fluffy - 2010-10-17 Looks like Windows Movie Maker to me
White Trash Party - 2010-10-17 It's apparently a huge ass book series for 9-12 yo kids (had to look this up). Something tells me the people behind this are well over the target age group.
Also damn you would think they would spell check this crap first. Dunno why it bugs me more then the godawful animations but it really does.
StanleyPain - 2010-10-17 Trivia: There is, in fact, no single author for the Warriors books. It's about 4 or 5 women all writing under the same pen name.
And like all shitty young reader/teen crossover crap, yes...the majority of the buyers and readers are well over the intended age.
Which says something about society or something I guess.
BHWW - 2010-10-17 Apparently there's enough people out there who will argue that as an adult who reads juvenile or "Young Adult" fiction it simply means they are more "open minded" and don't let things like target age groups prevent them from going on wondorous literary excursions - usually in defense of slobbering and writing shitty fanfic over the latest Harry Potter or Twilight-wannabe series or what have you.
I think this was actually made by a kid though.
He says it's for homework.
White Trash Party - 2010-10-17 Oh it is a kid huh! My bad for not checking the original youtube. Well to be fair I was into things as a kid that would make me cringe now. I'm glad youtube wasn't around when I was his/her age.
StanleyPain - 2010-10-18 See, I have no problem with people reading young adult stuff. I just look down on the people who read shitty young adult stuff.