Well if you general irie
Then roll with the stylie
Antelope by Dirty Heads

Someone who is “irie” is laid back, relaxed, and not stressed. Like Dirty and Duddy themselves, life is alright and nothing can bring it down.

The “stylie” are the awesome, honest people that everyone knows. Known more for being genuinely cool, relaxed, and down to Earth, it is the true manifestation of the California surfer bro.

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Go shoot your M-16
Go shoot your M-16
Go shoot your M-16
I'm not gonna live your American dream
M-16 by The Descendents

The classic “‘Murica” man carries a high powered rifle, protects state rights, and lives a rebel life. Instead of supporting the freedom-loving, often negatively perceived part of the country, Milo stands his ground. He prefers a more quiet, normal life.

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Your mother told me last night on the phone
Why'd you do it, now I'm alone
Jean is Dead by The Descendents

Milo did not see the suicide coming and is hurt that Jean never told him. He felt like he was the closest to her, but she betrayed his trust by never speaking. Instead of discovering the pain through love, he found out from her mom.

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I don't want to have sex with you
I want to be your friend
I want to be with you
I want you to marry me
Marriage by The Descendents

Instead of the typical dynamic, where the want for sex and physical relations is a key part of a relationship, Milo only wants a friend. He desires the woman, not the body, but struggles to get this point across. In the end, she cannot recognize his seeming abstinence, as much as he tries.

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Take me back home White Wedding by Billy Idol

Contrary to popular belief, the line is not “take me back, pony.” Note it.

Although it is disputed, the illegitimate marriage of Idol’s sister made him wish to be “back home,” where everything was normal. He would rather pretend to be in a previous time then see the wedding continue.

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Go, get your freak on
Go, get your freak on
Go, get your freak on
Go, get your freak on
Go, get your freak on
Go, get your freak on
Go, get your freak on
Go, getcha getcha getcha getcha getcha freak on
Get Ur Freak On by Missy Elliott

One of the most infamous misheard lyrics in music, ranging anywhere from “get your free gum” to “kitchen free come.” Sadly, this chorus is still often completely misunderstood.

You know what to do — however you do it, jump around and break it down like Missy asks! Everyone can “freak” like a pro.

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Time has come to stage a do-or-die final battle. Declaration of War, 3/30/2013 by Democratic People's Republic of Korea

No it hasn’t. At all.

This line in particular explains North Korea’s motive in recent escalations. In order to secure the young leader’s power and show citizens that North Korea is a “powerhouse,” Un is showing off. Absolutes, to the domestics under the state’s control, make North Korea appear agile, strong, and respected.

The remaining question, though, is whether this battle will actually occur. With the combined arsenal of the UN, United States-led forces, and possibly China, any true act of war by North Korea would lead to a “die” battle fairly quickly.

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The era when the U.S. resorted to the policy of strength by brandishing nuclear weapons has gone. Declaration of War, 3/30/2013 by Democratic People's Republic of Korea

North Korea is correct — as opposed to the “nuclear sabre-rattling” of the Cold War, the US has dismantled much of its nuclear weapons.

While during the Cold War the US and NATO used the threat of nuclear weapons to counter the superior conventional ground forces of the USSR and the Warsaw Pact, now the shoe is on the other foot — the United States must contend with foes brandishing nuclear weapons as a deterrent to its outrageously lopsided conventional advantage over every other nation.

North Korea, however, is quite incorrect with its assumptions on the motive. Just because the United States has actively spoken against nuclear attack, it is still the most well armed nation by a massive stretch. Guilting the country is also not really effective for North Korea, as the Unites States is formally mandated to express strength in front of such threats and defend its allies.

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Now they are openly claiming that the B-2A stealth strategic bombers' drill of dropping nuclear bombs was "not to irritate the north" but "the defensive one". Declaration of War, 3/30/2013 by Democratic People's Republic of Korea

The US flew bombers over South Korea as part of a scheduled military drill. However, the mission came at a very inopportune time. North Korea’s point is actually justified: if the US knew that tensions were high and claimed to want to avoid war, why would it commit to an act that would absolutely cause an escalation?

The mission was also used to bolster the implied (and treaty-based) support of Japan, South Korea, and Guam in the even of an attack.

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Not content with letting B-52 make sorties into the sky over south Korea in succession despite the repeated warnings of the DPRK, the U.S. made B-2A stealth strategic bomber and other ultra-modern strategic strike means fly from the U.S. mainland to south Korea to stage a bombing drill targeting the DPRK. Declaration of War, 3/30/2013 by Democratic People's Republic of Korea

On March 28th, 2013, the Unites States flew both B-52 bombers and B-2A stealth bombers over South Korean territory. The move was part of scheduled military drills, but was also used as a means of intimidating North Korean forces. While the flights were legal, the US was accused of sabre-rattling and escalation of an already volatile conflict.

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