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finchmeister08
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Member since Mar 2011
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Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
Holy shite at that shitshow.

Titties galore
Gropings and rapes
Riots
Shit/mud pies
Heat strokes

What the hell is wrong with you GenX/early Millennials? I’m a late Millennial (‘89), and I’ve never ever wanted to act like those people at a concert or festival, ever.

Fred Durst isn’t to blame either. The place was a Warzone well before he took the stage.
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UndercoverBryologist
Member since Nov 2020
3112 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
The chemicals used in frosting tips leach into our brains and caused us to go crazy.

It was called Joey Fatone’s Disease and it killed 300,000 people.

(Edit: symptoms closely resemble Cargo Pants and Netted Shirts Disorder.)
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DaleGribble
Bend, OR
Member since Sep 2014
3127 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
That music was made for douchebags. I was 29 at the time and already a couple of years into feeling like popular music was really starting to suck ass.

This lineup epitomized it...rap, Moby, and other female artists included.


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mizzoubuckeyeiowa
Member since Nov 2015
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
Well they got what they wanted. A true Woodstock re-creation with filthy conditions full of dirtbags and whores.

I just wish they were all near water and a Piranha situation arose...

Why anyone would pay to rub shoulders with pure body odor, be deprived of water and be unable to shite while listening to Limp Bizkit is beyond me.

I have no sympathy watching that doc. They bought their tickets, they knew what they were getting into, I say let 'em crash.


UndercoverBryologist
Member since Nov 2020
3112 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
Well, the documentary is pretty bad in the sense that they obviously started with the narrative that white culture/White privilege was at the heart of the riots and attempted to make the facts fit their narrative.

I mean, it’s almost worth watching the documentary just to see how fast the narrative falls apart based on a cursory review of the very evidence they present in the doc.

It’s pretty embarrassing some of the reaches they make in their conclusions based on the fact that the audience appeared to be all white.


mizzoubuckeyeiowa
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
Yeah angry white male narrative...

They were just loaded stupid kids who were experiencing a literal crap situation.

But Limp Bizkit playing fit the narrative.

Those frustrated dumshites would've done the same rioting if Sarah McLachlan was playing while holding a lost puppy.


UndercoverBryologist
Member since Nov 2020
3112 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
The festival was pretty much wall-to-wall bands on the polar opposite end of the “angry” spectrum from Limp Bizkit.

Sheryl Crow
Alanis Morrissette
Jewel
Collective Soul
Dave Matthews Band
Creed
Red Hot Chili Peppers

The notion that the music itself had much of anything to do with the riot/arsons/looting/rapes is spurious.


Poker_hog
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Member since Mar 2019
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
quote:

Holy shite at that shitshow.

Titties galore


Image: https://media.giphy.com/media/iKBAAfYNDu1dowhnEj/giphy.gif


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finchmeister08
Florida Fan
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
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Red Hot Chili Peppers


You find out that one of the members was on stage completely naked with a flopping dick while playing guitar.


finchmeister08
Florida Fan
Member since Mar 2011
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
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Yeah angry white male narrative...


I think they blame it on the frat boy culture. They even placed some blame on the women because they willingly walked around butt arse naked.


UndercoverBryologist
Member since Nov 2020
3112 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
Well, one of the organizers blamed the women, but then another interviewee (the journalist from SPIN magazine) called him a victim-blamer.

I guess interpretation is in the eye of the beholder, but I think the documentarians were siding with the SPIN journalist.


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gumbo2176
Member since May 2018
9502 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
It's pretty much well known that sequels don't come close to the originals.

Woodstock in 69 can never be duplicated as a cultural/counter-cultural event. To try is a lesson in futility.


Wally Sparks
Georgia Tech Fan
Atlanta
Member since Feb 2013
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
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Woodstock in 69 can never be duplicated as a cultural/counter-cultural event. To try is a lesson in futility.


I mean, Woodstock 99 was intended to be nothing but a massive (poorly planned) money-grab.
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Corso
Florida State Fan
Atlanta
Member since Feb 2020
4045 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
How about when they were retroactively trying to tell the small number of black concert goers to rethink being there, or trying to blame the crowd for saying N***A when DMX literally led them in a chant of it, or that chicks getting drunk and flashing their tits was the fault of young white males because of 1AM commercials for Girls Gone Wild. It was yet another propaganda piece under the guise of a music documentary


UndercoverBryologist
Member since Nov 2020
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
The DMX part made absolutely zero sense. If the white crowd had not participated, they would have been called out for not liking the one rapper at the festival. You can’t win for losing.

It’s an embarrassingly bad documentary. It’s almost silly. It’s got good reviews from critics on Rotten Tomatoes, but the audience score is 40%.


BlueWaffleHouse
LSU Fan
LA
Member since Jul 2012
1367 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
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How about when they were retroactively trying to tell the small number of black concert goers to rethink being there, or trying to blame the crowd for saying N***A when DMX literally led them in a chant of it, or that chicks getting drunk and flashing their tits was the fault of young white males because of 1AM commercials for Girls Gone Wild. It was yet another propaganda piece under the guise of a music documentary


I’m watching it now and on that part right now. These cucks being triggered and shocked by a bunch of who’re people enjoying and singing back DMX’s song is laughable. I really hope none of these losers ever go to Bourbon st. They’ll be ‘shocked’ by the titties


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Lawyered
Ole Miss Fan
The Sip
Member since Oct 2016
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
Wesley Morris of course is obsessing about race .

This shite gets nauseating.

I’m curious if this purple haired hippo talking about GGW is all about the power of feminism with onlyfans and allowing women to profit off their bodies from the same horny dudes she’s lambasting in this documentary
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H-Town Tiger
Houston Astros Fan
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re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
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The festival was pretty much wall-to-wall bands on the polar opposite end of the “angry” spectrum from Limp Bizkit


Dude, after Limp Bizkit was Rage Against the Machine and then Metallica, that was the closing 3 bands on that night, that's some pretty aggressive music back to back to back.

Please note I'm not saying the music was to blame, but that's some pretty amped up music for an already bad situation.
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imjustafatkid
UAB Fan
Alabama
Member since Dec 2011
31628 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
Well dang. I was thinking about watching this, but now it seems clear the documentary is crap.


UndercoverBryologist
Member since Nov 2020
3112 posts

re: Watched the Woodstock 99 documentary on HBOMax today…
There were 50 performers across the 3 days of the festival.

Of those 50, the really aggressive ones were

Korn
Limp Bizkit
RATM
Kid Rock
Metallica

And maybe one or two others. But that’s still leaves 40 or so bands that were relatively “chill.” (Note: I consider RHCP to be a relatively chill band. Though they did do a cover of Hendrix’s “Fire” right as the arsons started up.)

Also, I don’t know how RATM’s political ideology fits into the documentary’s narrative that these were a bunch of angry white frat boys amped up by macho cock rock.


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