Beer Goggles, StePHen and Coffee Discuss Values and Ask the Question if Christianity Leads to “The Handmaid’s Tale” in America: TidePodcast Episode 87

StePHen gave a SHOUT-OUT to Heather from over @ Hopelessly Heather & Coffee from over @ Bottomless Coffee 007 gave a SHOUT-OUT to PK from over @ Blue Skies and Green Pastures, when ya git a chance, head on over and check em out, just don’t ferget to say “Sup”!

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  1. I can understand that StePHen considers Nickelback as being inauthentic and unartistic because they pander to the public’s (and their producers’) wishes and aren’t pushing the creativity envelope, but that definition alone doesn’t equal suck. They still play their own instruments and perform their material well. They aren’t the modern day Milli Vanilli.

    Throughout time, there have been the innovators, then there are those riding on the innovators’ coattails, trying to grab their own tiny slice of success with their knockoff product. Again, that doesn’t make the knockoffs suck, it just doesn’t make them innovators. You don’t respect Nickelback as a band because you think they are a marketing ploy…but their marketing works. You don’t like marketing because you see it as a manipulation and you are no dummy – you see what they are doing over there. ::shrug::

    Orchestras always play other people’s music (and don’t even take creative license) and they are never called out as cover bands – because the musicians have talent…and classical music is always in.

    Again, we’re going to agree to disagree on this one. (Curious: What does your wife think of them?) I listen to music that I like – I don’t always do the deep hipster dive into their back story to make sure they deserve my respect before I’ll hit the replay button.

    Side note: Who knew Nickelback would provide a six-month-long debate? Even more hilarious: I’ve never bought a Nickelback album/single or attended one of their shows. I don’t really feel that passionately about Nickelback needing to be liked by others – I’m totally okay being in the “minority” and letting haters hate.

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