Just weasels with
Measles, rodents
And rats, your vague
Threats become
Plague threats,
New Lands by Kevin Fernald 2

The colonists where just pests plaguing early America. They are rats in this new land and just like The Black Death they spread diseases to everyone around them.

Even some of the kinder settlers, who didn’t physically harm them, caused them illness' that they had no immunities to. Their whole existence is a plague to the livelihood of the Native Americans

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Is passed out on his hard, ugly, fake wood, P.O.S., desk Senior English by Bradapalooza

Not a very comfortable environment to sleep in, but his general disinterest in the course must help the process.

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Bow ties fasten wisdom within his old crab suit. James Knowlson by Jason D. Morris 1

This man is very old school and he wears a bow tie every time I see him. That bow tie holds all of the experiences down in his gut from bursting out into the world and keeps his clothes (while unfashionable and someone odd to our tastes now) from letting go of his soul.

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We beg for the kaleidoscope to exert maximum pressure
We prey to the oracle to present minimum endeavors
Idol for the Stuffing by Jason D. Morris 1

We want to see everything the universe has to offer but aren’t quite ready to accept the consequences of such. all of our progress in life has paid a toll on us. Many men died when building the first rail roads. Even more slaves where forced into slavery and numerous atrocities has been made against Native Americans. All of these things, while horrid, where the toll we paid for our success.

We want to avoid such travesties in the future but our goals have only grown to extraordinary standards. We either need to relax with our progress or pay a toll and it isn’t as cut throat of an option as you think it would be.

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And every single moment since the start of the beckoning
Has been plagued with this saturation of irony
Poet is a Murderer by Jason D. Morris 2

The beckoning is a reference to the beginning of “society” and its call for all of humanity to join it. Through this bond we attempt to create stability but only continue to create destruction. This is something we have continued to repeat without learning from our own mistakes. We seek knowledge in order to save ourselves from this fate but knowledge is also what has caused it in the first place.

The picking of the apple by Adam and Eve gave humanity the knowledge of sin. Sin is considered to be the most destructive force in our lives, without that knowledge would we still be in bliss?

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But we need those shadows, their our modern day monsters
Sponsors to the harsh world that we try to forget
Modus Operandi by Jason D. Morris 2

We as people require someone to place all of our issues on. Although we tend to despise those at the bottom of the barrel, without their existence we wouldn’t have an example of what we believe to be normalcy or what is the good way to live.

If there weren’t people in the streets then we would have less incentive to play into the system. Being able to see the consequences of others actions gives more incentive to avoid them.

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Street walking urchins and money grubbing thieves
Screw sirens for locks to ill fitting keys
Modus Operandi by Jason D. Morris 2

People in the gutters of society are seen as plagues on us all. We pity them until they decide to stand up and do something about their situation. However that something is often crime. They steal money in order to get food, but we are so blinded by the money that we don’t see the reason for the crime.

Its not really a successful solution, they steal from more successful people (sirens) who flaunt what little they may have compared to the homeless (urchins). They take what they need from them (locks) but don’t have any way to utilize it to the best of their abilities.

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Fake fans Ima Nicki Minaj fan by NeigalleMinaj (Ft. Nicki Minaj)

What makes a person real? She dives deeply in this philosophical argument by insinuating that some supporters of Minaj’s music are in fact, faking their support. What makes a person a real fan? Is it that initial support or their intentions behind said support? At what point does a fan become “fake”? All of these questions are things that are being addressed.

Nietzche has mentioned in some of his works how people hide behind masks, sometimes unintentionally. This is an idea that ranges back decades into Greece where the belief was that everyone wears a mask. That mask is your interpretation in society, the guise you put up that is the image you wish to be seen as.

Obviously some people want to be seen as Minaj fans for some unknown reason and decide to fake it. NiegalleMinaj however is confident that she isn’t hiding behind a mask of fanhood and chooses to expose those that are.

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October 28th, 2012

Awww thank you so much hun.. Ima real fan of nicki minaj although ive never been to one of her concerts because she has'nt come to South Africa :–( But i sure hope to see her concert one day :–)

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I kept that mask on, Phantom of the Opera Popular by Masai

The Phantom of the Opera is a novel, who has a character that is horribly scarred on one side of his face. This forces him to wear a mask to hide his injuries.

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An old insult of music critics is that they are failed musicians, but in this case it actually seems true. Your Guide to RapGenius.com by Gawker (Ft. Jordan Sargent)

Where are these music critics? None of our co-founders are music critics. Did you just want to throw in something cliche regardless of its relevance to dis his dis track? You sound more like the music critic right now.

Not 100% relevant but hell, we have thrown that out the window already.

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