coco ebert: What's with all the White Stripes hate? I don't get it.
Toshiro Mifune's Letter Opener: Jack White says Meg White felt the same way about The White Stripes as most people didYou assume too much, subby, and when you assume, you make an ass out of you.Not me. You.
ReapTheChaos: If these pictures you guys are posting are the best you can come up with, wow that's one ugly ass woman. Would hate to see her early in the morning./Never heard of White Stripes
Third_Uncle_Eno: I agree. Her drumming is part of what made the White Stripes different and special. Who cares if she wasn't Neil Peart. It was rockin' and minimalistic. It's about what you DON'T play v.s. what you do, just like in jazz.
Derwood: Do I have to do everything around here?[blogs.laweekly.com image 289x422]
padraig: SnarfVader: I couldn't agree more. You can hear the disparity. He would've been better off with a drum machine.Jack White argued that Meg White is what made White Stripes what it was. Because Jack White had to play around the limitations of Meg White, the band achieved a style that would never be there with a more proficient drummer. Like in all artistic endeavor, constraints make you more creative.
jake_lex: You know, Meg White is cute and all, but the White Stripes had to have had one of the greatest disparities between the talent of its two members ever. I mean, Oates contributed more to Hall & Oates.
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