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Yes I do mean the year of 1999. Lots has changed since then, a new century, a new millenium, and so much more that I can't hardly describe it all. Or truly has nothing changed at all and our preception just changed. From Britney being just a little girl screaming to her fans: "Hit me baby one more time", as well her plauging everyone's minds (Never mine).

And back when the days when Oasis kept telling us that, " You are my wonderwall."

Yet I still I cant' find you. But someday, maybe I will find whoever this you is, or rather who you are. And Eminem with all his millions upon millions of followers still can't find the real slim shady, I only ask: With all that money, how haven't you found him? Christina Aguilera showing us that she was so young and pure, but the media has taken away all that. And MTV not some random guy nobody knows has taken away her virginity to the world. These were the days double standards were easily spotted, now black melds with white and we still don't have a perfect form of grey anymore.



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The following comments are for " Armageddon: Prior to the Impending Rapture"
by ryangilr0y

not sure
Is it a memory of the loss of innocence that happens to all creatures at some point in their life that seems to fill the lines. Some of it gets through pretty good just not sure that I really understand the context of the piece.

( Posted by: bhagwandave [Member] On: March 22, 2005 )





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