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 91 
 on: January 11, 2021, 01:05:46 PM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by jarmo
 hihi  hihi

Triggered yet, Trumper?  Tongue


You've been playing your games for quite some time now.

But others can't do the same to you? Cheesy Just kidding..... Seriously though, can't be easy for you when the guy who claimed to be the greatest president ever, really isn't and history will show it.



You've been defending a person who told his supporters to overthrow the democratic process of validating the peoples' votes.

The guy who likes to play nice with extreme right wing militias and others who don't really care about democracy, but claim to fight for freedom.

And now you're upset that these things have caught up with you? Ok....



Edited to add: Just a quick question: In your opinion, are the people who stormed the Capitol domestic terrorists?




/jarmo

 92 
 on: January 11, 2021, 12:57:09 PM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by pilferk
Something that occurred to me.... How important are music videos to you guys nowadays?

A bunch of the new music released last year that I enjoyed, didn't have any music videos, or maybe the whole album had one video.

The music was definitely something I listened to, but I can't say I watched the videos more than once....

Totally different to the MTV era.

I get that people still watch videos on YouTube and discover new music that way.

But as GN'R fans, are music videos still important?






/jarmo


Me? Meh...

I think you have to harness youtube, though, with any sort of new music.  I don't know how you choose to do that...youtube music, a music video...SOMETHING.

You'll get the other streaming and digital platforms with just the song.  But I think, from a marketing perspective, ignoring youtube is a bad idea. Uber bad.

 93 
 on: January 11, 2021, 11:33:23 AM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by sandman
What does being anti Antifa(scist) make one?





/jarmo


no one in here supports fascism. so stop trying. you look truly pathetic trying to insinuate that a fellow long time poster on your board is a fascist.

99.999% of americans are against fascism.

antifa has a creative name, but they conveniently act like fascists themselves, with just different goals and enemies. THAT's what MANY in the US are against, including every liberal i know.

the mayor of Portland FINALLY came out and said this:

“My good faith efforts at de-escalation have been met with ongoing violence and even scorn from radical antifa and anarchists,” Wheeler said. “In response, it will be necessary to use additional tools and to push the limits of the tools we already have to bring the criminal destruction and violence to an end.”

https://katu.com/news/local/mayor-law-enforcement-leaders-condemn-overnight-riot-in-portland


 94 
 on: January 11, 2021, 11:21:10 AM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by C0ma
Something that occurred to me.... How important are music videos to you guys nowadays?

A bunch of the new music released last year that I enjoyed, didn't have any music videos, or maybe the whole album had one video.

The music was definitely something I listened to, but I can't say I watched the videos more than once....

Totally different to the MTV era.

I get that people still watch videos on YouTube and discover new music that way.

But as GN'R fans, are music videos still important?






/jarmo


I think with this band specifically, the video (especially in the 90's) helped to relay Axl and the bands vision of the song. It was fun to see how that concept was going to play out. I think Axl, if paired with the right team, could really do great things with videos for new material touching on the current global (US) political landscape.

Today, I think that the video (even if just one per album) acts as a sort of commercial for the release. You tend to see these videos linked all over social media. With AC/DC for example I saw the video for Shot in the Dark on every major social media platform. With that said, I think the death of MTV as a music platform has made the video less impactful but still important.

 95 
 on: January 11, 2021, 11:04:49 AM 
Started by Spirit - Last post by jarmo
Something that occurred to me.... How important are music videos to you guys nowadays?

A bunch of the new music released last year that I enjoyed, didn't have any music videos, or maybe the whole album had one video.

The music was definitely something I listened to, but I can't say I watched the videos more than once....

Totally different to the MTV era.

I get that people still watch videos on YouTube and discover new music that way.

But as GN'R fans, are music videos still important?






/jarmo

 96 
 on: January 11, 2021, 11:00:15 AM 
Started by chineseblues - Last post by jarmo
Moderna vaccine will start arriving in EU countries this week.




/jarmo

 97 
 on: January 11, 2021, 08:19:39 AM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by pilferk
What does being anti Antifa(scist) make one?





/jarmo


That would be "What is a Fascist?", Alex.

I'll take "Trump Supporters (was Republicans...and I'm still on the fence as to the aptness, there) like to lie, misrepresent, play "whataboutism games", and change the subject a lot" for $600.

RIP A.T.


 98 
 on: January 11, 2021, 08:00:58 AM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by jarmo
What does being anti Antifa(scist) make one?





/jarmo

 99 
 on: January 11, 2021, 01:13:33 AM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by PermissionToLand

"There will be blood in the streets." -?
"Who says protests have to be peaceful?" -?
"There needs to be unrest in the streets." -?
"Protesters should not let up." -?
"I just don't know why there aren't uprisings all over this country.  Maybe there should be."-?i
"You get out and create a crowd and you push back on them and you tell them they are not welcome anymore, anywhere."
-?
"Make your voices heard, protest peacefully /Go home with love and in peace.  Remember this day forever!"
-?

Quoting fake news to distract from your terrorist buddies' actions, I see.

https://www.politifact.com/factchecks/2021/jan/07/facebook-posts/quotes-4-democrats-twisted-make-it-look-they-endor/



What's wrong, did you get banned from social media or something, so you have to pass around your fake news here now? Upset Parler got taken off the app store? I'm sure Stormfront is still there for you. Why am I not surprised that you get your info and talking points from memes?

It's okay, you've done your job of proving my point right after I made it, like a complete goon...

"Whenever they are confronted with their own extremism, their instinctive reaction is to deflect blame and project their own behavior onto the other side."

"That he cannot take this seriously and treats it as an opportunity for a political potshot says everything"

 100 
 on: January 11, 2021, 01:00:48 AM 
Started by GypsySoul - Last post by PermissionToLand
I was thinking along those same lines but do we really want a one party system?

Who said anything about that? Because the American overton window was dragged so far to the right by Reagan, it forced all kinds of disparate interests to coalesce under the Dem banner simply by necessity. There are lots of diverse interests that could form parties that would actually represent the diversity of opinion that actually exists in America.

I know we can't move on yet but I'm really kind of excited to see what the going green plan is.  I'm also afraid the covid crisis is going to put all that on the back burner.  You know as long as they give me a fast car and can go as far as I want, I'm all for going ahead with the environment stuff.  We'll work it out just give me a fucking car!

I'm a car guy too and I'm not worried at all. Even if you're a fan of vintage muscle, I find it highly unlikely antiques would ever be banned, as recreational driving is a tiny, tiny sliver of the total emissions. Most of them come from shipping, which is a good incentive to bring as much industry back home as is feasible. Also, something that blows a lot of car guys minds because they never considered it, is the extent to which we could replicate the experience of an internal combustion engine. You could have an EV with its motor's torque curve matched to, for example, a 440 Magnum, have electric rumble motors match the feeling of the engine shaking the chassis, have ambient high fidelity recordings of a real 440's exhaust tone, match the shift points of a torqueflight or even a simulated Muncie stickshift... the possibilities are endless. I'm patenting my "leaded gasoline" air freshener right now!

Sure. You can say that if you vote Democrat, you're in the party of extreme leftists.

The difference is that Trump brought certain elements out into the daylight. Far right is suddenly "normal".

Bingo. Anarchists have zero power in the Dem party, whereas Nationalist Trump is literally the leader of the GOP with 90% approval among Republicans. Even after inciting an insurrection, he's still at nearly 80% among them. Whereas even a moderate social democrat like Bernie couldn't capture more than 50% of the primary vote, never mind some kind of actual extremist that could be in any way compared to the Trump Death Cult.

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