1. Flynn Saves Rapunzel
Flynn says, “you were my new dream,” saves Rapunzel, and we basically devolve into a teary puddle on the floor.
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Selena's gonna serve us with her own Ray of Light next era!!!!
The boom in digital streaming may generate profits for record labels and free content for consumers, but it spells disaster for today's artists across the creative industries
A while ago Thom Yorke and the rest of Radiohead got some attention when they pulled their recent record from Spotify. A number of other artists have also been in the news, publicly complaining about streaming music services (Black Keys, Aimee Mann and David Lowery of Camper van Beethoven and Cracker). Bob Dylan, Metallica and Pink Floyd were longtime Spotify holdouts – until recently. I've pulled as much of my catalogue from Spotify as I can. AC/DC, Garth Brooks and Led Zeppelin have never agreed to be on these services in the first place.
So, what's the deal? What are these services, what do they do and why are these musicians complaining?
There are a number of ways to stream music online: Pandora is like a radio station that plays stuff you like but doesn't take requests; YouTube plays individual songs that folks and corporations have uploaded and Spotify is a music library that plays whatever you want (if they have it), whenever you want it. Some of these services only work when you're online, but some, like Spotify, allow you to download your playlist songs and carry them around. For many music listeners, the choice is obvious – why would you ever buy a CD or pay for a download when you can stream your favourite albums and artists either for free, or for a nominal monthly charge?
After all, there is a precedent here. The Doctor’s Time Lord adversary the Master used up his entire allocation but was handed a new regenerative cycle after taking possession of a non-Time Lord body and later having it restructured (it's a long story).
However, Steven Moffat today confirmed of the Doctor, “He can only regenerate 12 times”, while simultaneously suggesting there has been a miscalculation of how many regenerations he has actually been through.
“I think you should go back to your DVDs and count correctly this time," said Moffat, "there’s something you’ve all missed.”( Collapse )
Mofftroll strikes again. I am tired of this nonsense. Sorry if this is somewhat old news for you guys.
Clearly a fan of the "If you've got it, flaunt it" motto—the singer has posted three close-ups of her derriere in October alone, and we're only halfway through the month.
Not that we're judging her. Especially since according to her trainer Kit Rich, the pop star has been putting in a lot of hard work to achieve that perfect posterior. Who could blame her wanting to show it off?