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Friday, June 29, 2007

I, Anonymous: It’s Elementary—The Penultimate Plaint

posted by on June 29 at 16:00 PM

Welcome to next-to-last installment of the I, Anonymous: It’s Elementary day-long bonanza, wherein a new I, Anonymous submission sent in by students at a local alternative elementary and middle school is revealed every hour on the hour.

They all sound the same. Just like everyone else. There is no creativity in their music and it does not take any real talent to make your songs. You have a real taste in music; you just follow the crowd and the trends. You have been brainwashed.

There is real music out there. You may have to dig a little deeper to find it, but in the end, it is worth it. It sounds original, and real, not like the crap that they have played one thousand times on the radio. So take your head out of the ground, and listen to some good quality musical fusion.

Your friends may not like it. So what? It is not like your ditching your old music completely, you are just broadening your musical intellect. I am not trying to manipulate you into liking everything that I like. I am just helping you experience one of the greatest things in the world.

If you spend your whole life listening to Simple Plan, Little John, and Fall Out Boy, then your will be missing out on millions upon millions of amazing songs that are just waiting for you to listen to them. So change the station from 106.1 and 93.3, and try out some real music. You just might find a new band, or even a new genre that you fall in love with. Just try.

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I love that. Love it.

Posted by Carollani | June 29, 2007 4:24 PM

I am just helping you experience one of the greatest things in the world.

my favorite so far

Posted by workdrone | June 29, 2007 4:45 PM

Good luck with that one, kid. It's an uphill battle but I'm pulling for you.

I love this one almost as much as the kid who's still pissed off about getting pwnd.

Posted by Jessica | June 29, 2007 6:57 PM

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