Does anyone ever?
Does anyone ever?
You are insufferably ignorant.
Nope. But you are profoundly stupid.
You are confusing a Yoko Ono song for a historical reality. Why not try to empathize with people when they say something you do hurts them rather than pontificate on your false equivalency. Here’s some words for you: fucking asshole.
If you are allowing “they” as a singular pronoun, it should have a singular verb. Even the most permissive grammarians would tell you her syntax is incorrect.
*Populace. He was entitled to have his beliefs. But spending millions to impose them on civil society in a bid to prevent other Americans from having the rights he possessed? That makes him a villain. At least, now that he’s dead, all of his closeted descendants can come out and have better lives.
Whether he ends up in heaven for his good works or hell for his evil ones, he’s going to be so pissed to have to spend eternity with homosexuals.
Populace. And no one is mad about his beliefs. He was entitled to them. It was the way he tried to force those beliefs on civil society, and prevent some people from having the rights he had.
Oh sweet schadenfreude! Vanish into oblivion, you pathetic loser and all your sad, sad fans.
Because politicians have done such a bang-up job resolving this conflict. Who said he ignored anything. He is visiting both sides and making a plea for peace. Only in the most cynical and Manichean point of view could that be a bad thing. They are all human beings, and they’ve all done horrible things to each other.
Except that they didn’t use the picture. Not so good with the reading comprehension, are you?
This would be a good point, if he had made that claim. Reading comprehension before criticism.
Buzzfeed, it might be a good idea to point out that that .03% statistic is from a satirical article. Although the website name is a pretty good clue. But come on, don’t be that guy.
Funkmaster Flex is only famous in New York? Maybe among this lousy Millennial generation. But dude had four gold albums, and was the biggest DJ in the country for a good stretch.
For the record, Jean Grae has been in the game since well before the early 2000s. Her original group, Natural Resource, was dropping singles and killing live shows throughout New York and beyond since the mid-90s. I remember, because What? What? was my dream girl back then.
Blah. Despite the half dozen great books in this list, this is garbage. In your 20s you should be reading great books, not zeitgeisty crap. I don’t think the authors of 90% of these would even suggest that they were books that “need” to be read.
I’m not being elitist, I just grew up in North Jersey and know where the pulse was. Half these groups aren’t from NJ, almost all of the others are from South Jersey (except WI/FS and Lauryn Hill), and NJ isn’t all white and rock and roll. As far as people from Jersey, writing songs about Jersey, beloved in Jersey, if the list goes past Springsteen and Bon Jovi, it has to include Redman or it’s bogus.
What guy is that?
Weak. Bouncing Souls, really?
Where’s Redman, the Artifacts, Lords of the Underground, the Outsidaz?
Respect to Bruce Springsteen, but the rest of the real spirit of New Jersey comes from the Bricks.