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  1. Some 1999 hip hop before I move on to the year 2000.
  2. I can live without serious Blink-182, but I'd take Adam's Song and I Miss You over that.
  3. 1999 I feel like I'm discovering indie pop for the first time with a lot of these years, but here is the stuff I liked from my scoot around '99: A few more plus some Japanese stuff: Plus one country song that struck a chord with me: As for the book itself, I liked that Magnetic Fields album a lot. I have nothing bad to say about Slipknot considering how much extreme metal I enjoy. Scar Tissue is a good song. I'm kind of surprised that Mother's Milk doesn't have a better rep, but I don't really care enough about the RHCP to go into bat for it, Mos Def wasn't th
  4. A lot of people are worried about Inoki's health at the moment. He released a video from a hospital bed, but he didn't look great.
  5. I have seen every available World of Sport match barring a few oversights and some of the lesser 80s stuff. I've also seen a bunch of unavailable matches, including McManus vs. Pallo. The only time I watched it in chronological order was when I was doing the groundwork for the aborted 80s set, but I have a pretty clear idea in my head how the style and presentation changed from the 60s through to the 70s and 80s. I watched the majority of the footage out of order, however. And my thoughts on the matches are all over the place on WKO, and scattered in PWO microscope threads. It would be in
  6. 1998 This was my first year of university. I wasn't in the habit of coming home from school and watching music TV anymore and had started losing touch with current music. Gradually, I became interested in older music and from the 00s on pretty much everything will be new for me. I listened to quite a few albums before posting this. Some of it was good stuff, but it's not a year I feel very connected to. Having said that, Neutral Milk Hotel blew me away and I would rank their album highly on any kind of list you can think of. That said, I think OutKast was the
  7. I am completely up to date with Attack on Titan. I think the last chapter comes out next month. Wow. So many twists and turns. I have no idea who is good or bad, right or wrong. The story became so big that it could have easily spiraled out of control, but it was gripping up until the penultimate chapter. One of the great manga series. I also started reading Comico's Jonny Quest. That second issue. Wow. A tearjerker that early?
  8. The Jonah Hex stories have greater continuity once he gets his own title. I'm up to the origin story. It was all right. I would have gone in a different direction with the facial scars, but Fleischer's reveal was decent enough.
  9. Conan the Barbarian continues to be a great book. The Conan books were definitely a highwater mark for 70s Marvel. It's amazing how much b*tching went on in the letter column, however. So many complaints about one of the great Marvel books. I have taken it as my self-appointed duty to find good Marvel books from the 90s. So far, I've started reading the Inhumans mini-series by Paul Jenkins and Jae Lee, Earth X, and Punisher War Zone. I also read Amazing Spider-Man #400. Inhumans was decent, but the art isn't fluid. I guess it doesn't matter since there's so much narration over the top
  10. I took the plunge and began reading Grant Morrison's X-Men. It was a bit jarring at first as I couldn't relate to how the characters looked or spoke. There's no real explanation as to why this group are the current incarnation of the team, and the art is off-putting, especially the way Quitely draws Cyclops. By the third issue there were enough hooks to keep me interested. I followed Michael Golden from Micronauts to The 'Nam. I'm not sure what I was expecting from this book, but Golden's cartoony style surprised me. Sometimes it looks like a daily strip about 'Nam. I guess in my mind I a
  11. Meh, he's played as many games as Durant.
  12. How is Butler not an All-Star? Don't people remember what he did in the Finals last year? And while I'm at it, how can Sabonis average 20/10/5 and not be an All-Star?
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