siagon so wack for this. fuck outta here nigga, its america and%3Ca href="http://jveepeqhu.com"%3E ngaigs%3C/a%3E have the freedom to say whatever the fuck they want. its on you to raise your own damn kids. why he say the two rappers who are getting the most spins right now, instead of saying the people who might actually promote wild shit. rick ross and 2chainz rap the most generic shit ever theyre lyrics arent anything to be broken down to see the message the sending. 50cent one of the most influential rappers in the game is steady cosigning chief keef, why he aint name they names. 50 will give siagon the publicity he's craving right now. get at the program directors, the labels, not 2chainz fuck outta here
u r seriously saniyg if a man does not want he's kids to hear bad lyrics,that's the parents responsbility alone it'S a brain dead world sai my brother,forgive them! they not worth it to me. it's not becoz u don't understand saigon,it's becoz ur so confused about urselves, u don't understand him! that's it.u were never be raised in a responsible home urself, so thats why u don't understand sai. becoz theres nothin not to understand about that clean pure message. u beat ur children when they do something wrong prolly, right? yes u do, coz u that kind, if u support these dumb rappers. u r not responsible u r a loser not to understand this.these labels r winning. u realy listen to these songs at home with ur kids?Extrasupermadness.watch ur kids become that what will hurt u 1day and u know that it's not cool.but ur just pure idiots u need some sort of brain checking!
I served with second platoon from April '71 to Nov '73 on post at USAID and JUSPAO, platoon guide (LT Hoysa and LT Hollister were Plt Cmdrs) and also as assistant mess chief (with Gunny Greenman)toward the end of my tour. I happened upon your website and have enjoyed it very much. Especially enjoyed the odds and ends. They brought back many fond memories. Thanks for a job well done. I retired in 1994 after 25 years and still count my posting to Saigon as one of the highlights of my tour as a Marine.