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Thursday, January 13, 2011

Money for nothin' and your chicks for free Dire Straits Banned

Canadian rock group Dire Straits music banned for being to vulgar; song banned from youtube facebook canada; states unavailable in your country McCarthyism? For decadesDire Straits music has been played without any such controversy? Dire Straights music banned wow they lived right up the street from us in Vancouver BC.. Now decades later they decided to banned a song of there's decades later whats up with that? Why don't they start with banning cartoons like family guy .. south park ect,,? they are way more vulgar?

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This youtube link works for Canadians? but for who knows how long?

pre 1990's those were the days when the whole album was a hit not like today.

When I first of heard this news of the the banning of
Dire Straits I was shocked I thought is was cause of the lyrics; Money for nothing chicks for free? its like the American controversy with tom sawyer and the N word?

I want my MTV

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See the little faggot with the earring and the makeup
Yeah buddy that’s his own hair
That little faggot got his own jet airplane
That little faggot he’s a millionaire
Dire Straits Lyric

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