Started by Cassia, August 30, 2020, 09:03:13 AM
Quote from: Unbeliever on October 19, 2020, 07:18:33 PMI like Tim Munching singing Fuck the Motherfucker, which is about the pope.:-D
Quote from: bob nelson on October 20, 2020, 05:03:31 PM That seems very strange to me, but I've heard that as most of us get older, we tend to "mellow-out" and become more liberal. I've also heard it said that most atheists and "SATANISTS" are liberals. Not me,the older I get, the more conservative I've become. With 2 kids and 4 grandkids, I worry every day about their futures. All of this insanity has to stop! My choices about my music will always clash with my families "tastes", but like I said in my first message, we have agreed to disagree. Listening to "black metal" makes me happy, which my wife and kids don't understand,but this music has literally saved my life. I am retired on permanent disability and depression is a real thing for me. I have been suicidal in the past and those kind of feelings never really go away. It is so bad that I can't be in the same room as a loaded gun any more. So I listen to "my" music on a daily basis, and it makes me smile. that's good enough for now.
Quote from: Mike Cl on October 19, 2020, 05:05:30 PMI started out fairly conservative in both political and emotional ways. As I've grown older, seen more and experienced more, I've become much more liberal and anti establishment. Much more anti religious, especially of the organized type. ALL organized religions end up being dangerous and evil. Typically, I was told, people start out more liberal, rebel for awhile and then become more religious and conservative in outlook. I'm doing that in an opposite manner.
Quote from: SGOS on October 22, 2020, 03:28:36 AMThat describes me. I was a Republican for no reason other than my family was, but I dropped that label when I started paying attention to politics. My family did not brainwash me with their political ideology. But I wrestled with uglyness of religion for years, because my religious training was as abusive as Jim Jones and his Jonestown cult, OK that's an exaggeration, kinda. I'm still drawn to the music of my late youth and that time when Eric Clapton and Led Zepplin came on the scene. And the short lived Folk era of Peter Paul and Mary was also a special part of my life. I like the softness and intimacy of small gatherings in coffee houses. I got into playing the guitar and singing, but then everything went "electric" and while I liked it, I never developed an interest in playing it. When the acoustic era came to an end, it was a great loss to me, but I don't think about it much anymore.