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i love how this makes very little Real World Sense.
want to come and stand about outside The Guardian's office with me? I'm a bit too old for the emo protest
About the increasing quantity of pointless protests?
1) Thank fuck the cunting 'new rave' colourscheme has gone.
2) Separated at birth?
if you need to know more about it
"isn't that all emo's do anyway, stand around in one place? they've just decided to do it in London. I don't hate them but maybe they could find a hobby.
ha ha ha
in the video to 'Shut Up'
at a guess.
So MCR fans decided to disprove this by getting together on mass and protesting at a newspaper saying something nasty about the band in an example of entirely un-cultish behaviour.
The "real" one being: www.whatthefrank.co.uk
He has a curly haired alter-ego
In fact a succesful Emo protest will be an empty street with one guy standing in the middle crying about how no one loves him and he has no friends to protest with.
I do love how sanctimonious the NME gets for a magazine that often tries to present itself as a voice of rock n' roll rebellion.
We haven't done that in aaaages
I'm quite pleased about that and don't want to sound like I'm starting one 'cos they get boring quickly. But that article about the "sick stunt" by "internet terrorists" does read like a Daily Mail article in itself.
for being lame on the same day :)
they should just get a dog, problem solved.