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n., A Redondo Beach wanna be metal band, so unoriginal they show their maverickiness by running around in black t-shirts & jeans like all the other wanna bes. So untalented they took the name of a modestly successful East Coast band. Wanna be Multiverse talks big but doesn’t deliver as seen by their 2008 Facebook page bragging about their again soon-to-be-released album, Perceptive Complexity (“Prepare to be destroyed!” – uh, yeah.) Like so many metal bands they confuse skill for talent & whatever skill this band has is undone by its lack of talent.

While the lead guitar has more talent & ability than his kid brother drummer, that's not saying much. Like lots of drummers he bought a huge drum kit to makes up for his talent. One member is so talented, his only contribution is “Screams”, period. Wow. While they blame their failure to release an album on having an incomplete band, adding a bass player in 2009 didn’t seem to fix the problem.

Their only “accomplishment” so far is putting up lots of YouTube clips of them wasting time laying down tracks. In short, the band has all the earmarks of a twenty-something wannabe & his kid brother who continue to leaching off of mommy & daddy, living in mommy’s basement, driving her car, & claiming the reason they don’t have jobs, much less a contract, is that they’re undiscovered, super-awesome talented musicians who need just a little more time before they’ll get that that next, uhh… first big break.
Chip: God damn, Dale! What the hell you listening to?

Dale: Oh, sorry Chip… I was just listening to some of the soundtracks the Homeland Security goons use to torture their detainees… it’s a bunch of wanna bes called “Multiverse”…

Chip: Well, turn that crap off! You're scaring the dogs!
by JoJo-Napolean June 09, 2010
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Revised Definition Text:

n., A Redondo Beach wanna be metal band, so unoriginal they show their maverickiness by running around in black t-shirts & jeans like all the other wanna bes. So untalented they took the name of a modestly successful East Coast band. Wanna be Multiverse talks big but doesn’t deliver as seen by their 2008 Facebook page bragging about their again soon-to-be-released album, Perceptive Complexity (“Prepare to be destroyed!” – uh, yeah.) Like so many metal bands they confuse skill for talent & whatever skill this band has is undone by its lack of talent.

While the lead guitar has more talent & ability than his kid brother drummer, that's not saying much. Like lots of drummers he bought a huge drum kit to make up for his talent. One member is so talented, his only contribution is “Screams”, period. Wow. While they blame their failure to release an album on having an incomplete band, adding a bass player in 2009 didn’t seem to fix the problem.

Their only “accomplishment” so far is putting up lots of YouTube clips of them wasting time laying down tracks. In short, the band has all the earmarks of a twenty-something wannabe & his kid brother who continue to leach off of mommy & daddy, living in mommy’s basement, driving her car, & claiming the reason they don’t have jobs, much less a contract, is that they’re undiscovered, super-awesome talented musicians who need just a little more time before they’ll get that next, uhh… first big break.
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Note: When I visited the Multiverse definition you just published (Thanks!), I noticed two small typos I missed when I made my submission. If y'all would be kind enough to cut and paste the spruced up definition I've written below, I'd appreciate it. It's amazing how when you write something, it's nearly impossible to catch all your mistakes until *after* you've hit the send button! Thanks for your consideration of my request. -Andy
by No change necessary June 13, 2010
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The hypothesis in which our universe turns out to be one among an enormous number of seperate and distinct universes that have evolved down though the aeons. Most universes are dead and uninteresting. Only a tiny subset do the laws of physics promote the emergence of stars, planets and life.
There is nothing special about the status of our universe within the infinity of universes that constitute the multiverse.
by OneBadAsp October 20, 2006
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a collective term for the totality of parallel worlds, a concept and plot device popularly used in science fiction novels. It was influenced greatly by an actual theory, called the Many Worlds, popularized by the physicist David Deutsch.
Carl has a pimple the size of the entire Multiverse.
by Ashton Bennett June 12, 2003
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