11 Aug '08 17:03>
Originally posted by uzless😞
Originally posted by uzlessYes, I'm talking about the aspect of performance in live music. Thank God you've worked that out.
No, I know your kind. I know what goes on in your mind.
What you're talking about is performance art with a musical element to it..... not just music.
Originally posted by Bosse de Nageug. That line is from a Depeche Mode song called, "A Question of Time".
No, you have very little idea about what goes on in my mind, as your examples make painfully clear.
Originally posted by uzlessAs a kid, Depeche Mode bored me; still does.
ug. That line is from a Depeche Mode song called, "A Question of Time".
Maybe if you hadn't been staring at Martin Gore's hair cut you might have remembered it and applied it to the current discussion.
Next time, i'll remember to dial down the level of discourse to an RHP comprehension level.
Originally posted by uzlessDress for success! If you can't imagine someone else caring about your appearance because you don't, you're missing most of the big picture. I'm reminded of the Ravenous Bugblatter Beast of Traal:
Granted. But you shouldn't have to show up to your interview with the band wearing a costume....which is what this was all about.
Originally posted by PBE6uzless doesn't miss big pictures...
Dress for success! If you can't imagine someone else caring about your appearance because you don't, you're missing most of the big picture.
Originally posted by uzlessNot to conform.
uzless doesn't miss big pictures...
It's not a question of whether someone else cares how you look. It's a question of whether or not YOU want to be a part of something where it matters how you look.
To conform, or not to conform....that is the question.
Originally posted by scherzoThank God uzless asks this question every time he enters an English class:
Not to conform.
Originally posted by PBE6Almost.
My previous statement was for the benefit of your feeble, conformist mind. From here on in I'll speak my own language!"
Originally posted by PalynkaLook Palynka,
Maxims are for fools. Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't.
It's just clothes anyway.
Originally posted by uzlessI hate to break the news to you, but that's a quite different issue.
You do realize this is just a parody of the argument Professor Henry Higgins puts to Eliza when discussing their relationship in My Fair Lady right?
Mrs. Higgins: However did you learn good manners with my son around?
Eliza Doolittle: It was very difficult. I should never have known how ladies and gentlemen really behaved, if it hadn ...[text shortened]... ot whether I treat you rudely, but whether you've ever heard me treat anyone else better. [/b]