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October 18, 2011 | 3 Comments » | Topics: Uncategorized
Yeah your right even though those bands chose to sign with the record companies and agreed to those percentages which are in some cases higher when an artist actually earns a following and becomes a star then he/she can re-sign the contract and get more money fuck them right cause thats the cool thing to say right yea fuck big companies even though they are the ones taking a risk signing a nobody who a week ago was playing a show at a dive bar fuck em right for taking a risk on a nobody and in most cases providing the band with unlimited resources to record and distribute their music to the largest possible audience fuck all those rich assholes who worked their way to the top fuck em all kids occupy wall street you fucking idiots but before you go occupy way street dont forget to put on those $80 dollar gap jeans and $50 graphic T-shirt from urban outfitters and of course dont forget that $800 Iphone and $2500 Macbook pro so you can tweet about how your making a change by protesting big business you fucking geeks oh and dont forget to grab an $8 dollar coffee from that mom and pop coffee shop starbucks
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