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Not really big on fanfic writing, but when I'm in the mood I'll jot something down from time to time. I'd much rather frequent sites like YouTube, DeviantArt, and Facebook

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Derpyvania: Symphony of the Muffin - Comic Reading by UniqueSKD and TheDizzyDan (aka; CreepPastaSalad) · 7:31pm Nov 18th, 2017

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I used Audacity for the first time in AGES to change the pitch of your voice to make it sound a bit more feminine. Also did the same to my voice. I think considering my limited knowledge when it comes to using Audacity, it turned out okay.

The pitch change was the most obvious. Was there any other utility you used, by any chance?

Yeah. My webcam.

I mean I don't exactly have any of that new shiny high-tech stuff the cool kids are buying with their dead parent's insurance money these days, Dan my boy. It 's not only expensive, it's also not worth installing on a laptop that cocks up now and then.

I meant in changing the voices in Audacity. :rainbowlaugh:

Oh. Then no. Nothing else, really.

You are certainly an odd duck, you know that, Unique? :rainbowlaugh:

I think I actually saw that comic on deviantArt.

It's like my dad once said to me. "If you burn my f**king toast again, you're packing your bags and f**king off out of here boy!"

What I'm trying to say here Level Dasher, is that everyone is special in their own way and that our quirks are nothing to be ashamed of unless they involve incest or setting fire to apartments.

Do you follow me, Level Dasher? Do you follow me? Set me free? Trust in me so that we can escape from the city? Because together we can make it through. FOLLOW ME!

So just out of curiosity, I didn't scare you off with my previous reply, did I? I was expecting a reply to the other comment and started to worry I creeped you out or something. Don't ask why, I just wanted to check that you were alright. It's just me being a dumbass thinking you need checking on, don't think anything of this. Ha ha ha.

Haha no, you didn't scare me off. I'm just hanging online while watching Comedy Central's Night of Too Many Stars and so I am very distracted. :derpytongue2:

And yes, I already follow you. :twilightsmile:

Oh, what's that show like?

Also, I didn't mean if you followed me on here. I meant if you 'catch my drift', if you 'know what I mean', if you 'pickle the brine and lather the swine' - wait, what?

It's an Autism awareness fundraising special. Bunch of comic skits interlaced with stories of those living with Autism.

Oh, that kind of follow. :rainbowlaugh: Yep, still follow you.

Speaking of fundraising, I'd love to try and do some fundraising of my own. I'd love to be able to walk into a charity shop with a pot full of gold, and pass it along to somebody who could use it.

The thing that is stopping me is that I'm not sure what I could even do that people would consider worth their support and money. I had a thought recently of doing a Christmas carol video for my YouTube channel...do you think something like that would work?

Hm. Well honestly, depending on the cause, if people care about it enough, you may not actually have to do anything. About five years ago, right after I was diagnosed with cancer (I was 22 and still in pediatrics for reasons that would take too long to explain), I set up a fundraiser online to get money for the pediatrics ward at my hospital because they had nothing for older pediatrics patients (13–20-year-olds) to do. I didn't promise anything to the prospective donors, just said that the kids would really appreciate it, no matter how much I raised. I didn't even tell the doctors/nurses I was doing it, I just did. I spread the link around Facebook, Tumblr, and Twitter, got my friends to share, spread the word to family, etc, etc.

I raised $1500. Went shopping online for Black Friday sales and was able to get a bunch of (appropriate) video games and systems, board games, gift cards, and the like, and still had about $400 cash left over for them to use as they wanted. Pretty successful for not giving the donors anything in return other than profound thanks.

If you'd like to do something to earn the support, I'd just ask around. Given your skills, what would people like to see? It depends on your audience. I mean heck, I would do a Christmas carol with you if you wanted. People do tend to like holiday stuff. But that's just my take.

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