Even funnier is the 30 somethings who think that because they're older, their opinion holds some magical insight. News flash: The kids who conform to Scene simply because it's the "cool" thing are the same types who would have liked punk in the 90s. Those older folks tend to forget that Punk was a commercial force in the mid 90s. You can pat yourself on the back all you want for listening to Guttermouth and Pennywise in 1996 because thousands of others were too. I don't think there's ever an excuse to be so non-self aware that you fall victim to a generation gap. Feeble minds do that.
Music snobbery is the perfect indicator of a moron, a child or both.  True Punx are the biggest crybaby pussies you will ever meet. Thank god Warped Tour stopped catering to that pack of pansies. I find it funny how the punks will complain about "scene kids" all day, yet you never see scene kids making fun of and talking shit on punks. And yet they call them the pussies? I never understood it.
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Music snobbery is the perfect indicator of a moron, a child or both. Most of the older punk bands now sound like listening to Lady Gaga in comparison to more recent bands. But anyway, arguing over music genres or band credibility is the most fucked up pointless bullshit ever. Music is a form of entertainment, not a bloody maths exam. Listen to the music you like, don't listen to the music you don't like, and spend your energy getting an education instead of debating complete and utter bollocks.
Also, why does the average punk rock fan seem to have a hidden insight into how and why pop music fans are idiots and/or conformists? If you don't listen to any pop ever, you probably aren't credible enough to comment on it in such a manner, and you're just going to view it in a negatively biased manner because punk is the antithesis of pop. It feels like patting yourself on the back more than anything.
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Most of these top artists belong in the pop punk tag, not the punk rock tag. Don't get me wrong though, I like some of these that shouldn't really be here.. But what the hell are bands like Good Charlotte and Yellowcard doing here? Or what about All Time low? Really? I can barely call it pop punk.
It's even more agonizing when the person saying it is in their 30s. I can understand a kid just finding punk wanting to associate with it heavily for the sake of image, but grown men complaining like little kids is almost as comical as it is embarrassing.
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Green day are easy targets cu's they mixt punk and pop, but that doesn't mean there music is fake or that they'r sellouts.... did you know that johnny rotten from the sex pistols made a commercial for fucking butter?! yes they might be shit now but that's what happens when you get old.! the fact that other bands have "tougher" chords dose not make them less authentic