Uh, yeah, they did. And even my kid was shocked. HO?
I don't need to hear that crap, thank you.
If you can't do a report on someone, maybe you don't need to cover them. Maybe Nate Dogg's little more than an element, as opposed to an artist?
I don't know.
But I know I don't want to hear that crap on the radio.
And someone needs to teach Shereen Mergaji the English language. If NPR can't get people on air who know how to speak, they don't deserve any funding. Near the end of her 'report' ("like me" -- that's the basis for her stupid ass report), she says of a bunch of nobodies, "they'll be singing Nate Dogg's hooks long after his death." You say that when they're alive, stupid ass. After they die, you say something like "for years to come."
And, no Shereen, he didn't 'tame' misogynistic lyrics and I don't want to hear another 'report' from NPR that takes the attitude of 'piss on p.c.' In fact, I don't want to hear "p.c." said on NPR.
This was a waste of time.
Maybe Shereen -- and her sister Margareen? -- needs to stick to 'reporting' on bras because she can almost handle that. What an idiot.
"Iraq snapshot" (The Common Ills):