History Quotes / SeinfeldIsUnfunny

2nd May '16 4:50:16 AM aye_amber
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-->-- '''Music/DavidBowie'''
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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill. Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans ([[PromotedFanboy considering what a huge NIN influence he is]]), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before I strangled her to death.)"''

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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie [[Music/DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill. Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans ([[PromotedFanboy considering what a huge NIN influence he is]]), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before I strangled her to death.)"''
19th Feb '16 12:50:17 PM WWRU
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-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2015/05/will-you-even-tell-her-if-you-decide-to.html Dr. Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'': "The Tenth Planet"

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-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2015/05/will-you-even-tell-her-if-you-decide-to.html eruditorumpress.com/blog/a-chrysalis-case-after-its-spread-its-wings-the-tenth-planet/ Dr. Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'': "The Tenth Planet"
19th Feb '16 12:49:49 PM WWRU
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->''"But all of those cracks are only visible because for forty-five years one of the basic mandates of Doctor Who has been "Take The Tenth Planet and do it again with more modern sensibilities." Which is, not that The Tenth Planet is as good as Hamlet, kind of like saying Hamlet is rubbish because The Lion King has better songs."''
-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2015/05/will-you-even-tell-her-if-you-decide-to.html Dr. Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'': "The Tenth Planet"
21st Jan '16 9:24:22 AM BadSplice
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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor [[PromotedFanboy is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill.]] Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans (considering what a huge NIN influence he is), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before I strangled her to death.)"''

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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor [[PromotedFanboy is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill.]] bill. Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans (considering ([[PromotedFanboy considering what a huge NIN influence he is), is]]), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before I strangled her to death.)"''
21st Jan '16 9:21:00 AM BadSplice
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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill. Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans (considering what a huge NIN influence he is), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before I strangled her to death.)"''

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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor [[PromotedFanboy is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill. bill.]] Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans (considering what a huge NIN influence he is), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before I strangled her to death.)"''
16th Jan '16 1:37:12 AM Anddrix
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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill. Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans (considering what a huge NIN influence he is), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before [[ViewersAreMorons I strangled her to death.]])"''

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->''"[[Music/NineInchNails NIN]] was a much bigger draw than [[DavidBowie Bowie]], but because Trent Reznor is not a disrespectful prick, he rightly allowed Bowie a slightly more exalted position on the bill. Here's the deal, though. The overwhelming majority of the coliseum was there to see NIN. The audience was awash with 14-year-old girls in torn fishnets and black lipstick. Even though they probably went off to college, broadened their musical horizons, and became Bowie fans (considering what a huge NIN influence he is), on that night, [[ToughActToFollow they were not]]. ...When Trent left the stage, so did half the audience, some of them crying that they didn't get enough Trent. Bowie "ruined the show" for them. (That's an actual quote from some girl I overheard in the parking lot -- moments before [[ViewersAreMorons I strangled her to death.]])"'')"''
17th Oct '15 4:05:11 PM nombretomado
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-->-- '''[[PlatypusComix Peter Paltridge]]''', "The Lost Art of TV Guide Advertising Vol 10: The Simpsons"

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-->-- '''[[PlatypusComix '''[[Website/PlatypusComix Peter Paltridge]]''', "The Lost Art of TV Guide Advertising Vol 10: The Simpsons"
8th Aug '15 12:51:06 PM johnnyfog
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->'''"Itís not bad, certainly -- the story of the Super Nintendo is in part the story of the death of the side-scrolling [[PlatformGame platformer]], but itís one of those deaths via last golden age, and even the b-list is pretty good. But it does not sparkle."''
-->--'''[[http://www.philipsandifer.com/2015/05/will-you-even-tell-her-if-you-decide-to.html Dr. Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''VideoGame/{{Actraiser}}''
7th Aug '15 5:34:18 PM johnnyfog
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->''"At a certain point, with age, we lose our grip on which ideas are cyclical and which ideas are perpetual and which ideas have died out. Madonna is just mimicking modes of edginess that worked for her in the past--that were new and important in the past--but what was once progressive nearly always becomes regressive. Because we learn so much all the time. The racial exploitation of ''Sex''-era Madonna was provocative once; [[TheManIsStickingItToTheMan now it's just exploitation.]] So when do we cut our idols loose? When does the Queen of Reinvention run out of raw materials and turn into the, um, Lesser Duchess of Recycling?"''
-->--'''''Jezebel''''', [[http://jezebel.com/madonna-what-are-you-doing-1510137010 "Madonna, What Are You Doing."]]
7th Aug '15 5:31:15 PM johnnyfog
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->''"There were [[ClothesMakeTheLegend his omnipresent black clothes and ponytail]], constants that became more comical with each film. The way his acting [[DulLSurprise never got any better]]. The stupid way he would [[GangstaStyle hold his pistol sideways]] all the time. The fact that [[ImperialStormtrooperMarksmanshipAcademy no one ever shot him from a distance]], but invariably walked up to him so that he could do [[SignatureMove that gun flipping move]] he trotted out every movie. The silly way [[ClintSquint he squinched his face]] when he was supposed to be pissed off. The lack of an adversary who could even marginally challenge [[PlotArmor the omnipotent Seagal]], which eventually sort of lowered the suspense level. Even Seagalís trademark fighting move, quickly grabbing and snapping an opponentís arm, became farcical the forty or fiftieth time you saw it."''
-->--'''''Jabootu''''' [[http://www.jabootu.com/ondeadlyground.htm on]] ''Film/OnDeadlyGround''



->''"''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'' received perfect scores and critical acclaim when it was released in 2001, selling millions of copies and single-handedly raising the bar for big action titles... It was a genuine smash hit. But just a few years later, the critics hated it. It went from being called a masterpiece to masturbatory. In some cases, the same people whoíd initially given it perfect scores were now mocking it openly, as if it had somehow changed for the worse. It hadnít, of course, but this didnít stop them from changing their minds. Calling it convoluted, pretentious, and full of 'metababble', they joined the fans in [[TorchesAndPitchforks demanding answers, customer satisfaction, and justice]] from series creator Creator/HideoKojima."''
-->--'''Terry Wolf''', [[http://metagearsolid.org/2012/04/mgs2-review-chapter-1/ MGS2: A Complete Breakdown"]]
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