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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Twitch Boy View Post
    That's #4. #3 is keep your finger off the trigger until you are immediately ready to fire.
    Well, sh*t.

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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    Well, sh*t.

    *cuts up Firearm Safety card he hasn't had to show in 5 years*
    Eh, it's a pass.

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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    What they all said.

    If you don't follow the rules, you will have a bad time. THAT's the prob with gun stuff nowadays.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    Prob should clarify: is it a rock masterpiece? No. Is it a great "whatever, it rocks" song? Yes.
    It's not even that man. It's just bad music.

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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by dxmnkd316 View Post
    It's not even that man. It's just bad music.
    Alright. Good to know, f'real. These......."fake" rock songs do divide. Understandable.

    Edit: I hate that Disturbed "Sounds Of Silence," and others love it. His over-vocalization kills it for me. *shrug*
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by aparch View Post
    Got to witness a Wes Scantlin melt down in person Friday night (lead singer for Puddle of Mudd). Knew their set was going to be interesting... Name drops Fred Durst (awkward) teaching him a thing about how to handle roadies.
    Durst sort of owns Puddle of Mudd. He's the guy who brought the band together, handles the backend stuff, and all the whatever bits and pieces that a manager, producer, etc. does. Durst even gets like 90% of the revenue from the band. It's all sorts of messed up from the band's perspective, and having Scantlin be a head case doesn't help matters any.

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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

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    Well, that would be the most "Fox News" thing ever.
    The most Fox News thing ever would have been fumbling the gun, accidentally killing the black guy and then framing the Mexican janitor.
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    The South. You know what to do.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    A completely legit Puddle of Mud discussion and I miss out. Dang.

    And BTW, in hindsight, the only song of theirs that might actually have some merit is Blurry.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Might.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    They're not eSports participants, they have a mental disorder. http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/0...lder-pressure/
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    They're not eSports participants, they have a mental disorder. http://www.breitbart.com/tech/2017/0...lder-pressure/
    Wait, I thought that "eSports" participants, and anyone that uses the word "eSports" not sarcastically, for that matter, have mental disorders?
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue_dl View Post
    Wait, I thought that "eSports" participants, and anyone that uses the word "eSports" not sarcastically, for that matter, have mental disorders?
    Only if they consider themselves athletes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    Only if they consider themselves athletes.
    I dunno if they're athletes, but they're certainly professionals.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Pro gamers being "athletes", hahaha.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by FadeToBlack&Gold View Post
    Pro gamers being "athletes", hahaha.
    If golfers, auto racers, poker players, etc can say they are athletes, egamers can also say that.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    If golfers, auto racers, poker players, etc can say they are athletes, egamers can also say that.
    No, they cannot.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue_dl View Post
    No, they cannot.
    The other three I mentioned are not sports. They are games or activities. Mental fatigue is as real as physical fatigue in one of the games I mentioned.
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    Re: What the Fark 4: It's not unusual to be strange anymore

    Quote Originally Posted by Brenthoven View Post
    If golfers, auto racers, poker players, etc can say they are athletes, egamers can also say that.
    Golfers? How DARE you.
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