Talk:Sharks Keep Moving
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I think SKM is notable in itself; shouldn't be merged with Minus the Bear just because the latter is more well-known. They did have several releases. --Tothebarricades 21:22, 30 May 2006 (UTC)
I understand the suggestion for a merging, however Sharks Keep Moving maintained a completely independent and sucessful career of their own, entirely unique from that of Minus the Bear, and should be credited and documented as such. I do however, think there should be a link to both Minus the Bear and Pretty Girls Make Graves, AS WELL AS the Blood Brothers in this section. Members have been in or can be found in each of the three. To merge Sharks Keep Moving with any of the three, including Minus the Bear, would be like merging the Promise Ring with Cap'n Jazz, Coalesce with the Casket Lottery, or Piebald with Kid Kilowatt. It's plausible, yet entirely irresponsible. Please discuss furthur so we can decide how to continue. Thank you. .donny
His name is not Jake Robinson, it is Jake Snider. Someone who has time can go ahead and fix this. Alright, great. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 07:06, 18 March 2007 (UTC).