locustabortiontechnician
Locust Abortion Technician
locustabortiontechnician
Nov 30 2017
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Never said it gave me a pass. Never have used the word in anger or directed at another person, but again, we’re talking about song lyrics. This is not a terribly difficult concept to understand meaning and intent. You call me a racist. Fine, you’re entitled to your opinion. I think you’re a fascist who seeks to Read more

Nov 30 2017
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Yeah, sure. Dude that read Malcom’s autobiography twice, listens to Run The Jewelz, grew up with a majority of black friends, has dated women of every color, votes democrat his entire life, constantly reads Jezebel, the Root, etc, teaches his kids not to judge others by the color of their skin but by the merits of the Read more

Nov 29 2017
4

Dude, you need to chill the fuck out. I’m a sing the damn song the way I wanna sing the damn song and if your sensitive little soul is hurt by words written by someone else, sung and repeated by me because I enjoy the song and artist, then you can just suck it up and move on son. I got tons of respect for the artists Read more

Nov 29 2017
16

I don’t use that word, I find it offensive and hurtful just so we’re clear here. Singing along to a song that gets me going is another thing altogether. And you don’t get to choose what words people can say or use, you know, whole free speech thing. Likewise, none of us are free from the consequences of our use of Read more

Nov 29 2017
10

I’m not. Personally I probably wouldn’t do it in public either simply out of awareness of how someone could take it. But we need to pick and choose battles and shaming a bunch of models, who are known for their intellect right?, for singing along to a song seems a tad bit out there.

Nov 29 2017
19

It’s a word. In a song. Words only have meanings if you assign them meanings. We used to tell kids “I’m rubber, you’re glue”, now we tell them to violently shut up anyone they disagree with like Fascists.

Nov 29 2017
4

No, you are remarkably mistaken. I am demanding the opposite of censorship. And actually my friend, I was a part of that community for the first 20 years of my life, as I stated. I was literally the only white boy on my block. I was the black sheep, I dealt with the constant taunts of “cracker” and “peckerwood”. I had Read more

Nov 29 2017
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I would never call another person that word, but in the context of the song the word is different and music is more than that. Look man, I grew up in a black neighborhood, I was the only white boy on my block, went to mostly black schools my entire childhood and had mostly black friends. None of that would excuse me Read more

Nov 29 2017
2

Faux outrage over a pop song. A bad one at that. Sung by braindead models who probably couldn’t point out Africa on a map. Moronic.

Nov 29 2017
173

So when I’m getting down to my N.W.A. or Wu-Tang, which I’ve been listening to and singing along with for 20 damn years, you’re saying I can’t say the word that they say in the song? That’s ridiculous. It’s a song.

Nov 16 2017
11

I just don’t know what to say at this point. It seems our reality would have frightened the shit out of even Orwell and Huxley.

Nov 14 2017
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I worked for this terrible company as a manager for about 7 months in the first half of 2009 and a worse job I’ve never had. I must say, I was absolutely miserable. It was like an office space type scenario where anytime you screwed up you had 4 or 5 higher ups chastising you. Top that off with their horrible “would Read more

Nov 14 2017
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I worked for this terrible company as a manager for about 7 months in the first half of 2009 and a worse job I’ve never had. I must say, I was absolutely miserable. It was like an office space type scenario where anytime you screwed up you had 4 or 5 higher ups chastising you. Top that off with their horrible “would Read more

Nov 13 2017
1

Wasn’t this dude arrested after being caught in a garage with a 9 year old girl? If I recall the girl’s father was a Hell’s Angel and served Mike up some down home justice.