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Gargron joined on May 2nd, 2010, since that has made 1250 posts that are still accessible today, 158 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Gargron has given 2263 upvotes, and was last online on Aug 24th, 2015.

  • In Rest in peace Neil Armstrong

    RIP :(

  • In Lord of the LINQs: Return of the Trev

    I am concerned about your mom


  • In "Wow, CL has changed"

    @Mobile_Phone But Phones, you know you always mattered to me. <3

  • In Rap music



  • In How your music taste changed over the years.

    @acostoss Oh shit. I didn't notice that it was the same band! Gotta relisten now, though maybe it's important that r/progmetal linked one of the Discovery album songs


    Holy shit @canon wow

  • In How your music taste changed over the years.

    But how do I know if you think whether I can sing or not? Deft told me once that I can sing, and I am very inclined to think so myself - but self-confidence was never a skill of mine, so there you go. If you'd like to test me or something, go ahead.

  • In How your music taste changed over the years.

    I didn't really care a lot about music when I was younger. I liked soundtrack stuff - like Joe Hisaishi's soundtracks for the Ghibli movies; also eletronic music like Enigma and Aria and world music like Deep Forest, so basically, ambient stuff.

    It all changed when the Fire Nation attacked. More precisely, at 16, when I met my then-girlfriend. I don't know if my music preferences just revealed themselves at the time, or I assimilated her music taste - but I got into progmetal and metal, e.g. Devin Townsend, Darkseed. Could never, ever like any Japanese pop or rock though. Eughh.

    From there on my taste just sort of went in all directions, slightly mainstream. Rock, pop, pop synth... Muse, Beatles, Pink Floyd.

    Over the time I also discovered quite a few rather obscure bands, like Johnny Hollow and Dr. Steel, or lately Cloudkicker (thanks r/progmetal!)

  • In Doctor who: Series 7 Discussion

    Wait what, past tense? It's already out?! @sully