September11th

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  1. 2 weeks ago
    Tue Jun 6 08:02:13 2017
    September11th posted in Yes! Yes! Yes! A new wrestling thread.

    He's got one facial expression and it requires no movement of facial muscles but at least he does it w....never mind.

    Saw Samoa Joe won, I really would love to see him and Brock. With that and Money in the Bank on the horizon, might have to re-up with the Network. Not sure if there's much else I care about happening, but the Money in the Bank match is always fun to watch, even if it's just a spotfest. Winning is a really big deal and it's never easy to predict. And Brock vs Joe is kind of a dream match.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Fri Jun 2 07:56:03 2017
    September11th posted in Yes! Yes! Yes! A new wrestling thread.

    On purpose? An empty arena match themed card? Because if you're that incapable of drawing, why would you book the Tokyo Dome?

    Speaking of Japan, that show with the Okada v Omega rematch and the Tanahashi v Naito ladder match is in a week and a half or so.

  3. Thu Jun 1 21:57:42 2017

    Can you really complain about a movie injecting a love storyline when every movie ever made has one? Isn't that like criticizing a movie for the use of cameras? Of course Amy Adams' character is going to end up loving a handsome man. Or is it just the way they went about it?

  4. Thu Jun 1 19:16:24 2017

    I watched it a few days ago. Sort of. We ate a bunch of nachos and I started drifting in and out of a nacho coma. Not the easiest thing to follow under those circumstances. I was like "so they were trying to figure out what those symbols mean and then after awhile she remembered it's literally on the first page of her book and she's lectured on it a bunch, cool, back to sleep." Looked up the plot later. Seemed to probably be a good movie on the whole, but I don't know if I was intrigued enough to go back and give it a proper watching.

    Finally saw Interstellar over Memorial Day weekend too. That one really seems tick people off on here. I didn't think it was bad necessarily, definitely a missed opportunity though. The basic idea of the plot was a great concept, and a lot of the space shots would have been pretty dope in the theatre. Definitely had some issues though.

  5. Wed May 31 18:46:46 2017
    September11th posted in Name your tribute bands..

    Smashpump - Smashing Pumpkins songs in the style of Smashmouth

  6. Sun May 28 19:52:31 2017

    The first XXX should've won an Oscar.

  7. Sat May 27 23:53:01 2017
    September11th posted in May Listenings : For Music Listeners.

    Much live music.

    Karen Dalton - Cotton Eyed Joe (live in Boulder 1962) - crazy fucking good
    Husker Du - Land Speed Record - never really listened to this before, I really like a lot of it. Some of it is seriously great. I read a review of it that said it has nothing to do with the music they put out later. Incorrect! Most of those songs sound very much like Husker Du songs, just played by guys who are super jacked up on speed in 1981.
    Grateful Dead - Cornell May 1977 - supposedly their greatest show, and it is indeed damn good. Jack Straw, Morning Dew, Row Jimmy, and the Scarlet Begonias/Fire on the Mountain combo are all top notch.
    Velvet Underground - Matrix Tapes - almost too good, get the fuck outta here.

  8. Sat May 27 23:46:05 2017
    September11th posted in Additional Additional RIP thread.

    Her name is Ain't Wastin' No More Time.

  9. Sat May 27 23:44:35 2017

    I personally can't wait for The Finals. It's like an incredibly huge heavyweight title match. Not sure I've ever been looking forward to a Finals matchup quite as much. People who think it's boring are nuts. OK, so maybe much of the playoffs was a bit dull. But that's over now. Kawhi getting hurt really torpedoed the WCF though, that sucked.

  10. Sat May 27 23:39:42 2017
    September11th posted in Additional Additional RIP thread.

    Get it? All MAN and Woman? Do you get it?

    My wife is named after an AllMAN Bros song.

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