#thatmomentwhen you question how long ago Tyjo encouraged pirating.
#thatmomentwhen you realize that you got forum post #1500
#thatmomentwhen you really had hoped Carrot wouldn’t ask because you actually don’t know and are going off what someone else said, so now you look weak and your argument has lost…
#thatmomentwhen you remember this post from Reddit, though…
When Twenty One Pilots signed to Fueled By Ramen, Tyler and Josh signed over the rights to Regional At Best. The intention of Tyler, Josh, and FBR was to remake songs from Regional At Best for a new major label debut. The legal process was made easier by handing over the entire album rather than specific songs. To make this more palatable on a personal level, Tyler secured the copyright for the self-titled album under his name. I would hypothesize that this also allows the former members of TOP to continue to receive royalties from sales/plays online.
Regional At Best’s versions of songs that went onto Vessel are pretty different in several ways. The easiest way to prevent confusion was to market reworked and fresh versions of the songs. This also allowed Tyler and Josh to re-record the songs to better match what they do with them in their live shows.
Regional At Best is still floating around online. You can dig it up if you really want it. I got my hands on the files and burned a CD. It’s a great surprise for my fellow fans when they find it in my car. 🙂
Also, No Phun Intended and Regional At Best are both unreleased, so it’ not really pirating, just finding it where it can be found…
#thatmomentwhen you remember hearing rumors of them making a new cd soon and putting some of their old songs on it. (Like kitchen sink)
If you wanna do what my sister did, you can buy the vessel album from the UK version of Amazon, because it has 4 extra songs that us Americans don’t get (kitchen sink, forest, lovely, and some other one). It was a $6 cd, but after fees and everything it came out to 20, she got it in about a week
#thatmomentwhen you wonder what exactly the point of getting Fairly Local is if all of the songs are on a different album…
#thatmomentwhen you start doing a tax return for a youtuber with 57k subs.
#thatmomentwhen you wonder who it is because it’s definitely not Kevin.
#thatmomentwhen you also wonder who it is and if it is worth subbing to them…
#thatmomentwhen it’s some random person who does book reviews. I had never heard of her. Her husband came in and started the return. And I was prepared because I have been doing research on how a YouTube channel affects your taxes. I don’t know if I can tell you the name of the channel because of client confidentiality…
But go check out Bookables. Some random youtube channel I happened across 😉
When I get off work I will check out her videos and possibly sub.
#thatmomentwhen you’re disappointed because it looks like the channel is mainly directed toward a female audience…
#thatmomentwhen you too will become disappointed for that reason. I typically only watch funny people. Plus there is no telling what kind of books she reviews
#thatmomentwhen you realize that yeah, the channel is boring and the person doesn’t really talk about any interesting books.
#thatmomentwhen that stinks. 57k for not talking about murderous books?? That number should be equally divided between kevin, adler, Ryan, and a few others!
#thatmomentwhen you heartily agree
If we had the ability to take 57k subs, and divide them between 5 youtubers, that’s over 11k per youtuber. And I can easily think of AT LEAST 5 that deserve it
Yup. But I think that channel is unique in that there aren’t oceans of channels that review books. Unlike comedy channels or gaming channels or whatever. With those, I think they’re a lot harder to find because they’re lost in an ocean of similar channels.
But hey, that’s just a theory. A YOUTUBE THEORY. Thanks for reading.
That’s a good point. My dad said I need to make a channel explaining how YouTube and patron etc affects your taxes and other stuff and how to better prepare for tax season and avoid owing at the end of each year. I told him “no I don’t wanna pay those crazy taxes!!”
Patreon** stupid phone
#thatmomentwhen you realize that would actually be entertaining.
#thatmomentwhen you realize you shouldn’t have said that because now people will start agreeing.
#thatmomentwhen you agree.
#thatmomentwhen the world starts caving in on you because someone agreed
#thatmomentwhen you agree again. BWAHAHAHAAAA
#thatmomentwhen your world (which caved around you) is slowly suffocating you. People keep agreeing. The peer pressure is crushing your lungs.
What would be entertaining about someone talking about taxes? …I mean…I like learning about taxes, but “entertaining” is not the word I would use
#thatmomentwhen that so called “not entertaining” channel, which could be made entertaining I bet, could also become “Kristen’s Economical Soapbox”… And then it would get Kevin’s attention and then you would do his taxes and then you would collab and then they’d have you on Inner Tube and then you’d become official tax partner of the Blimey Cow community and then bam… Sorry, my mind is a one way road and I’m the only car driving on it…
#thatmomentwhen mason and carrot are trying to get your hopes up. Kevin hasn’t even read my messages, I don’t think he even got notified because we are not friends on fb.
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.