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Ruiner, watching girls take off their clothes and finger themselves on a webcam counts as porn.

Oh shit, I forgot all about that. Even then, they don't really count as porn stars. (and I don't really care for the finger ones)

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Oh shit, I forgot all about that. Even then, they don't really count as porn stars. (and I don't really care for the finger ones)

I prefer to call them cam whores.

So, you need a toy and no finger use?

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Mike. This is very important. Watch "Chewed Up" by Louis Ck. If you watch the first 15 minutes of it and aren't in love I'll never bother you about it again.

Also, don't ignore me Mike!

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Top five cover songs

1. Guns N Roses-Knocking on Heavens Door

2. Nonpoint-In the Air Tonight

3. Killswitch Engage-Holy Diver

4. Johnny Cash-Hurt

5. Evans Blue-Posession

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Top five cover songs

1. Guns N Roses-Knocking on Heavens Door

2. Nonpoint-In the Air Tonight

3. Killswitch Engage-Holy Diver

4. Johnny Cash-Hurt

5. Evans Blue-Posession

You're missing a little tainted love.

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I'm sure it's possible to do a Top 5 covers of just this song. Lol

Indeed, it's a great song.

 

You're missing a little tainted love.

Probably would have found itself in a top ten list.

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While we're talking about covers, does anyone else think it's a goddamn shame that no rock band has done a cover of Total Eclipse Of The Heart?

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Top five cover songs

1. Guns N Roses-Knocking on Heavens Door

2. Nonpoint-In the Air Tonight

3. Killswitch Engage-Holy Diver

4. Johnny Cash-Hurt

5. Evans Blue-Posession

you're missing the greatest cover song of all time man....

 

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Top Five Songs from Ruiner's Top Five Bands:

 

1. Nine Inch Nails

  1. "Somewhat Damaged"
  2. "In This Twilight
  3. "The Great Destroyer"
  4. "Ruiner"
  5. "And All That Could Have Been"

2. Mudvayne

  1. "(K)now F(orever)"
  2. "Nothing to Gein"
  3. "Prod"
  4. "-1"
  5. "Pharmaecopia"

3. Porcupine Tree

  1. "Fear of a Blank Planet"
  2. "Arriving Somewhere But Not Here"
  3. "The Incident (I-XIV)"
  4. "Anesthize"
  5. "The Creator Has a Mastertape"

4. The Dillinger Escape Plan

  1. "Dead as History"
  2. "Widower"
  3. "Sunshine the Werewolf"
  4. "Sick on Sunday"
  5. "Phone Home"

5. Black Light Burns

  1. "Torch From the Sky"
  2. "Cruel Melody"
  3. "Bakelite"
  4. "Burn the World"
  5. "The Girl in Black"

 

- Most interesting takeaway for me is Mudvayne being exclusively LD50 songs. I mean, I consider that album and TEOATC to be equals but I couldn't bring myself to include really any song from it or any other album over half the tracks from LD50.

 

- Porcupine Tree and Nine Inch Nails were the toughest ones. Both bands have such diverse catalogs of equally amazing stuff, it wasn't even a matter of feeling bad for leaving stuff off, just trying to figure out what I wanted on. That said, "Gave Up", "Strip the Soul", ".3", "Closer", "Just Like You Imagined", "Eraser", "Vessel" and more did make me feel bad.

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Top Five Songs from Ruiner's Top Five Bands:

 

2. Mudvayne

  • "(K)now F(orever)"
  • "Nothing to Gein"
  • "Prod"
  • "-1"
  • "Pharmaecopia"

 

Top five songs from L.D. 50 lol. I'd have to included Severed and would take out Pharmaecopia

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Top five songs from L.D. 50 lol. I'd have to included Severed and would take out Pharmaecopia

It was so fucking tight. I couldn't believe only LD50 tracks made the cut. I'd say my top snubs from that album would be "Severed" and "Internal Primates Forever", and you know what....

 

2. The End of All Things to Come

  1. "Trapped in the Wake of a Dream"
  2. "Shadow of a Man"
  3. "Skrying"
  4. "Mercy, Severity"
  5. "World So Cold"

3. Lost and Found

  1. "All That You Are"
  2. "Pulling the String"
  3. "Rain. Sun. Gone."
  4. "Happy?"
  5. "IMN"

4. Mudvayne

  1. "Out to Pasture"
  2. "Beautiful and Strange"
  3. "1000 Mile Journey"
  4. "Dead Inside"
  5. "Burn the Bridge"

5. The New Game

  1. "A New Game"
  2. "We the People"
  3. "A Cinderella Story"
  4. "Fish Out of Water"
  5. "The Hate in Me"

 

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Top 5 Nirvana covers

 

1. Yuna - Come As You Are

2. Machine Head - Negative Creep

3. Dead Sara - Heart Shaped Box

4. OTEP - Breed

5. DEP - Territorial Pissings

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Top 5 P.O.D. songs

 

1. Southtown

2. Youth of the Nation

3. Roots in Stereo

4. Going in Blind

5. Set Your Eyes to Zion

 

that was legitimately tough, aside from #1 and #2. Leaving out "Set it Off" and "I Am" hurt my heart. Such a great discography.

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Top Five Songs from Andrew's Top Five Bands
 
Top Five Our Lady Peace Songs
1. All My Friends
2. 4am
3. Thief
4. Whatever
5. Clumsy
 
Top Five Incubus Songs
1. Sick Sad Little World
2. Pendulous Threads
3. Warning
4. 11am
5. Light Grenades
 
Top Five Paramore Songs
1. Careful
2. Ain't It Fun
3. Part II
4. Pressure
5. Brick By Boring Brick
 
Top Five Marianas Trench Songs
1. Masterpiece Theatre Part III
2. Skin and Bones
3. Ever After
4. All To Myself
5. By Now

 

Top Five Dance Gavin Dance Songs
1. It's Safe To Say You Dig The Backseat
2. Carl Barker
3. Antlion
4. Death of the Robot With Human Hair
5. Caviar

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Top 5 younger guys who got pushes in WCW (yet WWE pretends that Goldberg was the only younger guy who got a push)

 

1. Jeff Jarrett

2. Booker T

3. Lance Storm

4. Shane Helms

5. Scott Steiner

 

Jarrett came to WCW in its dying days and was a bright spot for the company. Smashing guitars over peoples heads, having great matches, calling people slapnuts. He was a goof but he was very entertaining. Booker T did a great job breaking out on his own and after a slow rise to the top after Harlem Heat ended, he became a main eventer and was battling all of the top WCW guys and fit right in. Lance Storm was the fucking man in WCW. I just wish his push lasted longer. He came into WCW and won three different titles and was renaming them with Canadian names. He won the U.S. title (renamed it the Canadian Heavyweight Championship), Cruiserweight title (renamed it the 100 kg and under Championship) and Hardcore title (renamed it the Saskatchewan Hardcore International Title). Shane Helms (you people may know him as the Hurricane) was great in WCW too. After being in the awesome mid-card boy band group 3 Count, he broke out on his own and was really cool. He had an awesome finishing move called the vertebreaker. He was on the rise in WCW. It's a shame the company didn't last longer cause he was going places. Probably not world title level but he could've peaked as a high mid-carder. Scott Steiner was a great heel champ. I remember him dominating in WCW last months. His bad promos were very entertaining and he was good in the ring and fun to watch.

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