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Old 06-04-2005, 12:48 AM   #16
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and for the record, if money is so important to you honey, i can pretty much promise that my family has 10 times the wealth that rob thomas does.

now where's my recording contract?

...oh right...my face breaks glass.

nothing surgery can't fix!
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Rob Thomas has money and is TALENTED! You can't beat that!
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Old 06-04-2005, 06:15 AM   #19
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but he's not talented
he vastly UNtalented
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Old 06-04-2005, 07:24 AM   #20
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Orson Welles was brilliant and spent most of his life broke.

Money certainly isn't an indicator of talent.

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Not what I was implying-
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Old 06-04-2005, 07:26 AM   #21
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and for the record, if money is so important to you honey, i can pretty much promise that my family has 10 times the wealth that rob thomas does.

now where's my recording contract?

...oh right...my face breaks glass.

nothing surgery can't fix!
Don't you dare call me honey! And what I meant was with your constant, nasty attitude, he'll get further then you will in life
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Rob Thomas ... alone ??
He was much better with Matchbox Twenty ...
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Old 06-04-2005, 08:50 AM   #23
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Rob Thomas ... alone ??
He was much better with Matchbox Twenty ...
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Define "further in life" please. Success is subjective, perhaps not everyone needs a record contract and yes-men to have fufillment.

Back on topic...what was the topic again? Oh Yeah MatchThomas20...haven't really heard it/them/him/whatever so I don't really have an opinion.
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Rob Thomas certainly has talent.



Talent in finding the dumbest fucking lyrics and vocals he can pry out of his empty skull and somehow selling the songs in the millions.
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Talent in finding the dumbest fucking lyrics and vocals he can pry out of his empty skull and somehow selling the songs in the millions.
Although taste in music is subjective... there is truth in what you say. Rob Thomas has succeeded where many (and probably even more talented singer/ musicians/ songwriters) have failed.
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how??

for the love of GOd, tell me how he has succeeded?

do it!
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Although taste in music is subjective... there is truth in what you say. Rob Thomas has succeeded where many (and probably even more talented singer/ musicians/ songwriters) have failed.
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He wrote a song/ got to work with Carlos Santana (guitar legend) with it becoming a number one hit. It is probably immortalized in pop culture to boot. Hell, at least it gets a mention in those nifty VH1 specials. He is rich enough to live extravagantly and has a model for a wife. He's famous enough to probably draw a crowd and not far gone enough to have to perform/ appear in those VH1 (mocumentary) Where Are They Now/ performance shows. He's written/ co-written several hits singles that still get airplay on the radio. Even though the elitist establishment magazines such as Rolling Stone, EW, etc hate him they still interview him or make articles about him and his band b/c HE IS SUCCESSFUL.

IF that isn't successful, by anyone's standards then those people need to go to bizarro world and live there or live on a communee out in the Himalayas b/c this world ain't your cup of tea.
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He wrote a song/ got to work with Carlos Santana (guitar legend) with it becoming a number one hit. It is probably immortalized in pop culture to boot. Hell, at least it gets a mention in those nifty VH1 specials. He is rich enough to live extravagantly and has a model for a wife. He's famous enough to probably draw a crowd and not far gone enough to have to perform/ appear in those VH1 (mocumentary) Where Are They Now/ performance shows. He's written/ co-written several hits singles that still get airplay on the radio. Even though the elitist establishment magazines such as Rolling Stone, EW, etc hate him they still interview him or make articles about him and his band b/c HE IS SUCCESSFUL.

IF that isn't successful, by anyone's standards then those people need to go to bizarro world and live there or live on a communee out in the Himalayas b/c this world ain't your cup of tea.

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