That helps explain it a bit more. I’m not hating. Last week was “Viet Cong” for the work week and “SremmLife” for the weekend so only time will tell.
When the name is 311, you know it ain’t easy to incorporate subtle lyrical references to their solid body of work. I’m not used to it, you’d think I’d be by now. The ins, the outs, the ups and the downs, down. I tried to keep up, now I wish you all the luck.
Words can’t really express how happy I am to have your catty commenting back plb.
I can’t believe Wal-Mart would LIE to us!
Look, I love “No Type” quite possibly more than the average fan. Hell, it’s got the #1 spot on my top penultimate tracks of 2015 in this young year, but don’t make me laugh at putting that album ahead of Viet Cong.
I want to live in a world where we can agree that “March of Progress” is a better musical composition than “Unlock the Swag”
You probably could’ve left it butchered and nobody would’ve noticed. It’s not like you’re making a 311 reference that we’d all call you out on or anything…
Closer to 5, but I feel ya Doris.
We are J.K. Simmons.
If that’s the official quote, then the above quote needs ellipses in between, “He looks gay to me.” and, “He does seem effeminate.”
Then of course you can leave out the part where he explains the reason it’ll be his only hit song is because it’s so good. (I take it Howard never heard “Latch”)
I could care less about all this “Is Howard Stern Homophobic Or Not” discussion. But misquoting people then inserting opinions based on said misquote is bush league journalism 101.
I was really into that performance until Captain Obvious alerted everyone he was freezing.
And then everyone thought it was funny?
“HAHA YOU’RE freezing?! Man come stand over here IN THE SNOW and I’ll show you freezing… oh wait, you’re in snow too, hahaha.”
I bet New York gets a lot of those type of idiots at shows.