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Eminem runs a cuss-free house

Katie Hinderer | 21 October 2010
I can distinctly remember sitting in my room as a young high school student and making my mom listen to one of Eminem’s first rap songs. I’m sure she was horrified at the lyrics, which are straight-forward, often crude and usually filled with profanity. To my adolescent brain he was a genius.
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