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  • Finraz

    hello. i troll you nao

    18 fév. 2013 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    "I was just wondering because I was wondering" That's a bit redundant, haha.

    22 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    I was just wondering because I was wondering if it was the taste of the people who listen to you MOST. Like since you scrobble your own music I wondered if it took the artists you listen to more than others, because you have scrobbled more than others. Because I was considering Scrobbling my own music really intensely if it would be reflected in the similar artists.

    22 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    well from what I know it's based on your listeners and what they listen to, and how many listeners you have. Because when I first had similar artists one of the bands listed there was Heroin, a pretty cool hardcore band, and now it's changed to really underground foreign screamo from what I can tell, and I only have folk punk covers up right now.

    22 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    I'll gladly to listen to your music & comment.

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    Eh, not at all. I'm not sure how Last.fm produced that list. I wish it would go away, but this is fingerstyle guitar. ;-/

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    Are the artists in your similar artists ones you're influenced by or anything?

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    I see, I'll be sure to listen to it. I love emo and punk in general. If my music scene wasn't garbage I'd try and get something going. But I do have a solo project, you're welcome to leave pointless comments there :) I would actually enjoy your criticism, once I get something that isn't a cover up.

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    I'm thinking the "Memorable Remembers (Kafke Version. ..." has that vibe. It should be the only one tagged as this, while the album's collected tags might imply they all fit that description, that was not my intention.

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    I agree, In fact, everything I said was essentially pointless. Like, I had no reason to continually defend my comments, other than making you angry. I'm not sure, but it should be obvious enough that each comment was scrambling, like bringing up the age thing. So I can see it for myself, I just chose not to I guess. I would promise not to make daft comments from this point on, unless they're about like... Justin Bieber. But I'm sure I will again, just not intentionally. The more I think about all this the more foolish I feel, I really don't often do things like all that below. So, again, I apologize. also, I love Cap'n Jazz. Oh yeah, that brings me to a question I've been meaning to ask you, I can't think of how to phrase it, I guess I'm wondering the reasoning behind a few of your tracks being tagged as emo?

    21 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    By putting this music here, I am not exactly requesting reviews. But if I were, what you said would not count as a review. Just like how that professor's recommendation doesn't count as a recommendation, regardless of whether it makes me look like a decent philosopher or otherwise.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    (Why can't you see any of this for yourself?) I get it that you're sixteen, but you cannot be this dense. I mean, you listen to Cap'N Jazz, heaven's sake. You _cannot_ be that dense. Let me put it in simple terms. As a philosopher once put your offense in very concrete terms. Say that I request a recommendation from a professor for a grant to write academic papers. That professor writes something brief which says, more or less, "He's always prompt to class." In this case, I'm clearly asking for a recommendation _about my work as a philosopher_. That said, while I may be an awful philosopher, that professor has still committed an offense that strikes at a chord not related to my work as a philosopher, it strikes at one of personal style, decorum, etc. And what's more, the professor has given himself to a logical error since by his words, he has failed to satisfy my request.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    That said, surely if a comment is to be labelled "criticism," it should certainly bear features of saying "just enough" to count as a substantial idea. And, all the same, it must be relevant. Your comment fails on both counts, and may even fail on others. It says almost nothing, as an idea and as a set of words. And with your second comment, the idea of its relevance comes into question since _generally_ people come here to talk about the music experience they've just had. And, no less, as my first poster, you didn't even do that. So you posted an ambiguous comment (quantity) if we assume it's about the music. But then, the idea that the comment is very likely only directed at the bio strikes up the issue of its relevance to the point of being here at all. You noted this yourself. Yet in doing so, you either failed to see how you'd come off or you didn't. If you did, then this must mean what I wrote offended you so much so that it most than less discredits the music.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    In any event, thanks for the comment about the music. As you can probably tell, I spend a lot of time with words, and more often with nonwords. For the most part, the "drive" I've got going in this discussion with you _does_ have an ulterior motive. It's connected with the fact that we are discussing in a public forum, here, and _anyone_ could say what you said. In fact, perhaps many people will. I'm _not_ going to assume your opinion is unique. I have to treat it as if it were something anyone would say. As it stands, then, you can see my problem. Your statement, on its own, says nothing descriptive. It doesn't describe the music, so at the outset, we're already _not_ using this place for its purpose, and that's on YOU. Second, it fails to meet the expectation of "principle of relevant criticism" and "principle of quantity of criticism" which structure what "criticism" means. I'm working on these assumptions because YOU called what you said "criticism."

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    How am I s'posed to know what you're thinking when you mask it with kid-language? I'm not showing you some shirt I bought at the thrift. I'm showing you a collection of items that I've put effort into. Regardless of what it says, I still put effort into it. Acknowledge that, and speak appropriately. Not like a kid, or an adult, but like a decent human being with good sense.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    At the same time, this is still a PUBLIC page. So you, and by "you" I mean anyone who fits the description, posting vapid, unsophisticated drivel hurts me more than helps me. But comments like your first one give me little option other than treat it like spam (oh, how offended you'll never be), or sass it. Let's understand, your comment, which could mean many things, especially _not_ assuming I know your age, etc. -- why you would assume this is only for the fact that you want to "win" this verbal clash with me, I'm betting (where "winning" could count as me agreeing with your observation that I've wasted my life because I've "wasted" my time here with you, or some such first-world problem nonsense) --, doesn't open any channel for dialogue. It is ambiguous and yet fails to express what it means to express over and beyond what it looks like, which is an expression of distaste for the experience given by the artist.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • wittysense

    You just called writing with conscious style "poetry and wordplay and stuff"? The point here is that ignoring all else, you don't open with "you're trying too hard." Like I said at first, I dismissed your comment with sarcasm. I didn't take it as "serious" or not. I took it as pointless and vapid. That's what is odd about it. And you're defending your verbal behavior with "why would you assume I'm being serious?" What does that even mean? What kind of question is that? -- The point? You're an _ass_. And for no good reason other than "I don't like reading what you wrote." But you couldn't muster up the class or decorum to say what you meant to say appropriately. And the only good response to crass is sass. So I'm giving you that and nothing more.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    also, I used the word verdict just to piss you off. And about your vocabulary I meant in your responses. Anyway. Let this be my resignation, I'll stop trolling.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    I actually feel like we could have a civil conversation were we willing to stop this nonsense. Not sure if you'd be willing to after all this, but I would be. I'd even be willing to apologize if you'd like, because really your music is good, and I doubt you would be this way had I not said what I did. But it's up to you I guess.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
  • coleheideman

    also, this has continued mainly because you make assumptions on my reaction to your anything. Whether it be your bio, music, comments, whatever. First you assumed my comment was entirely serious. If there are "obvious linguistic jokes " in your bio then you obviously have some kind of sense of humor, and if you can't see that the average person isn't going to be able to take your bio seriously then I'm sorry. your bio can be summed up in one simple sentence dude. "Acoustic instrumentals inspired by life." Simple enough, easily understood, still conveys the message. If you don't want to"have to lie with my words to express what has personally affected me" then what's with the poetry and wordplay and stuff? also Am I supposed to feel put in my place that you made a reference to someone I've never heard of? I'd imagine it's someone who's not at all modern, Look at the romantic era- every other child is a prodigy, they compose music at the age of like 7 or something.

    18 nov. 2011 Répondre
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