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Winners & Losers 12/29/11

The Winners & Losers cubicle in the South Palafox branch of the IN media, entertainment and world domination mega-empire spent its entire holiday gift budget on PBR and wasabi-flavored almonds, leaving nothing for those it skewers throughout the year. So the misfits decided to handout suggested playlists for area newsmakers. Cheapskates!

REV. NATHAN MONK, advocate for the homeless: Stairway to Heaven (Led Zeppelin), I Walk the Line (Johnny Cash), It’s Not Over (Daughtry), Don’t Stand So Close to Me (Police)

SAM HALL, Pensacola City Council President:  Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? (Chicago), Welcome To The Jungle (Guns N’ Roses), Let’s Stay Together (Al Green), Oops!…I Did It Again (Britney Spears), Everybody’s Talkin’ (Harry Nilsson)

DAVID MORGAN, Escambia County Sheriff: Desperado (Eagles), I Fought The Law, And The Law Won (Bobby Fuller), I Can’t Drive 55 (Sammy Hager), Breaking the Law (Judas Priest)

AL COBY, RUSTY WELLS, ROBERT PAYNE, THADDEUS COHEN, MARYANN STALCUP, former City of Pensacola administration: With Or Without You (U2), Go Your Own Way  (Fleetwood Mac), Gone Gone Gone, Done Moved On (Robert Plant, Alison Krause)

GENE VALENTINO, Escambia County Commissioner: Won’t Get Fooled Again (Who), Life Is A Highway (Tom Cochrane)

MALCOLM THOMAS, Escambia County Superintendent of Schools: Simple Math (Manchester Orchestra), Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana), Another Brick In The Wall (Pink Floyd), Price Tag (Jessie J), The Man Who Can’t Be Moved (Straight No Chaser)

MATT GAETZ, State Representative: Born To Run (Bruce Springsteen), Papa Don’t Preach (Madonna), Carry On Wayward Son (Kansas)

TONY HENDERSON, former Assistant Public Defender: Operator (Jim Croce), Call Me (Blondie)

CLAY INGRAM, State Representative: Smells Like Roses (Outkast), For All The Cows (Foo Fighters)

ASHTON HAYWARD, Mayor of Pensacola: You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet (BTO), Sharp Dressed Man (ZZ Top), My Generation (The Who), Moves Like Jagger (Maroon 5), Dog Days Are Over (Florence + The Machine)

DIANE MACK, former Pensacola City Councilwoman: What’s My Name? (Rihanna & Drake), I Am Woman (Helen Reddy), (I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction (Rolling Stones), Don’t You Forget About Me (Simple Minds)

GREG EVERS, State Senator: Janie’s Got A Gun (Aerosmith), Hillbilly Bone (Blake Shelton), I’m Gonna Get Me a Gun (Cat Stevens), As Good As I Once Was (Toby Keith), Lawyers, Guns and Money (Warren Zevon)