One more reason why we write wrongly

Some may have noticed that i don’t capitalize the “i” when reffering to myself, this is, most likely, a bullshit reason, but you know, this site is already a trainwreck of intelectual justifications to basic shit, so, why the fuck not?

Once, there was a twenty one pilots interview (I reallly can’t find that link, yo! If someone has it, please!) that they stated that their album: twenty|one|pilots was named like that just because they didn’t wanted to feel like any more different nor important than others, that writing like that helped them keep humble and proud of their origins: small shows in their colleges and Columbus.

And, believe it or not, that is exactly the message that we try to express: i ain’t different from you, i am not any better just because i know how to arrange a few lines of text, matter fact, i can’t even write properly in my own language (Which sucks, by the way!), and, therefore, we won’t capitalize our Is, because i am not superior to you

 

This post is actually a follow up, check the first one! Yes, this is a order, marjor!

About the anarchy in our website

I didn’t want to put a date onto any changes in this blog, nevertheless, I have a date: after the task with the class (apparently there will be one).

  • The visuals will change a lot
  • The posts may be a bit more casual
  • Only gorduuufake will make any change in this

Numa numa, covered LNC

Okay, this Thursday, This website/blog or whatever you want to call it was presented to a room with around 26 people, it went pretty much as expected, a trainwreck, but, we managed to play three of the intended songs (out of the four), one which was actually sang by one of our members: Numa Numa.

And why is that important? Us, readers weren’t at this room and didn’t see the presentation! The thing is: The late night crew, that streams every Saturday at 11pm eastern time, played this same song, and believe it or not, they sang it too! That coincidence is far too big to not be mentioned, check the vod:

Such a weird coincidence

(If you live in Brazil, you actually need to activate your VPN, because you know, copyright)

An incredibly long list

Okay, if you consider some of our posts true, you may agree that our actions are a reflection of our education, environment and entertainment, given that, if you actually look into every individual, a great part of those modeling factors were sounds, and a lot of those sounds were or will be music! So, theoretically, you can deduce a person’s music taste by living a time with them, or even read a move of a person by only analysing his/her/them music playlist in the moment, or even every action, by only seeing the list of music genres that that person listens to.

Now, let’s cut to the chase! Can you deduce what kind of person listens to this kind of noise? Check this list:

  • Pop
  • ????
  • 8-bit
  • Bass
  • Acoustic
  • 148
  • Chill Dubstep
  • Grime
  • Grimestep
  • Epic Dubstep
  • Epic music
  • Dubstep
  • Cover
  • Elektro funk
  • Dance
  • Dance & Electro
  • Brostep
  • Breaks
  • Blue
  • Comedy
  • Complextro
  • Country
  • Dancecore
  • Drum & Bass
  • Drums
  • Drumcore
  • Jdrumstep
  • Hip hop
  • Rap
  • Horrorcore
  • Glitch hop
  • House
  • Hype Music
  • Ambiance
  • Extratone 
  • 8-bit
  • Jazz
  • Indie
  • Indie Dance
  • Indietronica
  • Lolicore
  • Norwegian Metal
  • Metal
  • Orchestral
  • [Other]
  • Brazilian Funk
  • Funk
  • Games’ OSTs
  • Easy listening
  • Extratone
  • Gore
  • Gorestep
  • Gorecore
  • Jgore
  • Trap
  • Drumstep
  • EDM (Does this count)
  • Carnival bass
  • Eletro
  • Pop
  • Pop Rock
  • Pop Punk
  • Psy
  • Psy dance
  • Psy trance
  • Psy Arance
  • Psy Erance
  • Goa Trance
  • R&B
  • Rap (Did i already put this?)
  • Nu disco
  • Reggae
  • Rock
  • Alternative
  • Schizophrenic Pop
  • Score
  • Soundtracks
  • European Rap
  • Anime
  • Cumstep
  • Pornstep (Which i consider the same as Cumstep)
  • BMG

So, can you guess it?