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#187 - Why are you still here? 01/21/2015 on The Losers: Spinoff 0
#150 - We do too, but you keep commenting.  [+] (2 new replies) 01/20/2015 on The Losers: Spinoff +3
User avatar #172 - Elk (01/21/2015) [-]
> replies
> ugh wtf stop commenting

Yeah...
#187 - ninjaspartan (01/21/2015) [-]
Why are you still here?
#109 - So as long as I use flip flops under my knees when I blow a du… 01/14/2015 on Flip flops 0
#165 - The fact that it was poorly written is a fair point to debate,… 01/13/2015 on Bending Title 0
#151 - Alright, first off, they had a movie dedicated to them AFTER t…  [+] (2 new replies) 01/13/2015 on Bending Title -2
User avatar #164 - hourlyb (01/13/2015) [-]
They stood and held hands. That's fucking it. I've done that with 2 other girls, both of whom had boyfriends. It's a expression of friendship.
Either they did it for their friends or they did it for the fanbase. Either way, it was poorly written.
#165 - ninjaspartan (01/13/2015) [-]
The fact that it was poorly written is a fair point to debate, and that's all fine and dandy. But only in that it happened in the first place. You know how the shipping world works, and how writing in general works. It wasn't written that way just to imply friendship, you don't ever need to force the point of a platonic relationship. Its always automatically assumed by running a pair of characters through trial and tribulation. Writing the ending that way only had one goal--and it wasn't to enforce an idea that was already present. That would have been simply redundant.
#144 - So the LGBT community isn't part of the audience? Their voice …  [+] (4 new replies) 01/12/2015 on Bending Title 0
User avatar #145 - hourlyb (01/13/2015) [-]
It was FOR THEIR FRIENDS. They say that in the blog, no mention of the fans except for the standard "thanks for being with us" jazz. The fanbase is the fanbase, not the canon. Just because they yelled loud enough, doesn't mean they should be taken seriously. Going by that logic, Tali or Liara is the canon relationship for Mass Effect. Which makes no sense. Have people think what they want. Plus, Hinata & Naruto have a entire movie dedicated to their relationship.
#151 - ninjaspartan (01/13/2015) [-]
Alright, first off, they had a movie dedicated to them AFTER the manga ended with their canonization. It was like a homage to Kishimoto's decision to canonize them. It doesn't really count since it was all done and over with by then. Secondly, I meant that leaving it up to the viewer wouldn't have made it interpretative due to the way the ending went. I mean, you'd have to be pretty stupid not to get the message, but there are a lot of stupid people who ship, making clarity for the ending to quell the chaos almost a necessity (not a requirement mind you, but for an ending like that it was pretty important). Lastly, you don't get to ask for one fanbase not to be catered to while still catering to an idea for the sake of the fanbase. You don't choose the fanbase over the story, period, even if what you want to write for the story just so happens to cater to a particular fanbase. Stories don't turn out well that way. If they were inspired by a friend, that's alright. Writers get inspiration all over the place. But its different from a massive bodyless voice shouting at you what they want and you succumbing to it.
User avatar #164 - hourlyb (01/13/2015) [-]
They stood and held hands. That's fucking it. I've done that with 2 other girls, both of whom had boyfriends. It's a expression of friendship.
Either they did it for their friends or they did it for the fanbase. Either way, it was poorly written.
#165 - ninjaspartan (01/13/2015) [-]
The fact that it was poorly written is a fair point to debate, and that's all fine and dandy. But only in that it happened in the first place. You know how the shipping world works, and how writing in general works. It wasn't written that way just to imply friendship, you don't ever need to force the point of a platonic relationship. Its always automatically assumed by running a pair of characters through trial and tribulation. Writing the ending that way only had one goal--and it wasn't to enforce an idea that was already present. That would have been simply redundant.
#132 - With that logic, every plan is an agenda. That same blog menti…  [+] (6 new replies) 01/12/2015 on Bending Title -2
User avatar #142 - hourlyb (01/12/2015) [-]
A agenda is politically motivated, and this is.
They should have left it up to the viewer. But they decided to force it in.
#144 - ninjaspartan (01/12/2015) [-]
So the LGBT community isn't part of the audience? Their voice was just political agenda? Even under that logic, the KorrAsami viewership was the biggest fanbase as it was, so they would have won in that respect too. And in most situations the creator tries to avoid catering to the biggest fanbase just because of popularity, which is another excuse everyone tries to pull. Look at Naruto, Hinata was one of the least developed characters, yet she wins the shipper war thanks to her massive popularity. Lots of conspiracy around that one, too.
User avatar #145 - hourlyb (01/13/2015) [-]
It was FOR THEIR FRIENDS. They say that in the blog, no mention of the fans except for the standard "thanks for being with us" jazz. The fanbase is the fanbase, not the canon. Just because they yelled loud enough, doesn't mean they should be taken seriously. Going by that logic, Tali or Liara is the canon relationship for Mass Effect. Which makes no sense. Have people think what they want. Plus, Hinata & Naruto have a entire movie dedicated to their relationship.
#151 - ninjaspartan (01/13/2015) [-]
Alright, first off, they had a movie dedicated to them AFTER the manga ended with their canonization. It was like a homage to Kishimoto's decision to canonize them. It doesn't really count since it was all done and over with by then. Secondly, I meant that leaving it up to the viewer wouldn't have made it interpretative due to the way the ending went. I mean, you'd have to be pretty stupid not to get the message, but there are a lot of stupid people who ship, making clarity for the ending to quell the chaos almost a necessity (not a requirement mind you, but for an ending like that it was pretty important). Lastly, you don't get to ask for one fanbase not to be catered to while still catering to an idea for the sake of the fanbase. You don't choose the fanbase over the story, period, even if what you want to write for the story just so happens to cater to a particular fanbase. Stories don't turn out well that way. If they were inspired by a friend, that's alright. Writers get inspiration all over the place. But its different from a massive bodyless voice shouting at you what they want and you succumbing to it.
User avatar #164 - hourlyb (01/13/2015) [-]
They stood and held hands. That's fucking it. I've done that with 2 other girls, both of whom had boyfriends. It's a expression of friendship.
Either they did it for their friends or they did it for the fanbase. Either way, it was poorly written.
#165 - ninjaspartan (01/13/2015) [-]
The fact that it was poorly written is a fair point to debate, and that's all fine and dandy. But only in that it happened in the first place. You know how the shipping world works, and how writing in general works. It wasn't written that way just to imply friendship, you don't ever need to force the point of a platonic relationship. Its always automatically assumed by running a pair of characters through trial and tribulation. Writing the ending that way only had one goal--and it wasn't to enforce an idea that was already present. That would have been simply redundant.
#99 - No romance needs a ******* blog to explain it, th…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/12/2015 on Bending Title -2
User avatar #119 - hourlyb (01/12/2015) [-]
No. They said they did it for their "gay, lesbian & bisexual friends".
That is the main agenda. I agree with the agendas view-point, but it's still shoehorned in & forced.
User avatar #132 - ninjaspartan (01/12/2015) [-]
With that logic, every plan is an agenda. That same blog mentioned that it was an idea that they wanted to do since the beginning of season one, but couldn't do due to the nickalodian regulating their show. How does that make it a shoehorn in and forced? If anything all other plans that they had to do in place of it were forced. It was something they had to write around, thus limiting the potential of its development. That's all it was.
User avatar #142 - hourlyb (01/12/2015) [-]
A agenda is politically motivated, and this is.
They should have left it up to the viewer. But they decided to force it in.
#144 - ninjaspartan (01/12/2015) [-]
So the LGBT community isn't part of the audience? Their voice was just political agenda? Even under that logic, the KorrAsami viewership was the biggest fanbase as it was, so they would have won in that respect too. And in most situations the creator tries to avoid catering to the biggest fanbase just because of popularity, which is another excuse everyone tries to pull. Look at Naruto, Hinata was one of the least developed characters, yet she wins the shipper war thanks to her massive popularity. Lots of conspiracy around that one, too.
User avatar #145 - hourlyb (01/13/2015) [-]
It was FOR THEIR FRIENDS. They say that in the blog, no mention of the fans except for the standard "thanks for being with us" jazz. The fanbase is the fanbase, not the canon. Just because they yelled loud enough, doesn't mean they should be taken seriously. Going by that logic, Tali or Liara is the canon relationship for Mass Effect. Which makes no sense. Have people think what they want. Plus, Hinata & Naruto have a entire movie dedicated to their relationship.
#151 - ninjaspartan (01/13/2015) [-]
Alright, first off, they had a movie dedicated to them AFTER the manga ended with their canonization. It was like a homage to Kishimoto's decision to canonize them. It doesn't really count since it was all done and over with by then. Secondly, I meant that leaving it up to the viewer wouldn't have made it interpretative due to the way the ending went. I mean, you'd have to be pretty stupid not to get the message, but there are a lot of stupid people who ship, making clarity for the ending to quell the chaos almost a necessity (not a requirement mind you, but for an ending like that it was pretty important). Lastly, you don't get to ask for one fanbase not to be catered to while still catering to an idea for the sake of the fanbase. You don't choose the fanbase over the story, period, even if what you want to write for the story just so happens to cater to a particular fanbase. Stories don't turn out well that way. If they were inspired by a friend, that's alright. Writers get inspiration all over the place. But its different from a massive bodyless voice shouting at you what they want and you succumbing to it.
User avatar #164 - hourlyb (01/13/2015) [-]
They stood and held hands. That's fucking it. I've done that with 2 other girls, both of whom had boyfriends. It's a expression of friendship.
Either they did it for their friends or they did it for the fanbase. Either way, it was poorly written.
#165 - ninjaspartan (01/13/2015) [-]
The fact that it was poorly written is a fair point to debate, and that's all fine and dandy. But only in that it happened in the first place. You know how the shipping world works, and how writing in general works. It wasn't written that way just to imply friendship, you don't ever need to force the point of a platonic relationship. Its always automatically assumed by running a pair of characters through trial and tribulation. Writing the ending that way only had one goal--and it wasn't to enforce an idea that was already present. That would have been simply redundant.
#301 - You know what, I like your attitude. Thinking that way does he… 01/07/2015 on Just don't be a fuckboy. 0
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#10 to #9 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
... Hello there.
User avatar #11 to #10 - TheShadowHog (06/23/2012) [-]
so why are people thumbing you down mindlessly?
User avatar #12 to #11 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
<_<

... This is a trick question, isn't it?
User avatar #13 to #12 - TheShadowHog (06/23/2012) [-]
a bunch of people are thumbing you down on that one cosplay post
#14 to #13 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
Yes they are. And you've read it?
User avatar #15 to #14 - TheShadowHog (06/23/2012) [-]
yeah are they idiots or something?
User avatar #17 to #15 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
Lol, and yes, they are idiots. Or twelve year olds who just hit puberty. Or both. Probably both.
User avatar #16 to #15 - ninjaspartan (06/23/2012) [-]
Lol, I'm gonna say you were the anon that agreed with me. Yeah, there's no better way to troll than by playing devils advocate. People get agitated so easily. XD Not that that wasn't my exact opinion. TITS MAN. TITS.
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User avatar #6 - xwilly (01/07/2012) [-]
Just search dokura gif in google and click the first link
User avatar #7 to #6 - ninjaspartan (01/07/2012) [-]
aight, k, thx bro ^_^
User avatar #3 - xwilly (01/07/2012) [-]
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User avatar #4 to #3 - ninjaspartan (01/07/2012) [-]
Wtf?! Dammit FJ.
User avatar #1 - xwilly (01/07/2012) [-]
[url deleted] - Dont ask me how i found this...
User avatar #2 to #1 - ninjaspartan (01/07/2012) [-]
-.-

Damn. Url's gone the moment you posted. Try again?
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