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Old 05-08-2018, 08:17 PM   #61
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I quite like cauliflower. It's neutral. I wouldn't want a plate of nothing but cauliflower, but it's fine as far as it goes.

As far as spicy food goes, I prefer to get it up front, not like some of that Thai stuff where it tastes bland and then the heat hits you five minutes later. If it must be hot, I want it to taste hot.
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Old 05-08-2018, 09:15 PM   #62
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In other news, Desert Daze added Jarvis Cocker, Earth playing a full album, and some other smaller acts. Apparently they srill have another headliner to announce.

Really excited for this new location at the lake. How often do you get to swim and rent boats during a festival?
I'm really feeling this lineup too.
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I’m debating whether to drop $150 (which will look more like 200 when all is said and done) to go see Alan Cumming tomorrow night. He sings, so it’s kinda music related.
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I support you, IWB. Alan Cumming seems like a cool person.
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It’s hard to dislike the guy when he retweets/donates to a random trans guy’s go fund me for top surgery.

And of course there’s always this ridiculously hilarious and awesome mashup:

https://youtu.be/CWlcz87vKw4
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Totally unrelated, the current singer of the Dropkick Murphy’s apparently joined the band 20 years ago, which was around the same time I started listening to them. That made me feel crazy old haha.
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Adding to the double bill discussion from the other day: I'm seeing an Afghan Whigs/Built to Spill double bill on Thursday
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Totally unrelated, the current singer of the Dropkick Murphy’s apparently joined the band 20 years ago, which was around the same time I started listening to them. That made me feel crazy old haha.
You know what makes me feel crazy old? That U2 are now "reviving" songs live that did not even exist when I joined this bloody forum.
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So with all the publicity surrounding the 25th anniversary boxed set of of Liz Phair's Exile in Guyville, I was wondering what happened to that double album she was working on with Ryan Adams.

I found a recent interview where it was brought up. Apparently it was being modeled after The White Album and was supposed to be a lot of fun, but then Trump's election caused them to reevaluate what they had and focus on a more serious approach. Sound familiar? She said she does plan to release the abandoned stuff at some point. And the album is near completion, supposedly.
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You know what makes me feel crazy old? That U2 are now "reviving" songs live that did not even exist when I joined this bloody forum.


I hadn’t put that together while reading the shuttlecock thread, but that is a solid point.
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You know what makes me feel crazy old? Not really, but for the sake of conversation? The phrase 'twenty years' doesn't really evoke that much in me. Twenty years is twenty years. It's not that long, actually. Now forty, we're cooking, we've got ourselves a stew, baby. But twenty? That's like, just two decades. And a decade is only about seven years if you squint or are drunk some of it.
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And a decade is only about seven years if you squint or are drunk some of it.
Does this mean a decade for me is approximately two years?
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yes. yes it does.
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When I was in my mid 20s, ten years did seem like a really long time. I’m in my mid 30s now though, and stuff is just starting to get around that 20 year ago mark so yeah, long ass time.
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If u2 hadn't run out the clock on most of the 2000s, they'd only be like a thirty-year-old band now. Doesn't sound so daunting, does it?
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