Ulillillia's record is listening to a loop for 52 1/4 days in a row.
I can't believe that people out there spend that much time obsessing and nerding over really stupid music. It's like watching someone try to enjoy a cheap oil painting by rolling up the canvas and smoking it. He's not being clever at all.
|Frank Rizzo |
I really dont get it. What is the point?
|Alfred Shitcock |
I did the calculations, and he's listened to that second song once every eight minutes, every day, for nine months.
And it's not like there's eight minutes in between each play where he isn't listening to the song. No, the song is about two minutes long, so that means he only waits six minutes before playing the song again.
And when you take into account the playcounts on the other songs, then you come to realise that he must do nothing at all but listen to the same five or six songs all day long, EVERY DAY, FOR FOURTEEN HOURS A DAY.
It seems like the Ulillillia could really branch out if only anyone made MIDIs of Sleep or Om.
Also, SOOOO SLOOOOWWuh
Anything Ulillillia gets 5 automatically
How in the world does he manage to maintain contact with the human race
Ulillillia is a hero
Automatic 5-stars for Ulillillia, even though I'm not going to watch this. 40 minutes is way too much Uli for me.
I would pay money to see the world through Uli:s eyes for a day.
"And by strange, I mean strange."
For those who can't watch the whole thing, this does involve modifying a C program, compiling it in Visual Studio and running a batch of audio files through it, for no reason that I can figure out.
DURRRR!!!! YOU'RE NOT COOL THEN!!! DERRRDERRR!!!!!
I still love how he sounds like a younger William S. Burroughs on autism rather than drugs.
"Baby Looney Tunes: Ending Theme"
Did he just say he recorded that with a TalkBoy?
|Big Beef Burritos Supreme |
"Other entertainment - I'm mostly into educational TV shows, but sometimes classic animated cartoons. I listen to video game music 23 hours a day on average (including while I'm sleeping) often for days or even weeks on end without changing songs or speeds (46 days is my record for the same songs, 12 days for the same speed)."
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