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Rolling Stone Magazine Gives Boston Bomber Rock Star Treatment

lbs2 Wrote: Jul 17, 2013 4:52 PM
Why can't the Rollingstone show the picture of the MAN that the people of Boston spawned, fed and educated. The citizens of Boston said YES, foods stamps for all. The citizens of Boston said YES to subsidized housing for all. The people of Boston said YES to a Mosque run by radical cleric. The VOTERS of Boston and indeed the entire freakin state says YES to people being in their city/state ILLEGALLY! Don't blame the Rolling Stone Mag for pointing out that the people of Boston are responsible for the deaths and mayhem. LIVE WITH IT!

UPDATE: CVS will not be carrying the this issue of Rolling Stone. Read CVS's statement here.

How disappointing! A magazine that is known for its extensive look into the world of pop culture and all things music has taken a step in the wrong direction. The August issue of Rolling Stone features Boston bombing suspect Dzhohkar Tsarnaev on the cover. I mean, seriously?! What happened to the idea of putting rock stars and other celebrities on the front cover? With the magazine having the reputation for featuring famous musicians and pop culture icons, featuring Tsarnaev on the cover is a...