Barry "worships" fellow Satanist Nazi's

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    Dylan is a "satanist Nazi"?






    :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    I saw this story and just figgered it's Obama pandering to a certain demographic. No way he's a Dylan fan.
     
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    I'm not a Dylan fan myself, but there's no denying his incredible influence on American Music.
     
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    "Barry 'worships' fellow Satanist Nazi's"

    I freakin' dare you to come up with five words more packed with hyperbole than that. Too funny.

    By the way, it would be "Nazis", not "Nazi's". Apostrophe not needed.

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    I never understood his popularity until I realized he covered a lot of old Blues standards. I wouldn't exactly call that "incredible".
     

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