Branson is basically springfield to me. Its less than an hour drive or something like that right? My wife goes down there all the time and they go to springfield while they're at branson.
James Newport said:You're forgetting Branson... loool.
Nick Laird said:Haha. Its nothing special. I really wouldn't suggest it. You'd be bored. Its dumbass college kids with parents moneys drinking and driving. They're fun in a taco bell drive through though. LOL. But St. Louis is the only other place besides KC and Springfield thats worth going.
James Newport said:I've never made it down there for some reason; have always wanted to. Perhaps the Limbaugh influence is keeping me away lol.
Nick Laird said:Rush limbaugh is from the city where i was born. LOL. The city where i work and lived for some of my life. LOL. I live 8 minutes from Cape.
James Newport said:Dude, I think of the Waitress all the time when I'm with my girl in a restaurant. You're down there in Rush Limbaugh territory I see. Whole different part of the state than where I'm from.
Nick Laird said:Hell yeah. I live just south of st. louis. Its like an hour and a half so i get almost through both cds everytime. LOL.I really like waitress though. I have the situation everytime i go to chilis it seems. LMAO.
James Newport said:I feel ya. I especially think the last few tracks are underrated; especially Last Words. The Lou! I'm from KC so I go there every once in a while.
Nick Laird said:I wouldn't go that far but it was a good album. in my top 3 from strange days. I like that it was a softer album though. It puts me in a good mood everytime i listen to it. I listen to the thing front to back everytime i come back from STL>
James Newport said:Yea, I've heard that about Killer too. I think it's one of his best albums even though a few tracks were a bit suspect. The bangers make up for it. Like Yea might be Tech's best song.
Nick Laird said:I love this fucking song. I thought it went super hard. I heard alot of people didn't like killer though. But i thought it was hard.