SarcasticFark: I'm a closet Glee fan and I haz a sad.
Girion47: we need a shiatty a capella version of Another One Bites the Dust.
Delay: So, when and where is his estate sale?
Errk: See You Next Tuesday: Errk: [www.mentalfloss.com image 300x317]R.I.P. Heroic First ResponderYou must be old like meYep. Pretty bad when I saw the name and he was the first guy I though of.
patagoniantoothfish: RIP Monteiths[www.designworks.co.nz image 561x422]/hot/best served cold
paulseta: To many millions of Americans, Cory Monteith was the prophet of their crusade for musical equality. He was their voice of anguish, their eloquence in humiliation, their battle cry for human dignity. He forged for them the weapons of nonviolence that withstood and blunted the ferocity of music criticism.And to many millions of Americans, he was one of a group of performers who preserved the bridge of communication between musical subcultures when musical differences threatened the United States in this decade, as Glee performers and their fans sought the full freedom pledged to them before by Lady Gaga, Madonna, N-Sync, and Milli Vanilli.To the world Cory Monteith had the stature that accrued to a potential winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, a man with access to the White House and the Vatican; a veritable hero in the African states that were just emerging from colonialism.In his dedication to non-violence, Monteith was caught between Glee and normal music extremists as musical tensions erupted into arson, gunfire and looting in many of the nation's cities during the summer of 2013.Militant Glee fans, with the cry of, "burn, baby burn," argued that only by violence and segregation could the Glee fan attain self-respect, dignity and real equality in the United States.
ThatDarkFellow: Cory Monteith ________ so that George Zimmerman can live.He's the hero we deserve.
Errk: [www.mentalfloss.com image 300x317]R.I.P. Heroic First Responder
Alunan: [images.wikia.com image 640x478][jennechrisville.files.wordpress.com image 628x434]It's always the pretty ones...
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