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Old April 27th, 2006, 03:45 PM  
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Name: Matt
Join Date: May 31, 2005
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Default Re: musical choice

I'd rather you not call me names but hell, if thats your style then go ahead.
i was not being arrogant, nor was i seeing the picture black and white.

"who says they don't believe in there music?"

whoever said that they didnt?
no I, nor did I imply that they didnt believe in there music.
thats something you brought up at radom.
its true I really don't think brittney spears or the backstreet boys arent very good when it comes to music.
they may be able to sing, but what messge are the sending?
what contribution to art did they make?
anyone can show you a picture that you likes when sombody drew it.
all they have to do it say, look, look how good this picture is.
but it means so much more when the artist themself say, look, look what i have drawn, look at the symbolism.
you can help others without money, it takes communication and speech.
talking can do wonders.
I'm quite aware of music being a profession, since i myself have gotten into the business.
i'm not saying that its not, but above all its an art.
and when sombody butchers art, i fell sad.
i never said that the music was awful.
its catchy, and fun to listen to for some poeple.
and they are free to go out and listen to it.
I don't quite comprehend your sudden flood of anger twards me, but to each his own.
just because everyone likes something, doesnt mean its good.

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