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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  Dick Fitzwell on Mon May 02, 2011 2:29 pm

pinhedz wrote:Doesn't follow; if they're 50 now, they aren't little girls now, so it follows that 50-year-old women SHOULD NOT like the Beatles music for little girls. Only girls that are little girls now SHOULD be liking it.

Faulty logic and internal inconsistency will undermine your credibility every time--in fact this has already been happening.

It does follow, you're just being a pedantic douche-ass.

The people that the Beatles' music was made for are now 50+ year old women. Anyone other than 50+ year old women that listen to the Beatles should be ashamed of themselves.

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  tatiana on Mon May 02, 2011 2:37 pm

Captain Hi-Top wrote:The people that the Beatles' music was made for are now 50+ year old women. Anyone other than 50+ year old women that listen to the Beatles should be ashamed of themselves.

rubbish....

lots of those songs were written for men.



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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  pinhedz on Mon May 02, 2011 6:21 pm

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pinhedz wrote:Doesn't follow; if they're 50 now, they aren't little girls now, so it follows that 50-year-old women SHOULD NOT like the Beatles music for little girls. Only girls that are little girls now SHOULD be liking it.

Faulty logic and internal inconsistency will undermine your credibility every time--in fact this has already been happening.

It does follow, you're just being a pedantic douche-ass.

The people that the Beatles' music was made for are now 50+ year old women. Anyone other than 50+ year old women that listen to the Beatles should be ashamed of themselves.
No, it does not follow, and I showed you it doesn't.

You are now saying that the 50+ year old women who listen to the Beatles SHOULD NOT be ashamed of themselves, even though thy are listening to music for little girls. Explain that if you can.

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  Dick Fitzwell on Tue May 03, 2011 3:38 am

pinhedz wrote:No, it does not follow, and I showed you it doesn't.

You are now saying that the 50+ year old women who listen to the Beatles SHOULD NOT be ashamed of themselves, even though thy are listening to music for little girls. Explain that if you can.

It does follow, you did not show that it doesn't, you were just being a pedantic douche-ass.

It's the music they grew up listening to and were told to listen to their entire lives, I can't fault them for it but I can fault other people that should know better.

Little girls of today don't listen to the Beatles because they have more interesting music to listen to, like Justin Bieber.

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  pinhedz on Tue May 03, 2011 4:13 am

Captain Hi-Top wrote:Little girls of today don't listen to the Beatles because they have more interesting music to listen to, like Justin Bieber.
A fair point. But I might point out that I don't think the Biebster writes those great songs himself,
he's really just a conduit for the songs, and he'll be replaced on his 15th birthday--like Menudo.

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  felix on Fri May 13, 2011 12:11 am

Captain Hi-Top wrote: The Beatles' music is music for little girls.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Maz9ddxEQnM - music for little girls fascinated/horrified by 19 shillings in the pound (90%) 'supertax', and the role of the UK Prime Minister and Leader of the Opposition in its imposition.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrkwgTBrW78&feature=related - music for little girls hoping to elicit Moptops' help in overthrowing the state. The MOptops ain't gonna help you, little girl.

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  Dick Fitzwell on Fri May 13, 2011 2:40 am

You act as if those songs are actually deep or meaningful in any way... (or GOOD, which of course neither of them are)

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  Nah Ville Sky Chick on Fri May 13, 2011 2:45 am

Captain Hi-Top wrote:You act as if those songs are actually deep or meaningful in any way... (or GOOD, which of course neither of them are)

You are having a laugh aren't you?

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  Dick Fitzwell on Fri May 13, 2011 2:51 am

I don't see anything particularly funny about boy bands...

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  felix on Fri May 13, 2011 3:01 am

Captain Hi-Top wrote:You act as if those songs are actually deep or meaningful in any way... (or GOOD, which of course neither of them are)
I act in no such way, as you well know. I post those songs as ironic examples to prove your point:
Captain Hi-Top wrote:
The Beatles' music is music for little girls
- to be silly. Which it is. The songs posted are, in fact, REALLY VERY GOOD pop records.



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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  Dick Fitzwell on Fri May 13, 2011 3:15 am

Right up there with Bieber and NSYNC

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  felix on Fri May 13, 2011 4:47 am

^ Who?

Juvenile myopia... Sleep

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  Dick Fitzwell on Fri May 13, 2011 5:27 am

senile myopia... Rolling Eyes

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  precinct14 on Fri May 13, 2011 5:48 am

Captain Hi-Top wrote:I love Barry Manilow.
Regular little shocker, aren't you? Sleep

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Re: An Italian perspective on the Beatles

Post  pinhedz on Fri May 13, 2011 7:58 am

I think we used to have a Barry Maniloff appreciation thread.

And it seemed like we had many Neil Diamond appreciation threads, although there may actually only have been one, and it just seemed like more.

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