I've never played Metroid before.
I've never played Metroid before.
"Stm is cool." -gurl
"STM is supersexyguy" -Jibs
I played Metroid Prime a long time ago... never got far and then just gave up
"Fire has other worldly powers" -Lawdog1521
SillyStou: What will happen to this place when Rock Band ceases to exist?
RockBandRocker: We will all migrate to the Dance Central forums. It will be like Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt.
Munnchy: Only Flashier, with impeccable dance moves.
RockBandRocker: With more glitter and glam. We will survive
I was able to catch the Deftones during the Black Diamond Skye tour back in 2010 when they were the middle set in the Mastadon-Deftones-Alice In Chains concert. AiC is, at the moment, tied with Tool as my favorite band. Though I've only seen Tool twice (Both AMAZING concerts) but have seen AiC three times. Sadly, none of which when Layne was alive. :sobs:.
The cool thing about the BDS tour back in 2010 is that it happened shortly after my 30th birthday which was spent in Manhattan and involved waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay too much alcohol. So much alcohol consumption that I didn't see the curb and tripped an fell and shattered my left wrist. I was still in a cast when the concert happened a month or so later and I had a VIP pass to meet AiC backstage before the concert. At the "meeting", we were allowed to have two items signed so I went and got the tour poster signed as well as my copy of Black Gives Way To Blue that I had bought.
It was really fun just hanging with the band and talking to them. Sean Kinney asked me how I broke my wrist, and I told him that I got really drunk on my 30th birthday and tripped over a homeless guy in NYC. He started laughing hysterically along with Mike Inez and Wil DuVall and said "Whether that's the truth or not, it's one of the funniest things I've ever heard." Then, knowing the name of the band that Wil formally fronted, I said "Well, it's a broken wrist, but it comes with the fall." Wil then started laughing again and gave me a fist pump. When I got down to Jerry Cantrell, he was so incredibly stoned I nearly started getting fuzzy. lol.
He signed the poster and the CD and said "Let me see that cast. It's missing something." He took the silver sharpie and wrote OZZY on the knuckles then signed the cast. He then said "There. Now it looks good." Immediately, the other band members said "Oh <expletive>! I need to sign that too!" The guy from the arena said "Only two things can be signed." Jerry then calmly said "Shut the <expletive> up. If we want to sign more, we will. Get the hell out of my face." The guy backed up and the rest of the band proceeded to sign the cast.
Afterwards, I had my picture taken with the band, and being only 5'10", I instinctively kneeled down in front. I suddenly felt a strong grip on the back of my collar and was pulled up to my feet. Sean Kinney said "There's no need to kneel in front of us. You're one of us tonight." My picture was then taken with the band. I still have that picture backed up and printed out all over the place. To this day, I am still stunned by it.
When I went to get the cast taken off, the technician was also a huge AiC fan and said "There is no way any of these sigs are being cut. I'll avoid them." He did just that, cleaned out the inside of the cast, and gave it back to me to keep. Right now, it's sitting on the top of the DVD/Blu-Ray case in my living room and proudly displayed.
Bands We Need In RB!
[ ] Twisted Sister
[ ] Genesis
[X] Doobie Brothers
[ ] BTO
I can't sleep. This sucks.
Witticus: If your husband takes you to Gay Days at Disney and starts making out with Goofy and Pluto, you might have a problem.
my love is like a candle, if you forget me, i will burn your damn house down.
I'm up too early.
Tubbs has a new home