Oh I absolutely love this first song you've posted.
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It needs more spice but in the likes of pedos, racists and misogynists!
Won't Reddit be angry if we steal their users though
You do know we're both about to get banned right? lol
Can't imagine why.
I thought the forum needed more spice?
If anything, we should be thanked with a yearlong allkill for our service.
Johnny, bud, I'll also accept cash.
Actual cash, don't give me any of that bitcoin bullshit I know you're probably hoarding.
The bans here because the small pp havers got salty
"Free speech!!! .. no, not like that"
The only thing more pathetic than Elon Musk rn is a certain forum admin cosplaying as him.
At least there's some lols to be had if you can get over the cringe ig.
I'mma need some water cuz the salt content in this thread got me dehydrated
I can't live without them.
The whole album really.
Aren't nerds supposed to be smart
Xenoblade Chronicles 3.
My first reaction from another forum:Quote
My immediate take is that the raw material on here blows CTRL out of the water, but like a whole bunch of albums this year, it sounds like a random clutch of too many songs thrown together with no particular thought.
The real wage is the friends they make on the way
Japan has a very insular mindset when it comes to their cultural content. Anime becoming popular in the West was more of an accident than a deliberate attempt.
Nintendo are anomalous in their global mindset. Sony's videogame business isn't even Japanese anymore. I think it says a lot that Sony didn't seem to believe it could run an international videogame company in Japan, with Japanese staff. But they believe that Japanese staff can create internationally purchased cameras and televisions and whatever.
I mean, maybe the reason anime became so big is once again because Nintendo are an atypical Japanese company and therefore Pokémon happened. Idk.
HOWEVER, i felt a chill crawling up my spine while watching the videos from the KBS Gayo yesterday. An uneasy feeling, a whisper of something terrible barreling towards us, threatening to destroy all of Kpop as we know it.
IU's releasing another album?
I'm not feeling it.
It was always the case that there was a lot of really bad music you had to dig through to find the gems, but at least those gems were idiosyncratic, you wouldn't be able to find a song like Sherlock outside of kpop.
Now that doesn't seem to be the case anymore. Like, I really loved J-Hope's album this year, but that's probably BECAUSE it didn't sound like "k-pop".
The stereotypical k-pop tropes of the moment are more annoying than they ever have been ("antitititi"). And even when they're dropped, it feels like you're getting something dredged from the back of a western songwriter's fridge and warmed up a lukewarm temp. It's leftovers.
There are exceptions obviously, but looking at my favourite music this year, kpop barely makes a dent.
actually now that I think on it if everyone wants to short bbc, that is collectively saying "oh I'd think that bbc is declining, and then that in turn goes on to have a negative outlook on BBC stock which will then decline the stocks by a bit.
Tweets can lose a company a cool million via stock valuation, so why not actual stock actions themselves?
Small short positions are not normally disclosed, and so can't ferment fear. I don't know what the disclosure requirements are though. If you do go around saying "hi my name is Grimes and I have put a gigantic short on Blockberry Creative because I'm a Loona stan", you once again get into market manipulation trouble. Speaking of.
ehhh not really. Pump and dump gets people to buy based on false promises of security and growth or directly inflates stock prices based on massive buying of the stocks.
Isn't that what we're talking about.
In any case, what we're talking about is still illegal, even if you can evade detection by gradually upticking the stock or by buying and disclosing massive short positions. The fact of having the conversation: "Hey lets manipulate this stock so that we can crash it" is in itself criminal were it to happen.
Shorting is betting on that the value of the company will decrease on its own.
You might want to try something a bit more concrete like rug-pulling
(slowly accumulate BBC stock and then sell all at once)
Possibly considered an illegal pump & dump.
Shorting stock doesn't inherently decrease its value.
I obviously don't know anything about the Korean legal system, but I doubt there is any legislated minimum rate for royalties and the like.
So yes, it's probably possible.
Explains Armedryu 's music taste