Rebecca Black

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible in: 2036 (The 2037 Induction Ceremony)

Rebecca Black @ Wikipedia

Rebecca Black Videos

Will Rebecca Black be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
"Musical excellence is the essential qualification for induction."
   

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If Rebecca Black is nominated or inducted 25 years from now, on what day of the week will it happen?

Well, SOMEBODY had to ask!

Posted by Joe on Wednesday, 08.10.11 @ 19:55pm


If Rebecca Black can have a page, can I have one?

Posted by joker on Wednesday, 08.10.11 @ 20:26pm


I hereby apologize for voting "yes" for Rebecca Black. I assure you it was not intentional. Please do not kick me off this website. Thank you.

Posted by Joe on Friday, 08.12.11 @ 03:31am


An angry mob will descend on the rnrhof and burn it all down, joe.

Posted by GFW on Friday, 08.12.11 @ 11:55am


Keep voting yes, dumb-@ss. This is gonna be fun!

Posted by Carlos S on Sunday, 08.14.11 @ 20:35pm


Strange joke.

Posted by billy on Sunday, 08.14.11 @ 23:22pm


First of all, she has one track (a not so good one, either). This page should be removed and I'm not even kidding.

Posted by LL B on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 12:02pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OxWD85Ngz4

She has a new single out

My Moment

23 million views

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 12:36pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_BI0szjpxJs

Rebecca Black Friday - Get It?

Rebecca Black
Black Friday

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 12:39pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaYvhblaIAM

She is being home schooled now for high school because she was being teased and getting death threats.

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 12:42pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQwzraGb07w

Rebecca Black New Pop Sensation

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 12:43pm


People like you who voted Yes for Rebecca Black also voted Yes for:

Jordy
Ace Frehley
Jordan Knight
Todd Rundgren
INXS
Ready for the World

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 12:53pm


Other artists eligible in 2036:

Austra
Chris Medina
Cults
Frank Ocean
Iceage
Nicolas Jaar
Pure X
Puro Instinct
Rebecca Black
Sublime With Rome
SuperHeavy
The Throne
Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The Weeknd

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 12:55pm


Terrible about the death threats. Bullying has gotten WAY out of hand. However, are you saying she should be in the Hall of Fame because of one song?

Bizarre.

Posted by Mike on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 13:01pm


Strange how she is eligible for the Rock Hall the same year as The Weeknd, which is close to the weekend, which is mentioned in Rebecca Black's Friday.

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 13:08pm


Great job, Roy!

You've convinced me that Rebecca Black has a bright future in the music biz.

Vote yes, everybody.

Posted by joker on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 13:52pm


http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/rebecca-black-leaves-school-due-to-bullying-20110811?link=mostpopular1

Rebecca Black Leaves School Due to BullyingViral pop star will now be home schooled by her mother

By MATTHEW PERPETUA
AUGUST 11, 2011 2:25 PM ET

Viral pop star Rebecca Black has been pulled out of school after being bullied by her classmates in the wake of becoming an internet celebrity. The 14-year-old singer will now be home schooled by her mother Georgina Marquez, which will give her space to avoid harassment from her peers and time to focus on her career in music.

"When I walk by they'll start singing 'Friday' in a really nasally voice," Black told Nightline. "Or, you know, they'll be like, 'Oh hey, Rebecca, guess what day it is?'" The singer has also received death threats and endured some intense embarrassment after a malicious rumor that she was pregnant ended up getting published on CNN.com.

Posted by Roy on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 20:01pm


I heard her perform (part of) the National Anthem, and ironic as it is, I will vouch for this--she CAN sing. Very well. So why is her signature song such a piece of crud?

Posted by Joe on Monday, 08.15.11 @ 20:13pm


Four percent is way too high- then again, Britney Spears is at 51%, and that's too high, as well. hehe

Posted by JR on Saturday, 08.20.11 @ 21:38pm


<<Four percent is way too high- then again, Britney Spears is at 51%, and that's too high, as well. hehe

Posted by JR on Saturday, 08.20.11 @ 21:38pm>>

Rebecca Black's 4% beats Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch (3%) and Milli Vanilli (2%), if that means anything.

Posted by Joe on Tuesday, 08.23.11 @ 06:18am


I'd like to have all artist pages removed that haven't been in the industry for at least 5-7 years. It's ridiculous that "an artist" (and that's being very generous) can have one terrible track that didn't even register a blip on the music radar, yet there's one person that continues to vote and clear his/her cookies and vote again. And so on. And so on.

We need to bring some rules to the site.

Posted by Mike on Saturday, 09.3.11 @ 11:03am


she's amaze-balls. are you kidding me??

amaze-balls!!

Posted by CJ on Saturday, 09.3.11 @ 20:04pm


BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Ok, I'm good...no wait...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Alright, had to get that out of my system.

So if she gets one, where the hell is Tay Zonday's page? Stairway to Heaven has nothing on Chocolate Rain![/Sarcasm]

Posted by James on Friday, 09.9.11 @ 16:24pm


In defense of Rebecca Black:

She had a hit record AT AGE THIRTEEN. She has the attention of several of today's top artists (and I'll call Justin Bieber and Katy Perry "artists", at least for now). Exactly what were our accomplishments in our early teenage years? We weren't even in high school. And how many of us put a record in the Billboard Top 100 at ANY age?

By the way, she can sing. Have a look at other YouTube clips of her, singing something other than "Friday."

Now to attack Rebecca Black:

The song was not written by her. (On the other hand, this might be a defense.) Her parents put up the money (reportedly around $4000-5000) for the recording and the video, which used her friends as extras. I doubt that she is responsible for much pertaining to her career.

But think of this: Let's say, in the next 25 years, Rebecca Black becomes The Next Big Thing (capitalizing intentional). Let's say, just for the sake of argument, that she produces a breakthrough in the music industry that pretty much guarantees her a spot in the Hall. Let's say she is responsible for, as unlikely as it seems, the modern equivalent of the British Invasion.

She would be eligible for the Hall of Fame at age 38. Would that set some sort of record?

Posted by Joe on Thursday, 09.22.11 @ 02:43am


Funny that there are 24 comments on this particular act.

And, no, eligibility at 38 would not be a record. For one, Stevie Wonder released his first record at 13, I believe. More recently, Jackie Evancho released an album at the age of 9 1/2. And let's not forget that French sensation Jordy, who had a global smash at the tender age of 4/12.

None of these young acts will be considered for the HOF- more than likely- so all speculation is moot. :)

Posted by JR on Thursday, 09.22.11 @ 09:40am


She can sing, but her voice isn't that great.

I doubt she'll make anything pariticulary noteworthy, her second single was nowhere enar as popular as her first one (and the only reason that wa spopular was because of how bad it was)

Posted by GFW on Thursday, 09.22.11 @ 16:11pm


Rebecca WHO?

I mean, really! WHY this site includes people who aren't even ELIGIBLE for 25+ years is ridiculous!

Posted by ??? on Saturday, 09.24.11 @ 15:21pm


I'd be surprised if anyone remembers in five years, let alone in 25.

Posted by Frank on Saturday, 09.24.11 @ 16:19pm


I mean, really! WHY this site includes people who aren't even ELIGIBLE for 25+ years is ridiculous!

Posted by ??? on Saturday, 09.24.11 @ 15:21pm

This site has a page for everyone from Adam Sandler to John Travolta to Scarlett Johansson, so it's not at all surprising to see Rebecca Black on here as well. Personally, I think Rebecca Black is one of the best examples of the "15 Minutes of Fame" dishonour to come around in years, and having the most disliked video in the history of YouTube definitely gives at least a bit of perspective of what the general public thinks of her (or at least her signature "hit")

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Monday, 09.26.11 @ 07:47am


In fact, I'm surprised nobody's requested a page for Tom Green or Rob Schneider yet, probably shouldn't say that too loudly!!

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Monday, 09.26.11 @ 07:50am


<<...And, no, eligibility at 38 would not be a record. For one, Stevie Wonder released his first record at 13, I believe. More recently, Jackie Evancho released an album at the age of 9 1/2. And let's not forget that French sensation Jordy, who had a global smash at the tender age of 4/12.>>

Thanks, JR; I had forgotten about Stevie Wonder's early works, though he was inducted at an age much later than 38 (13 years old + 25 years before first eligible), partly because of default--because there was no Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when he was 38. (The same could probably be said about Michael Jackson.) As for Jackie Evancho and Jordy, neither of them made the Hall--yet--so maybe they will get the record. Or maybe not.

Posted by Joe on Tuesday, 09.27.11 @ 05:28am


Billie Joe Armstrong released his first album when he was only 5 in 1977.

Posted by Giovanna on Wednesday, 10.5.11 @ 11:09am


Rebecca Black, no! Roberta Flack, yes!

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 10.15.11 @ 08:52am


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfVsfOSbJY0

Rebecca Black - Friday - Official Music Video

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 10.15.11 @ 08:58am


The rapper in the music video for Friday looks like Usher!

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 10.15.11 @ 09:29am


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FDVzaTMF-ps

The inspiration for Rebecca Black's Friday

Alexander O'neal & Cherelle - Saturday Love

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.16.11 @ 20:30pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IH9cR4U2mHI

The inspiration for Rebecca Black's Friday

Jade - Every Day of the Week

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.16.11 @ 20:30pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wa2nLEhUcZ0

The inspiration for Rebecca Black's Friday

The Cure - Friday I'm In Love

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.16.11 @ 20:31pm


The inspirations for Rebecca Black's Friday

Alexander O'neal & Cherelle - Saturday Love

Jade - Every Day of the Week

The Cure - Friday I'm In Love

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.16.11 @ 20:56pm



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wLGciG2a1I8

Love & Kisses 1978 Thank God It's Friday

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 10.16.11 @ 23:10pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=24yUUHYlJEI

Hitler's reaction after hearing Rebecca Black's "Friday"

Posted by Roy on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 07:26am


Thanks for posting the Hitler parody, Roy. Very funny!

Posted by Paul in KY on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 12:44pm


Just clicked on voting statistics and this is who people are currently voting "no" for:

Most No Votes From the Last 1000 Cast

1. Rihanna 11
2. Justin Bieber 10
3. Rebecca Black 8
4. Katy Perry 8
5. Avril Lavigne 8
6. LMFAO 8
7. Jordan Knight 7
8. Jordy 7
9. Jason Derulo 7
10. Willow Smith 6

*Breathes sigh of relief* There IS justice in the world after all, we're only missing Ke$ha from that list and it would be complete!!

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 14:34pm


Nicely played, Tahvo.

I'm convinced there's a conspiracy going on becauase I continue to see yes votes for Rebecca Black and Justin Bieber and Katy Perry. Seriously? In all honesty I think either of the two should happen:

A) Ban those stupid bitches for voting yes (IP addresses are tracked)

B) Restrict ANY ARTIST from even having a page for 5-7 years. (And this falls solely on the page owners. Come on peeps - let's be real!)

Let's be honest....no artist will ever do anything RRHOF worthy within their first couple years in the music business.

Posted by Mike on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 15:26pm


Yeah regarding those above mentioned, Justin Bieber's got a rabid fan base of pre-pubescent teenyboppers so that's why he has yes votes and Jordan Knight was in NKOTB so those yes votes for him are probably coming from NKOTB fans (aka "Blockheads" as they appropriately call themselves).

But I honestly don't understand how any of the others even have more than 10% yes votes. Especially since the question asks "Will ___ be inducted?" not "Should?" or "Do you think?" And it's painfully obvious that there is no way 38% of people think Rebecca Black will be inducted.

I'm guessing this is sort of like the Britney Spears or Backstreet Boys pages, where someone was clearly rigging the voting. I smell a conspiracy!

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 15:40pm


Also, it's kind of sad, really, how Rebecca Black already has 40+ comments on her page and over 300 people have voted when there are dozens of real Hall of Fame worthy actual artists on this site who have little to no commentary and a dismal number of votes. Really proves how far hype can get you.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 15:43pm


I think Rebecca Black is a brilliant artist. To the crude unwashed masses her music may seem sub-par. But to more informed music fans, her music is much more subtle. While it seems simplistic, formulaic and derivative to the untrained ear, to a true musical connoisseur the subversive and deconstructive elements of her art become evident. Her music is in truth a satire of the popular music genre it only ostensibly reflects. By reducing pop music to its most minimal conventional elements, Ms. Black brilliantly decodes the semiotic structure underlying pop music and refracts it back on itself. In doing so, in placing pop music within quotations marks, she incisively reconstitutes pop music at its essential core. This places Ms. Black at the very forefront of the musical avante garde as music progresses into the next decade.

Posted by astrodog on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 15:44pm


astro, your analysis reminds me of a comment I once read regarding a song called "Clowny Clown Clown" (or something like that) by Crispin Glover. Basically, the author of the comment wrote the song was "esoteric in its depiction of the inevitability of human mortality."

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 15:48pm


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rH6b_lSQst0

There's the song for anyone interested. Hey, it's better than "Friday!"

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 15:49pm


Wanna know what's really hilarious? Rebecca Black has a page after doing a couple songs, but LeAnn Rimes who also started recording at the same age of 13 and who has been recording for 15 years doesn't have a page.

Posted by joker on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 16:20pm


I can't believe Leann Rimes isn't here yet. Report her!

Posted by Roy on Wednesday, 10.19.11 @ 20:18pm


Amaze-balls.

You are the future of ROCK.

Posted by Mike on Friday, 11.4.11 @ 12:13pm


If she's not inducted I'll killy myslef. Best artist EVER, of all time!!!

Posted by Kelly Kc on Monday, 11.7.11 @ 16:34pm


I tend to agree. Rebecca is the future and her one song is MORE than enough for induction.

Seriously though, why does she even have a page for voting with ONE SONG??

Posted by Marissa on Tuesday, 11.8.11 @ 09:47am


I think I found her spiritual predecessors-The Shaggs.

Posted by astrodog on Thursday, 11.17.11 @ 04:53am


Except the Shaggs were actually talented.

I mean, if Frank Zappa says you're better than the Beatles, well, Frank Zappa doesn't lie.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Thursday, 11.17.11 @ 05:37am


Zappa was also admittedly, a bit up his own arse.

Rebecca Blackc can actually sing unlike The SHaggs.

Posted by GFW on Thursday, 11.17.11 @ 11:08am


LOL, yeah I was kidding.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Thursday, 11.17.11 @ 11:24am


The parody I wrote above actually applies to the Shaggs. It's just a very predictable human impulse: really bad is actually good, really simple is actually complex, amateurism is actually virtuosity, stupidity is genius. People take that Zappa quote in earnest.

Posted by astrodog on Thursday, 11.17.11 @ 13:13pm


I know that it's funny to laugh at her, but I think that this place is not really suitable for her, I mean c'mon people...

Posted by Ernie on Saturday, 01.21.12 @ 08:08am


It's ridiculous that she has 39% yes votes. She doesn't even have an album people.

Posted by Mike on Saturday, 01.21.12 @ 11:08am


That Mike, is the result of people voting not for who's more worthy, but simply for a laugh.

Posted by GFW on Saturday, 01.21.12 @ 11:29am


NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! XO

Posted by Stephanie on Friday, 02.3.12 @ 19:35pm


Hell NOOOOOO!!!! if she makes it for writing songs she doesnt even write which are songs that a 3 year old could write then i will punch my self a million times because she is not Rock n roll. That better be a joke. Its nice she has a rich daddy but knock it off you are only producing a fart through music. Thank you Corey Taylor you deserve to make the Hall.

Posted by Steven on Friday, 02.17.12 @ 14:52pm


I don't know if she will get in
She has. nice voice time will tell

Posted by Happy on Wednesday, 03.21.12 @ 22:37pm


I don't know if she will get in
She has. nice voice time will tell

Posted by Happy on Wednesday, 03.21.12 @ 22:37pm


Nobody legitimately liked Friday

Posted by Marth on Monday, 01.21.13 @ 18:30pm


I would rather see The Moody Blues or Emerson, Lake and Palmer inducted than this waste of a singer!

Posted by Andrew on Saturday, 02.2.13 @ 23:30pm


Rebecca Black will be eligible for the R&RHOF at age 38, but Jordy will be eligible for the R&RHOF in 2018 at age thirty. Of course, the oldest singer that will ever be eligible for the R&RHOF is Barney the Purple Dinosaur, who will be 88,002,018 years old when he is finally eligible in 2018.

Strangely enough, Barbie Millicent (yes, the doll) had a record out in 1960 or 1961, making 1986 her effective date of eligibility; and Strawberry Shortcake had a record out in 1981 (she covers "Celebrate", the Kool and the Gang song) making 2006 her effective date of eligibility.

Posted by Gregory Pietsch on Wednesday, 11.6.13 @ 22:11pm


Strangely enough, Barbie Millicent (yes, the doll) had a record out in 1960 or 1961, making 1986 her effective date of eligibility; and Strawberry Shortcake had a record out in 1981 (she covers "Celebrate", the Kool and the Gang song) making 2006 her effective date of eligibility.

Posted by Gregory Pietsch on Wednesday, 11.6.13 @ 22:11pm
--------------------------------------------------
Barbie had a last name?! This is the first time in my entire life that I ever heard this!

Where'd she get this last name? Is this Ken's last name? This is all new info to me, as the only time I ever bothered to worry about Barbie Doll's was when I could launch a Star Destroyer attack on her Malibu Beach House. My buddies & I bruised a few female psyches w/our all-out assaults on Barbie & Ken's domesticated bliss.

Fact is, when you can combine the full might of Star Wars, G.I. Joe, & the Transformers, you have to use it somewhere...

Posted by Cheesecrop on Thursday, 11.7.13 @ 05:41am


"Of course, the oldest singer that will ever be eligible for the R&RHOF is Barney the Purple Dinosaur who will be 88,200,18 years old when he is eligible in 2018"

CHILDRENS MUSIC IN THE HALL????? That is the dumbest thing I have ever heard. Childrens music should not be considered. And why should BARNEY be inducted into ANY Hall of Fame. Also Rebecca Black could be children's music because "Friday" sounds like it was written by a kindergartener. I mean, I didn't hear it for the first time until just this week. And she sounds like a preschooler dadgummit. And most of the stuff I like is way beyond her. And I am in the generation of kids that hates on her. Most of my favorite musicians from each decade on are these people:

50's: Chuck Berry,Elvis,Buddy Holly,Fats Domino, Little Richard
60's: The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Allman Brothers Band, Stevie Wonder
70's: Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith,Lynyrd Skynyrd,ZZ Top,Earth Wind & Fire
80's: Michael Jackson,Stevie Ray Vaughan, Van Halen, Guns N'Roses
90's: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Blink-182, Nirvana, Pearl Jam
00's: Kelly Clarkson, Justin Timberlake, Eminem, Coldplay
10's: Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Adele, Imagine Dragons

See all of that is REAL music compared to Rebecca Black's computer bratty voice. And most of these people are in the Hall or will be at some point. Rebecca? HELL NO!!!

Posted by Karl Singleton on Monday, 03.17.14 @ 10:04am


Glad to see Karl's not afraid to defy the popular opinion and kill some sacred cows.

Posted by GFW on Monday, 03.17.14 @ 14:38pm


Forgot some people

70's: Santana
80's: The Police
00's: Maroon 5

I also like Eric Clapton but can't designate him to a decade.

Posted by Karl Singleton on Monday, 03.17.14 @ 22:37pm


Out of all my artists tell me what yall like. PS. Here is the list:

50's: Chuck Berry, Elvis, Buddy Holly, Fats Domino, Little Richard
60:s: The Beach Boys, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Who, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Allman Brothers Band, Stevie Wonder
70's: Led Zeppelin, The Eagles, Santana, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith, Lynyrd Skynyrd, ZZ Top, Earth Wind & Fire
80's: Michael Jackson, Stevie Ray Vaughan, The Police, Van Halen, Guns N' Roses
90's: Red Hot Chili Peppers, Green Day, Blink-182, Nirvana, Pearl Jam
00's: Kelly Clarkson, Justin Timberlake, Eminem, Coldplay, Maroon 5
10's: Taylor Swift, Katy Perry, Adele, Imagine Dragons

Tell me which ones y'all like or give a review of these guys no matter how long it takes to comment

Posted by Karl Singleton on Monday, 03.17.14 @ 22:48pm


Here is how I ranked them based upon what I liked the most:

1. The Eagles
2. Led Zeppelin
3. The Allman Brothers Band
4. ZZ Top
5. The Beatles
6. Stevie Ray Vaughan
7. Red Hot Chili Peppers
8. Stevie Wonder
9. Elvis
10. Queen
11. Creedence Clearwater Revival
12. The Rolling Stones
13. Van Halen
14. Kelly Clarkson
15. Chuck Berry
16. Aerosmith
17. Katy Perry
18. The Beach Boys
19. The Who
20. Santana
21. Adele
22. Coldplay
23. Green Day
24. Michael Jackson
25. Buddy Holly
26. Maroon 5
27. Justin Timberlake
28. Blink-182
29. Guns N' Roses
30. Imagine Dragons
31. Lynyrd Skynyrd
32. Earth Wind & Fire
33. Fats Domino
34. Taylor Swift
35. Nirvana
36. Eric Clapton
37. Eminem
38. Pink Floyd
39. The Police
40. Pearl Jam
41. Little Richard

I added Queen because I forgot how much I liked them

Posted by Karl Singleton on Saturday, 03.29.14 @ 22:18pm


It's really exciting that Rebecca Black has so many recent Yes votes. Woot woot!

Posted by KING on Sunday, 05.25.14 @ 01:25am


Rebecca is a shoe-in!

Posted by WTF on Sunday, 06.22.14 @ 08:18am


Yes, but a shoe in WHAT exactly? Nyuk nyuk nyuk.

Posted by Philip on Monday, 06.23.14 @ 19:50pm


I'd be surprised if anyone remembers in five years, let alone in 25.

Posted by Frank on Saturday, 09.24.11 @ 16:19pm

I remember

Posted by Max on Tuesday, 02.16.16 @ 15:18pm


CHILDRENS MUSIC IN THE HALL????? That is the dumbest thing I have ever heard. Childrens music should not be considered.

Posted by Karl Singleton on Monday, 03.17.14 @ 10:04am

#InductWiggles

Posted by Max on Tuesday, 02.16.16 @ 15:20pm


Nada chance.

Posted by Jason Voigt on Friday, 06.3.16 @ 12:34pm


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