I hadn’t even started drinking either.
Barry is the last Bee Gee :(
Dammit! Pitchfork likes Abba now. I guess that means I have to stop liking them.
Pitchfork likes a lot of things. Forgive them.
Eh, who cares. Stick a pitchfork in them. :P
:/ I hope you guys got the sarcasm there. I actually like Pitchfork a lot, and we have the same opinions about the songs on The Visitors.
@odilonvert: Did you just unintentionally quote Tyler, the Creator?
Dude, I have no idea who “Tyler, the Creator” is. Please do enlighten me. If it is suitable.
DFFOO, you should know by now that like Ruby, I have a contrarian side. ;)
of course pitchfork would like abba. i am not surprised at all
@odilonvert: Ask and you shall receive:
I just thought I was being all original for liking something so mainstream it’s countercultural, but alas, I’m no better than Pitchfork.
All joking aside, I’m really happy that Pitchfork likes Abba, too. In fact, the more people who like Abba, the happier I am, so there you go.
Damn you, school filters! I wanted to make a meme about Pitchfork!
i’ve never known abba in an unironic way, i bet it’s wonderful. i don’t care for it much either way
DFFOO, I can’t be that into Abba because it ain’t news for me. I mean, ok. That’s about it. The ’70s are over.
But for the youngins’, like for people of my generation discovering the ‘60s and before, it’s new. And that’s cool.
Fair enough. What was it like being alive when Abba was big? Did you like them when you were a youngin?
We were forced to wear them, and we didn’t have any idea how dumb they looked.
It’s very embarassing.
bellbottoms were in again when i was in middle/highschool. just dreadful, i spend half my time praying that they don’t come back in again again.
Lol Odi! :) I wonder what current fashion trends will be embarrassing in a couple decades…
EDIT: Not hipster fashions – those are intentionally embarrassing.
RE-EDIT: And this doesn’t mean I want to talk about hipsters, so don’t start.
^ HA HA HA yeah don’t start that all up again, DFFOO!
BTW, hipster fashions are already hilarious because they ARE intentionally embarassing. The irony is laughable. To anyone who has progressed past a certain age. I laugh at myself when I was an ’80s new wave girl. Really ridiculous but that was me exploring stuff.
At least it was my own fault, not a fashion designer only selling bellbottoms at the dept. store.
There’s nothing sadder than a person who continues to dress like a teenager WAAAAY past the time they should have stopped traveling on a scooter. It’s… a little… pathetic…
Life is more interesting when you can evolve, i.e. don’t say stuck in the same era foreeveeerrrr, sartorially speaking.
Which is why I can’t, besides fear of the pain, bring myself to get a tattoo. I’d get sick of it in two weeks.
AMC just announced the premiere date of Breaking Bad (July 15), and I’m going to be gone that week! Nooooooo!
I really like this list:
Nine Meditations on Complexity
^ You like stuff that makes my head hurt, DiB.
And by extension, I love this guy.
New fun blog to follow! Weeeeee!
Serious stuff. Robots and men at home.
RE: Nine Meditations on Complexity & the Pink Collar vs Robotics discussion——very cool. Thanks
How do you post a meme here after creating it?
Oz was a pretty mediocre series in retrospec. I respect and love it for the fact that it opened the gates for what TV has become, but there are so many writing problems with the show.