Maybe he's color blind.. . my morn heard the beginning of same llove by macklemore and she looked at tatt? and said "when you were 4 you sat in your room and cr Maybe he's color blind my morn heard the beginning of same llove by macklemore and she looked at tatt? said "when you were 4 sat in your room cr
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #8 - pilipinosavior
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(09/13/2013) [-]
I don't know about you guys...

But I like Macklemore
User avatar #47 to #8 - turtletroll
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I really don`t like a lot of rap and mot of his music but he seems like a good guy
User avatar #30 to #8 - folkflunky
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Well, I don't like his music, but he gives good messages, like in Thrift Shop, not to get tricked by corporations and not waste money.
User avatar #10 to #8 - theavatarspupil
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Thrift shop was alright.
#4 - gunsforpandas
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(09/12/2013) [-]
I'm going to go see Macklemore in Glasgow tomorrow!
I'm going to go see Macklemore in Glasgow tomorrow!
#18 to #4 - mackigol
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The Vengaboys are in Garage on the 28th. Now that's exciting!
#20 to #4 - westwalts
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User avatar #36 to #4 - bible
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I'm sorry.
#13 to #4 - siemorecox
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His music isn't exactly my bag of chips, but hey that's still pretty cool, hope you enjoy it
#22 to #4 - ganaron
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I've seen him twice already and am going to again in december, he really has an amzing performance, you're going to enjoy it a lot
User avatar #5 to #4 - deathhardiv
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(09/12/2013) [-]
Whatever floats your boat
#27 - statsuke
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Made this a while back. It's finally relevant
#23 - zibdibbie
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#15 - mewcubed
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(09/13/2013) [-]
I actually really like Macklemore's stuff. There's some good **** on his albums.
I actually really like Macklemore's stuff. There's some good **** on his albums.
#6 - anon id: e8385985
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(09/13/2013) [-]
You're gay. Maybe you can suck machlewhores' dick and post pics for all your fellow queers. Also, your mother is a slut.
User avatar #24 to #6 - vicsix
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Can you give any reason for projecting your retarded rage?
#58 to #24 - anon id: e8385985
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(09/18/2013) [-]
Can you go **** yourself? kthxbye!
User avatar #59 to #58 - vicsix
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(09/18/2013) [-]
Good comeback. It probably did take the 8 days to come up with that witty masterpiece. You should frame it.
#60 to #59 - anon id: e8385985
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18 minus 13 equals 5 you ignorant mother ******. Where the **** did you get 8 days? God, you're such a stupid cunt.
User avatar #61 to #60 - vicsix
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(09/19/2013) [-]
Psst, tell someone who gives a ****.
User avatar #14 to #6 - legamethatyoulost
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Whoa, calm down there, Sean Connery.
#7 to #6 - captainhippo
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Well, yeah. The tumblr poster's username is deepthroatdemon. What'd you expect?
#25 - floggnawstalgia
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(09/13/2013) [-]
When I was 6 I counted my toes and I accidentally counted 11 and started crying   
   
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When I was 6 I counted my toes and I accidentally counted 11 and started crying

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User avatar #16 - nightmaren
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Since when is Macklemore hated enough to assume that saying you like him will get you hated? I thought most people loved him here.
User avatar #37 to #16 - bxthreeshirker
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(09/13/2013) [-]
I honestly have no idea what the general internet consensus on him is.

I think he's awesome, but I've found myself having to hold my tongue one or two times.
#12 - jakedoffgreenbeers
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Before everyone starts hating on him, listen to his **** before that thrift shop and same love ****.

www.youtube.com/watch?v=ru-LgSvOCrE
www.youtube.com/watch?v=tHLyPdt-Fi4

#26 to #12 - jcftw
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(09/13/2013) [-]
Personally I like the Fences Remix of Otherside. But the original one is good too.
#31 to #26 - jakedoffgreenbeers
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It's a good remix I'll give you that. Just trying to stop the hate. Macklemore is a good artist he just has popular ****** pop songs, like just about every other successful artist. It's unfortunate really.
User avatar #33 to #12 - widerbubbles
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Why do people not like the same love song? It has a deep meaning too
User avatar #34 to #12 - kwanzalord
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otherside was the first song I heard from him.
However, wings is definitely my favorite.
User avatar #38 - Crusader
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I hate same love with a passion.
I support gays, but when my lesbian friend plays it constantly and says "it's my anthem" I want to slap her.

Just some lines "Man, that's gay" gets dropped on the daily yes, so does, bitch, cunt, ******, poor-ass, loser, loner, retard and nerd.

Call each other faggots behind the keys of a message board
A word rooted in hate, yet our genre still ignores it

Yes, just like most other curse words, they have lost their meaning, because they have found new meanings.

Gay is synonymous with the lesser
It's the same hate that's caused wars from religion

No, being flamboyant is synonymous with the lesser, being gay is synonymous with femininity, not to mention there has yet to be a war that was started for purely religious purposes and not political with religion being used for propaganda.

Gender to skin color, the complexion of your pigment
The same fight that led people to walk outs and sit ins
It's human rights for everybody, there is no difference!
I do agree with this though, these three and the few about not preaching hate, these are the few that I will support from this song.

All in all, the song has a catchy tune, I just don't like it because it sends out this message that gays are still being bashed in the streets, when really, homophobia is only as bad now as racism, for the most part gone, there are still some people who truly hate them, but for the most part the only time it's brought up is as a joke, and is often corrected at that.
#39 to #38 - sentinyl
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Oh come on!!


Your name is Crusader!
User avatar #40 to #39 - Crusader
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Yes, and yours is sentinyl

Why is this special?
#41 to #40 - sentinyl
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Care to explain what political reasons the catholic church had for the crusades?
User avatar #42 to #41 - Crusader
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They wanted to control Jerusalem, which was one of the most populated cities in the world and had trades routes stretching into the East that would allow expansion of the Church as a religious, political and military power, not to mention the taxes and armed forces to be gained from the city and surrounding lands themselves and the power they would have if they could say "God has given us the holy land, stand against us, and you stand against God" making Religion a propaganda tool.

Throw in the aforementioned trade routes to the East and suddenly you have an already strong power attacking what is essentially the middle of the world at that point in hopes of gaining control, not because it's the holy land, but because of power.
#43 to #42 - sentinyl
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I guess I'll take your word on that subject, I'm not too interested in looking it up.

I'll get back to you if I have any other questions
#49 to #41 - meinneger
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dude, come on.

you seriously believe the crusades were a religious thing?

you really think the higher ups in the catholic church believed the ******** they made up?

they made something that the peasants and knights could get zealous behind which they used to try and go and conquer the grand city of jerusalem. it's that simple.
User avatar #51 to #41 - NinjaHermit
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Adding on to what Crusader said, it was also kind of publicity stunt. A kings, nobleman, and popes could prove how "devout" and "pious" they were was by supporting/calling for a crusade, and therefore increase their prestige.
Heh, they could also use the crusades as a tool for their political ambitions. Like during the 4th crusade, when they crusaders were encouraged by the Doge of Venice to loot and sack Zara (a Cristian city, in modern day Croatia), to pay a debt to the Republic of Venice (who was to provide ships/transport to the Middle East). Basically, Zara used to be under Venice's dominion, but the city had rebelled and gotten independance after allying itself with the King of Hungary. Venice didn't like that, and wanted the Zara back, and so used the fact the crusaders were indebted to them. The pope issued a letter telling the crusaders not to, but it was concealed from the crusaders, and they went ahead and sacked Zara.
Then, while the siege was going on, one of the leaders of the crusade, Maquis Boniface of Montferrat, left to visit his cousin, Phillip (Duke of Swabia and King of the Germans). As it so happened, Philip's brother-in-law, Alexios, an exiled Byzantine prince. Alexios got the crusaders (and the Venetians) to lay siege to Constantinople, with the goal of putting him on the Byzantine throne. In return, he offered to pay off the crusaders' debt and then some, provide ships and Byzantine soldiers to aid in the crusade, as well as to bring the Eastern Orthodox Church under the Pope's control. Venice supported the idea, even though the Doge probably knew Alexios was ************.
And in the end they were indeed pretty much false promises, which he couldn't live up This turned the situation into a *********** of hostility between Alexios, his deposed father, uncle (the current Byzantine Emperor), the crusaders, and the Venetians.
User avatar #52 to #51 - NinjaHermit
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And, basically, the 4th Crusade ended in a total wash. Barely any of the crusaders made it to the "Holy Lands" (instead bringing all the loot from Constantinople back to Rome, and buying their way back into the Pope's good graces). Constantinople was formerly a center of Christianity, and bulwark against Islam to the east, but its sacking later paved the way for its conquest by the Ottomans. The Orthodox Church (who were, again, fellow Christians) was understandably pissed at the Catholic Church. Alexios, whose reign as Emperor was brief, was deposed and assassinated. Most of the crusade's leaders were likewise killed or assassinated not long afterward. The Byzantine Empire was in shambles, broken up into various territories, including the crusader founded "Latin Empire" (which only lasted a few decades before collapsing). Haha, basically, the only ones to profit were the Venetians, as they got a prime chunk of real-estate of the former Byzantine Empire (and plenty of plunder from Constantinople).
User avatar #56 to #52 - NinjaHermit
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There were also other crusades, besides the ones against the Muslims, like the Albigensian Crusade (which mostly took place in France).
Basically it was against the Cathars, a gnostic sect that the Catholic Church considered heretics. But they were supported by the independent Count of Toulouse, who's lands were in modern day southern France. So, the French king at the time jumped on board with the crusade as a way to extend his domain. And then the Crown of Aragon got involved, too. I think they were related to another noble family that supported the Cathars, or somethin'.
User avatar #46 to #38 - sketchE
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i kind of agree. apparently at his concerts he makes a point to point out how big of a deal it is