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  1. Thank you! I appreciate that. And sometime in the future, when I get a new computer, I'll probably use a media player other than iTunes. Does anyone have any good suggestions? Pretty much the only things I like to see are the play count and albums sorted by artist.
  2. I didn't realize that Crashing the Party was in that sequence. I knew that statement of Rey's theme sounded familiar! It's one of the best cues in TLJ... it's a shame it wasn't in the actual movie.
  3. Happy birthday, John Williams! He's the reason I started listening to scores. What a gift!
  4. In all seriousness, I feel like this would be a good idea in addition to boxsets because I'm sure a lot of us are just going to assemble our own edits anyway!
  5. That's crazy. I love music, but I wouldn't think about paying $2000 for something that I already have in barely noticeable quality (to my ears). I understand the desire for the physical CD, but still. It's wishful thinking, but I really hope there's a chance that Disney will see how much it went for and start making plans for complete score releases!
  6. That makes sense that they'd do that. And I completely agree that you shouldn't pay for dating apps--one thing can lead to another, and you might find yourself somewhere else getting scammed for a bunch of money. Well, I believe that everyone finds the person they're meant to be with at the right time, and that being desperate only hurts yourself. A lot of people have told me that it happens when you least expect it.
  7. Oh, good! Yeah, if you're using Tinder, you have to pay to see who exactly liked you, but you can still swipe on them as you're going through other people--you just won't know who they are. I wouldn't recommend this just because it's kind of counterproductive, but if you swipe right on everyone, then you'll know who those people are once you're through everyone (assuming the people who liked you haven't moved outside your distance range or deleted their account).
  8. No way--I clicked on this thread to see if anyone had asked this (almost) exact question! The only difference is that when I change the album artwork in iTunes, iTunes actually changes the file that's stored on my computer in the music library (which is where iTunes reads the files from). Because of this, when I play the songs in iTunes, the last few seconds are repeated, just like what happens on my iPhone (because my iPhone gets the same files). Have you checked the files to make sure they're not changed? Try opening them in another media player if you haven't already. I've found that when a longer music file replaces a shorter one in iTunes by naming the longer file with the same name as the shorter one in the iTunes music library folder, the song only plays for as long as the shorter file was. That might be why they play fine in your iTunes library but not on your iPod. I've also talked to Apple a lot, and they said they submitted my problem to the "engineers" after I gave them some sort of digital package with my iTunes data. That was probably last summer... and still nothing. I remember one woman on the phone asked me why I would ever want to change the album artwork... Since iTunes has kind of been replaced by Apple Music, I don't think they'll ever get to it. I have a MacBook, so I've been meaning to update iTunes to the Apple Music app, but I'm not entirely convinced that it'll save all my music, so I've been backing everything up to Google Drive first. Once I'm finished with that, I'll update iTunes and see if the same problem happens in Apple Music. The problem doesn't happen with all my files, but it happens to a lot of them. It happens to multiple file types. The affected songs haven't all gone through the same editing software program where they could've been corrupted. They're from multiple sources. The best reason for the problem that I've come up with is that iTunes gets confused when changing the album artwork because it changes the file size, but the file still wants more data to reach a certain file size, so it just repeats itself. It also sometimes happens when I remove the album artwork entirely. How long has it been happening to you? I first noticed it when I was changing the artwork for my TLJ isolated score files, so March 2018.
  9. But can you get your entire body in a selfie? Usually not! Obviously I see what you're saying and I agree, but I'm not the one who made the rules of taking pictures for online dating apps. You (not you specifically) can spend all day saying you don't agree with the rules, but at the end of the day, you'll only get a bunch of matches or whatever if you follow the rules. That being said, I believe that the "right person" won't care about all these rules, and they'd still like you even if you had half your face in a selfie. I guess it just depends on what you use it for.
  10. I've never heard of photofeeler.com, but I'll check it out... it's kind of crazy that there's a site like that that actually exists out there. I guess it makes sense that you shouldn't have sunglasses, you shouldn't be wearing hats, etc. since that blocks people from seeing what you actually look like. Knowing how to choose the right pictures is just a necessary evil if you want to get something out of dating apps. And I've heard that Hinge is good too--one of my friends said that she thinks it's the best one. I feel like you kind of answered your own question. People are generally (not always, but generally) interested in people who seem to be friendly and have friends--and those friends can take pictures of them. But I think the main reason is because selfies look less professional, and people can't see your whole body or how tall you are.
  11. I discovered today that a small part of the unused section of Join Me on the OST plays in the film right after Palpatine raises the ships from the ocean (?) on Exegol. From about 2:05 to 2:21. That whole minute or so that was left out of the final score for the film is one of the best moments from the OST, so I'm happy that at least PART of it is in there. Also, the last 7 or 8 seconds of Prologue (FYC) plays in the film as Kylo picks up the Wayfinder in the Emperor's Throne Room. Not sure if it's been pointed out already. It could be the true ending of Daisy in a Veil, or it could've just been tracked in from elsewhere.
  12. Tell your friend to get a second opinion on the photos they choose, then tell them to remake their account and see what happens. Then, maybe your friend will have a better chance against those other guys who have their personal photographer follow them around everywhere--to the gym, to their music festivals, and to their college roommate's dad's old-money mansion in the Bahamas. But the joke is on the people who like these guys, since they're only good for one thing--they know how to pose in front of a camera to attract the most attention, and that's it.
  13. I haven't had any lasting success with any apps, but I think you really get out what you put into it. At the very least, in my opinion, it helps boost your self-confidence, which might lead you to something else outside of a dating app (like meeting a girl at a grocery store, etc.)
  14. This was quite the day in American and British politics...
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