Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

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Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Jon Mercer » Thu Oct 29, 2009 7:45 am

First off, I'm sorry you had to experience that disc.

Second, strictly in the interest of keeping things professional looking, Nickleback's unfortunate 2001 album was titled Silver Side Up, not Sunny Side Up.
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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Dan Mancini » Thu Oct 29, 2009 9:15 am

They say that a hero could save us, and Jon's not gonna stand here and wait.
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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Jon Mercer » Thu Oct 29, 2009 9:54 am

Dan Mancini wrote:They say that a hero could save us, and Jon's not gonna stand here and wait.

I think I just threw up inside my soul.
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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Michael Stailey » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:04 am

Fixed. I appreciate the heads up. But just so we keep this professional, the name of the band is Nickelback not Nickleback. ;-)
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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Jon Mercer » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:09 am

Michael Stailey wrote:Fixed. I appreciate the heads up. But just so we keep this professional, the name of the band is Nickelback not Nickleback. ;-)

Do we really have to call them a band?
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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Andrew Forbes » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:16 am

Jon Mercer wrote:
Michael Stailey wrote:Fixed. I appreciate the heads up. But just so we keep this professional, the name of the band is Nickelback not Nickleback. ;-)

Do we really have to call them a band?

I assumed Stailey was using "band" in the sense of a "band of ruffians" or an "itchy band of red across my abdomen."
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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Dan Mancini » Thu Oct 29, 2009 10:43 am

Andrew Forbes wrote:
Jon Mercer wrote:
Michael Stailey wrote:Fixed. I appreciate the heads up. But just so we keep this professional, the name of the band is Nickelback not Nickleback. ;-)

Do we really have to call them a band?

I assumed Stailey was using "band" in the sense of a "band of ruffians" or an "itchy band of red across my abdomen."

Comments like that are punished with the Jheri curl stink-eye.

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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Jon Mercer » Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:49 am

Dan Mancini wrote:
Andrew Forbes wrote:
Jon Mercer wrote:
Michael Stailey wrote:Fixed. I appreciate the heads up. But just so we keep this professional, the name of the band is Nickelback not Nickleback. ;-)

Do we really have to call them a band?

I assumed Stailey was using "band" in the sense of a "band of ruffians" or an "itchy band of red across my abdomen."

Comments like that are punished with the Jheri curl stink-eye.

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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby ckulik » Sat Nov 07, 2009 9:51 pm

My bad, guys...thanks for the heads up! Of course, misspelling an album name is nothing next to misspelling a former Judge's last name. Evidently, it never clicked with me while writing my SCREWBALLS review that Paul Corupe was a former Judge. :oops:
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Re: Judge Kulik's Nickleback Review

Postby Dave Ryan » Thu Nov 19, 2009 3:14 pm

During today's Woot-off, they had a multitool for sale.

The tagline for it was "More Tools Than A Nickelback Concert"
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