GridcosmLevel 2541 of 4691
Started on Apr 07, 2006.
Completed on Apr 08, 2006.
Grid poemthe blonde as every year waterfall to slopchoppy work place me closer to the outdoors ...jumpcut. That's not Eminem. That's Stephen Foster. William Burroughs "borrowed" from African American culture. Hip-hop has not appropriated anything from him. Invented words and expressions have been a part of African American culture since long before Burroughs was born. Snoop Dog's "don't twizzle on my schnizzle fo shizzle" has a heritage that predates the American Civil War. Stephen Foster was a white composer who "borrowed" African American dialect and musical style in his 1850 song Camptown Races. White composers in the popular music field have been similarly "borrowing" ever since.
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