Everybody Hates Me

Dec 2013
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19,359
Beware of watermelons
#1
"Everybody Hates Me"

White people hate me
They say that I'm usin' my privilege for evil, I get it, hey
Black people hate me
They say that I'm racist, my feelings don't match with their message, woah
Feminists hate me
Because I believe that their movement is angry and sexist, woo
My girlfriend hates me
And I don't know why, but I love her, whatever, forget it, yeah
And gay people hate me
'Cause when I see somethin' I don't like I say that it's gay
Straight people hate me
For havin' the balls to go say what they think and that makes 'em afraid
Dumb people hate me
For makin' 'em music containing the truth to expose all the ways
The government robs 'em, the pop culture kills 'em
The rappers convince them to ruin their brains







Gotta be one of the best new artists in some time.
 
Feb 2014
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Oregon
#2
Darling, You seem to be presenting a cultural problem that we have developed. One that is narcissistic and unpleasant. Being inconsiderate of other people's feelings and saying anything that comes to mind, does not make a person frightening. It makes the person offensive and that is unpleasant. It leads to either being avoided or attacked in return.

Living with the notion of doing unto others as we would have them do to us, and living with these three rules can resolve all relationship problems and the emotional problems that go with having relationship problems.
1. We respect everyone because we are respectful people.
2. We protect the dignity of others.
3. We do everything with integrity.
 
Mar 2018
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Grayson
#3
Darling, You seem to be presenting a cultural problem that we have developed. One that is narcissistic and unpleasant. Being inconsiderate of other people's feelings and saying anything that comes to mind, does not make a person frightening. It makes the person offensive and that is unpleasant. It leads to either being avoided or attacked in return.

Living with the notion of doing unto others as we would have them do to us, and living with these three rules can resolve all relationship problems and the emotional problems that go with having relationship problems.
1. We respect everyone because we are respectful people.
2. We protect the dignity of others.
3. We do everything with integrity.
That principle cuts both ways.
 
Mar 2019
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37
USA
#4
Darling, You seem to be presenting a cultural problem that we have developed. One that is narcissistic and unpleasant. Being inconsiderate of other people's feelings and saying anything that comes to mind, does not make a person frightening. It makes the person offensive and that is unpleasant. It leads to either being avoided or attacked in return.

Living with the notion of doing unto others as we would have them do to us, and living with these three rules can resolve all relationship problems and the emotional problems that go with having relationship problems.
1. We respect everyone because we are respectful people.
2. We protect the dignity of others.
3. We do everything with integrity.
Don't get me wrong, the Golden Rule is what should be, but this notion all relationship problems will be corrected, by applying it, is lala land. You need to watch some true crime shows, if the news isn't giving you a clue, that there is evil out there, and it's gunning for respectful you,

1 Peter 5:8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.

You want some eye opening, there's a very good movie called I'm Not Ashamed from 2016, which involves the first victim, a Christian girl, in the Columbine school massacre. It's not simply her being so senselessly murdered that is interesting, moreso the movie depicts what it is like, being a sheep among wolves. As a matter of fact, if you're a righteous person, you're going to have more problems, from people that hate the good, Matthew 5:11-12.

Put it this way: is your being a sheep going to lessen the wolf's appetite for you? Evil is in the world and of the world, Ephesians 6:12. You do not have the power to eliminate the darkness in others, any more than eliminate the powerful spiritual influences encouraging that darkness. Nobody being respectful is going to guarantee respect, in return. As a matter of fact, far from it. Your notion all relationships will be corrected, if you're simply respectful, is, in fact, far from the truth. As a matter of fact, being respectful of and having relationships with the evil is where the trouble begins. Yes, apply the Golden Rule in your relationships, but don't be so naive to think this is any control mechanism over others, in relationships. If you somehow don't realize this, I do hope you survive, learning this.

I'll tell you something more, that you're even communicating with some people here that would be happy to run deaths camps, against Jews and/or Christians, should a new Hitler arise, have the identical, evil root of bitterness, smoldering in them, that made for a "good Nazi" during the WWII era. You seem to be wearing the rosiest glasses on the planet, maybe need to take them off and look a little more at what's going on, in your face. Perhaps try a world history book, try to find the point where all mankind cleaned up its act, as opposed to doing the same stupid things, over and over and over, ad nauseam, and with ever more dangerous weapons of mass murder. A flush toilet or the internal combustion engine didn't make anybody more civilized, as a matter of fact, 20th century violence the biggest gore fest in history. Do you believe a respectful Jew, man, woman or very child, held any water, to a Nazi?
 
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Jun 2018
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South Dakota
#5
"Hate" is far and away overused. it's a term that mainly lefties use to try and make whatever they're trying to vilify at the moment far worse than it actually is. As a result most of the usage has been reduced from flaming emotional screaming and flailing of limbs to "I don't like that, so there!" status. They've overused it to the point that no one actually places any priority on their plight when the "hate" word comes out.
 
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Jul 2008
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Virginia Beach, VA
#6
"Hate" is far and away overused. it's a term that mainly lefties use to try and make whatever they're trying to vilify at the moment far worse than it actually is. As a result most of the usage has been reduced from flaming emotional screaming and flailing of limbs to "I don't like that, so there!" status. They've overused it to the point that no one actually places any priority on their plight when the "hate" word comes out.
And the rightists have overused the words “socialist”, “communist” and “un American”
 
Jun 2018
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283
La Pine, Oregon
#7
"Hate" is far and away overused. it's a term that mainly lefties use to try and make whatever they're trying to vilify at the moment far worse than it actually is. As a result most of the usage has been reduced from flaming emotional screaming and flailing of limbs to "I don't like that, so there!" status. They've overused it to the point that no one actually places any priority on their plight when the "hate" word comes out.
Why is it that only the right refers to hate, especially for Trump, in here, or other places? I hear no one on the left using the term.
 
Feb 2014
2,767
1,250
Oregon
#8
Don't get me wrong, the Golden Rule is what should be, but this notion all relationship problems will be corrected, by applying it, is lala land. You need to watch some true crime shows, if the news isn't giving you a clue, that there is evil out there, and it's gunning for respectful you,

1 Peter 5:8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour.

You want some eye opening, there's a very good movie called I'm Not Ashamed from 2016, which involves the first victim, a Christian girl, in the Columbine school massacre. It's not simply her being so senselessly murdered that is interesting, moreso the movie depicts what it is like, being a sheep among wolves. As a matter of fact, if you're a righteous person, you're going to have more problems, from people that hate the good, Matthew 5:11-12.

Put it this way: is your being a sheep going to lessen the wolf's appetite for you? Evil is in the world and of the world, Ephesians 6:12. You do not have the power to eliminate the darkness in others, any more than eliminate the powerful spiritual influences encouraging that darkness. Nobody being respectful is going to guarantee respect, in return. As a matter of fact, far from it. Your notion all relationships will be corrected, if you're simply respectful, is, in fact, far from the truth. As a matter of fact, being respectful of and having relationships with the evil is where the trouble begins. Yes, apply the Golden Rule in your relationships, but don't be so naive to think this is any control mechanism over others, in relationships. If you somehow don't realize this, I do hope you survive, learning this.

I'll tell you something more, that you're even communicating with some people here that would be happy to run deaths camps, against Jews and/or Christians, should a new Hitler arise, have the identical, evil root of bitterness, smoldering in them, that made for a "good Nazi" during the WWII era. You seem to be wearing the rosiest glasses on the planet, maybe need to take them off and look a little more at what's going on, in your face. Perhaps try a world history book, try to find the point where all mankind cleaned up its act, as opposed to doing the same stupid things, over and over and over, ad nauseam, and with ever more dangerous weapons of mass murder. A flush toilet or the internal combustion engine didn't make anybody more civilized, as a matter of fact, 20th century violence the biggest gore fest in history. Do you believe a respectful Jew, man, woman or very child, held any water, to a Nazi?
I am quite sure media such as true crime is a major part of our problem. Unfortunately, I can not take you into the past when we thought that kind of behavior was not normal and we didn't live everyday thinking those shows are a good representation of reality.

Another part of the problem is Christianity. And for all the rest you said about death camps, etc. I write a lot about how the US is on the same path Germany followed to Hitler and war. That reality is with us today and it is not just that Trump is a leader like Hitler, but those who voted for him, are equal to those who voted for Hitler. That said, it does not mean we can not have a different reality. By returning education to education for citizenship in the democracy we once had, we can change our reality. The three rules work, but thanks to people who think like you, it is almost certain we will never experience that better reality. You appear to have a belief system that assures we have the unpleasant reality that we have now.
 
Feb 2014
2,767
1,250
Oregon
#9
Why is it that only the right refers to hate, especially for Trump, in here, or other places? I hear no one on the left using the term.
Hum, is that the Christian left who argue as OrangeOrb did against the possibility of having social rules that lead to a better life than what we have now, and think "True Crime" shows are a good representation of reality, thanks to the power of a devil?
 
Jun 2018
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283
La Pine, Oregon
#10
Hum, is that the Christian left who argue as OrangeOrb did against the possibility of having social rules that lead to a better life than what we have now, and think "True Crime" shows are a good representation of reality, thanks to the power of a devil?
You are going to have to clarify that one for me. I rarely agree with the "Christian" left, or right.
 

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