So, After the initial awesomeness of getting my thinkgeek T-shirts fromt the USA I check how should I take care of them. I read the label and I found this.
Exactly.I think it's more it took so much for him to get that shirt, he's mad that the shirt was manufactured in his country.
I need a new Gameboy advance SP battery, awesome finding your old Gameboys hidden away, sucks when the battery is flat.
That's why I kept my old style GBA after getting an SP; I've never been a fan of proprietary batteries.My whole sp is messed up. It sometimes resets if you accidentally bump it slightly
It is unfortunate they are so expensive to replace now because you need an advance or older to play original gameboy and gameboy color gamed.
I actually have one of those as well.I have an old brick original Gameboy kicking around somewhere.
I was listening to that song precisely 42 seconds ago!It took me until now to find time to blast Gimme Shelter through my living room at full volume even though I've craved listening to the song since it appeared in May's Range Rover film last sunday.
Says something about how busy my week has been so far...
EDIT: Some more thoughts on this: The way "Gimme Shelter" communicates an emotion, is positively frightening, is, in my opinion, unrivaled in the classic three-minute rock/pop song format. Additionally, it is surprising how modern "Gimme Shelter" still sounds. If you listen to it, you would never guess it's a fourty-year-old recording from an album that has been described as the defining album of a generation, sound-wise.
It will be a challenge to find anyone with the tiniest interest in rock music not knowing the song - but if I find such a person, I'll be surprised if he or she will be able to date the song correctly.
Oh, and no matter how many people think otherwise, I still prefer "Let it Bleed" before "Exile on Main St." (which almost-mint vinyl I am listening to now).