September 12, 2006

Diamond Dave's Treatise On CD Marketing...

by Chris Randall

I know I said I was done with this fucktard, but it's just too fun. "Not a problem."



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Sep.13.2006 @ 11:23 AM
D' MacKinnon matter how big a monitor is, he can order it for me. I was stupid with go with newegg this whole time.

Sep.13.2006 @ 2:07 PM
Dave McAnally
Hasn't he had a cold pretty much ever since he started dropping tours of his studio? And I will go on record right now and say that whatever "cold" he's catching looks like the most awesome cold EVAR.

Awesome DD T shirt slogan:

"rec is my life plus im a fun guy."


Sep.13.2006 @ 2:23 PM
Dave McAnally
Just saw this from one of the comments on his vid:

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too many kids they play word games
they think they know the facts about diamondave103
they know little. warning this web page has alot of cyberbullys i fell in to there trap but i wised up to adamjay he is big cyberbully plus he works in groups of three to six persons they just want to get you mad and play with your head and play words plus post things you that you did not chat about.get.the world should be warned about this.these guys are kids.



Sep.13.2006 @ 2:42 PM
Chris Randall
Kids? Dollars to donuts I'm older than that fucknut.

I'll own up to the bully part, though. ;-)



Sep.13.2006 @ 4:11 PM
i really wasn't going to look again, but i just had to. i like when he says 'if you're a radio station and you need music, we got some music heheheheh'

didn't know that's how it works at those big radio stations. i can hear the program director now; 'hey guys? you know, we need some more music to play on the radio. i know! let's call that guy down in Belize. he has some music cds.'


Sep.13.2006 @ 4:17 PM
Dave McAnally
Not just a bully, but a Cyberbully.

Does that make us all Cyberpunks?


Sep.13.2006 @ 5:00 PM
Chris Randall
Well, Dave, in your case, a CyberDrunk, but I take your point.



Sep.13.2006 @ 5:17 PM
I thought I read in a previous comments section that Diamond Dave actually had been pirating local (Belize) bands. There was a newspaper article about it, something about a up-and-coming rock group who saw badly photocopied/burned versions of their CD in a shop and tracked it back to Diamond Dave, who hid behind Belize's nonexistent copyright enforcement to justify making a profit off other people's hard work and creativity.

Wait, here it is- the band's name is the Punta rebels:
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So that's what he does with all that equipment.


Sep.13.2006 @ 5:36 PM
That dude really need to go on drug rehab.

Sep.13.2006 @ 6:23 PM
penzoil washington
Still, Diamond Dave has the undeniable virtue of making everyone feel grateful they are someone else.

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