Resistance to Bieber is futile...

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  1. Gunny

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    Submitted for your approval:

    http://slumz.boxden.com/f87/steve-s...t-eminem-justin-bieber-didnt-win-big-1499053/


    Interesting conclusions drawn from this article by a supposed 'record exec':

    1- Marshall Mathers is today's Bob Dylan.
    2- McDonald's is the finest of culinary offerings due to it's volume of sales.
    3- The listening habits and musical tastes of Boomers and Tweeners is completely irrelevant and should be totally ignored by the voting commission.
    4- Micheal Jackson's Thriller was less of a musical excursion than it was a turning point in America's cultural growth.


    Please take a moment to point and laugh.
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  3. Deuce Wayne

    Deuce Wayne Damnit, I cant find my driving moccasins anywhere!

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    I can tell you what it looks like to be stabbed 5 times.

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    In my hood, they couldn't afford bullets.
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    Laughing..
    Writing a letter in regard to who won or lost at The Grammy's - no matter who it is, is just plain silly. Always thought The Grammys were self-gratifying BS anyway. An industry awards ceremony awarding itself for successfully gimmicking the public? Music is too personal for any of that crap to really mean anything anyway.
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    One can always use the "Winchester Cathedral" defense when arguing the validity of the Grammys. I'm thinking this guy doesn't know about it.
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  7. RavensShallBurn

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    So was CSI entertaining at one point?

    I was 13 (2002) when I remember watching it, so I wouldn't know.
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