Pepperoni Antichrist?

10 Dec

I saw an old episode of Family Guy the other day where Stewie beats Brian (the dog)… at a bet to be the most popular guy in Chris‘s high school.
Brian makes a comment where he says something along the lines of, “Young people- using music made by other people to express their individuality. ”

Woaw, deep you say?

Doesn’t everyone seems to use their “taste” in music to “individualize” themselves?  Either that, or they purposely use the taste in music to create a certain impression of him or herself to others.

I say, fuck those people. Fuck them right in their stupid asses.  Why the random bold/italics?  Good question.

But seriously, if listening to certain music does anything on a social/behavioral level, it takes away your individuality.  You think your the only one that listens to Lady Gaga, Canon in D, and Japanese pop songs in the same playlist?  Do you really think that makes you sophisticated?  Fuck you.

This brings me to the following point:  If you want to advertise your individuality to the world, make something…create something.

Even if it ends up being a lobotomized premature zebra fetus of a blog that no one will read,  its still a worthwhile attempt to display your true colors to the world.

Just kidding, its not a worthwhile attempt.  99.99% failure.  Don’t even try.

I’m a real asshole aren’t I.


P.S. Playing with fonts is fun.

EDIT: And I am well aware that the title and picture of this particular blog post has no connection with the topic.  Thanks bitch.


3 Responses to “Pepperoni Antichrist?”

  1. christine December 10, 2010 at 12:43 pm #

    LOL I totally agree with you!
    People are like ‘yo man I’m so fucking awesome cause I listen to this music and this music. I bet you never heard of them. Hahah!’ or something like that :b

  2. Sapphire December 11, 2010 at 11:40 pm #

    i like you spirit, style, and everything else.

    it’s kind of the thing i’v been looking for in the blog world.

    but anyways, if music does take away individuality, at least when we create something, we can share roots or influences with those other artists trying to create their own image or individuality.

  3. themiserableranter December 12, 2010 at 1:31 am #

    yeah, basically. but why do I feel that a large group of morons sharing their moronicism with one another will simply yield a viscus toxic sludge that will turn everyone into zombie midgets from hell? fuck it. zombie apocalypse it is.

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