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#117 - or you know she doesn't like him. Did that ever enter your min…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/04/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. 0
User avatar #118 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
It did cross my mind, but I then realised how stupid the reasoning was when I remembered that she had just told everyone that she would like someone who exhibited the quality he just established he had. The fact that you still don't get that is what's truly confusing. You can't say you like something, and then deny liking that something when an example of that something is shown to you. It's contradictive.
#115 - ok then You can't force yourself to be in a healthy r…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/04/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. 0
User avatar #116 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
Then you've completely missed the point of the content. She talks about how she would like (like (I'm saying it twice so you don't gloss over it as I'm saying it.)) a man who exhibits a trait that the guy in the content said he exhibits. The point isn't that she's being pressured into liking a guy she doesn't like, the point is that by her own definition for f what she wants in a man, she should like the guy in the content. it tells us that she's either lying, or hopelessly ignorant.

Like, WBC in a natural history museum ignorant.
User avatar #117 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
or you know she doesn't like him. Did that ever enter your mind? that she has her own active thoughts?


You really have a problem with arguments online.
You have to win them don't you?
I am not going to argue a stupid fucking argument with you anymore because there is literally no point in trying anymore.
User avatar #118 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
It did cross my mind, but I then realised how stupid the reasoning was when I remembered that she had just told everyone that she would like someone who exhibited the quality he just established he had. The fact that you still don't get that is what's truly confusing. You can't say you like something, and then deny liking that something when an example of that something is shown to you. It's contradictive.
#113 - If you can't see the difference between a job and a relationsh…  [+] (5 new replies) 05/03/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. 0
User avatar #114 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
"It's obvious!"

Oh well I guess that settles it!
You are really bad at this, you realize...
User avatar #115 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
ok then

You can't force yourself to be in a healthy relationship with someone you don't naturally like. You can however force yourself to do a job you don't want to do.
I can't believe I had to point out the difference between a job and a relationship
User avatar #116 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
Then you've completely missed the point of the content. She talks about how she would like (like (I'm saying it twice so you don't gloss over it as I'm saying it.)) a man who exhibits a trait that the guy in the content said he exhibits. The point isn't that she's being pressured into liking a guy she doesn't like, the point is that by her own definition for f what she wants in a man, she should like the guy in the content. it tells us that she's either lying, or hopelessly ignorant.

Like, WBC in a natural history museum ignorant.
User avatar #117 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
or you know she doesn't like him. Did that ever enter your mind? that she has her own active thoughts?


You really have a problem with arguments online.
You have to win them don't you?
I am not going to argue a stupid fucking argument with you anymore because there is literally no point in trying anymore.
User avatar #118 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
It did cross my mind, but I then realised how stupid the reasoning was when I remembered that she had just told everyone that she would like someone who exhibited the quality he just established he had. The fact that you still don't get that is what's truly confusing. You can't say you like something, and then deny liking that something when an example of that something is shown to you. It's contradictive.
#110 - I didn't come onto this site to argue. And your point was abso…  [+] (7 new replies) 05/03/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. 0
User avatar #112 - lolollo (05/03/2014) [-]
OK my turn.

Not it wasn't.
User avatar #113 - mads (05/03/2014) [-]
If you can't see the difference between a job and a relationship you really aren't worth it
User avatar #114 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
"It's obvious!"

Oh well I guess that settles it!
You are really bad at this, you realize...
User avatar #115 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
ok then

You can't force yourself to be in a healthy relationship with someone you don't naturally like. You can however force yourself to do a job you don't want to do.
I can't believe I had to point out the difference between a job and a relationship
User avatar #116 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
Then you've completely missed the point of the content. She talks about how she would like (like (I'm saying it twice so you don't gloss over it as I'm saying it.)) a man who exhibits a trait that the guy in the content said he exhibits. The point isn't that she's being pressured into liking a guy she doesn't like, the point is that by her own definition for f what she wants in a man, she should like the guy in the content. it tells us that she's either lying, or hopelessly ignorant.

Like, WBC in a natural history museum ignorant.
User avatar #117 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
or you know she doesn't like him. Did that ever enter your mind? that she has her own active thoughts?


You really have a problem with arguments online.
You have to win them don't you?
I am not going to argue a stupid fucking argument with you anymore because there is literally no point in trying anymore.
User avatar #118 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
It did cross my mind, but I then realised how stupid the reasoning was when I remembered that she had just told everyone that she would like someone who exhibited the quality he just established he had. The fact that you still don't get that is what's truly confusing. You can't say you like something, and then deny liking that something when an example of that something is shown to you. It's contradictive.
#54 - That is a false equivilancy  [+] (9 new replies) 05/02/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. -4
User avatar #108 - lolollo (05/02/2014) [-]
Wow, you've convinced me, all from saying "You're wrong" and nothing else.

I can tell your high school debate team taught you well.

You're so good you don't even need a contrary argument, just the opinion...
User avatar #110 - mads (05/03/2014) [-]
I didn't come onto this site to argue. And your point was absolutely redundant because it was a false equivalency. You didn't put forward any information
User avatar #112 - lolollo (05/03/2014) [-]
OK my turn.

Not it wasn't.
User avatar #113 - mads (05/03/2014) [-]
If you can't see the difference between a job and a relationship you really aren't worth it
User avatar #114 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
"It's obvious!"

Oh well I guess that settles it!
You are really bad at this, you realize...
User avatar #115 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
ok then

You can't force yourself to be in a healthy relationship with someone you don't naturally like. You can however force yourself to do a job you don't want to do.
I can't believe I had to point out the difference between a job and a relationship
User avatar #116 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
Then you've completely missed the point of the content. She talks about how she would like (like (I'm saying it twice so you don't gloss over it as I'm saying it.)) a man who exhibits a trait that the guy in the content said he exhibits. The point isn't that she's being pressured into liking a guy she doesn't like, the point is that by her own definition for f what she wants in a man, she should like the guy in the content. it tells us that she's either lying, or hopelessly ignorant.

Like, WBC in a natural history museum ignorant.
User avatar #117 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
or you know she doesn't like him. Did that ever enter your mind? that she has her own active thoughts?


You really have a problem with arguments online.
You have to win them don't you?
I am not going to argue a stupid fucking argument with you anymore because there is literally no point in trying anymore.
User avatar #118 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
It did cross my mind, but I then realised how stupid the reasoning was when I remembered that she had just told everyone that she would like someone who exhibited the quality he just established he had. The fact that you still don't get that is what's truly confusing. You can't say you like something, and then deny liking that something when an example of that something is shown to you. It's contradictive.
#25 - "No one treats me like x" "I treat you like… 05/02/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. -21
#24 - but my question is why should she have to? She doesn't want to…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/02/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. -5
#50 - inertgas (05/02/2014) [-]
And no one is saying she's evil either. Just blindsiding that dude. He is giving her what she wants, and while I can respect that she doesn't have any interest in him personally, she should at least acknowledge she wants a dude like him and that he has made an obvious effort to be kind to him.
User avatar #46 - Daeiros (05/02/2014) [-]
Because most of the time, when a girl says she wants a nice guy and she has a nice guy that she doesn't want, she is rejecting him for superficial reasons.

She is complaining because her shallow selection criteria for men is only yielding shallow men.
User avatar #26 - coleopterist (05/02/2014) [-]
Nobody ever said that she has to. Why are you so stuck on that? I wasn't addressing the "has to" part of your original comment. I was trying to make him look like less of an asshole by explaining that she has the kind of guy that she wants in her life already.
#20 - and? Does that mean she HAS to be with him?  [+] (18 new replies) 05/02/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. -20
User avatar #37 - lolollo (05/02/2014) [-]
"Man, I wish I had a job!"
"I'm willing to hire you for X job at X wage right now."
"Nooooo that's OK! Thanks though!"

It's because logic like that is fucking retarded, I don't care how many emotionally charged vocabulary words you falsely base your argument on.
User avatar #54 - mads (05/02/2014) [-]
That is a false equivilancy
User avatar #108 - lolollo (05/02/2014) [-]
Wow, you've convinced me, all from saying "You're wrong" and nothing else.

I can tell your high school debate team taught you well.

You're so good you don't even need a contrary argument, just the opinion...
User avatar #110 - mads (05/03/2014) [-]
I didn't come onto this site to argue. And your point was absolutely redundant because it was a false equivalency. You didn't put forward any information
User avatar #112 - lolollo (05/03/2014) [-]
OK my turn.

Not it wasn't.
User avatar #113 - mads (05/03/2014) [-]
If you can't see the difference between a job and a relationship you really aren't worth it
User avatar #114 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
"It's obvious!"

Oh well I guess that settles it!
You are really bad at this, you realize...
User avatar #115 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
ok then

You can't force yourself to be in a healthy relationship with someone you don't naturally like. You can however force yourself to do a job you don't want to do.
I can't believe I had to point out the difference between a job and a relationship
User avatar #116 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
Then you've completely missed the point of the content. She talks about how she would like (like (I'm saying it twice so you don't gloss over it as I'm saying it.)) a man who exhibits a trait that the guy in the content said he exhibits. The point isn't that she's being pressured into liking a guy she doesn't like, the point is that by her own definition for f what she wants in a man, she should like the guy in the content. it tells us that she's either lying, or hopelessly ignorant.

Like, WBC in a natural history museum ignorant.
User avatar #117 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
or you know she doesn't like him. Did that ever enter your mind? that she has her own active thoughts?


You really have a problem with arguments online.
You have to win them don't you?
I am not going to argue a stupid fucking argument with you anymore because there is literally no point in trying anymore.
User avatar #118 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
It did cross my mind, but I then realised how stupid the reasoning was when I remembered that she had just told everyone that she would like someone who exhibited the quality he just established he had. The fact that you still don't get that is what's truly confusing. You can't say you like something, and then deny liking that something when an example of that something is shown to you. It's contradictive.
#23 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/02/2014) [-]
No. But you seem to suck at reading comprehension.

Her - "No one treats me like X"

Guy - "I treat you like X"

Her - "Yeah, I wish someone would treat me like X"

Note the guy never said "Oh you should date me" or "You should instantly fall for me" or anything like that, the point is that she's saying she wants something she already has.
User avatar #25 - mads (05/02/2014) [-]
"No one treats me like x"
"I treat you like X"
"Yeah I want someone else who treats me like x"
instantly portrayed as a bad person. Also that list of things was VERY passive aggressive.
User avatar #22 - coleopterist (05/02/2014) [-]
It doesn't say anywhere that she has to. It wouldn't be bad to give it a try. That's what dating is, right? Experimenting so that you don't spend the rest of your life with somebody you can't stand.
User avatar #24 - mads (05/02/2014) [-]
but my question is why should she have to? She doesn't want to give it a try and instantly she is portrayed as this evil creative
#50 - inertgas (05/02/2014) [-]
And no one is saying she's evil either. Just blindsiding that dude. He is giving her what she wants, and while I can respect that she doesn't have any interest in him personally, she should at least acknowledge she wants a dude like him and that he has made an obvious effort to be kind to him.
User avatar #46 - Daeiros (05/02/2014) [-]
Because most of the time, when a girl says she wants a nice guy and she has a nice guy that she doesn't want, she is rejecting him for superficial reasons.

She is complaining because her shallow selection criteria for men is only yielding shallow men.
User avatar #26 - coleopterist (05/02/2014) [-]
Nobody ever said that she has to. Why are you so stuck on that? I wasn't addressing the "has to" part of your original comment. I was trying to make him look like less of an asshole by explaining that she has the kind of guy that she wants in her life already.
#16 - The friendzone was created by some guys because they saw thems… 05/02/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. +4
#15 - Right so because he did something good for someone she instant…  [+] (24 new replies) 05/02/2014 on An idea bathes in sunlight. -23
User avatar #19 - coleopterist (05/02/2014) [-]
It's just that she's basically saying she's ready to fall for a guy that treats her like that, and he actually does.
User avatar #90 - cryingchicken (05/02/2014) [-]
Okay I get what you're saying but, and here's the kicker, what if she's not attracted to him.
User avatar #119 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
You can't say that...that's shallow, and she's obviously looking to gain positive attention.
User avatar #120 - cryingchicken (05/04/2014) [-]
Human beings are shallow by nature. She shouldn't be forced to have a relationship with someone who she doesn't find attractive simply because he's nice to her. Would you go out with someone you didn't find attractive?
User avatar #121 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
1. I was being sarcastic.
2. I was referring more to the best idea that she's scrounging for positive attention when the truth is that she's the same shallow trash as everyone else.
User avatar #20 - mads (05/02/2014) [-]
and? Does that mean she HAS to be with him?
User avatar #37 - lolollo (05/02/2014) [-]
"Man, I wish I had a job!"
"I'm willing to hire you for X job at X wage right now."
"Nooooo that's OK! Thanks though!"

It's because logic like that is fucking retarded, I don't care how many emotionally charged vocabulary words you falsely base your argument on.
User avatar #54 - mads (05/02/2014) [-]
That is a false equivilancy
User avatar #108 - lolollo (05/02/2014) [-]
Wow, you've convinced me, all from saying "You're wrong" and nothing else.

I can tell your high school debate team taught you well.

You're so good you don't even need a contrary argument, just the opinion...
User avatar #110 - mads (05/03/2014) [-]
I didn't come onto this site to argue. And your point was absolutely redundant because it was a false equivalency. You didn't put forward any information
User avatar #112 - lolollo (05/03/2014) [-]
OK my turn.

Not it wasn't.
User avatar #113 - mads (05/03/2014) [-]
If you can't see the difference between a job and a relationship you really aren't worth it
User avatar #114 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
"It's obvious!"

Oh well I guess that settles it!
You are really bad at this, you realize...
User avatar #115 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
ok then

You can't force yourself to be in a healthy relationship with someone you don't naturally like. You can however force yourself to do a job you don't want to do.
I can't believe I had to point out the difference between a job and a relationship
User avatar #116 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
Then you've completely missed the point of the content. She talks about how she would like (like (I'm saying it twice so you don't gloss over it as I'm saying it.)) a man who exhibits a trait that the guy in the content said he exhibits. The point isn't that she's being pressured into liking a guy she doesn't like, the point is that by her own definition for f what she wants in a man, she should like the guy in the content. it tells us that she's either lying, or hopelessly ignorant.

Like, WBC in a natural history museum ignorant.
User avatar #117 - mads (05/04/2014) [-]
or you know she doesn't like him. Did that ever enter your mind? that she has her own active thoughts?


You really have a problem with arguments online.
You have to win them don't you?
I am not going to argue a stupid fucking argument with you anymore because there is literally no point in trying anymore.
User avatar #118 - lolollo (05/04/2014) [-]
It did cross my mind, but I then realised how stupid the reasoning was when I remembered that she had just told everyone that she would like someone who exhibited the quality he just established he had. The fact that you still don't get that is what's truly confusing. You can't say you like something, and then deny liking that something when an example of that something is shown to you. It's contradictive.
#23 - xxxsonic fanxxx (05/02/2014) [-]
No. But you seem to suck at reading comprehension.

Her - "No one treats me like X"

Guy - "I treat you like X"

Her - "Yeah, I wish someone would treat me like X"

Note the guy never said "Oh you should date me" or "You should instantly fall for me" or anything like that, the point is that she's saying she wants something she already has.
User avatar #25 - mads (05/02/2014) [-]
"No one treats me like x"
"I treat you like X"
"Yeah I want someone else who treats me like x"
instantly portrayed as a bad person. Also that list of things was VERY passive aggressive.
User avatar #22 - coleopterist (05/02/2014) [-]
It doesn't say anywhere that she has to. It wouldn't be bad to give it a try. That's what dating is, right? Experimenting so that you don't spend the rest of your life with somebody you can't stand.
User avatar #24 - mads (05/02/2014) [-]
but my question is why should she have to? She doesn't want to give it a try and instantly she is portrayed as this evil creative
#50 - inertgas (05/02/2014) [-]
And no one is saying she's evil either. Just blindsiding that dude. He is giving her what she wants, and while I can respect that she doesn't have any interest in him personally, she should at least acknowledge she wants a dude like him and that he has made an obvious effort to be kind to him.
User avatar #46 - Daeiros (05/02/2014) [-]
Because most of the time, when a girl says she wants a nice guy and she has a nice guy that she doesn't want, she is rejecting him for superficial reasons.

She is complaining because her shallow selection criteria for men is only yielding shallow men.
User avatar #26 - coleopterist (05/02/2014) [-]
Nobody ever said that she has to. Why are you so stuck on that? I wasn't addressing the "has to" part of your original comment. I was trying to make him look like less of an asshole by explaining that she has the kind of guy that she wants in her life already.
#88 - I get it. It was just an idea, a comment I posted on a websit… 04/30/2014 on Stay inside during a Storm +1
#86 - It was just a ******* idea, Calm your ****  [+] (1 new reply) 04/30/2014 on Stay inside during a Storm 0
#99 - sovereignty (04/30/2014) [-]
calm your shit
#83 - I meant the actual picture 04/30/2014 on Stay inside during a Storm 0
#17 - This video is ******* stupid yes. Racist? No. She…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/30/2014 on Guess who 0
User avatar #32 - animationhac (04/30/2014) [-]
A bunch of stupid kids call it racist when its not. You're right this isn't ruining her career and probably is strengthening it. Specially since Asians adore white people doing this type of shit more so even now. So they probably watch this and love it like you said. I don't doubt it.
#81 - This might be really soon after the shock. Like I would image …  [+] (7 new replies) 04/30/2014 on Stay inside during a Storm 0
User avatar #87 - Zydratejunkie (04/30/2014) [-]
But Lichtenberg figures aren't permanent. They only last about 48 hours. And the bruising would not have faded in that time span.
User avatar #88 - mads (04/30/2014) [-]
I get it. It was just an idea, a comment I posted on a website and then moved on.
#85 - pettdavids (04/30/2014) [-]
If it bruised like that on the outside, I can't imagine what kind of mess would be left of the organs. If on the outside so many blood vessels broke for such long distances, I think damage inside the body would be devastating
User avatar #86 - mads (04/30/2014) [-]
It was just a fucking idea, Calm your shit
#99 - sovereignty (04/30/2014) [-]
calm your shit
#82 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/30/2014) [-]
those aren't scars they disappear after a bit
User avatar #83 - mads (04/30/2014) [-]
I meant the actual picture
#116 - I was not spanked as a child. I now suffer from this thing cal… 04/30/2014 on How horrible -5
#136 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 04/30/2014 on Scared of Oceans? +8
#149 - sdeco (04/30/2014) [-]
#110 - This is why I have so much respect for Joss Stone, if you don'… 04/27/2014 on autotune 0
#107 - It wasn't the music that went bad. It was the industry. They k…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/27/2014 on autotune +1
User avatar #108 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Agreed.

Times have really changed.

Probably a good example of this would be the whole Rebecca Black controversy...that whole thing wasn't exactly her fault, more or less the company telling her she needs to do this.
User avatar #110 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
This is why I have so much respect for Joss Stone, if you don't know who she is she's a british soul singer, she started when she was 13. Recently she had a conflict with her label because they wouldn't let her perform or write what she wanted. She fought her contract and now is labeless, but she is still invited to massive tours across the world. But not everyone can do that.
#98 - As well as that. Has anyone ever actually heard 80s pop music.…  [+] (4 new replies) 04/27/2014 on autotune 0
User avatar #104 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
I don't necessarily think its the methods that went bad, just a lot of the song writing went kind of stale.

Atleast that's my opinion. But you're right, 80's was similar in the sense of electronics being used in the music.
User avatar #107 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
It wasn't the music that went bad. It was the industry. They kind of stop some artists from being themselves because it won't sell to a market. I mean people at the top like Gaga and Beyonce have power because they already have a strong and devout audience. But people who are just starting and just getting signed don't really have a choice in what they want to do. For example Kesha came out of re-hab recently and she went in there because she had an eating disorder because her label made her change her body. Luckily she has beat her contract and left to do her own thing. It's more to do with what the label want than the performer.
User avatar #108 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Agreed.

Times have really changed.

Probably a good example of this would be the whole Rebecca Black controversy...that whole thing wasn't exactly her fault, more or less the company telling her she needs to do this.
User avatar #110 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
This is why I have so much respect for Joss Stone, if you don't know who she is she's a british soul singer, she started when she was 13. Recently she had a conflict with her label because they wouldn't let her perform or write what she wanted. She fought her contract and now is labeless, but she is still invited to massive tours across the world. But not everyone can do that.
#92 - She has an amazing voice she just never really used to use it.…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/27/2014 on autotune 0
User avatar #97 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Which I think goes back to your point autotune is starting to become a dying feature in the industry.
User avatar #98 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
As well as that. Has anyone ever actually heard 80s pop music. None of that is natural sound but everyone was ok with that.
User avatar #104 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
I don't necessarily think its the methods that went bad, just a lot of the song writing went kind of stale.

Atleast that's my opinion. But you're right, 80's was similar in the sense of electronics being used in the music.
User avatar #107 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
It wasn't the music that went bad. It was the industry. They kind of stop some artists from being themselves because it won't sell to a market. I mean people at the top like Gaga and Beyonce have power because they already have a strong and devout audience. But people who are just starting and just getting signed don't really have a choice in what they want to do. For example Kesha came out of re-hab recently and she went in there because she had an eating disorder because her label made her change her body. Luckily she has beat her contract and left to do her own thing. It's more to do with what the label want than the performer.
User avatar #108 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Agreed.

Times have really changed.

Probably a good example of this would be the whole Rebecca Black controversy...that whole thing wasn't exactly her fault, more or less the company telling her she needs to do this.
User avatar #110 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
This is why I have so much respect for Joss Stone, if you don't know who she is she's a british soul singer, she started when she was 13. Recently she had a conflict with her label because they wouldn't let her perform or write what she wanted. She fought her contract and now is labeless, but she is still invited to massive tours across the world. But not everyone can do that.
#70 - It kinda does and it kinda doesn't. Yeah it allows everyone to… 04/27/2014 on autotune 0
#69 - ok Lady Gaga - Beyonce - Patrick stump - Jos…  [+] (11 new replies) 04/27/2014 on autotune +18
#237 - deezknuts (04/27/2014) [-]
fuckin graped
#225 - mindfeeder (04/27/2014) [-]
Michael Bubble.
User avatar #103 - magnuskasparov (04/27/2014) [-]
wow this is rape with facts
User avatar #91 - misterobotunicorn (04/27/2014) [-]
Wow. that first link. I actually already liked Lady Gaga's music now after i saw this, i have much more respect to her.
User avatar #92 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
She has an amazing voice she just never really used to use it. In her newer stuff she uses it more. They are all really great singers
User avatar #97 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Which I think goes back to your point autotune is starting to become a dying feature in the industry.
User avatar #98 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
As well as that. Has anyone ever actually heard 80s pop music. None of that is natural sound but everyone was ok with that.
User avatar #104 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
I don't necessarily think its the methods that went bad, just a lot of the song writing went kind of stale.

Atleast that's my opinion. But you're right, 80's was similar in the sense of electronics being used in the music.
User avatar #107 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
It wasn't the music that went bad. It was the industry. They kind of stop some artists from being themselves because it won't sell to a market. I mean people at the top like Gaga and Beyonce have power because they already have a strong and devout audience. But people who are just starting and just getting signed don't really have a choice in what they want to do. For example Kesha came out of re-hab recently and she went in there because she had an eating disorder because her label made her change her body. Luckily she has beat her contract and left to do her own thing. It's more to do with what the label want than the performer.
User avatar #108 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Agreed.

Times have really changed.

Probably a good example of this would be the whole Rebecca Black controversy...that whole thing wasn't exactly her fault, more or less the company telling her she needs to do this.
User avatar #110 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
This is why I have so much respect for Joss Stone, if you don't know who she is she's a british soul singer, she started when she was 13. Recently she had a conflict with her label because they wouldn't let her perform or write what she wanted. She fought her contract and now is labeless, but she is still invited to massive tours across the world. But not everyone can do that.
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User avatar #62 - allennis (04/26/2014) [-]
It's the fact that autotune has even allowed ANY talent-less people to reach the top of the charts.
User avatar #70 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
It kinda does and it kinda doesn't. Yeah it allows everyone to sound good but you don't sound GREAT. and people have started to look for GREAT. For example, the voice, does this very well. people are starting to become more and more iffy toward autotune and it's being used less and less.
#61 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/26/2014) [-]
Auto-tune isn't always ridiculous T-Pain levels.
99% of those artists use auto-tune.
#237 - deezknuts (04/27/2014) [-]
fuckin graped
#225 - mindfeeder (04/27/2014) [-]
Michael Bubble.
User avatar #103 - magnuskasparov (04/27/2014) [-]
wow this is rape with facts
User avatar #91 - misterobotunicorn (04/27/2014) [-]
Wow. that first link. I actually already liked Lady Gaga's music now after i saw this, i have much more respect to her.
User avatar #92 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
She has an amazing voice she just never really used to use it. In her newer stuff she uses it more. They are all really great singers
User avatar #97 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Which I think goes back to your point autotune is starting to become a dying feature in the industry.
User avatar #98 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
As well as that. Has anyone ever actually heard 80s pop music. None of that is natural sound but everyone was ok with that.
User avatar #104 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
I don't necessarily think its the methods that went bad, just a lot of the song writing went kind of stale.

Atleast that's my opinion. But you're right, 80's was similar in the sense of electronics being used in the music.
User avatar #107 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
It wasn't the music that went bad. It was the industry. They kind of stop some artists from being themselves because it won't sell to a market. I mean people at the top like Gaga and Beyonce have power because they already have a strong and devout audience. But people who are just starting and just getting signed don't really have a choice in what they want to do. For example Kesha came out of re-hab recently and she went in there because she had an eating disorder because her label made her change her body. Luckily she has beat her contract and left to do her own thing. It's more to do with what the label want than the performer.
User avatar #108 - thatoneiranianguy (04/27/2014) [-]
Agreed.

Times have really changed.

Probably a good example of this would be the whole Rebecca Black controversy...that whole thing wasn't exactly her fault, more or less the company telling her she needs to do this.
User avatar #110 - mads (04/27/2014) [-]
This is why I have so much respect for Joss Stone, if you don't know who she is she's a british soul singer, she started when she was 13. Recently she had a conflict with her label because they wouldn't let her perform or write what she wanted. She fought her contract and now is labeless, but she is still invited to massive tours across the world. But not everyone can do that.
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#177 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/26/2014) [-]
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User avatar #17 - alexclement (08/01/2013) [-]
Do you want your FJ points? Only use is in items game and you don't play.
User avatar #18 to #17 - mads ONLINE (08/01/2013) [-]
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User avatar #8 to #7 - mads ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
hi
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User avatar #10 to #9 - mads ONLINE (07/29/2013) [-]
Not much.

And well kind of. They are making it so you have to opt in to view porn by ticking a box on the internet provider. If you don't then you have to have a block on all porn.
They are also putting more of a lock on child porn, which is brilliant and they are making all images or rape/implied rape/simulated rape illegal.
It's ******* annoying about the normal porn because it's basically because he doesn't want to be a parent and teach his child about porn and internet culture so he would rather blame everyone else. And by he I mean David Cameron our PM
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User avatar #12 to #11 - mads ONLINE (07/30/2013) [-]
It's still 'great'. It's just our cunting PM at the moment. I am guessing that is changeing next general elections
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User avatar #14 to #13 - mads ONLINE (07/30/2013) [-]
Wait I didn't know Dane's didn't like the british royal family. I know a lot of British people don't, the french don't, the irish don't, germans don't. Actually I think the only country that actually loves them are the Americans.
But why don't the danes like them?
I mean I only like a few of them, but that's more to do with their personalities than their royal status
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User avatar #16 to #15 - mads ONLINE (07/30/2013) [-]
Yeah I never understood why everyone else calls Liz 2 'The Queen'. The only reason I can think of is that the british empire ruled like 80% of the world at one point so she literally was 'The Queen' but I don't know why it stuck for so long.
User avatar #5 - ihasapie (01/29/2012) [-]

that is one letter
#4 - Lawlor (01/07/2012) [-]
Hi, just want to say, I didn't mean to sound aggressive on your post about Doctor Who.

I just wanted to make it clear that MLP has done the same thing, as far as value's are concerned.

Doctor Who is an amazing show, and if you prefer it, I won't argue against that.
And if you prefer it to MLP, or just straight up don't like MLP, again, that's fine, your opinion.

I just wanted get my opinion out, too.
Most of us there weren't really being aggressive, we just wanted to get our point across.

Sorry if it looked different.
And also, thanks for not really being a hater.
You were pretty calm, with the gay community on your page.
User avatar #1 - limey (02/25/2011) [-]
hi
is your name nick lowe?
User avatar #2 to #1 - mads ONLINE (02/25/2011) [-]
no mate sorry
User avatar #3 to #2 - limey (02/25/2011) [-]
i thought cos' of your post about blades of glory, my friend nick loves that movie lol,
no worries,
thanks,
:)
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