We’ve covered the history of the term before, and it’s been around for a while.
In the 1970s, it was used as a pejorative insult for those who spoke out against racism and the Vietnam War, which included many African Americans.
That’s not surprising: The term was once a common insult for people who weren’t part of the mainstream American middle class.
In recent years, however, it’s become more widely used.
In 2016, a group of students at Oberlin College in Ohio protested the use of the word in a song, titled “Osrs.”
The student leaders decided to go into public school to show their opposition to the word.
The song was titled “We’ll Never Forget,” and it includes the lyrics, “Osr is a word that gets used in a way that doesn’t make sense.”
The students decided to use the term for themselves and their fellow students, and the song was released on the band’s website.
In response to the song, students at the Oberlin campus called the students to action, and over the course of several days, they wrote a song called “Osrers,” which featured the lyrics.
In an interview with the Washington Post, student Dylan F. Hall, one of the co-authors of “Osers,” said he’s glad that people are taking it on.
“I’ve seen a lot of anger in our community towards the word ‘osrs,’ ” Hall said.
“People have said it’s just a derogatory term, and that’s not the case at all.
It’s not a derogatory word.
It just is.”
The band is planning to release an album in 2018, and they hope to include the song in the next installment of their trilogy, The Osrs, which will see the band revisit some of the same themes and themes from the previous film.
The film was released in theaters in 2018.