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The next time they publish his photo on a magazine cover, it should be of his lifeless body. I am boycotting Rolling Stone.
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I have to admit that I had to Google it, before I understood the question, but then my answer was firm to the point. This is something that should never have been presented like this. I'm disturbed enough about it that if I DID have a subscription to Rolling Stone, it would be cancelled immediately.
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There are no actual bands out there...
Hoping to get on the "Cover of the Rolling Stone"?
The rag is no longer relevant...
To WOOT, or not to WOOT. That is the question.
I'm having a WOOTIN' TOOTIN' good time here!
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Poor taste perhaps, but Rolling Stone is in the news for what they did...and that's exactly what they wanted. It would be interesting to see how many copies of the rag they sell this month compared to previous months.
It's also good for people like Gary Clark Jr. that is also on the cover of the magazine...indirectly, he'll get some much deserved attention. So, when you look at it that way, maybe it's not so bad.
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