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Messages - David_Ravel

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Interzone / Re: Stupid people
« on: October 02, 2007, 12:21:48 PM »
I tought after the first part of your post was serious, but then again goes the internet thing.

I know people have been bitching your post, but Admins made a statment that was more than clear, can we do go elsewhere now ? Like foward ?

As far as the first part goes, I would like to had :

6- No mather how the truth/reality is shown to them, they'll still believe (in hypocrisy) that their truth is the best.

I've met alot of people like that, and I think it's the quintessence of stupidity. It's very difficult to deal with them because no  mather what you say they're gonna fail and look down upon you and your ideas. But then, I think that those persistent stupid people would be the first to be cleansed !

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Interzone / Re: Games for the metal community.
« on: September 30, 2007, 06:54:35 PM »
I like all form of media to tell me a story if the said story is good, may it be books, movie, storyteller (mostly for folkloric tales), games, or anything else.

They all have their own way of telling a story, and to compare them is something fun when it's of equal quality.

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Interzone / Re: Games for the metal community.
« on: September 30, 2007, 05:12:29 PM »
I think we should go back to traditionnal games. Most of the European country had (and still have) some very good intellectual and logical game. Chess is one of them (and I know they're is a more complex version for the Nordic and British people).

Those game are generally fun, simple to use and explain, and good for the spirit and mind.

Video games in itself are like most of the modern things : some good things exist, but it does have some problem in itself. If you want to aim at good video games, try to aim at games that are rather a media that tells us a story (old RPG) then a media for pure entertainment (name 99% of the game).

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Metal / Re: How Was Technical Death Metal Created?
« on: September 22, 2007, 01:49:38 AM »
Gorguts.

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Metal / Re: Academic recognition of metal possible
« on: September 20, 2007, 05:52:56 PM »
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It's definitely a good idea to post what you're definitely going to send/have sent here, like the old Burzum booklift.

Should we send DLA reviews with them (if applicable to the album)?


That's a good idea IMO.

Maybe they'll throw it away, or maybe they'll read it.

If we send a shitload of them, they won't have the choice but to try to read them.

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Metal / Re: Academic recognition of metal possible
« on: September 20, 2007, 02:20:47 AM »
I think I'm gonna buy some album I already have and send them, it's worth the price if they don't have anything good.

Lets hit some Summoning, it's worth it a thousand times.

PS : They don't seems to have Man-Machine from Kraftwerk... silly texan.

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Metal / Re: Classic bands still reliable
« on: September 07, 2007, 02:05:16 PM »
A good group to see is Danzig. Sure they have a shit-look now, and well Danzig is a supa-star, but still, they're very intense and good.

Last time I saw them, they played a shitload of old classic, Doyle came on stage and they played some Misfits classic : memorable.

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