I have no stake in the Boston vs. New York rivalry. I think both lobster and Sliced cheese sandwich is delicious. I listen to both Notorious B.I.G. and New Edition. I find both places unnecessarily noisy and obnoxious but I get it, nobody has enough space. All that being said, Boston should be ashamed of itself for combining it with ice.Stool for clear-cutting the SideTalk video out of New York.
Well barfIf Stool made the video then he should be most ashamed. He took over the conceptualization, shooting and editing of Sidetalk videos and worked on a stand-up from BarfstoolPersona” Dana Beer. Two of these sidetalk knockoffs were shot in Boston. one after winning Game 5, and the other after the Celtics lost Game 7. These videos are the equivalent of me tasting pizzas across the country and “one bite” from my YouTube channel handle.
There are some funny one-liners in the video, but the jokes aren’t what make SideTalk work. One of the most recognizable faces in the SideTalk video is the guy who yelled, “Hey KD, don’t you regret not coming to the Knicks!” The most famous line from the video series is, “Bing, Bong!” The original onomatopoeia went viral.
It doesn’t matter the exact lines of the Sidetalk video. The people of New York are displayed as pleasantly unbalanced. Many non-New Yorkers expect New Yorkers to be outside shouting wildly, but possibly to hurry at a tourist subway turnstile. Instead, Sidetalk showcases a small cross section of America, all trying to be the life of the party at the same time. And not in a way that diminishes a previous boisterous person. it’s more like a cipher, Everyone is just trying to let the moment flow.
even if it snowsStool Video had its own SpiderCuts, which Hennessey was sharing outside the TD Garden regardless of COVID-19, so their product would pale in comparison. snowStull is doing what all college football teams did with the Miami Hurricanes’ turnover chain – swagger jacking. When a good idea is widely praised, people always try to make their own version. That version will always be Folex compared to the real thing.
Not only copy, felt forced
snowStool video also wreaks havoc in Boston inferiority complex, as loud as It could be people from that region of the country, the whole video seemed forced. One could feel the vocal cords straining in their throats as Bostonians humbly attempted to match the energy and volume of the New Yorkers in front of Madison Square Garden.
We got to Boston, you spilled the tea overboard and told us the British were coming. It’s not an important race theory, so that—unlike your school integration in the 1970s—remains in every textbook across the country.
New York is always going to benefit all of you. Larry Bird joins the mob for loose balls and he owns the driveway for his mother, but he’s definitely not Clyde Frazier. Lawrence Taylor Vs. Tom Brady, Desus and Mero Vs. dave portnoy, hell, Bill Parcells Vs. Bill Belichick – Sorry Boston, you’re never going to win enough championships to bridge the gap between you and the Big Apple.
that unorthodox act of bleh with snowStool is further proof. Leave the cool to the guys who know what it looks and feels like. The genre is not zombie blood. It cannot be moved by cutting.
Stick to cutting down on those damn pizzas.