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  10. "I truly believe that when you’re young, you should think that the world is yours and you can do whatever the fuck you want with it, and people should get out of your way. As you get older, though, you realize— and this is good news, but it’s also devastating— that there will be love that will die and love that you can’t understand anymore. I don’t think I would disappear or die or kill myself if this love disappeared— I may wish I did, but life would just go on. That’s the bleakness in this album, and it’s the nature of reality. It’s a motherfucker. The more joy we feel, the more we know that there’s suffering and pain in the world. You can’t know one without having a realization of the other."
    — Wayne Coyne talks to Larry Fitzmaurice about 30 years of the Flaming Lips and the band’s new album, The Terror (via pitchfork)
     
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  15. THE SCANDAL THAT ROCKED AMERICA

    CALL IT ‘BOOTY DANCING,’ ‘GRINDING’ OR ‘THE NASTY’ — BUT SOME ARE CALLING IT TOO MUCH, WITH MOVES THAT GO A FEW STEPS TOO FAR … Dirty Dancing


    BYLINE:    Kirk Kicklighter; Staff 
    DATE: March 8, 2001 
    PUBLICATION: The Atlanta Journal and The Atlanta Constitution 
    EDITION: Home; The Atlanta Constitution 
    SECTION: Features 
    PAGE: C1

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    (excerpt)

    Dana Gallaty, a seventh grader at Fayette Middle School, doesn’t booty dance, though her other dance moves would look smooth even on “Soul Train.” She says her teachers and chaperones usually issue warnings aboutbooty dancing, then kick students out of dances if the behavior persists.

    "Some kids think it’s cool, but I don’t do it," Gallaty adds. "It doesn’t seem right for us to be doing that on a dancefloor.”

    Principal Paul Bianchi of Atlanta’s Paideia School reached the same conclusion after some seventh- and eighth-graders did the booty at a school function last fall.

    "It wasn’t like the devil had descended on Ponce de Leon Avenue, but the faculty decided it was too much too soon, so we put an end to it," Bianchi says. "We were also conscious not to promote a sense of shame around it… . Sex is a fact of life, and sexuality among youth is a reality."

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    THIS IS SO REAL