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The Official "Choosing Between Two Things" Thread
11 April 2014
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Mr. Kite
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Annadog40 said
Sock because that's what I say

 

Random or Cold

Random... Mouse or trackpad? 

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11 April 2014
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Mr. Kite said

Mouse or trackpad? 

That's an honest question? I think even people who routinely use trackpads know that they hate it. Mouse, obviously.

 

Acoustic covers of electric songs or electric covers of acoustic songs?

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11 April 2014
3.19pm
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Electric versions of acoustic songs, most frequently. Much of the time, the electricity (in electrified music) is integral in a way such that the overall performance and SOUND is more important than the song itself. (The electrical element being an additive and not a subtractive property.) The Byrds could do a great album of electrified Bob Dylan covers (and basically did.) No WAY could Sufjan Stevens or whoever make a decent record of acoustic Black Sabbath covers!

Half full or half empty?

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11 April 2014
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Half full because optimistic 

 

Survivor or Big brother for being on?

Never say never, cause it's never 'never'

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15 April 2014
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Annadog40 said
Survivor or Big brother for being on?

Survivor because I actually have no idea what actually occurs on Big Brother.

 

No dynamic contrast or out of tune instruments (for the entirety of a rock concert)?

15 April 2014
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No dynamic contrast because instruments out of tune would make me stand up and walk out on thee.

Ground black pepper or cracked peppercorns?

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15 April 2014
11.32pm
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I don't use too much pepper, and while I use ground when I do, the idea of cracked sounds better so cracked.

Cold or flu?

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15 April 2014
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cold it is less severe

 

Pirates or Robots

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15 April 2014
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Robots...

Now for the real question... Coke or Pepsi?

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16 April 2014
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I hope @WETSRoosa will be here in time to grab that one.

16 April 2014
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Ahhh Girl said
I hope @WETSRoosa will be here in time to grab that one.

...?

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16 April 2014
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Pepsi. *cue tomato throwing*

Jonny or Colin Greenwood?

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16 April 2014
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Sorry I confused you @WETSRoosa . I was referring to the Coke or Pepsi question that Mr. Kite asked. Looks like Faceo has already answered it, though. So the game will go on.

So, someone pick up with Faceo's question and carry on.

16 April 2014
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IveJustSeenAFaceo said

Jonny or Colin Greenwood?

Jonny obviously! I've never really paid attention to basslines in Radiohead songs. If you asked between Jonny and O'Brien it would be a tougher call, but a guy who fiddles around with electronic equipment and can solo in 7/4 still would probably win out.

 

A bad remix or a bad mixtape?

16 April 2014
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Bad remix.  Remixes (usually) last shorter.

 

Potato chips or peanuts?

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16 April 2014
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Potato chips (both the crisp and actual chips - silly US words)

 

Beef Jerky or Cold Turky?

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16 April 2014
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12StringKing said

IveJustSeenAFaceo said
Jonny or Colin Greenwood?

Jonny obviously! I've never really paid attention to basslines in Radiohead songs. If you asked between Jonny and O'Brien it would be a tougher call, but a guy who fiddles around with electronic equipment and can solo in 7/4 still would probably win out.

 

A bad remix or a bad mixtape?

If you've never payed attention to the basslines in Radiohead songs, you're missing out. There's some absolutely brilliant bass in Radiohead songs. 

Jonny vs Ed isn't even up for debate. O'Brien's not nearly as good. 

Now, on to the answer

Cold Turkey. I like that song.

To continue the Radiohead theme:

OK Computer or Kid A?

 

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16 April 2014
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Ahhh Girl said
Sorry I confused you @WETSRoosa . I was referring to the Coke or Pepsi question that Mr. Kite asked. Looks like Faceo has already answered it, though. So the game will go on.

So, someone pick up with Faceo's question and carry on.

 

Eh, I'm not that hard to confuse. Although I would have gone with neither, actually; I'm a RC Cola guy. a-hard-days-night-george-10

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16 April 2014
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meanmistermustard said
Potato chips (both the crisp and actual chips - silly US words)

 

Beef Jerky or Cold Turky?

Whether you are referring to fowl that has been eventually processed, sliced and properly chilled or the John Lennon song, it is still Cold Turkey.

Faceo - To the best of my knowledge I've never heard a Radiohead song.

Lager or ale?

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16 April 2014
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Ohhhhh, Zig. You're missing out. They're the best band of the past 25 years. (followed by Nirvana, of course). Just listen to this: 

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