Arks Review

The review is positive for Arks, otherwise, I wouldn’t have posted it.

This writer is about the biggest self-important tool I’ve had the displeasure of reading since I drunkenly read Ann Coulter’s second book. Can you wink and nudge your audience anymore? Fuck you if you don’t like Chicago’s weather. You are not Bukowski and if you were, you’d still be talking about the weather.

He liked the Arks show, though.

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9 Responses to Arks Review

  1. Jim says:

    Dude — grow a sense of humor. Mike is a huge supporter of the Chicago music scene and he’s writing to a primarily non-Chicago-based audience. He’s the one who organized the show so that people can appreciate Arks. And whether or not you like his style of writing, at least he doesn’t call people names.

  2. Jim says:

    Dude, who the hell is Mike? Is that the guy who wrote the article? He didn’t sign his name to his work.Mike may be a huge supporter of the Chicago music scene. That’s fantastic. However, he doesn’t sound very supportive of Chicago, you know, with it’s “blitzkrieg” winters that “take our lunch money”. He isn’t really selling how “classy” Chicago is to a primarily non-Chicago based audience.And by the way, it is okay to call people names when it is fitting. For example, I would never call him a “son of a bitch” because I don’t know his dad and that has nothing to do with his writing. Me calling him “self-important” does have everything to do with this article.I guess I am sorry for calling him a tool. When I wrote “tool”, I meant “bad writer.”

  3. Mat says:

    Mike’s a nice guy. I’ve had the opportunity to have drinks with him on several occasions. I’m glad the band got to go out with a little class.

  4. Jim says:

    I want this Mike guy killed.

  5. Mat says:

    Now, now. That’s the scotch talking.

  6. Jim says:

    wow, where’d all this traffic come from?

  7. Mat says:

    Your mom. She’s telling all the boys in the neighborhood.

  8. Jim says:

    Damn mom. Turns out, she likes Mike, too.

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