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May 09, 2013


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People ARE aware Ms. Adkins can't be president, right?


Lady GaGa scares before being scared.
i love it ;)


You know that Adele is British and Bieber Canadian don't you? They'd be ineligible to be your President anyway. lol


well i dont give a fuck


Oh yeah, great poll... 60% over 45, and 71% white. Exactly who you want answering questions about top 40 and pop music: Old white people.

Charles M

Buckley: The United States is 72% white and the median age is 36.8 years, so yes, that's exactly who you'd want answering questions about popular music.

Racist and ageist much, or just innumerate?


I am surprised by how many people chose country, which was more popular than rock and metal, which I listen to. My favorite styles of music are hard rock, heavy metal, alternative rock, and smooth jazz, because they emphasize the vocal and instrumental ability of the musicians. My least favorite are country and gangsta rap, though old-school hip-hop from the late '80s and early '90s is occasionally funny to listen to.

I will have to rebel against other white males and demote Justin Timberlake to Vice President. Since Lady Gaga is pro-gay rights and pro-capitalist enough to make a decent amount of money for herself, she is not far removed from the Randian libertarian we need for actual President of our country. Maybe when she gets elected, she can change her name to Lady Dagny or Lady Dominique? [from The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged]

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