By dilligaf - 27/09/2011 06:22 - United States
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My fiancé had 3 days to chose between an amazing job 6 hours away from me or to stay with me, I wouldn't let him stay. I told him there was no option, he had to chose the job. After a few months I surprised him by selling our house, quitting my job, and moving with him. Now I have an amazing job and I don't regret my decision. If you have to chose between your dream job and your partner and they aren't on board don't let them hold you back. Follow your dreams and you will find someone who will appreciate you for who you are.
Oh really? Let me take a guess at what you call "music" based on your picture. Cry babies that mutilate themselves and pierce/ tattoo themselves until they look like a freak show literally screaming random shit in your ears that then whine and complain about why no one accepts them? Yeah, that's some great music right there... I should know I've listened to a few of those shitty "songs". Maybe, just maybe, good music to you isn't what's good music to them. Don't be so close minded actually listen to it before you knock it. And when I say listen I don't mean to two seconds or just one song. I know it's hard to not be a chump that believes everything they do and think is best because this the Internet, but come on really?
U MAD BRO? No, seriously. First of all, jumping to such enormous conclusions based on a picture is at the height of idiocy. Second, even if you were to base what I listen to on the photo, you'd be closer to what's actually correct. Why don't you look closer? The piercings, tattoos, outfit have everything to do with bellydancing and absolutely nothing to do with "emo", "screamo", and other such genres I myself consider crap as well. But I mean, if you say Ravi Shankar mutilates, pierces, and tattoos himself while screaming into a microphone about how no one loves him, then it must be true. I didn't know you were such good friends with him. Oh, and if you're going to lecture everyone about good music, find a better person to defend than Drake.
Well, 106, as you will find if you go back to my original post, I never commented on rap as a whole. There is rap from the 90s that is worth some respect. It's not my genre of choice, but I would never say I hate all rap. Drake, on the other hand... You've found the entirely wrong person to rage to about not being musically open minded. Anyway, it's not fair to say that anything not made with "real" instruments is unworthy of being called music. There are plenty of awesome subgenres of electronic music in an entirely different realm from the typical club trance crap most people usually associate with the term. It's all about how you USE your instrument. ;)