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Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments


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Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

After a week of police brutality against citizens peacefully protesting state-sponsored violence against black Americans, it’s difficult to envision progress for this country. Our president’s dystopian church photo opp would almost be too on the nose if this were a movie. But change must come, and the fortitude we’ve seen in the streets — and…

Shut Up, Dude: This Week’s Best And Worst Comments

After a week of police brutality against citizens peacefully protesting state-sponsored violence against black Americans, it’s difficult to envision progress for this country. Our president’s dystopian church photo opp would almost be too on the nose if this were a movie. But change must come, and the fortitude we’ve seen in the streets — and yes, even on social media — will help us get there. These sites to donate and educate yourself are a good place to start.

Your comments from a heated week of political discourse are below. Thank you guys for not forcing me to ban anyone.

THIS WEEK’S 10 HIGHEST RATED COMMENTS

#8  Chris DeVille
Score:59 | Jun 4th

To clarify for those that care, this was gonna be a PE, but as a result of many factors too tiresome to unpack, it’s our first ever Album Of The Week published on a Thursday

Posted in: Album Of The Week: Run The Jewels RTJ4
#2  jackunderscore
Score:84 | Jun 2nd

Fuck the police, fuck the president, fuck anybody on the side of white supremacy.

Posted in: YG – “FTP”

THIS WEEK’S 5 LOWEST RATED COMMENTS

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#3  Dog Pope
Score:-33 | May 29th

“I Love Rock & Roll” is horrible. Joan Jett is horrible. That she’s in the HOF while Steppenwolf, Grand Funk, and BOC are not is a travesty.

“We Got the Beat” is horrible. It sounds like a Doodlebops reject. The GoGos couldn’t write a song to save their lives.

This feature and its comment section often reminds me of the Simpson’s Superbowl Halftime show, “Hooray For Everything!’

Posted in: The Number Ones: Joan Jett And The Blackhearts’ “I Love Rock ‘N Roll”
#2  Warfarin
Score:-35 | Jun 1st

“I’m still learning the nuances of all this. I’m still working out how to practise activism while refraining from social media”


Lorde thinks so so much about how to be the wokestly possible in every sitation she eventually ends up doing nothing.


I’m being corrosive and I will be downvoted, but I don’t like this woke-policing of other celebrities, it’s off-puting.


And i’ve seen her live show. She spends most of the time fake-crying and thanking the audience, trying to pass it as a spontaneous emotional experience when it’s clearly not. It was too girly and boring, coming from someone who actually liked the album.

Posted in: Lorde Addresses George Floyd Protests, “Performative Activism” In Rare Statement

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