Thursday, March 25, 2010

Pop … Culture?

previous post: She’s a Juggalo… Dill with It.



  1. Sensible, what’s good for the goose is good for the gander, so I expect the same rewards as you do.

  2. Nickelback are shit, I just googled their lyrics, that’s 2 minutes of my life I’ll never get back.

  3. I actually like Nickelback but I still thought this was funny =)

  4. Dr. Azizted-Homicide

    i don’t see what the problem is. what’s wrong with job blow, dime a dozen, cookie cutter radio rock?

    at the end of the day if you’re listening to commercial radio at all, you’re doing yourself a huge disservice. but i should add as a qualifier that i assume you want to grow and develop as a person.

  5. @Sensible Madness

    I do appreciate the levels of depravity you will sink to in the name of our entertainment. My sphincter gets all fluttery whenever you spin one of your yarns.

  6. Not when their shit is playing on a DFS commercial whilst watching the box…….I have little choice other than to turn it back over to kids TV…….grim

  7. So if they make accessible, radio-friendly music, why does everybody assume that makes them sellouts? If there are so many people who like that kind of music, why can’t the actual band members be some of them and give them the benefit of the doubt that they’re producing music that they like? Doesn’t mean you have to like it, but it would make them not sell-outs. Ont everybody has to make 25 minute long songs of random noises that only make sense if you’re on the same drugs that they were when they made the music in order to be true to themselves.

  8. MonkeyCMonkeyDo

    @ soup.. which sphincter would you be referring to? The voluntary or involuntary anal sphincter? Just curious (and worried for anyone sitting next to you if it’s the latter) 😀

  9. Monkey, my friends have learned to associate my foul stench with silent applause.

  10. @ Sense: As I was picking myself up off the floor from laughing so hard, I couldn’t help but notice I was a little aroused by your statement. I thought Nickelback was okay, but now I like them a little more. Once again Wikidpedia, (yes that’s how I meant to spell it) racks up another point in my book.

    You could see the second one coming a mile away. The only thing I wasn’t sure about, whether or not it was Twilight or Harry Potter. Though I still laughed a little.

  11. Ah, Soup, #59… that just made my day. Thank you.

  12. yet and the score for nickleback. as much u all hate them, u’ve all been talking about them, researching them etc…..although very valid point in that when radio stations play and play and play songs, sure does wreck them, good or not!

  13. Sensible Madness #21, your comment made my day. Keep up the depravity, you have MY undying admiration.

  14. I can admit to liking both Nickle Back and Twilight. I don;t understand the hate for either, yet it doesn’t bother me.

  15. Personally I would say that X-Factor and American Idol represent all that is wrong with the music industry. At least Nickelback write their own music, rather than the winners of these shows who get handed a song belonging to someone else to butcher.

    Personally, I love Nickelback. I went to see them live and they were amazing. Their music is fun to sing along to.

    I like Twilight too. I’m far from obsessed with it (I’m a Harry Potter geek to the end) but I rather enjoy it for what it is.

    It doesn’t bother me if other people don’t like them, I just wish they wouldn’t act so superior.

  16. I don’t hate Nickelback per se, I hate the fact that not an hour of the day can pass without one of there songs be blasted out of commercial radio.

    And yes, I do just change the station when they come on…..

  17. one of ‘their’ songs, pickled… and being, not be.

  18. I agree with DanR. I don’t think our society has stooped low enough that people would watch Twilight in a school computer lab. At least, that’s what I tell myself nightly.

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