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377 weeks ago @ Listverse - 10 Most Terrifying Pla... · 0 replies · +1 points

I always found hospitals and psych wards the scariest, when talking about these sort of lists. If you take the whole supernatural element out of it, and focus in on the facts, it's human behavior that I find completely terrifying. Then, factor in doctor's experimenting on mentally sick patients, it makes me shiver.

377 weeks ago @ Product Reviews Net - COD Black Ops: 15th Pr... · 0 replies · +2 points

I never understood why cheaters cheat. This is supposed to be a game correct? What's the gain in cheating in a game? The idea of a game is to compete for fun, and let the chips fall where they may. You may win some and lose some.

380 weeks ago @ Listverse - 10 People With Disturb... · 0 replies · +2 points

This is a fascinating list! If you'd like more info on Oliver the Chimp, heck this out:

395 weeks ago @ Listverse - Top 10 Greatest Albums... · 0 replies · +1 points

I loved the "Mr. Bungle" album (circus video game metal) for it's time. Though, I do prefer "California" ten fold over that album, and just never got into Disco Vilanté. The all are extremely talented musicians. I especially love Trevor Dunn's mean bass playing.

As for Fantomas and Tomahawk, the only album I have between the two is "Mit Gas." I like it, but it never stuck out for me. That stuff is a little loud and too experimental for my tastes. It's as if it's missing something. Maybe strings? I don't know.

When I was younger and trying to round out a musical identity, "The Real Thing" really hit home for me. After that, I purchased "Introduce Yourself" and "We Care a Lot." Both seemed very raw, but still had melodic pulse. I was pretty much hooked at that point. I caught a hell of a lot of flack from my "heavy metal" peers through the years for it. They always looked down on Faith No More due to the keyboard playing. What is one man's meat is another man's potatoes. Well, you know how I feel about "Angel Dust", but "King For a Day, Fool For a Lifetime" and "Album of the Year", are very underrated albums. Maybe too under appreciated here in the states.

It's nice seeing the love this band was getting during the reunion tour. I was fortunate enough to see them in Brooklyn, NY a few weeks back. I think they still have it. I heard a little rumor that they will tour with Tool next year. I don't know how true that was. I'm praying that they get back into the studio and polish a new album for us to listen to.

395 weeks ago @ Listverse - Top 10 Fascinating and... · 0 replies · +1 points

Who says that dinosaurs are extinct?

395 weeks ago @ Listverse - 10 Most Watched Sports... · 0 replies · +1 points

I'm amazed about the Holyfield Tyson II bout inclusion. Their first match was 10x more drama filled and exciting, but neither should be on the list. Ali vs Frazier has to be up there! Hell, Rocky Balboa vs Apollo Creed should up there over Holyfield Tyson II.

396 weeks ago @ Listverse - Top 10 Greatest Albums... · 2 replies · +2 points

Wow! I didn't even realize this list has been up that long. I like most of Mr. Bungle's stuff, and felt the Peeping Tom album was pretty good, but you are right, they just don't measure up. If you get through the nasally sounding, Chuck Mosley albums, the music was awesome also.

396 weeks ago @ Listverse - Top 10 Incredible¬†Sharks · 0 replies · +1 points

Due to their sheer size, the GREAT white should be in the top 3 of this list (maybe even higher). When I read the header of this list, the first shark that came to my mind was the dreaded Hammer Head Shark!! That is the most alien looking predator that I've ever seen!

396 weeks ago @ Listverse - 10 Additional Gruesome... · 0 replies · +4 points

Vlad the Impaler would love the shout out on #2!

396 weeks ago @ Listverse - 15 Fascinating Planets... · 0 replies · +1 points

This list makes me wish I was born in the year 3010.