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Of course you wouldnt TP, no parent would. The fact Slipknot has fans tells you that a lot of kids feel that Slipknot understands them in a way their parents don't. But, the issue isnt Slipknots lyrics, but a Scoutmaster with a son running wild. I apologize for the diversion.

 

BTW Crew53Eagel, have you talked to the kid and asked him why he likes SLipknot so much? I hope its for their musical style and melody arrangement, but if its the pain and suffering that attracts him, then he needs some one to talk to fast, someone trained...

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sorry to get off topic but how did u come to that conclution if you are a fan of a band that band understands u in a way your parents dont

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Well, YoungSpikedEagle and I are very happy to know that, we both feel better he just likes loud music and doesnt identify with the lyrics, now, crank it up and lets party...

 

And you over there, try not to kick anybody, ok?

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We can play Johnny Horton's Greatest Hits real loud to...."NORTH TO ALASKA, GO NORTH THE RUSH IS ON!!!!"

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Do I have the wrong band?

I just did a GOOGLE found a band that was called Slipknot and is now called the Knot. I downloaded "They Love Each Other" and"Kid Charlemagne". I thought that they were good not outstanding but good.Looking at the set lists it seems that they play a lot of different music. I must have the wrong band?

OJ, asked me to turn the volume down on John Lennon - Cold Turkey, the other day.

Darn Kids. No appreciation for good music.

Could it be that the SM's son is a closet Step dancer?

Eamonn.

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