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By Varlam Shalamov; John Glad (Translator)
By William F. Gavin
Katy Perry can count fewer Muslims among her fan base after the release of the video for her new single, “Dark Horse.”
Inspired by the inkblot-themed music video for the song “Crazy” by Gnarls Barkley, this video declares to Bush: “We think you’re crazy / Both you and Cheney / Your reality’s hazy / Embarrassingly.”
This 1985 anti-drug music video was the only such work to ever be sponsored by the White House. Featuring Ah-nold, Whitney Houston, David Hasselhoff and Nancy Reagan, it is a bygone, cheesy reminder of the nation’s fight against drugs.
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Posted on May 6, 2015
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