Post by unemployed bellend on Jul 25, 2019 19:41:29 GMT
I like the paragraph before that:
I remember when the Van Halen live album was announced. I was the first person to officially inform everyone about it with a clear thread title announcing it. It got about 2 pages of responses. A few days later someone started a thread saying "Do we really need a live Van Halen album?". Over a dozen pages immediately. People pay more attention to negativity.
Ken the Gort is having none of that, though:
FYI - Your Van Halen thread currently stands at 15 pages. The thread with subject "New Van Halen live album, "Tokyo Dome Live in Concert"...does anyone care?" Currently stands at eleven pages. We look forward to your efforts to role model positive attitudes on the forum, though.
Also if you google the phrase "Steve_Hoffman_Hate_Forum" you will get two hits, both posts by "nodeerforamonth". I added underscores so I would not be the third. :laugh:
I do not think this word "widespread" means what you think it means.
“I work in IT and have infinitely more knowledge on this topic than you ever will so you can drop the arrogant attitude. Thanks.” Strat-Mangler
No search results for "Boswell" but he sounds like a prime SHite social commentator:
Excessive positivity and general get-alongness is submissive and shows not a virtuous spirit but beta fear. You want to live in a world worthy of the best, most remarkable art? Do not support status-quos or party lines or agreeableness. I've seen it kill artists in real life. Middle age "it's all good" has turned too many deep and effective people into fodder for TV show binging, guilty pleasure crap that soon eats away time for creation. I love life and Art and so I absolutely abhor meekness when it comes to culture and criticism. There are so little people left who are like this.
I don't say this lightly. Again, I'm currently experiencing this in my life. I come from an artistic crowd who are partly employed by our art and to a person I have seen cellphones, TV show binging, trivia nights, guilty pleasure music and superhero movies literally eat away all their free time. I feel like I live in a Twilight Zone episode.
My erectile dysfunction which caused me to be completely impotent for 18 months is gone to the point I can perform every day. Sometimes twice.
Don't get it. Soulful little number. Nothing annoying about it.
That whole Michael Kiwanuka album it comes from is Pink Floyd meets soul music. Should be right up their alley. (Spoiler: It's my favorite thing Dangermouse has ever done. It's very mid-tempo, but I love it.)