Where good taste, clear and distinct ideas, and graceful modulations tend to be viewed with lowering suspicion.
posted by Tom Matrullo at Wednesday, April 06, 2005
I would expect people who liked the glurge to get violent in its defense. It's so embarrassing that an insanely vicious attack on its critics is obligatory. When I was younger, the best places to get see people the shit kicked out of them were heavy metal hair band concerts. The glurge there was less sickly than this, but the signifiers were the same. Amphetamine guitar heros and cranked fans are a bad mix. The drug of choice for modern glurge fans would be an SSRI and Ritalin cocktail.I'm wondering how this emo-fascist Michael Bolton ever got to be in a video. His hips are unsually heavy and he's got a Sedona crystal salesman look on his face. That's not how I would expect warrior bard for Jebus to look. Toby Keith looks much the same.
It seems anyone can get to be in a video. I'm wondering, after several more viewings, whether this is merely a maniacal case of anti-social behaviour (asb). A tad too much ecstasy. We've all been there, when young, which he's well, not, since he's been coordinating "stunts" for Star Trek for nearly ever, and depicts a seeming life replete with event, yet, is it too much to wonder how one so suffused with visions of unity and imaginary friends and nationhood comes to terms with a name that breaks down to mad-alone?
Harry has mastefully tromped the oil of Master Madalone.
There's a much better deglurging.
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