Billy Baron

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  1. They are all from a 12 bar blues chord and They don't even spit on your Jimmy.
  2. If you turn the music to "The Wizard of Oz" down, and play Pink Floyd's "The Wall" over the movie, the scenes from the movie seem to match that of the Pink Floyd least I think it was The Wall. It is probably somewhere on YouTube. I've noticed there somewhat throughout the official DOOM release. You can totally see the usage of mainstream rock in Bobby Prince's music. In fact, if you play other Bobby Prince titles and listen to classic rock, you can see some nearly identical John Fogerty and Megadeth lines. I think I remember playing Ninja Gaiden 3 or something and hearing a rip from the theme tune of "Knight Rider". Ninja Gaiden 3 is also "The Ancient Ship of DOOM", so maybe there is a relationship between it and DOOM. And DOOM was released in Japan at the same time as it was released in the USA.
  3. Happy 2018! I started thinking about documentaries that I have seen while browsing through the 'Most recent movie you have seen' thread, so this forks from there. I was just wondering what kind of documentary and/or social docs everyone is following. Post and tell about the most recent documentaries you have seen since you have been on Doomworld, whether it is an hour long story about Romero on YouTube, or something you saw on the Discovery channel, or on a digital movie download site. It doesn't have to be one you saw for sale on Steam, even tell about that interesting story you heard about the Horse feces on The Learning Network if you want. I just saw two interesting stories myself. One was on PBS' web site, and it was about the unfolding war in Ukraine, and the breakaway republic that started in the west or their country, The Republic of Donetsk, or Donut Republic (I like Donuts, I don't know if I like Donuts as much as Homer, but I like Donuts), as I like to refer to it. There are several poignant scenes in this documentary that really stuck with me. One part was when he Russian group Stronghold stormed a Ukrainian government office, and dragged the people out into the street. There, one of the 20 year old students was hit on the head, and confronted with a little flag he was carrying that showed he supported the eastern militant group Right Sector. He looked like such a candy ass with that flag in front of Stronghold! That'll make you think twice before you put that E-Z Widers sticker on your car! whoops! "The Battle for Ukraine" Then, I saw an interesting story about 5 guys from 5 different places who came together to battle terror in Iraq. It was pretty good, and it really got the point across about the tragedy of war and terrorism in General. It kind of lacked something in the cautionary department though, boasting how people 'just met over the internet' and got involved in the fight against ISIS. I have heard in other places about the horrors of being ambushed, and here wasn't much of a word of caution. "Frontline Fighting Battling ISIS" Thanks for sharing
  4. Happy New Year 2018!
  5. Well, then I went and saw Clown (2014). It wasn't the most murderific horror thing ever. It did satisfy in a clown kind of a way. For some reason, Killer Klowns from Outer Space, to me, is still like the best clown rant/movie ever. But in terms of being like a serial murdering clown, Clown (2014) was a little bit different than that. I'll probably at some point go and see Gacy (2003). This story about John Wayne Gacy, the legendary murder clown, just looks interesting. You know, because clowns are always murdering people.
  6. I finally saw the first Robocop. All I can say is....
  7. I followed a lot of metal like Megadeth, Slayer, Danzig. I liked Gravediggaz and Jeru the Damaja. I wish I had time to listen to more rap. Rather than listen to a bunch of old song that I don't remember anyway, I just kind of moved towards techno so far this year. You know, on a top 10 album. Least favorite was some Alternative that was all lovey dovey and didn't really agree with me too much. I might have been into it a decade ago, not now, though.
  8. Wow. That's a total bummer to hear about DemonSphere. I only got to play with him a few times in the past couple years. He sure had the upper hand in those fights, got the best of me here and there, heh. I just remember he was a good opponent. The community won't be the same without him. We all suffer this loss. Rest In Peace, Man. Don't Fear The Reaper.
  9. I just watched "Stalingrad". It was kind of cool. It wasn't like 'Saving Private Ryan'. The voice overs weren't that bad unless that kind of thing really pisses you off. I would watch it again. I saw the new Ghostbusters right before that, but I haven't seen the new Ninja Turtles yet. It was real ghosty in a kind of funny way, which was kind of nice considering how angry most ghost movies are these days.
  10. Yes. Once again, this is the breath of fresh air we need from all of the B.S. that comes from music companies. Time and again, they have failed to create an interesting experience and have left us with more or less, a nth generation high school drama that is about a minor's prom. They suck. They squash cool genres like jazz for a more profitable, corporate decision. For these two genres to co-exist, one of them is forced to live in the shadow of the other. Keep making free music and original compositions.
  11. Wow, yea. That's what it is in a nutshell. You've taken some pictures from a game company and posted them publically without their permission, ok?, and made your own 'original' idea. And you've posted it before anybody else chronologically, and also without spending thousands of dollars over your estimated budget. Let's be honest, if the graphics didn't belong to you, how much time would you spend on them without the promise of financial gain? Like if you look up the names of rock and roll bands a decade later, you hear about how some of those people who are involved in a literal 'art' have actually been institutionalized or are currently living in a mental facility. With the risk of that happening to your health over some 'art', who could take these 'art' people seriously and for no money? Great Job!
  12. Maybe it's like a DOOM Incubus that gets DOOM players instead of women in their sleep. Maybe I'm just not in the same 'rift'; I'm just getting some kind of sense of schizophrenia over the 'crazy eyes', like some kind of crazy white beard, one eye, crazy old man mental hospital patient showing you his glass eye. That's why I say it reminds me of the Incubus, like something that can take you in the paralysis of sleep.
  13. Hey everyone, It's world famous Jerry Lehr. I paid for that. The fucking ear-ache you get from listening to pay-for stuff too much. Give my regrets to 'God', it's like the blind leading the blind. No, wait, that's pleasant melodies. Hey, we'll sell it! Who can't want this kind of business model? We're like pioneers. Hear it all, Billy Baron
  14. Wow, what an awesome gift, and right before DOOM 4's release too. You really got to be watching real close here, or you might miss such awesome fun as the 3 days of public beta from early in April. ЗФБ!
  15. You detestable vile wretch, it reminds me of some tuna burger with French fries. That's right, Fish & Chips. Yea, pussies don't like it with malt vinegar. F**in' tater tots, biatch. I needs a napkin when I tear inta that pork spare rib, sauce gets on my hands. Like the blood gets on a hellknight's hands!