One more reference I forgot. Have you ever listened to any of the songs from the original stage play of Hair?
I suggest you spend an hour and listen to the album. By today’s standards, you will find most of the songs offensive; however, this is because you works actually have to live during that era in order to understand the true satire, along with a deeper meaning, that is implied with each song, as well as the stage performance. (Late 60s, where the party sent stage actors into the audience, plus it has full frontal nudity in some scenes.)
Should you actually listen, you may explain to me what is or isn’t offensive and why.
I’d rather have a beer bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy.
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