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  1. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    @CondimentKing Final verdict: I want the Hebrew National back. The Kirkland hot dogs aren't bad but they're definitely more preferable in short doses rather than something I eat every other day. I don't really dig bitter hot dogs.
     
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  2. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    Yeah I LOOOVE punk!

    *Plays Panic At the Disco*

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  3. Eddie Dean Jokerfied

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    Have you ever heard of closing the damn door, Andy?
     
  4. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    I'm going to rip my ****ing earlobes out
     
  5. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    Panic at the disco makes me barf.
     
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  7. SwordOfMorning Returning some video tapes.

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    Panic at the Disco just makes me think of every female friend I had as a teenager. Pop punk is super nostalgic for me even though I was never really into it.
     
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  9. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    All that SUPER late 90s/early 2000s stuff is just.....ugly to me. The weird green and/or blue tint to every single action movie released during that time period, that industrial nu metal hybrid music, the Lifetime movies, that fugly soft pop rock music you hear at Kohl's.
     
  10. Eddie Dean Jokerfied

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    What year where you born?
     
  11. CondimentKing Mitchell Mayo

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    How dare you trash any aspect of the 90s :argh:

    Any decade where The Fragile, Aenima and OK Computer were released is flawless
     
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  12. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    Early Tool is elite.

    But I just can't get over all the other aspects of 1999-2010(?)
     
  13. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    2001
     
  14. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    For me it's stuff like Twenty One Pilots and The Neighbourhood. Of course, you can't talk about my age demographic without Post Malone or Wiz Khalifa lmao
     
  15. Eddie Dean Jokerfied

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    Too young to be nostalgic. You'll understand soon.
     
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  16. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    I already know what nostalgia feels like. Granted, it's more along the lines of eighth grade or high school but it's there.
     
  17. CondimentKing Mitchell Mayo

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    Damn, I'm older than Andy

    All Tool is elite but I agree, I love Aenima the most. Opiate is great too.

    Aenima > Lateralus > Undertow > Opiate > 10k = FI

    nah, man 90s-early 2000s have so much great stuff. NIN, Radiohead, Smashing Pumpkins, Porcupine Tree, Pearl Jam, Tool, Incubus, Outkast, Biggie, Kanye, Godspeed You Black Emperor, Swans, Mogwai, Wu Tang, Portishead, Daft Punk, Nas, Dr Dre, etc etc etc so many genres making great stuff. I could literally go on forever

    Love all the 2000s pop stuff too, nostalgic for me. Justin Timberlake's first 2 albums are amazing, early Rihanna, etc. Back when Pharrell was writing and producing everything on the radio

    I get the nu-metal hate tho
     
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  18. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    I never got into the pop/hip hop scene besides TØP. And I'm quite fine with that tbh.
     
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    also 90s and 2000s have the best movies mannnn

    The Departed, Casino, Shawshank, Se7en, Fight Club, No Country for Old Men, There We Will be Blood, The Prestige, Nolan trilogy, Lord of the Rings, all Tarantino, Good Will Hunting, Fargo, Silence of the Lambs, Usual Suspects etc

    :ali:
     
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    Did you just lump pop with hip hop Trevino!? TREVEEEEEEENO
     
  21. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    I'm talking about music that's popular with my demographic. Which, now that I think about it, mainly is just either hip hop or rap.
     
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    Rap is within the movement of Hip Hop.
     
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  23. AndyTrevino This says a lot about our society

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    Yeah, but they've sort of split into different genres so they're differentiating themselves from each other more. It's like comparing grunge and punk.
     
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    Nope. Hip-hop was never a style of music, it’s a cultural movement made up of four elements: breaking, dj’ing, rapping and graffiti.
     
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    and schooling mother****ers! Ayo.
     
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