Discussion in 'Classic Opie & Anthony Listening Threads' started by loganfield, Jul 17, 2012.
Good morning, shitbirds!
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Yay Trayvon talk!
The prosecution & media are just trying to do damage control, they know this case is a loser and should never have gone as far as it has, I still don't think its going to trial. They're going to try and keep dumping nonsense on Zimm (who is a fucking idiot) to the point where he'll take a deal where he will do some time (and then get it suspended to no time) but this way they'll be able to settle the darkies down so they don't chimp out during an election year
This almost makes me want to start listening to Glenn Beck
So what am I hearing right now?
Glenn Beck is the stupid friend he brought up, but that was funny. Poor Vos. But Beck riffing about his own friends isn't so funny & Obama isn't a Communist, dope.
wow, Glenn Beck is a HUGE ass, and it was funny at first, but LOW PROFIT MARGIN?, YUP ANT it's the way to fight de utta side RIGHT?
Sounds to be like Opie suggested they do 2 hours. And if it was the suits, maybe they heard their last show where their plan was 1) Cherry Darts 2) Kill time.
Only pretentious men and bored women meditate.
Space Truckin'? Speed King?
Black Night is a killer song! Play it!
Oh these fucking musical imbeciles...
I will never understand people who cosplay. They really are an odd bunch.
I wanna go to Comic-Con; I would love to do cosplay for at least one of the days.
What about hot nerd girls in costumes?
Maybe music was long because no one had an ipod and this shit probably didn't get played on the radio. Most people listened on records in their bedrooms high and didn't plan on going anywhere for a while.
From pictures I have seen they are the rarest of the breed. I dont mind them because they are hot but I still dont get the appeal.
For someone who doesn't know that song, he hit the break at the best spot.
Oh Jimmy, Am I Evil was Diamondhead (yes, Metallica did cover the song).
The "riff" originally came from "Mars, The Bringer of War" by Gustav Holst.