Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Keep up with him if you can: DeStefano talks fast and loose for the CC questionnaire.
First of all, a knee-jerk reaction post this is not. The whole Evangelion franchise has and probably always will be one that provokes strong emotional responses from its viewers, but my aim here is to approach things as reasonably as possible. For the record, I love the original television anime series.
Steady on the right Ayo, calm down nigga Steady on the left Ayo, calm down nigga Steady on the right Ayo, calm down nigga Steady on the left Fuck it, blackout niggas! Oh my Lord. Lower the casket down, Sprinkle the ash, you'll get your ass kicked, pow!
Calm Down 3. Turn my mic up Turn my mic up Steady on the right Ayo, calm down nigga Steady on the left Ayo, calm down nigga Steady on the right Ayo, calm down nigga Steady on the left Fuck it, blackout niggas! Frown while I shit on your crown Skip town grounds will appear on the king cash cow Do I make 'em say 'Wow! Cause I'm lit Narrow minded But go through such a wide range of this emotion That my rage has gotta squeeze through it sideways I just pulled up in Clive Davis' driveway With his personal memoir saying he's bi Waving a nine, a picket sign, yanking his ride, making him cry "rape" then arrive naked And drive straight through the gay pride parade Yippee-Ki-Yay Cause here I- wait, did the world just pee on my leg?
This is my attempt to redeem my story in order for it to get posted on the sight. I edited it to Empy's advice and I would really appreciate it if he reads it to either give me the thumbs up or down. If someone can help me so I can add the asterisks without the black boxes of text appearing, that would be lovely.
Web 3. First off, Web 2. Web 2.
We go over some of the basic stuff and for those who have the GBG-App, you get the extra poop and the scoop and all that jazz. Podcast: Play in new window Download. Meaning we have sketches, musical guests and other nonsense. And being that we had fun last year, we are coming at you again!
Eric Prydz at Madison Square Garden. It's easy to understand why Eric Prydz would want to play at Madison Square Garden, the holy grail of all concert grounds, the most mega of all mega-venues. It's New York City's most iconic music hall, and the third busiest in the world.