The White Stripes are pissed. Just two days ago, former band members Jack White and Meg White made a rare joint statement to denounce presidential candidate and all-around terrifying human being Donald Trump‘s use of their song “Seven Nation Army” at his campaign rallies. Jack White is a very vocal member of the music community, while Meg White has faded into recluse since they disbanded, so Trump’s use of their song must have really struck a nerve if she was involved in a public statement. The Stripes did not mince words, making their feelings perfectly clear on the matter, as you can see below.Well, the Stripes’ outrage continues, as they have now released an anti-Trump t-shirt for sale on the website for Jack White’s Third Man Records. The shirt says “Icky Trump” on the front, a play on their hit single “Icky Thump”, with a verse of lyrics from the song on the back of the shirt that perfectly matches their anti-Trump sentiment. The verse reads:White Americans? What?Nothing better to do?Why don’t you kick yourself out?You’re an immigrant too.Who’s using who?What should we do?Well, you can’t be a pimpAnd a prostitute too.Pretty powerful and spot on stuff. You can purchase the “Icky Trump” t-shirt for $25 at this link.
11 Abbey Ridge Rd, Reedy Creek. Picture: realestate.com.auThere is a separate study and three bathrooms as well as an extra powder room. The property has a huge poolside undercover area, an outdoor kitchen and in the home there are large glass encased living spaces.The home has polished concrete and timber floors.It is listed through Michael Spurge of The Prestige – Gold Coast.The second most viewed Queensland property on realestate.com.au this week was a six-bedroom house at 16 Dean Drive, Ocean View.Known as Bellevue the Hamptons style home is on a rural-residential block in the Dayboro Valley. 16 Dean Drive, Ocean View. Picture: realestate.com.auIt has views over the Glass House Mountains and Bribie Island.The property has a separate guesthouse with spa, there are polished spotted gum flooring throughout and Western red cedar ceiling in the formal lounge. More from newsNew apartments released at idyllic retirement community Samford Grove Presented by Parks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus19 hours ago16 Dean Drive, Ocean View. Picture: realestate.com.auIt is listed through John Bradley and Matt Biggs of Place – Aspley.The third most viewed listing this week was in suburban Coorparoo.The three-bedroom home at 41 Halstead St, Coorparoo is listed for offers of more than $750,000. 95 Gordon St, Gordon Park. Picture: realestate.com.auIt is listed through Matthew Jabs and Ross Armstrong of Place – Newmarket. 41 Halstead St, CoorparooIt was built in 1939 and has period features including ornate cornices and ceilings, VJ walls, and polished timber floors.It is listed through Amanda Becke of Belle Property – Coorparoo.The fourth most viewed listing this week was at 56 Stephen St, Camp Hill.The renovated four-bedrom home is on two lots totally 986sq m. On the first floor are polished hoop pine timber floors and high ceilings with ornate details. The lounge and dining area are close to the kitchen and a deck. 56 Stephen St, Camp HillIt is listed through James Curtain and Warren Walsh of Place BulimbaRounding out the top five most viewed homes in Queensland this week, was a five-bedroom home at 95 Gordon St, Gordon Park.The home which is scheduled for auction on June 2, is a traditional style new home.Four of the bedrooms are on the upper level, as well as an additional living space. 95 Gordon St, Gordon Park. Picture: realestate.com.auOn the ground level is an open plan living area with 2.7 metre ceilings with decorative cornices and French Oak timber herringbone parquetry flooring. 11 Abbey Ridge Rd, Reedy Creek. Picture: realestate.com.auTHE distinctive architecture of this home helped make it Queensland’s most viewed listing this week.The four-bedroom home at 11 Abbey Ridge Rd, Reedy Creek is scheduled for auction on May 26 at 1pm.It sits within the Observatory Estate and has indoor and outdoor entertainment areas and coastal views.