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mitchejw
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mitchejw wrote:

What do these protesters think they’re accomplishing? Protests don’t do anything. Why don’t these people go over there and do something about it if they don’t like it?

Unbelievable privilege to sit around campus protesting.

guts
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polluxlm
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polluxlm wrote:

Great song. Never heard it before.

mitchejw
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mitchejw wrote:

oh god...the missing 90s years leading up to Slash quitting (and Duff). Slash needed something to do. Found it.

James
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James wrote:

That is pretty good. Other than a few songs, not much of an Alice Cooper fan.


oh god...the missing 90s years leading up to Slash quitting (and Duff). Slash needed something to do. Found it.

I want the timeline where he doesn't do all this stuff and instead uses his brain like Keith Richards and refuses to leave the band under any circumstances.

Him bailing so quickly with so little effort put into staying robbed the music world of so much.

mitchejw
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mitchejw wrote:

James...I don't recall our exact age difference but I think you're a tad older than me. Why does this matter? I think you were in high school around this time. I was in high school shortly after...you couldn't be a bigger douche bag than a Gn'R fan in the late 90s, early 2000s...I took Axl's words to heart, you stand behind your music like a political statement.

I was the Gn'R fan while boy bands and jail bait female acts took over and I took a lot of critical abuse for this...

Slash in the mid-late 90s seemed clueless in some ways. He avoided confrontation by just leaving. In retrospect, this is a hard thing to reconcile from the 'baddest band on the planet' lead guitar player.

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