Rock N Roll is the Tool of the Devil

Friday, October 07, 2005

Processed cheese with every other phrase of every other hook ending in the word Love. What rhymes with love? Let me count the ways, fifty years of rock and nothing more to show for it than a headache and a mullet. The entire industry stinks to high heaven. The avril lavignes the Ricky Martins and all the bastard children of Elvis and Mama Cass. The family tree is rotten. The music spoonfed through radio and media. A blitzkrieg upon our sanity. Corporate power defiles the most inviolable and sacrosanct realm of human existence our ability to choose. We are no longer free to make our own decisions. It is necessary to obey our masters. We are slaves and we whistle while we toil. We may never know how it got to be this bad or how much worse it will be before the glass house is shattered. Rock n ROll is a tool of the devil, they were right and we did not listen. Children are being babysat by spice girls and fox news. Welcome to civilization, here is your T-shirt and blue jeans just please try to fit in and dont talk crazy.

5 comments:

Darth Forehand said...

I like Fox News. I makes it easier for me to understand why exactly I hate those towelheaded sandniggers, it explains why liberal is a four-letter word (instead of the founding basis of every single point in the American Constitution), and, at the end of a twelve hour shift of shoveling leaves out of the trunk of my '76 Mustang on blocks in my front yard, it tells me why I don't really have to worry about what's going on in the White House because better men than me are making sure no-one messes with Texas. I DARE you to write a longer sentence than that.

thedeviluno said...

Allow me to introduce you to some style. Use a comma after the first independent clause when you link two independent clauses with one of the following coordinating conjunctions: and, but, for, or, nor, so, yet. A comma seperates a juxtaposition of thoughts like apples, oranges, tree groves and used correctly adds a more concise element to our language. Use a semicolon when you link two independent clauses with no connecting words.For example: You suck at writing; you have much to learn.You can also use a semicolon when you join two independent clauses together with one of the following conjunctive adverbs (adverbs that join independent clauses): however, moreover, therefore, consequently, otherwise, nevertheless, thus, etc. For example: Sucky sentances can infer low intelligence; however, animals can be trained.

B said...

"god gave rock n roll to you"

Darth Forehand said...
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Carrie said...

yes yes it is.