May 7, 2010, - 6:10 pm

YouTube Child Abuse: Creepy Parents Parade Their Kids as Beyonce, Lady Gaga

By Debbie Schlussel

As a kid, my parents enrolled me in tap and jazz dance classes.  It was tasteful, graceful, and cute, and we performed like miniature Rockettes in a recital to songs like a jazzy version of “The Saints Come Marching In.”  The only girl in my dance classes who ended up as a sleazy dancer later in life was Elizabeth Berkeley, star of “Showgirls.”

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Beyonce, Lady Gaga: Their Sleaze Now Performed by 6-Year-Olds

But, today, many more of these girls will end up like her. . . or worse.  The woman who taught me tap and jazz, Miss Barbara a/k/a Barbara Fink, isn’t teaching much of that anymore.  All around the country, little girls are taking hip-hop dancing classes, instead.  Instead of learning complicated tap steps and how to move gracefully, they are learning how to shake their butts and slap them, in addition to many other vulgar, sexually suggestive moves more suited to strippers, er . . . “exotic dancers.”  It’s disgusting and looks like a try out for a sleazy rap video starring JonBenet Ramsey. Little kids gyrating is sick. But, hey, if their idol, Miley Cyrus, can do it to a stripper pole on Nickelodeon . . . .  Yup, sadly, slutty moves are the dance step de rigeur for far too many of today’s young kids.

And unfortunately, with the, um, “magic” of the internet and YouTube, there’s a whole mini-industry of videos starring toddlers and young kids under ten, parading around as Beyonce and Lady Gaga in sleazy outfits fit for the local strip joint . . . to the direction and approval of their unscrupulous parents.  Some of the kids are from Brazil and other parts of Latin America.  But plenty of ‘em are from right here in the good ole’ U.S.  There’s something a little warped about seeing a kid still in diapers slapping her ass and gyrating around.  The parents who videotape that and think it’s “soooo cute” are beyond warped.  You gotta ask when does crib pole installation begin? The internet is littered with so many such kiddie slut music videos imitating these two pop stars, the crib/pole combo thing may not be that far-fetched.

When an eight-year-old sings Gaga’s lyrics, like “I want you bad,” like Laura Fontana–a Brazilian girl whose parents have whored her out for a whole YouTube career of child-molestation bait performances–does, it’s creepy.  Another Latina tyke-ette, Arianna’s parents taught her to slap her butt for the world’s most over-rated song and video, Beyonce’s “All the Single Ladies.” When she and many other young girls all over YouTube are singing Beyonce’s lyrics, “If you like it, then you shoulda put a ring on it,” you hope these kids don’t know what the “it” the “you like” is referring to or why they are slapping their butts and gyrating around, stripper style.

Don’t blame Beyonce Knowles, you might say. Um, yes, I do. Her “House of Dereon” clothing label, referred to in the song, has some very disgusting ads in which young girls and toddlers are dressed as hos and she-pimps. And she and her Barackian husband, rapper and hip-hop record company executive, Jay-Z, have made gazillions constantly promoting their sleazy hip-hop lifestyle to an ever younger demographic.

Here are a few of the sickening and very disturbing videos.  Attention, child molesters, why go to jail for possessing child porn, when you can just watch this, and it’s totally legal? In fact, the first video is at the World of Dance in Pomona, California, and it’s sponsored by Paul Mitchell . . . the official haircare provider of future strippers in development.

Watch more of these disturbing videos of little kids slapping their butts and gyrating to “All the Single Ladies” . . .

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Does this surprise anyone? If so it is only because someone, somewhere, still has an idea of traditional civilized behavior, and can reflect upon what once was, and what should be. But, today, sexuality is no longer sacred, nor cherished. We are, after all, simply animals, and must behave accordingly. Today, it is common to encounter sexual enhancement drug advertisements on radio and television presented in the same manner as a “Geritol” ad might have appeared in the early ’60s. Billboards advertising vasectomies are common (ask yourself what group mostly obtains this procedure), yet no one considers the irony of similar outdoor signs warning against STDs (again, ask which group STDs mostly affect). It all simply underscores the decline of traditional Western civilization, and highlights a Third World “browning” of America as whites abandon their tradition and willingly become a minority in the country they created. As the erstwhile media critic, H.M. McLuhan, was always willing to explain, once you notice some “new” sort of social manifestation it’s usually not new at all, but only appears so because we are mostly blind to social “trends” until they are the norm. And, among a certain social demographic, this type of thing is, if not the norm, at least not very unusual.

Michael on May 8, 2010 at 8:13 am

Anyone who puts stock or finds themselves entertained by these putas, or the host of others like them, has a serious cerebral deficiency to begin with. If they want to shake their butts around and gyrate their hips, why don’t they stop polluting the airwaves with their sorry singing and just do porn?

IceNoMore on May 8, 2010 at 8:43 am

Furthermore, I think the parents should be investigated and prosecuted. This crap has gone too far…

IceNoMore on May 8, 2010 at 8:46 am

Just sick. Prosecute the parents.

samurai on May 8, 2010 at 11:05 am

Sick. Really sick.

Not Ovenready on May 8, 2010 at 1:07 pm

In the comments section of one of the YouTube videos (not any of these, I’m happy to say), one viewer referred to Lady Gaga as “Lady Garbage.” Apropos, I.M.H.O.

ConcernedPatriot on May 8, 2010 at 2:17 pm

DS, you simply don’t know great talent when you see it.

Polanski Agency on May 8, 2010 at 2:39 pm

I watched part of the first video and it made me nauseous. I cannot stand to watch the crap that is on MTV and BET as well but this kiddie porn is shocking.

What is wrong with the parents that dress up their children to look and act like 2 bit whores?

IMHO-The parents are the ones that should be investigated and there has to be something they can be charged with, if not it high time the legislature starts writing.

ScottyDog on May 8, 2010 at 3:54 pm

I couldn’t agree with you more regarding those children being whorred out by their parents. So sick. Parents that can’t discern between children and adults. Most music is adult in nature and parents allow their children to listen. I can assume that as children we all listened to what was on the radio and our parents would often chastise us for what we listened to. Never getting confirmation of what we listened to. But for parents to openly see their children as lottery tickets by whorring them out for fame and fortune is very disturbing and disgusting.

Not a fan of Beyonce. Lady Gaga has only one song I like Paparazzi. More of a Amy Lee(Evanescence) fan.

CaliforniaScreaming on May 8, 2010 at 5:10 pm

This is so sad. Both Beyonce and Lady Gaga are talented singers (great lyrics) and my young ones enjoy their songs, but they are NOT allowed to watch their videos!
The original video of the 12month old dancing to ‘Single Ladies’ was cute because he was naive and didn’t realize what he was watching. His dad had the smarts not to show his face too. Now others want to capture the limelight for their older kid$, what a shame.

Lee in IL on May 8, 2010 at 6:02 pm

Reminds me of the John Lennon song: “Woman is the n—-r of the world” ….’we make her paint her face & dance’. This is simply preparatory slut training for future reference. The parents should be ashamed….I am no prude, but this is disgusting.

#1 Vato on May 8, 2010 at 8:12 pm

Glenn Beck thinks Lady Gaga
is a great talent. (I know
and agree with someone who
thinks Glenn Beck isn’t).

demonneant on May 8, 2010 at 8:23 pm

I usually watch the videos on your web site, but this time, I couldn’t.

Just seeing the pictures and reading about it sickened me.

Yes, I’m now officially an old geezer, and I remember what America used to be like, and I know how much has been lost in my own lifetime.

It all began with “BROWN VERSUS BOARD OF EDUCATION”, and it’ll require a long and bloody rebellion, accompanied by night riding vigilante justice, to restore our lost republic, our Constitution, our inalienable rights, and our cherished values of traditional Christian morality, and that is “IF” we ever do.

John Robert Mallernee on May 8, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    “It all began with “BROWN VERSUS BOARD OF EDUCATION”, and it’ll require a long and bloody rebellion, accompanied by night riding vigilante justice, to restore our lost republic…”

    Yeah, all those colored people getting the right to an education with decent white folks was the beginning of the end for the Republic. On your blog John, you say you are the “Bard of Clan Henderson”, are you sure that isn’t “Klan Henderson”? John you list four books as your favorites, one of which is the “Turner Diaries”. So when is your old white ass going to start the race war?

    So Debbie do you endorse John’s sentiments and believe we need “…night riding vigilante justice, to restore our lost republic…”? How ’bout enjoying that classic of literature the Turner Diaries? Debbie am I the only one here who thinks this guy is a Fucking Looney Tune or have all of you all lost what little moral compass you have left?

    Eden on May 10, 2010 at 3:49 am

      Yeah, I have to agree. You’re going to let the Brown vs Board of Ed comment go unchecked?

      hellcat on May 10, 2010 at 9:47 am

To see this stuff is truly heartbreaking. These parents are disgusting and sick. All I can think of is Jon Benet Ramsey and it makes me ill. One wonders what the parents dress, act and look like, esp. the moms. As a parent of young daughters, I cannot imagine encouraging this, let alone allowing them exposure to these no-talent, sex peddler performers the litle girls in the videos are emulating! My girls are going to have childhoods. They are also already starting to learn that they must respect themselves and their bodies if they expect others to do the same.

Moi on May 8, 2010 at 9:07 pm

So where does one draw the line btwn. these whored out children on YouTube, etc… and those poor Bazi Boy dancers in Afghanistan? It’s a slippery slope folks.

OneBraveMama on May 8, 2010 at 9:13 pm

Relax folks, in a few years, Sharia Law will eliminate this travesty.

NotToWorry on May 8, 2010 at 9:26 pm

    Yes, from obscence dance moves to child rape by some fifty year old groom. Is that an improveement?

    sorrow01 on May 10, 2010 at 1:42 am

(Slowly shaking my head in disbelief). Like several other people here, I couldn’t get past the first video clip. It’s disgusting. Other than that, I really can’t say anything that hasn’t already been said in this thread.

JeffE on May 8, 2010 at 11:01 pm

My daughter, regretfully, is a big American Idol fan. I often watch the show with her to counterbalance what is being fed and eaten by the masses like the pig slop that it is. Consider, this past week they had whore-slut Madonna re-incarnate in Lady Gaga–dressed in slut lace with pasties type get up and the cadre of almost naked men groping during the performance as all the fans eat it up. I growl to my daughter about “what a slut” we are watching.

We have a talk about lezbo Ellen and now judge Cara, who does a nude layout for the big money–oh yes so “smart.” The next day we talk about why Sodom had to be destroyed and why John the Baptist lost his head. We talk about not getting sucked in to this crap. Yet, we have this stuff on the screen.

Yes, we as a society, in most of the world are on the highway to hell.

BB on May 8, 2010 at 11:12 pm

    BB, I have to ask; If you are so aware and you know it’s wrong, why do you even have a TV in your home? My daughter is 40 and we never had one and we were far from Fundamentalist in any religion. BTW, you may think you can handle it but that stuff pollutes your soul too. My daughter was penalized in Second grade because we didn’t have a TV for her to watch One Episode of “I Claudius” that was deemed acceptable. Second Grade! She got a failing mark for the assignment because we wouldn’t budge. The school refused to let her READ the book chapter that was dealt with. They wanted to burn those images into her brain. Nice, it was a ”religous” school.

    Toss out the box, it is a trap.

    mk750 on May 10, 2010 at 5:29 pm

Most of those vids could be nice family memories for parents to look back on when the daughters are grown. Everyone thinks they’re kids are cute doing little skits and whatnot at home. By keeping the vids within the family, they are still protecting the child because only people who love them and have their best interests at heart see it. But by putting them out for strangers to see, people who don’t have the best interests of the kid at heart, they are shirking their duties to protect.

Pop music is garbage.

And the increasing inability of people to differentiate between the internet and real life is equally depressing. Not everything in the world needs to be seen by everyone.

Matt on May 9, 2010 at 12:34 am

Softcore child porn…. just as depraved. The difference is its legal and mainstream.

Whoever does that to their own child is sick.

NormanF on May 9, 2010 at 1:23 am

In the first video, the one where the little girls are wearing the red and black stripper outfits, you have to look closely to see that those are little girls dancing. DECADES AGO, one of the big bluejean companies did a TV commercial that showed a classroom full of what were obviously, in closeup, CHILDREN disco dancing.
I think any competant, experienced ballet teacher would say that those little girls were too young to be doing those dance steps.

Miranda Rose Smith on May 9, 2010 at 4:33 am

This is what happens when you have Illuminati and fascist businessmen and yes men and yes women run the American Culture…like as you are about to see from commentator Mark Dice…

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1a3OdwGP368&playnext_from=TL&videos=9CspwrlCg-s&feature=sub

I know you blasted Bob Seger Deb for not singing the National Anthem during the World Series when the Tigers were in it and lost to St. Louis but as one of his songs goes…

Today’s music ain’t got the same soul
I like that Old Time Rock and Roll

And as far as Lady GaGa goes…SHE IS A FRICKIN TRANNY TRAINWRECK!

And at one point I liked Beyonce…THEN SHE GOT TOO BIG FOR HER BRITCHES AND BECAME A DIVA! MY MOTTO IS N-D-A…NO DIVAS ALLOWED!

Bob Porrazzo on May 9, 2010 at 6:50 am

“Here are a few of the sickening and very disturbing videos. ”

There are ways to tell about these sick and disturbing videos without providing links to them. Example: Some bloggers refer their readers to other sites’ sickening news, saying, “but I will not provide a link to their website.”

Hector on May 9, 2010 at 7:17 am

“Here are a few of the sickening and very disturbing videos. ”

Providing links has its pro cons. The pro is you’ll know more clearly what’s talked about. The cons? Might cause pedophiles salivating. Since in a few years, this kind of thing will be wiped out by Sharia and be replaced by underage poligamy, those hardliners must be praying hard for the quick fall of America. They must be glad Debbie’s pampering those aalivating pedophiles (including them) with the pre-release videos for underage poligamy. Very wise indeed. lol. Are you going to delete this Debbie?

Del-is-a-Button on May 9, 2010 at 9:22 am

God help these unfortunate children.

Tempus_Fugit on May 9, 2010 at 10:47 am

Far outnumbered by the number of parents who raise violent sociopaths.

From The Orifice of Family Character on May 9, 2010 at 11:39 am

    Ah, yeah. Have you checked in with your probation officer? That person might be interested in your comments and nickname.

    sorrow01 on May 10, 2010 at 1:45 am

I thought you guys would like to read what one of the parents wrote to me after I commented on the last video. I wrote;”What is wrong with the parents that dress up their children to look and act like 2 bit whores?”

This is what she wrote back to me after removing all the comments from her video including mine:

sunema01 has posted a comment on your profile:

hey fukwit! my daughter (8)and neices (3,7yrs old)are not dressed nor do they dance like hoes…..unless ur referring to beyonce as a hoe seeing that the moves were copied from her video clip?!?! nothing wrong with our beautiful girls wearing leotards similar to togs??? so ur telling me kids at the beach who wear togs are all hoes??? the only place u find hoes is where u prob go on fri and sat nites u smelly dogg………youtube is a place where any1 can upload there videos wether they b g rated or not this is nothing liike the porn u watch behind closed doors u idiot!! u dnt like dnt watch this incredible talent – go perve on girls ur own age stoopid ass cunt!

ScottyDog on May 9, 2010 at 1:49 pm

I had to tell a High School administrator that I would no longer go to the mandatory assemblies because of the overtly sexualized routines performed by the school dance team. Finally won my point by telling her that I would file sexual harassment charges in she tried to force me to attend.

chemman on May 9, 2010 at 4:15 pm

On the previous post, I meant the 3rd video down not the very last one. Although I posted my same comment on that one too.The single mother banned me from her youtube page and gave me about the same diatribe about being a racist too.

Good for you Chemman

.. and they say MTV and TV do not influence people.LOL

ScottyDog on May 9, 2010 at 7:42 pm

This is just sick. Whats even worse are the Parents doing this evil. Yes evil.
I have to admit I didn’t watch the vids. Seen this garbage on TV shows. It just makes me to mad to sleep.If you ask me its child porn in disguise.
How this warps the kids I doubt you can tell. Probably only as they age.
To me this is part & parcel of the sex trade only wrapped in a bigger bow of respectability. Such as an industry like this could have.
JMO

Revnant Dream on May 9, 2010 at 8:51 pm

In the 1980′s and 90s the music industry through music videos pumped subliminal messages through symbolism about materialism and sex exposing the elites’ of the world obsession with the occult and satanism. They think very little about 99.99 percent of people as evidenced by the mass media using these techniques as a way of controlling the masses, social engineering, desensitization, and conditioning. Now and the last 15 years though the videos’ of Lady Gaga, Beyonce (her admitted alto ego is the evil Sasha Fierce),
Rihanna, Jay-Z, Lil Wayne, the queen Madonna, Marylin Manson, and every artist that wants to reach the very, very top must sell their souls advancing the new themes of trans-humanism, a police state, amd mainstreaming satanism/occultism. In political terms the stars must pay to play.

http://vigilantcitizen.com/ is a very good website which explains the use of satanic and occult symbolism that the puppet masters use through their intentional uses of symbols. For Example the strange videos of Lady Gaga make much more sense when seen in this light… or should I say darkness.
I first started studying symbology after watching Eyes Wide Shut when it first came out to DVD, and something told me as a budding film studies/poly sci double major and a former anthropology major (where symbols play a large role in all cultures that this was more that a movie about sex.

The point is that these people are throwing rituals incorporated in the videos right in the faces of the willing masses. Check out the website as it is a very interesting read and you will never look at the entertainment industry as a whole the same again.

Also, satan was in charge of the music and the most talented musical angel in G-d’s heaven before being cast down along with a third of the angels.

PS I would never or could never watch those videos presented here, but point well taken with the sick screen shots of the multitude parents helping evil spread. Thanks for great article Debbie as I has no idea this existed on Youtube.

Soyphobia on May 9, 2010 at 10:08 pm

I cannot watch these videos. I am sorry, I just can’t. The stills are bad enough. This is simply horrifying. This stuff needs to be banned from Youtube. But there is a larger agenda going on. Pay no attention to Beyonce, Gaga and Jay-Z, who are merely puppets. Instead, watch the puppet master pulling the strings. Who is the puppet master, and what is his agenda? Hmmm …

And I shall leave you with some better videos.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vfZjmHkL96U
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_rLfm25CjA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MS93Q4jQAO0
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tF-TFIqYiJw

Gerald on May 9, 2010 at 10:46 pm

If a convicted pedophile had this material on his computer he could be arrested for parole violation.

THE LORD THOR on May 9, 2010 at 11:33 pm

Beyonce’s Kids Clothing Line looks harmless to me. It’s just kids dressing up – although kids with rich parents no doubt. Crass it my be, but it’s no big deal – in Asia this phenomenon is even worse i can tell you.

tempo dulu on May 10, 2010 at 2:26 am

Team obama wants to pimp our youth out to the world. I see the next generation dancing for the pimps.

Arizona Is Cool on May 10, 2010 at 9:20 am

Wow. When I was a little girl I made home videos of myself singing “Under the Sea” from The Little Mermaid. I was usually wearing sweatpants and a t-shirt. Watching these videos actually made me feel sick. It’s bad enough that these girls are dressing and dancing like this, why the hell are their pimps, er I mean parents, posting it on YouTube???

SquareMileWife on May 10, 2010 at 9:23 am

I expect music, video games, and television to be my child’s babysitter, so when smut like this comes around, I want the government to intervene.

reaganomics on May 10, 2010 at 10:52 am

The worst part is last night I went to watch a dance recital because some of my girls in youth group were supposed to be in it, as well as our youth pastor’s 4 year old daughter.

My husband and I were bothered by two things. 1 – Where’s the DANCE in this recital? 2 – We would have had a serious battle with whoever came up with the “costumes” for this recital, because we’d never let our girls dress like that, let alone on stage in front of strangers.

To make it clear – we’re both punkers. It’s NOT cute to see little girls whoring out their bodies.

Priss on May 10, 2010 at 11:50 am

How did we go from smutty music videso to talk of night -riding??? This John Robert Malleree is as sick as those “night riders” of the past who would hang, burn, castrate, and torture other American citizens and had the gall to call themselves “Christians”. Hanging others from trees is NOT the way to spread the good news of the Gospel. I don’t recall Jesus Christ doing any “night riding”. I do recall him healing the sick, feeding the hungry, speaking truth to very powerful and dangerous people, telling people about his Father’s kingdom, and ministering to people in need. As a matter of fact, He was the one who got strung up and hung in the name of justice.

By its very nature, Christianity cannot and should not be “coerced”. This isn’t Jihad. So if you believe that Christian morality can be brought about by “a long and bloody rebellion, accompanied by night riding vigilante justice, to restore our lost republic, our Constitution, our inalienable rights, and our cherished values of traditional Christian morality”, then you are as sick as your Taliban brethren.

For someone to play the race card and tie some nutty and irresponsible parents who let their kids imitate Beyonce and Lady Gaga jiggly music videos to the “Brown vs. Board of Education” Supreme Court decision is plain nuts. Mr. Malleree, it’s obvious how you feel about Black people. Fine. Just please leave the Christian thing out of your sick hatred, ok?

Ida P Wells on May 10, 2010 at 12:09 pm

As the father of 13 and 10 year old daughters, this issue hits home. The sexualization of young girls is a cancer on society that will only lead to a whole host of familial and societal ills. It’s not cute, it’s not funny and it’s not “good fun”. Unfortunately there isn’t much you can do on a macro level. Parents simply need to teach their children that certain songs, videos and issues are not for kids. Period. On a micro level, if your kid is in a dance class and they start dancing to a Brittney Spears song you need to tell the teacher that it’s not cool, not funny and not appropriate. It makes you look like a stick in the mud, but I’ve done it.

Kaiser Sozay on May 10, 2010 at 12:57 pm

This brings to mind a line from a Bob Dylan song:
“Fathers turning young daughters into whores.”

I always recommend ballet-only schools for kids because usually those are dedicated to teaching the serious art of ballet, whereas the tap and jazz schools have become kiddie porn training centers, as Debbie has pointed out.

I simply cannot understand where the parents’ brains are . . .

batyah on May 10, 2010 at 1:32 pm

I sincerely love Lady Gaga and her bizarre dresses however she definitely let herself down now being seen out in see through underwear.

Lakenya Minert on May 12, 2010 at 6:52 am

Nah, I think it’s another situation where- in sports- you’ve heard of father’s living their own childhood thorough their sons. These examples are frustrated mothers doing the same thing- living their own inept ability to dance through the lives of their daughters- pathetic!

Patrick on June 2, 2010 at 4:22 pm

I adore Lady Gaga and hoped I could have seen her at the Toyota Center. Her costumes are marvelous and she really rocks out.

Tempie Somerfield on July 26, 2010 at 6:28 am

The most serious videos that would have been considered pornogrpahic were taken off this website. I did see the videos that were posted. I am a social worker. There parents of these children are not doing anything illegal. The children would not be removed from the home based upon the videos that are currently on this website. If I had a client that did a video. My boss would tell me not to call Children and Youth because the parents are not breaking the law and they are not doing anything that is considered child abuse. Some people find the videos offensive and others don’t. I really don’t see anything wrong with this videos. I just see kids dancing and having fun. That is my professional opinion. I don’t see the parents causing their physical, sexual, or psychological harm. However, people that are religious and conservative are offended and would consider this child abuse. This is not child abuse. There are more serious things that I deal with on a regular basis that a child dancing to a Lady Gaga video. I see nothing wrong with it.

Meme on July 30, 2010 at 10:40 pm

Honestly some of those dance moves don’t seem awful or sexuel. Don’t forget these are little kids and what I’m seeing back in the day was seen as Street Dancing. If you noticed some of them were on beach backgrounds and some dressed modestly.

I listen to Beyonce’s Single Ladies a lot and when I hear the chorus I think: “If the guy liked her and the way their relationship was he would have married her.” That’s the way I recieve it. If you liked it then you should have put a ring on it I think talks more about a relationship.

I see ten sides to this. Someone being generally a whiney brat when I saw tap dancing routines they were wearing leotards that looked like swim suits, very short skirts and heavy make-up. Yet the kids looked accomplished, having fun and generally being happy. These kids look the same and the moves that you claim are ‘gyrating’ I saw live in a cheerleading squad’s performance. So to me this is all innocent. The kid dressed like Lady Gaga went too far but she too was dressed in a leotard.

Nano on June 15, 2011 at 10:29 pm

Only in America.

jamake on August 1, 2011 at 3:08 pm

Culture always declines during Prohibition regimes.

You really have to wonder why no one remembers that history any more.

M. Simon on December 27, 2011 at 1:56 am

if you don’t like it, then why are you looking at it?

john on February 8, 2012 at 9:40 pm

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