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Yeah touche about the “Mind Mischief” remix.
I guess the part that surprised me the most is he went for a more “Then It’s White” approach then his traditional beat friendly remixes (like the “Mind Mischief” one).
Reminds me of when Tame Impala fans reacted to The Field’s remix on Stereogum all upset about how it sounded nothing like the original. Uhhhhh, that means he did a great job!
They don’t teach advanced algebra until you’re 16, I think.
” Ugh. You should really STFU. I was totally willing to put an end to this but now you’re really actually pissing me off.”
I totally think the cafe owner is really AND actually a 15 year old girl.
“Question: If an elevator fight spills out of the elevator and keeps going in front of reporters, it kind of stops being an elevator fight, right?”
I think to be classified as an “elevator fight,” said fight needs to begin AND end on said elevator.
Because if a fight starts on an elevator then continues outside of the elevator, I’m pretty sure you just have a plain old fight. If a fight started OUTSIDE of an elevator, continued inside and then concluded in an elevator, that wouldn’t be an elevator fight either. It’d just be a fight that involved an elevator.
“which sounds like the 2001 monolith might’ve sounded if it was a giant pillow”
Holy shit you nailed it Tom!
This remix is breathtaking.
Saturnian! Weigh in here!!
You do know they’re ninjas, right?
Perhaps that’s not a keyboard Gerrit’s controlling, but programmed buttons to make the Sam Herring Bot sing and dance!
Wake up sheeple! James is giving us a glimpse behind the veil!
Samuel Herring is the front man.
His dance moves also referred to as “Doing the Herring”
Well, if they’re the worst, I guess Morello gets the VIP treatment at McDonald’s. Probably in the playpen, where he learned how to use Twitter like a grade school kid.
It’s pitchfork that titled their post as an apology, then cited Stereogum up and down in their news post.
Team ‘Gum got it right! But I’m guessing The Koz checks p4k more often since his 9.2, saw the “apologizes” line and noticed Stereogum was cited, so that’s how both sites got shouts outs.
Maybe if we stir enough shit in this comment section, Mark will write songs about us too!