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Punk Bands Release Anti-Bush Protest CD
CNSNEWS.com ^ | 4/20/04 | Susan Jones

Posted on 04/20/2004 3:53:26 AM PDT by kattracks

(CNSNews.com) - A 26-song CD coming out on Tuesday urges punk music fans to "Rock Against Bush."

For the "especially low price of $8.98," those fans can hear various bands "uniting against a common enemy."

Three of the songs on the CD are titled "Moron," "Warbrain," and "No W." Others include "The School of Assassins" and "Sink, Florida, Sink."

According to the punk record label Fat Wreck Chords, which is releasing the CD, 17 of the 26 songs are "unreleased and exclusive," from bands including Social Distortion, NOFX, Ataris, Anti-Flag, New Found Glory, Alkaline Trio, Descendents, Ministry, and others.

A press release from Fat Wreck Chords said the goal of the "Rock Against Bush" project is to get the "crucially important" anti-Bush message to as many people as possible.

With that in mind, Fat Wreck Chords decided it was not enough to simply release a collection of protest songs. Therefore, the Rock Against Bush CD comes with a "bonus DVD that is packed with music videos and informative political content" from anti-Bush documentaries.

Those documentaries include "Unprecedented," which claims, "George W. Bush stole the presidency of the United States... and got away with it." Another documentary called 'Uncovered' tells the story of how "truth became the first American casualty in Iraq."

Al Jourgensen of Ministry said his band contributed to the protest CD as a "proactive expression of outrage against the 'evil-doings' being inflicted upon American citizens and citizens of other sovereign nations by the Bush Administration."

In the same press release, Justin Sane from the band Anti-Flag commented, "Our brothers and sisters of this human race are dying for George Bush's friends in corporate America who profit from the invasions of Iraq, Afghanistan, and the U.S. orchestrated coup in Haiti. This may not bother you now, but when someone you love is shipped off to Iraq to fight for greed, or you find your feet in a pair of army boots in the desert, it will."

The Fat Wreck Chords website urges punk fans to "Order Rock Against Bush comp and get a schweeet anti-Bush bumper sticker!"

The website also invites fans to "Hear some s*** from Rock Against Bush Vol. I !"

Volume II is still in the planning stages.


TOPICS: Culture/Society; Front Page News; News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: 2004election; agitprop; bushhassers; bushhaters; election2004; fatmike; indoctrination; kerryvoters; lovedclintonswars; music; politicalmusic; punkrock; sk8rock; skaterock; socialism; socialists; thisaintpunk
Another Air(head) America flop in the making.
1 posted on 04/20/2004 3:53:27 AM PDT by kattracks
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To: kattracks
26 tracks from a bunch of no talent assclowns.
2 posted on 04/20/2004 3:56:49 AM PDT by BigSkyFreeper (Liberalism is Communism one drink at a time. - P.J. O'Rourke)
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To: kattracks
And, just maybe, a thirteen year old will consider buying it.
3 posted on 04/20/2004 4:06:46 AM PDT by GodBlessUSA (Bush/Cheney 2004!)
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To: kattracks
The website also invites fans to "Hear some s*** from Rock Against Bush Vol. I !"

"S***" sounds correct.

4 posted on 04/20/2004 4:20:15 AM PDT by Rocko (GWB: "Release the pdb in pdf, asap and pdq; I'm tired of all this bs from the sobs @ the DNC.")
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To: kattracks
Punk?

They're about 25 years too late.
5 posted on 04/20/2004 4:27:19 AM PDT by PBRSTREETGANG
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To: kattracks
I actually know two of the guys in one of these bands quite well. Disappointed to see them on this loser list. But what do you expect from guys who sing songs about teen angst - in their 40's
6 posted on 04/20/2004 4:55:11 AM PDT by dagnabbit (Islamic Immigration is the West's Suicide)
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To: All
Nothing like no talent screaming musicians rockers putting out political cd's. Keep it up guys! Think what you will about the Woodstock crowd, but at least there music didn't make you feel like running as fast as you can to get ear plugs. Well maybe it did but I think you know what I mean.
7 posted on 04/20/2004 4:59:53 AM PDT by pepperhead (Kennedy's floats, Mary Jo's don't!)
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To: kattracks
I recommend that Kerry take advantage of this great opportunity and get his picture taken with these stalwart, patriotic, clean-cut, all-American types (snicker). Rodents For Kerry!
8 posted on 04/20/2004 5:05:08 AM PDT by driftless ( For life-long happiness, learn how to play the accordion.)
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To: BigSkyFreeper
26 tracks from a bunch of no talent assclowns.

I didn't see Michael Bolton listed in the article...

10 posted on 04/20/2004 5:37:31 AM PDT by RepoGirl
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To: dagnabbit
yeah, no kidding. decendants? social distortion? those guys are older than me. it still amazes me when i find out that everyone else in the world hasn't made the same transformation that i have. please guys, grow up!
11 posted on 04/20/2004 5:44:38 AM PDT by love n hate tattoo
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To: kattracks
Social Distortion, NOFX, Ataris, Anti-Flag, New Found Glory, Alkaline Trio, Descendents, Ministry

WHO??
12 posted on 04/20/2004 5:50:44 AM PDT by reagan_fanatic (So you're a feminist - isn't that cute!)
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To: kattracks; pookie18
This site was posted on FR just a few minutes ago....

http://www.conservativepunk.com/

Not all punk musicians are liberals......

13 posted on 04/20/2004 6:06:59 AM PDT by wbill
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To: dagnabbit
Are you refering to the band Ministry? They've been around a long time, since disco morphed into dance-techno.
14 posted on 04/20/2004 6:08:11 AM PDT by NewRomeTacitus
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To: kattracks
I'd also add that of the thousands of kids that buy this CD, only about six of them will vote.

Libs. All style, no substance.

15 posted on 04/20/2004 6:09:58 AM PDT by wbill
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To: kattracks
Who? The only band there I've heard of is Ministry which did the song "New World Order". Considering it was Bush sr that coined the pharase, I'm not suprised they are there.
16 posted on 04/20/2004 6:13:30 AM PDT by Dan from Michigan ("12 hours outta Mackinaw City, stopped at the bar to have a brew.....")
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To: kattracks
They realize as do most of us that after the November elections, President Bush will be vindicated by the serious trouncing Kerry got and they'll lose the BS stolen election issue forever. They have to make their dollars off of it now, while they still can.
17 posted on 04/20/2004 6:19:08 AM PDT by Hillarys Gate Cult (Proud member of the right wing extremist Neanderthals.)
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To: kattracks; labowski; LibertyGrrrl; marktuoni; itsamelman; Sam's Army; RepoGirl; Redcoat LI; ...

let me know if you want to be added to or removed from the ping list. blah blah blah...

18 posted on 04/20/2004 6:19:54 AM PDT by bc2 ("Stay well - Stay safe - Stay armed - Yorktown" - harpseal)
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To: love n hate tattoo
You have the same screen name as the name of the tattoo shop I work at here in Rochester NY.

http://lovehatetattoo.com

:-)
19 posted on 04/20/2004 6:23:21 AM PDT by bc2 ("Stay well - Stay safe - Stay armed - Yorktown" - harpseal)
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To: wbill
There is also the Christian band "Relient K" with my personal favorite "Pressing On" about the walk with Christ.

Relient K lyrics :: Pressing On


I think we're going somewhere.
We're on to something good here.
Out of mind, out of state.
Trying to keep my head on straight.
I think we're going somewhere.
We're on to something good here.
There's only one thing left to do.
Drop all I have and go with you.
[Chorus:]
Somewhere back there I left my worries all behind.
My problems fell out of the back of my mind.
We're going and I'm never knowing (never knowing) where we're going.
To go back to where I was would just be wrong.
I'm pressing on.
Pressing on, all my distress is going, going, gone. (pressing on, pressing on)
And I won't sit back, and take this anymore.
'Cause I'm done with that, I've got one foot out the door.
And to go back where I was would just be wrong
I'm pressing on.
I think we're going somewhere.
We're on to something good here.
Out of mind, out of state.
Trying to keep my head on straight.
I think we're going somewhere.
We're on to something good here.
Adversity, we get around it.
Searched for joy, in you I found it.
You look down on me, but you don't look down on me at all.
You smile and laugh, and I feel the love you have for me.
I think we're going somewhere.
We're on to something good here, and we're gonna make it after all.
 

20 posted on 04/20/2004 6:31:46 AM PDT by smith288 (Who would terrorists want for president? 60% say Kerry 25% say Bush... Who would you vote for?)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
Real interesting case, re: Al Jourgensen and Ministry.

You'd think he'd be more conservative, considering he and his mother came from Cuba in the early 60s (Jourgensen is his adoptive father's name.) But he's always been a virulent, angry, way-too-in-your-face liberal--he rails against the horrors of conformity and the collective--and yet he's the most dutiful, unquestioning worker bee in the hive. Me thinks he has serious daddy issues.

Big heroin user, too. Maybe it's not so ironic that so many of the left are such non-functioning scumbags. He made some good music, though.

21 posted on 04/20/2004 6:40:41 AM PDT by RepoGirl
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To: kattracks
It's the 21st-century version of Alice Cooper with a lard scoop of Michael Moore thrown in the chum bucket for good measure.
22 posted on 04/20/2004 6:44:05 AM PDT by Sender (Gorelick Knew!)
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To: bc2
cool! i got mine from a line in "death and glory", a song by the clash.
23 posted on 04/20/2004 6:44:59 AM PDT by love n hate tattoo
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To: wbill
Damn it!! Oh, well- I guess W is toast for sure, now.
24 posted on 04/20/2004 7:00:05 AM PDT by Right Angler
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To: kattracks
"The website also invites fans to "Hear some s*** from Rock Against Bush Vol. I !""

You gotta give them some credit for truth in advertising. The call themselves punks, and they call their product what it is.

25 posted on 04/20/2004 7:29:12 AM PDT by Montfort
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To: wbill
I'll see your site and raise you 2 more;

http://www.oldpunks.com/

http://www.punkvoterlies.blogspot.com/

26 posted on 04/20/2004 7:32:19 AM PDT by moni kerr (Lead, follow or get the hell out of the way)
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To: RepoGirl
What always killed me about the song 'New World Order' was the fact that Jourgensen was such a socialist so I would think he would have hopped on board that train not railed against it.... (puns intended)

Daddy issues = looking for a father figure = socialism

27 posted on 04/20/2004 1:54:46 PM PDT by BossLady (We are never being punished, only being taught......)
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To: RepoGirl
"Big heroin user, too."

Yeah, I got a clue seeing that video where they were shooting plates and stuff with William Burroughs ("Never trust a junkie"). On the upside, Ministry got a great cameo in Speilberg's "A.I." movie.

Sender said "It's the 21st-century version of Alice Cooper..."

I think this creature

owes this one

a lot of for gimmick infringement.

28 posted on 04/20/2004 3:12:31 PM PDT by NewRomeTacitus
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To: BossLady
Daddy issues = looking for a father figure = socialism

That's a good point. I've always noticed, and this is a completely unfounded theory, that many of the real knee-jerk socialists I've ever met have had really domineering fathers--hence they're always rebelling against this symbolic Big Daddy. There's a real resentment of authority, especially if it comes in the guise of a white male.

Again, completely unfounded--but it does make me wonder. It's the age old battle between the cools and the squares, kids. v. parents. Al J is just fighting for his right to par-tay... which is real sad, considering he's a fifty-plus year old man, but with all the emotional/psychological development of your average 10 month old.

It is ironic that he views conservativism (with its message of individualism, laisse faire economics, etc.) as so authoritarian and fascist, and yet he sees socialism as benevolent simply because he feels it's a system more sympathetic and supportive to his drug/fetish/whatever demons. I guess true freedom is too threataning to that poor bastid...<p. Land of Rape and Honey is a BRILLIANT disk, though. I guess you don't have to be a real brainiac in order to put out some smokin' industrial tracks.

29 posted on 04/20/2004 3:12:40 PM PDT by RepoGirl
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To: RepoGirl
I liked Ministry for quite awhile. AJ was innovative for his time.

I read an interesting book awhile back called 'Toxic Religion' and it basically made the point that people (more women than men)that have father issues often go from religion to religion looking for a 'father' or someone to take care of them. (Patriarchal religions were obviously the religions of choice) There was some scientific evidence as well as antecdotal information explaining why these people go to extremes to find some patriarchal solace. Interestingly, the different subjects in the book went from religions like Mormonism and extreme Christian religions to Scientology to converting to something like Islam. Women especially often married men who were domineering in conjunction with their search for a father.

The very notion of socialism is to have someone else take care of you so it would then, logically follow that someone searching for a 'father-figure' would gravitate toward such philosophies.

The bottom line is that is all has to do with fear. Fear of not being able to do something for yourself, to help yourself and/or to help others. Many of these 'searchers' were not taught by their mothers to do for themselves because they probably thought it was the 'man's' job therefore, the lesson was not taught to the child since there was not father around. A child growing up with this fear and idea about herself/himself will not be able to feel secure about any decisions they make in their lives. They want someone else to make the decisions for them. This insecurity keeps humans from being who they were meant to be....

(ok....I am falling off soap box now....;)

30 posted on 04/20/2004 3:34:00 PM PDT by BossLady (What do your choices cost you?)
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To: PBRSTREETGANG
Punk died with the Ramones.
31 posted on 04/20/2004 3:39:21 PM PDT by Delbert
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To: dagnabbit
"I actually know two of the guys in one of these bands quite well. Disappointed to see them on this loser list. But what do you expect from guys who sing songs about teen angst - in their 40's"

They are on the wrong path! The Anti-Nowhere League needs to get back together and show those guys the real thing! The ANL caused riots that helped Yugoslavia become "former", and screwed up a few other European cities as well.

Current punks are democrat silly putty whereas they should be anarchists.

32 posted on 04/20/2004 3:55:46 PM PDT by BobS
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To: NewRomeTacitus
Alice seems to be satisfied with simply making fun of what a loser copycat Manson is. The difference between the two is Alice knows it's an act and when to leave it behind to lead a quiet normal life, Marilyn doesn't, this lack of knowledge is probably shortening Marilyn's life which in the end will give Alice the last laugh.
33 posted on 04/20/2004 4:01:20 PM PDT by discostu (Brick urgently required, must be thick and well kept)
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To: kattracks
This is pretty much a who's who of mediocrity, which als goes some way to explain it. These bands are either has-beens or never-weres, and they're desperately hoping to get some attention by jumping on someone else's bandwagon.

Granted, Howard Dean's "Hate Bush" movement turned out to be pretty insignificant, but compared to the pathetic followings these bands have, Howard Dean was huge. They're just trying to make a buck off something a lot bigger than they are.

The only bands that can even be taken seriously here are the two has-beens, Social D and Ministry. But I've already heard the one song Social D has to offer and it was written by Johnny Cash. And last time I checked up on Ministry, ol' Al was singing something about "I love men."
34 posted on 04/20/2004 10:14:50 PM PDT by counterpunch (<-CLICK HERE for my CARTOONS)
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To: kattracks
this is NO suprise

Patriotic Metal Bands: Black Label Society,Iced Earth,Exodus,Metallica,Megadeth,Slayer (kinda)

35 posted on 04/20/2004 10:17:40 PM PDT by MetalHeadConservative35 (I may sound insane,truth is im just fed up there is a difference)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
I always felt that Marilyn Manson wanted to be this guy

36 posted on 04/20/2004 10:26:48 PM PDT by counterpunch (<-CLICK HERE for my CARTOONS)
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To: counterpunch
"Lovin'men?" Ick, hurl and give me a mint. Old Johnny was working with some far out people in his senility but I'll always love his presentation. Whatta waste.

Some band actually named themselves "Chomskey". Just when I hoped that bastard would throw in the towel some semi-literate musicians perpetuate his undeserving fame. There is no justice on this world. Just us.
37 posted on 04/21/2004 1:17:41 AM PDT by NewRomeTacitus (I don't need a psychiatrist. I vent, I get flamed, I learn.)
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To: NewRomeTacitus
Well, ok.. the song is actually "Isle of Man" and I think that is the only line in the song, repeated over and over.
But when you listen to it, it sound just like "I love men".
38 posted on 04/21/2004 3:38:28 AM PDT by counterpunch (<-CLICK HERE for my CARTOONS)
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To: kattracks
Punkvoter Lies

Anti-anti-flag.com

Conservative Punk.com

What a miserable failure the punk ass liberal punk sites attempt at domination have turned out to be.

Punk Rock is Dangerous
By Michale Graves - March 15, 2004

This leftist radical agenda seems to be resonating loudly from within pop culture and we are at war on many different levels. We face mass death brought to us from radical thinking people bent on a mission from God that will stop at nothing to destroy us. It's happening right now as you read this. It happened a couple of days ago in Spain. It will happen again here in this country probably to influence our election. It's happening right now. We could all die. You realize that, don't you? John Kerry will help the enemy kill all of us. He does not represent my idea of America.

What makes the idea of America so wonderful is the possibility of anything at all. That is how I imagine people from far away places felt when they watched us send a man into outer space and walk on the moon for the first time. We are the ideal. We are the utopia. We are closer to paradise then they could ever be. Closer then most realize. And they hate us for it.

I believe this is an age of extremism and in it teen angst is being used as a political tool. Columbine allowed everyone to see inside the actual depth of emptiness some kids feel, medicated or not, and what the outcome of that torture could be. Those two kids actions only scratched the surface of destruction children could inflict in this country if mislead into the world of the Democratic deceit machine led by John Kerry.

This leftist radical agenda seems to be resonating loudly from within pop culture and we are at war on many different levels. We face mass death brought to us from radical thinking people bent on a mission from God that will stop at nothing to destroy us. It's happening right now as you read this. It happened a couple of days ago in Spain. It will happen again here in this country probably to influence our election. It's happening right now. We could all die. You realize that, don't you? John Kerry will help the enemy kill all of us.

Punk voter is a neo shadow political organization backed by the Democratic party and its' special interest groups bent on removing at any cost what they have defined as a "Regime" who's leader to them is an "idiot son of an a**hole"?

See this country as you see yourself. Isn't that what America is? All of us? Isn't that what America represents? Isn't that how we should see ourselves? This country is a great idea whose possibilities are endless and subject to great success limited only to our collective imaginations, good will towards others and our willingness to work hard and sacrifice.

That is how I see The United States of America in which I would fight and if necessary give my life for with honor if ever given the opportunity to serve in uniform. Some won't truly know our freedom until it's gone. Think before you vote.

Email: Michael Graves (of the Misfits) Graves@ conservativepunk.com


39 posted on 04/24/2004 1:18:00 PM PDT by weegee (Maybe Urban Outfitters should sell t-shirts that say "Voting Democrat is for Old Dead People.")
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To: dagnabbit
REAL punk bands don't seem to subscribe to this ideology.

One must be reminded that being "fashionably political" has unfortunately become a cottage industry. There is much money to be made on the sale of left wing platitudes in the form of records, concerts, merchandise and just about anything else connected with "skateboard punk". This is disappointing on two fronts. Firstly the music suffers. When rock and roll takes itself too seriously, it looses the very "subversive" spirit that it attempts to embrace. It becomes devoid of wit and quite parochial. I find this ironic, for in THIS sense it even ceases to be "liberal". And secondly, how can kids be invited to seek understanding about various sides of an issue when they are compelled by this "edgy" muzak to take a stand...and a "it's hip to be angry" one at that! This brings to mind a quote from Winston Churchill--"If a man is not Liberal in his youth, he has no heart. If not Conservative when older, he has no brain." I'm here to help.



Leonard Phillips (lead singer of The Dickies) - Luzzit88@ earthlink.com
40 posted on 04/24/2004 1:20:50 PM PDT by weegee (Maybe Urban Outfitters should sell t-shirts that say "Voting Democrat is for Old Dead People.")
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To: kattracks
My 15 year old listens to punk but this is one cd that will not be in my home.
41 posted on 04/24/2004 1:22:46 PM PDT by LoudRepublicangirl (loudrepublicangirl)
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To: kattracks
If a 501(c)3 non-profit radio station (like Pacifica) plays this CD, have they committed tax fraud by engaging in a partisan political statement calling for the defeat of a specific candidate or party?
42 posted on 04/24/2004 1:39:34 PM PDT by weegee (Maybe Urban Outfitters should sell t-shirts that say "Voting Democrat is for Old Dead People.")
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To: BobS
Current punks are democrat silly putty whereas they should be anarchists.

"Anarchy" is not the solution. These are socialist-anarchists (plenty of books on the subject at looney leftists site AKpress.org

Punk came about as a counter to the politically correct hypocritical dictators in the hippy movement (counter-counter-culture).

It was somewhat apolitical (also being a musical revolution going back to simpler structured songs and a rejection of restrictions on content or musical ability; form a band and then learn to play).

The only thing the left has to sell is hatred of the Bush family. If this were 1933 it would be like telling us that Hitler is evil and that Stalin is nice "by comparison" yet when we look at the figures, Stalin killed millions more of his own people. Lesser of two evils is no choice and the left can run the Kerry Scampaign only by shielding from voters any details regarding their candidate.

43 posted on 04/24/2004 1:54:37 PM PDT by weegee (Maybe Urban Outfitters should sell t-shirts that say "Voting Democrat is for Old Dead People.")
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To: discostu
The difference between the two is Alice knows it's an act and when to leave it behind to lead a quiet normal life, Marilyn doesn't, this lack of knowledge is probably shortening Marilyn's life which in the end will give Alice the last laugh.

The difference is drugs; Alice gave them up long ago while Marilyn continues to get wired. Alice got freaked by his fans and mellowed out; Marilyn believes his own hype.

44 posted on 04/24/2004 1:56:38 PM PDT by weegee (Maybe Urban Outfitters should sell t-shirts that say "Voting Democrat is for Old Dead People.")
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To: counterpunch
I always felt that Marilyn Manson wanted to be this guy

Al Jourgenson, Trent Reznor, and Brian Warner (aka Marilyn Munster) ALL want to be this man:

Foetus aka Jim Thirwell aka Clint Ruin

...yet like many other innovators, he was overlooked while the immitators got chart success.

45 posted on 04/24/2004 2:05:39 PM PDT by weegee (Maybe Urban Outfitters should sell t-shirts that say "Voting Democrat is for Old Dead People.")
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To: weegee
ooh, Misfits --- I just listened to Metallica's cover of "Last Caress"--

"I got something to say,

I killed your baby today,

Doesn't matter much to me

As long as it's dead." :-)
46 posted on 04/24/2004 2:15:39 PM PDT by stands2reason ( During the cola wars, France was occupied by Pepsi for six months.)
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To: weegee
I disagree. It was a full-scale outdoor concert by the Anti-Nowhere League the sparked the riots in Yugoslavia beginning in Belgrade. You can't get much more socialist than that country was!
47 posted on 04/24/2004 4:46:13 PM PDT by BobS
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To: stands2reason
LOL. Such a pretty, uplifting song too. If you're a mass murderer.
I find a lot of songs like this. I like the music, but the lyrics really put me off sometimes.
48 posted on 04/24/2004 4:59:12 PM PDT by babaloo999 (Zionist troll since 2001)
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To: babaloo999
That line I fantasize singing to an abortion "doctor" every once in a while...
49 posted on 04/24/2004 5:09:31 PM PDT by stands2reason ( During the cola wars, France was occupied by Pepsi for six months.)
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To: bc2
It looks like I'm going to have to go home and toss out my Social D and NOFX records. No big loss . . .
50 posted on 04/29/2004 2:17:38 PM PDT by jktulsaok
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