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Then, after her planned career as a reality star was hampered by the fact that she is incredibly, narcoleptically dull, she retired from public life.
Compared to today's digital news output, 24 hour cable news seems almost narcoleptically relaxed.
Low-key but less narcoleptically mellow than 1971's sleepy Future Games, Bare Trees is a singer / songwriter album in the traditional early-'70s style, backed up with just enough musical muscle to keep from sounding like weedy soft rock in the manner of Bread or Cat Stevens.
Laurie Anderson's new performance project "Homeland" is by turns insightful and facile, engaging and narcoleptically dull.