Post by aaa-appreciator on Oct 4, 2019 20:43:57 GMT
To be fair, I’m a Kevin Smith fan but I noticed since he lost the weight, every pose he does for the cameras he makes a face with his eyes bulging, it’s almost as it his gastric band is a few notches too tight and squeezing his insides out.
Post by douchemarimba on Nov 29, 2019 22:58:03 GMT
I used to like GodShifter for a while, because when I started there, he wasn't totally disagreeable like some (most) of the other crusty-sock-in-the-corner guys there. But what soured me was the Question about Black Sabbath thread. Posts an answer to something, someone else disagrees and GS gets all huffy-puffy and lets everyone know he's leaving the thread and he's OUT! But not before coming back for one more reply and stomping out again! Reminds me of some shit my younger brother used to do when he was 12. Since then...meh.
Post by douchemarimba on Nov 29, 2019 23:04:20 GMT
Now that I think about it, "Jason" isn't the worst offender there. It's like the Bellvue Center for the Criminally Insane now offers internet time. Read it for the teen angst responses if for nothing else.
Post by thepeopleschord on Nov 30, 2019 5:22:45 GMT
From the passive-aggressive asshole's own mouth:
"It doesn’t matter what I think.
If you read the interview you supplied yourself he admits to using a least two Les Pauls on Paranoid. One could construe that he did use a Les Paul on both, but the “Hand of Doom” recording was actually used and the “Paranoid” demo was not.
I’m not going to get into meaningless arguments with people who feel they know more. I’m comfortable with what I do know and am not going to get shouted down due to someone else thinking they’re right.
Have at it."
"It doesn’t matter what I think." I couldn't agree more.
Black Oak Arkansas in MYKE-o-Phonic sound is a true eargasm.
I think Human Wheels is my favorite JCM album. I really like Scarecrow and a few others. I own all his stuff but haven’t listened to it all. I’m a compulsive recording artist completionist (sic) and buy stuff with no real realistic time frame to listen to things"