that the u.s. government is above
assassinating murdering silencing people?
If the police had that mentality there would be no show called ‘The First 48’, jackasses.I have no idea what that is, though.
Did I really just get contacted by someone in the Hastings family?
That Free Iran shirt. Revolutionary radical aesthetics brought to you by American Apparel. So hardcore and cool.
it’s disgusting that they’re marketing support for Iran as hip and trendy. And yet the biggest issue Americans care about right now is the fact that Lil Wayne maybe (probably) intentionally trampled an American flag.
Common Sense, the Anti-Federalist Papers and the Federalist Papers were all written anonymously. Ben Franklin trolled people with a number of pseudonyms, most famously Silence Dogood. The men in the Boston Tea Party dressed like Indians to stay anonymous.
One of my favorite examples is Silence Dogood, a middle-aged widow who wrote 14 letters to the New England Courant in the 1720s with general observations on Colonial life and commentary on politics. Later it was discovered that Ms. Dogood was in fact the 16-year-old Benjamin Franklin, who was unable to get his letters published under his own name (much to the disappointment of the men who wrote in to the paper offering to marry the verbose widow).
I am not a fan of Kesha’s music. It’s not my thing but after seeing that post about autotune I have to laugh.
Voice distortion in music is nothing new. Industrial bands have been doing it for awhile.
Old rap and hip-hop songs use voice distortion as well as metal and rock.
Autotune is just a variation of what has been around for quite sometime.
Yeah, I am not an autotune hater.
I love Ke$ha. Other than that, I agree with this post
In metal and in rap it has usually been to add emphasis, not falsify emotion. Can no one ever say enough is enough?
You should listen to my buddy Paul Engemann.