February 6th, 2012 at 9:03 PM ^

Does it matter? Both sides have hot chicks, and as a college aged kid is there really anything else worthwhile about picking a side?

Pretty awesome video, definitely gonna pass this around

Waters Demos

February 6th, 2012 at 9:22 PM ^

This prompted me to ask my lady whether I am a bro or a hipster.

She doesn't know.  Neither do I.  I did graduate from MSU; perhaps that resolves this question.  Really I just need a reliable identity; the content of it is secondary to its form.

Waters Demos

February 6th, 2012 at 9:39 PM ^

See I'd have thought the MSU association would make me a bro, since we're all "brahs" anyway.  I think it's an easy transition.  And I do like to unintentionally flatter others by demonstrating my preoccupation with their opinions. 

Regarding the semicolons, I find them useful to bring two independent clauses together that are so closely related as to form one sentence, though either could form one sentence on its own.  I think I accomplished that here.  Maybe not. 

I like the fragments.  Though I've always been overstated so I probably couldn't pull it off.

Waters Demos

February 6th, 2012 at 10:15 PM ^

then I better stop and quit trying to show people I've been to college.  That man's grammar opinions hold a lot of weight with me.

Good thing I don't care about creativity.  Really I just want to accumulate as many positive opinions as possible (I've even manufactured them in the past).  Having been to college at one time had a lot to do with that.  Christ knows it doesn't take creativity to do that. 


February 6th, 2012 at 10:19 PM ^

I use the hell out of semicolons in my writing.  It just happens that way.  Then again, I hated Slaughterhouse-Five because I had to write a book report on it.  Just try finding a particular passage you want to cite when there are four timelines, none of which happen in chronological order.  So I always cast a wary eye toward Vonnegut.

My name ... is Tim

February 7th, 2012 at 11:02 PM ^

I had no idea. I'm disappointed. In the realm of beer I could down quickly in college, I enjoyed PBR and High Life. I got hammered, played video games and went to Rick's though as opposed to wearing ironic t-shirts and starting flash mobs, so I'm sort of confused.


February 7th, 2012 at 12:42 PM ^

Well done.  Sadly, the Mayans may be right that the world will end, but it will be when ascertaining the difference between a hipster and a bro becomes impossible.