It's been just over 36 hours since Miley Cyrus stuck her tongue out at the pearl-clutching world of knee-jerk moral outrage, but someone already went and wrote a song that puts the entire manufactured fiasco in perfect perspective.
Internet troubadour Jon LaJoie this morning released his most necessary song to date — "Miley, You're a Good Girl." Sung over Kid Cudi's "Pursuit of Happiness" (or Ratatat's "Black Heroes" if you're a purist), Lajoie's ode takes on the double standard inherent in many of the criticisms directed at Cyrus.
We want topless women in our music videos / we want pop stars acting like they're in a porno / you know we want it and we gettin' what we ask for / but then when Miley does it we say 'oh my God, no!'
Of course, if your objection to Miley's performance is that it was just plain bad, your opinion is still valid.