By Dave Bloke
I see this all the time with the missus. The major problem with women is they spend far too much time thinking... analyzing... trying to work out what other people's feelings are.
The missus asks "what are you thining about"
Missus: "what nothing?"
Me "yes, until you interrupted me my brain was completely empty, like a goldfish, not a neuron firing, on sleep mode, inactive"
Missus "oh, how is that possible, I'm always thinking about stuff"
Me: "try not to, it will do you good, now I'm shutting down again, don't disturb me please"
Would be interesting to see where you discover new music. I might pick up something new.
For me, at the moment:
Soundcloud - subscribed to various artists (all genres)
YouTube - surprisingly good at picking out things that I'll like based on what I play (all genres)
Tiesto's Clublife Podcast - must admit I haven't listened in a while (dance music)
Tidal Playlists - very hit and miss, occasionally there's something good (all genres)
Tits are now allowed on YouTube.
But only black ones. And only if filmed in Africa. Because "tits out for the lads" is culture to them. You see, YouTube dey say dem no be racist.
The modern world is awfully complex isn't it.
YouTube don decide to allow reed dance videos dem from Swaziland to show for dia website.
YouTube bin ban dis kain videos before-before because for dis reed dance wey be cultural dance, women no dey wear shirt or even bra sef.
Reed dance or Umhlanga dey celebrate girls wey dey practise self-control and girls wey never begin dey do sex.
Dis YouTube, na website wey person fit use take share and watch videos for Internet.
One talk-talk person for YouTube, say dem cancel di ban because dis kain videos dey important for culture and tradition matter.
Before-before, when people wan put dis kain videos for YouTube, di website go block am quick, do dat those wey never reach up to 18 years no go fit take eye see am.
YouTube don talk say dem no dey fight with anybodi, say dem no be racist, dem just wan dey careful.
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