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Knowles answers the disses throughout the new album -- on the retributional title track, inspired by a critic who compared the band's ever-changing lineup to the "Survivor" TV series, and on "Happy Face": "There's plenty of people who don't like me, but 10 times more who love me."
It is interesting that you write that such a racialized perspective serves an offensive, or retributional, function (as I perceived your writing).
It turns out the Home Office represent that this would only be due to mass media overreaction stirring up the retributional forces of unreason.
That makes this post sound a bit retributional, no?
Chris Murphy and if you know any OMG's who will wreak retributional havoc.