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  • Very comfortable: I don't mind people seeing me in any appropriate place

    29 58.00%
  • Somewhat comforable: Only places like spas, swimming pools, beach, etc

    12 24.00%
  • Moderately comforable: Only prefer people of my own gender seeing me

    4 8.00%
  • Somewhat uncomforable: Would rather not anyone see my physical shape

    4 8.00%
  • Embarassed: Try to hide everything I can.

    1 2.00%
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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    I think contemporary punk is experiencing a resurgence. There's a lot of new Crust Punk bands coming out and the scene is pretty healthy.

    The problem is that bands that twenty five years ago would have been just normal punk bands like the Dead Kennedys or Black Flag today become crust bands because they have to make absolutely sure they're in no way associated with "posi-hardcore" or gay ass Blink 182.

    It means that bands that could be making really good music in studios with actual instruments are trying to record on their own in squats with **** instruments. I, personally, would like to go to a show in a place that isn't full of garbage and 14 year old runaways. That would be fun for me, if only occasionally.

    We have three places we can firmly blame ALL of this on:

    DC (****ty straightedge)
    Boston (****ty hardcore)
    Souther California (****ty skate punk)

    It's their fault. NYC Hardcore tried to punk it up a little bit, but they just ended up making "beat you up" tough guy hardcore and it didn't help much. Boston also gets somewhat forgiveness for giving us the Dropkicks and the Streetdogs, totally good bands. Otherwise, **** their posi hardcore bull****.

    As for Oi!, it's a dead genre. Dead. Gone. No more. All the folk punk stuff (FOi!lk) revived it a little bit, but like I said there's only so many songs you can make with punk rhythms and bagpipes and the Dropkicks basically did all of them.
    And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?

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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    Quote Originally Posted by new coup for you View Post
    I think contemporary punk is experiencing a resurgence. There's a lot of new Crust Punk bands coming out and the scene is pretty healthy.

    The problem is that bands that twenty five years ago would have been just normal punk bands like the Dead Kennedys or Black Flag today become crust bands because they have to make absolutely sure they're in no way associated with "posi-hardcore" or gay ass Blink 182.

    It means that bands that could be making really good music in studios with actual instruments are trying to record on their own in squats with **** instruments. I, personally, would like to go to a show in a place that isn't full of garbage and 14 year old runaways. That would be fun for me, if only occasionally.

    We have three places we can firmly blame ALL of this on:

    DC (****ty straightedge)
    Boston (****ty hardcore)
    Souther California (****ty skate punk)

    It's their fault. NYC Hardcore tried to punk it up a little bit, but they just ended up making "beat you up" tough guy hardcore and it didn't help much. Boston also gets somewhat forgiveness for giving us the Dropkicks and the Streetdogs, totally good bands. Otherwise, **** their posi hardcore bull****.

    As for Oi!, it's a dead genre. Dead. Gone. No more. All the folk punk stuff (FOi!lk) revived it a little bit, but like I said there's only so many songs you can make with punk rhythms and bagpipes and the Dropkicks basically did all of them.




    Yeah. not a huge fan of dropkick. It's slapshot after choke took up drinking in an irish bar after he tried to do ska as the bosstones..


    yeah, all of boston sounds like choke.
    Last edited by ReverendHellh0und; 01-29-09 at 02:19 PM.


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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    the dropkick murphys are so awesome; I love them with all my body (including my pee pee).

    I saw them live in a bar in Southie with MAYBE 20 other people. It wasn't billed, totally secret, no tickets. Yeah it's a pretty big deal. If you want to make friends in Dorchester in Boston just put "Skinhead on the MBTA" on the juke, then everyone will like you. If you want to get your ass kicked put on "Shipping up to Boston", then everyone will hate you and beat you like the poseur you are.

    You need to start liking them right now, they're the only decent think that's come out of punk in almost 30 years.

    they're totally unique. seriously. i love them. SO MUCH. WAY better then Choke. WAY BETTER.

    Ska isn't just dead, it's been brutally raped and displayed...

    I HATE ska kids that think they know **** about Skinheads. Just because we both listen to Desmond Dekker doesn't mean we're going to hang out, you emo glasses wearing dork.
    Last edited by new coup for you; 01-29-09 at 02:23 PM.
    And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?

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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    I could never get into punk. I went headfirst into metal and never looked back.
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    gay ass Blink 182
    I liked Enema of the State when I was a little skater-punk, but I thought their 2003 album (untitled) was really, really good. I guess I'm just gay...wanna make out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EgoffTib View Post
    I could never get into punk. I went headfirst into metal and never looked back.
    yeah metal is so cool, I remember that one time that band had a 20 minute long medly-medly-medly guitar solo in that one song that was basically the lord of the rings.
    And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?

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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    Quote Originally Posted by new coup for you View Post
    yeah metal is so cool, I remember that one time that band had a 20 minute long medly-medly-medly guitar solo in that one song that was basically the lord of the rings.
    Oh, come on now, You want to play the "ignorant generalizations" game?

    "Remember that one punk show where the guy sang about how society ****ed him and then that one guy punched me in the mouth and we all started fighting? So awesome."

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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    Quote Originally Posted by new coup for you View Post
    the dropkick murphys are so awesome; I love them with all my body (including my pee pee).

    they alright.... still why does every boston band need to sing like choke is beyond me....

    I have there stuff, just gets tiring....

    I saw them live in a bar in Southie with MAYBE 20 other people. It wasn't billed, totally secret, no tickets. Yeah it's a pretty big deal. If you want to make friends in Dorchester in Boston just put "Skinhead on the MBTA" on the juke, then everyone will like you. If you want to get your ass kicked put on "Shipping up to Boston", then everyone will hate you and beat you like the poseur you are.

    You need to start liking them right now, they're the only decent think that's come out of punk in almost 30 years.

    they're totally unique. seriously. i love them. SO MUCH. WAY better then Choke. WAY BETTER.

    That would be a fun show.....




    Ska isn't just dead, it's been brutally raped and displayed...

    I HATE ska kids that think they know **** about Skinheads. Just because we both listen to Desmond Dekker doesn't mean we're going to hang out, you emo glasses wearing dork.


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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    All third wave Ska is awful. Reel Big Fish, Might Mighty Bosstones, Less then Jake...****ing NO DOUBT! No Doubt! Although they get some points for their hilarious cover of that Vandals song (actually the Vandals weren't bad, for being from SoCal).

    I will listen to ONE THOUSAND hours of the Dropkicks sing Irish sea shanties about unity and will ASK FOR MORE at the end.
    And why does your tone suggest that you do not care about children?

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    Re: How do you feel about your own personal physique/figure?

    Quote Originally Posted by EgoffTib View Post
    Oh, come on now, You want to play the "ignorant generalizations" game?

    "Remember that one punk show where the guy sang about how society ****ed him and then that one guy punched me in the mouth and we all started fighting? So awesome."

    Something about music directly influenced by classical is neat to me.

    Black Metal >
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    Don't apologize to me over that silly ****. I could care less if I can see the dust or not.
    Now apologize for apologizing!

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