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Top 5 People I Wish Were Dead

list is people i think the world would be better served if they were dead.
1 Jay-Z
when he should have died: in the 99 problems video (so like 2003?)


Presumably some other rapper would have done the introduction to Rihanna's
"Umbrella" and that would have been fine... that's really the only thing he's done
since 2003 that hasn't been a complete, unadulterated tax on creativity.
2 Lance Armstrong
when he should have died: right after he won that last thing that he won


Because WHO GIVES A FUCK ABOUT CYCLING.
3 Adele
When she should have died: immediately after she was born


Fat bitch makes terrible, racially charged hate-music to push her universal
message of hate across the universe. No thanks.
4 The Xbox 360 and americans who own an xbox 360
When it should have died: as soon as Metal Gear Solid 4 came out, there was no reason for you to own


american console gamers are, for the most part, the scum of the universe. thanks
for destroying everything we built up during our childhood.
5 not sure who else
text me some suggestions
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