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1-04-2011 @ 2:45PM
The only thing I don't like about Bieber jokes is that the people behind them will often turn around and go listen to other sheep music like Lady Gaga or Eminem or other such "artists," as if that's any better.Remember when people had to be able to sing, and computers didn't do all the work? And bands put out songs that became classics, instead of this quick 3 minute radio shit that's easily forgotten in a few weeks?Maybe I'm just a jaded musician though.I will agree with a comment above though, at least it wasn't some "belf rapz vid."
1-04-2011 @ 3:11PM
I agree, I really love the people who rip on Justin Bieber then go out and listen to their Eminem and Dr. Dre and whatever else BS kids listen to these days. It was almost painful for me when I was student teaching a 6th grade history class. And my "background music" of Indie/Alternative music from the early 2000's was completely foreign to the kids; they insisted I play songs that seem only fitting to me if I were preparing to enter a cage fight.
1-04-2011 @ 5:11PM
I feel your pain. I talk about it so much my wife said, "Ok. We get it. You don't like it. You don't have to keep saying it over and over again." I was griping about how I can't stand Lil Wayne and Tina Mooooonage and how they were on the New Years Eve show with Carson "I"m a Major Tool" Daly. Totally ruined my New Years and I went to bed at 12:15. But I feel the same as you. As for the video, maybe it is/was the mood I am/was in but I thought it was funny. At least they are trying to make a mecha. I enjoyed it for what it was. It's not a freakin' Scorsese, Chis Nolan, or Sam Raimi film for crying out loud.
1-04-2011 @ 5:25PM
Ugh that Carson Daly New Years show. I only watched it for a little bit, as it was after our own celebrations (I'm in Nova Scotia, Canada, an hour later than EST). What irked me even worse than the atrocious "entertainment" was that EVERYTHING was an advertisement. All those hats and things were Nivea branded, and they had people replay the ball dropping with their AT&T smartphones about two minutes after it actually happened. Pathetic.
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