Figured out how to fix the weird text-clipping issue! I have no doubt I’ll be making more of these…
“YOU’RE REALLY GONNA RING OUT THE GUY IN THE $6,000 SUIT? C’MOOOOOON”
COCKA COCKA CAAAAW
I think, at this point, they’re aware of the fact that there’s the one or two comments from people who don’t know what a let’s-watch is, and are just doing this for attention now.
I’m just sayin’, Shad.
Coz y’know, so many people who watch us on the YouTube channel follow my personal tumblr and know what I do over here.
HOW DO I
To find my 1st rant concerning R A M
(the 1 I intended to target towards FiW’s Griffin, but then I remembered this wasn’t Twitter so most of the message went to BronyComms’ Shadrow; ∴ I’m an idiot)
you can find it here.
I said in my R A M review that “I’ve used enough cement to fill up the hole Griffin left”.
But looking back on both his rant & the iTunes reviews, I realized I didn’t use enough.
So I need to plug up a few more gaps here & there while attempting to educate my followers & the Tumblr public.
Included in this rant:
- Why society’s musical value is deteriorating
- My honest thoughts DP’s most popular record, Discovery (2001)
- Smart arguments against each under-analyzing statement Griffin made on his R A M rant
- Why Daft Punk are attempting to both maintain & progress society’s musical value with R A M
Everything’s below the break.
Hey Griffin, it’s kinda long and you may not even see it, but a friend of mine had a semi-rebuttal against your statements on the new Daft Punk album and I’m sure he’d greatly appreciate it if you gave it a read.
Australia as seen by the rest of the world
this is actually very accurate
AUSTRALIANS I KNOW.
VOUCH FOR THE VALIDITY OF THIS POST IF IT’S ACCURATE.
Artwork credit: Nyerpy
So without further delay, let me tell you something about BronyComms.
Thanks for writing this up dude, some people just don’t seem to know what all those commentary tracks on DVDs are for.
Also I’m amazed you can remember my musical tastes that thoroughly, seeing as I don’t mention some of them all that often. Kudos for the research!