Railing against hunger on the Holiday Train

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  • Updated: December 15, 2013 - 9:51 AM

“It’s cold here!” singer Sheryl Crow shouted from the stage as she welcomed up to 15,000 people to a concert stop by the Canadian Pacific Holiday Train in Cottage Grove Saturday night. Jubilant fans of all ages, some bundled in snowsuits and waving glow sticks, cheered, huddled together and sometimes took refuge in shuttle buses during the free outdoor concert, which also featured Take 6 and the Claytones.

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railroadDec. 15, 1311:18 AM

Good Old CP.. trying to come across as if they care.. the bottom line is all they care about.. Ask their employees who they are treated at work everyday? Most employees hate working there and if there were more jobs available, I am sure they would leave. Worked there for 38 years and hated every minute of it. So glad to have left.

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basia2186Dec. 15, 1312:16 PM

If Ms. Crow gave away 50% of her assets to the poor I would believe she gave a hoot. Why do progressives want everyone else to pay? Fundraisers? Concerts? Let's see Mr. Bono and Ms. Crow actually feel some financial pain.

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rayk1800Dec. 15, 13 4:41 PM

Why should Crow give away her assets that she worked for. That's hilarious.

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