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  • Within the last 24 hours, SoundCloud Stats has taught me that there are two places in this world with the names Huntertown and Nicholasville. Who the fuck comes up with these names?
    stupidface
    stupidface
    Octaviustown, Maximiliansdale Ct
    I'll be the first to tell you; stupidface's SC likes list I pretty much consider my highlight reel, because our music tastes are similar enough to where I can say with relative confidence that the tracks of mine he's liked are tracks that I would hit like even if I wasn't myself.

    So, let me also be the first to say, words can not describe how fucking goddamn happy I am that he doesn't have Tainted Love on that playlist. Don't get me wrong, it's a good song, but it's a victim of oversaturation by my mother's hand. She's got a lot of 80s music that's pretty dope, and if I hadn't heard this song 50 jillion times from the ages of 9 to 13 maybe I wouldn't harbor resent towards just how goddamn well the track's analytics are doing.

    Oh, and although it's a little bit tempting, I ain't gonna pull a Pigmask and fucking obliterate the shit at the expense of hundreds' enjoyment of the track.
    ...Like so many Undertale SoundClouds have done to me. Fucking bastards, I LIKED THOSE SONGS.
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    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Kind of disappointed he didn't like the Gyre Mountain remix, but then, like I was implying, our tastes'd have to be at least a little different somewhere.
    Edit: okay, good, that naggling doubt (hope?) I had, where he just hadn't heard it, apparently proved true :D
    God I miss having a square avatar.
    Can we bring back square-shaped pfp's, please? This vector-ass circular shit gets on my nerves
    stupidface
    stupidface
    Dose peoples opinions really matter???? donut take so seriously, forum sucks deal with it!!. haha, why try improve site when not improve do trick?
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Only if they're inverted triangles.

    @stupidface no. bad. Don't poke the Goozen with a stick.

    ...Is it possible to introduce a bullet point system for this sort of thing under Preferences?
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Like, a dedicated section for Square vs. Circle vs. Triangular profile pictures under profile options, I mean @CM30?
    There are lots of things that I could see benefiting the users' morale if they were implemented as profile options. That way, everyone can decide which versions of petty details they prefer ;o
    Someone help me. Is this an original or pre-existing tune. THIS SONG IS DOPE PLEASE HELP ME
    Christ, a full 10.1% of the people who've listened to that Tainted Love I posted hit the like button, which a full 4% more than the play:likes ratios for all three of the Related Tracks, which all have more plays than me. I don't even like this (version of the) song that much, and yet, every time I hit the notifications bell it's on there at least once. I've been playing with powers I did not understand.
    Dude, ffffuck IBS, homes.

    Like, as I'm typing this I'm wondering if I'm gonna have to put this post on hold so I can go to the bathroom again.
    Calling a phone a Mobile is one of the cutest Britishisms.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Refusing to acknowledge the existence of "jag-wah-r", however, is the most confusing.

    BTW, if you're a Wayro fan it's illegal to pronounce it as jag-yoo-urr, for waabvious reasons.
    Just a Wario Fan
    Just a Wario Fan
    British: metre
    Canadian: meter
    American: 1/1609th mile.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    I'm pretty sure most would measure that in terms of feet (with a decimal point), not fractions of a mile.
    If I were to become a successful YouTuber, I'd wanna get a sponsorship deal with those cats that made File Blender, 'cause that shit's fly as hell, homes.
    Probably the best file converter that you can for free online right now. I don't even remember how I found it last time (I even forgot the name of the program), I had to copy it over from my old computer, but ever since that time I've always remembered the name of the program.
    people out there really be named Poppy

    As a nickname that's cute as hell, but as an honest-to-god birth certificate name
    I'd have to question the parents' sanity, know what'm sayin'
    ...Mother 1-ass name, swear to god
    stupidface
    stupidface
    pippi longstocking
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Yeah I know right. Ikkurr, know what'm sayin'
    I find it interesting how iconic The Canyons Int. Music's synth arpeggio is, considering that's all it is, a series of arpeggios. Badass arpeggios, but still.
    This morning I dreamed that Rudy became friends with some little blonde-haired boy named Kay. Said Kay lived in a trailer with his also blonde mother (she had rather faded colors in comparison to her vibrant son, and looked pretty ratty, but I remember thinking "oh, I like how the contrast here is subtly reinforcing the idea that this mom is doing the best she can for her son"), in an area that looked like a cross between my paternal grandparents' street and that one Desktop wallpaper my aunt had where it was a long-ass road with big trees all along it. It was all rainy and puddles were all around. Rudy and Kay (in a little hat and raincoat) were splashing about in the overcast weather, Rudy was going along with the little one's every childish idea, and it was really sweet.
    My brain told me that the basic rundown for the episode was supposed to be Rudy endearing himself to the boy and his mom, but also trying to keep the gang from finding out that ol' Rough Tough Rudy was a big old softie like the rest of them (he refused to say that he was a babysitter, even though he knew that's exactly what he was-- prolly would use the excuse that 'he isn't getting paid, therefore it doesn't count, ha ha'), and I believe the bits where Bill would cut in boiled down to 'not all trailer trash is trailer trash, some of them are just unfortunate', know what'm sayin'.

    I wonder if I should, like, write this.
    The most depressing thing about Disney World in my experience has been re-riding It's a Small World, because as the years go by it becomes increasingly clear that it's seen practically zero maintenance. That bit with the tiger under the umbrella still has that little bundle of streamers leaning over one side instead of being properly draped over it like my first visit that I can remember since I "turned on" as a human being, which was literally almost a decade ago, now. The rain part used to be my favorite, and it was the first to go :'(
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Yeah, but that's just how those Frenchies like doin' thangs. Beautiful fuckers. Fuckin' murica. s'bullshit.
    It's Pizza Time
    It's Pizza Time
    Not being a kid anymore is not a bad thing. You have all new responsibilities now. There are pros and cons of both.

    Lo siento= I'm sorry, although it literally translates to "I feel it".
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    Well, sympathizing means you feel for the other person, like 'I'm sorry for your loss' kind of I'm sorry.
    So I was right, and I don't even have any clue of what I'm doing! :wargh2:Hoo-hah!
    wait a minute, wayoshi can support an entire sentence in icelandic, but it can't support a hyphen?
    I can never spell Spider-Man correctly in this font and have it not look wrong anyway.
    What the fuck were Fone/Phoney/the-tall-one Bone even supposed to be, anyway? I always assumed they were supposed to be like living Bone Marrow.
    Also I forgot about Thorn, somehow? She's fuckin' hot, btw?
    I also forgot about how they had that flashback towards the end where they revealed that her grandmother was like in her 40s when she was born and how that had me completely amazed as a chillun because I thought grandparents were without fail already old when you got there, and that was just an unwritten rule of the world.


    That Little Drummer Boy thing I linked stupidface had an amazon listing for all of Bone as one complete volume and I was gonna make a joke about going at it for a really long time, but I ended up going to the listing because that shit was fly as a kid and totally got sidetracked. These were pretty much my thoughts while looking at the Amazon page.
    ...Oh yeah, and there was that one tiny purple rat-horn that-- OH, SMILEY, that was his name (I think)-- and he fucked off at the end of Rocque Jaw Master of the Eastern Border, but he came back later and beat the shit out of the brown n grey rathorns that would keep reappearing. Also, there was the super big one that they and a bunch of other rathorns worked for that didn't really look like them all that much, and he got his tooth stuck in Thorn's arm when he died I think, and uhhhh I forget who but someone stabbed his head and that made that ratty-ass hag mad or smth
    Just a Wario Fan
    Just a Wario Fan
    All I can say is, thank you for selecting a smaller font size.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    I like how the time gap between this post and the other one is exactly as long as the YTP itself
    This video said:
    From 1903 to 1913, Claude Debussy recorded several of his own pieces on piano rolls. Debussy was delighted with the reproduction quality, saying in a letter to Edwin Welte: “It is impossible to attain a greater perfection of reproduction than that of the Welte apparatus. I am happy to assure you in these lines of my astonishment and admiration of what I heard. I am, Dear Sir, Yours Faithfully, Claude Debussy.” More than one century old, these recordings allow us to listen to the great composer playing his own works.

    Rolls for the reproducing piano were generally made from the recorded performances of famous musicians. Typically, a pianist would sit at a specially designed recording piano, and the pitch and duration of any notes played would be either marked or perforated on a blank roll, together with the duration of the sustaining and soft pedal. Reproducing pianos can also re-create the dynamics of a pianist's performance by means of specially encoded control perforations placed towards the edges of a music roll, but this coding was never recorded automatically. Different companies had different ways of notating dynamics, some technically advanced (though not necessarily more effective), some secret, and some dependent entirely on a recording producer's handwritten notes, but in all cases these dynamic hieroglyphics had to be skillfully converted into the specialized perforated codes needed by the different types of instrument.
    tahutoa
    tahutoa
    wait a minute
    hieroglyphics
    the fuck?

    this was written like a professional essay and yet they didn't know about the whole "hieroglyphic
    is an adjective, hieroglyph is the noun"
    thing (which Wario Land 4 should be applauded for, btw)?
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