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Larp guy gets hit In the balls with arrow
03/08/14, 15:48

That depends on whether the jester song ability is treated as persistent or not. If medieval DMs disallowed lingering/persistent songs, and required their jesters to use full round actions to maintain their song, then the archer dual was just wasted levels.

Of course, saving throws vs spell were pretty low back then, so I guess archer/jesters could get away with taking only a couple of levels of Bard and using their song on an every-third-round basis.
Airbourne horse dick (Sex and Zen)
03/08/14, 10:54

fart
Airbourne horse dick (Sex and Zen)
03/08/14, 06:24

shut up
Dead Kennedys - Riot - DMPO's on Broadway (1984-06-11)
03/08/14, 05:24

I get what you're saying, and I respect your opinion; it's the old not Punk enough/ not Irish enough thing. But I'd have to disagree with your assessment of the band as being all shamrocks and beer. They have a few songs about beer (because why not?!) but no songs about shamrocks, and the bulk of their catalog deals with either the traditional punk themes of youthful rebellion and solidarity (especially on their early albums) or with a remarkably broad and nuanced look at the Irish experience and the working class, both historically and today. I don't think you can accuse "The Fields of Athenry" of being just some culturally-reductionist shamrock anthem, for example.

And getting away from Dropkick, another thing that bothers me is this whole punk-rock preoccupation with "smashing pop music". I alluded to this before (the " typical indie-hipster bullshit") but I guess I'll take a minute now to expand that idea.



See, the problem I have is, punk rock IS pop music! For one thing, punk, like pop, has been a bit of a /corporate put-on/ ever since the very start; the Sex Pistols, the Ur punk band against which all punk bands are now measured, they were a manufactured boy band, really not that different from Avril Lavigne.
Punk, like pop, relies heavily on /image/ in order to sell it's product; in punk's case, the image it's expected to present is one of independence and edginess. Case in point, the Pogues, whom as you say, "managed to sound vicious whithout ever plugging in". _That_ is an image the Pogues project, it's part of their brand, and it doesn't matter if their songs aren't actually all that good, it doesn't mater if Shane MacGowan has a tin ear and a shitty work ethic, what matters is that they *seem* vicious and authentic.
And finally, punk, like pop, is /musically very simple and unchallenging/, particularly when looked at from the perspective of a prog metal fan. Punk is all about basic chord progressions and sing-along lyrics that can be enjoyed by drunk people with short attention spans. It's all very proletarian and easy to digest, and punks actually consider this to be a GOOD thing. I admit, punk does deal with different themes than more conventional pop music, like Lady Gaga or Justin Bieber- again, punk is "edgier" than other forms of pop music, and with punk you tend to see songs about rebelling against your parents or barfing in an alley, rather than songs about dating a cheerleader or kissing your sweetheart. But this is really the ONLY significant difference between punk and straight vanilla pop, and it is a difference that's born from punk's marketing strategy; punk bands target a different sociological niche from vanilla pop. They are The Spice Girls for antisocial kids.

____And none of this is a bad thing!____

Pop music, like punk music, has it's place in the great scheme of life. Not every band needs to be Liszt or Opeth or Dream Theater in order to have value. Sometimes, people just want to kick back and listen to something simple, something stupid, something FUN. So I guess what I'm trying to say is, why the hate? Pop and punk have more in common than they like to admit, and I think they should be friends.
Care Bear Lap Dance
03/08/14, 02:16

Really?! Wow, that's kind of... you know what, I'm just going to stop myself right here.

She's so great, though, isn't she?
What happens if you talk with your phone in a concert?
03/07/14, 16:18

Oh. Well hell, slap some ASBOs on those musicians for harassing that poor gentlemen. And maybe slap an ASBO on him for being discourteous.
True Detective: PROOF that MARTY is the killer
03/07/14, 16:07

Drugs, or hacks? Either way, it's all good!

I'm serious with the stuff above, too. OK, maybe I'm milking it a tiiiiny bit, but I really don't think you're an art school chick, and I do think it would be interesting to see some stuff from you. But like I said, your call!
Dead Kennedys - Riot - DMPO's on Broadway (1984-06-11)
03/07/14, 14:00

I'm an East Coast kid and Dropkick had just started hitting it big when I was in highschool, so they had a few pluses already. There was a general feeling that they were getting "commercial" (you know, typical indie-hipster bullshit) and I was a metalhead, so marking for a punk band was a bit out of bounds, but I loved bagpipes and mandolins so fuck it, says I. Besides, I didn't have many genuine hometown heroes, except for Hatebreed, but Hatebreed blows ass. So the Murphys it was.

The Murphys are a really decent group of people, and all my experiences with their fans have been positive. They're fairly political, but they don't really get in your face about it (like SOME political punk bands do!), and it's a solid, working class, unions-and-family kinda vibe, which feels a lot more authentic than the tofu vegan yippie bullshit you usually see from political punks. And musically, they're really fun; they're not the most Irish (Pogues fans often look down on them for that reason), they're not the most Punk (other punks, as Pogues fans above), but they strike a good balance.

Also, they moved to me to tears with the whole Last Letter Home thing. If you never heard of that, you should DuckDuckGo it up. It was a tribute to a fan who was killed in combat over in Iraq - he'd written a letter to his family shortly before, mentioning how much he loved DKM's song, The Fields of Athenry, and how he wanted it played at his funeral. His mom sent the band his letter, and they not only wrote a song about him, they even played at the guy's funeral.

As much as I like the Dead Kennedys, I really doubt Jello would have done something like that.


Black Flag I never really got into, but I'm totally gay for Henry Rollins (no homo). He was a prep school kid, like me, so even though I couldn't bench half of what he could, young me always liked to project myself into his shoes.
Care Bear Lap Dance
03/07/14, 13:27

I think it's a woman, and judging by the rest of her videos, you won't get anything out of her. I don't think she has much left to live for at this point.
Can Anyone Understand True Detective?
03/07/14, 12:46

You better start; it'll be Spoiler City in a couple days time, and then you'll be shit outta luck.
Guy shoots arrows really fast
03/07/14, 12:38

I'll offer him my rebuttal.
Guy shoots arrows really fast
03/07/14, 12:36

Can an archery nerd comment on the _historical accuracy_ of this method of shooting? He certainly proves it's effectiveness, and it's nice that he's been able to take some heretofore presumed to be "false" historical accounts and demonstrate that they were, in fact, possible... but that still leaves the question of whether this WAS the way in which some, most, or even (as certain segments seem to imply) all ancient masters shot.

For example, in this video, it is claimed that Mr. Andersen "studied the ancient master archers of China, Turkey, Persia". OK, in what way, exactly? Were there actually written accounts of Chinese archers holding a quivers-worth of arrows in their hand? Were there many drawings of such techniques? Or did Mr Andersen simply pick out some of the more extravagant claims of the chroniclers, and set about finding ways in which to accomplish them? The video takes pains to show various pieces of art that corroborate the historicity of his unorthodox (but still widely accepted) hip-shooting technique. Yet we see the arrow-holding technique in only one of the cited pieces, the detail from the Bayeux Tapestry, and to the best of my knowledge that one colonial oppressor is the only archer in the entire tapestry to be shown firing like that (although admittedly, there's only like five archers on the damn thing in the first place). That does not not seem to engender confidence in the claim that this style of shooting was widespread - and further, if this was the case, since Mr Andersen's hand-quiver technique was obviously known to at least a few ancient peoples, it begs the question of why the technique was not more widely adopted. If hand-quiver shooting really conferred such a large advantage, you'd think that anyone who saw it in action (like the Normans and Saxons at Hastings) would have dumped their historian-approved style of archery and gone to work turning themselves into bow-slinging human machine guns. What might the disadvantages be? Mr Andersen does not say.

Anyway, I really don't know enough about the sources he's using (or not using) to say. Can anyone help us out?
What happens if you talk with your phone in a concert?
03/07/14, 10:45

I'd like to imagine that he was on the phone with his sick daughter, dying of cancer. Those musicians are jerks.
Guy shoots arrows really fast
03/07/14, 10:39

Suck it, knights.
Larp guy gets hit In the balls with arrow
03/07/14, 10:11

"It's worth it for reasons unrelated to archery, in case you happen to be some kind of archer hating knight or something."

Don't even joke about that shit, man. I got banned from Gaia Online once for starting a flamewar with some Francophilic knightfags who couldn't accept that longbowmen were superior to knights. Madmen, all of them.

Knight-on-archer racism is a SERIOUS ISSUE.
True Detective: PROOF that MARTY is the killer
03/07/14, 09:13

You wouldn't be giving up the game! It's one thing for punkass film students to show up and try getting in on your shit without really understanding the life, and quite another for a real hardcore street kid to spit truth and show the world like it is. You've paid your dues, and I don't think anyone would DARE accuse you of being a poser... so surely it'd be OK for _you_ to have a voice?

I mean, rules are rules I guess, and if you guys are playing under strict Fight Club codes of secrecy, then fuck it, I hear ya, I won't press the matter!

But if the code is more an informal thing, to protect crusties from exploitation by douchebag yuppies who've never spent time on the streets, then I think you've more than earned the right to document your lifestyle. You could be like Hunter S Thompson with nicer tits, and your experiences (like the one with the naive fiddle kid) might even help out other street kids, who knows?



Anyway, just something to consider. It's your choice, and I know whichever way you go with it, you'll make the right one!
Dead Kennedys - Riot - DMPO's on Broadway (1984-06-11)
03/07/14, 07:09

Therein lies the Dead Kennedy dialectic. They were a great punk band who could really sell you on their lofty ideals, but they're also corporate whores and Jello Biafra himself is an egomaniacal, hypocritical fathead.

As for Hot Topic, I went in one the other day looking for pony gear. The girl behind the counter was very nice. They were playing Dropkick Murphys (best punk band, discuss) and they had a super fluffy Rainbow Dash bathrobe for sale. I always hated HT as a teenager, because MALLCORE YUCK, but I think now that I'm older and less hip, I'm becoming more tolerant of them. They fill a valid economic niche, and as IZ says, there's probably worse places to work in the mall.

Spencers is still obnoxious as hell, though.
True Detective: PROOF that MARTY is the killer
03/07/14, 06:31

orcs - I read the Game of Thrones books on Aldiko. I can't confirm whether it's the best ebook reader, but it's free and it works. Where WoT drops off is a matter of debate, but I think I gave up on the series around Book 7 or 8, don't really remember. On the other hand, I read the third book in one day (no shit, cover to cover, one single day) so I can't say it's all bad. The thing is, it's a very contentious series, and I think part of the problem may have been that WoT took so long to write, that many of the fans' tastes changed in the interim, and they got sick of Robert Jordan by the time his next installment came out. BUT, if you can make it through the first book, hell if you can make it through the first half of the first book where Rand and his buddies are just sitting around in their podunk home town talking to each other and not getting around to shit, you'll probably enjoy the rest! I hear it picks up again towards the end.

And congrats on the new tablet. Any chance we'll be seeing some crazy crustie adventures? If even half the shit you say is true, you should start a Youtube channel and document some of them.
I don't need DNA to perform a curse
03/07/14, 03:55

:0
EYEHATEGOD - Live in NOLA, USA (16.07.1998) FULL SET
03/07/14, 02:22

I don't know of it's really fair to call EYEHATEGOD "middle-of-the-road", but everything is relative, and I guess compared to other 90s/00s metal and hardcore bands, they were a bit average? Like, you could say they weren't as antisocial as Anal Cunt, or their stage shows were nowhere near as boss as GWAR's, and they certainly didn't have the technical skills or the melodic ear of many of their more effete CM labelmates. But they were still pretty decent in their own right, and I can see why they'd get orcs wet.

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