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If it turns out that you captured my pokemons, I'ma laugh and laugh.
I'm somehow tickled by the prospect that I got there first.
Lemme see. The one in question was my age minus a year or two, so she'd be in her mid-30s now. Sound familiar?
Oh! HA! I GET IT!
We now return you to our regularly scheduled riff, already in progress.
So I says to Teague I says, "There are several over-the-counter creams that'll clear that right up. Also, use a fresh razor blade for god's sake."
Also, use a fresh razor blade for god's sake.
Heck, they make spray on foam that's a lot more comfortable than that. It's really quite a thing to see, you should try it sometime.
*pinky finger to corner of mouth, kill's henchman*
No way, man. That stuff burns. I'm never doing that again.
Or so I've heard.
Nah, the spray on stuff is way more genital, that is gentle, than the lotion stuff, though it does smell the same, that is, bad.
Or so I've heard.
Is it just me, or does that stuff totally smell like cucumbers?
Or so I've … to hell with it. Or so I've smelled.
I draw the line at talking about cucumbers on the internet.
In retrospect, that seems wise.
So this is what our board is going to be.
Pretty Hate Machine I owned in Junior High, and I was always into NIN, but it wasn't until I was 18 and stationed in Alabama that I really grew to appreciate just how brilliant that album was. It was also what I was going through relationship wise. To me, PHM will always be my go to, but I love The Fragile, With Teeth, and Downward Spiral all the same. Glad I got to see them live before Trent pulled the plug.
I'm very into what Im hearing from HTDA so far and can't wait for more.
And as a bonus..here's my god damn holy trinity of music (Trent Reznor, Peter Murphy, and TV on the Radio) performing TVOTR's "Dreams," live from about 4 years ago.
The Downward Spiral was my "gateway" album, and it still holds the number 3 position, proceeded by The Slip (love all but the instrumentals) and Year Zero (counting R3MIX3D). The track that got me hooked was Dead Souls from The Crow.
In a way I own my appreciation of modern music in general to NIN. Before NIN I sort of lumped all of hard rock and heavy metal into just obnoxious noise. Dead Souls hooked me, then The Downward Spiral came out and I actually took the time to listen to it.
Actually now that I think about it, that was the beginning of my ability to critique; giving NIN a shot, and finding I liked it taught me not to judge before I'd given a reasonable chance.
I guess that's the lesson then; don't be to quick to judge, you might find you like it.