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Finally Mars! (Sort of)

I can picture Holst in a bro tank screaming Deez Nuts. 

Stop messing with the piece!!!!!

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Cavaliers:

hmmm.. I dunno what to think about them quite yet. Much more enjoyable than the cadets though 

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CAVIES!!! I regret placing them so low in my predictions now, this show has legs. Loved it. Don't say that too often about Cavies but I'm glad im able to :)

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That was weird in a way only Cavaliers could do. And I'm not sure if that's a bad thing or a really good thing. I'd tone down in the narration, but beyond that I doubt it will be long before this show wins me over

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Just now, Cappybara said:

CAVIES!!! I regret placing them so low in my predictions now, this show has legs. Loved it. Don't say that too often about Cavies but I'm glad im able to :)

Favorite post of the night!

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what do we think... those who can see... is the Green Machine potentially contending for a medal on their design this year?

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I now have a second y chromosome with how manly that show is. 

But i found it enjoyable. Corny. Creative. People next to me were not fans. But in fairness we disagreed over a prior show tonight too. 

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1 minute ago, Cappybara said:

Just my opinion ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 

hope I didn't raise your blood pressure too much

it is actually a statement ("let us pray" being forcefully yelled) on organized religion becoming oppressive; ie: questioned -> hence "the fallen"... Mass is NOT a "pro religion" statement, it is an analogy on organized religion for any "belief system" becoming questioned. Such as "I love this person" and then you begin to question it. Written in the late 60s and debuting in early 70s in the "hippy era" it questions authority, religion etc. 

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