NERD RAGE! It's a beautiful thing.
I can't make it past 1:37. Too much twitching mixed with too much editing = I can't take it anymore!
Also: Someone older than 8 likes Pokemon? and is willing to admit it?
|Caminante Nocturno |
Yeah, I remember that episode! We nearly rioted the first time it was aired, but got progressively further from rioting with each repeated showing!
That's how the racists get you! Anime fans were the last line of defense against racist censorship, and we totally dropped the ball! Martin Luther King Jr. must be spinning in his grave!
"Americanizationists"? Is that some new weeaboo term?
I had to stop the second he said "racist".
|Dr. Lobotomy |
Anyway. 8:10 Blinds open, 8:11 Blinds closed. He can't even rant continuously. How can anyone take his arguments about rice ball sandwiches seriously when he isn't passionate enough to do it all in one take?
Doctor Frederick Odd
He is reading his rant off the screen as he talks.
I think he suffers some kind of speech impediment and he is trying to hide it by pasting together the better sounding parts.
Big Al was so upset over his children's cartoons that he sat and recorded this for HOURS. In nine and a half minutes it goes from broad daylight outside to night time.
"They turned a Japanese ninja into an AMERICAN POSER!"
So, they turned him into you, eh Big Al?
No, buddy, no. I don't remember that episode. I don't care about your dumbshit rice balls.
This is stupid, BUT it reminds me of the times I've spotted shit like this in cartoons. I remember seeing some anime on TV where one of the main characters got drunk on "special tea." Also, I saw an episode of DBZ once where some of the characters were drinking what was clearly beer, but had been badly visually altered to look like water I guess. They left the foam on the top, though. That was kind of funny.
Dude should forget about boycotting 4Kids, what he needs to do is boycott that barber that fucked up his head.
WEEEEE AAA BOOOOOO!
|a flaming monkey |
Why were there so many rice balls in Pokemon anyway, was food crucial to the plot?
It would have been more interesting Frenchicized Pokemon, and had the characters eating onion soup and drinking wine instead of rice balls.
When you call a rice ball a doughnut, YOU'VE CROSSED THE FUCKING LINE.
I remember that episode. It was hilarious, not because they clearly weren't eating donuts, but because the writers felt the need to reiterate that these were donuts about eighteen times per minute every time the rice balls were onscreen.
"Oh my donuts, these donuts sure are good and tasty like donuts often are! I can't doughnut enough of these doughnut-flavored donuts! They really doughnut the doughnut! Donuts!"
The editing probably tripled that cartoon's entertainment value.
Well, at least this guy has his priorities straight.
he cares about the cultural accuracy of dubbing some weird-ass foreign cartoon for little kids
|Doctor Arcane |
Pokeman was clearly the start of this trend. Not like, you know Robotech or anything.
Can you imagine the weeaboo nerd meltdown that would occur if someone "created" and aired a Robotech or Voltron style series mash-up?
Anyways, I always wondered how the people who had several separate series dropped on their laps and told to stitch them all up together well enough to sell some toys did it.
it's pretty easy - you just don't fucking care. It's a job, and you don't really think about it and you just do the damn thing.
Alternately, you really, deeply, and truly care about the product and put your heart and soul into it and then 10 years later a bunch of faggots on the internet talk shit about your hard work.
I'm not sure which one is sadder.
Haha ... just like in Ultimate Muscle when Kid Muscle referred to a letter box as a fire hydrant. Now that was fucking weird.
This kids needs to get a job.
|Mike Tyson?! |
These are the worst fucking tags.
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