Life's little disappointments, parts 68-70: That punk rock turned Lynyrd Skynyrd into the punch line of a thousand bubba jokes; that the Replacements didn't split up after loony guitarist Bob Stinson left; and that Steve Earle forsook dope-shootin' and hell-raisin' for personal sobriety and "serious" art. (Okay, I'm kidding about that last one. Rock 'n' junkies' creative arc inevitably ends in flames. But sometimes -- damn, what an arc... More >>>