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Does that make them any less responsible?

 0Posted on Jan 22nd | re: The Weeknd - "Earned It (Fifty Shades Of Grey)" Video (NSFW) (1 comments)

What I would like to know is, when The Weekend showed up for this and he saw dancers with tape x’s on their butt cheeks was he like “okay, yeah, I get this.” or was he like “WTF?”

 +6Posted on Jan 20th | re: Of Course Kid Rock Killed A Mountain Lion (22 comments)

And now there will be nothing to stop the Christmas Critters from bringing the son of The Dark Lord Satan into this world. Way to go, asshole.

 +4Posted on Jan 18th | re: R.I.P. ASAP Yams (15 comments)

Don’t do drugs.

 +4Posted on Jan 15th | re: Pink Floyd Albums From Worst To Best (115 comments)

This is an example of time distorting gravity. What do we mean by greatest? What has the best songs? What has the most lasting legacy? I think Dark Side’s accomplishments trump any other album on this list. It is arguably PF’s best musically and unquestionably their most influential. Jonathan decided the personal appeal with Barrett’s connection to Wish You Were Here outweighed anything Dark Side accomplished, I think anyone that isn’t a die hard fan of PF would have trouble agreeing. But whatever, it’s only a list.

 +3Posted on Jan 8th | re: Sia Apologizes For Pedophilia Overtones In Her New Video (44 comments)

Its not really much of an “apology”, per se. Not that she should apologize for people not understanding the video’s imagery, there is nothing objectively offensive here (It’s not a NIN video). Its really more of an explanation then a “sorry if you don’t get it.”

For the record, I liked this.

I actually think this is some pretty good story telling through dance. Good song too.

Sounds like you waste a lot of energy hating people you don’t even know.

 +5Posted on Dec 30th, 2014 | re: Listen To Lou Reed React To Hearing The Ramones For The First Time (9 comments)

It’s funny how much things change generationally. Nowadays the Ramones are practically considered pop. Back then with the look and the fast crunchy guitars, singing about nazis, they were really edgy.

it always reminds me of the opening scene of Reservoir Dogs, how hilarious it must have been to see a bunch of grown men, criminals, musing about the discography of Madonna. Today a lot of people think of Madonna as of the older generation so that scene is nearly as ridiculous as it was.