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misunderstood

We been knew

Also check the date, no shocker here

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NotMyFlop
1 minute ago, misunderstood said:

We been knew

Also check the date, no shocker here

i genuinely didn’t. i really thought he was the idealized masculine male of the times. i thought he represented the american dream. :toofunny:

guess he still does though. :ally:

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Blond

People need to stop judging the standards of then with standards of now.

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Ryusei

if you were to inspect any male star's past statements or actions you could cancel every single one. + he's dead....

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Gam

If I see John Wayne disappear from my playlist someones getting sued

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Amidana

Yep. And all the men be like that, queen gaga is right again 😌💅 

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misunderstood
1 minute ago, Blond said:

People need to stop judging the standards of then with standards of now.

Shocking coming from you :awkney:

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NotMyFlop
Just now, Blond said:

People need to stop judging the standards of then with standards of now.

i disagree. 

white supremacy is and was always evil. in the 70s, they KNEW it was bad but did it anyways because it served them well. 

him saying f*g? sure. 

 

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CyanLights
4 minutes ago, NotMyFlop said:

i genuinely didn’t. i really thought he was the idealized masculine male of the times. i thought he represented the american dream. :toofunny:

 

Thats the problem, he is still viewed this way by many Americans despite all the stuff he has said. 

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come to papa

This thread has been done a year ago and also you have to consider what time he was living in.

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