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Analogues 6!

September 3, 2009

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Sorry about all the ambient noise in this one.

In this episode, we talk about District 9, Interview Rapton X, and start a new project on Tanuke. Enjoy!

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As always, please send your questions/comments/etc to analoguesradio@googlemail.com

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  1. Theguywhosaidtheuncalledforcomment permalink
    September 17, 2009 3:48 am

    Yes, I said that comment. You know who I am. I like how you assume I have no life or how I feel I’m entitled to it, thinking I’m nothing more than a troll, when in actual fact I’m not.

    It’s very hypocritical to condemn someone for making presumptions about someone and then proceed to say someone has “no life” – clearly making assumptions yourself! You’re entitled to make assumptions, but don’t call someone out on it if you do it yourself.

    I came on to transfur one day and saw a picture which said “I’m leaving and I’m not coming back”. I hadn’t participated in the conversations previously, but when you go onto a website expecting art, you don’t want a flood of unfinished pieces telling you to go and buy the full version. I was annoyed by this but kept quiet. Then that picture came up, which was actually drawn to CAUSE DRAMA. She could have done the valiant thing and either carried on or just closed her account and messaged anyone interested privately to tell them what happened. She didn’t need to announce it from a mountain top with a megaphone.

    Are you saying she didn’t want a reaction? Because that picture she posted says otherwise. I reacted to it because she gave me something to react to. It was a harsh comment, but it irritated me so much that I decided to speak up. I’m sticking to my comment; from what I saw, she was a drama whore, so I called her out on that.

    P.S. I actually commission people and pay them for their art (bet you thought I expected everything to be free, right?) so in actual fact I DO support the community with money, but I don’t like a member of a free website moaning at us publicly with an image designed for nothing more than to create drama. I’m sorry if I offended anyone, but what I saw is what I said.

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