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MS Flight Simulator kommt auf 10 DVDs in den Handel

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Unterwasser-Spiele für Simon

Servus. Simon ist ja genau wie ich Fan von Unterwasser-Spielen. Ich habe nun eine Woche damit zugebracht diese Liste hier zusammenzutragen. Dieser Post dient eher als "Container" damit ich was habe was ich Simon per Twitter direkt schicken kann - Upvotes sind also unnötig, der Post kann ruhig verschwinden. Wenn ihr natürlich auch Fans von Spielen in diesem Szenario seid könnt ihr gerne diskutieren, bzw. Spiele nachtragen falls ich doch welche vergessen haben.
Auf der kompletten Titanic herumlaufen, und mit ihr untergehen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuoxJ_XZPSA
Interessanter Genre-Mix. Mit einem Uboot in 3D in einer Welt herumtauchen, die wie "Avatar" unter Wasser ausschaut? Aber gleichzeitig ein 2D-RPG inkorporiert? Plus ein erheblicher Gruselfaktor (Unbedingt bis zum Ende des Videos anschauen)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4QFhfQCc5w
Horror-Survival-Spiel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yd94WT7s3uE
Noch ein Horror-Unterwasser Spiel, von den Amnesia-Machern. Scheint sich jedoch eher auf das innerer einer Tauchstation zu beschränken
http://media2.giga.de/2014/04/SOMA.jpg
Handels-Simulator im Stile von "Elite" und "Freelancer". Aber: Ihr seid klein. So klein, dass ihr mit eurem Uboot Zigarettenstummel und Kronkorken aufsammelt um diese zu Geld zu machen. Voll frei befahrbare 3D Umgebung.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5Kw0_oGlSc
Nachfolger von Sub Culture, Fokus mehr auf Kampf
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xdyNzQlQQc
Unterwasser Action-Simulation mit tollen Setting und spannender Kampagne
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wx7k4MY-qcw
Nachfolger von Archimedian Dynasty. Mehr Action-Orientiert, fast schon ein reiner Ego-Shooter. Zweiter Teil etwas düsterer als der erste. Sehr interessante Atmosphäre und Story und auch heute noch gute Grafik
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CxAS8AnhSB4
Third-Person Action Spiel in einer modernen Unterwasserstadt. Erste Version sehr verbugged, wurde nun neu aufgelegt. Nun lässt es sich gut Spielen + interessante Story
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1oU_Arq1qYg
Relativ simpler Third-Person Shooter, spielt sowohl unter- als auch über Wasser
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EBcxF1nU3eo
Ableger von PS1 bis PS3. Auf den ersten Blick ein Entspannungspiel, einfach tauchen und die Unterwasserwelt genießen. Hat aber auch eine Story die noch richtig interssant wird.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCRetRH9w68 (Video von PS)
Ähnlich wie Aquanauts Holiday. Hat keine Story und ist tatsächlich nur ein Erkundungspiel, dafür wesentlich größere Areale
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BZVm0eyvObg
PS2-Nachfolger für den Megadrive-Klassiker
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_IvhhMjnyc
Multiplayer Spiel in dem sich Taucher und Haie bekämpfen
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fdhcy-JkUBY
Survival Spiel. Spielt auf Inseln, man kann aber auch tauchen
http://i.imgur.com/Tv6oSaQ.jpg
Joa Simon hats ja oft genug gezockt. Sollte klar sein was das ist
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KKBN7JNrASc
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Hunting Simulator 2: Ab sofort für PC im Handel erhältlich

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Koch-Simulator – Ab sofort als Box-Version im Handel

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Neue Landkarte und mehr Details: Landwirtschafts-Simulator 17 jetzt im Handel

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KFI Los Angeles host Bill Handel goes through LASD use of force simulator (video)

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EE - Stuff to learn (during Freetime)

Preamble:
This should be a list of topics you can learn in general (and as long this is EngineeringStudents you may not learn in courses as well). Have a look what might fits you, what can be a benefit for you in future and what sounds fun. This list will never be 100% correct, there will be stuff missing and maybe some things change over time (also a lot of typos and bad grammar, I'm sorry). But with your help we may create a list with interessting and helpful topics. Yes this post was made around half a year ago, but is usefull in my opinion and would be to sad to be lost in the archive.
Hello everyone,
I noticed a couple of posts in the last weeks where people are looking for stuff to learn, but are not sure what. So I want to make a small list of EE-stuff what I recommend, beside most standard stuff (like Calc I, Ohms law etc.). I have no clue about other engineering fields (I'm into automation & robotic), but maybe YOU can help out for your engineering field, but please in another topic, not here*!* (but will be linked, if you post them in the comments)
One general advice, if you know where you want to work in future, you shall not wear blinkers and concentrate just on stuff of your field. Take a look outside the box and try to learn some stuff. You don't have to be a master on all fields, but be able to know what other engineers are talking about. Short notice: I try to list mostly free or open-source stuff, because some of us haven't got a student-licence (and/or the money), but I also know that you can't beat some commercial products so far.
General Stuff:
Programming languages:
Electronic stuff:
Automation &Robotic:
Information - and communications technology:
Micro- and Nanoelectronics:
Power Electronic/Electric:
Craftmanship (can be tricky, because you may not get the tools and somebody with experience for that)
Softskills:
Yes I can see some of you are rolling with their eyes and thinking "serious"? And you are right! And wrong! Don't underestimate Softskills. Having lectures about that stuff is sometimes pretty boring, but you won't believe what people are out there not being able to handle stuff. Neither Time management, not social skills to deal with conflicts and so on. Some people don't even know that they are missing this kind of skill set. Be honest to yourself and get at least a basic set. It is difficult to teach suc things for yourself and some techniques won't work, but others will (I manage my projects in another way than my workmates do).
[Sources are welcome, because this field is huge. I will just describe stuff I know/recommened/warn about ...]
Other Topics that aren't mentioned yet
Maybe I will add/change some stuff from time to time...
Anything you are missing? Put it in the comments and if I know it (or enough other) I will add it on the list as well.
Something wrong? Please let me notice so I can change that!
You don't even know how to survive Engineering? You may check out this regular post from me.
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Intellectual deep dives can be important, but Evidence shows they often miss the big picture and lead to tragic errors. Don’t lose sight of the big picture, blinded by weeds that give confidence, but less accuracy.

The Millennium Challenge 2002. In the summer of 2002, the US conducted a large war game known as the Millennium Challenge. US war games are mock battles where one group of military personnel (blue team) simulates defending the US against a separate group (red team) representing an enemy. In this war game, extensive enough to cost $250 million, the red team represented a threat from the Middle East.
The blue team performed so badly, the exercise had to be restarted and rescripted “to ensure a Blue Force victory”. Malcolm Gladwall writes of this war game in Blink: The Power of Thinking Without Thinking. He shows the Blue team's main problem was becoming so lost in intellectual weeds they missed the bigger picture. Gladwell writes:
You get caught up in forms, in matrixes, in computer programs, and it just draws you in. They were so focused on the mechanics and the process that they never looked at the problem holistically. In the act of tearing something apart, you lost its meaning.
One example from the game: the blue team wanted to eliminate the red team’s air strike capabilities. They brought in experts, used sophisticated computer programs, and converged on taking out communications systems. While spending hours working out every minute detail, they lost sight of the big picture and discovered that “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the mouth” (Mike Tyson). While planning, the red team started attacking. They used WWII style communications that were completely overlooked by the experts whose biases and codes were catered to modern communications systems.
Though their intellectual deep dive made sense on paper, it was the biases of experts getting lost in the weeds that led to disaster.
The CIA: those who study an issue to death are typically more confident, but also more biased and less accurate.
When getting lost in the weeds, information beyond the basics is seldom helpful. Gladwell continues:
Extra information isn’t actually an advantage at all... in fact, you need to know very little to [understand] a complex phenomenon… extra information is more than useless, it’s harmful. It confuses the issues…
As they received more information their certainty became entirely out of proportion to the correctness of their decisions.
After analyzing the Millennium Challenge, Gladwell shows this pattern plagues the entire medical profession as well.
Gladwell’s observations are vindicated by several other studies. Some of my favorites were conducted by the CIA, demonstrating it’s not just the observation of academia. They found that going beyond the simplest 3-5 pieces of information - the weeds - is rarely helpful, even for complex decisions.
This plot is from one of multiple studies they have done. It shows that though confidence went up as subjects incorporated more complicated information, the accuracy did not improve, and in many of their studies goes down. The CIA explains that given how few pieces of information fit in a human’s short term memory, as the number and/or complexity of the information increases, the more your mind must weigh, order, and prioritize that information in and out of your field of view. Thus such decisions become increasingly more about your biases than your rationality.
If you think that going beyond the big picture and most basic facts makes you a better decision maker, think again. Like this graph, you may be brimming with confidence, but are probably light on accuracy, and heavy on bias. Your biases are dictating what fills up your short term memory and thus your decision boil down to that.
We have seen tragic mistakes like this a thousand times. When someone puts the big picture - that they have experienced really blesses them and their family day by day for years - to the side for one opinion about an archeological dig they know nothing about, that is not the hallmark of rationality. That is arriving at a state so biased that weeds you don't know the first thing about now take precedence in your short-term memory over that what you have actually experienced for years.
The big picture about the gospel. Though I welcome deep dives into the intellectual weeds of the gospel, let’s not lose sight of the big picture. A big picture without becomes easy to stumble, and where life’s most important meanings may become unintentionally lost.
The big picture where the gospel has changed myriads of lives for good. A big picture that has led to the biggest advancements in democracy and human rights where “all men are created equal… endowed by their Creator”. A big picture where the cultivation of much - if not most - of modern science, philosophy, and humanities was made. “Almost every university and college founded in the U.S. and Europe until the mid-19th century—and many afterwards—was founded by some religious organization.” A big picture that has inspired the world's great works of music and art from Handel’s “Messiah” to Da Vinci’s “The Last Supper”. A big picture where countless acts of service and charity are motivated each year. Where youth are raised with the knowledge they have divine worth. Where young men and women quickly grow into mature adults on missions. Where families learn their relationships are more than mere chaotic connections between random matter, but have eternal significance. And most important, a big picture where in some way Jesus Christ gained the experiences needed to ensure that each of us has the path we need to inherit eternal splendor.
Personally I can’t think of a single weed worth losing that over. Let’s not make a tragic Millennium Challenge class blunder by losing sight of that big picture, blinded by weeds that may give a person more confidence, but seldom gives that person more accuracy.
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First impressions of a bot

So i just redownloaded the game to see if whats going on with season 2 and the game is just a loading screen simulator.
2 minute loading screen, and then you need to wait for 3 minutes until the game decides that 32 players are enough.
I don't think that i can handel this
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Too many Particles in Mantaflow.

This is a problem I have been having for months now.
When I bake the particles in my Mantaflow simulation I get over 14 Million just for spray and foam alone, this is not only way too many for my PC to handel it does also not look good. Even when trying to follow a tutorial as close as possible, they get way less particles. Anyone know what could cause these extremly high amounts of particles for me?
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Help Debugging using TD3, overwhelming warning/error outputs

Summary: I am attempting to implement RL using soft robotic hardware, skipping the modeling and simulation for various reasons. I have a pneumatic syringe hooked into a Gcode interpreter (hence the x/y notation through my code. I am using ROS as a messaging middle ware between my components.
I have tried to implement some TD3 functionality to get my robot to learn to just move away from its starting point. I will start up (with tons of output), run one "step()" from my custom Gym environment, and then spit out an error that I understand at face value, but am having a lot of trouble tracking down.
I have tested my entire system and It seems I have all functionality correct outside of implementing the RL tidbits. I can control the robot, read its sensors/state, and have a ground truth system giving feedback on the robot position for reward calculation. All of this data is being piped corretly into my script and stored in global variables to be used in different scopes throughout my gym and RL environment.
My background is mechanical/electrical engineering. I am new to RL as well as software development on the whole. It looks like this all has a lot to do with the libraries, and I am scared to go and change anything in fear of breaking the whole library or something like that.
I am unclear where to even start looking for all of these feedbacks, warnings, and errors. any guidance would be much appreciated.
Please critique my post and help me present my issue better if it is not up to par with this sub's standards.

==========My RL script==========
#!/usbin/env python3 #you need this above to get ROS to execute the script - points to the python executable #use python 3 here due to the RL libraries being written in python 3 from gym import spaces import gym import numpy as np import time import random from math import sqrt # from stable_baselines.td3.policies import MlpPolicy as Td3MlpPolicy # # from stable_baselines import TD3 # from stable_baselines.ddpg.noise import OrnsteinUhlenbeckActionNoise # from stable_baselines.common.vec_env import DummyVecEnv #import necessary stable baselines TD3 libraries for learning purposes from stable_baselines import TD3 from stable_baselines.td3.policies import MlpPolicy as Td3MlpPolicy from stable_baselines.ddpg.noise import OrnsteinUhlenbeckActionNoise from stable_baselines.common.vec_env import DummyVecEnv #import ROS specific libraries and custom message types import rospy from std_msgs.msg import String from std_msgs.msg import Bool from std_msgs.msg import Empty from soft_robot_learning.msg import sensor_processing from soft_robot_learning.msg import gcode_packager from soft_robot_learning.msg import apriltag_data #global variables testString = "" xCommand = 0. yCommand = 0. xState = 0. yState = 0. xPosition = 0. yPosition = 0. xZero = 0. #zero values for each episode yZero = 0. action_done = False #define constants NUM_STEPS = 10 TIME_PER_STEP = 1 #this could be variable depending on hardware # define ROS publisher nodes cmd_pub = rospy.Publisher('/actuator_commands', gcode_packager, queue_size = 30) direct_cmd_publisher = rospy.Publisher('/grbl_commands', String, queue_size = 30) grbl_reset_pub = rospy.Publisher('/system_cmd', Empty, queue_size=1) #test pub to update the subscribed node. for testing testpub = rospy.Publisher('/testData', String, queue_size = 20) #define ROS subscriber callback methods def robot_state_callback(data): #print("Updating State") global xState global yState xState = data.xSensor yState = data.ySensor #print("x sensor: {}", format(xState)) #print("y sensor: {}", format(yState)) def gnd_truth_callback(data): #print("updating Ground Truth Data") global xPosition, yPosition xPosition = data.x_pos_gnd yPosition = data.y_pos_gnd #print("x position: {}", format(xPosition)) #print("y position: {}", format(yPosition)) def action_done_callback(data): global action_done action_done = data.data def testData_callback(data): #print("test data recieved") global testString testString = data.data + '\n' #Define ROS subscriber nodes def RL_subscribers(): rospy.init_node('soft_robot_learning', anonymous=True) rospy.Subscriber("/robot_state", sensor_processing, robot_state_callback) rospy.Subscriber("/gnd_pos_truth", apriltag_data, gnd_truth_callback) rospy.Subscriber("/action_done", Bool, action_done_callback) rospy.Subscriber("/testData", String, testData_callback) # skipping spin to see if the subscriber works without spinnign whle the thin is running #rospy.spin() def distanceFromOrigin(x,y,xZero,yZero): xDist = x - xZero yDist = y - yZero total_distance = sqrt(xDist*xDist+yDist*yDist) return total_distance, xDist, yDist def wait_for_action(): global action_done count = 0 while not action_done: count = count + 1 #print(action_done) print("Action Complete...") time.sleep(1) def homeGrblController(): print("Homing System....") direct_cmd_publisher.publish('$H') wait_for_action() direct_cmd_publisher.publish('G92 X0 Y0') print("Homing Complete") def initGrblController(): print("Initializing Grbl System...") direct_cmd_publisher.publish('$X') homeGrblController() def resetGrblController(): print("Resetting grbl controller...") msg = Empty() grbl_reset_pub.publish(msg) time.sleep(4) #wait for reset to take plae initGrblController() print("grbl controller reset!") def homeRobot(): print("Sending Robot Home") direct_cmd_publisher.publish('G0 X0 Y0') wait_for_action() print("Robot Home") class soft_learner(): def __init__(self): #init position variables self.testS = "" #test string for testing data passing self.x = 0 self.y = 0 #init steps and dt (time per step) self.n_steps = 0 self.dt = TIME_PER_STEP #1=1second - play with this variable #initialize proper spaces and metadata #both the action and state space are bounded by 0-100 for %of actuation #mapping these to real world actiona dnnand sensors are handeled in another script self.observation_space = spaces.Box(low=np.array([0.,0.]), high=np.array([100.,100.])) #obs space = continuous, self.action_space = spaces.Box(low=np.array([0.,0.]), high=np.array([100.,100.])) self.metadata = 0 #send initial commands to grbl (home, set 0 all that) def reset(self): global xZero, yZero, xPosition, yPosition self.x = 0 self.y = 0 self.n_steps = 0 #re calibrate and set x and y zero values for each new run for april tags data xZero = xPosition yZero = yPosition #reset grbl controller resetGrblController() #run calibration function here return self.x, self.y def step(self, generated_cmd_array): global xCommand, yCommand, xPosition, yPosition, xZero, yZero, xState, yState # print(generated_cmd_array) xCommand = generated_cmd_array[0] yCommand = generated_cmd_array[1] #generate an action # xCommand = random.randint(0,100) # yCommand = random.randint(0,100) print("command generated x {} y {}", format(xCommand), format(yCommand)) #v = np.clip(v, self.action_space.low, self.action_space.high) #above line in example not sure why it is used #publish action cmd_message = gcode_packager() cmd_message.x_percentage = xCommand cmd_message.y_percentage = yCommand cmd_pub.publish(cmd_message) #wait for hardware to complete action wait_for_action() #subscribe/read state state = {'x': xState, 'y': yState} print("xState: {}", format(xState)) print("yState: {}", format(yState)) #compute reward reward, x_calibrated, y_calibrated = distanceFromOrigin(xPosition,yPosition, xZero,yZero) #print("x position: {}", format(xPosition)) #print("y position: {}", format(yPosition)) print("x calibrated: {}", format(x_calibrated)) print("y calibrated: {}", format(y_calibrated)) print("reward: {}", format(reward)) #increment and finish step self.n_steps += 1 done = self.n_steps > NUM_STEPS return state, reward, done, {} if __name__ == '__main__': #run suscriber nodes RL_subscribers() print("Starting...") time.sleep(3) #give ros time to set up #init environmnet env = soft_learner() env.reset() #run and testing a_dim = env.action_space.shape[0] td3_noise = OrnsteinUhlenbeckActionNoise(np.zeros(a_dim), 0.003*np.ones(a_dim)) td3_env = DummyVecEnv([lambda: env]) td3_model = TD3(Td3MlpPolicy, td3_env, verbose=0, action_noise=td3_noise, tensorboard_log='~/tensorboard') td3_model.learn(total_timesteps=100) td3_model.save("~/td3_model") print('Complete training TD3') x = td3_env.reset() # for i in range(100): # x, r, _, _ = td3_env.step(td3_model.predict(x)) # print(x) # print(r) # #rospy.spin() # print("running sensor mount testing") # count = 1 # cmd_message = gcode_packager() # while True: # cmd_message.x_percentage = 95 # cmd_message.y_percentage = 0 # cmd_pub.publish(cmd_message) # wait_for_action() # print("fully inflated...") # cmd_message.x_percentage = 0 # cmd_message.y_percentage = 0 # cmd_pub.publish(cmd_message) # wait_for_action() # print("Not inflated...") # count =count+1 # print (count) # if (count%10 == 0): # resetGrblController() # #for i in range(10): # # time.sleep(1) # # env.step() 

===========Terminal Feedback==============
earning/src$ rosrun soft_robot_learning learning.py P-Pavilion-Gaming-Laptop-15-cx0xxx:~/rl/home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/framework/dtypes.py:516: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_qint8 = np.dtype([("qint8", np.int8, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/framework/dtypes.py:517: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_quint8 = np.dtype([("quint8", np.uint8, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/framework/dtypes.py:518: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_qint16 = np.dtype([("qint16", np.int16, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/framework/dtypes.py:519: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_quint16 = np.dtype([("quint16", np.uint16, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/framework/dtypes.py:520: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_qint32 = np.dtype([("qint32", np.int32, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/framework/dtypes.py:525: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. np_resource = np.dtype([("resource", np.ubyte, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorboard/compat/tensorflow_stub/dtypes.py:541: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_qint8 = np.dtype([("qint8", np.int8, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorboard/compat/tensorflow_stub/dtypes.py:542: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_quint8 = np.dtype([("quint8", np.uint8, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorboard/compat/tensorflow_stub/dtypes.py:543: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_qint16 = np.dtype([("qint16", np.int16, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorboard/compat/tensorflow_stub/dtypes.py:544: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_quint16 = np.dtype([("quint16", np.uint16, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorboard/compat/tensorflow_stub/dtypes.py:545: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. _np_qint32 = np.dtype([("qint32", np.int32, 1)]) /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorboard/compat/tensorflow_stub/dtypes.py:550: FutureWarning: Passing (type, 1) or '1type' as a synonym of type is deprecated; in a future version of numpy, it will be understood as (type, (1,)) / '(1,)type'. np_resource = np.dtype([("resource", np.ubyte, 1)]) Starting... /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/gym/logger.py:30: UserWarning: WARN: Box bound precision lowered by casting to float32 warnings.warn(colorize('%s: %s'%('WARN', msg % args), 'yellow')) Resetting grbl controller... Initializing Grbl System... Homing System.... Action Complete... Homing Complete grbl controller reset! WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/tf_util.py:191: The name tf.ConfigProto is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.ConfigProto instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/tf_util.py:200: The name tf.Session is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.Session instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/td3/td3.py:132: The name tf.variable_scope is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.variable_scope instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/input.py:25: The name tf.placeholder is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.placeholder instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/td3/policies.py:125: flatten (from tensorflow.python.layers.core) is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Instructions for updating: Use keras.layers.flatten instead. WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AttributeError: module 'gast' has no attribute 'Num' WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/tf_layers.py:57: dense (from tensorflow.python.layers.core) is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Instructions for updating: Use keras.layers.dense instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/ops/init_ops.py:1251: calling VarianceScaling.__init__ (from tensorflow.python.ops.init_ops) with dtype is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Instructions for updating: Call initializer instance with the dtype argument instead of passing it to the constructor WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AttributeError: module 'gast' has no attribute 'Num' WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AttributeError: module 'gast' has no attribute 'Num' WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AttributeError: module 'gast' has no attribute 'Num' WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/td3/td3.py:165: The name tf.random_normal is deprecated. Please use tf.random.normal instead. WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AttributeError: module 'gast' has no attribute 'Num' WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:Entity > could not be transformed and will be executed as-is. Please report this to the AutgoGraph team. When filing the bug, set the verbosity to 10 (on Linux, `export AUTOGRAPH_VERBOSITY=10`) and attach the full output. Cause: converting >: AssertionError: Bad argument number for Name: 3, expecting 4 WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/td3/td3.py:195: The name tf.train.AdamOptimizer is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.train.AdamOptimizer instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/tensorflow/python/ops/math_grad.py:1205: add_dispatch_support..wrapper (from tensorflow.python.ops.array_ops) is deprecated and will be removed in a future version. Instructions for updating: Use tf.where in 2.0, which has the same broadcast rule as np.where WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/td3/td3.py:227: The name tf.summary.scalar is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.summary.scalar instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/td3/td3.py:241: The name tf.summary.merge_all is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.summary.merge_all instead. WARNING:tensorflow:From /home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/base_class.py:1143: The name tf.summary.FileWriter is deprecated. Please use tf.compat.v1.summary.FileWriter instead. Resetting grbl controller... Initializing Grbl System... Homing System.... Action Complete... Homing Complete grbl controller reset! command generated x {} y {} 58.89289093017578 14.919524192810059 Action Complete... xState: {} 0.0 yState: {} 0.0 x calibrated: {} -0.00041447579860687256 y calibrated: {} -0.0005988478660583496 reward: {} 0.0007282918057437168 Traceback (most recent call last): File "/home/robertslab/rl_workspace_0/src/soft_robot_learning/src/learning.py", line 244, in  td3_model.learn(total_timesteps=100) File "/home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/td3/td3.py", line 331, in learn new_obs, reward, done, info = self.env.step(unscaled_action) File "/home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/vec_env/base_vec_env.py", line 150, in step return self.step_wait() File "/home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/base_class.py", line 1084, in step_wait obs, rewards, dones, information = self.venv.step_wait() File "/home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/vec_env/dummy_vec_env.py", line 47, in step_wait self._save_obs(env_idx, obs) File "/home/robertslab/.local/lib/python3.6/site-packages/stable_baselines/common/vec_env/dummy_vec_env.py", line 90, in _save_obs self.buf_obs[key][env_idx] = obs TypeError: float() argument must be a string or a number, not 'dict' 
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Vision: play one character in a realistic timeframe over many ingame years. With seasonal prices, actions causing game time to pass, realistic travel times and compatible needs

Hello, my vision is to play one character in a realistic timeframe over many ingame years. Since i played the Gothic series where you had food, beds and miscellaneous items like in skyrim i play arround with that idea. Maybe we can share and collect ideas on archiving a specific mod setup.

group

descriptive line what those mods are for
feature
settings for the MCM menu etc.
category
feature

economy features

the economy should be connected with the gameworld
seasons influencing the prices of goods
seasonal festivities and traditions mod
calendar to prepare for festivities to play along the changeing of seasons
fluid shopping experience
hospitality in a harsh world
bounties, favors and quest rewards feel better
mcm: disable everything not changing the gold rewards, unfortunately you would have to disable some additional stuff you don´t like manually - would like to have the regional changes to merchant inventories and some of the small changes too but those require the full version
bounty quest rewards feel better

crafting & magic economy

balancing those parts keeps the game interesting
balanced prices of crafted goods
enchantments are thesis too
crafting loop no longer exploitable
alteration does not make you rich any longer
equipment has to be maintained
processing animals should take a while, fur should not cost much in its raw form
get the best out of your soul gems

realism features

you have a life without beeing hindered by it
needs mod (eat, drink, sleep)
sleep everywhere
actions will cause the game time to pass
getting a new level in a skill requires a trainer, one time use skill book or quest reward (bards college questline)
horses are usefull

item and loot balancing

travel to get what you like and develop strategies around items you possess
battles require preparation and timing
you find what you expect and more if you are lucky
only mundane items need to be replaced
weight of items should make more sense
better handeling of quest items

time affecting balancing

your options grow with time
seasons influencing the weather and temperature
realistic travel times
diseases can lead to more gameplay
spell learning takes time and roleplay
no instant connection to higher powers
come back another time if you draw attention
protect the innocent for times to come
crime will get you, better join
jailbreak is a thing now and you need more money or time
time aspect
mcm: change time
overhaul
the only crime overhaul for SE, ported from LE, reverts some USLEEP fixes according to https://www.reddit.com/skyrimmods/comments/9bq8qu/crime\overhaul_ported_to_sse_other_one_was_not/) there is a tutorial how to fix it
fixes
optional: religion
Wintersun has follower of Nocturnal: praying clears non-violent crime bounties up to X gold based on favor
optional: saving restriction

paste of time

gives options to do additional stuff and to avoid parts you don´t like as much
no rush through questlines or instant acommodation
choose what to do when you want to do it

optional hardcore playstyles

different kinds of experiences
defeats can lead to new adventures or time intensive recoveries
prepare or get stuck
followers will die and be honored
permadeath in custom games
write a journal and take screenshots
i recommend something like a cheap second monitor and extra software for this
darkened dungeons can leed to less exploration
Dynamic Immersive Seriously Dark Dungeons - SE
extensive war, vampire or werewolf integration
submitted by HumNatIsNotSocialism to skyrimmods [link] [comments]

The thing that grinds my gears with the NFS community [RANT]

This is gonna be a rant post, so buckle up and stay constructive!

I get it that you want the same experience from the older games, (tbh. I want that too) but you can still play the old games. They are still available, and probably are dirt cheap to buy.


"It will have drift to win. Developers apparently don't think players can handle normal grip physics."

"Also not that Forza type of drifting or else it will become simulator nfs aint a sim"

"Learn from forza please guys give us options don't make things fixed. Thanks in advance sincerely old nfs gamer"

"We don´t want this and we don´t want that and definetly remove these things from the new game because they are BORING!"
"JUST DO A REMAKE OF MW!"
You know what, I bet every fucking penny of mine, that if Ghost Games or any other developer remakes the whole game they would still dissapoint, just because in the mind of an old NFS gamer, they couldn´t get it right.

"Need For Speed: Most Wanted is the best game of the series because..."
Because of its cinematics?
Because of its gameplay?
Because it just worked?
And why haven´t they been able to replicate that for the last 14 years?

The old NFS games weren´t so rushed out like they are now.
Oh boy are you wrong. All of the games that made the NFS franchise as it is are not only rushed, they released them like machine gun fire:
NFS Underground 2003
NFS Underground 2 2004
NFS Most Wanted 2005
NFS Carbon 2006
NFS ProStreet 2007

And I sure don´t know why or what made the old games special, but I sure do know that throwing shit at a wall and calling it an argument isn`t supposed to help anybody.
But I sure as hell am frustrated about Ghost, but I also am frustrated and extremely dissapointed about us fans handeling this situation.
And I do not for the love of god want this series to end in a war full of shit being tossed at each other.

So please reevaluate the whole situation, and lets pray for NFS Heat.
submitted by C71pp3r to needforspeed [link] [comments]

Pre-vaporwave: a developmental timeline (LONG!)

OK, yeah...this is long. If you have the debilitating TL;DR Syndrome that results in a complete loss of mental composure due to exposure to more than two paragraphs of text, stop reading now and discuss your symptoms with your health care provider. There are medications that may help.
Aside of that, this grew out of a question some months back on here where someone asked me what the “lineage” for vaporwave actually is. Sooooo...I got started on this, and discovered that, in truth, there is a LOT of lineage there. In this timeline, I opted to look at developments that directly affect or inform the development of vaporwave that have occurred right up to the inception of the style. And yes, it does go all the way back to the concept of the melodic trope, as that is a clear ancestor of the practices of de/restructuring through existing material that is a major aspect of vaporwave. Some extramusical events are also noted here that are significant to vaporwave's overall concepts and which link together quite smoothly with the musical parts of the timeline at various points. And some of these linkages will doubtless be both revelatory and and informative.
Why is this significant? Basically, music does not occur in a vacuum (both literally and figuratively). And events in present-day music often have their causes at other points in music's history or from sources outside of music altogether. In vaporwave's case, this becomes particularly interesting and complex, as things which are relevant here often have less relevance to the pop music corpus which vaporwave often draws upon for its source material and aethetic. Part of this is likely due to vaporwave being a musical style which actually has more to do with experimental music, but also to the fact that vaporwave's development is so incredibly decentralized. As a result, it can be noted that the timeline starts to become very densely-packed as entertainment media assumes an ubiquitous role in worldwide society. This linkage makes perfect sense, however, when one considers what happens within vaporwave; the point that vaporwave exists as both a development from and reaction to entertainment media becomes quite clear as this timeline goes on.
So...here it is. Now, this doesn't cover every bit of minutae, but is intended more as a set of major “signposts”, events and developments which clearly move the direction of musical development toward the inception of vaporwave itself. As a result, there are certainly things that perhaps should be in here which are not...but then, that's what comment sections are for. Discuss, add to the discourse, and as that happens, everyone benefits from knowing/understanding more about vaporwave...and vaporwave itself benefits, as “lineage” tends to be viewed as critically-important in the study of music. And there is PLENTY to study...both in vaporwave and, as this shows, where vaporwave came from over a long span of time.
Approximately first half of 10th c.: In the monastery at St. Gallen (now in Switzerland) a manuscript is created that documents the “tropes”, or musical addenda, to the Liturgical Plainchant. A scanned facsimile can be found at https://www.e-codices.unifr.ch/en/list/one/csg/0484 These tropes are extra compositions and/or additions to be added to the longstanding chant forms that made up the Liturgy, creating a library of musical fragments which can be used amongst the Liturgy to generate variation on that core body of chant.
Mid-15th c.: A composer, presumably Antoine Busnois, writes a secular song called "L'homme armé". This “hit”, popular throughout Western Europe at the time, then finds its way into several dozen settings of the Mass as a “cantus firmus”, a melody that is recycled with ample variation into the polyphony of the Mass setting. Settings of this continue into the 16th c., when the practices of creating “parody masses” (masses based around a secular song) and troping in general are banned during the Counter-reformation at the Council of Trent. However, works based on the "L'homme armé" melody continue up into the present day; more about this at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%27homme_arm%C3%A9
Around 1600, Florence: Several composers, poets, and patrons of the arts devise a new artform by combining aspects of theatre, literature, music, and stagecraft to create opera. This new form, over a period of 400 or so years, eventually develops into an encompassing one that eventually goes beyond the stage, becoming the source for musical theatre in the late 19th century and, by extension, the staged pop music video, which began to appear in the mid-1950s; perhaps the best-known example from this time being Elvis Presley's “Jailhouse Rock”, a production number which was part of the 1957 Elvis movie of the same name and which today is perhaps more significant than the movie itself.
1611, Nagoya, Japan: Sukemichi Ito founds a kimono and lacquerware manufactory that, over time, becomes the oldest still-operating department store in the world, Matsuzakaya. Originally called Ito Gofuku, the firm's focus gradually shifted to retail sales in its first century and it became a Western-style department store in 1910.
17 July 1717, London, England: George Frideric Handel's “Water Music” is premiered during a cruise on the Thames hosted by King George I. As opposed to a proper concert setting, the orchestra for this work was placed on a barge towed behind the royal craft, as the work was intended as accompaniment for the river cruise and not the focus of the event itself. This is not only a significant date for ambient music, as it also is the premiere of a purely-background work of music, intended as such by the composer himself. Technically, this is where concepts such as Muzak begin, as well as the underlying precepts behind ambient music.
1787, Vienna, Austria: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart publishes his “Musikalisches Würfelspiel”, or “Musical Dice Game”, in which precomposed musical fragments are assembled into entire pieces of music through the use of chance procedures operated by dice throws. While there are previous examples of this, Mozart's version appears to have been the first to offer up a fully-formed “score” for the process, allowing “players” to restructure 272 bars of his work into completely new musical pieces. An online version of the work, a direct precursor to sampling processes, can be found and played at http://www.playonlinedicegames.com/mozart
February 1848, London, England: “The Communist Manifesto” by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels is first published. An analytical critique of class struggle and capitalism, the pamphlet became one of the most influential...and controversial...political documents in history, framing all of existing history to that point as a “history of class struggles” and examining how capitalist society continues to perpetuate this conflict.
Mid-19th c., Bayreuth, Germany: Richard Wagner conceives of the “gesamtkunstwerk” as a logical outgrowth of opera. While the term predates Wagner, he was the first to put the concept into practice, taking opera beyond its current constraints by demanding that the orchestra be hidden, by employing offstage musical forces, and by taking staging to a far more elaborate level which, eventually, required a complete reworking of the concept of the European opera house itself. Wagner's idea was to encourage artists to rely on hidden dream states and emotional responses to create works which both went beyond the separate aspects of opera and which also embodied the shadowy incompleteness of dreams, creating a unified spectacle both grounded in and divorced from mundane reality. This all-encompassing concept eventually finds its way into art in general by the end of the 19th century, informing visual artists, composers and some working in the new field of cinema.
1877, Menlo Park, New Jersey, USA: Thomas Alva Edison invents the phonograph. This device was capable of recording sound, which had already been demonstrated by numerous inventors prior to Edison's invention. These other recorders, however, were not capable of reproducing the recorded sound, making Edison's phonograph the first device to have the capability of storing audio for playback.
1889, Paris, France: Claude Debussy hears Javanese gamelan music for the first time at the Paris Exposition Universelle. This would mark the first time in which a composer of Western music would be directly influenced by non-Western musical forms. While prior examples of “musical exoticism” do exist, Debussy was less interested in gamelan music as a “gimmick” and much moreso as a source for expanding the vocabulary of Western composition. Not only would this encounter filter down through Western music to the present-day, it had a reverse influence on the Indonesian musicians, especially at Debussy's second encounter with this music at the 1900 Exposition; innovations in Javanese and especially Balinese music after 1900 are directly traceable to this encounter. More about this can be found at: https://symposium.music.org/index.php?option=com_k2&view=item&id=22:claude-debussys-gamelan&Itemid=124
1897, USA: Thaddeus Cahill patents his designs for the “Telharmonium”, now considered the first “synthesizer”, although the architecture of the instrument is more akin to that of the Hammond organ. Since the instrument predated the development of electronic amplification, it was built as a huge series of dynamos, required to generate the sizable voltages needed to serve the subscription service for Cahill's background music service which served New York City at the beginning of the 20th century. This led to the instrument's downfall, however, as the Telharmonium transmissions caused extensive interference on telephone circuits; Cahill's service was ended around 1912, which eventually led to the scrapping of the 200-ton instrument housed in Telharmonic Hall, located at 39th and Broadway in Manhattan. Laurens Hammond, a clockmaker, would later miniaturize concepts of the Telharmonium to create the Hammond organ about 15 years later, and this instrument would be far more successful due to its use of tube amplification and (relative) portability.
1900, Cobb Island, Maryland, USA: Reginald Fessenden begins his experiments with the transmission of audio via radio. This would culminate in his Xmas Eve experimental broadcast in 1906 from Brant Rock, Massachusetts of music and entertainment, the first such broadcast in history. This, basically, is the birth of the broadcast industry.
1913, Italy: Luigi Russolo publishes the manifesto “L'Arte dei Rumori”, or “The Art of Noises”, postulating a futuristic music based on replications of everyday noises. His response to the Industrial Revolution, the manifesto proposed that man, now used to complex sounds, would eventually turn toward a music constructed purely of noise. A year later, the premiere concert of this new music using special noise instruments which Russolo called “Intonarumori” would devolve into a riot. A single recording of two of these works, performed with Russolo's original instruments, was made in 1921, and these pieces can be heard at https://www.thereminvox.com/filemanagelist/12/ All of Russolo's original intonarumori were either lost or destroyed during World War II, but new versions of some have been recently built.
1915/16, New York City and Zurich, Switzerland: Several artists, including Marcel Duchamp, Tristan Tzara, Hugo Ball, Francis Picabia and numerous others, create Dada. Dada was an artistic movement that came about as a reaction to World War I, and artists and works produced by them rejected notions of logic, reason, then-current aesthetics, and bourgeois capitalism and consumerism. Dada subsequently sparked works of visual, musical, written and performance art that spurred the development of other art movements that rejected the then-current principles in the arts, such as surrealism and social realism while adopting a positive stance toward modernity and urban life. Dadaist works also made considerable use of methods that fit into the general heading of “sampling”, both visually and in some written works. However, its most visible musical proponent was Erik Satie, whose works played no small part in the development of ambient music; Satie's 1917 works of "Musique d'ameublement" or “furniture music” are considered the first such instances where music was composed for the deliberate purpose of being ignored as a sonic background.
1922, Staten Island, New York, USA: Gen. George Squier's new service, Wired Radio, Inc., debuts. Using the existing telephone network, the company offers home music delivery as a subscription service, but as radio becomes more commonplace as an free entertainment medium, Squier changed both the focus of the company and its name. So, in 1934, Squier's newly-rebranded Muzak company begins to offer his subscription service primarily to commercial clients.
14 December 1924: Ottorino Respighi's “The Pines of Rome” is premiered in that city. The third movement of that work requires the playback of a gramophone recording of a nightingale, with the composer specifying a specific model of playback (using a Brunswick Panatrope) and recording in the work's score. This is the very first instance of what is known as an audio sample being used in a musical work; in fact, in modern performances of this work, digital samplers are usually employed for this purpose.
1935, Berlin, Germany: AEG demonstrates the Model K1 Magnetophon, the first commercial tape recorder, at the Berlin Radio Show. While there had been prior “tape” machines, mot notably the very large and very dangerous Marconi-Stille steel razor-tape machines used by the BBC around this time, AEG was able to create a much smaller and more practical device by designing the K1 to use plastic-based tape stock. In subsequent years, German engineers continued to refine the machine to the point that it was used as a propaganda device, allowing radio broadcasts that seemed live to continue even at the height of combat during World War II. As such, the Magnetophon was viewed as an “enemy asset”, allowing for military personnel to confiscate ones used in broadcasting around the war's end. These confiscated Magnetophons became the basis for recording developments in the USA, UK, and France after WWII. Most importantly, the development of recording on plastic tape allowed engineers to physically edit the recordings, ostensibly for removing imperfections from performances, unlike either steel tape or gramophone lathe technology of that period.
1948, Paris, France: Broadcast engineer Pierre Schaeffer composes his “Cinq études de bruits” (Five Noise Studies) in which various recorded bits of audio (initially on disc, later on tape) are subjected to studio transformation processes, yielding the earliest pieces of what would be called “Musique concrète”, or music using pre-existing sounds. A notable example of this, the “Etude aux chemins de fer”, can be heard at https://archive.org/details/PierreSchaffertudeAuxCheminsDeFer. Schaeffer, in collaboration with the Club d'Essai (which eventually become the “Groupe de Recherches Musicales”, or GRM) and the French broadcast authority ORTF, would go on to create numerous devices and techniques for this new compositional medium. Many of these techniques still form the core of sampling technology today.
1949, Hollywood, California, USA. Bing Crosby, now the head of Ampex, gifts guitarist Les Paul with a Model 200A tape recorder, a device based on confiscated AEG Magnetophon technology. Paul's experiments with the machine eventually yield the single “Lover (When You're Near Me)”, released by Capitol Records in 1950. This track was created by Les Paul by using multitracking and overdubbing techniques developed by him, and stands as one of the very first significant uses of these tape techniques in music production. In later years, Les Paul would develop effects techniques such as tape delay and flanging, and worked with engineer Ross Snyder to develop Ampex's first multitrack tape machine. Along with this, Paul worked with the engineer Rein Narma to create the first multitrack mixing desk, as well as important sonic devices such as the first “look-ahead” audio compressors, the still-prized Fairchild 660 and 670.
1953/1954, Cologne, West Germany: Karlheinz Stockhausen, working in the new electronic music studio at Nord-West Deutsche Rundfunk in Cologne, composes the first fully-electronically-generated musical works, “Studie I & II”, which premiere on 19 October 1954. These two pieces, unlike previous “concrete” efforts, utilize sound spectra synthetically derived by electronic means, primarily using test equipment and broadcast tech, which alowed for empirical control over all aspects of sound. Stockhausen's Studies, as well as many of his subsequent electronic studio compositions, massively alter the course of music, setting in motion many later developments in music composition, music and recording technology, and altering general conceptions of how music can and should be created.
1955, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA: During a performance at the Shell Bar at the Hawaiian Village resort, a number of frogs in a pond in the semi-outdoor venue begin to make noises during a performance by Martin Denny and his lounge combo. When the group stopped, the frogs stopped. And when the group started up again, so would the frogs. But then, Denny began to receive audience requests to “play the song with the frogs”, so members of the group began to make simulated frog, bird, and other “jungle” noises amongst the music, in particular an arrangement of the Les Baxter tune “Quiet Village”. This arrangement of Baxter's song went on to sell over one million copies, and the concept of “exotica” was born. A fusion of easy listening, ethnic appropriations, lighter Latin jazz, and jungle ambiances, exotica became a major force in pop music in the USA at the end of the 1950s and the beginning of the '60s, but just as quickly disappeared when the British Invasion began in 1963. However, after the rediscovery of Denny's work in the late 1970s (by the likes of the pioneering Industrial group Throbbing Gristle, no less!), astute listeners began to realize that Martin Denny's work was part of the DNA of ambient music, with the group working to create a displaced tropical sensibility by inserting artificial “tropical” elements into basic lounge jazz.
October 1955, Luleå, Sweden: Shopping, the world's first completely enclosed shopping mall, opens. Built to allow indoor shopping in the severe Arctic weather of northern Sweden, the design by British architect Ralph Erskine was intended to bring the “city life” indoors during the winter. Shopping is still open to this day.
1957, Urbana, Illinois, USA: Lejaren Hiller, in collaboration with Leonard Isaacson, composes the “Illiac Suite”, the first composition to make large-scale use of a computer for composition. This work for string quartet used the ILLIAC I computer at the University of Illinois to generate the data which was then translated into musical notation for the performers. Alongside developments by Max Mathews at Bell Labs around the same time, this opened up music to the possibilities that computers could bring to composers as a tool for musical work.
1959, Paris, France: Authors William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin collaborate on the development of “cut-up technique”, an array of methods for deconstructing and reconstructing texts, although over time and further collaboration with other writers and artists the technique would grow to encompass visual art, tape recordings, computer-generated texts, and so on. Burroughs felt that the method allowed a “Third Mind” into a work, beyond that of the artist and his or her source material, and the book “The Third Mind” by himself and Gysin functions both as an anthology of their experiments as well as a manifesto for the technique itself.
1961, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, USA: Max Mathews works with Bell Labs engineers to have a computer generate both the background music and the vocal sounds for the song “Daisy Bell”. One of the people to hear this demonstration was the author Arthur C. Clarke, visiting a colleague of his at Bell Labs at the time. This encounter formed the basis for the song's use in Clarke and Stanley Kubrick's “2001: A Space Odyssey”, one of the first science-fiction films to look at the future in a realistic light, which would inspire futurist concepts up into the present day. But the demonstration also showed that a computer could be used to synthesize ALL aspects of a musical performance...including vocals. Developments stemming from this early work are now very much a part of present-day digital audio technology.
6 February 1961: Marty Robbins' single “Don't Worry” is released. The track contains six-string bass parts which were recorded by Nashville engineer Glen Snoddy through a defective preamplifier for the “fuzz” sound the problematic circuit caused. Over the next year, Snoddy and broadcast engineer Revis Hobbs of WSM collaborate on reverse-engineering the defective circuit as an guitar effect device. This was eventually issued by Maestro in 1962, and was known as the “FZ-1 Fuzz-Tone”, the first commercially-available fuzzbox. Sales of the unit were slow until Keith Richards used one on his guitar for the Rolling Stones' hit “(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction”. The FZ-1 is also interesting in that it was the first device sold for the purpose of degrading audio quality as an aesthetic choice.
1963, Wuppertal, West Germany: An exhibition by the composer Nam June Paik entitled “Exposition of Music – Electronic Television” opens, in which Paik shows several video sculptures which were made by using magnets and circuit alterations on everyday CRT televisions. A participant in the post-Dada art group Fluxus, Paik went on to explore video synthesis, combinations of electronic sculpture and performance art, videotape field recording, and robotics, in addition to theoretical work in the mid-1970s which helped to define the later development of the Internet. However, Paik's work with video was perhaps the most critical aspect, showing the artistic potential in intervening in and tampering with the various signals that make up video. And in a very real sense, Paik's work also laid important groundwork for the fields of glitch art and circuit bending.
1964, San Francisco, California and upstate New York, USA: At around the same time, two engineers set out to come up with the same solution to different problems. One, in California, starts to build a system of circuits to assist a group of tape music composers, and the other in New York was working on solving an issue with controlling electronic music circuits with voltages. Both of these men would lend their names to the synthesizers that resulted from these developments: Don Buchla and Robert Moog. The systems they devised would alter the landscape of music altogether, and would take the tedious and esoteric methods used ten years previously by Karlheinz Stockhausen and all electronic composers who would follow in his lead and condense them into playable musical instruments. With further developments in electronics yet to come, synthesizers would become smaller, portable, and eventually ubiquitous.
30 November 1967, Cologne, West Germany: Karlheinz Stockhausen's magnum opus for electronic and concrete sound “Hymnen” premiers in its version for 4-channel tape and soloists. Comprised of electronic soundscapes peppered with manipulated and transformed tape samples from national anthems, shortwave and other field recordings, and songs from around the world. The two-hour piece, in four movements, was intended as a “world portrait” in sound of mankind at that juncture in time. At the time, its length was groundbreaking, but its free combination of both pure electronic and concrete sounds was equally significant in breaking the barrier between these two directions in electronic music. And, coming at the time that it did, “Hymnen” elevated Stockhausen to something approximating rockstar status for several years, leading to offers of collaboration with the likes of the Beatles.
1968, Kingston, Jamaica: Osborne Ruddock, aka King Tubby, creates the first true “dub” mix from Slim Smith's “Ain't Too Proud to Beg” at Treasure Isle. Producer Bunny Lee encouraged Tubby to rework the track after an instrumental “version” of The Paragons' “On the Beach” caused a sensation at a Kingston sound system the previous evening. Not only would this become the birth of dub, but it was essentially the birth of remix culture in general, as innovations from the Jamaican dub scene went on to play a formative role in hiphop, house, techno, and more futuristic spins on the dub style that would begin to emerge in the 1990s.
October 1968: Columbia Records releases “Switched-On Bach”, a reworking of ten pieces by the Baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach, performed and multitracked by Walter (now Wendy) Carlos on an early Moog system. While there had been recordings of electronic works prior to the album's release, Carlos's efforts connected with the listening public partly due to the familiarity of the musical works that the new electronic sounds had been deployed in. The album makes the Moog a household word, goes on to become the first album of electronic music to sell one million copies, and attracts an immense amount of attention to electronic music from all quarters...most notably, from other musicians, who then become eager to work with the new instrument. This development spurs the emergence of new companies that start their own lines of electronic instruments, as well as the portability of the instruments themselves. This last factor is the beginning of the separation of the development of electronic music from academic and broadcasting institutions as the new portable synthesizers draw yet more attention and revenue, beginning the gradual democratization of electronic music in general.
29 October 1969, Los Angeles, California, USA: UCLA Prof. Leonard Kleinrock and his assistant Charley Kline become the first people to successfully send a message from one computer to another via an experimental US Department of Defense network, ARPANET. This event marks the beginning of what would come to be known as the Internet.
(1970 forward is below, as the doc appears to be a bit long for Reddit)
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Dieser Zug hat keine Bremsen

(München) – Nach dem missglückten Anschlagsversuch vom Montag in München, bei dem zwei Menschen ums Leben kamen und dutzende schwer verletzt wurden, geraten immer mehr Details über den dringend Tatverdächtigen Horst S. ans Licht. Wie Ermittlerkreisen zu entnehmen ist, soll sich der 70-jährige Deutsche Politarbeiter intensiv auf die Tat vorbereitet und dabei womöglich Unterstützung erhalten haben.
Bei einer Durchsuchung seiner Wohnung am Dienstag sei man auf umfangreiches Material gestoßen, das in unmittelbarem Zusammenhang mit der Tat stehe. Auf Nachfrage wollte die zuständige Polizeidirektion München II aus ermittlungstaktischen Gründen keine genaueren Angaben machen. Wie diese Zeitung aber von einer in der Sache vertrauten Person erfuhr, handele es sich unter anderem um detailgetreue Nachbildungen des als Tatwaffe verwendeten ICE-3 sowie eine in Szenekreisen als „Eisenbahnplatte“ bezeichnete Modellstrecke der Firma Märklin.
Märklin steht schon länger in der Kritik, die Abverkäufe und Exporte seiner Produkte nicht streng genug zu überwachen. Experten fordern daher seit geraumer Zeit einen Modellbahnführerschein, um die Zuverlässigkeit potentieller Käufer zu gewährleisten sowie entsprechende Gesetze für Hersteller, nur an Inhaber solcher Scheine liefern zu dürfen. In der Sache befragt, ließ man durch Pressesprecher Johann Riedel lediglich verlauten, dass man zwar den Missbrauch ihrer Produkte aufs schärfste verurteile, man bei Märklin aber nach geltendem Recht und Gesetz operiere. Die Verantwortung für die öffentliche Sicherheit liege „ganz klar“ beim Staat, so Riedel.
Horst S. war am Montag mit einem ICE-3 in offenbar terroristischer Absicht in den Hauptbahnhof München eingefahren und hatte dabei zwei Passanten, die sich trotz Ansage nicht hinter der Sicherheitslinie befanden, direkt mit dem Zug erfasst. Auf einem kurz vor der Tat veröffentlichten Video, das zwischenzeitlich im Netz kursierte, ist S. dabei zu sehen, wie er einen seiner Modellzüge ungebremst in eine Gruppe von Lego-Figuren fahren lässt und dabei ruft: "Tschuu, Tschuu, dieser Zug hat keine Bremsen!" - ein Ausruf, der auf den Vordenker-Zugstremisten Martin Schulz zurückgeht. Weiterhin finden sich in sozialen Netzwerken zahlreiche Fotos von S., wie er militant mit Modellwagons- und bahnen posiert.
Die Szenen, die an die Anleitung einer Modelleisenbahn erinnern, dienten offenbar der Vorbereitung auf den Anschlag und sollten Teil einer medialen Inszenierung werden - wir veröffentlichten sie hier ungekürzt. Bei der abgebildeten Moldelleisenbahn handelt es sich offenbar um dieselbe, die in seiner Münchener Wohnung gefunden wurde.
Es grenzt an ein Wunder, dass S., der sich wie der Schulz in der sogenannten ICE-L-Szene über Modellbahnmagazine und per Fax radikalisiert hatte, mit seinem Anschlag nicht mehr Opfer gefordert hat. Sein Versagen ist vor allem darauf zurückzuführen, dass er die Bahn pünktlich am Anschlagsziel einfahren ließ, weshalb nur wenige Menschen vor Ort waren. Auch Schulz war 2017 bei einem Attentat auf das politische Deutschland gescheitert, als er in seinem selbst gebauten „Schulzzug“ gegen eine Wand fuhr.
Unmittelbar nach dem Anschlag wurden, wie bereits nach dem Anschlag 2017, Forderungen danach laut, Personen im Umfeld von Zügen genauer zu beobachten, um früher einschreiten zu können. Renate Künast von den Grünen sagte auf dem Kurznachrichtendienst Twitter, es könne nicht sein, dass in einem Land wie Deutschland Tätern wie S. der Zugang zu Zügen oder Killerspielen wie dem „Euro Train Simulator“ so einfach gemacht werde und gleichzeitig eine Frühradikalisierung von Kindern und Jugendlichen im Kinderzimmer stattfinde. Kinder würden so auf spielerische Art an das Bedienen von Zügen herangeführt in dem Glauben „es sei normal, Züge führen pünktlich.“
Ermittlungen zu möglichen Hintermännern im Umfeld von S. laufen indes auf Hochtouren. Wie das Recherchenetzwerk Deutschland (RND) aus Aktenvermerken erfuhr, soll S. Mitglied des sogenannten Christ-Sozialen Untergrunds (CSU) sein – einer rechten Splittergruppe, die seit Jahrzehnten in Bayern operiert. In Verdacht steht in diesem Zusammenhang auch der Deutsche Andreas S., 45, sowie der Deutsche Alexander D. S. und D. sollen den Hauptbahnhof-Täter finanziell unterstützt haben und gehören beide zum CSU. Sie werden schon länger illegaler Geschäfte verdächtigt, die dazu dienen sollen, den CSU mit Schwarzgeld für seine Operationen zu versorgen. D. soll sich sogar einen Posten bei der Deutschen Bahn verschafft haben, um mögliche Anschlagsziele auszukundschaften.
Unterstützer des CSU finden sich aber auch außerhalb Bayerns und sollen sogar bis in das Umfeld von Bundeskanzlerin Angela Merkel reichen. Oppositionsparteien fordern deshalb seit Jahren eine Beobachtung durch den Verfassungsschutz. Auf einer kurzfristig einberufenen Pressekonferenz der Bundesregierung bat Regierungssprecher Steffen Seibert um Verständnis, dann man erst einmal die polizeilichen und staatsanwaltlichen Ermittlungen abwarten müsse und sich bis dahin „nicht an Spekulationen beteiligen“ werde. Kanzlerin Merkel wollte sich nicht persönlich in der Sache äußern.
Den ursprünglichen Post gibt's hier.
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The Son of W.A.Y. - Songwriting Plans (Parodies / Filk / Contrafacta) (Planned Songs 501-750)

Due to the 40,000 character limit for this text field, my list of songwriting plans have to be divided up into groups of 250 at a time.
My list of conceived and planned songs, thus far. The ones with finished lyrics are in bold.

MY PLANNED SONGS (parodies / filk / contrafacta)

Number Parody Title Original's Title Original’s Artist Original's YT link
501. I Am Not a Drug Dealer You Are the New Day King's Singers https://youtu.be/J3LduXNeicY
502. She Said I Don't Care Walk Right In The Rooftop Singers https://youtu.be/SQD1Jsj1d3w
503. Colbert Hills Nuthin' But A G Thang Dr. Dre feat. Snoop Dogg https://youtu.be/iEXI9tdXgyI
504. All About the Grumman LLVs 5 Minute Vocal Warm Up Author Unknown; Jacobs Vocal Academy https://youtu.be/YCLyAmXtpfY
505. None Of Your Business JG Wentworth Bus Opera JG Wentworth (artists unknown) https://youtu.be/Ac6nvveeFeU
506. The Book of Timothy Christmas Day Is On Its Way Cynthia Gray https://youtu.be/fa1Z_xd60IQ
507. You Are Begging The Locomotion Little Eva https://youtu.be/lNNW0SPkChI
508. About Slot Machines Alphabet Friends Tammy Tiger https://youtu.be/l828gFRKneU?t=38
509. A Dead Automaker It's A Long Way To Tipperary Nathan Lay https://youtu.be/gs5IH76mwCM
510. Menarche The Nutcracker March Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky https://youtu.be/h1j5IxOPXdY
511. Madurai (The Madurai, India Tourism Jingle) El Shaddai Amy Grant https://youtu.be/DuXB1a3NBCw
512. Ketoacidosis Jack & Jill Traditional; original author unknown; The Funsong Band https://youtu.be/Uj951GuBEGE
513. Nang-Nang Der Fuehrer's Face Spike Jones https://youtu.be/lWF8iRCan7I
514. Downtown Buildings In The 1890s Super Mario Bros. 2 Theme Koji Kondo, Smooth McGroove https://youtu.be/RG5Vqcn2mKw
515. Jeju-do (Jeju Island Tourism Jingle) Simple & Clean Utada Hikaru https://youtu.be/v0xbO5LAnjc
516. Reign of Saddam Shawtys Like a Melody In My Head Iyaz / Sean Kingston https://youtu.be/A69G_9-bo-Y
517. Wenatchee, Washington (Wenatchee Tourism Jingle) The Teddy Bear's Picnic Bing Crosby https://youtu.be/IrvkHAxnjzI
518. $139 a Month In My Merry Oldsmobile Bing Crosby https://youtu.be/iJtWLMrtf1k
519. (That Game Is) Called Ingress My Name Is Eminem (Marshall Mathers) https://youtu.be/sNPnbI1arSE
520. Events of 1941 Softly and Tenderly Alan Jackson https://youtu.be/t5GjRHG3YMk
521. Playing A Movie Moonlight Serenade Glenn Miller https://youtu.be/Mr7Tu5UlrhE
522. Insufficient Out-of-Class Preparation Mickey Mouse March Jimmie Dodd https://youtu.be/SsuaW7s40HI
523. It's a Coin Cavalerie Django Reinhardt https://youtu.be/awatR70hl8M
524. Chasong Tourism Jingle The Dark World (The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past) Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/BStjuHfP238
525. Leave Me Alone Ed Stinn Chevrolet background jingle Ed Stinn https://youtu.be/j9zGZkBDIGk
526. Events of 1989 Enter Sandman Metallica https://youtu.be/1ixKdkMWzFA
527. Events of 1981 Don't Stop Believin' Journey https://youtu.be/T1Nt6u1Ld2A
528. Tochigi Prefecture (The Tochigi Prefecture Tourism Jingle) Lost Woods Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/NU75uz0b8EU
529. Not Even An Ounce of Laughter Zelda Overworld Theme Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/CgAEMZBRGI0
530. The San Diego Tourism Jingle Surfin' USA The Beach Boys https://youtu.be/EDb303T-B1w
531. About Penn Station Super Mario Bros. 2 Overworld Theme Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/-ABhoWAeKBs
532. Barbra Streisand Star Trek: The Next Generation Theme Jerry Goldsmith, Alexander Courage, Dennis McCarthy https://youtu.be/p5kcBxL7-qI
533. The One Who Trolls Hallelujah Chorus George Frideric Handel https://youtu.be/VI6dsMeABpU
534. The Iceland Tourism Jingle Winter's Wonderful Foxy & Friends https://youtu.be/T-6KcD47HeE
535. Africa Would Be An Economic Colossus (If Dictatorships Worked) Africa Toto https://youtu.be/qKaXt1PYKXk
536. Quietus Star Truck Driver's Sweetheart Kitty Wells https://youtu.be/urR8GDBQ0rQ
537. If You Don't Smoke Cigarettes, That's Good Santa Claus Is Coming To Town The Countdown Kids https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWv72L4wgCc
538. It Won't Make A Difference Life Ain't Easy Cleopatra https://youtu.be/1OZp_YixQSI
539. 83¢ Taxi Fare Whistle While You Work Frank Churchill and Larry Morey https://youtu.be/kE1LsYATBRY
540. Working at Collins Bus It Was A Good Day Ice Cube https://youtu.be/1uvw8BxspgM
541. Walking & Talking Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles NES Sewer Theme Konami https://youtu.be/ZbDf3BL-IPc
542. Eating A Hot Dog Mommy & Daddy Song Schmoyoho (The Gregory Brothers) https://youtu.be/OOVeDwFLd1Q
543. Hysterectomy Friend Like Me Will Smith https://youtu.be/1at7kKzBYxI
544. Brash-a-Brashy-Brash Stilt Village (Donkey Kong Country 3) David Wise(?) https://youtu.be/9SCMgBkHb_8
545. What Happens When You Get An F Boss Boogie (Donkey Kong Country 3) Eveline Fischer https://youtu.be/YsoXw3LPK74
546. Little Moloch It Girl Jason Chen & Megan Nicole https://youtu.be/Zp7tQ0kzz50
547. Decline Tuesday's Gone Lynyrd Skynyrd https://youtu.be/iFNbTdLfBwQ
548. Medicare For All La La La Bert & Ernie, CTW, Joe Raposo https://youtu.be/NpWA7DvUUoI
549. Mortgage Fraud For The Longest Time Billy Joel https://youtu.be/_izt7vlJKM0
550. Mr. Bugaisie K-K-K-Katy Jon English / Marlborough Singers https://youtu.be/UFTenAO53aE
551. A $22,000 House Always Look On The Bright Side of Life Eric Idle / Monty Python https://youtu.be/kE186w91YVU
552. Ativan (Ativan marketing jingle) Road to Fuchsia City from Lavender Town Junichi Masuda https://youtu.be/AP5QgCiOEaY
553. Hoary Mattekar Robe 50 Pokemon Road Junichi Masuda https://youtu.be/swRft1uODd8
554. 22 July Oslo Bombing La Marseillaise Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle https://youtu.be/221UWotqwdo
555. Orbital Road to Fuchsia City from Lavender Town Junichi Masuda https://youtu.be/7kIeveiCWUw
556. Bibimbap Song 10008; Subway Song (Sim City 2000) Sue Kasper, arranged by Brian Conrad and Michael Perry https://youtu.be/zi9Zpx2dkxM
557. Ballad of Felix Tropschuh The Toy Trumpet Raymond Scott https://youtu.be/C_1rsJo6TNE
558. Events of 1928 Springfield Stomp Cecil Scott & His Bright Boys https://youtu.be/tzFdAskR_X4
559. What It's Like To Be Blind Turkey In The Straw David W. Guion https://youtu.be/CUy-AJRpaSM
560. Mrs. Counts When You Wish Upon A Star Leigh Harline & Ned Washington https://youtu.be/QbCmjRdFKDs
561. Rabbit Ears Victory In Jesus E.M. Bartlett https://youtu.be/eGq0J9IGmxQ
562. Turn Left Onto North Plum Street Kookaburra Sits In The Old Gum Tree Marion Sinclair https://youtu.be/p2VitpGRalw
563. North Korean Candy Fruits Candy Megumi Kojima https://youtu.be/WnfJZuxZH7w
564. Back In 1900 SimCity Village Theme Soyo Oka https://youtu.be/HPcP8MRh8r4
565. When You Scratch His Neck Super Mario 64 Carousel Theme Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/9i0vzlGLCw4
566. Watch People Survive I Will Survive Gloria Gaynor https://youtu.be/ZBR2G-iI3-I
567. Armando Martinez Owarinai Yume (Endless Dream) Hiroshi Shibasaki, Nanase Aikawa https://youtu.be/dlpCIm8J8bI
568. Perma-flooded City Shinjitsu no Uta Do As Infinity https://youtu.be/7UvdKt3hLNM
569. Ballad of Celadon Trucking Celadon City Theme Mykah, Junichi Masuda https://youtu.be/fjQ0SkyL5kA
570. It Came Back As "Proceed" As The Deer Dan Gardner, Integrity's Hosanna! Music https://youtu.be/UZv3jzOTE70
571. We're Looking For Universal People Party In The USA Miley Cyrus https://youtu.be/8rLTERuuxm4
572. Ballad of Pope John Paul I Danse Macabre Camille St. Saens https://youtu.be/71fZhMXlGT4
573. Typhoon Kalmaegi Call Me Maybe Carly Rae Jepsen https://youtu.be/fWNaR-rxAic
574. Packard's Warranty Repairs Queen of Hearts Juice Newton https://youtu.be/P0DK-0fIKCw
575. That Is What People Sounded Like In 1983 Virginia Company Alan Menken & Steven Schwartz https://youtu.be/s0Sx6aMrBPQ
576. Wrinkled District Attorney Simple Things Randy Travis https://youtu.be/wrp0ZSzFJzk
577. Events of 1962 Barber of Seville Gioachino Rossini https://youtu.be/OloXRhesab0
578. The Corporation and Capitalization Barbie Girl Aqua https://youtu.be/ZyhrYis509A
579. The Pace of Debra Webb Under the Sea Samuel E. Wright, Howard Ashman and Alan Menken https://youtu.be/nQV7DKBqGdk
580. Events of 2018 Te Las Cu Inima Cleopatra Stratan https://youtu.be/Qb-xM5yF5ck
581. Ames, Iowa Prince Ali Howard Menken, Howard Ashman https://youtu.be/_EVlNhmTEPI
582. Archenland The Muffin Man Ella Fitzgerald (?) https://youtu.be/f530knS807Y
583. Autobianchi Abarth "Matlock" theme Dick DeBenedictis, Artie Kane https://youtu.be/xJdP2H07To4
584. Just One Big John Jimmy Dean https://youtu.be/KnnHprUGKF0
585. If You Get a DUI The Muffin Song TomSka feat. Schmoyoho https://youtu.be/LACbVhgtx9I
586. Cow Creek Benny Hill Theme James Rich, Randolph Boots, Leslie Mark Hill https://youtu.be/MK6TXMsvgQg
587. Hurry Up, Let's Go Sleigh Ride Amy Grant, Anderson Leroy, Mitchell Parish https://youtu.be/kXXUXgaMtDY
588. Chicken Wings Little Drummer Boy Katherine K. Davis. Henry Onorati and Harry Simeone https://youtu.be/DT1fA59oH7Q
589. Spiralopolis What a Friend We Have In Jesus Charles Crozat Converse, William Bolcom, Alan Jackson https://youtu.be/8SCorW9r_Is
590. Events of 1972 Lord Mr. Ford Jerry Reed https://youtu.be/cUcVUpGOejM
591. Pulled Over By Police Kakariko Village Theme Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/KxuFM4z9EJ0
592. About Communism Imperial March (Star Wars) John Williams https://youtu.be/YMvcCfs8mf8
593. Ballad of Betsy DeVos Mrs. Robinson Simon & Garfunkel https://youtu.be/9C1BCAgu2I8
594. The Crying Song The Muffin Song TomSka feat. Schmoyoho https://youtu.be/C5PTd2NG-oY
595. Sky's Gourmet Tacos Friday Rebecca Black, Ark Music Factory https://youtu.be/DPVTl9K0lqc
596. Get A Life, Quit Callin' Me Loz's Symphony Shonky Brothers / Lozzobear https://youtu.be/G0IQejn0nZ8
597. Brooke Tears Of A Clown Smokey Robinson & The Miracles https://youtu.be/ZaMX0Cs5Bc4
598. MGM Grand The Entertainer Scott Joplin https://youtu.be/g8syRhvSZdk
599. MCS Computers Soul Bossa Nova Quincy Jones https://youtu.be/0t0fZeySNck
600. Tale of the Compassionate Canadians Carry Me Hillsong https://youtu.be/RxbHV8vumQ0
601. Wanbli Soul Bossa Nova Quincy Jones https://youtu.be/IodZ9OSx8NY
602. Ostfold County Rebecca Black's Puzzlecraft Commercial Composer Unknown https://youtu.be/-rulD_SB6Lw
603. We Do Simple Bankruptcies Seinfeld Theme Kitsch & Camp, Johnathan Wolff https://youtu.be/RH2Wz9MqqGI
604. Dr. Lexus Nutcracker March Pyotr Ilyich Tchalovsky, George Balanchine https://youtu.be/maWN1MH9za4
605. Ballad of Pan Am Sim City "Town" Theme Soyo Oka, Maxis & Tryphen https://youtu.be/dzL5W8regZY
606. You Weren't Catching On Kids Are Music Ruth Artman / Unison Choir https://youtu.be/6EVwcWwzP8o
607. Safe & Sacred Space Always Look On The Bright Side of Life Monty Python / Eric Idle https://youtu.be/r0kvTBbBbbY
608. St. God's (St. God's Memorial Hospital) JG Wentworth Commercial: Bus Opera JG Wentworth (composers unknown) https://youtu.be/FbQt8pYUY6Q
609. Gigglebarn Soul Bossa Nova Quincy Jones https://youtu.be/y-ndMMYhmi0
610. The Groke Pokémon Ice Path / Dark Cave Theme Game Freak / Bauerklos Music https://youtu.be/niVQswwPqec
611. Go See A Bankruptcy Attorney He's a Tramp Oliver Wallace https://youtu.be/KhJcyrkfjQg
612. Gasoline-Powered Grummans Super Mario World: Bonus Screen Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/VJ5kHxRN5Tw
613. Books of Baruch Gasoline Gus And His Jitney Bus Billy Murray https://youtu.be/WSu8GHeFy-w
614. Wish Bomb Swing Doors Allan Gray https://youtu.be/VeD8USz_jVg
615. Class of 2029 Enter Sandman Metallica https://youtu.be/YxRxd8aNd6I
616. South Sudan In My Merry Oldsmobile Billy Murray https://youtu.be/BFruHQJeaRg
617. Obama You Can't Do That On Television Intro / Theme CJOH-TV https://youtu.be/7G5AMVDh7OY
618. Whatever Turns You On What The World Needs Now Burt Bacharach https://youtu.be/qGk8y9fu7N4
619. Doc Glasgow Blocked Doc Glasgow On Dunlops One Little Candle Niña Girado https://youtu.be/071jv4FQ47M
620. John McCain & Palin Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer Elmo & Patsy https://youtu.be/MgIwLeASnkw
621. Please End My Pain He Never Failed Me Yet Robert Ray https://youtu.be/_DlV-F_iMOw
622. Teedly Bom Bom He'd Have To Get Under Billy Murray https://youtu.be/bV1Nkruquwg
623. Presidential Primaries Oh! Dem Golden Slippers Carolina Cotton https://youtu.be/4VzPBbb31S0
624. You've Gotta Rotate (Stocking's Not The Straight-Up Putting Away Of Items) Dumb Ways To Die McCann-Erickson / Metro Trains https://youtu.be/hFcr3eBKJO0
625. Feminazi Paparazzi Lady Gaga https://youtu.be/6nIvBI2_hSY
626. Count The Seconds Count Your Blessings Ann Williamson, Irving Berlin https://youtu.be/mxbQO3XRMQc
627. Back In Ancient Times On The Lone Prairie Christian Larson https://youtu.be/xI3O9fMX3nE
628. Edelweiss, The Mark of a (True) German Soldier Yankee Doodle Dr. Richard Shuckburgh https://youtu.be/W3mMMqT5Xss
629. (Oh,) I Don't Know Time Marches On Tracy Lawrence https://youtu.be/fLNMrcZtKbA
630. Plymouth Brethren Father Abraham Petrus Antonius Laurentius Kantner ("Pierre" Kartner) https://youtu.be/j21aPIbmIts
631. Jessica Beemer's Ballad I Just Can't Wait To Be King Disney (Elton John, Tim Rice, Jason Weaver, Laura Williams, Rowan Atkinson) https://youtu.be/uBY-9xLGaw8
632. Ballad of Lyndsay Ballard Earth Angel The Penguins https://youtu.be/uBY-9xLGaw8
633. Sturdy Iron Key Panzer General - Major Victory Doug Brandon https://youtu.be/E38CyUheXgA
634. Sometime Today I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher https://youtu.be/ylGrQVL774k
635. Trader Joe's Jessie's Girl Rick Springfield https://youtu.be/qYkbTyHXwbs
636. Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods Saranghaneun Iege (To My Loved One) Tae-Chun Jeong & Eun-Ok Park https://youtu.be/IXP8wF3ZFoI
637. She Was Real Upset Noozles Reijirō Koroku https://youtu.be/WIU1DuNYHYI
638. Muri Means Impossible God Bless America Irving Berlin https://youtu.be/-z5hD38Bs8Y
639. One-Hundred Thousand Miles Muppet Show Theme Sam Pottle https://youtu.be/frLLDNjelLs
640. Events of 1969 Sugar Sugar The Archies https://youtu.be/C7T4aQMxTTM
641. Dogs Who Died I Am A Child Of God Naomi W. Randall and Mildred Tanner Pettit https://youtu.be/JOrcqqpHCt8
642. That Is Just Self-Harm Osama Bin Laden's Dead Tim Whybrow https://youtu.be/YfT9a3deYfM
643. Cost Of Doin' Business Taking Care Of Business Bachman Turner Overdrive https://youtu.be/NCIUf8eYPqA
644. All About Andrew Yang Celebration (Qing Zhu) Rainie Yang https://youtu.be/l-g9qlEgkMQ
645. Nanosubmarines Yellow Submarine The Beatles https://youtu.be/m2uTFF_3MaA
646. The Fall (the transport from Total Recall) Two By Two (Book of Mormon on Broadway) Trey Parker, Robert Lopez and Matt Stone https://youtu.be/3SvANeOFWAU
647. MorbidQuestions The Dark World (The Legend of Zelda) Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/Ye5TV9pa_4Y
648. Stickler For The Quality Of Food It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas Johnny Mathis https://youtu.be/3z-YAN4Duew
649. Pinterest Just Around The Riverbend Alan Menken & Stephen Schwartz https://youtu.be/RRIeIc_HPLY
650. Demichev Savages Alan Menken & Stephen Schwartz https://youtu.be/lw-hIRubQ0w
651. The Vild Fanclubbery Nickelodeon Guts Theme Rick Witkowski https://youtu.be/1Tu7AOaILyY
652. OCCK Ooh Ahh (My Life Be Like) Grits (feat. Toby Mac) https://youtu.be/sx-LbVIZTIc
653. He Has Got No Teeth Pokemon Johto Theme PJ Lequerica https://youtu.be/OYbDnixcYDE
654. Delta Chi's Standards Are Low Cruis'n World - Car & Stage Select Steve Duckworth (presumably) https://youtu.be/nvEPLKtkwoA
655. Walk the Rest of the Way Ancient of Days Ron Kenoly https://youtu.be/HBcP1ICgUIM
656. The Mukden Incident The Legend of Zelda Title Screen Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/uyMKWJ5e1kg
657. Porch Pirates Det Er Jul eMMa (Emma Gunnarsen) https://youtu.be/PWNSwPY9WU0
658. Hand-Up Ministries Don't Stop Me Now Queen https://youtu.be/HgzGwKwLmgM
659. Math 642 Sugar Pie Honey Bunch Four Tops / Temptations https://youtu.be/Uwh2QloOnS0
660. They Left No Tip I'll Be There Jackson 5 https://youtu.be/W-apaIOOoAo
661. Faith Tabernacle Come, Now Is The Time To Worship Brian Doerksen https://youtu.be/NPWq8eM4lu8
662. Shianne Just Got Fired Egao No Genki SMAP https://youtu.be/8KpOKaqH-Ow
663. Brachioplasty Subtraction in Action Meggie & Turtle (Golden Step Ahead) https://youtu.be/pjYgffZAd7U (start at 26:15)
664. Ballad of Donald Trump Streets of New York Billy Murray https://youtu.be/6fpxGvWAFNc
665. Ballad of Rip Blazckowicz Sweet & Lowdown George Gershwin https://youtu.be/VqCn_NjV7gI
666. It's The Coronavirus Come Josephine In My Flying Machine Ada Jones & Billy Murray https://youtu.be/eFZDB6DqAnA
667. So Many Future Dead People Christmas Don't Be Late Ross Bagdasarian Sr. https://youtu.be/w51zeolzwDc
668. Harbor Freight Teddy Bears' Picnic John Walter Bratton & Jimmy Kennedy https://youtu.be/dZANKFxrcKU
669. Here's How You Can Help Find A Cure For That Disease Cruel Angel's Thesis Neko Oikawa (Lyrics), Hidetoshi Satō (Composition), Toshiyuki Ōmori (Arrangement) https://youtu.be/A6r79HxmKw8
670. Ballad of Jared Marston K-K-K-Katy Billy Murray https://youtu.be/z06_XLeoapw
671. Working At McDonald's Yoshi's Island Theme (Super Mario World) Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/_50vhftK66I
672. Tale of Amos Swepston K-K-K-Katy Billy Murray https://youtu.be/Zd14ynJyE3k
673. Breivik Worshippers Engler I Sne (Angels In Snow) eMMa (Emma Gunnarsen) https://youtu.be/ABKsNTo9s9o
674. Comeuppance In Spades The Lord Is My Light Text: James Nicholson, 1828–1876, Music: John R. Sweney, 1837–1899 https://youtu.be/flCGIGWCv9w
675. The Feels On That One SimCity soundtrack: City Theme Soyo Oka https://youtu.be/BV-GwS84dsM
676. The Exploding Kazon The Angry Beavers Theme Charlie Brissette https://youtu.be/NKyji0Zx0dQ
677. Tale of Aaron Aylor La Marseillaise (French National Anthem) Claude Joseph Rouget de Lisle https://youtu.be/5g4fhqCSdLQ
678. Born In The Year 2000 Shake Your Booty Flavor Flav https://youtu.be/livwbIqNlBc
679. I'm Sorry, But We Don't Talk Anymore Hot Time In The Town of Berlin Bing Crosby, The Andrews Sisters, Vic Shoen https://youtu.be/QrVaObffYNw
680. Parent PLUS Loans Most Popular Girl Theresa & The Weirz https://youtu.be/qlgqCrqS5Ao
681. BestGore.com Pessimistic Character With The Crabapple Face Bing Crosby https://youtu.be/UWGj-12sYYQ
682. $2.82 to the End of the Month Istanbul, Not Constantinople Nat Simon / They Might Be Giants https://youtu.be/acl2PzYqTIo
683. The Mafia Sweet And Low Down George Gershwin https://youtu.be/Twxfv6woges
684. Rules (Are) Still True I Like Chinese Monty Python https://youtu.be/NH2P_pVze6s
685. Manly Beach A Cowboy Needs A Horse George Bruns https://youtu.be/d3_3Ri3QaiU
686. You'd Better Not Be Asking Me For Money Air on a G-String Johann Sebastian Bach https://youtu.be/EPrKqbctx8U
687. Ballad of the News of the World Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye Steam https://youtu.be/QaG2Acg8n60
688. Murdoc Plop, Plop, Fizz, Fizz Thomas W. Dawes https://youtu.be/iENQXIQ8wH0
689. Grandiosa (Norwegian pizza brand) Shout Your Lungs Out The Beets https://youtu.be/8-HXWN7furw
690. Study In Norway / University of Oslo (University of Oslo Recruitment Jingle) Who Let The Dogs Out Baha Men https://youtu.be/eFVi-j-yIr0
691. Widdershins A Cowboy Needs A Horse George Bruns https://youtu.be/jSKgxoN5C9U
692. Wainscotting Wing-Wing-Wing Eun-Ok Park https://youtu.be/uaP8_eC_VTw
693. Disgruntled Motorists Speed Limit Smoking Patterns https://youtu.be/G8rYGRsnxOA
694. You Weren't Catching On Kids Are Music Ruth Artman / Unison Choir https://youtu.be/slUzKT-TVf0
695. It Came Back As "Non-Proceed" Rock Of Ages Augustus M. Toplady https://youtu.be/gM7gt_cSxjw
696. Man, I'm Old Am I Wrong Nico & Vinz https://youtu.be/bg1sT4ILG0w
697. Ballad of Adam Valle Keep Away From The Fellow Who Owns An Automobile Gene Greene, Charley Straight https://youtu.be/gQYRCoDlKzA
698. Felony Jobs Little Drummer Boy Harry Simeone Chorale https://youtu.be/R6vGGKchcdQ
699. Here For My W-2 Panzer General Major Victory Jingle Strategic Simulations, Inc. https://youtu.be/E38CyUheXgA
700. Tale of Alex Navarro Mine, Mine, Mine Alan Menken https://youtu.be/0OGI379xqc0
701. If Your Feet Had Its Own Personality It's Easy, M'Kay Trey Parker and Marc Shaiman https://youtu.be/33trNcuuOwg
702. Grumpy Man Baby Shark Pinkfong https://youtu.be/XqZsoesa55w
703. Who Killed The Electric Car Video Killed The Radio Star Buggles https://youtu.be/Iwuy4hHO3YQ
704. Poor Ol' Nimrod Thinks It's A Cadillac (P.O.N.T.I.A.C.) She'll Be Coming 'Round The Mountain Daniel Kallman https://youtu.be/g9eRTAK8qBE
705. You Are Not A Good Fit Saranghaneun Iege Jeon Tae-Chun & Bak Eun-Ok https://youtu.be/oTLcDvu49sc
706. Manicotti This Land Is Your Land Woody Guthrie https://youtu.be/AePCvFrggZM
707. Gynecomastia Don't Fear The Reaper Blue Oyster Cult https://youtu.be/Dy4HA3vUv2c
708. Get A Life The Happy Wanderer (Valderi, Valdera) Bill Staines https://youtu.be/ShmrIlBL8Yw
709. Molon Labe Jesus Loves Me Reba McEntire https://youtu.be/yb9ckUIAlLI
710. 2900 Acres Road Carry On, My Wayward Son Kansas https://youtu.be/P5ZJui3aPoQ
711. Oh, Future Dead Man Jesus Loves Me Anna Bartlett Warner and William Batchelder Bradbury https://youtu.be/KBALcN701NU
712. Pipe Dreams Super Mario Bros. 3 Sky Land Ground Theme Koji Kondo https://youtu.be/pvmI6yGO4W0
713. You Must Practice Social Distancing In My Heart There Rings A Melody Elton Roth https://youtu.be/BqXBm5-Y_kI
714. Ligg I Ro Let It Go Kristen Anderson-Lopez, Robert Lopez, Idina Menzel https://youtu.be/moSFlvxnbgk
715. Kim Yo-jong This Is The Day Les Garret https://youtu.be/IRLxugEtqx8
716. He Needs 5 Dollars To Buy Milk Do Lord Johnny Cash https://youtu.be/plA2vi7mWc0
717. Assemblies of God This Is The Day Fijian folk melody https://youtu.be/GuVZOzUx0No
718. Hydroxychloroquine Hail To The Chief James Sanderson https://youtu.be/Pe8FnYVSX0Y
719. He's Supposedly Going Cross-Eyed Sing Sweet Nightingale Mack David, Jerry Livingston, Al Hoffman https://youtu.be/clTstasvcX4
720. The "Karen" Jingle FreeCreditReport.com used car commercial Experian https://youtu.be/wzPkhOofXVs
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