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Old 07-04-2008, 16:42   #41
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Aw yeah, what's up out there? BC's in the house. Right
about now, I wanna tell you a little love story, you know
what I'm sayin', this is a Body Count love story check out
the lyrics, you know, I'm a tell you 'bout what happened
when we went down South last year on tour.

Out on tour yo, I been all around the world
went to Georgia, met this fine-assed white girl,
blonde hair, blue eyes, big tits and thighs,
the kinda girl that would knock out most guys.
She got wild in the backstage bathroom,
sucked my dick like a mutha****in' vacuum,
said "I love you, but my daddy don't play,
he's the ****in' grand wizard of the KKK."

I I I love my KKK bitch, love it when she sucks me though,
I I I love my KKK bitch, love it when she ***** me though,
I I I love my KKK bitch, she loves it when I treat her bad,
I I I love my KKK bitch, mutha **** her dear old dad.

You know what I'm sayin'. So we was down South fallin' in
love, you know, D-Roc had this Nazi girl, my man
Mooseman had a skinhead, I fell in love with Tipper Gore's
two twelve year old nieces. It was wild, you know what I'm
sayin', it got even worse, you know.

So one night they took us to a meetin'
white sheets, white hoods, no room for seatin'
there was Skinheads, Nazi's and crazies,
talkin' 'bout black people pushin' up daisies.
They hated Blacks, Jews, Puerto Ricans,
Mexicans, Chinese, even the Indians.
We had our hoods on,
we were slick
she pushed her butt up hard against my dick.
Then her daddy jumped on the stage
talkin' 'bout killin' in a goddamn rage.
I got mad, my dick got hard
entered in her ass
she said, "Oh my God!"

I I I love my KKK bitch, love it when she ***** me though,
I I I love my KKK bitch, love it when she sucks me though,
I I I love my KKK bitch, she loves it when I treat her bad,
I I I love my KKK bitch, mutha **** her dear old dad.

So what we really tryin' to say is Body Count loves
everybody. We love Mexican girls, Black girls, Oriental girls,
it really don't matter. If you from Mars, and you got a pussy,
we will **** you. You know, that's all we're sayin', word.

So every year when Body Count comes around
we throw an orgy in every little Southern town.
KKK's, Skinheads, and Nazi
girls break their necks
to get to the party.
It ain't like their men can't nut,
their dick's too little
and they just can't ****.
So we get buck wild with the white freaks
we show them how to really work the white sheets.
I know her daddy'll really be after me,
when his grandson's named little Ice-T.

I I I love my KKK bitch, love it when she ***** me though,
I I I love my KKK bitch, love it when she sucks me though,
I I I love my KKK bitch, she loves it when I treat her bad,
I I I love my KKK bitch, mutha **** her dear old dad.
Lyrics > Body Count Lyrics > Body Count KKK Bitch Lyrics


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met this fine-assed white girl,
blonde hair, blue eyes, big tits and thighs,
the kinda girl that would knock out most guys.
She got wild in the backstage bathroom,
sucked my dick like a mutha****in' vacuum,
said "I love you, but my daddy don't play,
he's the ****in' grand wizard of the KKK
The 12yr olds are Tipper gores Nieces. Im pretty sure GregB is correct.

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Old 07-04-2008, 16:52   #42
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This is the evidence:

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I fell in love with Tipper Gore's
two twelve year old nieces. It was wild, you know what I'm
sayin', it got even worse, you know.

So one night they took us to a meetin'
white sheets, white hoods, no room for seatin'
there was Skinheads, Nazi's and crazies,
talkin' 'bout black people pushin' up daisies.
They hated Blacks, Jews, Puerto Ricans,
Mexicans, Chinese, even the Indians.
We had our hoods on,
we were slick
she pushed her butt up hard against my dick.
Then her daddy jumped on the stage
talkin' 'bout killin' in a goddamn rage.
I got mad, my dick got hard
entered in her ass
she said, "Oh my God!"
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Old 07-04-2008, 17:01   #43
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This is the evidence:
I was just misremembering the first bit but the her is only referring to the 'fine-assed white girl' and not Tipper Gore's nieces.
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Old 07-04-2008, 17:14   #44
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I've heard the song MANY times and the sodomy refers to a girl he picks up...NOT Tipper's neices. I've also heard Cop Killer many times and never had the urge to kill a policeman...or anybody.


Anyway...surely a debate for another thread?

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Theres something really sad about society when lyrics that pathetic and distasteful can be commercially successful. It worries me that there are people so deprived of intellect and soul that they can find something in that music to enjoy. My opinion of Charlton Heston has shot up considerably. I've always loved his films but in recent years felt his politics had gone abit astray to say the least but I guess now I can see where he was coming from. He obviously worried about the lack of moralty in modern society and popular culture.
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Well, actually Cop Killer can be seen as a legitimate reaction to the actions of the LA police dept of the time. Which is what Charlton Heston had a bee in his bonnet about, and which he got the (white, wealthy) WB shareholders in a tizz about.
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So soon after the legend that was Richard WIDMARK - rest in peace another legend - Charlton HESTON ......
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Can we keep this thread on topic please.
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A wonderful film star, which is something completely different to being an actor. But he was a very solid centre for huge films - and he was sometimes charming and surprising, as in his role as the Player King in Branagh's "Hamlet" and his cameo as a right-wing gun nut in "Town and Country" where he is knowingly sending himself up.

His services to Shakespeare were highly praiseworthy too - his adoration of the Bard's work was lifelong. He was a noteworthy Macbeth, playing opposite Vanessa Redgrave - the two got on very well despite some obvious political differences - and his film of Anthony and Cleopatra is surprisingly good.
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More sad news so soon after Richard Widmark. Some critics were sniffy about his acting, but there's no denying that he was a true star who had the presence to carry large films single handed. As others here have said, there was much more to the man than his views on firearms (some of the posting over on the Imdb has been quite despicable).

A decent man, a good actor and a great star who leaves a body of work of which any actor would be justly very proud. R.I.P.

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Why are you so defensive of this music. Are you a bit down wit the homies?
What the hell has that got to do with his being right?
Anyway I watched Planet of the Apes on the morning of his death completely by coincidence! I remembering thinking as the film ended how much I enjoyed his acting. A shame, just as they all are
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The obituary I read in the Guardian today made some quite interesting points about Moore's interview with Heston in Bowling for Columbine:

One: that a lesser man than Heston would never have granted Moore an impromptu interview after he ungraciously just turned up on his doorstep.

Two: that Heston comes off far better in that exchange than Moore does, being that Moore, preprepared and prevaricating, tries to take advantage of an obviously infirm, less than fully confident Heston, who still gamely attempts to have a serious discussion, rather than shooting for the low blow every time without caring what the response was.
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I remember James Cameron saying that Heston was key casting in his spy romp True Lies because "he's the only actor who could intimidate Arnold."
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The obituary I read in the Guardian today made some quite interesting points about Moore's interview with Heston in Bowling for Columbine:

One: that a lesser man than Heston would never have granted Moore an impromptu interview after he ungraciously just turned up on his doorstep.

Two: that Heston comes off far better in that exchange than Moore does, being that Moore, preprepared and prevaricating, tries to take advantage of an obviously infirm, less than fully confident Heston, who still gamely attempts to have a serious discussion, rather than shooting for the low blow every time without caring what the response was.
Good points. That interview is not one of Moore's finest moments and it could be argued that he was trying to exploit the infirmity of Heston in order to score a few cheap points. It was not a level playing field, and I was impressed with Heston's courtesy under fire.
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RIP - hope that he gets the peace in death that he never allowed himself or others willing to listen in life. Although Heston had many great movies to his credit, I always thought that he was rather overrated as an actor. His best assett was his "classical" face and gravelly voice that made him a natural for historical characters like Moses and Ben Hur.
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