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#1 Steyrvolt
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In films I have no problem with it (in most circumstances), for long reasons that I don't feel like talking about it at this time of night.

In real life, it's borderline retarded. Your friends make me sad that forensic science exists.

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#2 Steyrvolt
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8.5/10

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#3 Steyrvolt
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[QUOTE="Steyrvolt"] [QUOTE="WolfattheDoor34"]

Arcade Fire: 7/10

The Dear Hunter: 3/10

Deerhunter: 5/10

Deerhoof: 4/10

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How dare you hate on my Deerhoof!? Well... I suppose you didn't know... I'll let it slide this time.

I guess I'm being a little harsh. I like the band, hate the singer.

I love the singer, lol. I'm a bit of a Japanophile.
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#4 Steyrvolt
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[QUOTE="Steyrvolt"]

I prefer chubby/thick women.

I do draw the line at near-anorexic and obese though. I'm a big guy myself, but I don't waddle. I'm not down with the waddle.

Embarassing Accidental A**hole Moment: I met this girl from online and when she showed up she was doin' the waddle. I was like "whatever, she likes Neutral Milk Hotel, I'll give it a shot," but then the night went downhill. We passed this area on campus where there's a big circle on the ground and for some reason I decided to say "anybody wanna sumo wr-" and then glanced at her and stopped talking. *facepalm*

It's ok though. It turned out she was really crazy and religious. That's grosser to me than any weight-type.

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By medical standards, a chubby/thick woman is likely clinically obese. Yeah, the pale curvy flesh is yummy, but they are still threatening their longevity with their burgers, Twinkies, and driving 50 yards around the corner from where they live to buy more.

I'm aware of that, as is 95% of the internet. Medically, I'm obese. Why should I look for a girl who's going to live to be a wrinkly old 90 years old, when I hope to snuff it by 75?
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#5 Steyrvolt
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I loved The End of All Things to Come back in highschool, and have some extra love for them since they're from Peoria. (I'm from Washington, which is about five-to-ten minutes away.)

However, their new stuff that I have heard is exceptionally bad. Like... I'm talking a difference between new and old Papa Roach kind of difference.

I still like TEoATtC, but can't give the band higher than a loving

5.9/10 (That's on a mainstream music scale.)

1.9/10 (Elitist scale.)

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#6 Steyrvolt
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I prefer chubby/thick women.

I do draw the line at near-anorexic and obese though. I'm a big guy myself, but I don't waddle. I'm not down with the waddle.

Embarassing Accidental A**hole Moment: I met this girl from online and when she showed up she was doin' the waddle. I was like "whatever, she likes Neutral Milk Hotel, I'll give it a shot," but then the night went downhill. We passed this area on campus where there's a big circle on the ground and for some reason I decided to say "anybody wanna sumo wr-" and then glanced at her and stopped talking. *facepalm*

It's ok though. It turned out she was really crazy and religious. That's grosser to me than any weight-type.

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#7 Steyrvolt
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Arcade Fire- 9.5/10 (Haven't heard most recent album though, so maybe less.) The Dear Hunter- 5/10 (I checked out a couple of songs. They have their interesting moments, but sound a bit too... modern-crap I guess.) Deerhunter- 4/10 (since they were mentioned. :P) Deerhoof- 7.5/10 (Only listened to Runners Four, though. I figured they wouldn't get better and didn't want to ruin them for myself. :P)

Arcade Fire: 7/10

The Dear Hunter: 3/10

Deerhunter: 5/10

Deerhoof: 4/10

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#8 Steyrvolt
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Hey now its my turn to make a list:D Their list is decent I guess. A few I agree with. Film-Guy

Any list without Neal Peart on it is a good list, even though I don't know most of them.

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#9 Steyrvolt
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I love them all so much that I can't choose.

Like somebody else said, cigarettes at the same time as alcohol or caffeine are awesome.

If I had to choose it'd be... alcohol>nicotine>caffeine. I love getting drunk.

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#10 Steyrvolt
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I have nothing nice to say about that list except for this: At least they didn't put Peart as number one.

However, Joey Jordison drummed amazing on one album. Everything else he did was average at best.

Travis Barker, at number 6? He's technically sound on recordings, and I learned to drum playing his stuff, but he doesn't have a clue how to play live. "Great" drummers need to do both.

I'm assuming that The Reverend Tholamue Plague wasn't included because he died.

Also, where is Tim Alexander?

And as much as I love Grohl, the guy is just a steady, loud drummer. He's one of my favourites due to his personality, but that's about it. Bring him back for a top 250 list or something.