@NBForrest i saw rush in concert, it was impressive. i have never experienced such an all-sense attack as when they started.
@Alex_Linder It is my regret not to have seen them. They are (were in Peart's case) great musicians with great songs.
@NBForrest tell you what, it made me understand Nazis better. you can be completely overwhelmed and moved in spite of yourself by noise that loud and music that good.
@Alex_Linder z The Nazis were perhaps the first rock stars.
@NBForrest it had to be similar, their understanding of what jews call 'production values.
we all want to be part of something greater. but nothing that offends our mind like xtianity, that's just unjustifiable, indefensible sad-sackism
@Alex_Linder Oh, to have been at a Nuremberg rally, or under the balcony as Hitler watched the torchlight victory parade march past...
@Alex_Linder Nazi rallies, to a far lesser degree concerts: it's about thousands of Whites gathering to experience & enjoy something together, without intruding kikes & niggers ruining it.
@su @NBForrest abschreiten - Wiktionary
abschreiten (class 1 strong, third-person singular present schreitet ab, past tense schritt ab, past participle abgeschritten, auxiliary haben or sein) to pace or stride along (walk slowly along some path, as an officer inspecting a line of soldiers)
@NBForrest tell you what, optics? sound moves people better than sight.
@NBForrest i like lots of their songs, it was great. i'm not a concert guy, i've seen only a handful. when the music is loud enough, it's actually happening inside you. that's how it feels .
@Alex_Linder I've been to far too few. I love them. I saw Malmsteen a couple of years ago. Usually a 20 minute dose of his stuff is all I want at a time, but I wanted to see him do it live at least once: incredible.
Too bad my fucking neck was killing me...