Location: Pain... pain is my home. HA! But seriously, I live in darkness.
Joined Oct 08, 2012 at 09:31PM EDT
I’m a huge fan of That Guy With The Glasses, and regularly keep up on the Nostalgia Critic, Atop the Fourth Wall, Bad Movie Beatdown, Todd in the Shadows, Cinema Snob, and Anime Abandon, plus all of James Rolfe(aka Angry Video Game Nerd)‘s various projects, all of which give me absolutely no room to have a life. I also love math, as you probably already guessed, and would probably do something with that if the internet didn’t already own my mind, body and soul.
Oh, and if you’re wondering where my somewhat negative outlook on the world comes from, well…
(I guess this playlist will have to do for now. Goddamn DMCA takedowns…)
You know, it’s pretty easy to “prove” a point when…
1. You pull “damning” statistics directly out of your anus.
2. People are too stupid to question you about them.
Because I’m sure you were waiting for it:
Added a video to Rape Culture.
And yet, when these feminists try to argue that such a “culture” exists, those examples of women on young men rape are virtually never used. Curious…
That’s just a grade 5 brain fart right there.
She probably should have spent more time preparing for this.
I really don’t know exactly what to say about Hey You. Just… that intro… that bass… just perfect.
Some of the greatest piano ever in Nobody Home. I don’t think that statement’s too controversial.
Of course, Comfortably Numb has perhaps the absolute greatest guitar solo in the history of music. It sends chills down my spine every time I listen.
More of the same instrumental brilliance for Run Like Hell. You can feel the hammers marching with each beat. It’s like your there at this nightmarish rally, and there is no hope of escaping. The same goes for Waiting for the Worms, only heavier and even more foreboding.
Orchestra. Because why not? This is Pink goddamn Floyd after all. It’s freaky, bizarre, and the perfect climax to the fucked-up story of this fucked-up guy called Pink.
And the album loops forever…
In conclusion, in length it’s just a little bit over an hour and twenty minutes. A pretty short feature film, basically. How is this not enough? And I didn’t even go into a tenth of the detail I could have.
Sorry if this dragged on for way too fucking long, but I just had to get it off my chest. I would love to hear a reply. Best regards.
The quiet melody of the album’s last song Outside the Wall opens things up (performed by the clarinet, my instrument wouldn’t you know it), slowly lulling you into a sense of… BAM! Oh god I love that transition and the opening to In the Flesh? proper- just pure hard rock goodness. Electric guitar and drums blaring like their lives depended on it, fuck yeah!
The eerie flowing etheral sounds and ghostly guitar work on ABitW Part 1, setting a mood like only they can.
ABitW Part 2 is grounded in a kick-ass disco-inspired guitar riff and drum line. This was a number one hit. At the dead end of 1979. That’s right- something disco related became a number one hit after disco was declared dead. That is the power of Pink Floyd.
Goodbye Blue Sky and Young Lust both have particularly amazing guitar stuff. The former acoustic in accordance with its soft, unsettling style, and the latter electric to match the hard rock feel. In case you couldn’t already tell, I think David Gilmour is just the man, man.
Oh boy have you just incurred my wrath. PREPARE… TO… hear a different opinion than your own.
Seriously though, although you’re certainly allowed to like and dislike whatever the hell you want, I just can’t stay silent on this one.
“Two discs worth of lyrics and story, but without music to back it up…”
I could seriously write a fucking novel about all the different ways all the different music in The Wall kicks major ass, but I have a life.
HA! Just kidding. I am, however, closer to possessing a life than that. Besides, I’d lose your attention pretty quickly. So I’ll just give you the highlights.
Joe can’t pose for shit.
Cameron you fool! Don’t you know that BDSM porn accounts for 27% of your nation’s GDP!?
Ah yes, that lovely little “argument” that’s been used to shut down people’s rational faculties for thousands of years.
God fucking damnit.
You keep saying that over and over in these comments, but have yet to lay out your own reasoning behind that clearly, let alone with some form of solid evidence for it. Seems to me that what you’re actually attempting to do is closer to baiting than engaging in rational discourse.
Except that comparison doesn’t work at all, because the United States didn’t “put out” this film- Sony/Columbia Pictures/Evan Goldberg, Seth Rogen, Dan Sterling and James Weaver did. This is a fucking ridiculous comedy, and everyone with a functioning brain cell knows it.
“…specific to one thing…”
And what exactly would that “one thing” be? You’re not blowing me away with your argument technique right now.
KYM has always considered something relevant and notable enough to internet culture to be worthy of documentation, regardless of whether it falls under whoever’s strict definition of “meme”.
No need to feel like shit- it’s both the rapists and false accusers that should. But many don’t, because of course people are fucking horrible.
That… makes no sense. Memes and internet culture have always been virtually interchangeable.
Go find the green button to the right of “overview”, and report back to me with your findings.
Not sure why you got downvoted- that is an accurate correction.
And how the fuck is this relevant?
I’m sure some of them do have a fetish for it, but it’s none of your goddamn business. And if you really think that makes it okay to try and poison them with a fucking chemical attack, then you desperately need to be shipped away to the freak wharf for the good of all humanity.
“bat-shit crazy off the deep end”
No, I think you’re confusing him for the people he makes fun of in his videos.
Don’t reply to spam accounts- no matter what you say, it just encourages more to show up. Inform a mod instead.
It’s certainly weird though. I don’t think I’ve ever seen one in the forums that wasn’t an OP.