1. TheAngryIntellectual says:

    I love it when theists bitch about innocent lives being lost. Nothing like a big bowl of hypocrisy and ignorance to soothe the stomach.

  2. Jacobrester says:

    @basenjib123 You are assuming all of these men are guilty…..you need to study about the prison system and the trial system……until DNA research came around there was no way to prove for sure if a man was 100% guilty….the govt. knows they have killed many innocent men

  3. FuckPeople91 says:

    prisoners are people too theres no good and bad in this world this is just life and this is just how it is, so you people need to get off your high horse and get real

  4. Mr1screwloose says:

    @basenjib123 he never disrespected any victims or families… just clowned the guards a bit… not everybody lives the way the “mainstream general public” say your supposed to…thank god… some are original thinkers.

  5. basenjib123 says:

    I lost a bit of respect for Cash when he decided to entertain the criminals, disrespect the prison guards, the victims and their families. Too bad he didn’t do a show for some VICTIMS of crimes.

  6. 1957jag says:

    If you dig Johnny check out fellow Sun arttist Rayburn Anthony…new video of him doing “Boom Chikka Boom” on youtube…filmed in Berke Sur Mer France
    July 2010

  7. crazzzyyyfoooolll says:

    Can you imagine any artist today having the heart, balls and compassion to do a gig like this? Egotistical p***s more concerned with driving Prius’s and saving the planet etc. than looking closer to home. Intense and brilliant to the end Mr Johnny Cash.

  8. MexicanoINC says:

    @CCRockit If you had looked at my first comment you would have seen that I told another guy that music knows no race. Just because he was white doesn’t mean that he should stop loving rap.
    I’m not white or black but I love rock, country and hip hop.
    Oh! And I was telling another guy that I don’t have to point out artists during this period because blacks dominated it during the early ages of rock so look up “rock 50’s”.
    Don’t accuse me of racism. People of all races amaze me. Plus I’m mixed

  9. Flam3o says:

    We weren’t talking about mainstream.
    We were talking about Hip Hop in general – the underground and mainstream. Don’t bother changing it. But yes, the 2 (not 3) that I mentioned are are quite popular, both of them equally had a lot of radio play.

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