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  1. Maybe, having greater intelligence, Whites show more independent or "rebellious" thinking than other races. I've been around enough Blacks to know that while there are indeed great Black people, on the whole, Blacks are far less intelligent than Whites. What they have above Whites is their sense of solidarity against Whitey.
  2. I don’t have any literal trailer trash relatives but my family is pretty trashy. My mom got pregnant at 16, my sister got pregnant when she was 16 while my mom was pregnant with me, my dad had a mullet until 2003-2004, and he wore socks with sandals and a fanny pack in the 1990s. As far as Gilby, I like the mid 90s lineup and think of “what could’ve been” what records or even an original song could’ve sounded like with Axl/Slash/Gilby or Axl/Slash/Paul. Its not about being edgy, because there’s not anyone here I would impress, it’s about what could’ve been.
  3. Izzy actually quit in August just before the Wembley Stadium shows. The decision was made formal on November 7th. Probably with a lot of begging and pleading from Axl and probably when Izzy sent the letter saying “this changes, this changes and I’ll do the next leg of the tour.” So they probably filmed the video in August, and it came out Sept 3rd
  4. DJ Asha is cool cause he does Hulk ears, and he plays metal, and metal is closely related to country, which is what me, Norb, Marla and Howie only listen to. That Gilby faggit, though, he plays faggy rock n' roll. Anythin' less loud and with different lyrical themes than AC/DC is for faggots and trannies
  5. @bacardimayne better, worse, or same level as Gilby's stuff?
  6. Yes, I believe for certain songs, Slash would mention what equipment he used - mainly on the UYI songs. As for CD, I am sure there were some things mentioned. I will try to investigate and see what I can find. I was never into the 'gear' aspect of album production, mainly things like the timelines and stuff so give me some time.
  7. Paul was the sole guitar player in Mank Rage and if you ignore the shitty AC/DC wannabe vocals, I think Paul was NOT a bad guitar player. Not GREAT - Not Slash level. But someone I think capable of laying down a good riff or rhythm. I mean, Chuck Berry and Keith Richards are technically shitty, very limited guitarists - but they did/do what they do well. A good rhythm player should be limited, cause rhythm guitar IMO should be simple, sharp, to the point, unless it's fucking prog or some shit.
  8. Paul Huge, is unironically to me, the most underrated member whose ever been in the band. I think if Slash had actually not been a prick about it, Paul did have the chops to lay THE BASIS for good songs like Izzy did. Izzy on his own is a mediocre guitarist and an OKAY songwriter, nothing special - same as Paul. But Paul and Izzy shared a talent for laying down a basic melody I think, which could have been built upon. But I think Slash was on a trip where he wanted to be THE guitarist in GN'R. He didn't want to share songwriting duties anymore with a second guitarist or trade li
  9. Here's my thing with Gilby: On his own, he is cringe. Persona wise and musically. And it is clear that Axl was probably right in that he was not fit for writing. I do like a few of his solo songs, but he wasn't talented enough to replace Izzy as a songwriting partner which is what Axl wanted. Someone who could be the bridge between him and Slash and come up with bases of good songs. I will say though that live, I think he and Slash clicked amazingly well on the UYI tour, when they would trade parts, especially in 1993, they had a great guitar chemistry but unlike Fortus he didn't overstep h
  10. Who is the cringiest: Gilby, Bumblefoot, or DJ? I say DJ. Nothing is cringier than the Hogan ears or stories of beating up old ladies in hotels.
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