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#34 - You make a valid point, however it is not down to colour of sk…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/24/2014 on inb4, hesrightyouknow.jpg +3
#107 - Womens Study Major (11/24/2014) [-]
Where are you from? The north-east? That sounds eerily like my town, even down to the percentages.

I don't think we're really comparable to the US. We weren't really fully engaged with slaves, and we pulled out of the trade before most anyone else, and integration was less strenuous on us. Most of the black people in England are of direct African or Carribean decent, so it's an entirely different situation.

Social factors are the cause I think. It's the same reason we have an (undeniably, i'll provide statistics if you'd like?) issue with asians in our country. It's not that they're inherently bad people, it's that their culture pushes beliefs that were dropped 100 years ago in our country. In the same way African Americans widely believe they are circumspect to institutional racism (and blame the predominantly white population), Asians widely believe they are circumspect to racism.

I think it's more a problem of the communities ignoring their internal problems.
User avatar #86 - MrDeadiron (11/24/2014) [-]
I agree it's a class issue based on economic standing, as I believe the only true global division between people is financially power. Unfortunately in the U.S. we have literally lowered the bar of expectations for blacks in the fear of appearing racist. If your a black guy in the U.S. we expect you to steal and have a big dick, and that's about it. Our public schools in most lower class areas are shit because the teachers are afraid that if they discipline the kids they'll get fired because they'll either be labeled a bad teacher or racist if they're white. Trust me I worked in a school in Harlem for a little while, the kids would walk around the hallway freely and yell.

I also agree that it's a class issue, but our largest race living under the poverty line is the white one and the crime rates are still the same. I feel that this is because most lower class white people live in more rural areas where as most lower class black people live in highly dense urban cities like New York, Detroit, or Chicago.

As I mentioned before we have lowered our standards for people and it seems that the "Black Community" willingly accepts these lowered standards without hesitation. When I say "Black Community" I mean the overwhelming lower class portion of black people living in the U.S. As somehow studying and trying to better yourself is "white" or bad.
User avatar #41 - capslockrage (11/24/2014) [-]
Yes but tell me why the classes are made up of different races?
#88 - jippythebandit (11/24/2014) [-]
They aren't. While a large percentage of blacks are lower class, but if you look at other ethnicities with the same economy the crime rate is similar. Just look at irish gangs in the 1800's for example. Poverty and unemployment leads to crime, and it isn't easy to get out of the enviroment.

Race does not lead to crime, bad economy and the social surroundings like unemployment and poverty do.
#36 - They won't sadly, they've always been here. They used to do go… 11/21/2014 on Sweet Jehova 0
#32 - Well, Sneaky for as long as possible until that guy, that guy …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/21/2014 on k +8
#42 - ztron (11/21/2014) [-]
So basically this?
#10057114 - I'll be your friend. 11/18/2014 on autism autism autism autism 0
#117 - It is cliche'd to **** , however that shouldn't ju…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/17/2014 on An Alluring Appeal 0
User avatar #121 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Bleach has become very predictable at this point. This is how the formula normally goes;
>Powerful enemy comes with his team of powerful allies.
>Defeat powerful allies one by one.
>Time to fight big bad guy, but gotta train first!
>During training, he finds out he's part [whatever bad guy's race is] (He fought the Quinsy King while figuring out he's part Quinsy.]
>Fight bad guy with new power. Power is good so far, but then enemy goes God-Mode.
>Ichigo fights until his chest is bare and a little blood is on him.
>Beat bad guy with him saying, "Impossibleeeee."

I think the problem is that it -IS- all about the money. And I don't mean the main character dies when something happens to them, I mean something huge happens that influences them dramatically. Like, a loved one dying dramatically. Or getting grievously injured with lasting side effects.

I've never watched Game of Thrones, but I've learned a bit from FJ.

Okay, my friend says I chastise all anime. I really don't. Because some anime can take the mary sue character and put good stories around them and make me feel invested to watch. Like FMA; Brotherhood. Full Metal Alchemist is what I believe to be an awesome anime.

And honestly, if a show has to have a fan-service episode involving beaches, that means they're dying and running out of ideas. I haven't seen the FMA beach episode, if it exists.
#113 - A good amount of animes now are pretty funny. They might be so…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/17/2014 on An Alluring Appeal 0
User avatar #114 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Oh, I watched Yuru Yuri, it was ... Well. It was more of an acquired taste kind of humor. My humor is quite dry and their sort of humor was something along the lines of ...

"Wait, I'm flat chested?"
"Yep, flat as a table."
>IMagines chest being used as a table for dinner with her crying about it.
"I must grow my chest, or I will be doomed to live the life as furniture!"

That's silly, but it never made me laugh. Y'know what I mean?

My friend is really into anime, but he keeps getting mad at me when I watch shit with him because I nitpick. Apparently. He says that I critique every last detail, but I really don't. I just say that the main character is a cliche mary sue, which is true. In Bleach, Ichigo is one of the biggest Mary Sue characters I've ever seen, right next to Alucard. I can't watch it because I know that nothing bad will ever happen to the main character, other than lose a friend or something.
User avatar #117 - Mumford (11/17/2014) [-]
It is cliche'd to fuck, however that shouldn't just turn you off. I've never watched Bleach so I dunno what the general story is about. I think it also comes down to the fact that the main characters are usually what people watch anime for, they want the character development, or their favourite couple to come together. Anime for all it's faults can usually have some decent character development and I don't think they want to throw away main characters like Game of Thrones.

A lot of animes would just stop being watched if they threw away the characters that people are connected to nowadays, and it is all about the money, they can't really do it.

Like Game of Thrones has a massive cast of characters, some are likeable and others aren't, however the majority of the main cast has some amount of development, because it's making millions of dollars and the show can run on indefinitely and people will still watch even if someone they like dies, because usually there's someone else to like. Anime doesn't have that, with anime it all depends on how much money sales of the merch and DVDs make in Japan. If they kill of mains in a season it can negatively effect them a lot.

Basically that was just a long winded paragraph on how I understand what your getting at, but that's down to the medium itself, and isn't really something that can be undone with atm. If it bothers you I'd suggest it's best not to watch, but if you can look past it, try some.
User avatar #121 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Bleach has become very predictable at this point. This is how the formula normally goes;
>Powerful enemy comes with his team of powerful allies.
>Defeat powerful allies one by one.
>Time to fight big bad guy, but gotta train first!
>During training, he finds out he's part [whatever bad guy's race is] (He fought the Quinsy King while figuring out he's part Quinsy.]
>Fight bad guy with new power. Power is good so far, but then enemy goes God-Mode.
>Ichigo fights until his chest is bare and a little blood is on him.
>Beat bad guy with him saying, "Impossibleeeee."

I think the problem is that it -IS- all about the money. And I don't mean the main character dies when something happens to them, I mean something huge happens that influences them dramatically. Like, a loved one dying dramatically. Or getting grievously injured with lasting side effects.

I've never watched Game of Thrones, but I've learned a bit from FJ.

Okay, my friend says I chastise all anime. I really don't. Because some anime can take the mary sue character and put good stories around them and make me feel invested to watch. Like FMA; Brotherhood. Full Metal Alchemist is what I believe to be an awesome anime.

And honestly, if a show has to have a fan-service episode involving beaches, that means they're dying and running out of ideas. I haven't seen the FMA beach episode, if it exists.
#103 - Plenty of animes have added in the ecchi type **** …  [+] (5 new replies) 11/17/2014 on An Alluring Appeal 0
User avatar #110 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
You didn't hurt my feelings. I've been in this Brony shit for four years, do you know how much shit I've dealt with? Lol. Being told I have bad tastes is like a compliment at this point.

I really have no idea what you're talking about, I never dived too far into the anime craze, but I was into it when I was younger. I think the most recent anime I watched and actually enjoyed was Highschool of the Dead.

When I think anime, I don't think hilarious. The only anime that actually made me laugh was BoBoBo and Space Dandy. The artstyles in anime are becoming a little stale, I guess. At first it was new and exciting, but now it's a little "Been there done that" kind of situation. Never played Bayonetta. But characters are always being sexualized on the internet.

But all I ever see with anime is either it being really gory, violent, sexual, or just testosterone filled. I preferred Ghost in the Shell, back when that was relevant.
User avatar #113 - Mumford (11/17/2014) [-]
A good amount of animes now are pretty funny. They might be something worth trying if you don't want a lot of the stuff you don't like. Things like Yuru Yuri is a good example of something just being a funny show.

There's also quite a few different kinds of animation used now, a show I got recommended recently was "No Game No Life" and the artstyle in that is pretty crazy for anime.

I'd say in the end, if you don't like anime that's fine, if you did like anime and still want something to watch, broaden your horizons and try some animes, even if you don't like the overly sexualised or violent animes, have a look around. I'm someone whose still pretty new to anime, and although some shit I've just stopped watching out of boredom, a lot more have interested me in some way or another.
User avatar #114 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Oh, I watched Yuru Yuri, it was ... Well. It was more of an acquired taste kind of humor. My humor is quite dry and their sort of humor was something along the lines of ...

"Wait, I'm flat chested?"
"Yep, flat as a table."
>IMagines chest being used as a table for dinner with her crying about it.
"I must grow my chest, or I will be doomed to live the life as furniture!"

That's silly, but it never made me laugh. Y'know what I mean?

My friend is really into anime, but he keeps getting mad at me when I watch shit with him because I nitpick. Apparently. He says that I critique every last detail, but I really don't. I just say that the main character is a cliche mary sue, which is true. In Bleach, Ichigo is one of the biggest Mary Sue characters I've ever seen, right next to Alucard. I can't watch it because I know that nothing bad will ever happen to the main character, other than lose a friend or something.
User avatar #117 - Mumford (11/17/2014) [-]
It is cliche'd to fuck, however that shouldn't just turn you off. I've never watched Bleach so I dunno what the general story is about. I think it also comes down to the fact that the main characters are usually what people watch anime for, they want the character development, or their favourite couple to come together. Anime for all it's faults can usually have some decent character development and I don't think they want to throw away main characters like Game of Thrones.

A lot of animes would just stop being watched if they threw away the characters that people are connected to nowadays, and it is all about the money, they can't really do it.

Like Game of Thrones has a massive cast of characters, some are likeable and others aren't, however the majority of the main cast has some amount of development, because it's making millions of dollars and the show can run on indefinitely and people will still watch even if someone they like dies, because usually there's someone else to like. Anime doesn't have that, with anime it all depends on how much money sales of the merch and DVDs make in Japan. If they kill of mains in a season it can negatively effect them a lot.

Basically that was just a long winded paragraph on how I understand what your getting at, but that's down to the medium itself, and isn't really something that can be undone with atm. If it bothers you I'd suggest it's best not to watch, but if you can look past it, try some.
User avatar #121 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Bleach has become very predictable at this point. This is how the formula normally goes;
>Powerful enemy comes with his team of powerful allies.
>Defeat powerful allies one by one.
>Time to fight big bad guy, but gotta train first!
>During training, he finds out he's part [whatever bad guy's race is] (He fought the Quinsy King while figuring out he's part Quinsy.]
>Fight bad guy with new power. Power is good so far, but then enemy goes God-Mode.
>Ichigo fights until his chest is bare and a little blood is on him.
>Beat bad guy with him saying, "Impossibleeeee."

I think the problem is that it -IS- all about the money. And I don't mean the main character dies when something happens to them, I mean something huge happens that influences them dramatically. Like, a loved one dying dramatically. Or getting grievously injured with lasting side effects.

I've never watched Game of Thrones, but I've learned a bit from FJ.

Okay, my friend says I chastise all anime. I really don't. Because some anime can take the mary sue character and put good stories around them and make me feel invested to watch. Like FMA; Brotherhood. Full Metal Alchemist is what I believe to be an awesome anime.

And honestly, if a show has to have a fan-service episode involving beaches, that means they're dying and running out of ideas. I haven't seen the FMA beach episode, if it exists.
#98 - Ecchi type anime has been around for years, it just wasn't as …  [+] (9 new replies) 11/17/2014 on An Alluring Appeal +4
User avatar #101 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Well that's offensive. I'm a Brony so I must have bad taste? While I disagree with you, the perspective of an outsider looking in, I can understand why you'd say that.

"Ecchi' type anime has become more of the norm' for most anime today, don't you think? It's as if they said screw the writing, as long as we have big titties and pantyshots with skimpy armor and swords and explosions and shit, we'll do just fine.

That or it's the dumb schoolgirl genre that has every cliche in the book.

Also, everyone has a chance for bad tastes. Including you.
User avatar #122 - jakerszzzz (11/17/2014) [-]
"as long as we have big titties and pantyshots with skimpy armor and swords and explosions and shit, we'll do just fine. "

Yes, they will do just fine.

PS. I like it when i have one of these to take a break from watching something worth my time.
User avatar #103 - Mumford (11/17/2014) [-]
Plenty of animes have added in the ecchi type shit, yet they can still continue to have a good story. Personally Sora No Otoshimono is exactly like that for me. It was full on stupid ecchi at first, however it was not only pretty hilarious but the story wasn't bad either. I enjoyed it.

I suppose if you look at stupid shit like KissXsis and High School DxD, I can get where your coming from, however most of the time even they have some somewhat redeeming qualities, if not music or their artstyle.

I think it's getting into a similar sort of place as video games are today, Bayonetta being a good example, yes the main character it could be said is sexualised, however it's gameplay that people enjoy.

The thing about you being a brony was joke, I don't care what people like really. Sorry if I hurt your feelings.
User avatar #110 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
You didn't hurt my feelings. I've been in this Brony shit for four years, do you know how much shit I've dealt with? Lol. Being told I have bad tastes is like a compliment at this point.

I really have no idea what you're talking about, I never dived too far into the anime craze, but I was into it when I was younger. I think the most recent anime I watched and actually enjoyed was Highschool of the Dead.

When I think anime, I don't think hilarious. The only anime that actually made me laugh was BoBoBo and Space Dandy. The artstyles in anime are becoming a little stale, I guess. At first it was new and exciting, but now it's a little "Been there done that" kind of situation. Never played Bayonetta. But characters are always being sexualized on the internet.

But all I ever see with anime is either it being really gory, violent, sexual, or just testosterone filled. I preferred Ghost in the Shell, back when that was relevant.
User avatar #113 - Mumford (11/17/2014) [-]
A good amount of animes now are pretty funny. They might be something worth trying if you don't want a lot of the stuff you don't like. Things like Yuru Yuri is a good example of something just being a funny show.

There's also quite a few different kinds of animation used now, a show I got recommended recently was "No Game No Life" and the artstyle in that is pretty crazy for anime.

I'd say in the end, if you don't like anime that's fine, if you did like anime and still want something to watch, broaden your horizons and try some animes, even if you don't like the overly sexualised or violent animes, have a look around. I'm someone whose still pretty new to anime, and although some shit I've just stopped watching out of boredom, a lot more have interested me in some way or another.
User avatar #114 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Oh, I watched Yuru Yuri, it was ... Well. It was more of an acquired taste kind of humor. My humor is quite dry and their sort of humor was something along the lines of ...

"Wait, I'm flat chested?"
"Yep, flat as a table."
>IMagines chest being used as a table for dinner with her crying about it.
"I must grow my chest, or I will be doomed to live the life as furniture!"

That's silly, but it never made me laugh. Y'know what I mean?

My friend is really into anime, but he keeps getting mad at me when I watch shit with him because I nitpick. Apparently. He says that I critique every last detail, but I really don't. I just say that the main character is a cliche mary sue, which is true. In Bleach, Ichigo is one of the biggest Mary Sue characters I've ever seen, right next to Alucard. I can't watch it because I know that nothing bad will ever happen to the main character, other than lose a friend or something.
User avatar #117 - Mumford (11/17/2014) [-]
It is cliche'd to fuck, however that shouldn't just turn you off. I've never watched Bleach so I dunno what the general story is about. I think it also comes down to the fact that the main characters are usually what people watch anime for, they want the character development, or their favourite couple to come together. Anime for all it's faults can usually have some decent character development and I don't think they want to throw away main characters like Game of Thrones.

A lot of animes would just stop being watched if they threw away the characters that people are connected to nowadays, and it is all about the money, they can't really do it.

Like Game of Thrones has a massive cast of characters, some are likeable and others aren't, however the majority of the main cast has some amount of development, because it's making millions of dollars and the show can run on indefinitely and people will still watch even if someone they like dies, because usually there's someone else to like. Anime doesn't have that, with anime it all depends on how much money sales of the merch and DVDs make in Japan. If they kill of mains in a season it can negatively effect them a lot.

Basically that was just a long winded paragraph on how I understand what your getting at, but that's down to the medium itself, and isn't really something that can be undone with atm. If it bothers you I'd suggest it's best not to watch, but if you can look past it, try some.
User avatar #121 - scootabot (11/17/2014) [-]
Bleach has become very predictable at this point. This is how the formula normally goes;
>Powerful enemy comes with his team of powerful allies.
>Defeat powerful allies one by one.
>Time to fight big bad guy, but gotta train first!
>During training, he finds out he's part [whatever bad guy's race is] (He fought the Quinsy King while figuring out he's part Quinsy.]
>Fight bad guy with new power. Power is good so far, but then enemy goes God-Mode.
>Ichigo fights until his chest is bare and a little blood is on him.
>Beat bad guy with him saying, "Impossibleeeee."

I think the problem is that it -IS- all about the money. And I don't mean the main character dies when something happens to them, I mean something huge happens that influences them dramatically. Like, a loved one dying dramatically. Or getting grievously injured with lasting side effects.

I've never watched Game of Thrones, but I've learned a bit from FJ.

Okay, my friend says I chastise all anime. I really don't. Because some anime can take the mary sue character and put good stories around them and make me feel invested to watch. Like FMA; Brotherhood. Full Metal Alchemist is what I believe to be an awesome anime.

And honestly, if a show has to have a fan-service episode involving beaches, that means they're dying and running out of ideas. I haven't seen the FMA beach episode, if it exists.
#100 - Womens Study Major (11/17/2014) [-]
A little rude, don't you think?
#63 - The same reason Ecchi anime does, some Jap fat cat knew that s… 11/16/2014 on You'll take my life 0
#61 - Well see if you've ever seen those like cringe videos at anime…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/16/2014 on You'll take my life 0
User avatar #62 - thechosentroll (11/16/2014) [-]
Why does this even exist?
User avatar #63 - Mumford (11/16/2014) [-]
The same reason Ecchi anime does, some Jap fat cat knew that semi attractive girls not wearing much sells.
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