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Hello! Project Power Rankings August 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I balance two pencils at 90 degrees atop a circular list of the Hello! Project groups and chant “Charlie, Charlie, who rules the Projects?” Sometimes Charlie makes a mistake or two, but I …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings April 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, create representative audio clips for each group, and use a highly complex spectrum analysis to decide which Hello! Project groups were …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings March 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, feed the information to a highly evolved koala bear by embedding the printouts in eucalyptus leaves, and interpret the “output” into …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings February 2015

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, feed the information to a highly evolved koala bear by embedding the printouts in eucalyptus leaves, and interpret the “output” into …

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The Evening Show With NSK Episode 35

The Evening Show with NSK

Recorded January 30th, 2014. [download] Yoshi’s Twitter – @yoshi_nsk Garry’s Twitter – @mage77 Data’s Twitter – @wasshoid Chase’s Twitter – @starlancerpg New School Kaidan Twitter – @newschoolkaidan NSK Google+ Community NSK IRC Channel Rizon Server #NSK The guys discuss releases by ANGERME, Bitter & Sweet, and Tempura Kidz x Nakamura …

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Hello! Project Power Rankings December 2014

Guest Contributor @thenumber244 here with a look at the last month in Hello! Project land. That’s right: I take the last month of activity from the Hello! Project groups, run them through multiple sophisticated statistical software systems, and output a highly subjective ranking of the groups. If you pay attention …

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