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MariMarrie

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And i am just now remembering that the backmasking of tons of their songs they talk about please save us, just found it really creepy
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Maybe save us is save the earth??? With zero emmision vehicles?
 






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Has anybody seen the clip of Jimin in the new Hyunday commercial, he says, save us... any thoughts on this?

Well...it is taken out of context

They say “we won’t wait anymore for someone to come save us”






Under the “Friday’s for Future” - I wrote about it in this thread and how they’re doing illegal business (of course).

Then you have the “for tomorrow” agenda, which is been promoted in Germany for one year now.

In Germany every Friday children are out with teachers protesting, rather than learning. Just for the sake of raising an army of idiots. Brainwashing at highest level.

It’s another booming and sky-rocketing brainwashing tool targeting CHILDREN. It used to be young people in their 20’s (“antifa”). Now they go after first class elementary school children to make them erratic, scared, aggressive, getting used to attention by just being loud.

They want to make the new generation of children hysterical idiots like Greta Thunberg who think the world is going down and we don’t wait anymore, we’re taking charge !

This, despite the fact that electrical cars cause more pollution than motor-driven ones.

They wanted to raise the oil/gas prices during Corona - now they got it.

It’s all deeper than a commercial.
It is not an innocent coincidence. Following the politics, they want to implement the same Corona restriction as well for the other big hoax - “climate change”. Amongst other electrical cars monitored and controlled by the government.

Angela Merkel already presented this plan last year in Brazil and they laughed at her.


One of the reason why they haven’t eased the restrictions is because they want to keep them and combine it with climate change.

It has already been topic of discussion in Europe and with creepy Biden/America.

It is all planned.

Wait and see until a BTS fan kicks you in the head for driving a normal car.

 






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About cafe's culture in s.k


I think cafe's bussiness have a good market is s.k, especially if the cafe owner is an idols / idols family, there will be many customers who come
Most idols want to have a property business, own a building and rent it out so that if they not famous anymore they can still have money but this business certainly costs a lot of money
if there are not enough funds they usually open a restaurant, Suga's, Jhope's, Jimin's parent, Yesung from suju, etc
And jk start this:
According to real estate insiders, Jungkook bought the 2-story house in November last year, paying 7.63 billion KRW. The house was built in 1976 and occupies 637 square meters of land, with floor space of 230.74 square meters. Currently, the house is being rented out by a foreign company
Umm chanyeol from ex0 too, rain, psy they hve a building being rented
That's pretty much what I thought too, I was just wondering why exactly cafes. For some reason it just sounds dumb to me. But maybe I'm the dumb one here.
Also I remember Yoongi saying something like if he wasnt an idol he would've wanted to run a furniture store, if I'm not mistaken.
Buying land and renting it out is smart, it's just the cafe thing, man...
 






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I can kind of see what you mean. Although I think it depends on what you have to practice. As a kid I could spend hours on learning and practicing playing the guitar, no one forced me to do it, I simply chose it over going out because I enjoyed it so much.
Even playing stupid scales and exercises and such, which I found boring, I still did them because my music teacher explained to me why they were important.
If I was forced to take extra math classes while the other kids are playing - yeah, I'd hate it.
Ha, it's funny the video you posted kind of talked about that as well. Having engagement in something you believe in, even if it's difficult.

The way you're describing the industry sounds so horribly depressing. I cant even imagine what it's like working there. I dont think I could bare it.

I've never thought about the playback thing seriously. I've never been to any concert. But it's so true. You go up on stage to perform for people, who came because they want to see and hear you live, and yet instead of actually performing you're using playback. It's like an insult both to the people you're performing for and also an insult to yourself as an artist.
But at the same time, I dont know, maybe I'm just so unlucky that all of BTS live videos I've seen it ended up either seeming to be playback or just a bad performance, but there has to be some kind of reason why they do it. I doubt it's just plain laziness.

Haha, no, I dont write poems with sticky marmelade fingers. I took it very seriously, even still do.

Yeah, I learned that about critisism with age, even though it's still sometimes hard to hear it, sometimes even from myself. But I also don't mind actual critisism per se, if it's technical I mean, like rhymes being bad or a poor choice of words, stuff like that, it's more the content of the poem that is my sensitive spot. Because it feels like someone is taking it apart without understanding it, and they want to change it in a way that will make it lose it's core meaning. If that makes sense. It's like I'm heading toward the city and someone stops me and says "hey, the village is THAT way", okay, but that's not where I want to go.

Oh man, I heard some 20 year old recently say "I'm depressed because I'm not always happy", dude, that's just being sad, who in the world is always happy? Where did that even come from?

About the video, "If Im a victim, then everyone else owes me something, and I dont have to take responsbility. You can live a responsibility-free life, but the price you pay is that it doesnt get to be meaningful." man, that's such a scary place to be in. I imagine it's also like a black hole, you get sucked in with the convenience and they you cant let go of it. It's like giving up having a smart phone and having access to internet 24/7.

I agree with you about Yoongi probably not being the type who would want to learn, since he said himself he was very sure of his skills and didn't listen to critisism.
And I would agree with you that school comes first IF schools actually taught anything, instead of making kids memorize and regurgitate. You have to seek approval from a teacher who doesn't even have to be smart or wise to teach. Schools seem to be just places to "brainwash" kids until they get old enough to vote.
Do you think people would be "brainwashed" if they were taught to think for themselves? Taught critical thinking? And I get it, why even educate people who you want to control?
They think they're smart because they get good grades, while they know absolutely nothing. They go to school for 12 years yet are taught no skills. People complain about the minimum wage, but when you spend 12 years in school, man, in 12 years you can make someone a surgeon. The fact that you spend 12 years in school and are fit only to be someone like a waiter, that's a problem with education, not the minimum wage.
Also all these stories of people sending their kids to a good Uni and they come back a socialist and feminist. They think they're so "open-minded" while they close their minds to anything which opposes their views, and think that anyone who disagrees with them is obivously a nazi bigot racist homophobe because they dont even consider that they could be wrong or that someone might have a good reason to believe what they believe.
I don't even get why you would send your kids to school at this point. My nephews are home schooled, and the eldest, who is 8, is so insanely smart. He speaks multiple languages, has a super sharp and creative mind, and is just such a ball of joy and curiosity. And my sister isn't even a teacher.
I would say "education" comes first, but certainly not "school".

I dont know, I can obviously be wrong, this is pure theory, but I think maybe Yoongi's parents, like Namjoons parents, thought their kids
are gonna be silly rappers with no future and no ability to enter a good school, BUT when they actually debuted and became more popular, they realized that they can be parents of famous idols.
But maybe I'm completely wrong, because for example with the youngest members I'm guessing their parents had to sign their contracts, right? If I remember correctly, Yoongi was 17 when he auditioned, so if his parents were a 100% against it, they just wouldnt sign the papers, but maybe the rules are different in SK? But if they did have to sign his papers, then yeah, it doesnt fit
that his parents would say "no" to the point of throwing out his raps. Especially since when Yoongi was selling his music he barely made any money, so for parents who see that they would probably think "this is going nowhere, you're gonna waste your life on this dream".
Your nephews and family are lucky to be allowed to homeschool. In Germany going to school is mandatory until 9th grade (last time I was in school like ages ago). But it hasn’t change since then because people that I know have the issues described by you and a hard time dealing with the fact that they aren’t allowed to homeschool.

It teaches you how to be brainwash and to become a perfect soldier for them. Like the example I have given above in regards to “Friday’s for Future”.



It is nice to know that you still practiced and did extra math-hours, you are one of those special cases especially nowadays. When math is “racist” and must be abolished.

Basically everything that makes one smarter and forces to use the brain, is “racist”. Meaning - we don’t want children to be smart so we’re going to play the racist card.



Yes, that scene with the “depressed” person, that’s exactly what I am talking about.

This plus the romanticizing of depression making it seem “cool”.

Depressed people don’t walk around saying they’re depressed. They actually fight suicidal thoughts and want to get better. It’s very easy to spot fake depression.

You have depression in some cases of bad PMS. I have it. It started in my mid 20s and it’s scares me a bit every time. And every time I try to fight it. Even though I know it only lasts a few days, whenever it starts, it feels like the end. I try to push my self and that’s the attitude to go with. Not having BTS “talking about mental health” so that millions of little girls dream of getting their attention through letters saying they are also depressed and having anxiety issues.

Really?

...



Regarding your last paragraph - it’s Korea 10 years ago. Now it’s even worse.

Would you allow your children to NOT learn in a good school (Korea isn’t yet facing the American and European issues), instead writing “gang” lyrics in a world where colleagues are in the business of either dealing drugs, guns and prostitutes or exploited by even bigger monsters..

I mean their parent all knew what a horrible exploitation labels are playing.

I wasn’t following Korean pop entertainment at all and even I heard about their slave contracts about 15 years ago.

I believe their parents must of thought what you wrote and once the money came in, then everything was forgotten.



Still - no money in the world can make up for the quality, who they are, what they are doing.

Yoongi is still the wanna-be rapper only gayer and with 10seconds rap per album.



Yes, their parents had to sign for their contracts (those under 18).



Regarding Yoongi selling his music - I already said that maybe he wasn’t that good, but what I missed to mention is that no one is earning money for song writing unless you are established and connected. Which takes years, or it used to take years. Now...you know...the gay agenda...the same issue over and over again.

It doesn’t work the way Yoongi wants to portray it.

For a 16 y old to earn money from writing lyrics, that’s so unrealistic! Another story made to draw empathy/victimizing.
 






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https://www.j-store-online.de/collections/neuheiten/products/bts-map-of-the-soul-on-e-concept-photobook-pre-order?variant=39289213747274



For the first time I’ve clicked to see what is it that Bang is selling in those “photo-books” and how much they cost.

I couldn’t believe my eyes. That people are paying the equivalent of $152 for photos and a poster.

Which:

a) are not artistic. It’s not like one is purchasing some incredible visual products;

b) you can get the pictures in good quality later from the internet either way;

c) they’re not artists to have changed the music world worth having a poster at home that you paid $152 for.

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Glad we cleared what those “conspiracy theorists” and all the bad bad doctors have already said last year.



https://www.beckershospitalreview.com/infection-control/distancing-isn-t-helping-you-indoor-covid-19-exposure-risk-same-at-6-60-feet-mit-researcher-says.html
 






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Your nephews and family are lucky to be allowed to homeschool. In Germany going to school is mandatory until 9th grade (last time I was in school like ages ago). But it hasn’t change since then because people that I know have the issues described by you and a hard time dealing with the fact that they aren’t allowed to homeschool.

It teaches you how to be brainwash and to become a perfect soldier for them. Like the example I have given above in regards to “Friday’s for Future”.



It is nice to know that you still practiced and did extra math-hours, you are one of those special cases especially nowadays. When math is “racist” and must be abolished.

Basically everything that makes one smarter and forces to use the brain, is “racist”. Meaning - we don’t want children to be smart so we’re going to play the racist card.



Yes, that scene with the “depressed” person, that’s exactly what I am talking about.

This plus the romanticizing of depression making it seem “cool”.

Depressed people don’t walk around saying they’re depressed. They actually fight suicidal thoughts and want to get better. It’s very easy to spot fake depression.

You have depression in some cases of bad PMS. I have it. It started in my mid 20s and it’s scares me a bit every time. And every time I try to fight it. Even though I know it only lasts a few days, whenever it starts, it feels like the end. I try to push my self and that’s the attitude to go with. Not having BTS “talking about mental health” so that millions of little girls dream of getting their attention through letters saying they are also depressed and having anxiety issues.

Really?

...



Regarding your last paragraph - it’s Korea 10 years ago. Now it’s even worse.

Would you allow your children to NOT learn in a good school (Korea isn’t yet facing the American and European issues), instead writing “gang” lyrics in a world where colleagues are in the business of either dealing drugs, guns and prostitutes or exploited by even bigger monsters..

I mean their parent all knew what a horrible exploitation labels are playing.

I wasn’t following Korean pop entertainment at all and even I heard about their slave contracts about 15 years ago.

I believe their parents must of thought what you wrote and once the money came in, then everything was forgotten.



Still - no money in the world can make up for the quality, who they are, what they are doing.

Yoongi is still the wanna-be rapper only gayer and with 10seconds rap per album.



Yes, their parents had to sign for their contracts (those under 18).



Regarding Yoongi selling his music - I already said that maybe he wasn’t that good, but what I missed to mention is that no one is earning money for song writing unless you are established and connected. Which takes years, or it used to take years. Now...you know...the gay agenda...the same issue over and over again.

It doesn’t work the way Yoongi wants to portray it.

For a 16 y old to earn money from writing lyrics, that’s so unrealistic! Another story made to draw empathy/victimizing.
Yeah, it is lucky. Being able to homeschool is truly something to be grateful for.
Oh, no, you misunderstood, I never had to take extra math classes, fortunately. I meant that if I had to I'd hate it, because I never found math particularly interesting.
I'm assuming by "racist math" you mean like AI, which uses math, being considered racist when the results arent "acceptable"?

I also think a genuinly depressed person probably wouldnt want to talk about it, especially with a stranger. But at the same time, I dont really know the guy, I don't know his inner workings to know his motivation, and it's not like I'm some Boomer going "these damn kids! Back in My day...!", I'm only 25, but it just seemed so odd to me. Especially since it's not the first time I'm hearing someone implying that "normal is being always happy". Even if you're right and he said that to get attention, a healthy person wouldn't use depression for attention, so either way there's some kind of struggle going on in him.

Oh wow, that sounds really scary. I fortunately havent had that. I can't imagine what it's like expecting that at some point during the month you'll be feeling depressed and still feeling like it's too much, even though you know that it just happens every month and that it'll pass.

I dont know, I don't trust schools either way, but in Yoongi's case maybe it was just a phase of rebelion. Even if Korean schools dont have the same issues that American/European schools have, like the creepy and destructive stuff they put in the kid's heads nowadays, even without it, schools still suck and are mostly incredibly boring and pointless.

"Would you allow your children to NOT learn in a good school (Korea isn’t yet facing the American and European issues), instead writing “gang” lyrics in a world where colleagues are in the business of either dealing drugs, guns and prostitutes or exploited by even bigger monsters.."
Well, I've already said what I think about schools. And I don't really think you can not allow your kid to write "gang" lyrics. I mean, how would you know that they're doing that unless they tell you? Or unless you find the lyrics in their room? I mean, my parents didn't know I wrote poetry in middle school until I told them about it. And if you do find the lyrics, how would you control your kid to not write any More of those "gang" lyrics? Yoongi said he managed to keep it a secret. And if they're seriously angry "gang" lyrics, I'd just talk to the kid about it, if they have so much anger pent up, then I'd think it's my fault, as the parent, for not recognizing what is going on in the heart of my child. I also dont think a healthy kid would want to enter a business of drugs, guns, prostitutes, etc. I mean, what boy would want to wear makeup and do gayish fan-service, or dance infront of teenage girls? I was genuinly surprised when I heard that Yoongi renewed his contract, because I was almost sure he would wait until the contract ended and then say "thats it, I want to only be a producer now and focus more on creating music. Enough of this idol crap".

"Yoongi is still the wanna-be rapper only gayer and with 10seconds rap per album." Ahahahah. That's... sadly true.

Yeah, I dont know what he was thinking. I already thought that selling your cd's is kind of odd, I mean, maybe it's common for underground rappers to do that, but just, why would anyone buy a cd from an artist they dont know? How do you expect to make money from that? But I remember he did write a beat for some other rapper, who apparently heard Yoongi's music and liked it, so he wasnt a "nobody", but still it's a very unstable situation.
 






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Well...it’s tasteless but he’s in his right.

Serves them (BTS) right to foolishly let everything at the hands of BigHit/Bang.

Especially as a guy - you don’t let your unwashed clothes lying around. For some obvious reasons. No matter how big the stretch.

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2021/04/designer-under-fire-after-auctioning-bts-jimins-unwashed-outfit


Et voilà. As expected, Louis Vuitton boosting up their ugly clothes through BTS.

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2021/04/sold-out-king-jungkook-causes-a-2850-louis-vuitton-jacket-being-sold-out-in-29-countries
 






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Yeah, it is lucky. Being able to homeschool is truly something to be grateful for.
Oh, no, you misunderstood, I never had to take extra math classes, fortunately. I meant that if I had to I'd hate it, because I never found math particularly interesting.
I'm assuming by "racist math" you mean like AI, which uses math, being considered racist when the results arent "acceptable"?

I also think a genuinly depressed person probably wouldnt want to talk about it, especially with a stranger. But at the same time, I dont really know the guy, I don't know his inner workings to know his motivation, and it's not like I'm some Boomer going "these damn kids! Back in My day...!", I'm only 25, but it just seemed so odd to me. Especially since it's not the first time I'm hearing someone implying that "normal is being always happy". Even if you're right and he said that to get attention, a healthy person wouldn't use depression for attention, so either way there's some kind of struggle going on in him.

Oh wow, that sounds really scary. I fortunately havent had that. I can't imagine what it's like expecting that at some point during the month you'll be feeling depressed and still feeling like it's too much, even though you know that it just happens every month and that it'll pass.

I dont know, I don't trust schools either way, but in Yoongi's case maybe it was just a phase of rebelion. Even if Korean schools dont have the same issues that American/European schools have, like the creepy and destructive stuff they put in the kid's heads nowadays, even without it, schools still suck and are mostly incredibly boring and pointless.

"Would you allow your children to NOT learn in a good school (Korea isn’t yet facing the American and European issues), instead writing “gang” lyrics in a world where colleagues are in the business of either dealing drugs, guns and prostitutes or exploited by even bigger monsters.."
Well, I've already said what I think about schools. And I don't really think you can not allow your kid to write "gang" lyrics. I mean, how would you know that they're doing that unless they tell you? Or unless you find the lyrics in their room? I mean, my parents didn't know I wrote poetry in middle school until I told them about it. And if you do find the lyrics, how would you control your kid to not write any More of those "gang" lyrics? Yoongi said he managed to keep it a secret. And if they're seriously angry "gang" lyrics, I'd just talk to the kid about it, if they have so much anger pent up, then I'd think it's my fault, as the parent, for not recognizing what is going on in the heart of my child. I also dont think a healthy kid would want to enter a business of drugs, guns, prostitutes, etc. I mean, what boy would want to wear makeup and do gayish fan-service, or dance infront of teenage girls? I was genuinly surprised when I heard that Yoongi renewed his contract, because I was almost sure he would wait until the contract ended and then say "thats it, I want to only be a producer now and focus more on creating music. Enough of this idol crap".

"Yoongi is still the wanna-be rapper only gayer and with 10seconds rap per album." Ahahahah. That's... sadly true.

Yeah, I dont know what he was thinking. I already thought that selling your cd's is kind of odd, I mean, maybe it's common for underground rappers to do that, but just, why would anyone buy a cd from an artist they dont know? How do you expect to make money from that? But I remember he did write a beat for some other rapper, who apparently heard Yoongi's music and liked it, so he wasnt a "nobody", but still it's a very unstable situation.
Hahahahaha. No. I really mean thy want to fed rid of math/science in schools by claiming it is racist.

Same for classical music.



https://www.foxnews.com/us/oregon-education-math-white-supremacy



If Yoongi would have wanted to rap, he would’ve left BTS the moment they debuted.

  1. no more dream is slightly focused on Jungkook, with
  2. We Are Bulletproof pt.2 (jeez drama much, debuting with part 2. Where is part 1. Comes when they disband. ) being totally focused on Jungkook.


Between 2013 and 2015 they released a few mini albums counting for one full CD, by 2015 they were already far from being a “hip-hop” group and going the opposite direction.



https://www.hypable.com/bts-song-album-list-complete-guide/



I was not aware about the part you wrote regarding him selling one song to some other rapper, but still...he wasn’t Shakespeare, his lyrics (still !) are very much Highschool level, he recycled the same one idea about school/“hardship” (see article above, he is being quoted talking and doing the same propaganda they’re told to do - victimizing themselves ) but never grew from that.

I can’t imagine him at 16 selling lyrics which appeal more to schoolgirls.



Everything that was told in that interview with the other rappers was on point.

He wanted/wants the fame knowing bloody well, that what he does and what he says is not compatible.



The older he got, the more his bad character and limitations have come forward.

He dreams about having “haters” and the one guy who pointed out to his hypocrisy in a very decent way, becomes some sort of a jealous hater.

No. He just pointed out that you cannot be a puppet for a company, wearing gay clothes, lipstick, eyeshadow while rapping about how tough and cool you are.

Well, he’s not rapping anymore so bye.

His lyrics in “D”, a song which I like only because I don’t understand the lyrics, same thing over and over again / how people are jealous and stupid while his passport is full.


How about ‘them pink sweaters, dude?

He seems to live the perception of other “colleagues” in a non-existent way.

There is no reason for jealousy, he can’t rap. I cannot name one rap song today that can stand on its feet.

I mean I like a lot things like cyphers and some other songs from his solo cd (the first one), but it’s the same lyrics over and over again, Highschool level.



Min 1:30

Min 2:50

A song that I like but obviously it’s just catchy lyrics because he didn’t choose to become a rapper, he choose to wear make-up and make Bang rich from selling photos and posters for $152.



and



https://youtu.be/grrpg_r1Nb8

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One “little” thing not to be missed - it is one thing to be part of a group, an other to be a soloist.
As part of BTS he is invisible either way. As a “rapper”, “dancer”, “singer”.
Even if he were a big shot, he’d still NOT face the same stage and circumstances as a solo rapper.
 






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Hahahahaha. No. I really mean thy want to fed rid of math/science in schools by claiming it is racist.

Same for classical music.



https://www.foxnews.com/us/oregon-education-math-white-supremacy



If Yoongi would have wanted to rap, he would’ve left BTS the moment they debuted.

  1. no more dream is slightly focused on Jungkook, with
  2. We Are Bulletproof pt.2 (jeez drama much, debuting with part 2. Where is part 1. Comes when they disband. ) being totally focused on Jungkook.


Between 2013 and 2015 they released a few mini albums counting for one full CD, by 2015 they were already far from being a “hip-hop” group and going the opposite direction.



https://www.hypable.com/bts-song-album-list-complete-guide/



I was not aware about the part you wrote regarding him selling one song to some other rapper, but still...he wasn’t Shakespeare, his lyrics (still !) are very much Highschool level, he recycled the same one idea about school/“hardship” (see article above, he is being quoted talking and doing the same propaganda they’re told to do - victimizing themselves ) but never grew from that.

I can’t imagine him at 16 selling lyrics which appeal more to schoolgirls.



Everything that was told in that interview with the other rappers was on point.

He wanted/wants the fame knowing bloody well, that what he does and what he says is not compatible.



The older he got, the more his bad character and limitations have come forward.

He dreams about having “haters” and the one guy who pointed out to his hypocrisy in a very decent way, becomes some sort of a jealous hater.

No. He just pointed out that you cannot be a puppet for a company, wearing gay clothes, lipstick, eyeshadow while rapping about how tough and cool you are.

Well, he’s not rapping anymore so bye.

His lyrics in “D”, a song which I like only because I don’t understand the lyrics, same thing over and over again / how people are jealous and stupid while his passport is full.


How about ‘them pink sweaters, dude?

He seems to live the perception of other “colleagues” in a non-existent way.

There is no reason for jealousy, he can’t rap. I cannot name one rap song today that can stand on its feet.

I mean I like a lot things like cyphers and some other songs from his solo cd (the first one), but it’s the same lyrics over and over again, Highschool level.



Min 1:30

Min 2:50

A song that I like but obviously it’s just catchy lyrics because he didn’t choose to become a rapper, he choose to wear make-up and make Bang rich from selling photos and posters for $152.



and



https://youtu.be/grrpg_r1Nb8

————

One “little” thing not to be missed - it is one thing to be part of a group, an other to be a soloist.
As part of BTS he is invisible either way. As a “rapper”, “dancer”, “singer”.
Even if he were a big shot, he’d still NOT face the same stage and circumstances as a solo rapper.
"White supremacy manifests itself in the focus on finding the right answer."
"The concept of mathematics being purely objective is unequivocally false, and teaching it is even much less so"
"Upholding the idea that there are always right and wrong answers perpetuate objectivity as well as fear of open conflict."
This sounds like something you'd read on The Babylon Bee.
Kind of makes me wonder, it's like whoever comes up with this nonsense is just testing how far they can push it before parents say "No". Like "Look how helpless these people are, we are openly brainwashing their kids, and telling little 'white' boys and girls they're racist, and they let us! They're completely mentaly gone!"
It's so weird, I remember when I was little I didnt know what racism was, I just thought that if you're saying bad things about a whole group of people that you're just being mean, because you dont know them individually.

But what if Yoongi couldn't have left because of the contract?

Yeah, he wrote a beat, not rap, for some rapper who heard his stuff and liked it. I remember Yoongi was very proud of that. I'd be too, if I was just a teenager, and some bigger rapper wanted to buy a track from me.

Sometimes it even seems like he's using the same topics and even almost the same lines. Although I might be wrong, because I can only come up with one example from the top of my head.
Tomorrow:
"Same day, same moon
24/7 every moment repeats
My life is in between.

Don’t get too far away, tomorrow"

So far away:
"Everything is changing but why am I still here.

Don’t far away, if I had a dream,
If only I had a flying dream"

And I still like both of these songs, even though they remind me of each other.

Ahaha, yeah, I too like the beat of D, but not the lyrics. I dont like boastful rap, it sounds silly to me.
Really? Why do you say he can't rap? I personally think he can, but maybe I'm not seeing/hearing something? To my ears I prefer Yoongi rapping to Namjoon or Hobi.

"he choose to wear make-up and make Bang rich from selling photos and posters for $152." ahahaha.

Speaking of which, do you remember, Yoongi in his first mixtape, in The Last said "Show me the money, It’s not that I couldn’t but I didn’t". What do you think about that line? When that mixtape came out, I kind of naively thought he meant "I wont be a part of your silly rap show because I'm above it", or something like that, haha. But now I wonder if it could've meant something else.

Yeah, it's kind of sad that Yoongi writes these "I'm so big and successful, you cant reach me on charts" or some crap, but it's BTS that nobody can reach on charts, not Yoongi himself. I remember even wondering about the first mixtape, I saw Army saying "we have to support Suga, because he's a part of BTS", I was surprised because I kept thinking "so you're not supporting him because you like the mixtape?" The same with the song Yoongi wrote for Suran. Would Suran's song really win something if Army didnt support it because BTS Suga produced it? I mean, if Yoongi said "by the way, I produced that song" only AFTER the fact. Did people vote for the song because they genuinly liked the song, or because BTS Suga's name was on it? And dont get me wrong, I think the song is nice, Yoongi did a good job, the music is great, I personally find the lyrics boring, but it's a nice song.
 






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They are not used to boost up the sales for Louis Vuitton only, but also the LV’s designer (equally ugly) label, Off White.



http://instagr.am/p/COK9DPNhnrv/


https://www.complex.com/style/2019/08/off-white-virgil-abloh-farfetch-trademark-ownership


Quoting the article because it’s only one free without subscription:


Don’t Buy What Virgil Abloh Is Selling
At MCA Chicago, the designer’s first museum survey is a crass and corporate affair


On the glass façade of MCA Chicago, the words “CITY HALL”, in scare quotes, tower over Seneca Park, as if mocking the museum’s grand architecture and the important civic function it serves. They’re the first thing we see in ‘“Figures of Speech”’, designer, DJ and artist Virgil Abloh’s blockbuster survey exhibition, which is also his very first museum show. The punctuation marks, denoting irony and detachment, bracket nearly every phrase Abloh has slapped onto the gallery walls, as if to say: ‘I don’t really mean this.’ This is hard to square, though, with the show’s enormous scale and obvious cost, which insist the postmodern prankster be taken seriously – even when he lets us in on the joke.
Virgil Abloh, ‘“Figures of Speech”’, 2019, installation view, MCA Chicago. Courtesy: © MCA Chicago; photograph: Nathan Keay
When Abloh was appointed the artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton in March 2018, the news sent a shockwave through the fashion world. It made him the first African-American director of a French fashion house, in an industry more comfortable with appropriating the aesthetics of black culture than financially supporting black designers. Abloh, though, is an arch-appropriator, and his vetting seems to have been done at hyper-speed. Little more than five years earlier, he was largely unknown, the founder of a small label called Pyrex Vision, which sold USD $40 Champion brand t-shirts printed with the word ‘PYREX’ (the glassware used to bake drugs), the number 23 (from basketball legend Michael Jordan’s jersey) and a reproduction of Caravaggio’s The Entombment of Christ (1603–04) for $550 apiece. ‘It’s entirely possible Pyrex simply bought a bunch of Rugby flannels, slapped ‘PYREX 23’ on the back, and re-sold them for an astonishing mark-up of about 700%,’ critic Jian DeLeon wrote for the style website Complex. At MCA Chicago, Abloh has printed the DeLeon quote on a black area rug that must be trampled irreverently to enter the show, where a promotional video for Pyrex plays opposite a Jurgen Teller photograph, What is Virgil Abloh? No. 7 (2017), depicting the designer, dressed in a hoodie inscribed with Marcel Duchamp's moniker, ‘R. Mutt 1917’, while slouched on a pink yoga ball beside a blow-up T-rex and a European Union flag.

Jim Joe, Off-White Showroom Rug, 2016. Courtesy: the artist
Aside from the Caravaggio silkscreens, which recur in the following gallery, the reference to Duchamp is a core justification for the show, which frames Abloh as an artist first and clothier second. Abloh talks about Duchamp all the time. In a 2017 lecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, he connected Duchamp’s concept of the readymade to what he calls ‘the three percent approach’, his design mantra to ‘only edit anything three percent’. Yet a lazy scribble on a pair of Nike trainers, resold for wear at a higher, limited-edition price, has little to do with Duchamp’s profound discovery that the meaning of an object can be totally transformed simply by the choices an artist makes. It belies a cynical misunderstanding of art’s conceptual power. Given Abloh’s background as a DJ, ‘the three percent approach’ may owe a greater debt to mixtape culture, and the sampling of old music in newer tracks.

Off-White™/Virgil Abloh, ‘Look 11’, spring/summer collection, 2018. Courtesy: Off-White™ and Virgil Abloh; photograph: Fabien Montique
The best works in ‘“Figures of Speech’” hang from custom racks in the second gallery: collection samples from Abloh’s OFF-WHITE, a high-end streetwear brand he founded in 2013 that has since attracted a cult following. The most ‘radical’ of these designs recall Raf Simons’s streetwear forays in the late 1990s, while odd pieces of formal attire appear to borrow heavily from 1980s Yves Saint Laurent. “NEGATIVE SPACE” (2019), an all-black billboard, towers pompously over the racks while beyond it, a neoclassical facade, printed on fabric at enormous scale as a backdrop for one of Abloh’s shows, sags from the gallery wall (False Façade, 2016/19). A wall label describes both gestures as evidence of Abloh’s architecture studies at the Illinois Institute of Technology (his thesis project, a skyscraper cantilevered over the Chicago River, is on view in another gallery), but are ultimately little more than pricey, insipid window-dressing.
The exhibition’s curator, Michael Darling, has done his level best to place Abloh’s practice in an art-historically legitimizing framework. Another all-black ‘billboard’, a monochromatic canvas that hangs above the logo for French bus-stop advertising company JCDecaux, is described as a reference to Kazimir Malevich. In contrast to the Suprematist’s hard-edged abstractions, however, JCDecaux II (2019) is both technically sloppy and dully referential, transforming a celebration of ‘pure artistic feeling’ into a crass punchline about corporate emptiness.

Virgil Abloh, Pink Panther: Scales of Justice, 2019. Courtesy: the artist
The other ‘art-historical’ works made for this show are similarly dead on arrival: “PINK PANTHER”(2019), an enormous, Calder-esque sculpture of bubblegum-coloured insulation foam, and Cotton(2019), a painting of the titular clothing brand’s logo, which Darling frames as a reference to slave labour. The latter pop gesture isn’t substantively political, but rather commodifies the structural critique of economic racism for the gratification of the white art world. It hangs spot-lit in an all-black gallery, a house of horrors featuring an installation of the numbered plastic signs that mark evidence at a crime scene and a 2019 Louis Vuitton ad campaign, shot by photographers Inez & Vinoodh, featuring small children carrying PVC luggage. If the combination is meant to recall the twin threats facing black children in the US – gun violence and the legacy of slavery – it instigates a different kind of black-on-black violence, one that flattens and profits from the trauma of others. As if to drive the point home, Abloh has packed a clear Rimowa suitcase that he designed with toy guns; titled “LITERAL THREAT” (2019), quotation marks and all, the work dares us not to take the many black children killed by gang shootings in Chicago very seriously.

If the show appears tone-deaf to matters of race, it is even less sensitive with regards to class. Abloh’s gold and diamond paperclip necklaces, “TEXT-BASED OFFICE SUPPLIES” (2019), rest in a plywood “TROPHY CASE” (2019) painted with the Nike swoosh. (These appear alongside a projection of DJ-set backdrops of inane recurring phrases, such as ‘Bad Conceptual Art’, apparently without irony.) Although prices for this jewellery line have not been made public, they’re unlikely to be any more accessible than the line of merchandise Abloh and MCA Chicago have created for the exhibition, displayed in an elaborate shop on the fourth floor called “Church and State”. The name seems to suggest a violation of the boundary between art and commerce, though it’s hardly the first time a contemporary art museum has made its viewers exit through a gift shop – even if both bolster the artist’s corporate brand to a singular degree. There, Caravaggio-themed handbags retail for more than USD $3,000 – astronomically inaccessible to the diverse audiences this exhibition purports to attract.
Racial equity has never been more important in the rarified worlds of art and fashion. Yet both industries’ commitment runs only skin deep. While Abloh enjoys unparalleled success, brilliantly inventive African-American designers like Telfar Clemens and Shayne Oliver are struggling to maintain their creative independence. Clemens’s eponymous brand Telfar and Oliver’s now-defunct Hood By Air have been idea mills for conglomerates like LVMH, which, in the end have chosen to anoint their company man. If we take Abloh at his word, we shouldn’t buy it.
Main image: Virgil Abloh for Nike. Courtesy and photograph: Hanna García Fleer
 






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Guys I have a question, did you notice that JimIn out of all of them has gotten three national awards and in particular one of them is a pendant with a cross which in my mind is like a cross from the malta knits of some sort, and this has a lot of hidden meaning. Also in the last run episode jk said mistaningly while calling their team name out " jimIn and children" . I don't believe in coincidence and The cross it's definitely an award for someone shady, if you look into other celebs heavily involved in pizzagat and receiving similar symbols. Anyway wanted your opinion and thoughts on this. Thanks
your message appeared delayed, it happens often with new members.

You mean like this one?

I personally don't believe they are involved in any rituals, just creeps, and if they receive orders/crosses/awards, it's only to fool them into believing they mean something, and to facilitate them keep doing what they're doing, taking orders from people around them, rather then standing on their own feet.
 






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"White supremacy manifests itself in the focus on finding the right answer."
"The concept of mathematics being purely objective is unequivocally false, and teaching it is even much less so"
"Upholding the idea that there are always right and wrong answers perpetuate objectivity as well as fear of open conflict."
This sounds like something you'd read on The Babylon Bee.
Kind of makes me wonder, it's like whoever comes up with this nonsense is just testing how far they can push it before parents say "No". Like "Look how helpless these people are, we are openly brainwashing their kids, and telling little 'white' boys and girls they're racist, and they let us! They're completely mentaly gone!"
It's so weird, I remember when I was little I didnt know what racism was, I just thought that if you're saying bad things about a whole group of people that you're just being mean, because you dont know them individually.

But what if Yoongi couldn't have left because of the contract?

Yeah, he wrote a beat, not rap, for some rapper who heard his stuff and liked it. I remember Yoongi was very proud of that. I'd be too, if I was just a teenager, and some bigger rapper wanted to buy a track from me.

Sometimes it even seems like he's using the same topics and even almost the same lines. Although I might be wrong, because I can only come up with one example from the top of my head.
Tomorrow:
"Same day, same moon
24/7 every moment repeats
My life is in between.

Don’t get too far away, tomorrow"

So far away:
"Everything is changing but why am I still here.

Don’t far away, if I had a dream,
If only I had a flying dream"

And I still like both of these songs, even though they remind me of each other.

Ahaha, yeah, I too like the beat of D, but not the lyrics. I dont like boastful rap, it sounds silly to me.
Really? Why do you say he can't rap? I personally think he can, but maybe I'm not seeing/hearing something? To my ears I prefer Yoongi rapping to Namjoon or Hobi.

"he choose to wear make-up and make Bang rich from selling photos and posters for $152." ahahaha.

Speaking of which, do you remember, Yoongi in his first mixtape, in The Last said "Show me the money, It’s not that I couldn’t but I didn’t". What do you think about that line? When that mixtape came out, I kind of naively thought he meant "I wont be a part of your silly rap show because I'm above it", or something like that, haha. But now I wonder if it could've meant something else.

Yeah, it's kind of sad that Yoongi writes these "I'm so big and successful, you cant reach me on charts" or some crap, but it's BTS that nobody can reach on charts, not Yoongi himself. I remember even wondering about the first mixtape, I saw Army saying "we have to support Suga, because he's a part of BTS", I was surprised because I kept thinking "so you're not supporting him because you like the mixtape?" The same with the song Yoongi wrote for Suran. Would Suran's song really win something if Army didnt support it because BTS Suga produced it? I mean, if Yoongi said "by the way, I produced that song" only AFTER the fact. Did people vote for the song because they genuinly liked the song, or because BTS Suga's name was on it? And dont get me wrong, I think the song is nice, Yoongi did a good job, the music is great, I personally find the lyrics boring, but it's a nice song.

Like with Taehyung, I was impressed at first about Yoongi.

He for sure had something worth working on it, in order to be developed.
I listened to his music without understanding the words and I liked everything, then I read the translation/s.
My first thought was that his lyrics are either childish, dealing with 9th grade stuff (maybe not even that old), or a bit cringe (I’ll get to that in a second).
This happening about 3-4 years ago, me not knowing anything about BTS.
Still, I liked his overall attitude, I believed he could made improvements and to be someone worth watching.
Except - he didn’t made improvements. He got worse.
The childish themes and ideas recycled every time worse.

Now getting to the cringe part - after you posted the lyrics from Tomorrow/So far away and The Last, I have rewatched the lyrics video for the latter (which I haven’t had in mind when it comes to lyrics, I knew the other two for the same reason, repeating the same ideas) and everything about that song is cringe and pathetic/embarrassing.

Because:
I don’t know how much of the lyrics are really his, but it’s obvious that he’s being told not only what to write about, but also what to write exactly.

Obviously, same as with any other label, Bang dictated the direction and style. Everything about them is planned into the smallest detail. To believe that this is all free artistry, free will, free anything, it’s a mistake.

Playing the “broken” artist has always been the most attractive tool for young girls.

It’s not just his songs. Take a look around at the rest of the members. They all have the same type of lyrics - broken, save me, suffering, loneliness, healing, suffering - again, because when it’s not suffering from some disease they present in a song, they’re suffering from something else. Like that guy you told about, depressed because he ain’t happy..

Even without knowing how the business works, a simple overall analysis should ring some alarms to a newbie that this image ain’t real.

It got worse once they teamed up with American leftist purgatory of evil propaganda. If until 2017 they still had some “normal” and especially GOOD songs, after 2017 it has all become the typical stereotype, which I recognize from words, sentences in their songs, statements, etc.

They’re getting a list with words and fix ideas which have to be implemented - if the 3 “rappers” still have some own lyrics in their songs.

I find “The Last” especially embarrassing because he’s bad with the writing. It’s too much direct approach and zero literal value. Just talking about him being depressed and going to the doc, talking about his parents being there, etc. which is a common problem with Yoongi’s lyrics compared to the other two - he might be good with words in some songs, but has little value.

You don’t write ALL THE TIME in a song - “I am depressed”, where is my dream, why am I still here.

As far as his big “drama” goes, that he’s been bragging quite often about - how he went to psychiatrist and the whole “I am so fucked up” typical fake victimizing, like (again) that scene from the interview where the rapper tells him that everyone has started with nothing, while Yoongi was trying to make himself special because he had “nothing”, if I take his story for something to be true, even here it’s an example of a typical teenager who wanted to create some drama in puberty, probably spoiled by his parents, who, same as any other teenager, copied a behavior that he found to be cool. In his case rappers who are interesting as an image because they talk about how screwed up they are, addicted to alcohol, playing it cool.

So what is young Yoongi doing ? Copying, like any other teenager who looks up to people on TV, this attitude of a “hotshot” douchebag, which he begins to live. In his mind. Making troubles, complaining about parents and causing himself “mental issues” by copying the lyrics of the rappers he must have been listening.

Talking about being addicted to alcohol when you’re 16, sounding like any other rapper talking about being an alcoholic…only shows that you’re a stupid teenager copying idiots and you parents being not strict enough.

The way he puts it out in lyrics proves that it wasn’t a real psychiatrist issue, it was just a teenager copying whatever he thought it is cool and will make him look cooler in the eyes of others.

Cases like his aren’t unique. It’s what happens with teenagers with too much freedom given by their parents.

In the song “the last” ( which I thought to be some deep shit thing until I read the lyrics in english), he just writes words down like you do in a homework about “how was your day” . It has no poetic/lyrical value.

By the way, the beat in D is actually James Brown “it is a man’s world” sample, the “men make the cars” part is being used as a background.

I thought Yoongi to be much better than Namjoon and Hoseok, because I liked so much the first songs I heard with him and his stage presence, but this is until you actually hear what he’s talking about.

I now believe that Namjoon and Hoseok are much better and versatile like Yoongi, IF they write their own lyrics.

Yoongi’s lyrics areliterally only about him talking about his “haters” or how much he’s suffering, without any of it being real.

Meanwhile I like actually pretty much everything from Namjoon and Hoseok, though I do wonder if Hoseok is writing ANYTHING, I have this weird feeling that he’s not writing anything. Either way I like his voice on rap a LOT. As well as some of his songs. Tear, Blue Side, that Evil something (forgot the exact name).

If you listen at the Cypher 2, Namjoon and Hoseok are years better than Yoongi, especially Namjoon.

Yoongi has proven after 4 years since I have discovered him, that he cannot write anything else but playing homework sentences in which he brings the same thoughts he got when he was 16 copying gangsters to be cool.

His “famous” fast part in Cypher2 isn’t hard at all, it is very easy to speak/rap fast in korean.

Just because the translation in other language would be more difficult to speak/pronounce, has no value.

Korean vowels and consonants are so well put together, that it gives no problem for the jaw or tongue.

As to him not being able to live his contract - he was at any time free to live, in fact, at least according to what they promoted, he thought - same as Hoseok - a few times about leaving. When he went on that trip alone on the mountain shaving his head - again, an act of a douchebag trying to look badass.

He didn’t leave because what he’s doing is not rap, is getting attention.

He got it. and the money, but he ain’t no rapper.

Like in life, you see someone not knowing who they are, what they do, you like something, like I did with his solo-cd and then little by little you realise that the “cool” vibe is actually just someone who’s a douchebag, the “depressive” lyrics are nothing but a teenager copying gangsters and the kid is a monkey controlled by monsters, too stupid to sue their asses and start doing something with his life.


I don’t know about the “show me the money” what to say other than him trying again to brag about having money and not needing it to show it…? but that’s what he’s actually doing the entire time.

He made money out of wearing lipstick and trying to convince through lyrics that he’s a famous rapper.

As far as the collaboration with Suran and other goes, people only team up with them, because they know, like you said, that they’re fans are going support them individually, because they have to support all of them 7. Like Taehyung said - please love and support all of us 7.

They brought it very often, to make sure solo cd’s get the same amount of attention individually.

Though I believe when Taehyung and Jungkook will release their solo CD, it will be nothing like the little amount of attention Yoongi, Namjoon or Hoseok got.


Fans don’t even support BTS, they support their fantasies.

I am going to insert here some older post I’ve deleted form the other thread regarding Yoongi. Some of them were answered to other posts, so they are not related to each other


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I looked over some of Namjoon and Yoongi's rap verses. They were good for someone in their 20's, but honestly, they don't stand a chance compared with some of the top 20 rappers in South Korea.

None of them have progressed over the years. They talk quite much about childish stuff/from the perspective of a young person whose main problem is school.

The one song that I like both lyrical and musical is Tear.
I don't see how they will improve much staying in the band. If they haven't done it for 7 years, they won't do it now.


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My only doubt is the one of him initiating the whole thing. He has no balls, that's my opinion. I don't see what he could have gotten out of it. No one forced them into re-signing the contract. All this complaining about how hard it is, etc - dude, NOBODY is forcing you. Take your millions and get out. Illuminati or no Freemasonry - there are plenty of people in Korea who have sued and/or quit their dumb ass handlers. They still live.

Yoongi, Hoseok - they had their doubts, wanted out but then realized they want the money and the fake fame more than their integrity.

Now they signed their contracts. For 7 more years, well actually 9 years due to military. By the time they are out, they will going to be between 33 and 40. With absolutely nothing except some (?) money.

If they are still clear minded.

I don't see a good ending if they keep continuing with exposing themselves infront of children and filming shows where they play games for children aging 7-10. I don't know how long this thing with 14 y old girls calling them "my babies" is going to hold on until one of them has a breakdown.

Around the age of 23-24 the mind starts to grow up, even if you act as a child. It's an automatic process, the brain starts processing childhood, teenage years, parental relation. It's a process done in the subconscious, which is why many go nuts when it starts.

The more they hold on and go through with this shit, the more damage they are causing to themselves.

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BTS teaming up with Justin Bieber is going to be awful, I can feel it already.


http://instagr.am/p/CONmjkIpSaT/
https://pannative.blogspot.com/2019/02/eunwoo-and-moonbin-promoting-homosexual.html


http://instagr.am/p/COP9MGBIs6d/

http://instagr.am/p/CORxTefpeUM/

So fucking creepy, he’s almost 26. It would he creepy at any age, but to be this old and this sick, Jimin has some unresolved issues.


http://instagr.am/p/COP-khDoNK0/

They’re only wearing girls accessories

http://instagr.am/p/COPiv4Qo6IK/

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Oh, look. Bang pimpin Taehyung and BTS for yet another company.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CON8tujJuU5/?igshid=f8t5ghzne9yv

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Once you know how everything is arranged, who is paying magazines like “time” , everything being connected and part of the agenda, it is even funny sometimes to read this kind of articles.
At least they somehow said the truth - “a BTS fuelled empire”

https://time.com/collection/time100-companies/5953582/hybe/
 






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BTS teaming up with Justin Bieber is going to be awful, I can feel it already.


http://instagr.am/p/CONmjkIpSaT/
https://pannative.blogspot.com/2019/02/eunwoo-and-moonbin-promoting-homosexual.html


http://instagr.am/p/COP9MGBIs6d/

http://instagr.am/p/CORxTefpeUM/

So fucking creepy, he’s almost 26. It would he creepy at any age, but to be this old and this sick, Jimin has some unresolved issues.


http://instagr.am/p/COP-khDoNK0/

They’re only wearing girls accessories

http://instagr.am/p/COPiv4Qo6IK/

———


Oh, look. Bang pimpin Taehyung and BTS for yet another company.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CON8tujJuU5/?igshid=f8t5ghzne9yv

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Once you know how everything is arranged, who is paying magazines like “time” , everything being connected and part of the agenda, it is even funny sometimes to read this kind of articles.
At least they somehow said the truth - “a BTS fuelled empire”

https://time.com/collection/time100-companies/5953582/hybe/
i read about a collaboration with Taylor Swift too ..Hoseok seems uncomfortable by the expression , maybe he's tired to do fanservice
 






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i read about a collaboration with Taylor Swift too ..Hoseok seems uncomfortable by the expression , maybe he's tired to do fanservice
reaaaallyy...that would be a thing, since Bang bought scooter's label and is best buddies now with justin. both go against little miss americana.
 






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the caption/translation...

http://instagr.am/p/COSjZkJooao/
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Will Smith’s creepy gay son

http://instagr.am/p/CN9GippDqab/

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Read description and second slide

http://instagr.am/p/COU65FIALIS/
I had to look up what akgae means:

Akgae(악개) is a K-pop fandom term for a fanwho likes only one member of a music group and hates the others. It is an abbreviation of "akseong gaeinpaen" (악성개인팬) or "malicious individual fan”


Why is someone supposed to like all the members of a band??

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Don’t know who/what Amul is, but the cartoon is bad, not funny, they all have almost the same face and once again they’re portrayed as little weird grown-ups looking like children

https://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-in-india/amul-cartoon-bts-upcoming-single-butter-7297754/
 






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the caption/translation...

http://instagr.am/p/COSjZkJooao/
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Will Smith’s creepy gay son

http://instagr.am/p/CN9GippDqab/

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Read description and second slide

http://instagr.am/p/COU65FIALIS/
I had to look up what akgae means:

Akgae(악개) is a K-pop fandom term for a fanwho likes only one member of a music group and hates the others. It is an abbreviation of "akseong gaeinpaen" (악성개인팬) or "malicious individual fan”


Why is someone supposed to like all the members of a band??

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Don’t know who/what Amul is, but the cartoon is bad, not funny, they all have almost the same face and once again they’re portrayed as little weird grown-ups looking like children

https://indianexpress.com/article/trending/trending-in-india/amul-cartoon-bts-upcoming-single-butter-7297754/
Willow Smith actually coming out saying that she's polyamorous , don't know if you heard that
 






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Willow Smith actually coming out saying that she's polyamorous , don't know if you heard that
I have read it and it is so embarrassing. her way of thinking is very shallow. humans are not animals.

Every person is created in the image of God, that human sexuality reflects that image in terms of intimate love, communication, fellowship, subordination of the self to the larger whole, and fulfillment. God’s Word makes use of the marriage relationship as the supreme metaphor for His relationship with His covenant people and for revealing the truth that that relationship is of one God with one people. Therefore God’s plan for human sexuality is that it is to be expressed only in a monogamous lifelong relationship between one man and one woman within the framework of marriage. This is the only relationship that is divinely designed for the birth and rearing of children and is a union made in the sight of God, taking priority over every other human relationship
 






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