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View Poll Results: Do you believe in vaccinations?
Yes, they are helpful 54 100.00%
No, they do more harm than good 0 0%
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Old 02-13-2019, 05:04 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Now Keith made me listen to " the joke".
Its very good and I am crying a little.
Yes, I shed a tiny tear, the next thing I know I’ve got Carly Simon on repeat on Spotify.
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Old 02-14-2019, 01:11 AM   #22 (permalink)
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90 ties hip hop? Are trying to get with Chemda?
Of course, why aren't you?
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Old 02-14-2019, 08:14 AM   #23 (permalink)
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Country Chemda would be awesome, if anything because it would probably cause another Kevin D call-in.

The Grammy segment was amazing, you guys sounded so old. Keith crapping over all of the hiphop tracks was to be expected but it made me laugh.
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Creep? Yep, she's killed that too.

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I'd never heard it before Keith played it, I mostly listen to 90s hip-hop, but yeah, POWERFUL. Suuuuuuper Thom Yorke "Creep"/Bends-era vocals in parts, in a good way.
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"This is America" music video is specifically referencing being black in America, not just American violence. Black people should be here for our entertainment, white people like their smiling gospel faces and when they sing and dance like minstrels, but stand by and watch them all get shot at and chased by police and just carry on with our day. There's loads of thinkpieces about the music video that go through all of the references. (e.g.https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...=.2a804eec594a)
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Lots of people who are anti Vaccination think that BIG Pharma wants them to get vaccinated to make BIG Money.
I work for BIG Pharma. The money isnít in vaccinations.
They are old and can hardly be improved, because they are so good.
You make money of inventions you can trademark, and you make the BIG money in the first 12 to 15 years of a product.
Tho then anti vaxxers think thatís why they come out with new vaccines, like for shingles and hpv.
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Oh, nice.

Yeah, you can hear it in some of her phrasing in The Joke she's clearly a massive fan of Radiohead, or at least of those first few albums.
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Tho then anti vaxxers think that’s why they come out with new vaccines, like for shingles and hpv.


They should at least use the old school vaccines then.
That’s a good start. You know, the ones against diseases that kill little children.

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Country Chemda would be awesome, if anything because it would probably cause another Kevin D call-in.

The Grammy segment was amazing, you guys sounded so old. Keith crapping over all of the hiphop tracks was to be expected but it made me laugh.
I think it’s normal to be stuck on the music on someone’s youth.
But it’s worth it to check new stuff out.
I’m always happy to listen to music of this millennium at least.

I like Kendrick Lamar and childish Gambino.
But I never understood the appeal of Drake. Oh, well.
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I think it’s normal to be stuck on the music on someone’s youth.
But it’s worth it to check new stuff out.
I’m always happy to listen to music of this millennium at least.

I like Kendrick Lamar and childish Gambino.
But I never understood the appeal of Drake. Oh, well.
Word sister. I saw Anderson Paak live about three weeks ago. Saw Vince Staples this time last year. Both shows were aces babillion.

Every generation brings its share of gold among the dirt, you just gotta have what it takes to dig.

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