hollaback girl

This is the most in-depth analysis of a pop song I think I've ever seen: "I ain't no hollaback girl"


As if made-in-China "I support our troops" car magnets (so they won't ruin the paint) were anything more than hollering back.

It's always only the other side that is filled with blindly conforming sheep, isn't it?

The author is the provost of The King's College in NYC where, according to their home page, "We are not interested in creating a holy huddle. We are all about engagement – preparing students to be leaders in one of the strategic national institutions of our society."

Or explicators of pop songs.

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