Fucking online chart

If anyone wasn’t sure that Billy Corgan would eventually turn into an obnoxious ass, this song’s title should have been a big tip-off.

What did the subject of this song do to inspire such hatred? Don’t you hate it when you’re planning a big “fuck you” speech in your head, and it just turns into a blast of incoherent vitriol? A hellish, destructive trip, where teens are your boss and you can get fired if you don’t pretend to care enough about another person’s shoes. Sometimes saying “Fuck You” is uncalled for, so think before you act, or you might end up overreacting like Lil Kim. But, that’s what you wanted, so here’s another one from Against All Authority.

Because the lack of competition in the internet access market let these companies act like predatory monopolies.

And because our government lacked the will or clarity to just say what everyone already knows: internet access is a utility.

Damageplan understands, and they’re harnessing that, because they’re a metal band. This sounds like something Pharrell would write for Gwen Stefani after Timbaland didn’t return a borrowed pair of BAPE socks. Getting all political on your asses, they really give it their all with vitriolic anti-government protests against your big brother under politician’s favorite genre of ska punk. Most of my friends call to say “Hello” or “Would you like to partake in some fun tonight.” The Queers called to say “Fuck You.” Look, I don’t know you guys, please stop calling. Rapper Atmosphere has a dependency problem to “Lucy,” an amalgamation of his ex-girlfriend, drugs and alcohol.

Don’t be fooled by the ‘2’ in the title, this ain’t a diss against the number (thank God! It’s more akin to receiving an AIM message from your lover saying you’re worthless—the only reasonable reaction is to write back, “Yeah, well so r u… And the only way to get over the conflicting pain and pleasure is to commit your thoughts to tape so you have a permanent record of yourself saying, “Fuck you! Walking towards their local courthouse, Methods of Mayhem are bringing their own proposition to the American people this election—“Proposition Fuck You!

In 2005, computer scientists David Mazières and Eddie Kohler created this highly profane ten-page paper as a joke, to send in replying to unwanted conference invitations.

” It’s got a few simple rules—stay away from their crew (fair), fuck the pigs (sure), and smoke weed (alright).

Oh, and also, Tommy Lee gets to do whatever he wants.

Splitting his time between LA and NYC Dill is well known as a mainstay of New York brand Supreme's marketing and editorials as well as working closely with the Vans Syndicate line.

'I constantly shoot myself in the foot from a business standpoint actually because I make it for sale but at the same time I don't want you to have it.

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