No more triple bogies!!
- Oct 31, 2005
FWIW, Shinedown is awesome live.
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Look at you, talking about Shinedown, using things like FWIW...if I didn't know any better, I'd say you were my age!
And yes, they are.
I got carded yesterday buying liquor. I kissed her.Look at you, talking about Shinedown, using things like FWIW...if I didn't know any better, I'd say you were my age!
And yes, they are.
Two killer shows for sure!LMAO! I agree about live music. But i still like a nice album, cheaper then tickets too. When I was in 5th Grade my rents took me to see Alice Cooper at the Rave in Milwaukee it was so awesome, I will never forget that. Then I saw Rush live, AMAZING.
I got carded yesterday buying liquor. I kissed her.
Two killer shows for sure!
Album cheaper than tickets! Ha, ha!
Dude, ticket prices are out of control. I remember going to an all-day concert in Soldier Field back in 1976 or so. Ten bucks for ten bands, including Blue Oyster Cult, Foghat, Van Halen, and Emerson Lake & Palmer. Those were the days, my friend.
Not making excuses for illegal activity, but the music industry brought this on themselves with their insistance on hanging on to the "everybody's fingers in the pie" mentality in the face of the digital age. They were slow to recognize the impact the internet would have on things, and they continued trying to sell us overpriced CD's that had one or two good songs on them. I think that most people are perfectly content paying $0.99 per track from a download site, as long as the quality is at least decent. Some people will steal. It's the bell curve.You're wife "selling" you alcohol doesn't count.
You know what, people downloading music pisses me off.
Who sticks it to musicians worse?Oh, yeah, its still bs.
But people think they are "sticking" it to the record companies, when the only ones they are punishing are the bands.
Got that from the horses mouth, my sis works for Capitol Records as a Tour Manager.
Then the musicians should file class action lawsuits against both parties. Do you see the absurdity of filing lawsuits against individuals for copyright infringement? It doesn't change anything.Both equally really, but we have control over at least one aspect of that.