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Columbine Whose Fault Is It Anyway Controversial to the core Marilyn Manson does it again He never ceases to amaze me with his blunt commentary on human beings and their nature In Columbine Whose fault is it Manson continues to display his rebellious attitude with that kick of intellectual sass using the Bible and information from the Clinton Lewinsky scandal to prove his points The topic as if I would expect any thing less is direct and straight to the point He only deviates from the main subject to elaborate on a fact or to clarify a possibly vague statement For the most part he only uses relevant documented facts citing as well as thoroughly explaining them and their relevance in his article His cynical sense of humor also comes into play here His ideas challenge those of the main stream causing one to think for ones self In turn causing one to be more open minded and receptive to constructive criticism on existing ideas No man is perfect unfortunately Although trying to promote its deterrence he utilizes stereotypes himself Deep down most adults hate people who go against the grain as well as how America has become one big mall are two examples of flagrant stereotypical behavior on Mansons part Manson uses a strong and descriptive yet not overwhelming vocabulary Overall I would say that it is solid article based on the fact that he sets a foundation for all of his claims and miscellaneous statements His emphasis is mainly on violence and how media and its components music television etc cannot be blamed for negative actions performed by those who take it in If a kid is old enough to drive a car or buy a gun isnt he old enough to be held personally responsible for what he does with his car or gun Meaning that if a person is believed to be mature enough to decide to
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