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XxXApathy420XxX on Sep 14 2017, 05:20:46 PM wrote:Oh great is a fight gonna start over my avatar?
Maybe... :whistling:

I'm in support of the avatar as long as your username doesn't change. It's the combo that makes it so brilliant.
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id like to take more but im wondering might they cause cancer
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She'd be a huge crush if it wasn't for that one specific tattoo
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Wikipedia on wrote:The swastika (as a character 卐 or 卍) is an ancient religious icon used in the Indian subcontinent, East Asia and Southeast Asia, where it has been and remains a sacred symbol of spiritual principles in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.
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If that's the case, then it's still needlessly provocative and offensive, especially because it's on her face.

Come on now, the vast majority of people who see that won't think "Oh it's that religious symbol and not a nazi one"
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Or maybe you're referring to that stupid troll face on her cheek.
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weirdboy on Jan 10 2018, 08:47:42 PM wrote:
Wikipedia on wrote:The swastika (as a character 卐 or 卍) is an ancient religious icon used in the Indian subcontinent, East Asia and Southeast Asia, where it has been and remains a sacred symbol of spiritual principles in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism.
Even knowing that, it was a tad shocking visiting Seoul and seeing that symbol on places of worship. :satstunned:
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maxwelldeux on Jan 10 2018, 09:24:42 PM wrote:Even knowing that, it was a tad shocking visiting Seoul and seeing that symbol on places of worship. :satstunned:
Lately i associate the swastika more to buddhism than to nazis, too much asian movies i guess, still i don't see why you would find it shocking to encounter them in an asian temple in Asia
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Mate_cosido on Jan 10 2018, 09:39:28 PM wrote:
maxwelldeux on Jan 10 2018, 09:24:42 PM wrote:Even knowing that, it was a tad shocking visiting Seoul and seeing that symbol on places of worship. :satstunned:
Lately i associate the swastika more to buddhism than to nazis, too much asian movies i guess, still i don't see why you would find it shocking to encounter them in an asian temple in Asia
It wasn't shocking to see it. Seeing it was a shock to my system, because that symbol is SOOOO ingrained as a Nazi symbol to me living in my American bubble.
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One of our local zoos has a real Buddhist temple (as in, they brought in all the materials and work force from Asia to build one like they would) featuring swastika. They have plates there explaining these aren't Nazi symbols, but it's kinda funny to see the shock in some people's eyes before they read the plates or someone explains it to them.
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Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May. Am I gonna be their biggest fan?
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XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 09:36:15 AM wrote:Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May.
I would re-think that choice, and get one of a group that's actually good. :)
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GruesomeTwosome on Mar 5 2018, 09:46:01 AM wrote:
XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 09:36:15 AM wrote:Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May.
I would re-think that choice, and get one of a group that's actually good. :)
I actually might post it on 4chan's /mu/ when I get it to see their reactions.
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GruesomeTwosome on Mar 5 2018, 09:46:01 AM wrote:
XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 09:36:15 AM wrote:Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May.
I would re-think that choice, and get one of a group that's actually good. :)
I would make sure I choose a band I think people will still know about in 20 years. A tattoo is a long-term investment.
I would feel awkward bearing the colors of a band nobody remembers at all, and having to explain who they were and why I chose them every time for the next 25 years...
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cinephage on Mar 5 2018, 09:53:13 AM wrote:
GruesomeTwosome on Mar 5 2018, 09:46:01 AM wrote:
XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 09:36:15 AM wrote:Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May.
I would re-think that choice, and get one of a group that's actually good. :)
I would make sure I choose a band I think people will still know about in 20 years. A tattoo is a long-term investment.
I would feel awkward bearing the colors of a band nobody remembers at all, and having to explain who they were and why I chose them every time for the next 25 years...
it will most likely be known if you know whats up in music
in comparison on rateyourmusic.com Led Zeppelin III has 17k ratings and first LP of Death Grips has 14k ratings already
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XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 09:36:15 AM wrote:Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May. Am I gonna be their biggest fan?
When are you getting full sleeves, Art? You should just go for it.
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monty on Mar 5 2018, 04:45:40 PM wrote:
XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 09:36:15 AM wrote:Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May. Am I gonna be their biggest fan?
When are you getting full sleeves, Art? You should just go for it.
Either later this year or next year. It'll be black bands on my right arm with the width of them based on binary numbers.
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XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 04:50:38 PM wrote:
monty on Mar 5 2018, 04:45:40 PM wrote:
XxXApathy420XxX on Mar 5 2018, 09:36:15 AM wrote:Getting a Death Grips tattoo in May. Am I gonna be their biggest fan?
When are you getting full sleeves, Art? You should just go for it.
Either later this year or next year. It'll be black bands on my right arm with the width of them based on binary numbers.
Sounds rad. You'll score big time with that.
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This is easily the most painful tattoo holy fuck
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but that's the point...right?
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Which body part are you doing this time, Art?
Your throat or the back of the knee? Btw, next time you should get your buttocks done - supposedly, they are the least painful...
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nimimerkillinen on Mar 5 2018, 10:56:21 AM wrote:
cinephage on Mar 5 2018, 09:53:13 AM wrote:
GruesomeTwosome on Mar 5 2018, 09:46:01 AM wrote:I would re-think that choice, and get one of a group that's actually good. :)
I would make sure I choose a band I think people will still know about in 20 years. A tattoo is a long-term investment.
I would feel awkward bearing the colors of a band nobody remembers at all, and having to explain who they were and why I chose them every time for the next 25 years...
it will most likely be known if you know whats up in music
in comparison on rateyourmusic.com Led Zeppelin III has 17k ratings and first LP of Death Grips has 14k ratings already
Yes and Suicide Squad has 150k more ratings than Citizen Kane on IMDb. Clearly SS will be an immortal classic in 25 years....
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OldAle1 on May 3 2018, 07:57:50 AM wrote:
nimimerkillinen on Mar 5 2018, 10:56:21 AM wrote:
cinephage on Mar 5 2018, 09:53:13 AM wrote:I would make sure I choose a band I think people will still know about in 20 years. A tattoo is a long-term investment.
I would feel awkward bearing the colors of a band nobody remembers at all, and having to explain who they were and why I chose them every time for the next 25 years...
it will most likely be known if you know whats up in music
in comparison on rateyourmusic.com Led Zeppelin III has 17k ratings and first LP of Death Grips has 14k ratings already
Yes and Suicide Squad has 150k more ratings than Citizen Kane on IMDb. Clearly SS will be an immortal classic in 25 years....
quite a jump from people who know whats up in rap to being instant immortal classic...
at the moment 3 of the highest rated rateyourmusic abstract hip hop albums of the 2010s are from death grips
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nimimerkillinen on May 3 2018, 08:32:01 AM wrote:
OldAle1 on May 3 2018, 07:57:50 AM wrote:
nimimerkillinen on Mar 5 2018, 10:56:21 AM wrote:it will most likely be known if you know whats up in music
in comparison on rateyourmusic.com Led Zeppelin III has 17k ratings and first LP of Death Grips has 14k ratings already
Yes and Suicide Squad has 150k more ratings than Citizen Kane on IMDb. Clearly SS will be an immortal classic in 25 years....
quite a jump from people who know whats up in rap to being instant immortal classic...
at the moment 3 of the highest rated rateyourmusic abstract hip hop albums of the 2010s are from death grips
seems like much, much better receive than for suicide squad
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You do have a point OldAle, but their first LP is also ranked at #229 for the greatest albums of all time on rateyourmusic.

To answer monty I got it on my chest.
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nimimerkillinen on May 3 2018, 08:32:01 AM wrote:
OldAle1 on May 3 2018, 07:57:50 AM wrote:
nimimerkillinen on Mar 5 2018, 10:56:21 AM wrote:it will most likely be known if you know whats up in music
in comparison on rateyourmusic.com Led Zeppelin III has 17k ratings and first LP of Death Grips has 14k ratings already
Yes and Suicide Squad has 150k more ratings than Citizen Kane on IMDb. Clearly SS will be an immortal classic in 25 years....
quite a jump from people who know whats up in rap to being instant immortal classic...
at the moment 3 of the highest rated rateyourmusic abstract hip hop albums of the 2010s are from death grips
It was perhaps not the best film to pick - something from Nolan, Fincher, Tarantino, the Coens, etc, might have been better, because it's poor quality (supposed - haven't seen it myself) distracts from my real point which is about numbers and demographics. What's the typical demographic for a LZIV fan? Probably men between 50 and 75 represent the most ardent fans; how many such people are on RYM? It's the same with IMDb - if you think of IMDb as representing the real world of (casual) films buffs, then that real world is mostly American and European males under 30. It's hard to predict what will have "classic" status based only on young fans' tastes in the present moment; I know, I've made such predictions back in the 90s about films and I've been wrong more often than right.

But as to the tattoo itself, if I were getting a tattoo I'd probably be much more likely to get one of something that really mattered intensely to me regardless of whether or not people would understand or care about it in 25 years. I had a friend years ago who was planning to get a Krazy Kat tattoo, and that's something you might have to explain to most people under 80.
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Anyways this isn't my first band tattoo and the previous 2 are from more obscure groups anyways (Coil and Einsturzende Neubauten). I have them cause of what they mean to me personally.
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I'm trying to imagine a future, circa 2078, where 85 year olds are trying to relive their youth by putting on those "old Death Grips albums" and snapping their fingers to it like current 85 year olds might do when they put on a Sinatra album. Hehe, it's kinda funny.
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XxXApathy420XxX on May 3 2018, 08:46:42 AM wrote:Anyways this isn't my first band tattoo and the previous 2 are from more obscure groups anyways (Coil and Einsturzende Neubauten). I have them cause of what they mean to me personally.
I often feel so un-cool and un-hip around here (and old) but I've at least heard of both of those, and probably heard an album or two of the latter - a woman I was obsessed with in the mid-90s was a big fan...
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GruesomeTwosome on May 3 2018, 08:48:14 AM wrote:I'm trying to imagine a future, circa 2078, where 85 year olds are trying to relive their youth by putting on those "old Death Grips albums" and snapping their fingers to it like current 85 year olds might do when they put on a Sinatra album. Hehe, it's kinda funny.
We'll actually experience this quite soon. There'll be some elderly metalheads in 2-3 decades.
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XxXApathy420XxX on May 3 2018, 09:00:18 AM wrote:
GruesomeTwosome on May 3 2018, 08:48:14 AM wrote:I'm trying to imagine a future, circa 2078, where 85 year olds are trying to relive their youth by putting on those "old Death Grips albums" and snapping their fingers to it like current 85 year olds might do when they put on a Sinatra album. Hehe, it's kinda funny.
We'll actually experience this quite soon. There'll be some elderly metalheads in 2-3 decades.
There probably are some now. Ozzie turns 70 this year and Lemmy would be 73 at the same time. Music fans tend to be younger than the artist pretty often, but not necessarily much younger - and there are exceptions. I remember seeing the Grateful Dead in Memphis in 1995 and catching sight of a group of obviously pretty serious Deadheads who were certainly all over 70.

Of course it's also true that a lot of people migrate to "softer" music or older forms as they get older - start out listening to the Beatles and the Who, end up listening to Mozart and Duke Ellington when you're old. But it doesn't happen to everybody.
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XxXApathy420XxX on May 3 2018, 09:00:18 AM wrote:
GruesomeTwosome on May 3 2018, 08:48:14 AM wrote:I'm trying to imagine a future, circa 2078, where 85 year olds are trying to relive their youth by putting on those "old Death Grips albums" and snapping their fingers to it like current 85 year olds might do when they put on a Sinatra album. Hehe, it's kinda funny.
We'll actually experience this quite soon. There'll be some elderly metalheads in 2-3 decades.
Yup, very true. I've always been interested in this kinda thing - as more abrasive/louder/more "extreme"/raunchier, etc., genres and subgenres of music have developed in the last few decades such as metal and gangsta rap, will the people who became fans of that music at a young age (say, teens through age 30) look back on it fondly in their golden years like today's 80+ years olds might go back to a Sinatra record, or the generation or two after those folks might put on a Beatles album now, etc.? When the earliest Metallica fans hit their 80s, is about the time this kinda thing will become quite interesting.
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GruesomeTwosome on May 3 2018, 08:48:14 AM wrote:I'm trying to imagine a future, circa 2078, where 85 year olds are trying to relive their youth by putting on those "old Death Grips albums" and snapping their fingers to it like current 85 year olds might do when they put on a Sinatra album. Hehe, it's kinda funny.
and imagine all those 85-year-olds in boxer shorts and tramp stamps with butt floss and saggin' jeans/pants :o
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Btw I posted the tattoo on 4chan's /mu/ and they all hated it. I can see why. It's very in your face and aggressive, but I love it. I'll post a pic after work.
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GruesomeTwosome on May 3 2018, 09:20:32 AM wrote:
XxXApathy420XxX on May 3 2018, 09:00:18 AM wrote:
GruesomeTwosome on May 3 2018, 08:48:14 AM wrote:I'm trying to imagine a future, circa 2078, where 85 year olds are trying to relive their youth by putting on those "old Death Grips albums" and snapping their fingers to it like current 85 year olds might do when they put on a Sinatra album. Hehe, it's kinda funny.
We'll actually experience this quite soon. There'll be some elderly metalheads in 2-3 decades.
Yup, very true. I've always been interested in this kinda thing - as more abrasive/louder/more "extreme"/raunchier, etc., genres and subgenres of music have developed in the last few decades such as metal and gangsta rap, will the people who became fans of that music at a young age (say, teens through age 30) look back on it fondly in their golden years like today's 80+ years olds might go back to a Sinatra record, or the generation or two after those folks might put on a Beatles album now, etc.? When the earliest Metallica fans hit their 80s, is about the time this kinda thing will become quite interesting.
off topic but i used to listen to a lot of punk rock and i just can't anymore lol. i'm more about african high life, old ska tunes, caetano veloso and assorted jazz and blues (yes duke ellington too) B)
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RBG on May 3 2018, 06:35:06 PM wrote:
GruesomeTwosome on May 3 2018, 09:20:32 AM wrote:
XxXApathy420XxX on May 3 2018, 09:00:18 AM wrote:We'll actually experience this quite soon. There'll be some elderly metalheads in 2-3 decades.
Yup, very true. I've always been interested in this kinda thing - as more abrasive/louder/more "extreme"/raunchier, etc., genres and subgenres of music have developed in the last few decades such as metal and gangsta rap, will the people who became fans of that music at a young age (say, teens through age 30) look back on it fondly in their golden years like today's 80+ years olds might go back to a Sinatra record, or the generation or two after those folks might put on a Beatles album now, etc.? When the earliest Metallica fans hit their 80s, is about the time this kinda thing will become quite interesting.
off topic but i used to listen to a lot of punk rock and i just can't anymore lol. i'm more about african high life, old ska tunes, caetano veloso and assorted jazz and blues (yes duke ellington too) B)
Hey rischka I never knew you were into punk & ska, so I have a LOT to recommend + discuss about ^_^

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http://razzouktattoo.com/press-2/

A tattoo parlour that was open for 700 years and uses medieval and ancient tattoo designs. I'm not religious, but getting a coptic tattoo sounds fucking awesome.
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Come on, Art, show us your new tats already! Why are you holding out on us?
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monty on May 25 2018, 04:39:10 PM wrote:Come on, Art, show us your new tats already! Why are you holding out on us?
It needs to be touched up so best to wait for that.
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