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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #75 on: December 23, 2009, 03:40:16 pm »
I have found that in most genres, there is a small contingent of girls who can make it look really good.

Juggalos may be the exception, however.

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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #76 on: December 23, 2009, 03:44:27 pm »
Just need to note a few things

A: I don't give a shit if it's a uniform, it's a DAMN PRETTY uniform and I fuckin' LIKE it. Individuality is nice and all, but I like what I like and if individuality gets in the way of that shit, it can go eat Roger's sewage output.
B: I AM NOT PUTTING EFFORT INTO THIS. That implies time spent and money spent beyond what I would be spending normally. Fuck that shit. I get haircuts anyway, why not get haircuts I like? I get clothes anyway, why not get clothes I'd want to wear? It all works out to the same price in the end if I'm doing the damn shopping, is actually easier than finding something else I like (hence time saved) and I'm happy in the end. FUCK YOU FOR SAYING THAT I SHOULDN'T BE HAPPY BECAUSE WHAT I LIKE IS MORE POPULAR THAN MERZBOW AT A FRAT PARTY. BITCH.
C: I can't be assed GIVING A SHIT about how what I like is a business card that refers to the carrier as "I M DOUCHEBAG." I can't be assed caring if the fucking inbred assrabbits with necks so red you could COOK YOUR FUCKING BACON ON THEM in this area don't see me for who "I really am", whatever the fuck that is. I'm going to dress and act and listen to what the fuck I like and if you have a problem with it because it happens to be something that's popular, SHOVE THIS UP YOUR ASS.

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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #77 on: December 23, 2009, 04:01:35 pm »
Just need to note a few things

A: I don't give a shit if it's a uniform, it's a DAMN PRETTY uniform and I fuckin' LIKE it. Individuality is nice and all, but I like what I like and if individuality gets in the way of that shit, it can go eat Roger's sewage output.
B: I AM NOT PUTTING EFFORT INTO THIS. That implies time spent and money spent beyond what I would be spending normally. Fuck that shit. I get haircuts anyway, why not get haircuts I like? I get clothes anyway, why not get clothes I'd want to wear? It all works out to the same price in the end if I'm doing the damn shopping, is actually easier than finding something else I like (hence time saved) and I'm happy in the end. FUCK YOU FOR SAYING THAT I SHOULDN'T BE HAPPY BECAUSE WHAT I LIKE IS MORE POPULAR THAN MERZBOW AT A FRAT PARTY. BITCH.
C: I can't be assed GIVING A SHIT about how what I like is a business card that refers to the carrier as "I M DOUCHEBAG." I can't be assed caring if the fucking inbred assrabbits with necks so red you could COOK YOUR FUCKING BACON ON THEM in this area don't see me for who "I really am", whatever the fuck that is. I'm going to dress and act and listen to what the fuck I like and if you have a problem with it because it happens to be something that's popular, SHOVE THIS UP YOUR ASS.

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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #78 on: December 23, 2009, 04:55:19 pm »
Just need to note a few things

A: I don't give a shit if it's a uniform, it's a DAMN PRETTY uniform and I fuckin' LIKE it. Individuality is nice and all, but I like what I like and if individuality gets in the way of that shit, it can go eat Roger's sewage output.

I expect to be paid for that, of course.  This is some high-quality poop I have here.
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #79 on: December 23, 2009, 04:56:47 pm »
Just need to note a few things

A: I don't give a shit if it's a uniform, it's a DAMN PRETTY uniform and I fuckin' LIKE it. Individuality is nice and all, but I like what I like and if individuality gets in the way of that shit, it can go eat Roger's sewage output.
B: I AM NOT PUTTING EFFORT INTO THIS. That implies time spent and money spent beyond what I would be spending normally. Fuck that shit. I get haircuts anyway, why not get haircuts I like? I get clothes anyway, why not get clothes I'd want to wear? It all works out to the same price in the end if I'm doing the damn shopping, is actually easier than finding something else I like (hence time saved) and I'm happy in the end. FUCK YOU FOR SAYING THAT I SHOULDN'T BE HAPPY BECAUSE WHAT I LIKE IS MORE POPULAR THAN MERZBOW AT A FRAT PARTY. BITCH.
C: I can't be assed GIVING A SHIT about how what I like is a business card that refers to the carrier as "I M DOUCHEBAG." I can't be assed caring if the fucking inbred assrabbits with necks so red you could COOK YOUR FUCKING BACON ON THEM in this area don't see me for who "I really am", whatever the fuck that is. I'm going to dress and act and listen to what the fuck I like and if you have a problem with it because it happens to be something that's popular, SHOVE THIS UP YOUR ASS.

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You're funny.

Look who's talking, dude.  At least she didn't walk around with half her head shaved.  I fail to see how that's any weirder than "scene"...in fact, I'd say it WAS "scene".
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #80 on: December 23, 2009, 05:22:11 pm »
I have found that in most genres, there is a small contingent of girls who can make it look really good.

fixed.

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Juggalos may be the exception, however.

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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #81 on: December 23, 2009, 06:10:21 pm »
Look who's talking, dude.  At least she didn't walk around with half her head shaved.  I fail to see how that's any weirder than "scene"...in fact, I'd say it WAS "scene".

I was talking about the huge overreacting response with sections in all-caps accusing me of saying her taste was bad because it was popular (which wasn't actually what I meant, though looking back it does look like it). And I wasn't hating scene for the weirdness so much as the sheer tackiness(hence my whole individuality post, as the only possible justification I can see for such horror is pursuit of individuality), though if you want to get technical, the difference between shaving half a head and scene is that there is no scene for having half a head shaved. The very definition of scene is that there's a scene for it. And my head only stayed like that for a few minutes. I don't even know why I did it in the first place anyway. I occasionally slip into fits of raving lunacy, and I did it during one of those.
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #82 on: December 23, 2009, 06:30:05 pm »
Look who's talking, dude.  At least she didn't walk around with half her head shaved.  I fail to see how that's any weirder than "scene"...in fact, I'd say it WAS "scene".

I was talking about the huge overreacting response with sections in all-caps accusing me of saying her taste was bad because it was popular (which wasn't actually what I meant, though looking back it does look like it). And I wasn't hating scene for the weirdness so much as the sheer tackiness(hence my whole individuality post, as the only possible justification I can see for such horror is pursuit of individuality), though if you want to get technical, the difference between shaving half a head and scene is that there is no scene for having half a head shaved. The very definition of scene is that there's a scene for it. And my head only stayed like that for a few minutes. I don't even know why I did it in the first place anyway. I occasionally slip into fits of raving lunacy, and I did it during one of those.

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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #83 on: December 23, 2009, 06:42:47 pm »
I can't be arsed to bother following the intricacies of this overwhelmingly intelligent thread, but emo/scene/whatever you kids are calling your incessant need to be tacky about your stupid angst is indefensible and culturally worthless.

except for "scene-core" music, which is glorious.
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #84 on: December 23, 2009, 06:43:41 pm »

I was talking about the huge overreacting response with sections in all-caps accusing me of saying her taste was bad because it was popular (which wasn't actually what I meant, though looking back it does look like it).

Maybe she's sick of hearing it?
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #85 on: December 23, 2009, 06:45:23 pm »
I can't be arsed to bother following the intricacies of this overwhelmingly intelligent thread, but emo/scene/whatever you kids humans are calling your incessant need to be tacky about your stupid angst behavior in general is indefensible and culturally worthless.

except for "scene-core" Tom Jones' music, which is glorious.

Fixed.
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #86 on: December 23, 2009, 06:53:17 pm »
History of Emo in one paragraph.


I remember in the 80s it was called 'modern rock'.  Then 'College Rock'.  Then Kurt came along (god bless his bedeviled soul), and we called it 'Alternative'.  Then a bunch of other guys came along and we didnt have a name for it.  But it was on independent record labels, so we called it 'indie stuff'.  Then, all THOSE bands either ODed or quit, BECAUSE they were on indie labels, and never got on MTV or made any money, and driving around the USA with four assholes in an Econoline van can't be a viable career choice, so it died again for a while...  Then Makeoutclub appeared...  And now we have GHEY.

and that there is what it is...
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #87 on: December 23, 2009, 07:02:10 pm »
I can't be arsed to bother following the intricacies of this overwhelmingly intelligent thread, but emo/scene/whatever you kids humans are calling your incessant need to be tacky about your stupid angst behavior in general is indefensible and culturally worthless.

except for "scene-core" Tom Jones' music, which is glorious.

Fixed.

logical fallacy.

if everything is tacky, there's no counterpoint for "tacky" to be measured against, rendering the concept invalid.

we have to draw the line somewhere, Roger.

I draw it at kids that look like this:







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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #88 on: December 23, 2009, 07:09:08 pm »
I can't be arsed to bother following the intricacies of this overwhelmingly intelligent thread, but emo/scene/whatever you kids humans are calling your incessant need to be tacky about your stupid angst behavior in general is indefensible and culturally worthless.

except for "scene-core" Tom Jones' music, which is glorious.

Fixed.

logical fallacy.

if everything is tacky, there's no counterpoint for "tacky" to be measured against, rendering the concept invalid.

we have to draw the line somewhere, Roger.

I draw it at kids that look like this:









A draw the line at monkeys wearing clothes.

And please never do that again.
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Re: Reply to Emo Thread
« Reply #89 on: December 23, 2009, 07:22:33 pm »
I can't be arsed to bother following the intricacies of this overwhelmingly intelligent thread, but emo/scene/whatever you kids humans are calling your incessant need to be tacky about your stupid angst behavior in general is indefensible and culturally worthless.

except for "scene-core" Tom Jones' music, which is glorious.

Fixed.

Haha. It's not unusual to agree with you on that.
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