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you ******* prick
i got that blue name
that purp text
and that white *******
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- i'm almost 100% sure that an average cat would **** up an aver…
you're an idiot, and you sound like you have autism.
Cats claws and fangs aren't really made for killing anything their size much less things bigger than them.
It kind of depends on what kind of cat and what kind of dog though, like a tiger is obviously going to fuck up chihuahua but a domestic house cat versus a doberman? even if the domestic house cat was scaled up to the size of the doberman their claws and teeth are only really made for killing things that are smaller than them and added weight of the doberman makes me think the doberman would kill the cat, but not without losing an eye and having some pretty bad scratches.
most dogs dont like the idea of fighting other animals. unless they are bred for hunting. and even those tend to not pick a fight with things as long as they are properly trained.
cats however cannot be trained. and they arent pack animals and as friendly as dogs.
i have seen a badly trained hunting dog (seriously a psycotic fuck, you needed the owner to come and wrestle him down from a kill because it would attack anybody that tried to touch the darn moose corpses...) kill a cat in less than a few seconds when the poor bastard happened to pick a fight with it...
in an all out fight. a dog beats cat. 9 times out of ten.
Considering the counter measures in place to stop dogs from being raised to be violent, and general awareness on the topic of dogs going wrong and becoming aggressive animals,
General countermeasures on animal violence etc
yeah I'd probably agree.
really depends on the breed of dog. I remember there was a scrappy cat in my neighborhood, most of the dogs in the neighborhood were afraid of it. Then one day, it decided to pick a fight with the new neighbor's ridgeback...
I mean cats are fast but the dog probably only needs to grab it once. It could go either way. depends on breed as well
yeah dogs have that dirty move where they just shake the fuck out of the thing they are biting. that's cheap man, crutch af
Dogs OP plz nerf
- choir singing is literally just humming with your mouth open. …
Incredible Kazoo Player...
I seem to be in the minority here with my judgement, but my opinion hasn't been changed from your argument. I'd still like to present more of my thoughts.
Choir singing is not just humming.There is timbre and diction to worry about. Music is far more than pitch. Pitch is 5%, maybe 10% of it. But from the information I've gathered, kazoo playing only focuses on pitch (and rhythm. Sure, that's a different issue, but hasn't been brought up). Playing drums or singing is far more complex than "hit the pitch" or "hit the right cylinder."
You mentioned the multitrack thing. Yes I agree with you there! Making a production is no easy feat and requires lots of editing, multiple takes, and ripping your hair out. Sure, he made an entertaining video. Sure, he took carefully time and it's wonderfully crafted. But... that's not what I'm concerning myself with here.
My claim is, in the broad sense, that "The kazoo is easy and the musical aspect of this video is not as impressive as it seems."
Hitting a pitch with your larynx DOES NOT REQUIRE TALENT. It requires training. In undergraduate school you receive training and aural exams designed to get you to hit pitches. I've had a teacher's assistant say "I can't sing for shit, but I can hit a pitch." If it requires talent, then how come every student, even the non-voice majors, can do it with a little training?
In the end, form your own opinion, sure. But know there exists an argument for both sides.
pitch bends, vibrato, cutoff frequency, timing. Seems alright to me. I doubt there are very many "natural" kazoo players around, but you get a lot of people that can naturally sing with no training
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- yeah man this was pretty funny
5 RAPID FACTS
- in case you didn't notice, the entire diagram is supposed to b…
High level electronics
10/10 would watch...
He did an excellent job then, had me fooled.
Shadyvox is basically a professional voice actor
dude can sound like anything
- Fully serious. A few months back this was a pretty famous part…
- is it not common knowledge now that they are the same person? …
Are you kidding or being serious?
Fully serious. A few months back this was a pretty famous part of the website. Opti was posting screenshots of the Admin control panel or some shit. It was undeniable evidence at the time, and Admin (on the normal account) announced it on his profile. I'm almost 100% sure it was not bullshit
>implying he's not just doing anything to cover for the butt-whooping opti handed to him
- caught him red panded
Guilty as charged!
The joke was obvious and very good. He has received a lot of thumbs so far (59 in time of writing), so his comment is obviously not underrated.
59 in 17 hours is nothing. He should be in the triple digits damnit.
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