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YO BIG THE CAT I'LL SEE YOU IN HELL WITH YOUR DUMB LITTLE FROG
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doing a rain dance in traffic Mar 21 @ 10:54pm 
its fuckin nice out whos tryna chill smoke some loud feel me i got loud hit my line either dm me or hit my line bro i got loud im tryna smoke
lean salesman Mar 21 @ 8:44pm 
its fuckin nice out whos tryna chill smoke some loud feel me i got loud hit my line either dm me or hit my line bro i got loud im tryna smoke
I lost 3 games to this guy his name is asher, nicholas and it's because you cucked me. i will never loose tot htis guy if you don;'t fuckc me. i pay for your intenerrt nto for yur cuckernet. i wil lrestart rootuer now so stay goodd or else i am going to be really fucing mad rn
i like it when girls talk to me
Cult Of Nasim Aghdam Feb 2 @ 8:53pm 
In a sense, the Beatles are emblematic of the status of rock criticism as a whole: too much attention paid to commercial phenomena (be it grunge or U2) and too little to the merits of real musicians. If somebody composes the most divine music but no major label picks him up and sells him around the world, a lot of rock critics will ignore him. If a major label picks up a musician who is as stereotyped as can be but launches her or him worldwide, your average critic will waste rivers of ink on her or him. This is the sad status of rock criticism: rock critics are basically publicists working for major labels, distributors and record stores. They simply highlight what product the music business wants to make money from.
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