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The illustrated FMLs

Today, my daughter's biggest aspiration is to create a time machine for the sole purpose of going to the '70s to see the Ramones in concert. FML

By Anonymous - / Tuesday 30 July 2013 01:32 / United States - Los Angeles
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  sum42guy2k  |  6

I finally built it! I built a time machine! It only goes into the near future, but it works! I just step inside and then step out and it's 2seconds in the future!

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  threer  |  30

That would be great progress if it did.. It would mean that you just need to enhance it and it would prove that time-travel is possible.

By  BrookieAnn  |  19

Seems legit:)

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  Jeffo193  |  13

Oh for god's sake...think of an original comment, or at least use it in a place where it makes sense.

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  ozpunker  |  20

At least she didn't want to see Pink Floyd ;-)

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  Queensland  |  27

Not all music those days were good. You're acting like every song written was a chart topper. And good songs are written these days, you guys just don't know where to look.

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  Queensland  |  27

You never said mainstream, you said music in general. But yes I agree with you.

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  bamagrl410  |  31

If you agree, why argue? Just saying. But a lot of things are only popularized decades later. Many of the things we think were iconic only became so several years later. It'll be interesting in the future to see what people remember about this decade. I hope it's not Justin Bieber...

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  Enslaved  |  36

I love a lot of the music now a days (Avenged Sevenfold, We Came As Romans, Motionless in White, A Day To Remember, Dance Gavin Dance-- to name a few) AND I love being able to still hear the great music of the past. Don't knock how lucky we are to have access to it ALL!!!

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  Queensland  |  27

Thank you #60, I can read. What I said was the majority of songs produced today aren't shit. We established most mainstream songs are, but not the majority. Let me know in future if I need to step you through more threads.

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Was that really needed? He explained what he meant, yet you kept going. What was the point of that? And a lot (not all, maybe not even most, but a LOT) of music isn't good these days like they were back then. Back then, it was all pure talent. Now it's all about electronics changing your voice and using a computer to make music. More bands with pure talent need to surface more and take over the music that we have to listen to today.

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  wallandpiece  |  16

A lot of music today is very good. And that includes some pop music too. I completely despise those who hate things young and new. Stop hanging on to the past. If only you knew about half the bands in existence today, you would probably change your opinions. However you people hear one song from the charts and assume all songs produced in 2013 are like that.

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  Ichiya  |  29

As a young adult who has listened to many genres of music I find that those produced by real instruments played by people who actually have the talent to do so have a stronger emotional vibe to them. When a singer/ band relies on computers to make the music and or alter their voice I feel their is a bigger disconnect between the emotions the group wants to convey and what the audience recieves.Thats not to say that I dislike all modern music or like all classic music. I enjoy classical, rock, old and new country, disco, pop, jpop, jrock, spanish pop, metal, and many other genres. Of course this is all speculation and entirely my opinion.

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  Enslaved  |  36

I think more people would have understood your pun if they were more familiar with some of their songs. Guess we just have to wait for that time machine. :P

By  gpsf  |  0

Wow I don't know who that is ?

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  kurodansei  |  15

it's okay buddy you're not alone in the dark on this one.

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