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    Hitman, Metal Gear Solid, GTA San Andreas
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    Agent 47, Dr. Strangelove, The Boss, The Truth
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  1. Listening to this on repeat. The verse of Naofumi (1:08) is incredible. 10/10 highly recommended. Check the rapper (VI Seconds) out too, Shizzy's got it baby.
  2. It's temperatures above 35 degrees Celsius I have trouble with. 🥵

  3. Its incredible how me living in a third world country smack dab in the Tropic of Cancer has made me practically immune to any temperature below 35 degrees Celsius. For anyone who cares, here's a song for you to chill to: 


    1. Kōyamaki


      Must be the rum.

  4. I have not actually heard of any of these except Shiki and Devil Lady, I'll defo check those out, thanks
  5. Can any of you suggest an anime that, very much like a good horror/thriller movie keeps you at suspense throughout the whole thing? Watched Orphan (2009) recently and I loved how I felt; kinda wanna recreate that
  6. I apologize if I came across that way, and the assumptions were made because your original post lacked in essential details for my response to be somewhat helpful. Otherwise, your story/perspective/anecdote, at face value, didn't make sense to me. I didn't assume that everyone could afford guitar strings either. But if you can't afford a $4 dollar monthly expense, you've got bigger things to worry about, which to me seems reasonable enough of an explanation. It's obvious that I was wrong about you being a beginner, but I see your point overall.
  7. What guitar strings you using? The case of your amp is unfortunate, but there's cheaper alternatives for guitar strings, some specifically made for beginners ergo they have a significantly lower price point. It seems to me you haven't changed your strings in years, which is already a no-go for most guitarists (ideal is a string change every 2 months or so, and that's being generous). Judging from what you've written, I'm also assuming that you're just starting out, cause as much as I understand being attached to your instrument, being crazy about rusted strings isn't something I've noticed in any guitar player I closely follow. Lastly, if you genuinely can't afford any brand of guitar strings, being able to play electric guitar is the last thing you should be worried about.
  8. I've had the fortune of seeing Kimi No Nawa (Your Name) in my life two years ago, 3am in the night, with a couple of my friends on Discord. One of the most surreal experiences of my life. There's very few things that I'd ever rate a 10/10, cause I hate calling things flawless. But I can't find a thing I'd change (I've tried). Not when it took such a wildly different approach to love. Not when it's touched me in a place where nothing else could. This movie's changed my life, and I hope it will yours too (might end up doing a full blown review some other time) Good luck.
  9. I swear to god The Paper Kites has made some of  the most beautiful music I've listened to, bless Aussies.

  10. Death catches us all the same...


  11. Finished playing Outlast. Almost done with Outlast 2. Probably one of the scariest experiences I've ever had. @Kreideprinz have u played outlast yet?
  12. Loved this one. I'm listening to a goddamn nostalgia trip aka Linkin Park, Evanescense (i forgot how to spell this band smh), IconForHire, Green Day, The Killers...all things early 2000s, really. Right now, Im listening to Mr Brightside. It's sooo goood.
  13. This....is an interesting take that I wouldn't have thought of otherwise, thank you. You're right, Light Yagami is blinded. Confused. The world isn't as he sees it, himself isn't as he sees it. He's overidentified too much with what he's trying to enforce, to the point where he's stopped looking at himself to see where he stands. Any impeding hint of guilt is immediately disregarded, as he believes it'll only distract him, despite that voice in the back of his head trying to save him, something he only realizes as he bleeds to death in that staircase. Beautiful point. Obsessive compulsive tendencies do be the end to many a great minds. Overall, Light wanted to do some good, and it's obvious from seeing the anime that he's always been obsessed with the idea of fairness, and he saw the Death Note as his only way to enforce authority, a system of rules that he thinks will help everyone, and sacrifices every ounce of human in him to be a God. And that was his problem. When you lose touch with what's human to become something more, you inadvertently risk becoming something much less, and the confusion between these two is what ends up causing their demise. Light, as a person, is everything that I don't want to become; a person so obsessed over one thing that he tunnel visions deeper and deeper without ever getting any better. He is worth feeling sorry for. One of the only reasons I put Mello and Light up in my most favorite characters from Death Note is for practically the same reason; they're both obsessive compulsive, which means they'd stop at literally nothing to have their ends of the bargain met. These are people you do NOT want to screw with, because it only takes them something like the Death Note (for Light) and the existence of someone better (for Mello) for them to go batshit crazy on whoever tries to stop them.
  14. Hello, I hope you're having a great day :3 


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      Aw, thank you!

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