jdh5153's forum posts

#1 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

@jdh5153 said:

720 and 1080 look exactly the same to me. Wouldn't bother me at all.

See post 132 on this page. If you still can't see any difference, it might be time to make an appointment with your optometrist.

Or you people are more obsessed with technical babble than playing video games and having fun.

#2 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

720 and 1080 look exactly the same to me. Wouldn't bother me at all.

#3 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

I would rather not play games that are not American.

#4 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

@tireyo said:

Ad Blocker is the way to go. Internet is a lot more better without ads.

Have you thought about the people who count on them to pay their bills?

get a real job.

#5 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

@jdh5153 said:

Whatever, they're played on Classic Rock radio stations, they're classic rock. Just like in about 10 years Nickelback will be classic rock. Deal with it.

Hold on, you tried to defend Metallica as being classic rock because they were in the 80's, but now Nickelback who didn't exist in the 80's and no matter how much time passes will never have existed in that time span by which classic rock is defined, will somehow meet that specification.

Not to be an ass, but holy crap that is the stupidest thing I've read in a while.

And once again. Metal. It's in the band's name for christ's sake.

So Black Sabbath is metal, they're not classic rock? They also put an album out in 2013, guess they can't be. Neither can AC/DC....

#6 Edited by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

Whatever, they're played on Classic Rock radio stations, they're classic rock.

#7 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

@jdh5153: I think the very fact that they're listing an album from 2008 as classic rock should be a good indicator that's probably not an accurate listing.

Classic rock is a radio format which developed from the album-oriented rock (AOR) format in the early 1980s. In the United States, the classic rock format features music ranging generally from the late 1960s to the late 1980s,

Metallica is classic rock.

#8 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

@jdh5153 said:

Metallica I guess.

That's not Classic Rock.

http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/tag/metallica/

http://ultimateclassicrock.com/tags/metallica/

http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&page=1&rh=n%3A67204%2Cp_lbr_music_artists_browse-bin%3AMetallica

#9 Posted by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

Metallica I guess.

#10 Edited by jdh5153 (1034 posts) -

Just picked up Gran Turismo 5 XL. Downloaded all of the updates, now installing the 8gb. We'll see if I like it, I was blown away by Forza 3 and Forza 4, so I'm not sure I'll be into Gran Turismo...I don't think anything can be on par with Forza, but we'll see.