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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by mrmustard615 View Post

    And anyone who cares to post the American response, otherwise known as "We Are the World", Please feel free.
    yeah. i remember them playing that hourly on Mtv. we all used to drink beer and make fun of it at 1st. but then after the 1st thousand times,
    it ceased to be funny.
    "Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allan Poe.

  2. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by dale View Post
    yeah. i remember them playing that hourly on Mtv. we all used to drink beer and make fun of it at 1st. but then after the 1st thousand times,
    it ceased to be funny.

    Oh I could go on and on about some of the garbage that came out of MTV in the eighties. Strangely enough that was far superior to the shows they have on that network now.

    Stay tuned for another eighties classic tomorrow
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  3. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by mrmustard615 View Post

    And anyone who cares to post the American response, otherwise known as "We Are the World", Please feel free.
    lol. i'm gonna put this up because i have a story to this song. in the late 90s, i was an idiot. i mean, even much moreso than now.
    so i was in the pen for a few years for "conspiracy to manufacture" (whatever the hell that means). so i'm in plainfield pen, kind of a big
    pen. and so like they let us out of our cells every night to watch TV for a couple hours. about 100 idiots out in a TV room together.
    so it's superbowl sunday, and they tell us for some reason we won't be allowed out to watch the superbowl. i can't remember why.
    but anyway, the whole block erupts. idiots are yelling threats and obscenities at the guards out the food slots, throwing crap and trash
    at the guards out the food slots. it's REALLY LOUD. but this nice black dude in the cell next to mine starts singing "we are the world. we are
    the children. we are the ones that start a brighter day, so let's start givin....blah, blah". and i'm like...is this guy seriously over here singing
    "we are the world' during this crap? and i'm laughing at it. next thing i know, the guards crack his cell and drag him out and cuff him and
    take him to solitary. i'm like...oh my god. this place is in a near riot, people are throwing crap at you. yelling threats at you. yelling obscenities
    at you. and the only person you take to the hole is the guy singing "we are the world"? ha ha. i went into hysterical giggles for HOURS over that.
    i mean...it might not seem funny to anyone reading this, but it was hilarious to me that the guards considered that song being sung worse than
    all the obscenities and threats and garbage being thrown at them....

    "Man, you should have seen them kicking Edgar Allan Poe.

  4. #34
    It sure is funny to me, Dale
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    So you're the one who made me Google to find out who she was.
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  9. #39
    God I'm full of terrible songs, if it were up to me we'd listen to Phil Collins all day

  10. #40
    Dedicated to shedpog329

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