|infinite zest |
Anybody else getting the ad on the side for SNES Star Fox for the low low price of 0? I think I've got two cartridges; that's pretty much rent for 4 months!
I'm getting an ad for oatmeal and diapers from Diapers.com.
Yeah, now I'm just getting a Calvin Klein ad. Sometimes the ads are very specific to the video, but that one was weird. Luckily it's in my history:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000035Y38/ref=dra_a_ac_hp_ho_xx_CX32 0_100?tag=amazondisplay-20&ascsubtag=45568a674650ddef1a7b229717b95 e3a_S
Unfortunately for me, the going price is more like 15 to 20 dollars with the box and everything, which makes it more valuable than some SNES titles, but nothing to quit my job over.
Now I keep getting "Give the gift of True Detective and The Knick." They're both good shows but I wouldn't know why I'd want to give anybody either to celebrate Christmas. I miss Wolf Urine.
What overcrowed illegal flop house are you living in where rent is 0 a month?
Find a place near a college campus and do a roomshare!
|Mister Yuck |
I was expecting the worst, but I really like the animation and voice acting. I would consider watching this. I just don't understand why anyone would make anything in the Starfox universe unless they had a furry crush or something, it doesn't seem like an interesting place.
Actually I always thought that Star Fox was one of the more fleshed out action game universes of the 16 bit era. Yeah it was mostly a way for SNES to sell the FX chip over Sega's blast processing, but its Battlestar Galactica/Star Wars/etc.-meets Furries was much more interesting than the shows that did get cartoons, like Mario, Zelda, Sonic, Bubsy.. I could go on like this.
To answer your question, Sexy Duck, somebody is beating off to 1:26 right now.
I think it's a fair bet to say that anything Star Fox, if created by the Star Fox fandom, was made with pants off and paws on crotch.
Not to mention that, as far is internet memes go, it's one of the most famous. Just go to Google.com and search for "Do a barrel roll." Can't think of another example of that, including the famous Rick Roll. Star Fox was also one of the most famous examples in Anita Sarkeesian's original argument about gender equality in video games, since Star Fox Adventures was originally supposed to have a female protagonist and different plot.
I still wouldn't watch it, now or when I was a kid, but it would've/could've had the same appeal as Tailspin or Bucky O'Hare
|Caminante Nocturno |
Seriously, even if you're not a homophobe or a bigot, walking in on something like this is going to make you at least laugh.
What I don't get is how his tail moves from the crotch hole of his underwear to his rear in the next shot
Maybe it's a prosthetic. All this obsessing over Fox's legs, and he had a robot tail all along.
Speaking of which, I'm pretty sure that pointing out someone's prosthetic tail is bigoted.
So it was wrong to laugh at the girl with the fox tail at starbucks?
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
Is Starfox an actual show? This was equally dismally horrifying and weird.
Reminds me of the first "Heavy Metal" movie.
It gives me a lot of amusement that some of the most talented artists and animators on the internet have devoted themselves to wank material of various stripes.
Is that really surprising, though? Art requires a lot of time and dedication, and few people are willing to put in that much time on a thing -UNLESS- it somehow involves wank material.
For example: the other day I was at the Yale Art gallery. They had a number of pieces on loan from the British Art Gallery, including three or four pieces by an old British master named George Stubbs. Now, all of his paintings involved some kind of horse, and TWO of these paintings were of the exact same scene: a hungry lion attacking a horse. "Huh, pony vore" I thought to myself. But surely not... right?
I checked it into, and it turns out that George Stubbs painted lions voreing ponies dozens of times. He was fascinated with the subject matter; obsessed with it, even. Even in his own time he was known as Britain's painter of horses, and scholars all seem to agree that horses being devoured by lions was the thing he dedicated most of his time to. Is it really that much of stretch, knowing what we know now about human sexuality and the development of fetishes, to suppose that George Stubbs was in fact a pre-modern furry and voreaphile? That his single-minded interest in painting horses and horses being eaten, was in fact the result of his own private quest for wank fuel? Modern observers don't bat an eye when we suggest that Michelangelo's insights into the male figure probably came about because of his homosexuality, or that Rubens' exquisite paintings of full-bodied women were inspired by his being a chubby-chaser. Why should Stubbs be any different?
In fact, I suspect that all great figurative artists, past and present, are to some degree or other creepy perverts, and that this "flaw" in their social conditioning is what gives them the drive and dedication needed to master their art.
Oh, I agree completely. What I mean is that the internet has given people the ability to share aspects of their work that would not have been possible before. 50 years ago, an animator this talented would probably have been able to get work in film or television, but if they did something like this, they would have had no way of sharing it beyond a very small circle of people with similar interests.
In addition, good furry artists can apparently make a decent living drawing commissions of others' fursonas. Not surprisingly, a large portion of that work is sexually explicit. I just think it's interesting that the growth of the internet has opened up these kinds of artistic/business opportunities that never really existed before. Different strokes for different folks.
Yeah Stubbs, O'keeffe, and Bacon are but 3 examples of people who would probably be on DA these days.
Sanest Man Alive
Osamu Tezuka was the creator of Astro Boy, Kimba, Black Jack, Phoenix and many others, and was effectively the father of all anime. He also drew a sizeable amount of furry erotica, much of which involved women turning into animals with boobs, which was only discovered after his death.
"Is it really that much of stretch, knowing what we know now about human sexuality and the development of fetishes, to suppose that George Stubbs was in fact a pre-modern furry..."
Entirely possible. Zoophilia is certainly nothing new. Humans aren't even the only animals to fuck outside their species, as the frog-raping chimp exhibit here at poeTV shows (seems to be a predominantly mammalian thing, though). And it's not unreasonable to suspect that someone fixated on a particular subject might have a prurient interest in it; hell, I always used to wonder if Jack London had a bit of a thing for wolves, given how much he wrote about them.
Of course, suspicion and supposition are all it amounts to until you can dredge up better evidence than a feeling. Assuming that EVERY famous artist had to be some kind of sex-driven deviant is just as retarded as pretending sexuality didn't exist until Kinsey discovered the fuck particle. Not to mention it's terribly reductive.
|Miss Henson's 6th grade class |
Do a barrel roll, and lose faith in humanity.
|Sanest Man Alive |
I'm just so tired of all these star foxes
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