The Most Important Question Of The Day - Eric's House Of Ego
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Is the question "which is more dead?":)
I do not supply context, I only supply the choice
I've been to the Oracle at Delphi ...
I know you only like to provide two options... but really this one needs a third option... Ice Pick through my Ear Drums
Only if you assume the question is "which would you prefer to listen to."
Wow ... that's kind of like root canal or kidney stones isn't it?
Hmmm, maybe a quiz for Monday ...
It does seem somewhat appropriate for a Monday morning.
Oh, that's easy: root canals. Once you take the root out, that tooth can't ache anymore. Kidney stones, OTOH, can keep coming back, forever.
I'm not seeing a difference. It's like asking "Datsun or Nissan." or "Bush or McCain."
ahem ... how many Nissan's have you owned ???
Two. And I loved them.
But that doesn't change the fact that Nissan and Datsun are the same company and always have been.
So industrial == disco?
I'm very, very confused. But not nearly as confused as Chic and Genesis P Orridge.
Of course, if either one shows up, the ear plugs go in.
This is kind of like a presidential election - pick which one to vote against. I voted against disco.
Neither, please. I prefer music.
I ... WILL ... NOT ... MAKE ... OBVIOUS ... JOKE
|Date:||July 11th, 2008 06:44 pm (UTC)|| |
I personally enjoy industrial.
Looks like Eric's 50 years has spilled out ontop of all of the rest of you.
Yes, Ill get off your lawn now, you old farts!
KMFDM vs. YMCA.
Hmmm, I have this image of 5 Shoebox's all in Village People attire
it is not a good image
|Date:||July 11th, 2008 08:47 pm (UTC)|| |
Well, golly, that's a toughie.
Under which of those two genres does Frank Zappa's "Disco Boy" song fall under?
Disco all the way.
Five words: "Real drums and real drummers."
|Date:||July 12th, 2008 12:47 pm (UTC)|| |
Weird Al: "DRUM SOLO!"
|Date:||July 14th, 2008 03:07 pm (UTC)|| |
I didn't think that was even music...
Ummm ... dear, I remember what you went dancing too when you were in college.