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  1. If you haven't seen any of the following you should go find 'em. If you can't find these at blockbuster you'll have to get them from the library, but in most cities movies are free at the library... Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia Texas Chainsaw Massacre Cockfighter Straw Dogs The French Connection Deliverance Yojimbo Sanjuro [Toshiro Miffune at his best] The Hidden Fortress Seven Samurai The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly Two Lane Blacktop The Others Donnie Darko The Night Porter An American Werewolf in London Big Trouble in Little China The Parallax View ...and of course, Office Space. The unrated version of Robocop is pretty cool too, but I'd find someone I know with a copy, they're a little expensive to buy. If I wasn't at work I could give you a huge list, but hopefully there's something in this list you haven't seen.
  2. I know the person he's talking about, and while I didn't know him even a fraction as long as Dezn did, it was weird to see him drinking and acting the way he did. When some one tells you that they're Straight Edge they're saying they're in it for life, so to see them drinking is kind of unsettling to say the least. I'm friends with plenty of people who aren't Straight Edge, in fact, only a few of my friends are. The hard part is when your good friends dip out because it's hard to deal with, and on a certain level it's a little insulting. Personally, it always makes me feel like being Straight Edge wasn't what they were really into, or they were faking it because they thought the Straight Edge people they were friends with wouldn't want to hang out with them. I'd never give up being friends with some one just because they sold out, but I can't say I'm ever stoked when some one does. The bottom line is, it's for life, so don't say you're down if you're not, in the the end it pisses off/bums out too many people that really believe in it.
  3. You might think people died there, but you'd probably be wrong. Infact, I'd bet on it. MTV has faked pretty much eveything on the show, and I think it'd be a little hard to get scared if you thought about it for ten seconds and remembered that there's a camera crew there, on the grounds, with you. MTV has changed the names of the locations not just to protect them, but because they're making this stuff up. Spirit Lake Camp Grounds was fake, as fake as it gets. http://www.nobebosco.org/ http://fearonmtv.tripod.com/5.htm And so was Hopkins Military Academy. http://fearonmtv.tripod.com/4.htm With all that said, I love this show. If you just look at it as entertainment and forget about how bullshit it can be, it's a good time. I was bummed at first when I found out it was all fake, but in a way that's better because it get's real creepy, and the greatest movie of all time was guilty of the same bullshit, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre. If you can remember, at the begining of the movie they claim it is based on actual events, but the date they give is from the same year it was filmed. Whatever, it doesn't take away from the movie as long as you're not counting on it being for real. In their defense, they might have been trying to go for real in the begining, West Virginia State Penitentiary is a real place, so is Eastern State penitentiary. The truth is, they don't really have a choice, they're forced to fake it. If nothing happened, none of you would watch it. I doubt anyone here would tune in to watch people walk around at night in an empty building if there were no scary noises and spooky stories about ghosts, satanists, horrible accidents and murders to go along with it, I know I wouldn't.
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    Wild On!

    She is awesome, they need to give her more face time on E!, the could have her in the corner giving running comentary like on the deluxe DVDs. Jules Asner, sooo good. I can't believe Canadians get to see the tits! We [the U.S.] are most definitely getting fucked on that one.
  5. I saw Dillinger Four last night, it was awesome. The place is small, but it was still a good show. I got the promo for the new album, it's pretty good, you won't be disappointed.
  6. The hawaiina version of Steve Miller? I'm sucked in, I'll have to look for it. I think I play "Serenade" eveytime there's a jukebox around, that song if fucking genius.
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    music

    HOYL SHIT! you spelled straightedge wrong! Man, if Rinso hears about this, you're out. :lol: :lol: But in all seriousness, I know what you're saying, the catagories were limited. p.s.- You were crying, really. :lol: [if you're reading this, don't take any of it seriously, we both live in the same city].
  8. Juno When I Was In Death Cab For Cutie Why You'd Want To Live Here Steve Miller Serenade :king: This song is fucking genius. Taking Back Sunday Cute Without the 'E' [Cut From the Team] Pink Floyd Time
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    Look at that Dezn, you cried and cried and now theres a metal catagory. You better be makin' damn good use of it considering all the complaining you did.:lol: But seriously, if metal doesn't win you're in big trouble, [like I can do anything to you]. By the way, there's no crying in sXe, but we'll consider this one a warning.:lol: :lol:
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    Dezn, you're being picky. Just vote rock and quit splitting hairs. Leave it to the sXe kids to argue.:lol: :lol:
  11. That's a hot picture of her, and it is touched up, but who cares? I think she's awesome, and would totally get on her, and I'll let the smilly explain what I'd do if I had the chance.:crazy:
  12. The exact point I was going to make. You can't come in here and then get bent out of shape, you know what's in here before you read it, "offensive jokes."
  13. I don't pretend to know what's going on over there, but I agree it'd be pretty easy to fake those pictures. If you're dealing with still images and not video you could fake gunfire too, but it takes longer. Even if a video does turn up, how many movies have you watched where people are shot? I'm in NO way taking sides here, I'm just backing up a previous comment and making another point. I know better than to comment on subjects like this, I'll leave that headache to the rest of the world.
  14. You just got the names of a bunch of great bands, so I'll try not to list the same ones, but first things first, do yourself a Favor and get Slint album "Spiderland" like everyone has been saying, it's fucking great. You should definitely check out The Good Life, Prevent Falls, the Juno album "A Future Lived in Past Tense" is a must have, the new Favez album, anything by Beulah, this band Failure that a guy I work with was playing in the car is amazing. The album is from '96, but I can't remember the name, it was the best thing I've heard in a long time. Texas is the Reason is one of those classic "emo" bands that gets over looked a lot, and everyone in this thread has been sleeping on Superchunk, they're one of the best bands around. Crooked Fingers is the singer from Archers of Loaf, his stuff is unreal. Strike Anywhere is a great band, but they're a little harder than most of what's getting recomended here. A lot of people like The Get Up Kids, the new Girls Against Boys album is awesome, and there are new albums by Piebald, Rye Coalition, The Casket Lottery and The Most Secret Method that are all worth checking out. If you've never heard At the Drive-In you should check them out. They broke up and now the members are in two new bands, Sparta [is awesome] and The Mars Volta [is disappointing], and there is this band The White Octave that sounds a lot like At the Drive-In, but they're still really good and worth checking out. This is in no way a complete list, but I review CDs for a living, so I tend to forget a lot of the best stuff if it's not from the last six months.
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