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I've been to this library. It's a great place to study at on the weekends.
Why is it so easy to cut the workers who keep the library in top condition, but not so easy to cut the salaries of high paying bureaucrats?
I see the same problem with the State Universities, where the jobs of people being paid as high as $900,000 in yearly salary to essentially exist are saved...while the jobs of janitors and Heating & Air Condition workers who keep the Universities and colleges from falling apart are cut.
Meanwhile there is $40 billion dollars in corporate wealth sitting in banks that have yet to be either taxed or put to use in the economy. Trickle-down my ascot.
The wealthy got their tax breaks over the last 30 or more years and guess what? They ain't spending it.
They sure as hell ain't even trying to donate some of it to help regular struggling working peoples. Even the robber barons of the gilded era had enough common sense to donate something to the peasants.
Because they knew that the consequences would be the Louis XVI/Marie Antoinette guillotine treatment. Why is the wealthy of this era so tone deaf to the suffering of common folks?
It's time that our country pull a FDR-style trust-bust on these Scroogey bastards and get that wealth moving back into the economy again.
fucking white people.
*looks down at skin*
Harlem Shake is by Baauer. Just because there is a heavy bass presence in the song does not make it dubstep.
On a related note, did Soulja Girl ever get around to "pressin charges?
The KSLA news team version was great. The white anchor man actually moves well.
The one on MARTA? Nope
Army version is well done, the KSLA (news report on it) crushes it as well.
@ G to the JR
The funniest&saddest part of most mainstream hip-hop/RB is people taking it seriously. R Kelly let everyone in on the inside joke.
Harlem Shake is one of the cooler memes...absurd, repeatable, catchy.
Harlem S dances have been worse:
I do remember the actual Harlem Shake. (But thanks, Rodney, the video you posted of the real Harlem Shake just burned my eyes).
This one may be my favorite just for the awesome and bizarre-o 'Spies Like Us' quality:
Or the original. Stop with this dub step crap!
What the f*** song is this? And this is more of that dub step dancing crap then Harlem Shake.
This is Harlem Shake music...The Gorgeous One is appalled at these people.
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