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  1. Yeah but look at the clothes he's wearing. They're hanging on him. They're loose. You're also taking pictures of him screaming. When I try to look at someone's weight or what they looked like I try to find a neutral expression, and a straight up posiiton, ideally with their sides facing the camera. I just don't know how you could look at those photos and say that's a fat person, unless you're judging for the Miss America Beauty Pageant.
  2. Lol "dudeweedrock" is that your new thing now? Lol. You've never listened to a single Rolling Stones record in your life. You've got literally no idea what you're talking about. 1967...I don't hear mellotrons or drugged up shit. Just straight ahead Rock N' Roll. Which is kinda what they did except for a brief period in middle to late 1967.
  3. Fact of the matter is that Axl was underweight for someone of his age in the AFD-UYI era. In person he'd look tiny. He had muscle, but he still was a low weight for a guy of his height. He was basically a scrawny almost anorexic guy with big turkey legs. 2006 and 2010 are like...normal guy weights for someone of his height. They're just not the STARVING ARTIST rockstar look.
  4. How on Earth is that fat to you? That maybe isn't "rockstar thin" like he was in the 90s or like Mick Jagger or whatever...But I don't see fat. I see a typical middle aged guy there. Like, Axl is easily morbidly obese now. But to say he's fat there, it's like, what's the rubric? He doesn't look all that far from his build in 2006, but that's praised as being amazing shape.
  5. Dude you're like, only 2 years younger than me and you act and talk like you're a 18 year old kid. It's really weird. You have these contrarian Gen Z opinions that are ironic just for the sake of being a contrarian. Two years ago, or so, Brian Wilson was God and The Beach Boys were the most amazing band to ever walk the planet. Now, you're sucking John Lennon's rotting cock. At least I've been consistent. The fact is, Pepper sucks. Deal with it.
  6. He wasn't at all fat in 2010. He was bigger than the UYI era, but here's 2010: And while he was fat to a degree in 2016, he wasn't anywhere near the whale he is now.
  7. I actually didn't even list Their Satanic Majesties' Request or Beggar's Banquet there (not sure which you're referring to, since TSMR is from the same year but is called the knock off, but Beggar's Banquet is from the following year). All these records came out the same year as Sgt. Pepper's The Doors' debut. Surrealistic Pillow by Jefferson Airplane. Piper at the Gates of Dawn. The Velvet Underground. Axis Bold as Love. Are You Experienced? Between the Buttons. Strange Days. All of those are easily better than Pepper. Pepper is "one of the universally accepted greatest a
  8. Maps I could see being similar to this election: Except swap out California, PA, Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut and Michigan to Biden. That still leaves Trump with over 350 electoral votes. For reference, Obama got 360 electoral votes in 2008. I can see something like that.
  9. I don't know about the first, but I agree with the second. The biggest landslide is Reagan winning 49 states in 1984. The biggest popular vote landslide is LBJ winning over 60% of the popular vote in 1964. I don't think he'll do either of those numbers, electoral college wise or popular vote wise. I don't think Trump will do that. I think he'll maybe finish with 53-55% of the popular vote at a maximum. I think he could capture all but fifteen states or something like where he takes 30 to Biden's 20. I think you will see record low turnouts for people under 50, and record high turnout for peopl
  10. Also, do you think All Along the Watchtower is a bad song by Jimi Hendrix? He contributes to that as well.
  11. His part only comes on at the end, though. The song itself is a joke song you know. Something they composed to counter all the seriousness.
  12. Okay. What is the general vibe of things compared to the Attitude era? Does it still have that 'trashy but cool' edge to it? Is there still that sorta cool tension to it or have they embraced the cheesy aspects? Like it was unbashably redneck-y without being cheesy back then. Without seeming TOO hammy. And also, in terms of talent...In my day it was Stone Cold, the Rock, Kane, the Undertaker, Big Show was one of them but there were so many others, it was like a comic book Rogue's Gallery of cool personas. Who compares with that today of the newer breed? Like, if I was a fan of the Undertake
  13. If that's the case though, why didn't singing as he did as consistently as he did irreparably fuck up his voice though? Like, he was still able to sing with full throated rasp in 2009 and 2010 after giving it his all in 2006 as well. I just feel like yeah, a part of it is age, a part of it is damage but the bulk of it is that it's just TOO HARD for him to sing like that, and he's lazy, and he doesn't take any steps to make it easier (cardio, home practice, getting in shape, doing more rehearsals, vocal coaching). Just imagine say if he lost 60-80lbs, a healthy 60-80lb loss, worked on his b
  14. Can you help me get back into the swing of WWE. Last time I watched anything WWE related was maybe 2000 or 2001 or 2002 at the very latest. What can I watch or whatever to get back into the swing and immerse myself in that world again?
  15. Why? to the bolded. Just curious. I ask because for a lot of bands, at least the ones I like, live performances of songs tend to be interesting or even better than the studio versions.
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