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ChordsBoy Avatar
ChordsBoy
over 3 years ago

Yeh, I guess :P

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Key Lime Canid
over 3 years ago

@ChordsBoy Well I wasn't necessarily just speaking about haters. You also have the over-defensive elitists and those who make, *Ahem* "art" (though I guess that kind of audience/fanbase is more towards games, books, movies, and TV series rather than music).

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ChordsBoy
over 3 years ago

Well, even if I were to have a million follows, I wouldn't think of my content any differently. But yeah, if for every 300 followers I have one hater *ahemoscarcough*, then I'm okay with that lel

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Key Lime Canid
over 3 years ago

I have mixed feelings about publicity. On one hand, people like your stuff, on the other hand, you become more self-conscious about what you have to offer. Also, when followings start to get particularly large, they tend to generate a negative fanbase side.

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ChordsBoy
over 3 years ago

Not necessarily, but yeh :P

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Aperture
over 3 years ago

But likes make you more followers

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ChordsBoy
over 3 years ago

Agreed

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Key Lime Canid
over 3 years ago

But comments are nice in that they are the most varying form of response and very individualized rather than a unanimous function like likes for example.

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Comment Spae
over 3 years ago

or have one purchased for them

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Comment Spae
over 3 years ago

any game on nintendo's "developers' system" is iconic for nigh anyone financially stable enough to purchase such

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