Why wouldn't you just Google The Pixel Painter, much easier.
Speaking of "media", I love how Scene attacks the media and then acts like they are not part of the media or the culture. This is a very misleading article, that is making a lot of assumptions, and it seems that Sam isn't basing anything in this rant on fact. I don't think the media or really what we need to be talking about is the community looked for this girl because she is white, nice use of the term in your headline btw. What we need to do is jump to conclusions like you do in this article. I'm willing to bet that if this had been a black HB student that went missing; the school's community would have done the same thing.
When a girl goes missing in Hough or other areas, is it family neglect why it doesn't get to the media? There are spokespeople in those communities, Art McCoy for one, that do get the media involved. Let's be realistic, as someone who has had the joy of seeing the HB community in action this last few years as an outsider, the fact of the matter is, you get what you pay for. It had nothing to do about race, but everything to do with a good school looking out for it's own.
Ummm. I didn't know Thickfreakness, Girl is on My Mind, and 10 A.M. Automatic were from the new album, or the other twelve songs from their other six albums...
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