Discussion in 'News' started by Derek, Apr 6, 2012.
Yes, we saw, but every analysis were inconclusive.
A good Projekt Revoloution maybe.
In the laws of media, any publicity is good publicity (to them)
To us, it's just piles after piles of frustration.
It's anything but "good" PR imo.. Till now atleast..
Yeah, "Any publicity is good publicity", but still... Its irritating for us fans...
Yes, then everyone is really hyped now and the conclusion of this means many people will buy the song on monday.
To be honest the problem is that all of us who did these puzzles seriously are "hardcore" Linkin Park fans anyway! I mean I think all of us will buy it on Monday for sure Certainly I will at 15:00 I live in Germany btw^^
Isn't that what I said. Just look at Justin Bieber. All the unnecessary whines only increase his fame.
Same here guys.. But imo, "The Catalyst" puzzles were much more interesting than these, maybe because it felt fresher back then..
@ZoeLinkingal - Yup, that's what you said.. And I agree wid u..
I'm willing to forget this puzzle ever happened once the song is released. Agreed? People make mistakes...
Everybody will forget once the song is released but as of now, no, not that easily.
I will go nuts if this song hasnt been released even 1 second after it should be
Well yeah that's why I said once the song is released. Right now we're all having a feeling of an annoying cousin who is staying with us until Monday. And the minute he leaves, we'll all feel relief. So long as we don't think about that annoying cousin.
Yes, so, clearly, us fans had it coming. ;"
Everyone's on their 20/20 hindsight shit now ...
I have no idea what this really means, but could it lead anywhere?
Weird analogy, but a nice one..
It just means burnitdown.linkinpark.com and the main Linkin Park site are not hosted on the same, um, server. Pretty sure we've known that all along so I don't think it gives us anything new
Dammit. Oh well I tried :/ haha
Aww, I thought we were on to something..
By the way, you're wrong in six questions in the test.
Separate names with a comma.