Banning Inappropriate Xmas Songs

I’ve been hearing a lot of talk about banning classic Christmas songs like Baby it’s Cold Outside, Santa Baby, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, and Rudolph. What does our community think about that?

Common-Sense Common-Sense
7 days ago

I know the "Baby It's Cold Outside" is a real ban/protest. I think the others are a joke mocking this (at least I hope) as below.
1. I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus: subjecting minors to softcore porn

2. The Christmas Song: Open fire? Pollution. Folks dressed up like Eskimos? Cultural appropriation

3. Holly Jolly Christmas: Kiss her once for me? Unwanted advances

4. White Christmas? Racist

5. Santa Claus is Coming to Town: Sees you when you’re sleeping? Knows when you’re awake? Peeping Tom stalker

6. Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Everyone telling you be of good cheer? Forced to hide depression

7. Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: Bullying

8. It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas: Forced gender-specific gifts: dolls for Janice and Jen and boots and pistols (GUNS!) for Barney and Ben

9. Santa Baby: Gold digger, blackmail

10. Frosty the Snowman: Sexist; not a snow woman

11. Do You Hear What I Hear: blatant disregard for the Deaf & hard of hearing folks

12. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas: Make the yuletide GAY? Wow, just wow

13. Jingle Bell Rock: Giddy up jingle horse, pick up your feet: animal abuse

14. Mistletoe and Holly: Overeating, folks stealing a kiss or two? How did this song ever see the light of day?

15. Winter Wonderland: Parson Brown demanding they get married…forced partnership

16. I'll Be Home For Christmas: Not if you are homeless. That's just Insensitive

17. Grandma got ran over by a reindeer: Homicide. Extremely violent and promotes alcoholism.”


I really have to wonder how people even manage to get out of bed in the mornings, with the amount of irrational stupidity out there.


ban them all, this is the only effing xmas song needed imo
feel free to disagree or agree or not give a eff

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=FOg7aPNLLG0

careful with that click eugene


I totally agree with Jenny ~

gwtwqueenie gwtwqueenie
7 days ago

+10000 Jenny. Absolutely ridiculous..

JrzyGirl88 JrzyGirl88
7 days ago

I keep hearing them, especially Baby It’s Cold Outside. It’s not banned yet!

3wbdwnj 3wbdwnj
7 days ago

+1 Jenny

Luca(cell) Luca(cell)
7 days ago

JB400....thanks for the laughs. Well done.


Im waiting for when they ban certain rap music.

Oh wait....

NJSkyWatcher NJSkyWatcher
7 days ago

Absolute Absurdity


Start with these:


https://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/culture/gabriel-hays/2018/04/12/hateful-hip-hop-top-us-rbhip-hop-songs-objectify-women-55

dodgebaal dodgebaal
7 days ago

How about we just ban the lame-o's that want to ban classic songs... Look at all the rap songs that glorify sex and violence and they're worried about 70 year old songs that are harmless....

Metsman Metsman
7 days ago

Totally crazy here is something you don't like it change the station and don't listen my kidspersonall like them especially the one by weird al the night Santa went crazy and made raindere sausage. Lol


It's all about #metoo.

dodgebaal dodgebaal
7 days ago

Totally agree Jenny. More importantly, I wish the stupid people who are so sensitive and offended by nothing would stay in bed if the world is so scary for them. Or just get help and grow up.


I think our society is getting worse by the minute! We should be focusing on how we can get not only our beautiful Nation better but the overall earth itself! We focus on anger, violence and everything else in between as long as it is against something. These songs makes our holiday season much more happier so we should leave them alone! Let it be happy and festive!

Sorry I just feel some folks are focusing more on negative stuff. Before you know it Holiday season will be boring!!!

soccermom soccermom
7 days ago

Re: Banning Inappropriate Xmas Songs

I will be blasting "Baby it's cold outside" up and down the streets everywhere with my windows down......you snowflakes take cover.


I'm just gonna share this that came across my desk this morning: - - -

Dave Tieff
December 5 at 8:09 AM ·
YouTube
If you're offended by "Baby It's Cold Outside" you're going to have a tough go of it in life. And so are your kids.

First, you are completely ignoring the fact that the song is 74 years old--when women were ladies and men were gentlemen.

Her "protest" was typical of a way a lady would speak to a man instead of just downing some drinks and hopping into bed with him.
No one seems offended by those kinda lyrics when you hear them on the radio ALL YEAR LONG.
Men actually had to court women back in those days, a subtle dance that for both men and women no longer exists. Sad but true.

Secondly, "what's in this drink?" does not imply that she was roofied, or at least it didn't in 1944. Get a grip.
She's obviously deflecting her indecision toward her drink, which again, came with the times. That was a saying back then that meant the drink was weak, she was not being drugged.

(Should we stop watching The Wizard of Oz because when they fall asleep in the poppy fields that means Dorothy is on heroin?)

Moreover, what are you worried is going to happen?? That people will hear this song, completely misinterpret the lyrics (as you obviously have) and then decide to go date rape someone?

If you were sexually abused, my heart goes out to you, but aren't we surrounded my far more offensive material on a daily basis that might trigger bad memories? Where does it end? Is banning this song a solution to ANYTHING??

Or maybe you're worried about your children and what they will think when they hear it? Gee, maybe it's the perfect teachable moment to actually sit down and have a conversation with your child about how men and women USED to be. Most notably, NOT offended by everything thing that crossed their path.

Yes, I agree, Rudolph gets bullied in the animated version of "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer." Aaaaaaand?? Wasn't that the point of the whole story!!??

It's the ultimate story of redemption and turning the other cheek and doing what you gotta do in the face of adversity.
He was called a bunch of names by his peers but shook it off and guided Santa's sleigh anyway--in the fog no less!
Is there a better or more stoic way to flip a red nosed middle finger at some jealous reindeer?

What if Rudolph was just offended and cried and sulked off and went to his room and that was the end of the story? A really shitty story, that's what.

Last but not least, have you seen violent video games or watched modern TV or listened to modern radio?
And you're still worried about a 74 year old Christmas song? Have you lost your mind!?

If after reading this you're still offended by Rudolph and Dean Martin, good. BE OFFENDED.
But please don't imply that the rest of us lack morals or good judgement, especially when it comes to parenting. - - -

If you want to raise your kids to be on the lookout and offended at every little thing that they might not understand or agree with, have at it.
Me and my kids will be watching Rudolph when it's cold af outside.

======================

+1, he nailed it!

GreyHawk GreyHawk
7 days ago

It's the season for snowflakes.


That's a big 10-4 on that Don.


Banning is wrong. Nobody should have the right to ban anything simply because they find it objectionable. They can turn the dial. However, ask yourself why you think a song about an unmarried couple fornicating (and with hints about a spiked drink to boot) has anything to do with Christmas? Do you really think Jesus thinks it’s an appropriate song to celebrate his birth and ultimate sacrifice?

Call it a winter song. There’s nothing Christmas or Christian about it.

EweIdjits EweIdjits
7 days ago

Just for the record ... Jesus was born in March. The whole thing is a farce.


How about this one. I guess the C word is okay if women are singing it.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/bayRidgeTalk/permalink/1037375826434388/


The title of this thread should be banning Xmas songs!! Not banning inappropriate Xmas songs

Booster90 Booster90
7 days ago

Hey Dodge-

The #MeToo movement- amusing when you realize a large number of people are old enough to still call # the pound sign.

:)


"Just for the record ... Jesus was born in March. The whole thing is a farce."


The WHEN is a minor detail; the THAT (He was) is what's important. :)

JeffersonRepub JeffersonRepub
7 days ago

BTW...watch the original video from Neptune's Daughter (who knew Ricardo Montalban could sing?)...that "harassment" goes both ways.


Praise the baby "That" hallelujah Amen while listening to "Baby it's cold outside"...........


Jenny, matters not the exact date, what matters is that it is recognized and celebrated for the true gift that it is.

Sing it loud, it's Christmas

GreyHawk GreyHawk
7 days ago

how about Sleigh Ride? To some people the holidays are a depressing time of year. do they need lyrics like these?
There's a happy feeling nothing in the world can buy
When they pass around the coffee and the pumpkin pie
It'll nearly be like a picture print by Currier and Ives
These wonderful things are the things we remember all through our lives

I say NO! ban the damn song it's too depressing.


This old Christmas song might be a little too violent .

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDtshD4mKvo


Ever since Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer came out, violence against female senior citizens by ungulates has risen steadily every winter. It's time we shine a light on this little-known issue.

Rebecka Rebecka
7 days ago

Let’s just ban everything except work and taxes and get this liberty idea over with


“ungulates”

Never heard that one before. My dictionary grows yet again :-)

But the real tragedy in that song is that they were struggling about whether to return the gifts or not - keep ‘em of course!

justintime justintime
7 days ago

NSFW South park Christmas. Enjoy or hate, your choice.

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4yg6qh

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4yg26k


http://southpark.cc.com/clips/103390/hitler-sings

dodgebaal dodgebaal
7 days ago

Look no further than this communities Terms of Service:

"We may, but have no obligation to, remove content for any reason at any time. This includes, but is not limited to, content that we determine in our sole discretion is unlawful, offensive, threatening, obscene or otherwise objectionable or violates any party's intellectual property."

Lesson: Don't talk about rappers being racist, spreading racism. c:


Jeez just when you thought you’ve heard and seen it all , get a life people , I plan on playing ALL of those songs and baby it’s cold outside is one of my favorites

Cowgirl1 Cowgirl1
6 days ago

Let's ban the Banning Dept. for stupidity. An just play the filthy black rap sh*t. That's what we need to brighten up the season.........What a country

Frank 1945 Frank 1945
6 days ago

"Let’s just ban everything except work and taxes and get this liberty idea over with"


You have no idea how profound that statement is. There are many people who have been working a long time to accomplish exactly that. Death by a thousand cuts.

JeffersonRepub JeffersonRepub
6 days ago

+1 cowgirl, me too, i will play them all, sing with most of them and enjoy the holiday with no regrets

GreyHawk GreyHawk
6 days ago

snowflake lib here thinking this whole thing is pretty stupid - sing on - sing on-

4catmom 4catmom
6 days ago

Whether you people think we should ban these “xmas” or “winter” or whatever you want to call them songs....does a radio station have the right to “ban” a song and just not play it because they and/or their audience does not approve?

Common-Sense Common-Sense
6 days ago

Think we are up to 9 stations banning, 2 brought it back; another’s voting to the 10th but looks like players beat banners, so 6 more to hear from but seems the public likes tge song and can’t see an issue.

Because there ain’t one.

In related news, all Errol Flynn movies will be burned and anyone saying “in likke Flynn” will be arrested.

Every man has a little Don Juan in him, Don (Errol) just has a little more.

Strangerdanger Strangerdanger
6 days ago

Radio stations can play whatever they want. If you don’t like the station then don’t listen to them.

justintime justintime
6 days ago

+1 JIT. I didn’t know this many people still listened to the radio...

Fact check Fact check
6 days ago

I hope this is not inappropriate, but baby, it's cold outside :>)

strangerdanger strangerdanger
6 days ago

i love the radio, listen to it often, both am and fm (and sometimes shortwave) , for Christmas, I've always liked this traditional song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bpffoBZOj_M

GreyHawk GreyHawk
6 days ago

+100000 Jenny (your very first post).

Botheredbyuu2 Botheredbyuu2
6 days ago

Jesus was born in March because life begins at conception and he was delivered in December.

weatherfan
6 days ago

I am staying with Bob and Doug McKenzie.The "Twelve Days Of Christmas".They do mention beer That might offend some people. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1DTwLqR071M


Re: Banning Inappropriate Xmas Songs

Yea.....


not sure who wrote this ( i did not) but thought it was appropriate to this converation:


So. It Snowed Last Night...

8:00 am: I made a snowman.

8:10 - A feminist passed by and asked me why I didn't make a snow woman.

8:15 - So, I made a snow woman.

8:17 - My feminist neighbor complained about the snow woman's voluptuous chest saying it objectified snow women everywhere.

8:20 - The gay couple living nearby threw a hissy fit and moaned it could have been two snow men instead.

8:22 - The transgender man..women...person asked why I didn't just make one snow person with detachable parts.

8:25 - The vegans at the end of the lane complained about the carrot nose, as veggies are food and not to decorate snow figures with.

8:28 - I was being called a racist because the snow couple is white.

8:31 - The middle eastern gent across the road demanded the snow woman be covered up .

8:40 - The Police arrived saying someone had been offended.

8:42 - The feminist neighbor complained again that the broomstick of the snow woman needed to be removed because it depicted women in a domestic role.

8:43 - The council equality officer arrived and threatened me with eviction.

8:45 - TV news crew from ABC showed up. I was asked if I know the difference between snowmen and snow-women? I replied "Snowballs" and am now called a sexist.

9:00 - I was on the News as a suspected terrorist, racist, homophobe sensibility offender, bent on stirring up trouble during difficult weather.

9:10 - I was asked if I have any accomplices. My children were taken by social services.

9:29 - Far left protesters offended by everything marched down the street demanding for me to be arrested.

Moral:

There is no moral to this story. It is what we have become all because of snowflakes.

GreyHawk GreyHawk
6 days ago

They should at least ban this xmas song
https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ

Common-Sense Common-Sense
6 days ago

This one must have been banned.....? .... I haven't heard it in a while.
I mean, you want to talk about sucky song? .... "This is one of them!"

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xam01uaj6Vg

Embryodad Embryodad
5 days ago

Ban this song. There’s zero cuss words, but you know the rules and so do I

https://youtu.be/dQw4w9WgXcQ


Excellent, Greyhawk!

JeffersonRepub JeffersonRepub
5 days ago

GreyHawk, that’s a pretty good sign of the times. Has Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez commented yet?

justintime justintime
5 days ago

not sure about her, JIT, don't give much credence to what she says but it sure is something to have a good laugh over, she could actually be good for the Republican party down the road, but as far as good Christmas songs go , i have always loved this song and here is a good version of it :

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcjQmJNd-cc

GreyHawk GreyHawk
5 days ago

All that's missing is the "snowflakes " running to their safe spaces with crayons and hot cocoa.

Perfect, Greyhawk.


"Banning" anything using the force of government has not worked out too well.

If I could "just say no" to Xmas,though, I'd do it in a heartbeat.

It has become a holiday of obligation. There is force behind it, much as there is force behind the "wedding" ritual and all of the trimmings. It had damned well better fit the expectations of the squeakiest wheel among your relationships or there will be some degree of hell to pay.

I'm all for trying to make Xmas magic for little kids, especially those that have little and really want something. The Christmaszilla adults out there need to grow up, tone down their insanity and realize that not everyone gives a sh-t about the magical world they ...and the marketers.. have created for themselves.

The Christmas industry has become as sick and perverted as the Bridal industry.

Let the idiots ban whatever they want, I won't be listening anyway.

jjmonth4 jjmonth4
5 days ago

good point jmonth, totally agree with you so i'm just gonna leave this right here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vv9JqY_jLn4

There’s a star in the east on Christmas morn.
Rise up, shepherd, and follow.
It will lead to the place where the Christ was born.
Rise up, shepherd, and follow.

Refrain
Follow, follow;
rise up, shepherd, and follow.
Follow the star of Bethlehem.
Rise up, shepherd, and follow.

If you take good heed to the angel’s words,
rise up, shepherd, and follow.
You’ll forget your flocks, you’ll forget your herds.
Rise up, shepherd, and follow. [Refrain]

GreyHawk GreyHawk
4 days ago

I think it's pretty crazy to ban all that. I am a mother of 2 girls and 2 boys. Things are just going crazy and all this PC stuff is ridiculously being overdone.

I will say that I am confused how those songs are being banned but yet rap music that calls women names, killing and promotes being a gold digger or stripping isn't being banned??

MommyNJ4 MommyNJ4
4 days ago

I found this on fb and it seems perfect here - I wish I could credit the person who wrote it:

If you're offended by "Baby It's Cold Outside" you're going to have a tough go of it in life. And so are your kids.

First, you are completely ignoring the fact that the song is 74 years old--when women were ladies and men were gentlemen.
Her "protest" was typical of a way a lady would speak to a man instead of just downing some drinks and hopping into bed with him.
No one seems offended by that, but you hear that shit on the radio ALL YEAR LONG.
Men actually had to court women back in those days, a subtle dance that for both men and women no longer exists. Sad but true.

Secondly, "what's in this drink?" does not imply that she was roofied, or at least it didn't in 1944. Get a grip.
She's obviously deflecting her indecision toward her drink, which again, came with the times. She was not being drugged.
(Should we stop watching The Wizard of Oz because when they fall asleep in the poppy fields that means Dorothy is on heroin?)

Moreover, what are you worried is going to happen?? That people will hear this song, completely misinterpret the lyrics (as you obviously have) and then decide to go date rape someone?

Or maybe you're worried about your children and what they will think when they hear it? Gee, maybe it's the perfect teachable moment to actually sit down and have a conversation with your child about how men and women USED to be. Most notably, NOT offended by every little thing that crossed their path.

Yes, I agree, Rudolph gets bullied in the animated version of "Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer." Aaaaand?? Wasn't that the point of the whole story??
It's the ultimate story of redemption and turning the other cheek and doing what you gotta do in the face of adversity.
He was called a bunch of names by his peers but shook it off and guided Santa's sleigh anyway--in the fog no less!
Is there a better or more stoic way to flip a red nosed middle finger at some jealous reindeer?

What if Rudolph was just offended and cried and sulked off and went to his room and that was the end of the story? A really shitty story, that's what.

Last but not least, have you seen violent video games or watched modern TV or listened to modern radio?
And you're still worried about a 74 year old Christmas song? Have you lost your mind!?

If you are still offended by these things, good. BE OFFENDED.
But please don't imply that the rest of us lack morals or good judgement.

If you want to raise your kids to be on the lookout and offended at every little thing that they might not understand or agree with, have at it.
My kids, friends and I will be watching Rudolph when it's cold outside.

4catmom 4catmom
4 days ago

The Rudolph story speaks to discrimination based on color … the red nose was different from the other reindeer … the moral thus is, so obvious that I wonder why I even need to write this, we may miss out on someone's God given talents if we shun them based on their different appearance.

Rudolph rocks, he the man!

Andy Loigu Andy Loigu
4 days ago

"First, you are completely ignoring the fact that the song is 74 years old--when women were ladies and men were gentlemen."

Please, do tell, what are women and men today?

dodgebaal dodgebaal
4 days ago

Rudolph … the Jackie Robinson of Christmas :-D

https://www.countryliving.com/life/entertainment/a25437973/rudolph-the-red-nosed-reindeer-island-misfit-toys/

Andy Loigu Andy Loigu
4 days ago

What a joke. So a woman had to say no first and pretend to be against the idea, then pound back a drink before taking her clothes off? How does that make her any more of a lady than a woman who is honest and says yes I would like to have sex with you and doesn’t go through that silly pretense?

Whether or not the woman pretended to be virginal and say no the first time or not, the fact is that the song is about screwing, banging, nailing, or however else you like to say fornication. And I’m pretty sure your preacher and Jesus himself would say that’s not an appropriate subject for a Christmas song.

Readthebible Readthebible
4 days ago

This can't be anymore ridiculous than it already is. These are innocent songs written in innocent times about fun innocent things.

But all the violent songs promoting violence, rape, murder, hate, that's ok ???

What the heck is going on in this world ??


The rabbit hole went straight on like a tunnel for some way, and then dipped suddenly down.... Down, down, down. Would the fall never come to an end? "I wonder how many miles I've fallen by this time?" she said aloud. "I must be getting somewhere near the centre of the earth."

Rebecka Rebecka
4 days ago

Bible,
Because women are fickle. Same reason why if one guy (the one they like) says hi they blush and get all excited, the next guy (the one they don't like) says the same thing, and they are creepy.

No difference in what is said, it's just who said it, and only one gender makes the decision.

So I pose the question again to 4CatMom- what are women and men today? Please tell.

dodgebaal dodgebaal
4 days ago

I don't even understand why radio stations play Baby It's Cold Outside … perhaps because it is Dean Martin singing? The song simply leaves me cold (pun intended) and there is nothing Christmas about it. If the guy is being too persistent the girl should simply call the cops, that should end it.

Give me Frosty The Snowman anytime!

Andy Loigu Andy Loigu
4 days ago

^ Now absolutely convinced I accidentally ingested some type of hallucinogenic mushroom with my coffee this morning. ;-P

Rebecka Rebecka
4 days ago

dodgebaal made some interesting points about women and men, perhaps it could be continued in a separate thread … just a few things I've learned … it is pretty much impossible for a man to be "just friends" with an attractive woman … you may have the most innocent of intentions and your reason for friendship could be common intellectual interests, admiration for the woman's work, etc., do not ever praise a woman for being attractive … just don't do it!

Andy Loigu Andy Loigu
4 days ago

You know what's good about the holidays...hmm nothing. Totally on-board with banning all of them. I have to hear them at work in an endless loop for 9 to 10 hours at least 5 days a week. I dream of smashing the speakers each day


MeH, I'm not on-board with "banning" anything, but I agree with the sentiment.

The western version of Christmas is, judging from historical accounts I've read, a holiday evolved from pagan rituals (co-opted by christian churches for marketing purposes), T'was the night...a story of questionable authorship and the same level of fanaticism that drives political parties, organized religion, professional sports, Bridezillas and blind patriotism.

The mass-mind cannot be changed, it has to evolve.

And we don't even seem to get that right...

The path to fullfillment is to paddle your own canoe. Simple concept, but not easy....

jjmonth4 jjmonth4
4 days ago

A very funny version of Baby, It's Cold Outside. The Holderness Family has hysterical (and serious) videos and podcasts. Their whole family, including their 2 tween kids get involved.

https://www.facebook.com/HoldernessFamilyMusic/videos/2142994432589639/


Ban Alice’s Restaurant Massacree. He uses the word ‘faggots’, someone’s going to be offended by this

Iamright Iamright
3 days ago

That word also comes up in Money For Nothing by Dire Straits,... that little ******* is a millionaire ... but I digress :-(

How about the materialistic Santa Baby (Eartha Kitt, Madonna) … Santa's expected to break the bank because she's sexy?

Just give me a hippopotamus for Christmas, I'll be happy, even though it will have a hard time adjusting to our winter climate (yeesh, so many plain old dumb songs) ...

Andy Loigu Andy Loigu
3 days ago

Can't forget Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer. I mean, that song must be promoting driving under the influence!

Joe Friday Joe Friday
3 days ago

Alices is a thanksgiving song which I do not think includes that word. Pretty sure.

Now “raper” is in there as in mother-raper and father-raper....

Strangerdanger Strangerdanger
3 days ago

Actually it does SD.

"And if two people do it, in harmony, they may think they're both faggots and
They won't take either of them".

The whole concept of these or other songs being deemed inappropriate is absurd in my opinion. People need to get over it and themselves.


Everyone in this day and age is offended by the littlest thing, it’s absolutely ridiculous and pathetic. It’s an old classic Christmas song, it was completely different back then, the song is innocent. But people with nothing better to do tear and rip anything apart to make it completely different then it once was. America is no longer a strong country, it’s now full of whiny babies who take every little thing to heart and find a way to change the whole explanation of it to fit whatever kind of drama they want it to.

Thatflyingdolphin Thatflyingdolphin
2 days ago

so if baby its cold outside promotes rape.... then frosty the snowman promotes stalking and murder ..rudolph promotes bullying and the 12 days of x-mas promotes greed? what are we becoming? A Society that literally picks apart old traditions and believe
they have an alterior and sinister meaning?.... Can we just let it be ... let our children grow up with the same stars in their eyes about x-mas like we did.... When we were younger did we feel this way about these songs?..nooooo!!!! so why should they get denied the traditions of x-mas past? Bah humbug and shame on all of you who want to have these traditional songs and movies erased!!

Viola Tumamao Gammel Viola Tumamao Gammel
1 day ago

Baby It's Cold Outside is a song about FLIRTING. Are we so "MeTooed" that flirting is now taboo.
watch the clip because the song is sung from both the male lead and the female lead. Is it stalking and whatever else is being fed to us about the song when it's the woman playing the lead?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MFJ7ie_yGU

and I have a vision of what happened. a conversation that went like this person 1; do you really believe most Americans are gullible? person 2: Indeed I do, they will believe any nonsense shoveled at them. p1: I don't know, give me a for instance. p2: ok I will go on air, on the internet and any source I can to spread the word that a song like , let's say Baby It's Cold Outside is sexist and promotes bullying and rape.
p1: yeah right, we may be gullible but we're not stupid. p2: a bottle of 18 year Macallan says I'm right.
and now they are laughing at us while sipping some fine Macallan


An appropriate song for the topic, a personal favorite.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X-8l8v3h1Bg

dodgebaal dodgebaal
1 day ago

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