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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Hear2learn, May 26, 2019.
I FF thru it, and managed to do it all in a little over thirty seconds. NEXT!
No..... I made it about a minute or two. I don't have time to waste.
I prefer the written rant. So much more enjoyable!
I skipped through to the 6 min mark. I agree with what he's saying about the guitar thief and thieves in general.
is that speed ranting?
I read about that!
So many people, and so much cheap gear to make video rants. So little effort in editing them down....especially the angry political ones with guys just railing away...or the ones from the car.
moving on, next!
Unuh, unuh, uhuh, rrrrrrrrrrrannnnnt! Diab, ahdiab, that's all folks!
I don't click on "commentary" youtube videos, as a rule.
Click bait should neither be encouraged nor reinforced.
Youtube is custom made for people who couldn't get a real job in the entertainment industry.
58 seconds ... done. Everything can be put on YouTube.
I prefer to rant telepathically. I think you know what I mean.
I got it, I think I got it, but why would you want me to put cornbread in my hot water tank? Just askin'. Whuuuuut? Oh, okay, I get it now.
Is this Mike Eskimo?
you rant with teletubies?..............wha.......?
Dissing Daltry? That was BS , He lost a ton of credibility with that diatribe of crap he said.
Yup. About two levels below reality show actors, er, contestants.
He is dissing the fact that volume exposure can give you altered hearing problems when you get older. His ears need to ring incessantly, check out the altered world.Ringing ears and deafness are why the stage volume is different now.
See my upcoming "eBay" rant.
BTW, I have well over 800 "Positive" feedbacks, FYI.
I managed to combine shooting without ear perfection, loud music, and operating heavy equipment, with driving a Jacked up Silver 92 for many years into a steady high pitched whine in my ears that covers almost any conversation either electronic, or live. I can on a good day hear a Twin Reverb being played at full volume clear across, okay half way across the room. (if the room isn't too big) (and the tone knob is kept at or near the maximum treble on guitar and amp) (maybe)