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Here's a serious question, at what point do people simply leave emotionally abusive relationships? Sometimes easier said than done, but if you don't live with them, or even if you do...It's really important that young folks don't allow themselves to be so dependent on others emotionally and financially, or whatever, so they can get up and leave if something like this happens.
Man, love some Dan Wriggins and Friendship. Whatever he's putting out, I'm there for it.
Man, Stereogum comment sections are maybe as predictable as /r/politics, probably more so. What an echo chamber.
This could be a lot worse, actually. I'll never listen to again and probably wouldn't want it, but I was expecting it to be a lot worse.
I just wish there was something interesting going on here because I mostly like it. The lyrics overly simplistic and there's zero nuance or left-turns or interesting things going on. This reminds me of 'Creature Comfort' from the last one – that was really cool live, by the way, but just on the album doesn't hold up because nothing that interesting happens in it.
Extra, Extra – Read all about it: Dumb celebrity says dumb thing! Would you believe it?
This makes me feel like highschool, not necessarily in a bad way per se.
Didn't one of the "indie blogs" of the mid-2000's have a pretty fantastic Christmas compilation that had like Feist, DCFC, and a slew of others on it? GvB, You Aint No Picasso. My Old Kentucky Blog? I can't remember which one it was.
*Or* instead encouraging anyone and everyone to vote, who may or may not even be making an *educated* decision in the first place – we encourage everyone to get educated. The studies show that if you're educated, you're more likely to vote. If you're educated and don't vote, it's at least assumed you have an educated reason to do so. Then instead of shoving everyone into the lines who, most likely, have no idea how their vote even affects everything – we have educated folks making the decision for themselves. Just goes to show you most people don't *really* care about what's *truly* best for people – people just want votes. God forbid we try to get people educated so they can be independent and knowledgeable adults and make decisions for themselves.
Seen them live three times. Louisville, New Orleans, and Asheville. Great experiences every time.
"everyone isn't a caricature of a party..." Well said, JV. *Except unborn children I'm voting Biden, but as someone who simply believes abortion is an immoral act – it makes it really difficult to continue voting Democrat, at least after this election.
It's pretty obvious and clear the guy isn't against people being antiracism – I think what he's saying is that there are certain people preaching that are in no position to preach. Two different things.
Dude compare the hairline of the photo in this article with this one: https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn%3AANd9GcSrOMwss4blRQgERUrxdRRVtypmVqRtEh08p1o-J3vgha7kdlMu-vPZqbin6CEjN2_sc6OZvqCaslk7HsivGKrj8U47Ya-qevk56lkW&usqp=CAU&ec=45704947 I don't get how it could be how it is in this photo.
I want another Zwan album. I don't care – sue me.