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follow P N Dr Lo R 2018 Dec 7, 9:01am
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KOSI in Denver has done an about-face, first banning the song on Monday, then opening up a poll to put the decision to listeners. The results were unequivocal: the vast majority of the 15,000 respondents demanded the song's return, the station said."While we are sensitive to those who may be upset by some of the lyrics, the majority of our listeners have expressed their interpretation of the song to be non-offensive," Program Director Jim Lawson said in a statement.In San Francisco, KOIT is also now reconsidering its decision and may bring the song back, depending on the results of its own poll. Listeners have until Dec. 10 to decide.
The stations are settling the controversy with polling, which seems sure to marginalize any rape victim’s feelings while providing a political backstop to justify airing the song irregardless of hurt feelings.
Let’s go ahead and actually have that over-publicized fucking war on conspicuous year-end debt and self-defeating consumption.
This country is doomed. perhaps this is how Rome fell as the crazy leftoids too over and lived with their head in the clouds.