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Post by semi_retarded »

Hello.
I am obviously new. Even though I hate saying that. It makes me feel inexperianced.
I am in the middle of a really long CRINGE. I am listening to some gangsta beats against my will.
It is actually hurting, because a couple minutes ago, I was listening to a compliation of something...GOOD. (well, in my taste)
Such as, The Long Winters, and Built to Spill. Promise Ring, and other such emo. OI.
Later kids.
I doubt I'll be on here again for awhile, but it really all depends.
cheers.
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I wonder if one can lose the emo tag once it has been given to them, or is it like AIDS?
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Post by heather »

what's wrong with "gangsta beats"? i would rather listen to that than this "emo." wait, no... my favorite music is music that is considered "super pop and gay." meg can tell you more about that.
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Post by Betty Felon »

Sometimes I doubt your commitment to Sparkle Motion.
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Betty Felon wrote:Sometimes I doubt your commitment to Sparkle Motion.


Great line.
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Post by John »

I hate to say this in a public forum, but those Goddamn
Built to Spill/Emo/Gagsta Beats
are drivng me Nucking Futz!
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Post by ChadyzGroove »

ah hahahahaha (that's me laughing by the way)
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Post by heather »

Betty Felon wrote:Sometimes I doubt your commitment to Sparkle Motion.


ah, what a perfect way to start my day. taster's choice. i mean, sparkle motion.
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Post by Midori »

Betty Felon wrote:Sometimes I doubt your commitment to Sparkle Motion.


I love people on this board.
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Post by meg »

I'm sorry, that's correctly spelled "super pop and gay!!!!!!"
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Oh shit, sorry. [!!!]
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Post by meg »

It's easy to remember. Each exclamation point you use represents your shares in Pabst.

Right now it's all: "super pop and gay!!!" but soon it will be "super pop and gay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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Post by heather »

how about the number of cans of PBR i've had in my lifetime? would that be super pop and gay?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [i'll stop here, but you get the idea.]
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Post by Mite »

Can I please be a hipster and still drink beer that tastes good? I went to school in Wisconsin fer chrissakes; drinking anything out of a can is sacrilegious.
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Post by meg »

Hell, I just use PBR to get chicks.
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whoa whoa whoa now... i'm getting the impression that you people think PBR is one of those 'crappy' beers. are you forgetting that Pabst Blue Ribbon is the benevolent dictator of beers?

WORD TO YOUR MOM! AND YOURS!
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Post by Midori »

heather wrote:whoa whoa whoa now... i'm getting the impression that you people think PBR is one of those 'crappy' beers.


How could it be crappy? It's won the blue ribbon for christ sake!!!!!
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Post by heather »

I KNOW! preach on lady!
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Post by Betty Felon »

PBR: It's blended, it's splendid. And it's from Wisconsin.

I vote that Leinie's is also acceptable....it is, afterall, the pride of chippewa falls.
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Post by semi_retarded »

I haven't seen the movie Donnie Darko in such a long time... that made my stomach sink, reading that line. :)
Sorry. I don't prefer the gangsta beats over emo.
I'm sorry if I offended anyone by calling those bands emo. I don't see calling something "emo" as a bad thing...
I think it is like AIDS but aren't a lot of things? People who sell out can never win their older... fans back....
I'm tired.
I can tell this isn't a very busy board, seeing as my post is still on here... and I haven't been here for a month.
well I best be off.
Cheers.

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