Are bass guitars really necessary? Couldn’t you get the same sound out if two guitars?

lavenderharmony:

heylasfas:

p1kenobi:

temporalwalker:

whitetail-music:

cyrilthewolf:

No.

No.

No.

No.

Are guitars really necessary?

Couldn’t you get the same sound out of two Basses?

Are instruments really ness necessary?

Couldn’t you get the same sound out of Massive?

Are synths even necessary? Can’t you just use your mouth?

(Source: alpha-brony)

odysseyeurobeat:

OH MY GOD

Two of my worlds just collided.  Shame there are no subs.

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starsinautumn:

griffinilla:

I recently listened to this guy’s 5-part criticism of Bioshock Infinite, and it was very enjoyable and impressive. I highly recommend it! I never realized just how mind-bogglingly terrible that game’s story is. This is a great listen.

I agree there were…

Haha, I’ll take up this challenge of defending the game.  I’ll only touch upon a few things right now.  I’ve only watched 2 parts and I’m tired. 

I want to clarify that I’m not defending the game entirely.  I realize it’s got a large amount of flaws if one thinks about it for too long.  I’m just defending the contention that the game isn’t the “worst story ever” as the video’s author suggests.  

First, Booker is an idiot for the most part.  His life of vice and misery has driven him to an existence where he can’t really comprehend what’s going on.  Elizabeth was young.  For most of her life she believed tears were just magical doorways and didn’t comprehend the multiverse.  So it makes sense that they’d still be trying to get the gunsmith back.  They have no clue what’s going on and don’t realize the futility of their endeavors.

I agree that the story fails to address why Elizabeth doesn’t just portal out of the tower rather than trouble herself by learning lock picking and trying to escape.  Maybe by this time the machine finally kicked in and prevented her from opening new tears (before she would always come back).  I also agree it’s silly that she turned out well-adjusted for living nearly her whole life in a tower.  

In terms of Elizabeth committing suicide by killing Dewitt.  She didn’t do this because she wanted Comstock dead.  She did it because she wanted herself dead.  She wanted to end every thread where she existed because she hated her power.  Every world she travels to would result in tears opening up.  People become so brain damaged they are better off dead since Elizabeth is dragging other people’s deaths through with her every time she jumps to a new world.  She literally has no safe world to live in that wouldn’t cause everything to be fucked up (with maybe the exception of her own world.  I don’t know why she didn’t jump there).

In terms of justifying the city’s existence in other worlds, we can assume that world played out exactly the same as previous worlds.  A Lutece built them.  We can assume these worlds are almost completely identical with the exception of Elizabeth’s wish.  The world might change in unexpected ways to fulfill this wish, but they don’t have to be completely different.

I don’t understand why it bugs people that nationalism took a back seat.  We get the theme, we get the point.  We don’t need a game that really drives it home on how extreme nationalism is bad.  We get it.  The game portrays it fine.  The racism, the revolution, etc.  These are enough.  The real theme isn’t about nationalism or racism. 

Anyways, Jesus.  That’s a lot.  I’ll reply tomorrow night if you care to carry this on.

griffinilla:

I recently listened to this guy’s 5-part criticism of Bioshock Infinite, and it was very enjoyable and impressive. I highly recommend it! I never realized just how mind-bogglingly terrible that game’s story is. This is a great listen.

I agree there were some flaws.  However, the narrative explains that Elizabeth cannot open near tears.  She can only expand on existing tears she can see (ones that exist because either Elizabeth exists in two worlds or because the Lutece twins dicked around too much).

Okay, I’m feeling better that I was yesterday.

I still don’t have a breakdown, but I think I might have a concept FOR a breakdown.  That and I redid most of the beginning of the song.   

And I bought myself a kick sample pack to make me happy.  

What an asshole.  I hear he’s writing another spoiler-ridden book as well.  Luckily it’ll take him another five years at least before he finishes it.

What an asshole.  I hear he’s writing another spoiler-ridden book as well.  Luckily it’ll take him another five years at least before he finishes it.

(Source: thehardkandy, via balladoftarby)

POST IT FAGGOT

Too late, I deleted it forever.  You’ll never hear it.  I now have the satisfaction of leaving you unfulfilled.  

However, when I end up with something nice, I’ll show ya.

wibbly-wobbly-blogging:

kurwah:

FMA AU in which every time Ed or Al say “brother” it’s replaced with “bruh”

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"BRUH"

It would of rendered it unwatchable.

(via raikissu)

Hazem Beltagui did a mashup of his “We Are” and OceanLab’s “Satellite”  It sounds really good.

Also, free download if you like mashups.

fivetail:

http://poniesforparents.tumblr.com/post/83522791511/a-word-about-bronies

OP literally made up a sexual assault and failed abduction story about an eleven year old girl for the sake of getting notes for anti-brony hate, and regardless of how you feel about bronies, that’s fucking…