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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaimi Kuenzli View Post
    I ran out of coffee this morning and had to squat heavy while listening to Ed Sheeran at 5:30am.

    I'm gonna start buying bigger bags of coffee, and maybe an emergency tin of Folgers *shudder*. Running out of coffee is no joke. That was traumatic.
    This begs the question: how do you plan to address the Ed Sheeran problem?

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    Who is Ed Sheeran, and why is he a problem that cannot be solved with the correct application of high explosives?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaimi Kuenzli View Post
    I ran out of coffee this morning and had to squat heavy while listening to Ed Sheeran at 5:30am.

    I'm gonna start buying bigger bags of coffee, and maybe an emergency tin of Folgers *shudder*. Running out of coffee is no joke. That was traumatic.
    I often suffer from the globo gym non-heavy lifting friendly music as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    Who is Ed Sheeran, and why is he a problem that cannot be solved with the correct application of high explosives?
    There's nothing wrong with Ed Sheeran. His music is just overplayed by Top 40 stations.

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    So that's why I don't know who he is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark Rippetoe View Post
    So that's why I don't know who he is.
    Yeah. I mean, he's a fine singer. There's nothing wrong with him in the same sense that there's nothing wrong with Nickleback or Justin Bieber's music.
    It's not amazing, but it's certainly not deserving of vitriol. The problem is just how generically inoffensive it is, so it ends up in a lot of gyms and dentists' offices and cafes.

    I have personally never listened to Ed Sheeran on accident, which is why when I looked him up, I thought "yeah, he's alright" unlike the many people who told me his music is annoying and shitty because they've heard it at work 4,000 times.

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