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Offline kodiakthejuggler

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Re: When Did the MTV VMAs Become Irrelevant
« Reply #15 on: September 09, 2008, 07:52:01 PM »
Times like this we need a beating your head against a brick wall emoticon, good on you for not giving up though.

Maybe if we all banged our heads against a brick wall, some of the shit Isaac says might start making sense.

Nothing anyone could ever do could make sentences like "Kool Keith influenced Esham", "Hed PE sucks" and "Roots is the worst metal album of all time" make sense. ::)

Unfortunately, Kook Keith and Esham mean nothing to anyone here but you. But thanks for bringing them up, because we're all about expanding our horizons, here. Huzzah!!


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Re: When Did the MTV VMAs Become Irrelevant
« Reply #16 on: September 22, 2008, 05:15:48 AM »
I've never understood the VMA's appeal. It's all corporate money making nonsense, in my opinion. As for Mtv, oh man, I just don't get that either. They've got about 5 stations, all of which play rap, hip hop or some variant nearly exclusively. Vh1 classic hits is an exception, but they really play junk, or it seemed that way from what little I've seen.
Funny, I was on nirvana fan club's forum, said basically the above, and was ridiculed. Hmmm, we'll see what happens here.


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Re: When Did the MTV VMAs Become Irrelevant
« Reply #17 on: September 22, 2008, 08:56:02 PM »
I thought everybody liked rap music.   :P
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Re: When Did the MTV VMAs Become Irrelevant
« Reply #18 on: September 22, 2008, 09:02:08 PM »
I've never understood the VMA's appeal. It's all corporate money making nonsense, in my opinion. As for Mtv, oh man, I just don't get that either. They've got about 5 stations, all of which play rap, hip hop or some variant nearly exclusively. Vh1 classic hits is an exception, but they really play junk, or it seemed that way from what little I've seen.
Funny, I was on nirvana fan club's forum, said basically the above, and was ridiculed. Hmmm, we'll see what happens here.

I think people tend to forget when they "youth" radio/tv stations, there will become a time where it's not aimed at you anymore.   
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