That's just chili, my dude. It's just that you can't tell 'till later games because this game does barely even have not brink paper papers
This is footage of Austin and I sleeping in line two hours before the festival starts, and immediately after we leave. I kinda forgot to take videos during, and this one really cool, really accurate Tom Holland Spider-Man cosplayer just barley left before we could get a picture with him. It was a fun time though
For one reason or another, I never posted this from Sophmore year. Gotta keep it in the archive
Forgot to upload this from a couple of nights ago. I showed Zeke the Japanese Spider-Man series or "スパイダーマン", made by Toei. A definite gem
-Due to Copyright restrictions, this review won't include music-
So I won't go as far as to treat these albums as the same entity like everybody else does when talking about them. Even though it's completely justified. Little bit of context here: There was so much material for the album Load, that A) Load is Metallica's longest album to date, B) The CD company told Metallica they had to cut down a track or cut out a track or the whole CD was compromised of playability, and C) Literally most of the material from Reload is just stuff that would've appeared on Load if it could've been longer. So it's understandable that people just bunch the two together. And it's not like they don't sound similar. Anyways, I spent a lot of characters explaining the context of these albums. It's a good thing I don't have very much to say about them.
Load is the worst Metallica album I've heard. It isn't bad. Not bad no, but bottom of the Metallica discography so far is what I mean. It is filled to the literal brim of the CD with mediocrity. Some tracks are good. But that's as good as it gets here. Everything else is just... Boring. Really. This is a first for me, being bored by Metallica. Other than that, not much else to say. At least it has the tracks "King Nothing" and "Cure". 6/10.
Now Reload is basically Load, but to me the lineup of songs is just generally better enough to gain a whole star over Load. You have Metallica classics all over the place: "Carpe Diem Baby", "Feul", and "The Unforgiven II", to name just a few. It probably just is luck that these songs got in Reload over Load. But despite that, It's nearly as long as Load by only a few minuets. But if I had to direct someone to the "Loads", I'd just have them listen to Reload. 7/10.
I seriously can't be alone with @doomguy_2_the_nhk without finding some serious shit on YouTube that we didn't know existed. "Big Bird in Japan". We saw all 50+ minuets of it. That and all of Curlytop
Forgot to post this. This was the night PlayStation's press conference at E3 2018 happened. It was after we finished watching it and, through conversation, I brought up this way that my parents would discipline me. So we just tried seeing who could do it longest. @thinkabletable and @mustachekittr lasted the longest. Marcum is a strong boye. Go to @mycasualedits for the superior edited version of this clip ͡° ͡°
Some downtown exploration with @mustachekittr from yesterday. There was a bunch of footage cut out. I saw a side of Corpus I've never been to before. Really, it showed me Corpus is exactly what I thought it was, just to a higher degree. More run down, yet more setting potential, and more empty. This and that. I wish we could've really seen more. We only got to walk around a few blocks and a few parking lots
SATURATION III starts off with my favorite opening track of the SATURATION trilogy, "BOOGIE". The most party popping track to come out of BROCKHAMPTON by far. The track "ZIPPER" follows with a very intricate flow and background music I could talk a little while about. Just a pretty good track which also carries over the sirens from "BOOGIE". But beyond that, you'll notice with little effort that not only is SATURATION III the least rap oriented SATURATION, but is also the most sad boye of all three albums. Almost back to back from there on with "JOHNNY", "LIQUID", "BLEACH", "ALASKA". Just track after track of the members in BROCKHAMPTON pouring their hearts and pasts out in music. Even with more upbeat tracks like "STUPID" have some depressed tones. Or "HOTTIE" which isn't really all that sad, but slightly melancholic. But if I'm talking about specific tracks, there is the huge track that really sticks out. That track would be "SISTER/NATION". I mean... Jeez. As the track implies, it kind of is just two short tracks placed next to each other. Both equally interesting, but polar opposites. I have no idea why this was here. They're not at all bad, but I'd rather have one not exist for the other to be a full song than to have both exist but squish them together like they were. Not to mention the transition from "SISTER" to "NATION" is admittedly bad. The track "STAINS" kind of is a look back to the SATURATION project. And lastly, "TEAM". Bearface's best track by far. It's so damn powerful. Fitting of wrapping up the SATURATON trilogy. Overall, a strong 4/5. (I also feel it's one of those albums you wouldn't be in the mood to listen to twice in a row)