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Writer, musician, Trump Resister, food snob
David is a New York-based writer/producer/musician and the founder of indie-rock icons, The Rosenbergs, the first band credited with going viral. His diverse resume includes partnering with Napster, representing artists nationwide at the C.A.R.P. hearings, lecturing at Harvard, and appearing on shows such as Dennis Miller LIve, Carson Daly, and Howard Stern. His writing has been featured everywhere from Billboard to The Onion to AOL News. He's even worked with The Muppets. David's music can be heard on a variety of television shows and in retail stores around the country. Have a listen here. He is also a food snob.
After all, the entire white power and neo-Nazi movement is based on blaming someone else for your problems.
in partisan politics, an unpopular party will wag the dog using a variety of provocative political manoeverings and machinations to undermine the public favour from the popular party, out of which a momentum can be borne.
“I mean these are good people, man!” Mr. Biden exclaimed in an interview on CNN. “These aren’t racists. These aren’t sexists.”
I wouldn’t go as far as to characterize him as racist, however. But he was definitely prejudiced. Of course, I attributed it to his years of service in the worst parts of the city, and having to deal with such scum on a regular basis would put anyone’s faith in humanity to the test.
originally posted by: WakeUpBeer
a reply to: projectvxn
I like how he gives his uncle a pass and just calls him prejudice.
I wouldn’t go as far as to characterize him as racist, however. But he was definitely prejudiced.
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To hear that these veterans claim they were ‘radicalized’ in Iraq and Afghanistan during their tours of duty is one of the more unfortunate things to come to light regarding the side-effects of serving your country.