Sounds great Jack. Just doesn't match my experience when P&C did the exact same thing and their comment community (far more active than this one) simply went Poof.
It's a matter of some of our more famous, or perhaps infamous, posters going away. Time will tell. I expect, as with P&C, the discussion will move to the paper's FB page.
I assume the viability of the website sans a comment board has been considered. (?)
If you hoped to solve a troll problem, this FB move will do so by removing all potential trollees.
"To me there are three things everyone should do every day. Number one is laugh. Number two is think, spend some time time in thought. Number three, you should have your emotions move you to tears. If you laugh, think and cry, that's a heck of a day."
- Jimmy V
Thanks Alison for helping us with all three. If there's a gathering place on the other side, I hope to one day see you there.
Amazing to me that there was so much going on in rock in the 90's that one could even consider throwing away a band like STP. Wouldn't happen these days with the shit that now passes for music.
But you overplay your point about rip offs and sell outs. Bands plug into a style, that's why there is a musical style of each era. The bands are different, but there's a sameness too.
And to compare the onstage antics and appearance of an outrageous Scott Weiland to the reserved Eddie Vedder, based on a video, is just plain stupid. The two couldn't be more different.
Can I get a Ramen!
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