When did you add the pink salt to give it the deep red color ? If you dont add pink salt it will be a dull grey color. Not a good thing to see for corned beef.
To be precise, the actual quote is, "You're trying to seduce me, aren't you, Mrs. Robinson." It's a small but telling difference.
"...and everyone did..." like suckers.
Artist keeps totally silent for 20 years. All of a sudden says, check it yo, gots me a web presence now (hashtag) and here's our new thing with no preview that you know nothing about--16 bucks (for an MP3!) please. I give it a resounding 'meh.' Kinda egotistical, kinda shameless legacy baiting. Makes me think the release was engineered by an SEO manager circa internet 1.0 and put on hold in the interest of round numbers and pageviews.
9 tracks. fucking slackers. bet they cleaned up though, cause even grandma bought in.
It took me longer to read this than to watch the episode.
I like the attitude myself. Enough of this passive, pseudo-Eastern niceness. Meat eaters cause factory farming and animal butchery and should suffer for it. Don (above) can go f--- himself anytime.
awesome. ive been through page2, but i never admitted to not liking his music/band/taste so then I had to suffer through countless EPs sent to me, and performances where my smile was so forced I looked more like the joker than my generally-joyous self
You're confusing genuine enthusiasm for hype. You are also incorrect.
This is super-over-hyped.
I'm a little confused because the basis of this critique is that this episode didn't "seem real in any way" but then you go on to decide everything that happens in the episode as realistic or "real, I guess," or "real enough." What gives?
Q is a glossy British music mag, their Rolling Stone, I guess. They and the rest of the British press has been claiming Stone Roses first record was like, Top 5 All-Time as long as I can remember, and so I dutifully bought it as a teenager, and found it sort of limp. It's not that I don't know who they are. I just think their defining moment is super average. (But different strokes, man. I could be wrong.)
The point was that I don't think they are as important in the hearts and minds of American music fans as maybe is assumed? And while I'm sure the fest will sell well/sell out, the place at the top of this bill was kind of puzzling to me?
And given the lineups, and being in Spain versus being in the rave desert, that Primavera is far and away the more intriguing option?
Also OBVIOUSLY you should check out the Stone Roses. They are a really really important and awesome band. A lot of bands you like probably ripped them off but that's how it goes.
I don't know what Q magazine is but I am just a grumpy showbooker person. Yeah it's all irrelevant anyway because this sort of thing, festivals like this, are for rich young people and music industry people that get to go for free. also re: stone roses i just meant that the knife is also not like universally known and the hip buzz bands are even less so, coachella has big bands, buzz bands and legends so I just don't understand the argument really. Like in terms of whether it will sell out (it will so we don't need to question it) or whether the line up is amazing (it's amazing enough because it's a massive festival). I just didn't get it.
But you can't see them in Barcelona in one life-altering weekend? That seems pretty swell to me.
Also, Stone Roses make sense as a Glastonbury headliner, sure, but I could care less about them, and I don't think I'm alone? Do you work for Q magazine?
You can see most of the Primavera bands in NYC whenever you want because you have the luxury of living in NYC. Like you can go see swans in like a week at music hall. So maybe we could all just not go to any festivals. Festivals are for lazy people who don't know anything about music and probably don't even really like going to shows anyway. that being said, I would love to see both The Knife and the Stone Roses. Your argument against stone roses as a headliner also doesn't make sense.
Andrew Kreps! I'm typing from my phone, but I thought I'd add to the indoor greenery list.
Maria Loboda at Andrew Keeps has a floating tree limb.
I laughed so hard at you laughing so hard that you farted that I farted.
No, everything about beer is bad, period. It's just another gateway drug. Stop trying to rationalize it. And even more-so, stop using pseudoscience to do it.
Why doesn't someone ask where are J Crew getting these clothes made & how only a tiny % are made in the USA. I think they have been involved with some "dodgy" factories in China & Asia!
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