I second that emotion.
Type: Posts; User: SoulDischarge
I second that emotion.
Eh, one less Tool fan in the world.
That Xanax line was a thing of beauty. I thought this was kind of the soapiest episode of the season, with a bunch of conflicts finally boiling over and characters saying exactly what they were...
Speaking of which, I'm halfway through season 2 of The Americans and I enjoy it a lot and it's very gripping and complex, but it can be a bit difficult to binge on considering how serious the tone is...
LOL people like things.
I loved the album before seeing it live, but some times seeing songs performed live can make you hear something in the recorded tracks that you hadn't before.
Sometimes you just luck out and find the Costco of underage Mexican prostitutes.
Crazy how I just manipulated and twisted his words right there by copying the exact words he posted, isn't it? I should start running political campaigns.
Jesus hates stretching.
You're boring. Were you able to see those Nick Cave songs live at all?
I have to remember to look at this list as representative of what has the widest appeal...
There's been so much backlash against Looking from homos lately, and half of it is from people who have never seen it. Does every single piece of gay media have to be a fucking flamboyant, shallow...
Yeah, Swans, start making shittier music so you look better on internet polls already.
If only she hadn't denounced the synthesizer . . .
More like a whor-se, am I right gentlemen? Ladies are just sex objects.
This is a good one to own on Criterion. It's an easy film to dismiss as massively overrated in a way if you only watch it once, and the commentary really sheds a ton of light on what Antonioni was...
Criterion 50% off sale for 24 hours.
Tell us what you're listening to while you fuck, why don't you?
Disco Bloodbath - Resident Advisor podcast
David Bowie - Hunky Dory
Gram Parsons - Grievous Angel
It just hasn't been out for very long.
Just gave a handjob while listening to David Bowie.
The handbag/pegging episode is still funniest of the season, but it was another grepisode (great episode, for the non-CBB nerds). YES QUEEN, "We don't talk about Uber down here!", and the way they...
Project Free TV.
Honestly, though, I don't even hate it. Everything about the video and song are so misguided that it actually kind of brings me joy. Especially the Mad Lib lyrics.
Haaaa, I thought the same thing.
Looks like an Ohio venue from those bookings more than LA.
Seems like for lady parts, it'd be easier to just dump your junk in milk.
Come on you guys, speak up or Foster The People is going to make our list.
You should stop breathing.
Laying down, legs stretched out.
Agree with all of that. It really is one of the best things on TV right now and fills a need for well realized, nuanced gay drama. Also, the gay bar scene in Modesto was such an apt depiction of what...
You don't say!
The AV Club review of this episode gave it a high grade but the reviewer made a comment about how far they're willing to put up with straight up obnoxious characters like Jessa and...
Cut Drake some slack.
Check out From All Purity from last year, very ugly, uncompromising noise metal.
RIP. And let's not forget he continued his sci-fi legacy throughout his later years as a recurring guest star on Fringe.
That about makes sense. Two terrible things that modern gays love that try to revel in camp and fail miserably.
I felt dumb never realizing the pun inherent in his name. Yep, still enjoying it plenty, it's cool to see Saul have slightly more of a moral compass but still just be a natural born bullshitter. It's...
Yeah, I kept thinking how much I can't stand Marnie, but then there was that scene between her and Hannah that had nothing to do with Desi or their musical duo at all and I didn't mind her at all and...
Ugh. Joke ruined, thanks board. It was supposed to redirect to Spooks' forum posts.
There's your fundamental misconception right there.
You must have a mighty good telescope to see it from where you're standing.
Throw in a free vasectomy performed by a blind wino and that VIP would be pretty hard to pass up.
I wouldn't say they're objectively terrible, they seem fairly competent at striking the note their trying to strike. It's just one that doesn't really appeal to me at all musically or comedically....
Yeah, it's surprising just how much of a gut punch this one is, but he was always a highlight of any Earwolf venture he was part of.