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Old 04-30-2009, 03:13 PM   #1681 (permalink)
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I've always had the impression that there were a lot of them in the Missouri/Tennessee area. Do you find that to be the case?
Well yeah, we do have our share of southern frat boys with their trucker hats, military shorts and Disturbed t shirts.

But I'm talking about actual people.
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Old 04-30-2009, 03:16 PM   #1682 (permalink)
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Actually the Midwest seems to be the nu-metal fan region of the country for some reason.
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Old 04-30-2009, 03:19 PM   #1683 (permalink)
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Well duh.

Rednecks are always the last to adapt to changing social trends. A lot of redneck women now wear crocs, it's the latest fashion down here in Buttf*ck Nowhere, Tennessee.

Redneck society is literally the dumpster of American culture.
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Old 04-30-2009, 04:28 PM   #1684 (permalink)
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Actually the Midwest seems to be the nu-metal fan region of the country for some reason.
Unfortunately, you're completely right.

That's one thing I won't miss about high school, all those fucking nu metal/hot topic worshiping kids.

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I think it was in Canada too, but I'm not sure what that would have to do with anything. There is nothing that links Canada and pot.. it's not Amsterdam here..haha.
haha what, my first time ever in Canada I was blown out of my head. We were staying in Quebec for a class trip and a few of us snuck out of the hotel and bought weed off some natives in a Mcdonalds down the street.
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Old 05-04-2009, 02:46 PM   #1685 (permalink)
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There are natives in Quebec? I'm kidding.. but just so ya'll know Natives are not really known for being into selling drugs.. of course you have your drunk street people that do this whether they're native or whatever. Obviously whomever you bought the pot from they weren't very bright selling drugs to strangers. haha.

And yeah I guess BC is known for producing some of the worlds best pot, and it's a small known fact that parts of Ontario have some of the best growing conditions of anywhere in the world. Apparently something to do with the light cycle in the summer.

But I think overall Canada isn't a marijuana fiends best prospect compared to Amsterdam or some other places in Europe.

We do have pot, and grow some of the worlds best pot, medical marijuana is legal but.. but other wise the law is pretty strict about it.
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We bought some off a group of teenagers, no common sense between any of us at the time, really.
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Actually the Midwest seems to be the nu-metal fan region of the country for some reason.
Tell me about it, I live there. Dear god so many kids looking to pick a fight because "[good band] is ***gy and korn/disturbed (big offender here)/slipknot is the way to go". Damn man I like my music and you like yours. Go away and wash your hair.
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I'm pissed off that Keith Richards fell out of a coconut tree in Tahiti. What the hell is a 66 year old man doing climbing a freakin' tree anyway?
Was that before or after he snorted his father's ashes?
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actually i happen to agree with that.

britpop & the whole post-punk revival really wasn't that exciting.
American rock is a little boy compared to british. Grunge was good????
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Old 05-09-2009, 01:32 AM   #1690 (permalink)
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American rock is a little boy compared to british. Grunge was good????
Yeah but here and now, 95% of active rock bands making relevant exciting music are American, as far as my tastes are that is. I can't think of any British bands from the past 5 years I respect greatly other than The Arctic Monkeys.

America:
Marnie Stern
Deerhunter
Jay Reatard
Atlas Sound
No Age
HEALTH
WAVVES
Yeah Yeah Yeah's
White Stripes
Black Lips
No Age
Abe Vigoda


Britain:
Radiohead
Art Brut (Whose last two albums sucked)
Arctic Monkeys



But I really want someone to prove me wrong, because historically, England has better music. Someone prove me wrong, please?
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