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chris on the moon

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  1. bit weird, this seems to be available for the switch on eShop for £24.99, while the physical release is next month and costs about £40. Any ideas why? I'm thinking about getting it.
  2. I bought a switch on the way home from work. Never played one before. I got link's awakening with it. Questions: Can I play tetris 99 with the online free trial? For free? Is that seriously just a USB-C cable for the power adaptor? So I could charge it with my phone charger? with the stuff that came in the box, it won't be possible for me to play on the TV while charging the joy cons - correct? I want a pro controller but it's too expensive? ( not a question) Why is everything so expensive? (may not be a question, may be a question?)
  3. Thanks for your suggestions guys! Took a stab at it last night. While I haven't been able to get quite what I was looking for, the information was useful and helpful. The gorf king, I am delighted that you're making music again! Thematically it reminds me of the Pixies song "Make believe" . I think you could afford to make it more serious - that would make it sillier. Or you could just make it sillier. Something to bear in mind when finishing the lyrics? I understand where you're coming from though, I have an older song that I feel is a bit of an irony failure. But then even if someone misunderstands you, you can keep talking and correct them. If they're listening.
  4. Hey, I was looking for some more synthy help. Using my roland synth, I've been trying to make a lo-fi spooky electric organ sound like in this song - Everything I'm coming up with is a bit useless. Have you got any idea of which sort of waveforms I might need to use to create something like that? I've tried keeping it simple and making it complicated but I'm not getting anywhere. I didn't think filters would be much of an issue but maybe they are? Failing that, any idea what that kind of organ would be called so I can find someone else's synthmaster preset?
  5. Rocko's modern life : static cling (2019) is available on UK Netflix now. 47 minutes.
  6. Oh goodness. There is some nudity in this season.
  7. I thought that maybe you could use the background of the video to be more reflective of your personality as it's quite blank and bland. But maybe you already thought of that and this is what you chose lol!!!
  8. Grand theft auto is rated 18! It is for adults only That rural still hadn't been released in 2019
  9. we must have ran out of things to be excited about.
  10. This is really transparent about the things it is "influenced by". I'm getting major oceanhorn vibes.
  11. This doesn't seem relevant to being scary or funny? I don't mean to sound rude but it doesn't sound like the kind of thing I want to read at all. I'm really not in to science fiction fantasy. Yeah, I read loads of his books in my teens. Really devoured them. I think at one point I decided they were for nerds and stopped reading them. Maybe I could allow myself to enjoy them now, but I generally don't get along all that well with fantasy.
  12. Can I just stroll in here without reading any of the thread and ask that someone recommend a book to me? I can't decide on anything and I'm upsetting myself . I want something that is easy to read and modern. I've just finished the life and opinions of tristram shandy. And other than that have a tendency to read long victorian novels so something where I don't have to read every paragraph three times before I can make sense of it would be great. And I will point blank refuse to start reading "a series" right now. I would like something that is either funny or scary. I've read all of HP lovecraft, never read a stephen King book, enjoyed the witcher until it got too sexist and I gave up. Nabokov and Thomas hardy are a couple of my favourite authors. Enjoyed JG Ballard for a while too.
  13. Basically all of my music written from sad places. It's self-absorbed and self-pitying and dramatic etc. Ì don't know whether it helps me process the negative feelings. But there were a few songs born out f suicidal thoughts. So I guess it's good that my strong feelings turn into tunes and lyrics rather than action. Ì mean, sure I'd much prefer it if I made music people wanted to hear and that I wasn't ashamed of and could perform to people. But it's still something.
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