Basically a place for catharsis that I can't put anywhere else on the forums.
I read a very interesting journal post by a fellow SPPf denizen concerning the friends list. http://mel-girl.livejournal.com/12424.html
Before reading this, I never turned down friends requests. I figured it wasn't such a big deal, and I thought I might as well make the newbies feel good. There was that one time I removed a user who was solely doing it to increase his count, but that was a rare occurrence. Now I have begun to reconsider what the friends list really
Someone has recently challenged me to be constantly annoyed by someone. Thus, I present snippets of my fandom adventures, the source of much annoyance.
I guess I shall log the stubborn people who hold opinions as fact first. Yes, they exist outside this forum. Mostly, they tend to be the targets of mockery, unless a significant amount of people agree with them. Personally, my procedure for dealing with these kinds of people goes like this:
1. You see an absurd post.
Stupidly deciding to check out Pokecommunity again, I came across a complaints thread. You know, because that's what the fandom does best. Of course, I got the age-old complaints that everyone in Pokemon is too happy. You know what, I've given up trying to argue with the complainers anymore. So, if you can't beat them, join them.
Pokemon is too upbeat and lighthearted. You know who else is upbeat and lighthearted? Kids, or at least the stereotypical view of them. That makes being
...can be expressed perfectly in this song: http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=6BdJYIXMe1M Yes, it's a break from the typical complaining about everything, but don't worry. I'll be back to normal.
I covered this on my GS blog already, but behold. http://forum.spore.com/jforum/posts/list/19099.page
And for my opinions about the event: http://www.gamespot.com/users/Boomarley/show_blog_entry.php?topic_id=m-100-25617884&tag=all-about;blog1