I’ve done a lot of research. I’m writing up my findings in an article. You’ll see a lot of statistics, a lot of relevant findings, just tons of information coming at you. While I don’t want you to be confused, it’s more important that you be as angry as I am. So it comes down to this: I’m worried you might skim all these long paragraphs, get the gist but not get as worked up as I am, so I’m going to revert to this tactic.
I am repeating this sentence and increasing the amount of emphases three times.
*I* am repeating this sentence and *increasing* the amount of emphases three times.
*I* am repeatingthissentence and *increasing* the amountof emphases three times.
*I* am repeatingthissentence and *increasing* the amountof emphasesTHREE. TIMES.
Hopefully now you’re as hopping mad as I am! I didn’t trust that my information would lead you to my conclusion (because either you are stupid or my idea is) so now that I’ve shouted it enough you either see that I’m right or have been harassed into agreement.
This is something that’s been on my mind for a while, but I can’t find the interview that caused this dot connect in my head. If anybody knows it, there’s a Season 2-era interview with Brendon Small, probably around the mid-season hiatus, where he explained his take on recording albums to water. The conceit is that, rather than play the music through some water-to-speaker converter, a la the original water demonstration in Dethvengeance, the albums are meant to be drank. As Small explained it, people in this world drink the liquid albums, and it would basically take over their bodies during the duration of the album. The quote I can’t shake was he said something along the lines of “for the rest of the album, that’s all you experience.” I can’t for the life of me find this interview now that I care about it, but either way it’s given me some thoughts I want to dump.