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  • WE MEET AGAIN TURKEY DAY, MY ARCHNEMISIS.

    21. Nov. 2007, 20:39

    Ugh.

    Folks,you may think I'm being more cynical than I really should be.

    But I really, really, don't care.

    I'm not a big fan of holidays such as Halloween or Easter.

    So naturally, I wouldn't be a fan of Thanksgiving or Turkey Day or whatever witty-ass name you can think of.

    Togetherness? Don't we already do that? Not with a majority of our family, but then again, we're spread out for a reason.

    Those reasons consist of family members being pricks, being too damn annoying in general, and just being too fucking far to be with in the first way. Move closer, goddammit! I can't afford plane tickets everytime some piece-of ass holiday comes up.

    Food. Lots and lots of food. It's the one day where you can eat until you actually pass out and not be called a fat-ass. The one day where you can have every single member involved with the red meat family on your table and not be called a fat-ass. You see where I'm going with this?

    We're Americans, goddammit(people reading this who aren't from America aren't included in this). Don't we already have enough fat-asses running around our country as it is? Let's try and cut back.

    My final reason, and the most important one, is that we killed the Native Americans right after the dinner. Of course we fattened them up with food, so when we got ready to kick some ass, it'd be a cakewalk.

    We gave them a big,nice,wholesome dinner to symbolize togetherness.

    And what happened after that?

    We enslaved and killed them off. That's it. We came. We ate. We went Rambo on the fuckers.

    Happy fuckin' Thanksgiving indeed.
  • The Things of Today.

    3. Sep. 2007, 21:15

    Music is quite a powerful tool. It can drive people to tears, pick them up when they're down, or get them agressive when they need to.But I feel that some music today is taking a turn for the worse. Now don't get me wrong, there are awesome bands and artists out there, and I'll give kudos to them. But then on the other hand, there are bands/artists that make the same predictable music over and over again, and label themselves as a "different" kind of music. But if they're so different, why are they following musical trends and genres from others than coming up with their own original style? It's one thing to say you're different, but you have to show me you're different. Show me you can give me a song I can listen to from 10 or 20 years from now, and remember it perfectly from beginning to end.

    Another thing I'd like to talk about is the closed-mindedness of other people. If someone listens to My Chemical Romance or Fall Out Boy, it doesn't make them emo. It's a mindset, a way of thinking, not some outside image. Likewise, if you think in those terms, then you're shitting yourself and the people around you.Don't be a gangsta'. Don't be a punk. Don't be a emo. Don't be a jock. Just be a person. No decent person is one thing.Don't let people label you based on a pop culture image.

    In another twist on this, there are people who only listen to one genre of music and hate the rest. Don't do that. If you're going to hate a genre of music, just don't hate it because you like rap and you haven't listened to anything else besides it. I mean, I've listened to hip-hop,rock,some pop,ambient,electronica,jazz, comedians, J-Rock/Pop/Rap, even Classical(let's face it, it helps me sleep.) The only thing I stray away from is country, because.....well, I listened to it a few times and I don't like it. Listen to all kinds of music. When you do that, you don't feel confined just to one genre. You can listen to whatever you please from multiple genres, and it makes you feel like you've accomplished something. Like you've been born from a womb of enlightenment. It's also the reason why I'm running for leader of the NOT REALLY Extensive Musical Taste. I want to show people the beneficial effects this can have on them, and be able to spread all kinds of different genres onto the masses that people can enjoy.

    My final word is this;NEVER insult someone just because of their taste in music. Sure you don't agree with it, but they probably don't agree with yours either. When you insult them, all you're doing is showing how closed minded you are. It's ok to give an opinion, but it's another thing to be rude and thoughtless. Just remember which of the 2 you're being next time you comment.
  • Kantrogi=Made of Awesome

    2. Sep. 2007, 18:18

    When I first got the idea to listen to this, I expected some washed-up music to hit me in the face. Instead, I got a seriously badass tune that hit me in the nuts. It's amazing what a few experiments with music will produce, and Kantrogi is proof of this. So give 'em a listen. You owe it to yourself and your depraved soul.