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  1. May 29,  · If you can't discuss politics without getting angry then this is not for you. All regular board rules apply. Please respect each others opinion.
  2. Politics Principles Private Public The Democrats are the party that says government will make you smarter, taller, richer, and remove the crabgrass on your lawn. The Republicans are the party that says government doesn't work and then they get elected and prove it.
  3. May 04,  · Pop culture will probably always mirror the divides playing out in society. But when social divides are more massive than they’ve been in generations, does all our .
  4. SEVEN MINUTES OF NAUSEA “Thrash culture as bora” LP+CD and NOISE / BIXERA Split 7″ are both up for preorders. The official release date is scheduled for March 24th More in detail: SEVEN MINUTES OF NAUSEA “Thrash culture as bora” LP+CD (F.O.A.D. ).
  5. Black vinyl limited to Radioactive sign red/black vinyl limited to ===== SEVEN MINUTES OF NAUSEA “Our conscience will not acclimatise” LP+CD (F.O.A.D. ) Second chapter in F.O.A.D.‘s annihilating mission to re-issue all the early 7MON material enriched by an incredible amount of rare and unreleased recordings.
  6. Our Culture Is Boring, an EP by Seven Minutes of Nausea. Released in on TNT (catalog no. TNT&R 22/02; Vinyl 7"). Genres: Noisecore/5(4).
  7. Apr 27,  · As America heads into one of its most fractious election seasons ever, artists are lining up on both sides of the aisle to support their candidate of choice. Endorsing politicians is not new, but.
  8. Feb 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Orange Vinyl release of Our Culture Is Boring on Discogs. Label: TNT & Records - TNT&R 22/02 • Format: Vinyl 7 Seven Minutes Of Nausea - Our Culture Is Boring (, Orange, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(19).
  9. Sep 18,  · Getty Image. It’s something that happens at least once an election cycle. A politician uses a song to hype up the crowd at a campaign event, the artist catches word of it, and then publicly.

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