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Old 11-15-2005, 03:11 AM   #21 (permalink)
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lol, This is a good thread, penguins, emo bashing...

I hate it when Gangstas get in the pit even more though, its annoying... But damn emos, with their girls arm waving... I always try to get my ONE emo friend in the pit, but hes scared... lol... I do better in the pit than them, and Im drunk when I go in, mostly...
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Old 11-18-2005, 11:26 PM   #22 (permalink)
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Most pits are pretty stupid. I don't see the point in going to metal shows to be in pain. I'm also scrawny and am smart enough to know i would die. Ok maby not die but end up in alot of pain. I know i'm a pussy get over it.
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Old 11-22-2005, 10:19 AM   #23 (permalink)
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whoa.....I had a bad experience w/ hipsters once

there is this local venue in marietta where everyone hangs out on Friday nights. So I went one night and everything was cool, there was some lame, local metal band playing first, and even though they sucked.....they really got things going as far as moshing was concerned. So I'm hanging out and there is this kid....and he looks really pissed, he told me he was angry cause he got punched in the face by the lead singer of one of the bands.....natuarally, I laughed....this pissed him off more and he started fighting with me.....He gets up onto one of the tables and is about to jump on me and I was like....hell no, so I trew him off the table and he smacked his head into the stair/bleacher things behind and got kinda dazed....then everyone stepped on his head and I got kicked out and he had to go to the hospital

Funny Story....i hate hipsters too
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Old 11-24-2005, 03:40 AM   #24 (permalink)
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whoa.....I had a bad experience w/ hipsters once

there is this local venue in marietta where everyone hangs out on Friday nights. So I went one night and everything was cool, there was some lame, local metal band playing first, and even though they sucked.....they really got things going as far as moshing was concerned. So I'm hanging out and there is this kid....and he looks really pissed, he told me he was angry cause he got punched in the face by the lead singer of one of the bands.....natuarally, I laughed....this pissed him off more and he started fighting with me.....He gets up onto one of the tables and is about to jump on me and I was like....hell no, so I trew him off the table and he smacked his head into the stair/bleacher things behind and got kinda dazed....then everyone stepped on his head and I got kicked out and he had to go to the hospital

Funny Story....i hate hipsters too
Nice story, violence and music combined always makes a tale for me...

This isn't really a story, its just more of a report. There's a pub next to The Carling Academy in Birmingham - The pub is called Scruffy Murphy's and the guy who does sound engineering downstairs for gigs is in a category best described as "So-Scene-He-Could-Join-The-Circus". He was about 19, about average height, skinny build with floppy, probably straightened hair, was wearing a stripey t-shirt which probably had the label "Ages 13-14" on the collar and jeans which must have been 26 inch waist on somebody who needed a 30 inch. Literally the jeans were barely above his knees, which meant he had to do this desperate-for-a-pee chicken walk at all times and his dodgy faded grey boxers were on permanent display.

The strangest things was, all of his clothes were obviously new (apart from the pants) and lovingly ironed - just like his hair. How can somebody spend SO long preparing to make themselves look SO BAD!

If, of the many Brummies reading this, you happen to be that sound engineer BUY YOURSELF SOME ADULT SIZED CLOTHES and for god's sake, stand up straight.
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Old 11-24-2005, 12:16 PM   #25 (permalink)
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I think its sad day for any form of real music, especially punk, when you people are talking about clothes and the way other people act at music concerts. "Back in the day" it used to be all about the music, i didnt really concentrate too hard on what way I was jumping around, or the person next to me.
You silly children should either get back to talking music or start writing into some woman's magazine and poor your little hearts out.

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Old 11-24-2005, 12:17 PM   #26 (permalink)
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You should like go to hell and learn only scene kids and hipsters do that.
This thread needs to be locked its ghey.
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Old 11-24-2005, 02:06 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Nice story, violence and music combined always makes a tale for me...

This isn't really a story, its just more of a report. There's a pub next to The Carling Academy in Birmingham - The pub is called Scruffy Murphy's and the guy who does sound engineering downstairs for gigs is in a category best described as "So-Scene-He-Could-Join-The-Circus". He was about 19, about average height, skinny build with floppy, probably straightened hair, was wearing a stripey t-shirt which probably had the label "Ages 13-14" on the collar and jeans which must have been 26 inch waist on somebody who needed a 30 inch. Literally the jeans were barely above his knees, which meant he had to do this desperate-for-a-pee chicken walk at all times and his dodgy faded grey boxers were on permanent display.

The strangest things was, all of his clothes were obviously new (apart from the pants) and lovingly ironed - just like his hair. How can somebody spend SO long preparing to make themselves look SO BAD!

If, of the many Brummies reading this, you happen to be that sound engineer BUY YOURSELF SOME ADULT SIZED CLOTHES and for god's sake, stand up straight.
I wonder if that's the same guy that I tripped over by accident the one week and he started hurling obscenities at me, such as "cretin" and "imbecile". My mate's band is playing there on December 1st, I'll say hello to him I think.
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Old 11-26-2005, 10:45 AM   #28 (permalink)
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I changed my view of hardcore dancing yesterday.
It's a pain.
There was this fat Asian man at the Four Seasons Internet Cafe yesterday for the Monarch Parka, The Same Fate, Knock Your Door, and A Fatal Denial show.
Holy crap, he was sooo "scene", lip ring, sweater three sizes too tight, and girls jeans.
I started a moshpit with him near where A Fatal Denial was playing and he punched me in the jaw so I tackled him into a table.
Five minutes later he's punching the ground like Donkey Kong and jumping like a skippy little dog with a fist in the air.
So...no one wanted to mosh anymore.
What a pain.
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Old 11-26-2005, 02:11 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Dancing is fun if it's done right. Too many times the "scene" kids run in and try and do it. And make the people who actually enjoy it really mad. Needless to say things usually turn out bad for the "scene" kid.

Facedown Fest is a prime example. Jesus Wept is play their song Sick City. People are two-stepping and stuff and it's just a fun time (I only dance at shows where I have friends there. It's more fun that anything) anyway this kid with his size 2 pants and his youth-small Fall Out Boy shirt runs in and starts hitting people (I'm assuming he thought thats what he should do). All in all he had a bad night.
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Old 11-30-2005, 10:13 PM   #30 (permalink)
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hipsters, we all know who they are. you know those kids with the greasy black hair slicked down the side of their face, wearing girls jeans and shirts that show their... ugggh... mid-riffs. but anyways, what the **** do they think their trying to prove by jumping into the pit, flailing their twiggy arms then running out, and if they get taken out they bitch! am i just having a bad experience? or is there entirely too many rules for moshing nowadays and im just out of touch?

Wait wait wait, there's rules?


Get in my way and i'll boot your face is my only rule.
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