Pompeii (Gender Pitched)
by Bastille + 12,722 plays
(pitched to different “gender”)
Sorry for low-tier quality, I just really wanted to hear what this would sound like.
Someone should attach a download link.
I may go to California for a week with my Granmum this summer.
[She has 15 days off that she never used this year, and we have a lot of family in Cali - not to mention Disneyland and a few friends of mine (hey yo) and that Pasedena Glee Dalton place. So yeah. Birthday plans.]
I wish I had fantastically brilliant audio editing skills because man.
I love the one character in this version, but the other character from that version, and why can’t I just make my own dreamcast recordings.
Below you will find a list of songs that are perfect to ride your scooter to.
AKA Songs to make you feel better about everything in life.
So I was asked to do the Christmas skit for church winter conference this year.
- It is a musical
- About the Three Magi
- Well, the camels that the Three Magi travel with
- The star of Bethlehem is David Bowie
- All the Christmas songs must be done with 80s vibes
- King Herod is Joffery from Game Of Thrones
- Each song is going to be in a different language [because our church has a ridiculous amount of diversity; seriously out of like, 40 people there are at least 15 different languages spoken besides English] so it’s a bit like The Chipmunk Adventure as the Three Magi travel around the world in 80 minutes
This is so legit and I am hella excited.
I can’t watch a video outside America, why, why are you doing this americans?? other countries don’t do this
Usually it’s due to how network corporations own everything, whether on the television channels or that gets streamed online.
I had to use a proxy just to watch the Olympics, because in America anything having to do with the Olympics being shown is run by one company [NBC], so if you don’t want to watch it on their one singular television channel [which is usually (1) stuff that I’m not interested in or (2) not an entire event just American highlights or (3) interviews and commentary instead of the actual event] you end up having to pay to watch things online on their website [in which you have to wait 48 hours before you can see an entire event online because they’d really rather you watch it on the television].
And if you’re not American, they presume that you shouldn’t even be watching American television, because if you’re not American than it’s not yours to watch silly, so you best move to America to enjoy it! [/sarcasm].
Welcome to the land of the free, where we’re a lot more dystopian than you’d expect. Horray for biased media run by big businesses!
I’m know that there’s a lot more to this than that but yeah American network television is terrible.