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  1. I just got mine but it's interesting how they officially licensed a bootleg shirt. I got the 87 bootleg shirt with the same graphics in the front and back at the show from a man selling them while we were in traffic getting out of the stadium.
  2. There have been major hackings going on. Could Two Steps showing up on ITunes be part of this: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/fbi-gives-hollywood-hacking-victims-surprising-advice-pay-ransom-1001515
  3. So happy this cunts latest shitfest of a song is flopping. #karma
  4. 694 followers!! Say no more. #Peasant
  5. Good for her. She seems like a beautiful genuine soul. I hope her career does take off
  6. It is a ridiculous comparison. Don't people realize that Eva was dead when that movie was made and that M is still alive?? There is a big difference and no point to that comparison. People are truly fucking stupid...
  7. Great news! He's fucking scum
  8. His response is spot on. Never say never I suppose.
  9. I wish they would work together again but I support M and whatever she wants to do
  10. And its Garbage! But anyway back on topic.
  11. LDLHA for sure. I lived in Miami and they played it on all the pop stations anyway in 1985 and as far as 1987 from what I remember. They should have released it after Dress You Up in the fall of 85. They whomever that is fucked up. It would have been top 10 for sure but I suspect they might have pulled the plug due to fear of over exposure. You could not escape Madonna in 1985, her presence was felt everywhere.
  12. Anyone need a psychic reading? Call Miss Cleo!
  13. LOL! to this!!!
  14. This is a brilliant and epic idea on so many levels! Hope this actually happens. If it does I can see M being involved in this... As inauguration day draws closer, Robert Reich — the former Labor Secretary in President Bill Clinton’s administration — has taken to social media to advocate for an anti-Trump concert in Washington, D.C., during the January 20 inauguration. "Someone just suggested to me a televised ‘freedom concert’ to air at the same time as the inauguration -- with huge celebrities like Beyoncé and Jay Z, Madonna, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake, Gaga, Bruce Springsteen, and so on,” Reich wrote on Facebook. “Alec Baldwin MC’s the event, playing Trump as he does on SNL." http://www.advocate.com/politics/2016/12/21/will-madonna-katy-perry-beyonce-offer-alternative-trump-inauguration