By shadowsorel - 30/08/2012 20:34 - United States - Chicago
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I would've hit them I have low tolerance for bullshit you shouldn't tolerate that
79 - My theory about those people is they think that OP didn't do enough to stop it and therefore deserved it/can't take a joke/did something to deserve it that they're not telling us about/or some other stupid thing. Not entirely positive; that's just my theory
I gotta say, if music is getting blasted then metal is a great way to go. The stuff is designed to be loud, so yeah, if you're not used to it (don't have hearing damage already...) it's a shock, but metal is an easier genre to listen to than pop at 100% volume. Of course, I'm biased...
You can F.O.A.D and Burn in Hell for all I care! It's Sad But True that there are metal bashers like you. Tomorows Dream for me is to not have to smartasses. I shall fight Through Blood By Thunder to defend metal. May The Cowboys from Hell rise up and make sure you Rust in Peace. If you got all 7 of those metal references then I want to marry you... I don't care if you're a guy, I'll go gay for your awesomeness! I should probably comment about the FML post.... that sucks?
To shut all of these biased idiots up, let me make a statement: Music is wonderful because there are genres that fit different people. One genre is not meant to be all things to all people. If you think a genre is bad just because you don't like it, then pull your pants up; your ignorance is showing.
38- I listen to music that is considered metal by some people and not by some people. Like Slipknot, Asking Alexandria, As I Lay Dying and other shit. And I've never even thought about doing drugs. I've been offered beer, weed, cigars, cigarettes, you name it. I turn it down and refuse. Please don't stereotype people.
67-got it in one. Hell I love all music. Every single kind there is out there just because you don't like the sound doesn't mean it doesnt mean something to someone so keep your opinions to yourself please. Music is about the lyrics and the beat combined not just one by their selves.
To 38- so all the metal songs I listen to mean I want to do drugs? What about pop, rap, mainstream music, where they're clearly saying they want to get stoned, metal is not about drugs, nor violence, ok maybe some of it is, but a lot of what I listen to is about anti war, anti child abuse, love, it's a radical way to get the message across, but the messages are there, maybe you should try listening to bands like disturbed, tell me they're putting out bad messages and turning kids to drugs, then tell me that Chris brown, Rihanna, and people like them aren't giving bad messages, quit stereotyping, I've listened to metal since I was around 15 years old, I'm now 22 and still never done drugs