The SoBros Mailbag: 111th Edition – *NSYNC vs. Backstreet Boys

 In Humor, The SoBros Mailbag

Let’s face it – every day we are routinely bombarded with questions. When you’re an emerging media company in Nashville, people just want to know what your opinions are on everything. It’s only natural. And, since our duty is to serve the people, well, we have no choice but to be present. That’s the SoBro Way. Also, aren’t mailbags just a barrel of laughs anyway? Welcome to the newest weekly recurring feature up in this bitch: The SoBros Mailbag. As always, use #SoBrosMailbag to hit us up on Twitter.

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Y’know….this one’s interesting, Stan. Back in the day, I was a big Backstreet Boys fan, but now that I’m older, I think NSYNC probably hits the hardest when you play it back. If we’re taking each band’s best song, in my opinion, nothing’s going to beat “Everybody (Backstreet’s Back)” – but if we’re talking about each band’s entire catalog, I think NSYNC wins it. This might be a hot take, but I think “Pop” is NSYNC’s best song.

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Oof – that’s a tough one. In my opinion, both guys are bottom of the barrel. I’d have to go back and watch Batman & Robin, as I haven’t watched that one in a long, long time. I’m leaning Kilmer, just because of the nostalgia of Batman Forever, but I think you’ve raised a question I haven’t thought about in a long time so I’m going to have to go back, re-watch, and re-assess.

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Both excellent martial artists, and from a pure skill standpoint, Jet Li probably stands a better chance than most, but he’s not taking down Bruce Lee. Bruce Lee has to be the GOAT, right?!?! So versatile. So dynamic. So dangerous. I will say this – this would be a closer fight than many realize.

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Shit – literally and figuratively…we’re all sleepy right now. Personally, I’m running on fumes. I’ve been so busy that I’ve been running on four hours or so of sleep every night and I’m just trying to make it through the rest of this day so I can take some time off to rest.

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I think it depends on the movie – if you’ve got the budget to do CGI right, it can really make the movie. I don’t think the Marvel movies would be nearly as enjoyable as they are without the state of the art CGI they use. On the other hand, I think there’s definitely a time and a place for the practical effects and those can make a film quite charming in its own right. I’m leaning CGI if you put a gun to my head, but I definitely think there’s room for both.

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What is Mose?

Also, you’ve piqued Juicebox Productions’ interest, Matt:

Keep the questions coming – catch y’all next week!

Stoney Keeley is the Editor in Chief of The SoBros Network. He is a strong supporter of Team GSD and #BeBetter. “Big Natural” covers the Tennessee Titans, Nashville, and a whole wealth of nonsense. Follow on Twitter @StoneyKeeley

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