by, 11th April 2010 at 01:34 AM (301 Views)
I haven't posted in my blog for a while, so I decided to post something new. So far I've had a slow yet rewarding week, first my friend showed me this store called Comic Connections, and I found out certain manga is half price, so I managed to get Zatch Bell#1 and Yotsuba#3(No #1 sadly) which I must say is awesome, plus they have Pokemon cards! Then there was the bad part in my English Media class I never have a group no matter what. Either the people in the group would never let me do anything or they just don't like me so moving on to the project we had, we had to come up with a TV show for the reality TV genre, and present it, so I had to do it all alone, blech.
Anyways I still have some outstanding projects for school so I have to get them finished soon. Moving to the forum scene, I was quite excited to see the scans for Pokemon Black&White. I've had ideas for Gen V and a huge city was one of them, but if I see a huge factory in the center of the city, and the bad guys being a group of hjackers, I'm going to be suspicious. I'll expand on my ideas later. Also has anyone experienced an odd phenomenon on any forums especially here? You see it happens in a thread either praising, bashing, or just a neutral thread. It's better explained in an example:
Poster A: I love Lucario so much, they should add new moves that use aura for him. I hope they give him a new evo in GenV!
One to six posts later from Lucario fans...
Poster B: I've never liked Lucario, I really think he's overrated, I mean people just worship the thing like its real.
Subsequent Poster 1: Yeah, I never really liked him, it's just a piece of coding.
Subsequent Poster 2: I know, I don't get what people see in Lucario, he so easy to beat in competitive battling...
And it would go on, and on until the chain is broken. I've found a name for this "Chain of Agreement". A chain created when someone has an opposite opinion of the threads topic or another person who posted' opinion. This goes until someone breaks the chain. Do with this what you want to. I'll continue to find more examples.
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