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Danger Mouse reboot trailer #1
09/29/15, 05:18

I'm talking about Steven, the emasculated boytoy owned by a pack of alpha girls. Pearl is the blatant Utena ripoff.
Danger Mouse reboot trailer #1
09/29/15, 05:00

I've given it a proper chance. I've watched the best parts already, because I've seen the anime shows SU stole from.

The only original idea SU injected into its mishmash of plagiarisms and slanderous copying, was that the protagonist should be a lesbian tomgirl. Of course, Steven RoseSu is clearly just Alex Kidd with a Buddha Belly, but I will still give them credit for including an emasculated, Spike-the-Dragon type character, when the Japanese shows they stole from all had really badass protagonists (such as Noriko Takaya, Sailor Moon, and Kamina, the hyper-badass older brother of Simonla Rosechu). It was a s̲t̲u̲p̲i̲d̲ idea, but it was an original one, so credit for that.
Danger Mouse reboot trailer #1
09/28/15, 19:59

I have a good word for it. Basically, Rebecca Sugar took all this awesome anime, and she Oprah-cized it, for the States.
A Tour of Wat Thung Setthi Hell Theme Park in Thailand
09/28/15, 19:56

That is a great word. Do you mind if I use it from now on?
Danger Mouse reboot trailer #1
09/28/15, 19:52

The characters look like Rebecca Sugar handed pastels to a room full of six year-olds, asked them to draw some new Homestuck OCs, and then stole the worst looking ones in the bunch.

Here is a list of shit they stole from anime:

http://steven-universe.wikia.com/wiki/References_in_Steven_Universe

It includes material plagiarized from Gunbusters, Gurren Lagann, Sailor Moon, Tiger Mask, DBZ, Eva, and entire fight sequences ripped shot-by-shot from RG Utena (starring the Utena rip-off character, Pearl, no less). There's more stolen anime material in here than there was in Sonichu!

Watch: next season (assuming the show gets another season), Rebecca Sugar will introduce the Brand New Original Character, Darkbind RebSu, a sword-fighting tomgirl from the land of Rule-SU.
A Tour of Wat Thung Setthi Hell Theme Park in Thailand
09/28/15, 19:24

Yeah, what Cena said! The thing with Buddhism is that, as a meme, it's very good at grafting itself on to whatever society it travels to. America got a watered down non-religion that was inoffensive to Christians and science-fearing atheists alike, but only because that's what Americans wanted Buddhism to be - in truth, Buddhism has always had deep "religious" and "supernatural" elements, and the notion that Buddhism is inherently atheistic has little or no support outside of California.
Danger Mouse reboot trailer #1
09/28/15, 19:12

Steven Broniverse sports some of the ugliest art design since Family Guy, but at least they have the good sense to shamelessly rip off quality anime shows, like Sailor Moon and Revolutionary Girl Utena. The show is mostly terrible and the writing is lame, but to their credit, they steal from the best.

With the exception of MLP and Bob's Burgers, American animation is stuck in a morass consisting of Seth McFarlane on the one hand, and hipsters on the other. Face it, Cena: unless some American company can buy up the rights to Macross or Ranma 1/2, then Duck Tales, Danger Mouse, and Scooby-Doo are the last real hope for Western animation.
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 17:28

Well, can you at least play with all hammering, Mr Wildcat? You should try it out.

I think it would be neat to get a poeTV band going. You could play non-Warr-guitar-Warr-guitar!
Be Cool Scooby Doo!
09/28/15, 17:22

I hope they bring back Scrappy! Scrappy-Doo was cool, and no amount of aging hipster retconning can change the fact that, back in the 80s, he single-paw'edly saved the show from cancellation.
Be Cool Scooby Doo!
09/28/15, 17:18

This is the worst





... cartoon show of the 1970s, so a reboot can't hurt, and might actually improve things.
Danger Mouse reboot trailer #1
09/28/15, 14:40

>> Back then they just weren't taken seriously as a medium.

Not in America, no. In Japan, cartoons were, and continue to be, an artform, as evidenced by Sailor Moon.

The only recent cartoon reboot I cared about was Inspector Gadget, and sadly it sort of blows ass (not only did they keep Inspector Gadget in the show, but they tried to shoehorn in an awkward love interest for Penny). Ducktales was a good show, but there wasn't a whole lot there you can fuck up, so I'm sure this alleged Ducktales reboot of yours will be fine.
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 11:21

And well I'll be; Oscar was right, there should be two 'r's:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Warr_Guitar

The original Youtube title was misspelled.

Have you ever played one of these things, Oscar?
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 11:08

What's wrong with King Crimson? And not to be too pedantic, but you can't really call music Dad Rock if it isn't even "rock" to begin with. King Crimson's not Dad Rock, it's more like Dad Prog - or even maybe Grandpa Prog, by this point.

Anway, I wouldn't say this is poorly played King Crimson. It doesn't sound much like King Crimson, at least, not like any King Crimson songs which I've heard. I mean, yes, I suppose in a very broad, "genre" sense it sounds like King Crimson, but that's like saying Bach sounds like Liszt, or the Stray Cats sound like Carl Perkins! As for being played poorly, well, I'd call this is *at least* adequate. He does whiff a few notes, most noticeably at 0:47, which was most likely due to nerves, but Jimbo is still a very good guitarist, and you can tell that he's spent years mastering his craft. This guy's no Shawn Lane or Guthrie Govan, but you don't have to be one of THE greatest living guitarists to still be really darn good! Give him a break wouldja, Oscar Wildtroll!
USA Cartoon Express bumpers and commercials (1990)
09/28/15, 10:49

Oops, forgot the stars.
USA Cartoon Express bumpers and commercials (1990)
09/28/15, 10:48

It varies according to latitude and season, but during the summer, the hottest hour of each day is usually between 3:00 - 4:00 PM (15:00 - 16:00). {1}

It's not the most precise answer, but it's difficult to get more precise than that. 3:00 PM occurs twice over the weekend, but whether the weekend's hottest hour will be 3:00 PM on Saturday or 3:00 PM on Sunday is hard to predict beforehand, as it depends on the wind and cloud cover for each day!




{1} http://www.ehow.com/info_8742899_hottest-time-day.html
~ "The delay from solar noon and the hottest time of the day, or thermal response, generally takes hours. The hottest part of the day during the summer is usually between 3 p.m. and 4:30 p.m., depending on cloud cover and wind speed."
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 10:24

Also, I notice a lot of people on Youtube asking if it djents. Is that a meme? Is the question meant to be ironic, or sincere? I would think that Jimbo's guitar could be used in djent, and I would assume that djent kids, being off-shoots of prog culture, would dig this kind of playing... but maybe they do not?
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 10:08

Counterpoint: ... And Justice for All.

It was the worst Metallica album prior to Load, but it had no bass and it worked adequately enough.
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 10:06

That Guy - I think it's neat to listen to! As a matter of personal preference it wouldn't be on top of my everyday mp3 playlist (no Top Ten lister here!), but I could picture this guy opening for Dream Theater or Porcupine Tree.

OZ - are they? I know a bunch of guitarists who are very elitist and/or primadonna'y (that is to say, they get defensive and catty around other talented guitarists), but I don't know too many conservative guitarists (except maybe for blues players?). It could be that I don't know enough guitarists, or perhaps guitarists in Rhode Island are less fun than guitarists elsewhere?
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 05:26

They sound different, and the technique is different, too. I can see why you'd draw the comparison between playing keyboard and something like this, but there is a very different tactile sense to hammering a string vs depressing a key; not to mention the fact that, as a stringed instrument, this guitar has its notes laid out chromatically, on a fretboard, rather than on a series of differently-spaced keys.

You *could* play a keyboard instead, which is an argument that applies equally well to any non-keyboard instrument, but it's a different experience, and if you know how to play a guitar or bass and not a keyboard, this 14-stringer is probably going to be easier.
Jimbo on his War(r) Guitar
09/28/15, 05:18

Why are people getting so mad at this guy? I think it's neat!

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