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Old 02-15-2007, 10:23 AM   #136
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Oh if only the same thing could happen to people who really suck and need to go away, like Ashlee Simpson, Paris Hilton, Jessica Simpson, and JT.

I think you left Creed and yourself off of that list.


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Seriously though I think what destroyed Creed was that Scott became an assholic drunk and pissed off those close to him. First his wife left him, then the bassist left. Then the band split up. They imploded on their own.

Maybe it was the fact that they were complete garbage, too? I bet that was a determining factor. I know I certainly didn't like Creed because Scott Stapp is a drunk. I didn't like them because they fucking suck.







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I don't like Creed, and I don't like Coldplay, but I could care less if other people do. But frankly, maybe it's not your opinions that people disrespect but the manner in which you present them. Why do you have to bring your hurt feelings about whatever somebody said to you about Creed into a thread about Justin Timberlake? More than likely nobody cares whether you like Creed or not but you make it an issue. Maybe try some constructive criticism about artists you don't like instead of resorting to comments about their hygiene, body hair, and just saying they suck and they're shit and wusses. We all stoop to that occasionally unfortunately, and I'm honestly not trying to pick on you, but maybe lighten up and don't get so defensive when people disagree with you. Just a suggestion.
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I don't like Creed, and I don't like Coldplay, but I could care less if other people do. But frankly, maybe it's not your opinions that people disrespect but the manner in which you present them. Why do you have to bring your hurt feelings about whatever somebody said to you about Creed into a thread about Justin Timberlake? More than likely nobody cares whether you like Creed or not but you make it an issue. Maybe try some constructive criticism about artists you don't like instead of resorting to comments about their hygiene, body hair, and just saying they suck and they're shit and wusses. We all stoop to that occasionally unfortunately, and I'm honestly not trying to pick on you, but maybe lighten up and don't get so defensive when people disagree with you. Just a suggestion.
Something tells me she's not going to get the point anyhow...
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I think you left Creed and yourself off of that list.
Hey, that was mean.

I was going to say, "Take JT OFF that list" and I'll finally have something to agree about with U2Kitten.

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Old 02-15-2007, 11:32 AM   #140
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I think you left Creed and yourself off of that list.
I don't care what the situation is, you don't personally attack other members. Haven't you gotten in trouble enough for this in the past to have learned your lesson?

I don't feel the need to quote joyfulgirl again in this thread, but I definitely agree with it 100%.

Once again, U2Kitten, drama surrounds you. Coincidence? No. You always make comments that start stuff, and then you get upset that people pick on you. While inmyplace13's comment was out of line and violated the rules, I understand where he's coming from...because he's getting frustrated with you pulling the same stuff time and time again, like so many of us are.
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Ever see that episode of the Flintstones where Wilma wanted to destroy Fred's musical career as 'HiFi' so she spread a rumor among all the teens that he was a 'square?' In days the crowds were gone.
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Well Joyful surely you are old enough to remember that episode. I know Headache is not.

It was referring to the way a person's career can be destroyed by people saying they are shit, as the poster I answered was trying to say about Creed. How could you not get that?
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Thats it... :throwsarmsupintheair:

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Well Joyful surely you are old enough to remember that episode. I know Headache is not.

It was referring to the way a person's career can be destroyed by people saying they are shit, as the poster I answered was trying to say about Creed. How could you not get that?
normally i try to make my comparisons with the jetsons as opposed to the flintstones. they were much more advanced as a people.

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Well Joyful surely you are old enough to remember that episode. I know Headache is not.

It was referring to the way a person's career can be destroyed by people saying they are shit, as the poster I answered was trying to say about Creed. How could you not get that?
I may be old enough but my brain is not big enough to retain Flintstones episodes.

Anyway, I just loved Headache's bunny thing so much I had to him.
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Was the story about Pearl Jam threatening to leave their label if said label re-signed Creed true? If so, that's hilarious.
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Was the story about Pearl Jam threatening to leave their label if said label re-signed Creed true? If so, that's hilarious.
It's hilarious but it's also legitimate.

I know that if I had a prospective employer talking to me about a job, and they just hired someone I knew to be blatantly incompetent, I'd likely think twice about that company.

The Flintstones are on the air, right now, today, on Boomerang, so, U2kitten, we're all old enough to have seen the episode. But it's possible we're all too old to actually use it to illustrate a point.
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