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Last Week on KATG Bianca, Rod, and Karen wrap-up the week

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Old 07-25-2022, 07:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rod and Karen are ready to recap the last week of KATG shows. They discuss which guests were assholes, Space, The Gray Man, Cheaters, Craig's Photoshop skills being cap, Bianca's hair bussin', Newsy pushing P, Keith wanting the smoke with Craig, and so much more.

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Anyone else suffer through Scott Weiland's 12 Bar Blues? Tracks 2 and 3 is what I was thinking. "Yeah ... I guess, ok?" That cost a paycheck.
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I really try to know some new music. New for me: not older than 5 years old.
I am not an expert for sure but I could name some current stuff. Good enough.
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You voted No, right?
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You voted No, right?
I'm better than most of my generation so I think its a yes.
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What I always say about hair, when I was growing up I was told that straight hair was unacceptable for a woman and that men hated straight hair.
My mother did very aggressive perms.
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But seriously how good is Scott Weiland's Barbarella
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PLEASE DON'T MAKE ME DEFEND CRAIG AND SPACE!!! I mean, come on! I don't wanna.
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What I always say about hair, when I was growing up I was told that straight hair was unacceptable for a woman and that men hated straight hair.
My mother did very aggressive perms.
Depends on the culture.

I would say straight hair was more wanted in recent history, at least in North America. For people of colour, it was a way to get less comments about their hair or to feel more like they're a part of Western culture. Racism was definitely a part of it.

A lot of these people (this includes so many different cultures) have beautiful curly hair and newer generations are now learning how to maintain everything. I have friends who are trying to get their parents to work on their hair more but the curly hair = ugly and umkept is so ingrained.
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Depends on the culture.

I would say straight hair was more wanted in recent history, at least in North America. For people of colour, it was a way to get less comments about their hair or to feel more like they're a part of Western culture. Racism was definitely a part of it.

A lot of these people (this includes so many different cultures) have beautiful curly hair and newer generations are now learning how to maintain everything. I have friends who are trying to get their parents to work on their hair more but the curly hair = ugly and umkept is so ingrained.
Absolutely it depends on the culture.
I grew up in Eastern Europe with 0 people of color, literally 0.
But this was my experience. I was told that my natural hair was not not good enough and I needed to change it if I wanted approval from society.
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