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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by Smith1776 » Fri Mar 20, 2020 4:12 pm

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O0 She's too much, my friend.
OMG, yes, Yumi Nagashima!

I met her at an open mic gig a couple months ago at a bar in Vancouver called 12 Kings Pub.

She is HILARIOUS. She has an endearing accent and uses it well. She does this bit about how her voice makes people think she's an android, and she just rolls with it lol.
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by dualstow » Fri Mar 20, 2020 4:15 pm

You met her? Cool! It's so great how she covers her mouth to smile (a common thing), but says crazy things first (uncommon per the stereotype).
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There's this very disturbing set of studies where about half the articles printed in Science and Nature magazines, the two leading publications, involved experiments that could not be repeated by anybody.
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by dualstow » Mon Mar 23, 2020 4:17 pm

Here's to stir craziness

https://youtu.be/UxCss59SmkY
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by Hal » Mon Mar 23, 2020 4:33 pm

Following on the craziness theme, this old Twilight Zone seemed appropriate.

https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6gmgnb

Plus I love the Hedgeye cartoons

https://www.google.com/search?channel=m ... 40&bih=837
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by dualstow » Wed Mar 25, 2020 8:53 am

You probably saw it last week, but for posterity:
https://youtu.be/4S2v3DMnb10

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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by Kriegsspiel » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:21 am

It is (arguably) better that SJW types have switched from being improper grammar-Nazis, "OMG, did you hear that guy call Fern a 'she' when Fern prefers 'they' since they is non-gender identified?! I'm gonna call him a white nationalist on Twitter!"

to being public health-Nazis with their social distancing obsession, "OMG did you see how close they were standing?! They could kill somebody! I'm gonna take a picture and put it on Twitter!"
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by dualstow » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:29 am

Hey, those are pronoun-nazis. Get it right. O0
I’m a grammar nazi. I should know.
Damn pronoun nazis.
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by Kriegsspiel » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:31 am

:-X yes that's what I meant to say.
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by Kriegsspiel » Wed Mar 25, 2020 8:20 pm

Atreyu - Remembrance Ballad

These days are closing in
Because the end's become apparent
We're only here for so long
Will anyone remember my name
When time has washed away the dust of our ashes
When my head rests in a velvet lined casket
What's out there?
What is my eternal fate?
And it only just recently hit me
That this life is just a state
Mortality fading, like the innocence of love
I'm scared to death of what's to become

Of my immortal soul, of this eternal flame
Will you remember?
Will your heart sing with pain?
Who calls out my name
And tell me what happens?
When my eyes close for the last time
Does it all simply end in a blanket of darkness
And what of my soul, what of my soul?

All those things that you couldn't say
You should've said
All those I-love-you's lost
Weighed more like lead on your chest

All those things that you couldn't say
You should've said
All those I-love-you's lost
Weighed more like lead on your chest, what of

If I could take back all those misspent days
Every second of anger, I would wash my sins away
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by Kriegsspiel » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:04 pm

Saboton has a bunch of songs about the Great War.

The Attack Of The Dead Men - About the Ostfront, site of the first gas weapon deployment
In Flanders Fields
82nd All The Way - An ode to Alvin York
Fields of Verdun
The Red Baron
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Re: YouTube Junkie

Post by Kriegsspiel » Wed Mar 25, 2020 9:42 pm

There's this very disturbing set of studies where about half the articles printed in Science and Nature magazines, the two leading publications, involved experiments that could not be repeated by anybody.
- Peter Thiel
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