Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
You have no idea. The quote was fucking epic.
Oy. Stick to your own tribe.
i am as jewish as it gets, and at work i often get accused of being irish
I will admit that I have a friend who has super pale skin, bright red hair and red freckles all over and he couldn't look more stereotypical Irish if he tried... and he is Mr. Super Jew.
haha, im not quite that irish looking. but i have pale skin, freckles and redish/blondish/brownish hair and beard. and i dont has a gigantor schnoz. lol.
Wow a stupid, drunk, violent Jew who still possesses a modicum of roguish charm! Way to buck the stereotype.
I gave my last final of the semester tonight. The students had put a little sign on the blackboard expressing their appreciation for me and saying they'd miss me. (It was a fairly clever pun on my last name.)
yknow, despite you being a huge curt, youre alright.
Couldn't quite bring yourself to type it could you.
i said exactly what i wanted to say
Went to a concert...barely escaped from work in time to see the opening band finish up but it was worth it. Saw The Joy Formidible--
I've seen shows with female leads who are total badasses before (like maja ivarsson of the sounds) but it is rare to see a chick who can shred up a guitar like this girl.
I didn't know much about them other than having heard a song of theirs on minneapolis public radio and enjoying it...until I caught the live stream of their show from this years lollapalooza and was just transfixed
When was the last time you saw a show where people are blowing real feedback through their amps and some chick starts bashing a gong with her guitar (6:45)
Video doesn't have the best sound...but it looks like they took down the professional recording from the official lollapalooza channel.
^^ sounds very cool ^^
i have never been to a concert in my life. true story. this does not make me happy.
on one hand I'm like wtf
but on the other hand I recognize that if music isn't that big of a part of your life, and you're just not into the live thing--you might just not enjoy it. Sure it might be fun to go see some famous act like the Kanye/Jay-Z tour but for most shows, you're just going to be standing around listening to music, maybe with a beer in your hand (unless you are up front at a pretty lively show). So, a good way to tell if you are missing out, is to ask how often you just sit there at home and listen to music.
Not listening to music while working or driving or exercising...but just listening for the sake of listening. If that never happens...you're probably not missing out a ton.
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