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PostSubject: Columbine's influence on the media.   Columbine's influence on the media. Icon_minitimeTue Aug 25, 2015 2:17 pm

It kind of dawned on me how famous Columbine is today.

I started the day listening to Eminem, and came across a couple of Columbine references.

I have just been watching the Inbetweeners, and even they made a reference to Columbine.

I have also lately heard references to NBK in Family Guy, AHS (Murder House), and in many songs by artists like Tyler the Creator, Pumped up Kicks, LeATHERMOUTH, MM, and Jay-Z.

Ontop of that there are countless books written about Columbine, as well as many programs and films either about or based on the events. (Elephant, Zero Day, April Showers and many more).

Pretty amazing how much our society clings to a single event.

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PostSubject: Re: Columbine's influence on the media.   Columbine's influence on the media. Icon_minitimeTue Aug 25, 2015 2:31 pm

Marilyn Manson is quite a big example.
At the Smashing Pumpkins / Marilyn Manson co-headlining concert, Manson's set was when all hell broke loose. What stood out for me among the burning bibles and flashers was the backdrop; it featured the Rebel Hill memorial.
Not to mention 'The Nobodies'.

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PostSubject: Re: Columbine's influence on the media.   Columbine's influence on the media. Icon_minitimeMon Apr 03, 2017 6:15 pm

There was also this song from last year:



Lil Yatchy wasn't even two years old when the massacre happened.
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PostSubject: Re: Columbine's influence on the media.   Columbine's influence on the media. Icon_minitimeTue Apr 04, 2017 3:13 pm

Dude, tons of pop culture and art has Columbine to thank for. It's almost a genre now, this actual tragedy.

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