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Old 02-17-2015, 08:06 PM   #16
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Nice cryptic messaging and obscure threats for people who have no idea what you are talking about.
Well, I wasn't threatening anyone, for starters. I was ignoring the rehashed bickering match you choose to partake in with CoBL on a regular basis, and pointing out that there is a much funnier Youtube channel out there that does something similar, that some might enjoy, but I don't watch it as much as LemonMelon does, so he would be able to point out what the funniest videos from it are, better than I could.
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Fair enough about the misogyny (although remember there are millions of female hip-hop fans too) but the rest of your post shows a fundamental misunderstanding of the genre. Just admit that. Or stop talking about it. Or if you're going to keep talking about it, don't get shitty when other people call you out on it. Simple.
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pointing out that there is a much funnier Youtube channel out there that does something similar, that some might enjoy, but I don't watch it as much as LemonMelon does, so he would be able to point out what the funniest videos from it are, better than I could.

Which took me two seconds to figure out.
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Tons of misogyny in rock, country, pop, etc. As far as "tacky" clothing, also tons of it in every genre.

I personally don't enjoy much EDM or Country, but I don't put the genres down.
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Fair enough about the misogyny (although remember there are millions of female hip-hop fans too) but the rest of your post shows a fundamental misunderstanding of the genre. Just admit that. Or stop talking about it. Or if you're going to keep talking about it, don't get shitty when other people call you out on it. Simple.
Those women who listen to music that allow themselves to be sexualized, name called and used as a bartering tool should have a serious conversation with themselves and their self-worth. Obviously I don't have a fundamental misunderstanding of the genre because the very reputation hip-hop has fostered for itself is the reason for it's criticisms.
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I'm going to go and talk with a brick wall instead. Thank you for your time.
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Those women who listen to music that allow themselves to be sexualized, name called and used a bartering tool should have a serious conversation with themselves and their self-worth. Obviously I don't have a fundamental misunderstanding of the genre because the very reputation hip-hop has fostered for itself is the reason for it's criticisms.

You should probably stop listening to rock music then.
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Hey Ashley.

Hey, what's up?

I think it's time we have a serious conversation.

What about?

This hippity hop that you've been listening to.

Oh, that, yeah...

Well, I think it's maybe time you stop doing that.

Why?

It's misogynistic.

Yeah, yeah, I know. It does bug me from time to time.

Well, clearly you are allowing yourself to be sexualized, name called and used a a bartering tool.

Well, I mean, I do try to voice my opinion when I like an artist, but find the lyrics a little hard to swallow.

That's not good enough, Ashley. Do you realize what you're letting your ears here?

Yeah, but, I mean...it could be worse.

Oh, how?

I could be one of the millions of women reading and watching 50 Shades of Grey and just accepting abuse as love?

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Tons of misogyny in rock, country, pop, etc. As far as "tacky" clothing, also tons of it in every genre.

I personally don't enjoy much EDM or Country, but I don't put the genres down.
Agreed, which is why I stay away from misogynistic songs and artists in the rock space too. Jazz, Soul and Classical are very uplifting to the mind and spirit and speak to the betterment of society rather than tearing it down (I'm starting to feel like Bono giving one of his speeches here )
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Hey Ashley.

Hey, what's up?

I think it's time we have a serious conversation.

What about?

This hippity hop that you've been listening to.

Oh, that, yeah...

Well, I think it's maybe time you stop doing that.

Why?

It's misogynistic.

Yeah, yeah, I know. It does bug me from time to time.

Well, clearly you are allowing yourself to be sexualized, name called and used a a bartering tool.

Well, I mean, I do try to voice my opinion when I like an artist, but find the lyrics a little hard to swallow.

That's not good enough, Ashley. Do you realize what you're letting your ears here?

Yeah, but, I mean...it could be worse.

Oh, how?

I could be one of the millions of women reading and watching 50 Shades of Grey and just accepting abuse as love?

I have to say that was funny. I really mean it and I love the way you put "50 Shades Of Grey" at the end I agree with your thoughts on abuse as love too.
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To face a world of men
Timid and shy and scared are you
Of things beyond your ken

You need someone
Older and wiser
Telling you what to do
I am 17 going on 18
I'll take care of you
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Hey Ashley.

Hey, what's up?

I think it's time we have a serious conversation.

What about?

This hippity hop that you've been listening to.

Oh, that, yeah...

Well, I think it's maybe time you stop doing that.

Why?

It's misogynistic.

Yeah, yeah, I know. It does bug me from time to time.

Well, clearly you are allowing yourself to be sexualized, name called and used a a bartering tool.

Well, I mean, I do try to voice my opinion when I like an artist, but find the lyrics a little hard to swallow.

That's not good enough, Ashley. Do you realize what you're letting your ears here?

Yeah, but, I mean...it could be worse.

Oh, how?

I could be one of the millions of women reading and watching 50 Shades of Grey and just accepting abuse as love?



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Agreed, which is why I stay away from misogynistic songs and artists in the rock space too. Jazz, Soul and Classical are very uplifting to the mind and spirit and speak to the betterment of society rather than tearing it down (I'm starting to feel like Bono giving one of his speeches here )
Try not to fall off that high horse, now.
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Try not to fall off that high horse, now.
I'll do that, but by choosing to listen to positive music instead of negative I am hardly on a high horse. I mean seriously, we are only discussing music not life style choices, politics or the ethics of child rearing
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