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  1. Literally made me laugh in an embarrassing situation at work: thank you, good sir.
  2. Or just don’t reproduce. Save everyone the fucking trouble: that bitch of a mother, that innocent fucker who didn’t give consent to exist, and the assholes in the park who were disturbed enough to document this farcical tragedy of earthly plight.
  3. Also, rednecks are not just localized in one part of this country. In my experience (including 8 years in central new york, 8 years in florida, 10 years in the midwest, and lots of time scattered throughout), there is a background radiation of redneckhood permeating this whole country. The "we're from NY" excuse is fucking dumb.
  4. ...if they ever received any real education in the first place.
  5. Sorry, man. Gut churning stuff just to hear about. I hope he felt like a piece of shit after you talked to him. He ought to.
  6. This shit with Cucker Tarlson telling his viewers to "politely but firmly" "ask" people wearing masks to take them off because it is making them uncomfortable seriously has me worried. These fucking 'necks around where I live will act on his suggestions. Such a stupid thing to incite zombie illiterate morons to do: pick fights over something that has nothing to do with you personally. This is going to play out terribly.
  7. Clearer footage here:
  8. Or, it could be that the big take-away here is that caring about shit like this doesn't matter, and that we should each go on to make our own things, find other new cool things, study the natural world, think about what we really value, etc., and not hold our breath for their output. It's all a matter of perspective, I suppose. Also, if you've come to boc fandom expecting timeliness, I'm afraid you've come to the wrong place. Doesn't matter what they said: anyone who's worked on large-scale projects that they really care about knows that projected timelines for intermediate goal-setting
  9. Yes, I'm sorry to say that as a fan of both Clark and Deustche Grammophon (I've been a pretty casual collector of their output that I find at thrift stores for about 20 years, with my all-time favorite prize being the "Young Person's Guide to the Orchestra: Peter and the Wolf (Benjamin Britten)" cassette), this is not working for me. I'm going to try to revisit it with a fresh lens in a few days, hopefully I'll be able to see what he's referring to in that interview, but I didn't really find it very welcoming, to be honest.
  10. I give pitchfork a 0.01 the equivalent of a one cent tip.
  11. Dude, they're never coming out again. I can't imagine the volume of psycho shit they probably receive from whack-jobs who think they're satanists. I just discovered that the "Seniarz" guy on youtube who uploaded some live boc stuff years ago has now disavowed his appreciation of their work because he just now discovered that they are satanists. Give me a fucking break. I can't believe people, actual grown-ass adults, still believe in religion, a big Sky Daddy who will give you the greatest present of all if you just behave, let alone what's even fucking stupider in the belief in a Devil and th
  12. Late to the party, sorry. I found the dlps because (iirc) back when the Japanese exclusive track on "the campfire headphase" was available, someone pointed out that the sounds toward the middle of the track sounded like Basinski. So I checked it out and learned about the origins of the loops, and thought that his was some artist's right to make art in horrific circumstances when lots of people thought the world was coming to an end (there was much hysteria, but it's really understandable in context), and all that doesn't really strike me as objectionable at all. I don't get the outrage e
  13. apriorion

    afx nft

    Yes, I'm going to betray my ignorance here, but I worry there's some kind of conceptual confusion: how can an abstract object (a collection of ones and zeroes) be an "edition of 1", exactly? Physical objects come in editions because they are finite, spatiotemporally bounded things that can stand in causal relations with other physical objects (they can be burned, torn, crumpled, etc.). Abstract objects are the opposite of these things. Does the number 2 come in an edition of 1 also? I suppose there are annoying related questions concern intellectual property rights here: I suppose
  14. There's something kinda offputting about a high-profile group announcing retirement/breakup. Just fucking do it without the performative declaration, for fuck's sake. It's like they want to fake their own death so they can attend their funeral or something, kick back and listen to all the eulogies. Gross. If you're going to quit something, just up and quit and don't even make a show about it--let the world figure it out that you're done. That's always an option, so the fact that they made the announcement makes it seem that they want all the sobs to fuel their fucking egos.
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