If you have a twitter account, you've tweeted something stupid. We all have at some point, I sure know I have. Since I average about .35 likes per tweet, I often forget about the power I have in my pocket, but any inconsequential, trivial thought could potentially be seen by millions.
I wonder if this guy, Scott knew that before sending out this tweet to Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello yesterday?
This is such an outrageous tweet that maybe he's the one being ironic? Does he know who he's tweeting at? What was he listening to before? Did he get Rage Against the Machine confused New Kids on the Block? I cannot believe a real person with a brain (there's a chance it wasn't!) said that. How does his vote count as much as mine or yours? How out of touch can on person be? Has anybody ever been more late to the party than Scottie boy? What exactly did you think that name was in reference to?
(After I tweeted that out I saw many similar jokes; I swear none influenced me...it's not exactly the most difficult quip to think of, but it gets the point across! Also, his tweet is deleted when I look at twitter on my laptop, but that still shows up on my phone....weird!)
I guess it's a simple mistake. I mean how could someone think there's some sort of political message behind this?
Luckily, Tom Morello was nice enough to let Scott in on his little secret that Rage Against the Machine's music addresses political and social issues.
Ken Jennings from the top rope!!!!
I still don't understand how saying Black Lives Matter and police brutality should stop is somehow a political issue and not a basic human rights issue, but here we are. Scott Castaneda, i'm sorry to break it to you, but Rage Against the Machine has contained "political bs" from their first note. Tough break bro, there's always Franz Ferdinand.