Originally Posted by Dennis
I couldn't go low enough to underestimate the combined inanity of the two of you together
Simply finding someone who agrees with you amongst a population of almost 7 billion, doesn't make you right. Remember that.
You know what was a better advertisement for their song Zero? Releasing a single from the album that that very song is on! It's hardly as if anybody, anywhere, ever
is going to think to themselves, "You know, that shirt makes a very good point. I should listen to that song!" The truth is, if you liked BWBW, you were likely going to check out the album anyway and therefore hear that song. But I object to the idea of fashion as any kind of significant or meaningful statement of any sort. That very idea is preposterous. "Oooh, look at me, I have tattoos and cargo pants and I wear top hats with pilot goggles because I'm making a statement!"(lol, I can't believe I saw someone like that last night - I wanted to send the poor lad back to 1999) The only statement that it makes is that you have no confidence in anything you offer and need to hang shit on the outside of your body to effect a statement about how you want to be perceived. I don't buy it. But then it's a bit more acceptable than the other story about why he wore it - that it was his "superhero persona"