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Written 06:50PM - November 10, 2008

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trobinson97 is offline
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trobinson97 @ Oct 25, 2010
Yo wattup Stumble. IRT the OS Vets league game, let me know whens a good time for you. I'll have an hour tonight after RAW (11EST) if you want to get your win ASAP.
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popttart @ Jun 8, 2009
hey, i want to get in on this league. add me up on xbox, i always see you on the threads, i want a good fight. gt-popttart
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baumy300 @ Apr 29, 2009
Alright man, when Undisputed drops later I am going to send you a check in the mail and get you to practice with me online so I can finally do better than sub-par on the ground!
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Bornindamecca @ Jan 22, 2009
Hey Stumble, you're a jazz dude, so you should have some perspective on this. Are the Beatles geniuses, or is their music inflated by their effect on pop culture and pop bands? If they are geniuses, please explain why, or at least point me in a direction.

Usually people who are blown away by the Beatles are either pop/indie rock fanatics, or people who pretend to know music because they have hung around musicians, and picked up a few terms. (musical melodicness SMH)

Then when I encounter people who really know their ****, they generally have either no interest in the Beatles at all, or they view them in an extremely marginalized way.

A common idea is that they get a lot of credit for doing things that people were doing in other forms of music for a long time, and when I read analysis of the Beatles, this really seems to ring true for certain songs.

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