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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Jan 1, 2018.
First it’s bowling pins
Then it’s our heads when they rise up to slaughter us
what's your favorite technical death metal album?
If New Found Glory were a person, they would be legally old enough to drink.
I was a big sum 41 fan back in the day
Bite your tongue. JC Penney is coming to this town because of him!
I saw a youtube video some years ago where a guy played a bunch of riffs from big pop-punk songs either through metal effects hardware or just downtuned and they sounded pretty good
You know I remember the early 2000s to have a lot of bleached hair, pooka shell necklaces, and chain wallets but man if you go down a pop punk rabbit hole you should really prepare yourself
My Aussie bae is gonna be there too Boo MFer!
For whatever people think of that stuff - I wasn't into it at the time and it does even less for me now - at least those bands were writing their own music for the most part and had to actually play it in-person at every show. I will take that 10 times out of 10 over the mainstream stuff now.
Nice. I watched a couple episodes of TNG earlier.
Rock music being basically irrelevant in the mainstream is actually kind of sad because of how many dope bands are out there. And I'm not even talking about stuff that might fall into the weird/extreme metal genres that I love. Look at who the big bands are... still. Metallica and Foo Fighters are cool but Dave Grohl is 50 and he would be the youngest member of Metallica.
One of the promises of the paid streaming era was to expose small acts that were tight as fuck to a large audience, but ultimately it seems to have resulted in Uptown Funk being played 100 billion times.
Tiny Moving Parts is one of my favorite bands right now. You wouldn’t like them, but Dylan Mattheisen is a really good guitarist.
I skipped through the first song of theirs that came up on Youtube. It's not something I would choose myself but it's not like it's bad
Eh. I get what youre saying but exposure is definitely greater with social media. pop is just pop, streaming was never going to level any playing field.
Phil Connors is on my TV right now. DON'T DO IT PHIL! DON'T JUMP!
Boom’s love of emo makes a lot of sense to me
It’s amazing how hard you try.
I thought he was more in to skater boi anthems
I bet you’ve got the perfect song cued up to brood to over my betrayal
IM SICK OF ALWAYS HEARING ACT YOUR AGE
I wanna circle back to the wedding thing because I missed it earlier today. Wedding planning is all about eliminating variables. You have to know if you’ll need excess seating, the chef needs an approximate number, you and the venue need booze numbers (they did beer wine but we had to go to the ABC to buy the liquor they served on our behalf), etc. Knowing your numbers to a reasonable degree of certainty takes a big load off. I’m all for giving your close buddies and cousins plus ones because you can simply call someone up and ask if they’re bringing a date, but I draw the line at carte blanche plus ones for everyone invited.
A shark was swallowed whole by a large fish during a rarely seen deep-sea feeding frenzy
Damn nature, you scary.
Of all the lame things that happen on reddit, and there are multiple, the lamest has to be when posters wish each other happy cake day on the user’s sign-up anniversary.
Sorry we forgot your cake day
that really doesnt look like a funny situation to me Tookie
It’s weird and simultaneously cool to me that when you drive into Anthem, Arizona, it says “by Del Webb”, because the entire city was designed by a construction company 20 years ago.
Related - it’s also weird to me how the police and fire departments came into existence. Like all one day they just opened up the doors and were like, “Okay, we’re on the clock!”
the video is embedded in random pic's thread I think fwiw. another shark saw it and gtfo.
Planned communities are kind of cool but also very creepy.
If you are ever in older sections of Philadelphia, some of the buildings still have stone/bronze plaques on them which designate which fire insurance company insured the building. Fire departments were organized by insurance companies and they put out the fires for their buildings.
In San Francisco, they still have Special Patrol districts where sworn police officers patrol specific districts and businesses for a privately paid salary. Basically, they are real cops, but they only protect and patrol for the private clients who hire them.
see: River Rock Ranch
you should check out all the brand new cities on your way to dallas this weekend
Wait, marcus will be in Dallas this weekend?!
Oh god, my heart about exploded. 1 from excitement and 2 because I was just finding out about it from other channels. I am both happy and sad you are not coming.
NSIAP, but do not care. Just saw this.
My mind is blown
I remember this from Kuffs
now I want to watch Kuffs
No way. Pop punk is Blink 182, "Stacy's Mom" etc
Post some representative artists of how wide your tastes are and I'll tell you if it's impressive or not. Because I feel like 90% of people make statements like this
I vaguely remember this movie. I remember he was the fuck up kid brother that had to avenge his brother or something.
And they broke the 4th wall and i hate When movies do that.
Yeah teel people have to have heard of then to be pop
i’ve been feeling weird the last few days and literally confused marcus and bertwing earlier. i had just woken up after sleeping on and off for 12+ hours
they both are very similar in the sack so it’s easy to see how that may have happened
Japandroids and Cloud Nothings both get pretty abrasive with the vocals/guitar. It's not pop punk. Not "slick", radio friendly etc
Tony Goldwyn was pretty good in it and pre-Resident Evil Jovovich was too
they are garage punk imo