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Yes. But that doesn't mean they're not able to. Maybe they didn't want to.

 

They didn't want to make a good album?

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Yes. But that doesn't mean they're not able to. Maybe they didn't want to.
So, coming to this conclusion of what they "maybe" didn't want to do, can you see why someone would think that they might not be able to?

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Good I can't make a claim for (i belong to you, i'm looking at you. big freeze, i'm looking at you.) and cohesive I can't necessarily make a claim for, but I don't think it'll ever reach the level that Clockwork did (though we got pretty close with the older albums). But if Drones is as good as people think it's gonna be, there's still a little bit of hope to be held.

 

To be honest, the last two albums felt like your typical, run-of-the-mill single albums. Hope that doesn't happen here.

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So, coming to this conclusion of what they "maybe" didn't want to do, can you see why someone would think that they might not be able to?

 

Yes I can. But that doesn't mean it's true.

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I assumed you think it is.

Well first off why would you assume anything about what I thought? I'm not the one who made the post.

 

And secondly....maybe you should re-think your post. Since when do beliefs and statements that start with "I think" and end with "I hope they prove me wrong" equate statements of truth?

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Since when do beliefs and statements that start with "I think" and end with "I hope they prove me wrong" equate statements of truth?

 

Since I'm the Opinion Leader of this board, duh.

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Well first off why would you assume anything about what I thought? I'm not the one who made the post.

 

And secondly....maybe you should re-think your post. Since when do beliefs and statements that start with "I think" and end with "I hope they prove me wrong" equate statements of truth?

 

Haha. You seem like you want to argue.

 

I assumed it because you started contradicting my post.

 

If someone thinks something, that means he believes that's true, no?

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If someone thinks something, that means he believes that's true, no?

 

Not necessarily. It's called expectations.

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Not necessarily. It's called expectations.

 

In that case one should say "I think that maybe...", not "I think...". Or maybe that's just how my mother tongue works.

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In that case one should say "I think that maybe...", not "I think...". Or maybe that's just how my mother tongue works.

Not sure how Macedonian works, but it seems fairly obvious that if I add "I hope to be proven wrong" then it's just an expectation...

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"I don't think Muse can do this, but I hope to be proven wrong"

"That's not true"

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Not sure how Macedonian works, but it seems fairly obvious that if I add "I hope to be proven wrong" then it's just an expectation...

 

That sounds more like hope then expectation :D

 

Okay it doesn't matter really, let's not turn this thread into penis measuring contest.

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Okay it doesn't matter really, let's not turn this thread into penis measuring contest.

 

I'm at... 0 inches. If that helps.

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"I don't think Muse can do this, but I hope to be proven wrong"

"That's not true"

 

I said "Yes I can. But that doesn't mean it's true."

 

Do you see the difference?

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Is that how semantic arguments end in Macedonia? Interesting...

 

I'd rather watch a penis measuring contest than a semantics argument. Any day.

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I'd rather watch a penis measuring contest than a semantics argument. Any day.

 

Not sure I'd say the same. Opinions I guess.

 

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