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Discussion in 'Political Issues' started by Ramjet38, Jul 4, 2020.
I saw Ted play the Star Spangled Banner and it was awesome!
and double Yes.
They are all the successful ones, i.e. the rare fortunate ones in the music biz who make it big, like the one Pachinko ball that falls down the big money slot. (look up pachinko if you don't know what I'm talking about) They hit the lottery. While 9,999 other musicians struggle, starve, and give up for more everyday lives, the few who win the game just ride on the surf of success, never needing to really grow up. Yes, I know the music biz is hard work, the touring, the forcing yourself to get out of bed after a bunch of booze and drugs, the rehab. And perhaps Neil Young knew some financially hard times as a very young man, when he had no liabilities or responsibilities and was surrounded by other wastoid hippies in the same circumstance. But working 5 or 6 days a week, paying utility bills and car payments and mortgage payments and property taxes and life insurance all on a regular wage ... no Neil Young has no idea what that is. Nor any other "rock star." So they're free to "Imagine" the whole world living like they do, without a care in the world and everything effortlessly provided, and wonder why those conservative bastards can't just let paradise happen.
No, you're just breaking the stupidity world record.
... and another troll bites the dust ...
And another one gone, another one gone, another troll bites the dust.
I don't think I've ever had to put this many people on ignore before. TDS is a sickness indeed.
I'm butthurt about it too, that song sucks. Trump should've picked something better.
Take your crappy music and move back to Canada, eh.
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