yes, it pisses me off
no, I like it
don't care, yaaaawn
It doesn't offend me necessarily, but I just don't think they should give these guys the publicity.
who cares what Rolling Stone does, this is a non story
That kid has pop star charisma that just can't be denied. Chicks just dig him. I think its the hair and eyebrows. When is his album coming out? Does he have a music video on Youtube yet? He's gonna be the biggest star since the Night Stalker*.
*By the time of the trial, ("Night Stalker")Ramirez had fans who were writing him letters and paying him visits. Beginning in 1985, freelance magazine editor Doreen Lioy wrote him nearly 75 letters during his incarceration. In 1988 he proposed to her, and on October 3, 1996, they were married in California's San Quentin State Prison. Before Ramirez's death, Lioy stated that she would commit suicide when Ramirez was executed. However, Doreen Lioy and Richard Ramirez eventually separated and at the time of his death, Richard Ramirez was engaged to a twenty-three year old writer who was residing between Los Angeles and New York City.
It's not the first time a magazine posted a cover that was in incredibly poor taste, and it won't be the last. I found it offensive, and am not unhappy to hear that some distributors are refusing to stock it.
I'm way too busy trying to be a good husband,good father, good grandfather to give a crap about who is on the cover of Rolling Stone.
I'm way too busy trying to keep the company I built afloat,prospering,and expanding in these tough economic times to give give a crap about who is on the cover of Rolling Stone.
I'm way too busy worrying about the money I have on the stock market to give a crap about who is on the cover of Rolling Stone.
I really just don't have any time to give a crap about who is on the cover of Rolling Stone.
But since you seemed to have the time ,and seemed to give a crap about who is on the cover of Rolling Stone,you can do it for me.
"Offend" is a pretty strong word. I wouldn't say I'm offended, but I'm definitely shaking my head.
I was also shaking my head when they put Snooki on the cover, and after they put Obama on the cover for the 729th time . I shake my head when I read anything political in that magazine, Rolling Stone's narrative is that conservatives are stuck in the 50's, while failing to realize that they are stuck in the 60's.
I have a subscription to this rag, and I look forward to reading the story. I'm a father with teen-aged kids and I will encourage them to read the story, understand that he is a monster and the lowest form of life possible, and that evil often comes masked by a pretty face. I will use this as a teachable moment, in which I can help my kids understand that you can't judge a book by it's cover (a lesson that is harder than ever for kids to learn these days, what with the sensationalistic media and all).
The magazine shouldn't be banned, IMHO, the First Amendment is here for all of us.