topic #2 [that white dotted line]
Sometimes you listen to a song but dont really 'listen' to it. I mean yeah, you hear it but are you focusing in on the vocalists pitch or how many counts the backround drum beat has? Of course not. Us, we, being the most sluggish yet petty creatures this universe has every seen do not have the time to listen to the little things. Do you really expect a 30 year old single mother with 2 jobs (one to support her whinny ass kids and the other to support her special habits that let her escape what the 1st job supports) to sit down for a minut 3 minute song with a repeating chorus? Hell, shed prefere to be grocery shopping or sleeping with the many men she meets at the out of town bar where she goes so her perfect neighbors wont look down upon her hard work. But, yes, music is such an important aspect of our society. Stirring so many different kinds of emotions around in our nonextensive minds that the people who know people want to link it with violence and "bad" behavior. Yes, truthfully speaking music does in fact make some people feel a certain way but to take away or edit the lyrics of a song is going about it the wrong way. Maybe you would like to filter your small children about such topics as sex, drugs, and violence, the whole bit, but for our generation; we deserve to hear whats being said i say. We deserve the chance to choose for ourselves what is right and wrong. Now this might seem like a tired out tantrum but please, be considerate. This is not factual information from an amazing source but from my overworked brain itself. Im just, simply, putting these ideas out into the open for your minds to consume rather than be sheltered from our shithole of a civilization. To be strong is to survive but they never tell you that it must be not physically strong but mentally and emotionally. That, my friends, is key.