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UK's Channel 4 Highlights Spread of "Straightedge"

Channel 4 in the UK recently did a segment highlighting how the counter-culture of being "straightedge" or "straightedging", and hardcore music, is spreading from America to the shores of Europe. Topics of conversation include drinking, sex, dancing, and much more. The 8-minute clip from the Richard and Judy show can be downloaded here.

Source: siN's Metal News

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1. madk writes:

What this show called the veganfaggutpalooza hour?!!! Fukk edgers and the b****azs
courage crew. Motherfukk you I aint scared of these self-righteous morons!

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2. xGemmax writes:

Was I acting self righteous, no i don't believe i was. Get a clue and don't be such a narrow minded prick. My Life, My Choice. You don't like it. Gutted On you.

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3. BLACKDOG writes:

Gimme a f***ING BREAK !!! The U.K. is once againe blaiming the f***ed up behavior of their youth on th U.S. .Look folk's don't get bent out of shape over this.Everytime I go to JAMAICA on vacation I meet many people from the U.K. and their the coolest I'd ever met next to German Women.(German Men can be pricks to put it lightly)This is just more narrow minded non sense from their equivalent of our Concervatives.It's not even worth acknowledgeing.If you've ever seen a British Adult Flm you know they are just as bad if not worse than we'll ever be .

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