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Jeff Romard

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An interesting article from DJ Times


With the unfathomable economic devastation of Covid-19, DJs are desperately trying to remain relevant and increase business visibility while they wait for the industry to open back up again. With this boost of increased online activity, it would seem foolish for every DJ not to capture this opportunity, right? Not necessarily
 

tunes4046

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I’ve played some games, made some inappropriate comments pretty much the same as usual, here in the rural upper Midwest business hasn’t changed that much down maybe 25% on the year, my deposits on hold account is bigger than ever with bookings
 

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I don't use social media at all.
I prefer real life, not a simulation.

With respect to the article - NO, thank you. I am not accepting of advice on how to conform to the "New normal" or how to placate fascism.
Throw this one on the cancel culture pile. If you're offended - let me add this: F** you.

ALL Covid restrictions current imposed in the U.S. are patently unconstitutional. Hypocrisy, elitism, and double-standards are off the charts.
Riots indicate just how pathetic, fake, and weak the entitlement culture really is. There is a correction coming and the term "silent majority" is a misnomer. Don't confuse silence with patience. The wise person waits for the opportune moment.

Two little pigs built their houses in a day of straw or sticks. The third was laid one brick at a time with great patience.
 
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