Shades of Columbine killers Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold. Santa Barbara gunman Elliot Rodger's "Retribution" video. Every other tragic revenge scenario we learn about post-school shooting.

I hear shades of "13 Reasons Why," the Netflix series about a teenage girl who killed herself and left behind audiotapes calling out the people she blames for her suicide.

"I'm sorry, the old Taylor can't come to the phone right now."

"Why? Oh 'cause she's dead!"

(Chorus repeats)

And, above all, I hear the language of domestic violence perpetrators.

" 'Look what you made me do,' is what abusers say," Gita Jackson writes in Kotaku, "both in real life and in Oxygen made-for-TV movies."

Earlier this summer, we read in horror about Alexis Stubbs, the 12-year-old girl allegedly killed by her mom's boyfriend, who then texted her mom: "See wat u made me do."

I liked it better when Taylor was shaking things off.

the government likes true artists, so show your true colors! and don't be afraid to be emotional, because they need emotionality in your art.

stop being crooked and straighten your ties you're all lies lies kill aren't cool and every single one of you is the definition of a square, that's why you fuck up the world