I take it you've rolleyed this because besides today being the great 79th anniversary of drive-in theaters, its also a good day to remember D-Day... that kinda sorta important day that had a few things happen back in it back on June 6, 1944.
The show opened with Jean Michel Jarre (electronic space rock). First on stage was Bob Welch (with a crack back-up band lifted from Pat Travers Band at the time (Pat Thrall and Tommy Aldridge, if I remember right), then Dave Mason, Santana, Heart, Nugent (had what they called a heat stroke, but having watched a boot video about a year after the concert, if that wasn't an overdose on speed or coke, I'm not breathing now), Foreigner (first American tour, played a lot of stuff off there yet-to-be-released Double Vision album, which would go on to be the best selling album of that year), Aerosmith and then came Rubicon and Frank Marino and Mahogany Rush.
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The NY Times is attempting their very own Woodward and Bernstein moment today with a new poll that suggests the opinion of SCOTUS is at an all time low. You can find the article at Memorandum if you care to read how they are paving the way for an Obamacare failure: Marginalize the court.
Then give this a read. Maybe the Times should have as well. Often the reasons for a low approval arent what we might expect. And according to this 42% was the most recent low in 2005.