I’m teaching your son about the universe by shining a light into his room
When I was 16 years old, I became a member of a popular online remix community, primarily doing competitions. The majority of what I understand about audio production came from that commercially competitive atmosphere. When I was 20 I uploaded a teaser of a remix. The mix was the most solid I had ever done at the time, levels perfect, and the composition was quite sound, but instead of a normal teaser, I layered a hefty number of fart samples over this 15 second clip. The primary administrator (who was a remix artist as well, and thought he was hot shit) got on my case, saying that I disgraced someone’s work, assuming I hadn’t the skills to have made what was layered underneath the choir of butt holes. I didn’t bother to tell him it was mine, instead I came up with a grand plan to piss him off.
I created a secondary account where I would pretend to be an unintelligent, cocky 13 year old, who was shit at remixing. I would give him condescending advise on how to make music, using deplorable grammar and remixes made of septic leavings to further drive home the point that a 13 year old dumbfuck kid was telling him how to make his art.
IT GETS BETTER!!!!
I would go back to my primary account and message him things like, “WOW, that punk ass kid must really get under your skin” or “He made you look like a bitch publicly, how embarrassing”. He lost his mind over countless arguments on the dumbest things with this “kid”.
I’ve only ever received one private message to my secondary profile, It read, “This has to be the greatest troll of all time.”
Lesson #1: Don’t be an ass. Looking back, he wasn’t really a bad guy, and I took things way too far. Going out of your way to upset people for personal enjoyment is absolutely wrong.
Lesson #2: Don’t tell me not to fart on my music, douche.
8BitLA and Art Share - LA Present: 8-Bit Battle Royale!
“Giant monsters have made their way up from a rift on the Pacific Ocean’s floor and are now wreaking havoc on the streets of Los Angeles! It is now up to a rag tag team of Chiptune bands to strike back and send those monsters back to the earth’s core!”
Brace yourselves for the most tectonic event of the summer as chip artists from around the west team up with some of LA’s best to battle monsters from the deep via “Amp Co-Op”!
Wizwars (LA) with Buried for a Day! (AZ)
Here Between You Me (LA) with Chalkboards! (TX)
Cyclops Rock (LA) with Slime Girls! (San Juan Bautista [a.k.a.: Anime], CA)
1000 Needles (LA) with Crashfaster! (SF)
Visuals and monster manipulation provided by the illustrious VJ Tim Abad!
Additional visuals by VJ Franz K.
Monster art provided by ULTRANIMBUS
$10 / All Ages
A dope new instrumental prog album that came out yesterday, check it
|—||Fight Club (1999)|
I’m convinced you’re my brother.
There are billions of us here just bumping into each other, and all the while that cynical hunk of meat behind our eyes is blaming everyone else for why we hate ourselves. We look over our shoulders at everyone else thinking “look at these asshole. I’m nothing like them.” But we are. We’re made of…
let me get some fries with dat
Your crying made me miss my favorite part.