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#3 movie thread in Off Topic

07/27/1978

posted 1 month ago
#9 best music to rock out to and have a good time? in Off Topic

Brock's got the right idea

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hnVFGz0xYKE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFbba9ijrA8

posted 5 months ago
#27 Please help me justify this purchase. in Other Games

Hollow Knight is the best 2D metroid-vania ever made, and the combat & movement is ludicrously crispy. It tells a cool story but is pretty cryptic, though the atmosphere the lore and dialogue gives is impeccable. For the 25+ hours of content $15 is a fucking steal!!

posted 6 months ago
#27 consider voting in World Events
klassyim assuming you havent read any of biden policies at all OR you’re just privileged enough that any policy driven through by either party isn’t going to have any greater effect on your life whatsoever.

Any progress is beneficial for somebody, no matter how slow it is.

Obama ran on a massively left platform at the time in 2008 and then proceeded to do essentially none of the things he promised even though the dems had a supermajority in the house and senate. Give that Biden was his running mate and they're both bred from the same power-entrenched ilk there is no reason to believe anything on Biden's platform will be fought for in any capacity

This argument might make sense if you were talking to someone who wasn't voting, or was voting 3rd party in a swing state, but even then, the whole "people who complain about how shitty American politics are are upper middle class white people who don't understand anything" is not true at all. The 100 million people who don't vote in this country aren't a majority privileged class, they're poor, young, disenfranchised, and largely POC.

And this sentiment that "any progress is good don't complain :)" is consistently used to co-opt actual meaningful change, and used to justify shittier policies that are strictly worse than what was promised (see ACA). Also, this sentiment doesn't apply when we're facing down literal climate doom and its either you go all in, or we all die. Neither candidate is going all in.

I'm voting for Biden because Trump blows and lifting up orgs and people that will criticize him and his fellow milquetoast liberals nonstop sounds a lot more fun that worrying about my LGBT+ and immigrant friends for another 4 years (but Biden won't really do anything to fix their situation all things considered). But as mustardoverlord pointed out, I don't think slapping some rando on the wrist for saying "hey this blows" is very productive

posted 7 months ago
#20 Croatian Thread in Off Topic

are fourth generation Croatian immigrants allowed in this thread?

(I don't know any Croatian, forgive me)

posted 8 months ago
#14 Favourite Music Genre/s in Music, Movies, TV

Modern prog rock (Dear Hunter, Coheed, Bent Knee, Mars Volta, etc). Not really into the over the top "we're so progressive" bands like Dream Theater, but I like them from time to time.

Various jazz artists like Kamasi Washington, George Russel, Miles Davis, Steely Dan/Donald Fagen. I'm not really sure if I could put them all into a single genre so I guess the massive umbrella "jazz" works.

Lately I've been getting more and more into post-hardcore stuff like The Receiving End of Sirens, Fall of Troy, Dance Gavin Dance, etc.

posted about 3 years ago
#9 Is music objective or subjective? in Music, Movies, TV

12tone made a video a while back talking about if a song can be objectively bad or not. Kind of related to this topic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Dfi0cRcpb4

posted about 3 years ago
#39 Unpopular video game opinions in Other Games

Mother 3 is by far the best Mother game and it's not even close.

My favorite Pokemon game is Black/White 2.

I enjoy Twilight Princess far more than Ocarina of Time.

posted about 3 years ago
#39 album recommendations in Music, Movies, TV
VeccMy Chemical Romance - Three Cheers For Sweet Revenge

You know what’s up.

Also OP, what kind of music do you already like to listen to?

posted about 3 years ago
#4 album recommendations in Music, Movies, TV

The Dear Hunter - Act 5: Hymns With the Devil in Confessional
Bent Knee - Shiny Eyed Babies
Gavin Castleton - Home

posted about 3 years ago
#13 give me good series to binge watch in Off Topic

BoJack Horseman

posted about 3 years ago
#14 guitar solos in Off Topic

My favorite would definitely be:
https://youtu.be/1adZiGmpzD8?t=5m39s Bent Knee - Styrofoam Heart

Honorable Mentions:
https://youtu.be/dghKX016ans?t=3m7s The Dear Hunter - Dear Ms. Leading
https://youtu.be/beHn1jPDsrY?t=2m38s Cornbread and Canada - The Final Cut
https://youtu.be/8MySVpdG25w?t=2m32s The Mars Volta - Goliath

posted about 3 years ago
#61 More "casual" things/gamemodes you enjoy in TF2? in TF2 General Discussion

Skial 24/7 Badwater LA is my home.

Other than that, shotgun only Heavy in casual mode is stupid fun.

posted about 3 years ago
#12 favourite music video in Music, Movies, TV

Goliath by The Mars Volta

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My serious answer is Land Animal by Bent Knee
posted about 3 years ago
#10 Songs that have sentimental value to you in Off Topic
  • My Old School by Steely Dan
    Three years ago I went through a massive classic rock phase, and Steely Dan easily became my favorite band from that era (and still are). But, also around that time, I got into my first relationship. For some reason I was listening to this song on repeat around the time me and my first girlfriend started dating, and now whenever I hear it I get immediately transported back to that summer.

  • The Telling Truth by Coheed and Cambria
    When the relationship with my first girlfriend fell apart (we broke up exactly 3 years ago today coincidentally) I was extremely angry and depressed. I got backstabbed by someone who I thought was my friend and felt utterly lost. Coheed had been my favorite band for a while now, but I never really had gotten into this album. But, around this time I got my licence and started driving, which became an escape and I would wander around listening to music. My car is old as fuck, so it can only play CDs, so naturally I wanted to own all of Coheed's discog on CD to play. One day I put GA1 in, and it never left my stereo for like 6 months. Being so incredibly angry, this song really spoke to me, but it also inspired me to play guitar much more seriously than I had been. I learned the song with a couple friends of mine and it became the first song I ever learned all the way through. This drive to learn music has since led me to pursuing a career in music composition, and I plan to go to some music school after getting my AA next year.

  • Freak Machine by Ben Levin Group
    I found this song last year when I was feeling really alone and lost in the world. A lot of my friends were going through a bunch of shit, and I felt even more powerless because I couldn't help them. That's basically what this song is about, the feeling of isolation and loneliness; longing for some sort of human connection. It was also my introduction to Ben Levin and his music.

  • Dead Horse by Bent Knee
    Around late May of this year I started dating my aforementioned ex again. It was great, the three years apart were really good to the both of us. Unfortunately, circumstances would have it that we weren't meant to date at the time. I remember dropping her off at her house after realizing that this great relationship wasn't going to work out and this song came on. I played it on repeat the entire way home, and it still pains me whenever I listen to it.

  • Look Away by The Dear Hunter
    When me and my ex had to go our separate ways, this song really stood out to me and I started playing it on repeat as I left her house. The message of "no matter how hard life sucks I can pick myself back up" was, and still is my mindset moving forward from that relationship. Also, in mid July I went to a musician's summer camp hosted by this band, and it was honestly the most magical experience of my entire life. After a month of dealing with the breakup camp was the first time I felt like myself again, and one of the best friends I made there bonded with me for our love of this song. Basically it just reminds me that shit's gonna be okay :)
posted about 3 years ago
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