Roger Daltrey is a GREAT MAN. Not only does he have a great voice, but he’s avoided the trappings of the modern musician: i.e. left-wing cuckoldry and beta-male ankle grabbing. Notice how Daltrey supported the Brexit. He understands that he’s part of a great nation, and that the cultural traditions of that nation are paramount. In short, you cannot turn London into Mogadishu and still have “jolly-old England.”
Instead, London will continue to have female circumcision, honor killings, and acid attacks. Warning: If you thought British cooking was bad, then you’ll long for the days of a jacket potato and a warm pint of ale.
One can only imagine the threats that Daltrey has received from the soy-boy English crowd, as well and the purple-hair factions of feminism. Good thing that he doesn’t give a f*ck. #StillHepersisted
Today we pay tribute to Roger Daltrey. This noble song (“After the Fire”) was not appreciated when it emerged in 1985. But yet, it was great. A song about the aftermath of a breakup. Two people, going their separate ways. Two ships that crossed in the night but weren’t meant to be.
And yet, he still loves her. For they shared the magic of a human touch. The passion of a moment in time, now dissipated….after the fire, the fire still burns!!!
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