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Old 07-06-2008, 09:51 PM
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WHO DO YOU THINK IS BETTER!!!!!!!!

I THINK THE BEALTES ARE WAY BETTER




KORN OR BEALTES
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Old 07-06-2008, 10:26 PM
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Spaghetti or Calculus?
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Old 07-06-2008, 10:28 PM
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The Bealtes?? You must be a Korn fan.
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Old 07-06-2008, 11:09 PM
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Impossible to say. Both bands are so similar...
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Old 07-06-2008, 11:39 PM
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I think the Beatles were the band with Drummer Ringo. Long time ago they played some weird music - copying the Rolling Stones and the Beach Boys, but stopped soon because lack of success.

Korn i have no idea - something to drink i suppose???

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Old 07-06-2008, 11:45 PM
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I think the Beatles were the band with Drummer Ringo. Long time ago they played some weird music - copying the Rolling Stones and the Beach Boys, but stopped soon because lack of success.

Korn i have no idea - something to drink i suppose???

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just to let you know the bealtes didn't copy the rolling stones they actully got them the record deal to make them famos and if you don't belive me look on the srgt. peppers album in the right corner the doll says welcome the rolling stones
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Old 07-07-2008, 12:00 AM
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just to let you know the bealtes didn't copy the rolling stones they actully got them the record deal to make them famos and if you don't belive me look on the srgt. peppers album in the right corner the doll says welcome the rolling stones
Yes, that's the proof that they copied the Rolling Stones - because the Sg. Pepper Album was the very end of their short carrier and the Rolling Stones were famous then already for many years. After Lack of success with Sgt. Peppere they looked for help in the Indian Alps with some Sitar Gurus. But this didn't help and they broke up.

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Old 07-07-2008, 12:15 AM
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Look. You're pretty new here. Bernhard owns this place and he is known for his sarcastic sense of humour. Wake up and smell the coffee.
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Old 07-07-2008, 12:59 AM
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Look. You're pretty new here. Bernhard owns this place and he is known for his sarcastic sense of humour. Wake up and smell the coffee.
Oh come on MFB, you passed up messing with somebody so easily! We had a good thing going here.

To thread starter: Do you even need to ask? Korn of course! Those cheesy Beatles were total copycats.
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Korn i have no idea - something to drink i suppose???

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Actually korn is a kerneled vegetable that grows on a cob and comes wrapped in big leaves called husks. HA! just kiddin! I dont think theres really even a comparison here. But if you do- its a no-brainer(imo). I just hate saying anyone is "better" than anyone else. Its too subjective...
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Old 07-07-2008, 02:08 AM
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Let's discuss the scientific explanation about this.

The Beatles........were a really good band.

Korn.......is delicious. Korn on the Cob indeed. Lightly buttered with some ketchup sprinkle stuff that they put on popcorn sometimes......GOOOOOOOD!!!
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Old 07-07-2008, 02:29 AM
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Yeah but he's not talking about the Beatles. He's talking the bealtes. (Pronounced "belts.)
They're a metal band from Indo-China, but instead of guitars they have banjos. They're not at all bad, and they're light years ahead of Korn, musically speaking anyway.
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Spaghetti or Calculus?
I would have to go with Spaghetti. I sucked at Calculus.
I'm still learning a slide rule and an abacus.
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Old 07-07-2008, 03:17 AM
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Didn't The Beatles invent the internet, or was that Al Gore?
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Yes, that's the proof that they copied the Rolling Stones - because the Sg. Pepper Album was the very end of their short carrier and the Rolling Stones were famous then already for many years. After Lack of success with Sgt. Peppere they looked for help in the Indian Alps with some Sitar Gurus. But this didn't help and they broke up.

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no no no no no, they had albums after that and when they went to india they wrote half the white album wich is good and then they wroth let it be becouse they were sick of the cameras and yoko ono being a dick
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Old 07-07-2008, 03:24 AM
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no no no no no, they had albums after that and when they went to india they wrote half the white album wich is good and then they wroth let it be becouse they were sick of the cameras and yoko ono being a dick
The penny still hasn't dropped has it yet. Welcome to the clue train, last stop is you!
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Old 07-07-2008, 03:45 AM
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no no no no no, they had albums after that and when they went to india they wrote half the white album wich is good and then they wroth let it be becouse they were sick of the cameras and yoko ono being a dick
Bernhard was joking about the gullibles, but you know, Beatles is written on the ceiling. Wait, that's not right...
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Old 07-07-2008, 04:56 AM
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I have some new inside information about Korn. It appears that Bernard Purdie played on all of their records, since Joey couldn't play a decent take in the studio.
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Korn or The Beatles?

Who is better?

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Old 07-07-2008, 07:03 AM
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no no no no no, they had albums after that and when they went to india they wrote half the white album wich is good and then they wroth let it be becouse they were sick of the cameras and yoko ono being a dick
When in India they run out of money. Their art director left furious - so the album came out without artwork and was called so the "White Album". What a shame!!!

Also i must come to the conclusion, that the Album Sgt. Pepper is a fake, because there is no mention of K.O.R.N. on the cover.

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Old 07-07-2008, 08:37 AM
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Spaghetti or calculus? Put them together and you have Sparticus, which was a very good movie.
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Old 07-07-2008, 09:23 AM
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Spaghetti or calculus? Put them together and you have Sparticus, which was a very good movie.
I fully agree!!!

and don't forget to bash Ringo

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Old 07-07-2008, 09:30 AM
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whats a Korn?
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.... no mention of K.O.R.N. on the cover.
I've never had that, but corn on the cob. De-lish! Leave the husk on it and cook it on the Bar-Bee for about 20 minutes. Use white corn, it's sweeter. By the way, did Tadpole ever come back from the coast?
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I'm just hanging out to see why such 'a fan' of the Beatles seems to spell their name wrong?
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Who is better people: Origin or Milton Nascimento?
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I fully agree!!!

and don't forget to bash Ringo

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Not on the man's birthday!! Very funny, Bernhard...

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WHO DO YOU THINK IS BETTER!!!!!!!!

I THINK THE BEALTES ARE WAY BETTER




KORN OR BEALTES

I am glad you reposted this stimulating and important question, so you could get some serious answers and to a serious discussion.

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Spaghetti or calculus? Put them together and you have Sparticus, which was a very good movie.

or Calculhetti, a premier forward in the Italian Football league
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If it wasn't for that long hair, the Beatles really could have been something.

The score is Beatles: 2 drummers
Korn: 3 drummers

Korn wins

"I am KORNholio!"
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If it wasn't for that long hair, the Beatles really could have been something.

The score is Beatles: 2 drummers
Korn: 3 drummers

Korn wins

"I am KORNholio!"
Wait... I thought John could play drums too? Meaning they had 3 drummers. Photo documentation:



Not that it makes them any better than Korn.
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Spaghetti or calculus? Put them together and you have Sparticus, which was a very good movie.
nah man i dont think that works. I think spaculus would be the correct combination of the two words. Plus, spack-you-luss is more fun to pronouce.
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If you count Bernhard Purdie I suppose they had more drummers!?
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The real truth is, that Bernard played with the Beatles and now also with Korn - that's also the reason, why they sound so similar.

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They're a metal band from Indo-China, but instead of guitars they have banjos.
Or perhaps this band...
"The Bealtes were a British boy band that copied the more famous Beatles, the Lead singer was named CAT Spandex. He was known for his scratchy voice, thick spectacles, leather chaps and flashy purple cape. His slow downward spiral into intense internet gaming led to the eventual dissolution of the band."
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The real truth is, that Bernard played with the Beatles and now also with Korn - that's also the reason, why they sound so similar.

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Yep. Bernard can't prove he's the drummer for both bands right now, but he will reveal all when his book comes out.
Bernie Purdie: The Man, The Legend. The legendary timekeeper speaks about his infamous shuffle beat and the pocket that was deep enough for anything from Steely Dan to Korn.
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Wait... I thought John could play drums too? Meaning they had 3 drummers. Photo documentation:



Not that it makes them any better than Korn.
Paul McCartney played on "The Ballad of John and Yoko" becuse Bernard Purdie was unavailable.

Score Update:

Beatles: 5 drummers (Pete, Ringo, John, Paul, Bernard).
Korn: 4 drummers ( David, Terry, Ray, Joey).

Beatles are ahead.
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Bernie Purdie: The Man, The Legend. The legendary timekeeper speaks about his infamous shuffle beat and the pocket that was deep enough for anything from Steely Dan to Korn.
LMAO....Ok i know someone out there is skilled with photo shop.
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