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    A View on the Expression "Get A Life"

    Well,

    in days like these and times that destroy alot of people with self science i want to express my view on the sentence: GET A LIFE.

    I heard it first 2001 on a forum, wu-tang.de, where i joined just to talk about hip hop music and the music of the hip hop collective Wu Tang Clan.
    The sentence was said to annoy other people because of their small life which was recognized throughout their as poor understood joinments on this forum. But what was said with this in a more expressed way? People that said this to others where sort of concious because they internalized hip hop and the music of Wu-Tang Clan and got a deeper understanding of their taste. They wanted to blame others and make clear they were something better. Most of these people where youth that had no orientation in life, how? In a society of the western civilisation the youth defines itself about musical taste which means people of other music are often disliked and who does not involve himself in specific world and group is seen as a looser and fool. That was exactly the cause these other people got put down.
    It was concerning because a whole generation had to find a way for itself. They tried to selectate the others. Now some of them are a name in rap music, some remained fans. I was a viewer of this process.

    The conclusion on this is. There is always a way up, because it is the way things are.



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    Uhhh...Excuse me, I don't mean to sound rude or anything, but, what are you talking about?

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    Your post very much resembles the end result of a google translation.

    You belong to a forum that I assume is very popular with wiggers. I got that.

    You are a fan of the Wu Tang Clan, an all negro hip-hop group. Check.

    "Get a life" is indeed used to demean another persons viewpoint, usually if that individual has opinions considered by the accuser of being ignorant or intolerant. When I was a teen and rebelled against my parents I would grow sick of their constant nagging. I would say "Get a life!" And they would respond: "We do! We are just trying to help you get one."

    ...they internalized hip hop and the music of Wu-Tang Clan and got a deeper understanding of their taste.
    They took hip-hop seriously?

    They wanted to blame others and make clear they were something better.
    Better than the Wu Tang Clan, or just hip-hop in general?

    Most of these people where youth that had no orientation in life, how?
    Too young for the Wu Tang Clan? Too young to have musical taste?

    In a society of the western civilisation the youth defines itself about musical taste which means people of other music are often disliked and who does not involve himself in specific world and group is seen as a looser and fool.
    Kind of like my opinion of wiggers and hip-hop.

    ...selectate...
    This should seriously be a real word.

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