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Well, despite my sneaking suspicion that you linked me that video solely for that curry-ageous(?) Curry smile near the end, I'd say that was a pretty entertaining video. My favorites (and the most cringe-inducing ones for me) are the ones that involved awkward exchanges between employees and unruly customers, especially the "You're a meth head, aren't you?" one. Yikes. However that last one was good for some schadenfreude. Thanks for sharing!
A lot of those retail horror stories actually reminded me of the ones on the subreddit TalesFromRetail, which you can check out if you are so inclined.
Also as a side note, John Heard (the actor who played Kevin's father in the "Home Alone" films) actually passed away a few days ago. It's sad to hear of course, but I figured I'd just mention it as the Tim Curry clip they used in the Walmart video was from Home Alone 2.
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(The two scurried through the smoke and once they passed through it, they stopped and turned around to look at the building again, wondering why there was so much smoke coming from it.)
So I found this article about the origins of the Graham Cracker on Snopes and it's pretty interesting. I read another artcle that focused on it for about one segment in a top x list, though I don't remember the name of the article.
I remember a movie that was on IMDB a while ago and I recall it having a plot summary that said something like, "This is a shitty movie about a dumb thing." While I don't remember the exact title, I know that it was a knockoff of Pixar's Wall-E.
Piplup the Meteor Magnet
Poor Piplup. Piplup was my starter in Diamond <3
Some servers just expect weird things, maybe she was scheduled to leave and thought she could and would get whatever tip you left? A big no-no for sure. I remember when I was a server at Pizza Hut, I was working with this woman who was at least in her 30's, probably 40's, and she told me that she was going to go after taking a tables drink order (I can't remember if she brought them their drinks or if I did), anyway she left and I waited on the table; brought them their food, refilled their drinks, everything other than seat them. The next day she says to me, "How much did the tip me (her)?" I think it was like $5, but I ended up saying that they left her nothing and she stated that it was odd because they always tipped. Me not being a sixteen year-old now would have still told her that "They left you nothing" and then would have added, "Because you left and I waited on them". I mean, it would have been one thing if she had put in most of or half the work and then had to leave because of an emergency, but yeah, people get weird ideas.
The teacher should have made a point of saying that she/he has finished adding to the blackboard after that happened the first time, that way students would know when they had all the assignments.
Ah, we need rain so badly here. It hasn't rained in over a week and it's been in the nineties and hundreds outside (the other day when I hung out with my friend it was 105) D: I think I very vaguely remember that specific scene. Haha, modern civilization would be in quite the pickle then. Speaking of outages, for some reason my town's electric grid is wired very oddly. I may have told you this story, but a year or two ago, a car wrecked into a stoplight next to one of the elementary schools and it knocked out the entire town's power. Had I not been there, I would have thought that to be an exaggeration because it sounds so ridiculous XD I'll try to catch you again on Friday if I am unable to again later tonight Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 22:22, July 25, 2017 (UTC)
- I slept for about 3 and a half hours and so I am up super early. I'm going to hate myself tonight, but at least I have time to get things done today; like actually talk with you :D
- I'd recommend Sun and Moon over X and Y. I thought the plot in Sun and Moon was really good, the characters memorable, and the new mechanics actually made the series refreshing. I didn't like X and Y that much :\ You might also see about waiting and getting the Nintendo Switch (it's getting a full blown Pokemon RPG either next year or 2019 and is $100-$200 more). Just my opinion tho XD
- I have no idea if she treated anyone else that way or not. She was only that way toward me on the one occasion and never said anything further about it. Looking back on it, I bet those customers knew her/were her friends. I was getting paid $3.25 an hour if I made so much ($6-something) in tips, so I kinda needed every bit I could get to save up for college at the time - made some good money that way; but like I said, I would have split it with her if she had done more of the work and had an emergency that required her to leave.
- Yeah. I will! I've been staying inside a lot (so the same as usual). I haven't seen Johnny Bravo in over a decade, so unfortunately I don't remember much of anything other than the names of the characters and what they looked like DX
- Oh yeah, I used to read those all the time. I also like to occasionally read the Darwin Awards (an award for people who die in ways that anyone with half a functioning brain could have avoided). My favorite was the one where this guy was at a lake or some body of water; in Florida, I believe, and there was a sign that read, "Beware of Alligators". The dude shouted "F*** Gators!" and jumped right in; he got eaten by an alligator within seconds.
- I remember reading about a president who got shot, I believe it may have been Garfield, who might have actually survived, but the surgeon actually made things worse by using nonsterile tools (sterilization wasn't a thing back then, not his fault there) and moving things around (like the bullet) in the president.
- I'm so sad that I can't find it now, but their was one surgeon in the 1800's who was just horrible. He killed two people and maimed one (he may have died too, don't remember) during the same surgery. I don't remember what he was treating, but it started with him accidentally cutting off part of his assistant's arm, then the dude he was treating died, and then another guy (can't remember if he was another assistant or just a spectator) died of the belief that his throat had be slashed when the doctor accidentally cut the collar of his shirt/coat. Yes, a guy died from the belief that he had his throat slit. To be fair, the surgeon was racking up quite the kill count in that one surgery. Please let me know if you come across the "surgeons" wikipedia article, would love to reread XD
- So, the Fate series is getting three new anime this year and two next year. I was looking at the openings for the newer ones and clicked a video that I thought might be a preview for one of them, but turned out to be fanmade (can't complain, weird part of YouTube is funny every now and then). I was wondering, what words do you hear at 1:47: , because I am laughing pretty hard at what I am hearing (loud singing warning). Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 16:48, July 26, 2017 (UTC)
- Sorry, I had hopped off and played my PS4 for a little bit and then went on to bed the other day. I need to look over my schedule for my days off this upcoming week and reaffirm what exactly our timezone difference is, I think we miiiight be able to have a few battles sometime this upcoming week.
- I found a link to a news article about the alligator dinner dude:  (ew, Gawker). Okay, so I guess it didn't eat him, so much as bite him until he died.
- Oh! I wonder how many things I forget and end up repeating to you, especially facts that you have told me XD I'm so forgetful anymore <.< I'm so sad that I can't find a link to the story about that doctor (I just spent thirty minutes googling for it); such a doozy.
- I hear "Gay horse, gay horse. I want a gay horse." I don't know what's so funny about that to me, I guess just because it is so unexpected. Haha, I found the repeated Boo-yah and the theme catchy. I discovered that the theme song was ripped from 'Haiyore Nyaruko-san', everything else in the video was original and made by one person - I find that impressive.
- Been writing anything recently? I finally started back up, not that I've done much. I was planning on a sort of writing marathon during my days off, but now I'm planning on spending a bit of that time filling out job applications and seeing if I can't snag an interview with some other company, and some other stuff. But - uh - I'm working on a sequel to Think Happy Thoughts :D
- Ah, time zones mess me up so much XD That's not good at all. You know, electronics keep getting more and more necessary in everyday human life; I wonder if the effects on the eyes and increased usage will make it to where all humans have poor eyesight in the future? Okay, that's probably a really good choice. That reminds me that I need to check me email, haven't done that in forever.
- Yeah, what if someone reads the sign and sees an alligator out there? "Oh no! That poor alligator can't swim!"
- Haha, that's good. My dad rambles and repeats a lot and I worry that I may have picked up that habit or am in danger of it. Gosh, I need to look back into Planet Dolan, it's been months.
- Yeah, vaguely. Wow, poor horses :( I've had some interesting suggestions by google over the years, ones that make me question mankind in general XD Really, people search the weirdest things. Although, sometimes that is done on purpose by groups to make google suggest funny things.
- I'll give it a read and leave a comment on it soonish. I like your stories and haven't read any in quite a while. I still need to finish reading the final Tobit. I had started reading it and got a couple of chapters in, but it's been so long that I should restart, lol. More Raidra stories are always a good thing. It's a surprise for me too at this point :D
- I have so many ideas right now too. Sometimes I wish I could just think something and have it appear on paper/computer documents. There is a lot of satisfaction that comes from physically writing/typing things though (and carpal tunnel). I hope your nauseous feeling has passed! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 00:30, July 30, 2017 (UTC)
- I meant to try to play Pokemon Showdown with you last week, but I got called in because one of the people on my shift walked out during lunch and didn't come back. Now there are only two of us on night shift. Yesterday was my first day off in six days D:< I don't want to make plans in regards to that yet because I can't really trust the schedule. In other news, my dad ended up losing his job; and I, my health insurance. The other day at work I had a sharp pain in my right side and down the right side of my groin. I finished my shift and went to E.R., it ended up being kidney stones - like I thought it was (wanted to double check it wasn't hernia or something). So I'm dealing with kidney stones now too, but luckily I got to the E.R. on the last day of my health insurance, so there is that. Fun times tho. Just thought I'd stop by and update you about my absences.
- We will try to play Pokemon Showdown sometime in the future, but things are a bit off the rails right now. Hopefully I get a new job which gives better hours and benefits, and get better soon >.> I'd settle for more free time and a speedy recovery at the moment, lol. I hope all is well with you! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 23:12, August 9, 2017 (UTC)
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Ah Vanilla Ice. The same guy who brought us such classics like, "Go Ninja! Go Ninja! Go!" and "Drop that zero and get with the hero." I remember the Nostalgia Critic doing a review of the Cool as Ice film way back in 2008 or 2009. I didn't grow up with Vanilla Ice but I do know that one song he did called "Ice Ice Baby". He also appeared in a Mac and Cheese commerical a couple of years ago. I don't know if the commercial was to promote TMNT 2012 shaped noodles or to promote the Micheal Bay TMNT movie.
I think doing movies that are about fads isn't really a good idea because it usually takes a long time to make a movie and the development process might go on for longer than the fad's lifespan. Speaking of that, I recently watched a review by RebelTaxi on a film called Bandz on The Run, which is about a group of Silly Bandz trying to get home. I remember experiencing the Silly Bandz fad when I was in 6th grade and I did have a couple of them myself. However, while I didn't think they were awful, I didn't see why they were fad worthy. As dumb as Fidget Spinners might seem, you can actually do cool things with them like fancy tricks or just spinning them around for hours on end. Well that's something I'd never thought I'd say!
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So last night, I made a major decision with Johto Quest. I decided to end the episode with Miki and Kuni's post battle exchange and make the battle with Morty its own episode. You see, episode three is already long enough as it is and I think ending the episode that way makes a lot more sense because the battle with Morty is probably going to be a long episode anyway, though I don't think as long as episode three. Episode 4 will be called, "A Toast to The Ghosts" while Episode 3 will be called, "Challenges" though I might change this if I find a better title. If you want to see the finished version of episode 3, click here!
For the most part, the more timeless you can make something, the longer it will be around. I think this is why a lot of Disney films still stand the test of time. One of the only scenerios where I think fads could be acceptable is in period pieces. For example, a period piece that's set in the mid 1970's features Pet Rocks.
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<sarcasm> ER MEH GURSH! HOW DURE YOU DECIDE TO TAKE A BREAK SKRUB!</sarcasm> In all seriousness though, if you need some time off, feel free to take it. I don't mind. I have other projects I can work on, like Sunny Hill Farms or that project Doom seems to be interested in.
So I recently discovered this new anime made by Mel Brooks. I watched a few episodes of it and I gotta say, I think it does a really good job of satirizing modern American politics and showing just how much of a big baby the president is.
I heard that The Emoji Movie was so bad, it broke every film critic that watched it. If Roger Ebert were still alive and watched it, his review would go something like this:
(Roger just sits in the theatre chair with an angry expression on his face)
Guy: So Roger, what did you think of The Emoji Movie?
(Roger's expression doesn't change and he points up to the celing. A clip from his North review plays.)
I've been doing well, how has your mother been, as well as yourself? As for me, everything is going great for me! :) Luigifan100 03:52, August 1, 2017 (UTC)
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Sometimes, a movie or TV show can be so dated, that it somehow becomes timeless. A couple of examples include the movie Demolition Man and the totally obscure Fresh Prince of Bel-Air TV series.
On the Lost Media Wiki, there's an article about a deleted scene from Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. I won't spoil what the scene is but I can give you the link to the article: 
(A comedian is performing at a Bookworm convention)
Comedian: So I just got done reading Moby Dick and I gotta say, it's a whale of a tale!
(Audience is silent)
Comedian: (meekly) Please laugh.
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The Wizard is one of those time capsule films. It captures late eighties/early nineties culture, especially the "Nintendo is Everywhere!" aspect. The film is about a boy who keeps saying "California" like "Cowafornya" and his brother Fred Savage who run away from home and hitch cross country with the help of a girl they meet to compete in the ultimate video game championship. Oh and we can't forget about Video Game Jesus himself, Lucas! This guy loves the Power Glove because it's so bad. He also has the ability to make this piece of junk actually work!
So there's an Honest Trailer on Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory featuring Micheal Bolton. I love how he puts a lot of effort in singing the songs, despite the silly lyrics. This is the video if you want to see it: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7GblgBFT1-s)
Did you get a chance to read through the final version of Johto Quest episode three? I ask this because I want to have everything completed as soon as possible. I feel bad for spending a bit too much time on this episode. Hopefully, I don't take as long on the forth episode.
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So in the film LA LA LAND, Sebastian the piano player gets upset at Mia for asking the eighties cover band he's in to play the song "I Ran" by A Flock of Seagulls. At first, I didn't really understand why and thought he was overreacting, as it's a rather decent song. But I did some reasearch and from what I understand, the piano part of the song isn't very interesting to play.
"There was an episode of Regular Show in which winning some kind of power glove was a major plot point. Then at the end it didn't even work..." I remember seeing that episode of the show! I haven't seen it in a while but I think the episode might've been paying homage to The Wizard.
Speaking of the movie, it could get really crazy at times. For example, there's a scene where Jimmy, Fred Savage, and Haley are face to face with Wormy Private Runaway Bounty Hunter Guy who kind of looks like George from Seinfeld in a casino. How do they escape his grasp? (Haley: *Screams and then points at Wormy Guy* HE TOUCHED MY BREASTS! *Security Guys carry Wormy Guy out*) A little while later, we see Wormy Guy talking in a phone booth and he says the following: (Wormy Guy: I touched her breasts. She doesn't have any breasts!) The film's rating? PG. If you had scenes like this in a film today, it would probably get a PG-13 or R rating because the modern MPAA is run by time travelling, prudish Victorian women (or so I've been told).
There's a scene in the movie Tommy Boy where David Spade is really trying not to laugh at Chris Farley's performance. This is the scene: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-G4DI9AzB8)
I guess the episode is ready to be uploaded to the site, huh? Well, I'll have to wait until I have access to a desktop computer, which will be Sunday because Weebly's editing system is a pain to use on mobile.
Originally, Kuni was SHOCKED by an ELECTRIC TYPE being a starter. There's a pun in there somewhere but I can't figure out what it is. Oh well! I guess we'll never know.
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So I was looking around the Lost Media Wiki and found out that the original pilot for Kappa Mikey has been discovered. The show was originally pitched to MTV but was turned down and picked up by Nickelodeon instead. I remember liking the show as a kid mainly for the concept and how the characters were presented. So for the American characters, they are drawn in a western style of animation while the Japanese characters are drawn in an anime style. Here's the link to the article: 
"Among the comments there was a sad joke that The Breakfast Club couldn't be made today because instead of talking and bonding, they'd just be playing with their smart phones." Can't be made today? Watch this:
(Six unique, modern looking teens sit at desks and stare at a guy who sounds like Benson from Regular Show)
Guy: Alright you punks! For the next two hours, no Twitter, Facebook, Instagram...
(The teens heads explode and fast scrolling credits appear while the song "Don't You Forget About Me" plays)
When I think of the word, "Contra", I think of that NES game that has the thirty lives code. The code, along with the game, are practically iconic video game staples.
I also found an article about an unmade short on the Disney Wiki. Here's the link to it: (http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/The_Square_World)
Yeah. Team Rocket haven't had work since the Pokemon anime ended... (Guy whispers in my ear) Me: Wait. What do you mean the anime is still going? (Guy whispers in my ear again) Me: It has almost a thousand episodes?! What!?
By the way, Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame was rated G, despite the graphic content in the Hellfire scene and Frollo's character. Meanwhile, Planes, Trains and Automobiles was rated R for one scene with swearing. Such brilliant work brought to you by the Moronic Prudes And Arseholes (MPAA).
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So last night, I posted The White Wolf story on the NoSleep Reddit and it got removed. How did it go? Here's my essay long tanget about it, along with some other interesting things I found about NoSleep: (https://pastebin.com/4bafTVsW)
I'm working on a quick little horror story based on an urban legend. The working title of the story is "The Statue". Here's what I have so far:
(It was September of 1996. Three college age girls were walking around in a breezy and deserted cemetary, searching for the statue of a man known as Jacob Peabody. After spending at least twenty minutes in the cemetary, the girls finally came across a white, eight foot tall statue of a man made out of marble. Both sides of the statue's face were covered in curly hair and it sported a buttoned up duffel coat, a bowtie, tuxedo pants, and a pair of loafers. The statue seemed to be staring out into space as it clenched the left side of its coat and stood on a square base with the words, "Jacob Peabody. March 5, 1829 - July 25, 1874" etched into it.
"Well, this is it!" said the girl in the green Alpha Sigma Gamma shirt, "This is where you'll be staying for the night, Dana."
"Are you sure I have to do this, Izzy? It doesn't seem like a very smart idea," Dana stuttered.
"Dana, it's an Alpha Sigma Gamma tradition! Of course you have to do it if you wanna get in, right Juile?" Izzy replied as she turned towards Julie.
"Mhm," said Julie as she nodded her head.)
I always seem to struggle with the word "Cemetery" because I always think there's an "a" in there for some reason. I want to implement a back story for the man whom the statue resembles. Here's what I had in mind:
("One day, Mr. Peabody was taking a stroll through the park when someone shot him in the back of the head. He fell to the ground as he bled out on the pavement. To this day, no one knows who shot him.")
I'm trying to figure out where in the story I should put the information. I kind of want to try and fit it in sometime before Izzy and Julie leave Dana alone with the statue. I'd like to think that The Square Machine was used in the making of the Minecraft universe.
Cloud Girl? You mean Lumpy Space Princess from Adventure Time? When the hell did that crossover happen?! Can you link me to the crossover if it exists?
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Today I went to see Dunkirk with my brother. Before I went to see it, I thought it was going to be some sort of superhero movie because the director of the film directed The Dark Knight trilogy. However, it turned out to be a war movie that takes place during World War II. I liked the movie, even if it was drastically different from what I was expecting.
What is it with me and having bad luck with Reddit when it comes to sharing my stories? First I had that guy's jerkward-esque comment on my Sunny Hill Farms story on the WritersGroup Reddit and now we have NoSleep removing a horror story because it's not a horror story even though half if not more than half of the story contains horror content. Could it be that Reddit is just not the place for people who are serious about sharing their stories and improving their craft?
I think that's a good suggestion. I think I can probably do something like:
("Well, this is it!" said the girl in the green Alpha Sigma Gamma shirt, "The statue of Jacob Peabody!"
"Hey Izzy, isn't that the same guy who got shot in the back of the head while taking a stroll through the park?" the girl in the blue jacket replied as she stared at the girl in the Alpha Sigma Gamma shirt.
"Mhm. I also heard that the guy who shot him was never caught. So now whenever people decide to sleep at the foot of this statue, they are inflicted with hellish nightmares that stick with them for the rest of their lives. If they're aren't brave that is," Izzy remarked as a smile grew across her face.
"Just so we're clear, this is where I'm going to be staying for the night?" Dana asked as her eyes slowly moved back and forth. Izzy and the girl in the blue jacket both said, "yup" at the same time.
"Are you sure I have to do this, Izzy? It doesn't seem like a very smart idea," Dana stuttered.
"Dana, it's an Alpha Sigma Gamma tradition! Of course you have to do it if you wanna get in, right Juile?" Izzy replied as she turned towards the girl in the blue jacket.
"Mhm," said Julie as she nodded her head.)
"Tom and Jerry and Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory." What's wrong with this sentence?
0 A. There are too many ands.
0 B. These two things shouldn't be together.
0 C. Patrick: I have three dollars...
0 D. Both A and B.
Speaking of that, there's a still from this movie that just made my piss my pants with laughter (R.I.P Pants). It's during a scene where the characters aer at the gates of Wonka's factory. Ladies and gentlemen, may I introduce... Violet Derpigard: (https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DFyVypmXkAABdQM.jpg:large)
Yes. That is an actual still from the movie, which came out in 2017. I think the animators did that on purpose because you can't make something that funny by accident. It's just not scientifically possible! I think the crossover could've worked a bit better if they replaced two of the characters (namely Charlie and Grandpa Joe) with Tom and Jerry because then the characters would be better integrated with the story. They can still have slapstick, even with this direction. For example, when Jerry (who is Charlie in this hypotheitcal movie) sees the candyman giving away free candy to the kids. When he goes in and tells the candyman that he wants free candy too (in writing of course), the candyman refuses and demands payment from Jerry. Jerry responds by climbing up a shelf and making a box of Wonka Bars fall on his head and crush him. Jerry then pushes the box out of the shop and looks through all of the Wonka bars for a golden ticket.
Before I upload the Johto Quest episode, I wanted to check for errors last night but I had a really bad headache. Hopefully I can try and do that tonight and if I can't, maybe you can help me out.
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It's here! The third Johto Quest episode is finally up! *Throws link at Raidra* Catch! I'm hoping that the next episode won't take as long to write but I feel like I could take a short break from Johto Quest to work on some other things like Sunny Hill Farms.
I'm glad you liked the writing. I started writing up a plot summary for another story called "The Green Present". It's pretty much finished and I think that might be the next horror story I write after I get more work done on Sunny Hill Farms. The idea for the story came after watching I Hate Everything's review of an anthology horror movie called XX. The first short in the film is called The Box and the plot is similar to The Green Present except that it kind of sucks. Because of this, I decided to write a story summary that has the same premise as The Box but has a better execution (hopefully).
I could go on for hours about how the American Education system has failed people, especially me, when it comes to public schooling. In fact, you could write a Lord of The Rings long book about this subject and still have enough material for a second and third book. For the first book, you could call it: "Lord of The Fail: How America Sucks at Edubacation". For the second book, the title could be "Lord of The Fail: Murican Education! Fuck No!" and the third book could be called "Lord of The Fail: How The American Education System Needs to Get its Head Out of Its Arse".
So the Das Boot Film has a website. Actually it has two. One is for the director's cut, which is a more modern looking site, and the other is the original 1997 website, which you can access through the director's cut site.
I uploaded one of my stories to the Short Scary Stories reddit. It's the one titled "Where Did These Come From?" So far, it seems to be having better luck than the last time I uploaded a scary story to a subreddit. *cough* nosleep *cough*
I haven't been keeping up with Pokemon Ultrasun and Moon news (mostly because I want to be surprised with the game's contents) but I've heard that there will be a new form of Lycanroc called Dusk Form. From what I can see, it looks a little something like this. It may not look like much now but maybe it will have different lore, different abilities, and maybe even have a type that is different from the other Lycanroc forms at a later time. But we'll have to wait and see.
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So apparently, my White Wolf story was featured on the MadeFromRI Twitter page. They have over five thousand followers and I'm really excited about this because it might help me get some exposure. Here's the tweet I'm talking about. I also posted the story to the r/urbanmyths board and it seems to be doing quite well there.
For the bullies part, I think that some of them do it because of issues at home (i.e abuse, divorce, etc) and/or an undiagnosed mental disorder. But I also think that others do it because of boredom, peer pressure, or to see if they can get away with it. If you ask me, I think the former category should be required to attend therapy while the latter category should be required to attend anti-bullying classes, should either group decide to bully another person. If you suspend them (which is the usual punishment bullies are given if I'm not mistaken), all you're doing is giving them a free day off and as a result, they don't really learn anything and they'll probably try to do it again once they return. I think education/therapy are much more effective methods of correcting the problem because the person is actually being taught why that particular behavior isn't acceptable. Not only that but particularly with therapy, they can be given advice on how to cope with their problems that don't involve bullying others. Are these bulletproof solutions that'll solve bullying once and for all? No. But if your goal is to find an effective way to reduce bullying, then I think these solutions should be given a chance.
I remember when The Secret Saturdays first aired on Cartoon Network! It didn't last very long though, which is a real shame because I think it was a really good show that should've been given a chance.
So I found this Podcast made by Midnight Marinara and from what I've looked at, it's an analysis on that Ronald McDonald House pasta. I haven't watched it yet but I get a feeling it's going to be good because one of the names featured in the title is motherfucking SlimeBeast. Or as I like to call him, Slim Shady Best. If you couldn't tell already, I'm kind of a fan of his work. I think SlimeBeast is a very talented person who has a hell of a lot more skill than I do when it comes to writing. His stories aren't always bullseyes *cough* Abandoned by Disney *cough* but I still think he puts his all into every one of his stories, even if it doesn't work. Here's a link to the podcast if you want to check it out.
I'm sorry you weren't feeling all that good, I hope you're feeling better now! I also really appreciate our friendship, and I hope your mother and yourself are doing well. Thank you! Luigifan100 04:29, August 15, 2017 (UTC)
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Thank you for sending that video. I'll try and check it out if I can. I liked the first video in the "Pointless Things for X Game" series so maybe this one will be pretty good as well.
Speaking of mental illness, I found an article that does a psychoanalysis of Holden Caulfield from Catcher in The Rye. For me, I thought it was a bit of an interesting read. If you wanna look at it, here's the link: (http://www.teenink.com/opinion/all/article/565066/A-Psychoanalysis-of-Holden-Caulfield/).
When I first read C.I.T.R back in tenth grade, I really related to Holden and felt that I had quite a few things in common with him, especially considering the fact that tenth grade was an absolute nightmare for me. Now that I'm in a better situation, I'm not sure if I still feel the same way about Holden. Though I can tell you one thing. He's one of the inspirations for an upcoming story of mine, along with the hatred I feel for another book that isn't Catcher in The Rye.
Behold! The most American thing you will ever see: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Ah2I166f_U).
From what I can recall, one of the things the group noticed was that it seemed to use elements from three different Slimebeast stories, such as Abandoned by Disney, Extra Ketchup, and Afterpeople. I'll have to watch it again to see what else they commented on.
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For as long as Catcher has been around, it hasn't had a movie adaptation. From what I understand, J.D Salinger had one of his other stories adapted into a film and needless to say, he saw it as a complete disaster. As a result, he seemed to be rather reluctant about having another adaptation of his work made. This may also explain why he decided to make Holden hate the movies. But if someone wanted to make an adaptation of Catcher in The Rye and they had the rights to do so, they could adapt the book into a video game that is similar to Bully, which plays more like a tamer version of GTA.
If you took that opening and replaced Cobra with ISIS, it could be a great commercial for the U.S Army.
Remember when I showed you an article about a lost film called The World of Power and Women? Remember how the article mentioned that it was the first Japanese animated film to feature voiceovers? Well guess what? There's another lost animated film Japan that was also the first of its kind. The film I'm talking about is called Suzumi Fune or Cool Ship. According to its respective article on the Lost Media Wiki, it is a short 1932 pornographic animated film that is widely considered to be the first piece of pornographic animation produced in Japan. It was going to be the first part of an erotic two-reeler, but everything changed when the Hot Fuzz nation attacked. Here's the entire article on it: 
I also found an article about an obscure series called Timberwolf. It was the last show to be animated by Chuck Jones before his death in 2002. Link to article is here: 
So on Sparknotes, I was looking at the important quotes section for Catcher in The Rye and it seems like something I would write if I lived in the Post-World War II era. Not sure if that means that the writing is good or bad but it was definitely an interesting observation.
I think we've all had that one classic book that just didn't click with us. In ninth grade, mine was Of Mice and Men. At the time, I didn't find it all that great because most of the characters didn't seem that interesting aside from two or three. I also didn't like the ending because it seemed nonsensical and extremely avoidable. I haven't read the book since so my memory of its actual content could be way off.
Also this: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M_wfIiMbNk8)
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Oh my god. I totally forgot about the child at the beginning of the video. The only reason I sent it was because it was the most in-depth look at the device I could find. #HugsforRaidra
Speaking of that device, I think I can fit it into the Dental Dilemma Story I've been writing. I can have Sam's dentist ask Sam if he would like to try it and have Sam be interesting in trying the product, which is in the prototype phase at the time of the story. The device will be hooked up to the Nitrous Oxide tank and his Game Boy.
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I can kind of see why some people think aluminum trees are the invention of a writer. These types of tress are rarely seen anywhere in real life, even during the Christmas season so one might start to believe that they're something from a writer's imagination. I also think one advantage an aluminum tree might have over traditional trees is that you don't have to worry about the needles making a mess. But then again, there are fake trees that look and feel like real Christmas trees that also don't make a mess with their needles so that maybe why aluminum trees aren't very popular.
So I added a little bit to the Sunny Hill Farms pasta. Here's what I got: (Once the plan was laid out, we all got up from the table and Becky told me to follow her to the milking barn. After traversing through the knee high grass for at least a couple of minutes, we arrived at the steel building and went inside.)
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So you know that scene in Home Alone 2 where Uncle Frank is singing a song about being the heaviest cat you ever did see? Well, I recently found out that the name of the song is Cool Jerk and the song is by The Capitols.
Here's the original version: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=27PydomerjM)
Here's Uncle Frank's version: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYDcs9QroB4) Forgive the abrupt ending on this clip. It was the best quality version I could find.
Speaking of Home Alone 2, it's a film that I kind of enjoy. Don't get me wrong! This is NOT a good movie. It does feel like a near point for point retread of the first movie (Examples Include: The family is preparing to go on vacation, Kevin having a scuffle with Buzz, Kevin is not with his family, slapstick with various homemade traps, etc) and it does feel half assed, especially from Culkin's acting. However, there are some elements of this film I do like.
For example, the film is visually appealing. Like with the first movie, the visuals are drenched in Christmas imagery and colours. The part where they play a clip of The Grinch building up a huge smile then fading to a scene with Tim Curry trying to imitate that smile was pretty clever and interesting. That's one of my favorite parts of the movie.
I also like the idea of a kid exploring an unfamiliar city all by themselves. There's a real sense of adventure to it and they show both the ups and downs of embarking on this adventure. Though, I like the idea itself way more than the final product.
I admit that I kind of enjoyed some of the slapstick. Maybe it's because I'm a fan of things like Tom and Jerry and the old 1950's Goofy cartoons, but some of the slapstick did get a laugh out of me. It really does a good job of making something look like it really hurts.
Home Alone 2 is one of my holiday guilty pleasures. It's not one of the worst Christmas movies I've seen and the original Home Alone was probably better, but I still enjoyed it fine enough.
Leaked Script of IT 2:
[Tim Curry Monster: Hey.
Stock Horror Child Character 1: Who's there?
Tim Curry Monster: I've got cake and ice cream and Nintendo down here!
Stock Horror Child Character 1: Really?
Tim Curry Monster: We all eat cake and ice cream over Nintendo down here!
Stock Horror Child Character 1: (Looks under bed and falls down the rabbit hole like an idiot)
(Unfitting J-Pop Song plays as the credits roll)]
I think the only thing they changed about the Crystal Pepsi is that there's no brown colouring to it. I'm not a fan of regular Pepsi's taste (it tastes like flat Coke with too much sugar poured into it) so I'm not really sure if I'd like Crystal Pepsi. Though it might taste like Diet Pepsi, which I think taste better than regular Pepsi. I haven't seen it on store shelves in my area and I'm a bit iffy on buying food and beverages over the internet so I guess I'll never know if I'd like it or not.
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Speaking of Home Alone, there was this scene in the TV show called The Critic where Jay Sherman (the titular critic) reviews Home Alone 5 and the movie clip he showed was this. I've seen the first three Home Alone movies but I haven't seen four and five. I can't imagine that they're any good. Fun fact! Did you know that Roger Ebert didn't care for the first or second Home Alone film? However, he seemed to like the third one better than the first two. Then again, these reviews were written in the 90's so his opinion might've changed since then but because he's dead, we'll never truly know.
So I was doing some housekeeping for my email's inbox and I came across something interesting. It's an unfinished story called "The Terrors From Underneath". I remember writing the story when I was about fifteen years old and I think it's the first horror story I've ever written. It isn't that long so if you want to read it, here's the link. Get ready to laugh, cringe, and maybe get scared as you read the writing prowess of my fifteen year old self.
Today I visited my cousin and her family. She has a son named Sylas (pronounced sigh-less) and he just turned one not that long ago. For a one year old, he seems to be very vocal and capable of walking around for a long period of time without an issue. He can also take most falls like a champ. While I was there, he seemed to be chewing on things like a PS4 controller, a book, and anything else he could get his hands on. My cousin and her husband told my family and I that he was going through his teething phase. I took a few pictures of him and I think this is the best of the bunch, along with maybe this one. In the second image, Sylas' left eye has a bit of a cut next to it because he had bumped into a cabinet earlier.
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A long time ago, the Nostalgia Critic made a review of The Good Son and apparently the movie was so bad, it caused him to lose his voice and talk like Wile E. Coyote throughout 99% of the review. So I did some research and I found out that Culkin's father really wanted his son to be in this movie and Fox agreed due to Culkin's bankability, hence why Culkin got the part. From what I understand, his father wanted to prove his son's capacity in a dark role, though if I'm being honest, I don't think it paid off. I think The Washington Post's review of the movie said it best when they pointed out that, "The mere presence of the adorable boy star...seems to throw the whole film out of whack, making the picture play more like an inadvertent comedy than a thriller."
There was also a tie-in novel for the film, which gives more character development for Henry, specifically when detailing how Henry was born a psychopath, rather than being some personification of evil. There are also some things that play out differently from the movie. For example, when Henry offers to take Connie to her bedroom and is rebuked by his sister, choosing Mark to take her, Henry doesn't just calmly look around the room, humming to himself. Instead, as Mark and Connie are heading down the hall, they hear a crash, as if Henry kicked over a chair in a fit of rage. Susan (Henry's mother) cuts the dinner date short because of a feeling that something is wrong at the house. Based on the information I could find on the novel, Henry's mother seems to have a bit more common sense than her movie counterpart. I haven't read the actual novel but I think it might be a bit better than the movie.
I haven't seen a lot of Jerry Lewis' work but I think he was pretty good in The Nutty Professor. When he's the nerdy teacher, he's pretty funny and really has a ball with the roll. When he's the cool jerk Buddy Love, he's okay at best, though I think Buddy Love might be played by a different actor. Speaking of not releasing work until a later date, J.D. Salinger had some stories that weren't supposed to be released to the public until fifty years after his death. However, on November 27 2013, some stories of his ("The Ocean Full of Bowling Balls," "Paula," and "Birthday Boy") that were under lock and key at both Princeton University's Firestone Library and the University of Texas, got leaked. Here's the article I read that talks about the subject.
Today I watched the eclipse. On the east coast, we didn't get a total eclipse. Instead, we got a 63% eclipse. The most that happened was that the temperature dropped and the wind picked up. It was still kind of neat to see it through the fancy eclipse glasses.
So apparently, [http:// https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OK_Soda Okay Cola is an actual thing]. It was introduced in 1993 and discontinued in 1995. So... there we go.
2nd Draft of "The Wendigo Gun" is complete for critique
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After the Antarctica scene, I had a scene where the character is in a weird version of Australia in another version of this story, which I'll have to look for. After that, they would be on a space station to confront the owner of the mossy hands. Once that scene is over, the twist ending would be that the charcter was reading a "write your own story" presentation for English class. It would also be revealed that they were just retelling the story of a TV special with them in place of the actual main character. I've wanted to finish it but I've had other projects to work on and this particular project needs a lot of work, specifically in the grammer and tense department.
So I decided to watch the AVGN's review of various GameBoy accessories and it's pretty funny. There's accessories out there that you'd swear someone made up as a joke.
I love how self aware the OK Soda's marketing campaign was. It's kind of like something you'd see in something that parodies advertising. Honestly, I'd prefer this type of marketing over... this... mess. Then again, was this brand ever good at advertising itself without the help of celebrities?
Don't you just hate when a terrible but catchy song gets stuck in your head and you have to go out of your way to get rid of it? Well luckily, there's hope! Introducing... UnhearIt! The best website for dealing with those damn earworms! The reason why I bring this up is because I've had this song play in my head nonstop for about two days stright. Luckily for me, this song is actually good.
If I was a famous author, I would want most of my unpublished work to be accessable to the public upon my death. That way, they can see my growth as a writer and maybe try to finish one of the stories if they choose to do so. I mean, if I'm dead, I won't really have much use for them.
Sorry for the absence! I've been busy with stuff once again. I'm currently working a ten or eleven day stretch (depends on how you count the days or shifts) at work. Tomorrow will be my first day off in that many days >.< I don't care if the place is burning down and I'm the only one that can put out the fire, I shall not go in on Thursday, whether they try penciling me in on the schedule last minute or calling me in - Thursday shall be a glorious day of relaxation!
I've done a lot of deep soul searching and thinking over the last few days and I've come to feel quite relieved. Like, I have been depressed for most of this year (understandably based off what all has happened) and now I've been able to finally kick it to the curb. I came to the realization that I try to be responsible for everything, take in every burden. I finally have concluded that a lot of the bad things that have happened lately are not my fault, or even responsibility, and therefore I shouldn't burden myself with worrying, rather they are the result of choices that others have made.
The other thing that has ate away at me forever is my lack of a meaningful career, house, and even children (to a small degree; still majorly don't want them, but it bothered me anyway). In regards to that, I have come to feel that such things may or may not be for me and that trying to find my own place in this world is such a futile exercise. Rather, I will eventually fall into my own place in the world regardless of whether or not I search for it and that is fine. In the end we don't have to do a thing, just live. Nothing great or grandiose, just live. I no longer feel as though an invisible force is crushing down on me; I feel free for the first time in a long time.
Thanks to the passing of my depression I have found myself able to write again. While the world state around me may be rather grim, I, myself, am great and happy. I just wanted you to know that I am doing good (even if my job does strain me quite a lot).
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So I managed to find the second part to the Terrors from Underneath. However, this part only includes the scene taking place in Australia, as I didn't write the space station part or the ending yet. I think this part might be slightly better though it still has tense swapping and grammar issues.
I remember seeing a blog post on the Creepypasta Wiki about how DubiousDugong was found out to be a major plagarist. I don't how long ago it was though and I might be mistaking the person in the post for something else. I found out just recently that he has an entire category dedicated to him on the Trollpasta Wiki.
Behold! The most original pasta ever made: (Do you remember Carmen Sandiego? A lot of people seemed to have grown up with either the live action game show version or the animated series. Well I'm here to tell you a dark secret about the elusive Dick Tracy looking beauty. It all started in November of 1991. I was an intern at a Soviet cartoon network and I was working at my boring desk job doing some sornyak. Because my job was so boring, I decided to snoop around in the archives of the network. While snooping, I came across an interesting packet of paper. I browsed through it and saw that Carmen was made to brainwash children into learning geography while also brainwashing them into becoming loyal to the Soviet Union. Not only that but she was also made to help children feel okay crushing on a fictional character. THOSE MONSTERS! When I learned about this plan I vowed to squash the Soviet Union by sitting on my butt and doing nothing. It seemed that my plan had worked because on December 26, 1991, the Soviet Union collapsed and everyone was happy once again. The End.) Speaking of Carmen Sandiego, she had also parodied John Wick at some point.
I vaguley remember the Justin Pepsi ad. It was pretty good and I think it might be the only Pepsi ad I actually like. Maybe it's because I'm biased towards Coke but I'm not really sure.
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After reading the blog post you sent me regarding him, my memory has been jogged. I remember when this post was new and I definetly remember seeing the trollpasta in the comments section of this post. I also remember mentions of Micheal's totally not patchworked novel involving LGBT related themes. You know, whether you like my writing or don't find it to be your cup of tea, you can at least argue that I don't rely on plagarism to make my work stronger.
So today I found an article about the truth behind bestseller lists. I thought the aritcle was quite interesting as it really dives into just how flawed they really are. Speaking of bestseller lists, it seems that almost every book you come across, it has either this phrase, "#1 New York Times Best Seller!" or a varation of it on the cover. Isn't that just weird? I mean, how can all these books be number one on the best seller list? Is there something I'm not seeing?
I think I remember Carmen Sandiego from my childhood. I don't know if I watched the animated series or played one of the computer games but I do remember it being a small part of my childhood. Last night, I watched a video made by Brutalmoose where he reviews Where in The USA is Carmen Sandiego and it features a guy who likes settlers tinkering with his caboose. WAY COOL! It makes sense in context.
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This month, a cute little cat ran onto a baseball field during a game between the Cardinals and the Royals. For whatever reason, they called it a Rally Cat. Maybe it's because I'm not an expert in baseball but I fail to understand why it got that nickname. Personally, I would've called him/her Slugger.
The other thing that perplexes me is fried ice cream. Correct me if I'm wrong but wouldn't the ice cream melt if it was put into a hot enviroment like a frialator? On second thought, why would you want to fry ice cream? I mean, with fried dough (also known as Doughboys) I understand the appeal because it tastes delicious, especially with powdered sugar on top, but fried ice cream? Speaking of Doughboys, I found this article that talks about habits Rhode Islanders have. My dad and I have habits six and seven.
So I found this cover of The Facts of Life theme song by The Blanks. It's an acapella rendition and it's pretty good. With all of the reboots of eighties and nineties TV shows, I haven't heard of a Facts of Life reboot being announced, which is quite surprising. You'd think they would've done it by now. Though I hope they don't make a Punky Brewster reboot because you can't top the original Punky Brewster. She was the perfect blend of cute and badass, even during the later seasons. #TeamPunky
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- Angelic choir plays in the background* He has risen once again to bring us his commentary on a shitty movie about a dumb white guy doing white guy things that were apparently cool to do in the nineties. *Choir stops singing*
So I recently watched a video made by Darkness Prevails where he read ten supposedly true stories about alien encounters. While I do think he has an excellent voice, the stories he narrated in this video seem pretty fake to me. I think it's because I don't really buy into the idea that aliens are real. If they did exist, I think we would have a lot more legitimate proof like bones or scales or pieces of their ship as opposed to evidence like witness testimony, which can be easily manipulated like a Wikipedia article by either the witness themselves or other people. Sure there was that whole Alien Autopsy video but even then, it was proven to be a crock of bulldookey.
Here's the video: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcbJfDnMhYU)
Here's the Wikipedia article on the Alien Autopsy video: (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alien_autopsy)
I never heard of someone turning their hat inside out for good luck. In the past, I've turned a hat I was wearing backwards like Ash Ketchum did in the earlier seasons of Pokemon.
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I might check that episode out when it gets released, that is if it's available online at that point. When I was growing up, I had a crush on Misty and she was my favorite out of the main cast. I think it's because we had a lot in common, especially when it came to fearing bugs.
Also, I found this cute image if a Rockruff and thought you'd might like it. Here's the image: (http://i.imgur.com/B6ooxYs.jpg). I also found this image of Fidel Castro eating a hot dog. It's so surreal, I'm just going to give you the link to it: (http://imgur.com/DXcTJAL).
Is the unforseen circumstance Tropical Storm Harvey? I ask because I've been hearing a lot about it and I'm not sure if you're in its path.
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You know what? I never noticed the glasses before. They just kind of blended in with everything. I actually have an idea for Rockruff lore. So Rockruff is a rock type and its body would probably be too hard to pet or scratch. But what if the hardness of its skin was based on its mood? For example, if it was feeling happy, its skin would feel really soft and fluffy. If it was angry or threatened, its skin would be extremely hard.
Guy in tin foil hat with too much time on his hands: "Based on the described situation, one can safely make the conclusion that your house is hosting slovenly snakes in its walls." Speaking of that, there was an incident involving squatter snakes living in a couple's home a couple of years ago. This is an article that goes more in-depth about the situation: (https://patch.com/maryland/annapolis/snake-infestation-chases-family-out-home-0).
Hi there, I've been doing good. Unfortunately I got sick last week around Monday or so and I still have it. However, on the plus side, those cookie bars look delicious, I didn't see them when I last checked at my Walmart, so I may have to look harder next time. I hope everything is going well with you and your mother! :) Luigifan100 05:30, August 31, 2017 (UTC)
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So I found an image that sums up my thoughts on the whole, "Aliens Are Totally Real Guys" movement. I give you... This: (http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/facebook/000/807/738/3fd.jpg).
Good news! The governor of Rhode Island just signed a ban on Gay Conversion Therapy into law! Rhode Island fuck yeah! Here's an article about this milestone: (http://wpri.com/2017/08/29/gov-raimondo-signs-ban-on-gay-conversion-therapy-into-law/). As a bisexual, this is great news because this type of therapy is a big load of pseudoscience that does more harm than good.
I switched over to Top5s videos. I'm new to their channel and I've only seen a few videos but I think they might be better than Top15s. They have a better narrator and seem to take research more seriously.
How about "Ten True Alien Hex Girls Stories"? Get it? Because the Hex Girls were in the Scooby Doo witch movie and they're kind of like witches. Speaking of aliens, I think being abducted by aliens can make for a great fictional story but telling it as if it were true just doesn't work.
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I found an article about an incident that would fit on a show like World's Dumbest. So a man in Japan passed off counterfeit 10,000 yen bills (approximate to US$100 bills) as legal tender. The bills in question were taken from one of those play money sets that you sometimes see at toy stores or dollar stores. Now in the U.S, play money is quite distinct from real money for obvious reasons but in Japan, play money looks a bit more realistic. However, there are some clues that give away the toy money's authenticity (such as lacking a backside and the phrase "Children's Bank" being printed on them a few times) and these clues are what lead to him getting caught by a curious person if I'm reading the article correctly. Here's the link to the actual article: (http://en.rocketnews24.com/2017/09/01/man-counterfeits-50000-yen-using-only-a-100-yen-shop-a-convenience-store-and-a-japanese-custom/)
Can you imagine putting that Ash Ketchum line in other emotional moments, like the death of Simba's dad or the death of *sniff* Stoutlaaaaaaaaaaand! Sorry, I'm still not over that one.
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So blaneitonjorge recently uploaded a video about the ten best episodes of the Goosebumps TV show. They also do a bit of comparing between the book and the episode, which I thought was interesting. Here's the video if you haven't seen it already: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uNX-iUDEVpY).
I did a bit more work on the forth episode of Johto Quest. I'm planning on doing more work on it sometime after the holiday because that's when my college classes start. Here's what I got if you're curious: (https://pastebin.com/my933pyN).
On Thursday, I went to see Spiderman Homecoming with a friend and one of the pre-movie trailers was for the remake/reboot of Jumanji. Needless to say, I wasn't impressed. So from what I saw in the trailer, Jumanji 2017 is about some generic teenagers who find a magical Atari 2600 (or one of those mini models) that has this game called Jumanji in it. At the start of the game, the player picks their character and once they do that, they get sucked into the game, which has some damn impressive graphics for an Atari 2600 game. I've managed to find the trailer for the film if you want to see it: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHo17Aza5h8).
As for the original Jumanji, I liked it as a kid and even found it a bit scary at times. But watching it today, I noticed that it doesn't hold up as well based on the dated CGI and that stupid Home Alone scene in the department store with the hunter guy. I think the one thing that's still good about the movie is Robin Williams' performance and I honestly think that's why the movie seems as good as it is. I also remember seeing a film called Zathura, which is similar to the original Jumanji. I think the reason for this is is because it's based on a book called Zathura which was written by the same author who wrote the Jumanji book. I haven't seen the Zathura film since I was a kid so I don't know how well it holds up today.
If I recall correctly, Ash was already in a bad Creepypasta called Ash's Coma Theory so maybe the whole "ruining pastas" thing isn't that far off from the truth.
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I saw the cover of the Jumani book on its Wikipedia page and it seemed very familiar. Maybe I read the book in elementary school because I don't remember reading it at an older age.
I have at least twenty for or twenty five of the original Goosebumps books. My collection originally belonged to my brother who passed them into me when he got too old for them. One of the books (I Live in Your Basement), was a recent addition that I bought off of Amazon for a good price.
In the TV series, they would sometimes adapt stories that weren't from the original series like The Perfect School for example. I'm not sure if this was due to reasons related budgetary constraints (after all, it was kind of a low budget show), or reasons related to the content in the non-adapted books. One of the books that I really think deserved an adaptation was The Beast From The East. This book has a surreal, Alice in Wonderland type tone, mostly coming from the world the characters are thrusted into, the creatures who inhabit it, and the weird game that the title is named after. Now that I think about it, they may not have adapted the book due to the show's low budget. Seriously 1990's? You had a show that's based on one of your most popular book series and you didn't even have the decency to give them a bit more money?
I'll admit. Jumanji isn't the worst film out there and it can definitely be entertaining, especially due to Robin Williams' performance. But I'm still not impressed by Jumanji 2017 and if the Mrs. Doubtfire remake/reboot rumors are true, then I wouldn't be surprised if Robin Williams rises from his grave and gives Hollywood a big slap in the face and a "Reason(s) You Suck" type of speech. Speaking of Mrs. Doubtfire, I think some of the films Robin Williams was in were specifically designed with him in mind and trying to put another actor in the role just wouldn't work. Also, Robin Williams died in 2014 and it's now 2017 so barely five years have gone by since his passing and now we're hearing about remakes of Jumanji and Mrs. Doubtfire. Like geez Hollywood, slow the fuck down!
Another thing regarding Mrs. Doubtfire is the TV cut. In this cut, there's a line that goes something like, "They're my ---- damn kids too!". For years, I've been trying to figure out what the missing word was and the closest I can think of is God. But if that's the case, that's a very weird word to omit. I mean, it's not a swear word like Fuck, Shit, or even the infamous C-Word and I don't think this cut airs outside the U.S (a country with a Christian majority) so why omit it in the first place?
So in the media, there has been a war between the Baby Boomers and the Millennials about a bunch of things. I did some research and I found out that I belong to neither group so now I'm sitting here like: (https://i.giphy.com/media/tHvxNSQ9c1Hbi/200_s.gif) as the war wages on.
I used to like Mindchop's content but after their Simpsons Predictions video, I stopped caring about their content. What a lot of countdown channels lack is a host with personality. Three of my favorite countdown channels are Slapped Ham, Reckless Ed, and Planet Dolan. All of these channels have hosts with distinct personalities that can turn an ordinary countdown video into something all their own.
I could do an essay about my least favorite movie cliches. I'm not sure if I'd make it a top five or top ten essay but I know it will be an essay.
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My Goosebumps books are still in the box they came in because I don't have a shelf to display them all and the shelves I do have are taken up by other books. Dammit! Oh well, at least they have their own place.
I think a lot of other people weren't happy with that video if the comments section is anything to go by. I guess the reason for this is because some of them sound like they were stretching for something like the one about the wrecking ball in one of the episodes being a prediction for Miley Cyrus' song of the same name. To me, prediction videos are generally dumb because a lot of the time, the so called "predictions" are either vauge or really stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread. Oh and don't even get me started on 9/11 "predictions". There seem to be so many out there, especially when it comes to shows who were around before 9/11 happened. Let me ask you this. If there are so many pre-9/11 TV shows out there that predicted the event, don't you think someone would've noticed and tried to do something about stopping or informing someone about the upcoming event? I don't know if they would've been successful or not but I think an attempt would've been made if this were the case.
Speaking of conspiracy theories, there was this one guy who believed that the moon landing was faked that interacted with Buzz Aldrin. According to Aldrin, he was lured to a Beverly Hills, California, hotel on September 9, 2002, under the pretext of an interview on space for a Japanese children's television show. As he was leaving the hotel, the moon hoaxer was there demanding that he swear an oath on a Bible that he had walked on the Moon. When Aldrin refused, moon hoaxer followed him and repeatedly called him "a coward, and a liar, and a thief". Aldrin finally Falcon Punched the moon hoaxer in the jaw, while being recorded. Noramlly I don't condone violence but that video was pretty satisfying to watch.
There is one reaction channel that I really like. His name is Chadtronic and his reaction videos only show the best parts of the reaction as to not bore the audience with gaps of silence in-between the good parts. His more recent videos have this 90's Nickelodeon vibe to them and they're quite energetic. He even has a dancing lobster named Greg. Here are my top five favorite Chadtronic videos:
1. 1999 BEANIE BABIES SCAM
2. SCHOOLS UPSET OVER FIDGET SPINNERS
3. INSIDE POKEMON CARD TOURNEMENTS
4. PARENTS UPSET OVER POKEMON
5. YOUR CAT WANTS A MASSAGE
Bonus. PARENTS UPSET OVER BARNEY TOY and PARENTS UPSET OVER HATCHIMALS
Have you see the Goosebumps movie with Jack Black? I saw it a while ago and I thought it was decent. There's a couple of funny jokes here and there and I kind of the like the Monster Squad-esque plot. However, I don't think the main actors were all that great and there were a few cliches (such as the forced romance) throughout the movie.
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So tomorrow, I'm starting my new online college classes. One of them is an introductory course and the other is basically like DLC for another class I took last semester. For some reason, I thought Labor Day was on Tuesday.
Yeah, from what I understand, he sort of plays a cartoony version of the author himself. Hilariously enough, Stine himself appears in the film at one point, though I won't spoil the exact moment. Although I enjoy the books a lot, I didn't go into the movie with high expectations and while I don't think the film is all that great, I think it could've been a lot worse.
Have you ever heard of The Great Gatsby? Well supposedly, the oldest film adaptation of the book made in 1926 is said to be a lost film, with just a simple trailer currently avaliable. A couple of good sources that talk about this film are this article on the Lost Media Wiki and the Film and Television section of the book's Wikipedia page. The only film adaptation of Gatsby I've seen is the one with Leo D. Caprio and one of the things I remember the most about this movie was how Gatsby's accent kept flipping back and forth between British, American, and some other type of accent. As for my thoughts on the book itself, I haven't read it since school but I do remember liking it okay, though I found the writing to be a bit overbloated at times.
I also found this article about a lost Canadian horror film that I though was pretty interesting.
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I remember watching Goosebumps on Cartoon Network when I was younger. From what I remember, the show was only on the network for a short time before moving to The Hub network sometime later. I heard that the whole series is on Netfilx now yet they only have the first two seasons of the Haunting Hour. I don't know if they couldn't get the rights to the other seasons but it kind of sucks not having three and four, as I think season three was the best season in the entire series.
Now that you mention Tim Burton's Alice in Wonderland, there are a couple of things I would change about the story to make it work a little better. For example, the Queen of Hearts would be very logical and because of this, she wants to bring sense and logic to a place where sense and logic doesn't fly, thus making her a legitimate threat to this world. The other change I would make is to have Alice, now an adult, shield herself behind a very logical and emotionless personality as a reaction to the death of her father at the beginning of the story. After an unsuccessful suicide attempt, she is knocked unconcious and goes into Wonderland and her friends tell her about the Queen's plans and beg her to help them. However, Alice starts throwing a barage of questions at them, to which they ignore and try harder to convince her to help them. After much persistance from her Wonderland pals, Alice finally gives in and begrudgingly agrees to help. As she's travelling through Wonderland, she gradually gets her emotions back and starts embracing the world around her. When she goes face to face with the Queen, she starts busting some nonsensical rhymes and due to the amount of nonsense she's taking in at such a rapid pace, the Queen's head eventually explodes. Wonderland is saved and Alice returns to her old self. The End! Personally, I would just stick to the original Alice in Wonderland story if I were making an A.I.W film but if they really wanted to go with the whole "saving the land from an evil force" story, I think these would make the story just a bit better.
When I was younger, I remember people making a big deal out of this book called Eragon. I don't remember too much about the Eragon Mania but from what I understand, it was noted that the guy who wrote it, Christopher Paolini, was about fifteen years old when he finished writing it. The book was first published by his family's publishing company and later by another company. This book is the first part of the Inheritance Cycle series. Personally, I haven't read the book but from what I understand, it seems to get criticised for cribbing from a lot of other sources, such as Star Wars and Lord of The Rings, without putting much of a unique spin on them. I recently watched the Nostalgia Critic's review of the film adaptation and the film doesn't really improve much from the original book. Fans of the the Inheritance Cycle say that the later books are better but something tells me that might not actually be the case. Speaking of this, I've written a plot summary for a fantasy story where the main character turns into a dragon after taking what she thought was a "tounge tattoo". It makes sense in context. Fair warning, the story has no title yet.
I've recently finished watching Adam's (a.k.a YourMovieSucks.org's) playthrough of Life is Strange and I'm currently watching his playthrough of Life is Strange: Before the Storm, which is a prequel to Life is Strange. I remember when L.I.S came out back in 2015 and how people were praising the hell out of this game. During Adam's playthough of the first game, I learned that the game isn't all that it was built up to be. If you want a link to the first part of his L.I.S playthrough, let me know.
Hi there friend, I got good news and bad news, the good news is that I am no longer sick! However, the bad news is that Hurricane Irma is going to be hitting Florida, thankfully I am inland, but I am worried about the high gust winds. I hope everything is going well with you! Luigifan100 03:46, September 8, 2017 (UTC)
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I haven't seen many of John's videos but I hope he finds a safe place to stay. I'm not sure if New England is going to be affected by the hurricane but even if it is, I think it might be weaker by then because according to this article by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, cold water weakens hurricanes while warm water strengthens them.
From what I understand, in the 1951 Disney adaptation of the original Alice in Wonderland (which is what Tim Burton's version is supposedly a sequel to since his version is also a Disney film), as the Queen orders Alice’s execution towards the end of the film, Alice eats the pieces of the Caterpillar's mushroom she saved and grows large again. The King and Queen order her to leave the courthouse, but she refuses and insults the Queen. As she does so, she returns to her normal size, and the Queen orders her execution. Alice flees, and the Queen, King, card guards and other characters give chase. When she reaches the small door she encountered at the beginning of the film, he shows her that she is actually already outside, asleep. She wakes up and leaves the riverbank with her sister and Dinah to go home for tea. In other words, she didn't defeat the Queen in the last film, though she wasn't afraid to express her feelings on the situation.
"Fun" fact! Did you know that Disney released 2-disc special "Un-Anniversary" edition DVD of the 1951 Alice in Wonderland on March 30, 2010 in order to promote the the shitty Burton version? I'd like to think that the people who came up with this idea were so blown away with how shitty the Burton version was, that they thought doing this would help the audiences be a little less pissed when they saw the Burton version. Speaking of Burton, I don't feel like it's 100% his fault that the film came out the way it did. From what I understand, Burton was in charge of developing the story for the film. He claimed that he didn't have an emotional connection to the original story and decided to tell a different story featuring the characters from Alice in Wonderland. While he did work on the story, I get the feeling that the studio forced him to make changes to it at certain points during production.
While I'm on the subject, I also had another idea for the improved version of the Burton film. So along with having little to no emotions in the beginning, Alice starts out by also having extremely pale skin, as she hasn't gone outside since her father passed away. Throughout the film, the pigment in her skin gradually returns. It starts with her legs, moves up to her hands, then her arms, then her neck until finally reaching her face. It's a subtle detail but I think it's also kind of a clever visual clue that symbolizes Alice's growth.
I think some ideas have more staying power than others. For example, the first Pokemon games were first released in 1996 and it's still very popular even today. One of the reasons might be because each entry improves upon the last by fixing glitches, adding new features and omitting the ones that weren't all that great while keeping the ones that were good, adding new Pokemon and giving love to some of the older Pokemon (see Mega Evolutions for more information), etc.
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Dammit Hurricane Irma! How dare you besmerch the name of one of the most beloved TMNT characters ever?! ECKH!
So last night, I was working on developing a page for a landmark in Lysergus (the land that the dragon LSD girl Suzy travels through) that's structured like a Wikipedia article. The name of the landmark is called Silver Cave and while the page is kind of short, I think it might make for an interesting read. The three major influences for the Silver Cave are all weird and disturbing old cartoons such as Betty Boop's Minnie The Moocher, Swing You Sinners, and The Peanut Vendor (1933).
Speaking of The Peanut Vendor, I remember first seeing this cartoon when I was ten years old and being absolutely terrified. I mean, the plot and audio aren't all that bad but what really puts in the the Pants Shittingly Scary category is the design of the main character and how they move. There are also a few moments where the main character stares directly at the camera with its bugged out eyes. In fact, I jotted down my worst nightmare which involves this character, though the description ends rather abruptly.
I'm not sure if this is one hundred percent true but here's my theory on the situation. Based on Burton's previous works such as BeetleJuice, Pee Wee's Big Adventure, Batman, and Edward Scissorhands, one can argue that he is a guy that can pull off stories involving weird, strange, and even dark topics. Because of this and the fact that Alice in Wonderland is a story about madness, the people at Disney might've thought that this combination was a match made in heaven and thus went out of their way to make sure this became a reality. While I can understand how they came to this conclusion, I think they should've let him tell the story he wanted to tell without much studio interference besides having the condition of including the characters of the A.I.W universe. They also should've called have the project something else if he wasn't going to his own version of the Alice in Wonderland story. Not only would this have probably made the final product a bit better but I think fans of Alice in Wonderland might've been more open to it, as it would be doing its own thing rather than decieving fans into thinking they would be getting Tim Burton's take on the original story. Honestly, until I did some research, I had no idea that Tim Burton didn't have an emotional connection to the original story.
So there's this story on the Creepypasta Wiki called I Think There's Something Wrong with Daniel Tiger. Basically, it's a lost episode pasta that's as cliched as they come, which you'd think would mean that the story would've been removed by now but apparently, it's still on here as I'm writing this. From what I udnerstand, it was originally a story from Reddit so that kind of raises a red flag already. Maybe it was approved via the Spinoff Appeal system but I highly doubt that's the case.
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In the case of The Sober Skunks, I based their actions off of an article on Snopes that tries to verify this claim: "In 1926, the federal government poisoned alcohol to curb consumption during Prohibition; by the time Prohibition ended in 1933, an estimated 10,000 people had died from this poisoning." I won't spoil their analysis so here's the link: (http://www.snopes.com/government-poison-10000-americans/).
So 9/11 or Patriot Day, as the calendars like to call it, was yesterday. I was wondering why it isn't a national holiday. I mean think about it. 9/11 was the day where everything changed forever. Not only that but it was a day where people put their butts on the line to save others with some not making it out alive. Also, if we can have a national holiday dedicated to Christopher "The Uber-Douche" Columbus, why can't we have a national holiday that celebrates the heroes who risked everything to save others during a very hectic and life changing event? I was only three when the event happened but I do understand how big of an impact it had on the American public and just how traumatic the whole thing was.
I think Tom Hanks can be a damn good actor if he's given the right role. One film that comes to mind is Saving Mr. Banks where he played Walt Disney. In the film, he does such a good job portraying him that I thought I was watching the real Walt Disney instead of an actor trying to play him. Speaking of Saving Mr. Banks, I thought the film as a whole was quite good, though there are a couple of parts that I didn't like such as how P.L Travers' flashbacks didn't gel with the rest of the film and the ending. It's a legitimately interesting story that's handled in a mature way.
Perhaps the contact lens ad was made by a foreign company who wanted to get their two cents on American culture without being too overt about it. Wouldn't be surprised if that were actually the case.
So there's this lost anime series called Golden Kids and it's basically an anime version The Bad News Bears except switch Baseball out with Soccer. It's based on a light novel of the same name. There were only two episodes made but the only pieces of footage that have survived are a trailer and the first episode.
There are a couple of reasons for its "Lost" status. The first is the way that the episodes were distributed. So from what I've read, the series was distributed exclusively through an iOS app where users would pay $2.99/350 yen to unlock each episode. While the price for a single episode might not seem so bad on the surface, you quickly find out something different once you start doing some math. Okay, so let's say I like the series a lot and buy at least a season's worth of episodes in an alternate universe where this show has that many episodes, which is about twenty six episodes for an average show. So we plug in 2.99 and multiply it by twenty six. Our result comes out to $77.74... for one season. So if that's how much one season would cost, imagine how much the entire series would cost! Not only that but the app that hosted these episodes no longer exists and you can kind of see why. If they really wanted to make money on this series on an episode by episode basis, they would've put it on YouTube, a much more popular and accessible video platform, and charged about ninety nine or eighty five cents per episode. The second reason is possibly due to the 2011 Tohoku earthquake and tsunami halting production on lots of work in Japan at the time. Here's the link to the Lost Media Wiki article on it: 
You know what? If you ask me, I think The Bad News Bears Go to Japan is a much better sports anime. I mean, for an anime made in 1978, the animation looks pretty damn realistic and I love how it accurately depicts both American and Japanese culture.
I think the people who commented on the Daniel Tiger story are probably just joking around based on how their comments are written. I also archived the page on the Wayback Machine just to preserve this blunder in the Wiki's history. The Daniel Tiger page was first created on September 8, 2017. Today is September 12, 2017. So as of this message, this story has been up for about five days. For a type of story that's been blacklisted on the wiki, that's impressive. Let's see how much longer it stays up.
Hi there, I was able to stay safe during the Hurricane, thanks for your prayers and well wishes! I got my power restored early this morning, which makes me glad, since that means my food was saved and I was able to get everything up and running! I hope everything is going well with you too! Luigifan100 03:00, September 13, 2017 (UTC)
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I just wanted to let you know that I'm doing okay, just busy as usual. I plan on making a longer message in a couple of days, mah bed beckons. Hope all is well with you! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 04:46, September 13, 2017 (UTC)
- Yesterday was my day off and I meant to make a longer post then, but I had a lot to do. I ended up going to bed at 10 PM and did not wake up until near 2 PM today, being up for 30-something hours straight is exhausting DX Luckily, I went to a job fair for an airplane manufacturer the other day. Here's hoping that I get to contribute to the construction of planes and get to leave my current job.
- I trust your leg cramp from last month is gone by now! Oh, I still need to check out those drawings you emailed me - I am in a bit of a hurry so will do it in a couple of days. On a related note: people seem to be getting quite pissed at me elsewhere about my not checking in all the time. Thank you for being understanding of how busy and worn out I am. It's really hard to manage time efficiently and to where everyone gets satisfied sometimes X_X I mean, it's not like I choose to have such a limited amount of time to do things in a day. *Sigh* Gotta go! Take care~ Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 23:27, September 15, 2017 (UTC)
- I checked out the drawings you emailed me. At first I thought you hadn't sent me any by mistake, but then I saw that the files were stored in tabs underneath the from on the emails. Crisis averted! Although, I didn't receive any attachments for the third email you sent (Bushōpawā). The pictures are kind of hard to see as attachments as they don't enlarge by much, but I could generally see the characters - not the writing and sometimes expressions. Jeong Do is my favorite of the branches, I am really fond of the chivalric code. I also approve of the naming after films and, in the case of the other branches, Pokemon moves XD
- It's not an anime moment, but a friend and I were discussing our favorite Batman moment ever and this is mine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BE2D_kRRWcI Way back when, I always wondered why Dick wasn't dressed as Batman. Eventually, it dawned on me that he wasn't because he hadn't earned the right to the cowl XD Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 05:04, September 20, 2017 (UTC)
- Totally not your fault, thank you for sharing. Part of it might be my eyesight and choice of email service. Oh yeah, that was great. You know what isn't great? The Death Note Netflix film. Light is dumb and L is dumb, while Mia (the Misa Misa reimagining) is the smart and manipulative one. If you can't remotely stick to the source material, then what is the point of an "adaptation"? Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:02, September 21, 2017 (UTC)
- Sounds like a bad day DX I vaguely remember a couple of moments where Robin solved a riddle (that actually seemed to be more of his thing than Batman's overall) and it was something that I really appreciated because it gave Robin something to be better at than Batman.
- I haven't even seen it, but I did watch a video on its mistakes after deciding to forgo it based on a comment an an anime forum that read: "You may already know that the film is bad and desire to watch it out of a sense of morbid curiosity. Even under such a motive for viewership I would not recommend watching. It is painful." A couple of things that really stuck out to me were Light Turner (they changed his surname, lol) showing Mia the notebook immediately after talking with her for the first time and developing a crush and L straight up meeting Light in person to tell him that he knew he was Kira. Oh, L also cries a lot and suffers a few emotional outbursts. Here's the video I watched: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dl6btU2QgHI
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If you ask me, I think that rumor was started by either conspiracy theorists or beer companies who wanted to increase their sales through some poorly thought out marketing campaign.
I think I remember seeing a "How is This Still a Thing?" segment on Columbus Day. The video I'm about to link you to pretty much sums up my thoughts on the holiday: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eKEwL-10s7E). Not that long ago, Adam Conover from Adam Ruins Everything did an episode called Adam Ruins Everything We Learned in School and one of the things Adam covered was Columbus Day. He goes a bit more in-depth about the holiday than the other video so I'll just link you to the clip where he talks about it: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8PQXiJiLOY).
If I proposed the idea of getting rid of Columbus Day and replacing it with some other national holiday, I would advocate for Satoru Iwata Day to become a national holiday, which would be celebrated on December 6th. Seems like a weird choice but hear me out. So Satoru Iwata was the forth president and CEO of Nintendo and this guy is unbefreakinglevible. This is the guy who was able to fit not one but two entire Pokemon regions on a tiny Gameboy cartridge and was basically instrumental in bringing Pokémon to Western markets. He was also a major contributor in broadening the appeal of video games to a wider audience by focusing on novel and entertaining games rather than top-of-the-line hardware. But the thing that really hits home for me was what he did after Nintendo's net sales fell by two-thirds from 2009 to 2012. As a form of apology and to supposedly spare the other employees, he voluntarily slashed his own pay in 2011 and 2014. Here's the kicker. This is just scratching the surface on how awesome he was and because of this, I'll give you a link to a Wikipedia article on him that goes into a lot more detail: (https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satoru_Iwata). I'll be honest, I can't read through it without crying because he was one of my idols along with Walt Disney and Satoshi Tajiri. In other words, you might want to have some tissues on standby if you choose to read it.
The Daniel Tiger page was first created on September 8, 2017. Today is September 15, 2017. As of this message, the story has been up for seven days. The longer this story stays up, the more confused and amused I feel about it. How could the admins look at this and say, "Yup! This definitely meets our Quality Standards. Let's go get some burgers!"? (Turns into the AVGN) What were they thinking? (Turns back to normal).
In the unlikely event that one of my works is adapted into a medium like film or television, I would like it to be available on various platforms like DVD, Blu-Ray, YouTube, and Netflix at an affordable price. I would even allow people to use footage from the work in transformative ways like reviews or YouTube Poops as long as they properly credit whoever needs to be credited. I think it would be a great idea because they get to use the footage how they want while giving the work more attention. In other words, it's an idea that's super win win all around.
So the other day, I found this video made by a guy called E;R about the first Life is Strange game. I won't spoil too much but he basically tears this game a new one while being friggin hilarious. Here's the video if you want to see it: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LFlMoAasW4A). I'm waiting for him to cover the prequel called Life is Strange: Before The Storm where you play as Max's friend Chloe. In the meantime, I'm watching the guy from YourMovieSucksDotOrg play the game across a series of videos called Plazethrough on his AdumPlazethroughs channel. The videos are a bit long but here's the link to the first part: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b54GI1DgAtc).
There is this species of octopus called the Flapjack Octopus and it's the most adorable thing in the ocean. Personally, I would've called it the Marshmallow Octopus because it looks like a giant Peeps marshmallow.
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So back in the eighties, there was this video series called Little People. I remember having a few VHS tapes from the series but I don't remember what the plot was. The weird thing is that it was made by Marvel. I hope we get a Little People vs. Avengers movie. Here's an article about the Little People series: .
Have you heard of that new Magic School Bus reboot? I have and from what I understand, it's a disgrace on the M.S.B legacy. As someone who grew up with the original series, I'm inclined to agree. I'll take the OG Frizz over this new wannabe any day!
The Daniel Tiger page was first created on September 8, 2017. Today is September 16, 2017. As of this message, the story has been up for eight days. I also found this pasta called Red Moon, which is basically a shoddy retelling of Apollo 18 that gives no personality to the main characters and thus gives the audience little reason to care about them when something bad happens to them. Plot twist! That pasta is on the Creepypasta Wiki. Though from what I've looked into, Red Moon was first uploaded to the wiki around September 16th of 2012 so I'm not sure if I should cut it a bit of slack. Here's the link to Red Moon: (http://creepypasta.wikia.com/wiki/Red_Moon).
I am glad to hear that, I hope the lunch with your brother and mom was fantastic! How have you been doing, is everything going good for you? Luigifan100 01:11, September 17, 2017 (UTC)
I've never actually heard of Close to Home, though it does sound funny, I'll have to see the cartoon sometime! I wonder how a turkey can even fit into a microwave.. O.o Luigifan100 02:58, September 17, 2017 (UTC)
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So I recently found out about a cancelled Hannah Montana anime series on The Lost Media Wiki. From what I read, the series was would be closer to the original show than Toei's other adaptation of another western property like Power Puff Girls Z. I don't know if that would've been a good thing because the original show was less than spectacular to put it nicely. Here's the link to the article if you're interested: .
Last night, my family and I went out to dinner to celebrate my brother completing the LSATs test. I don't know how well he did but based on the massive amount of time he spent studying, I can't imagine that he did that bad.
Speaking of reboots, I don't understand why Disney is remaking all of their old 2D animated films. Some might argue that they're doing it to show the younger generation these classic stories but if that's the case, wouldn't be cheaper and easier to rerelease the actual movies in theaters? I mean, they've done it in the past with no issue so why not do the same thing today? So far, I haven't been a fan of these reboots/remakes, especially the Beauty and The Beast remake! Ugh! Fuck that movie. Strap in. This is going to be a long digression.
To me, Beauty and The Beast 2017 is inferior to the 1991 film in almost every way. One of the things I dislike about this film is Emma Watson as Belle. Now don't get me wrong. I have nothing against Emma and I did like her as Hermonie in the Harry Potter films. But here, she seems miscast, especially in the scenes where she has to sing, which is something that she can't do for shit. In the singing scenes, the use of auto tune is quite obvious and almost sounds like she's a female version of T-Pain. If she went toe to toe with Paige O' Hara (Belle's voice actor in the 1991 version) in a singing contest, Paige would run circles around her.
Also, when the film tries to recreate certain scenes from the 1991 version, they feel less energetic and fun. Remember, just because something is more energetic in animation, doesn't mean it will automatically be as energetic in live action. Speaking of that, the servant characters in the remake, such as Mrs. Potts and Lumeraie, look ugly as hell. I understand that they were made with CGI and all but what looks good in animation, especially 2D animation, doesn't mean it will look good in live action, even with the help of CGI.
Now there are some differences between the 1991 version and the 2017 version. First, there's a bit more character development involving Belle's mother and how she died. There's also a new song and an openly gay Lefoo (forgive me I don't remember how to spell this character's name). However, while these differences seem interesting, I don't feel like they really help fix or distract from the films flaws. Overall, the 2017 film feels like an inferior version of the 1991 film with some remotely interesting DLC thrown in.
Sorry about that but it's something I really had to get off my chest. Anyway, the only recent Disney remake/reboot I kind of liked is The Jungle Book because I felt like it improved some of the flaws that the original had. Honestly, I think Hollywood should remake bad movies, especially bad films with wasted potential, because they can have the potential to fix the flaws of the original and possibly have the wasted potential fully realized. In my eyes, you can make almost any concept work with a little thought and effort. Don't get me wrong. I love Disney. In fact, a few of my favorite films are Disney films like the 1951 version of Alice in Wonderland, the animated Beauty and The Beast, Mulan, Mary Poppins, and Fantasia. This studio has been around for nearly a century and they have proven time and time again that they're capable of doing so much better than these awful remakes.
"On July 18th, 2020, NASA launched a new vessel." Narrator: And it was called The Ship of Dreams. But then, everything changed when the Fire Nation attacked.
So while I'm waiting for the second episode of Life is Strange: Before The Storm to come out, I'm rewatching all six parts of AdamPlazethroughs... well... play through... of Life is Strange: Before The Storm focusing on Episode 1. So this game is a prequel to Life is Strange and you play as Max's best friend Chloe. Based on the gameplay footage I saw in Adam's playthrough, I'm not very thrilled about this game. Most of this comes from how unlikable and one-dimensional Chloe is, the cringy dialogue, and the fact that none of your choices matter based on the fact that the character acts in a predetermined way in the original game, making all of your choices completely pointless in the grand scheme of things.
Getting back to Chloe, It's extremely difficult for me to sympathize with her character. From what I saw, she seems to be really entitled. Not only that but in the first hour and twenty minutes of the game, she destroys a car for a lousy shirt and steals about two hundred dollars from that same car, insults a man's motorcycle, breaks into a concert for a mediocre band that stole the name of another band (Fire Walk from Twin Peaks) by slightly modifying it to Firewalk, gets wasted, arrives home at two in the morning, and gets mad that her mom is feeling happier and getting over the loss of her husband. Now this would be all fine and good if these things were used as a basis for an arc where she learns from these experiences and makes efforts to become a better person. However, based on how she acts in Life is Strange and some of the other footage from this game, I don't think that's what they were going for. Here's a plot twist that would make even Shamaylan cry. Life is Strange: Before the Storm has received overwhelmingly positive reviews!
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Really? I thought the whole "I don't particularly care for B.A.T.B 2017 mates," opinion would be a lot more common for some reason. Besides me and that other guy you mentioned, I think Doug Walker also didn't care for the movie. He made a video with his brother Rob that's a part of their Sibling Rivalry series. If you wanna check it out, here's the link: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hI4y53Oj-io). Pp9
Behold! A truly excellent visual pun: (https://m.imgur.com/UvxrlJs).
"Oh, here's something. I have a mystery beverage to send you. You can send your address to my email, firstname.lastname@example.org." Confused Guy: Am I being pranked? What's going on here?
Also my talk page is getting close to needing to be archived.
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Thanks for the offer but I think I'm going to have to pass on that one. Speaking of Crystal Pepsi, Coca-Cola had their own variant of clear cola called White Coke that was produced in the 1940's. In other words, Coca-Cola beat Pepsi to the punch. Take that Pepsi!
The Daniel Tiger story was created on September 8, 2017 and today is September 19, 2017, which means the Daniel Tiger story has been on the wiki for about eleven days. Also there's a new comment on the story that sums up my feelings on it. So I did some more invesigating and it turns out that this story was not submitted to Spinoff Appeal, as the latest submission seems to date back to January 17, 2017. So if that's the case, I'm not really sure how a story like this could get on the Creepypasta Wiki, as Lost Episode pastas have been blacklisted.
When I was a kid, I remember seeing a film called Big Fat Liar, which stared Frankie Muniz and Amanda Bynes. The film is about a kid named Jason Shepherd (Muniz), whose creative writing assignment is stolen by an arrogant Hollywood producer, Marty Wolf (Giamatti), who later plans to use it to make the fictional film of the same name. I think I enjoyed the film though I'm not sure if it will hold up if I watch it again today. So after reading the film's Wikipedia article, I found out that there was a sequel called Bigger, Fatter, Liar released in 2017, though it was a direct-to-DVD film. Aside from minor changes, the plot is basically a note for note retread of the original film. What's funny about the "sequel" is that plagarism in the original film was viewed as a bad thing, yet this film could be considered a near carbon copy of the first film. In fact, the "sequel" is so bad, it doesn't even have its own Wikipedia page, though it does have a page on the Awful Movies Wiki (yes that's a real thing). Also, here's a review on the film that was made by a student who submitted it to the Boston College student paper.
Stupid question but was Rob Schneider ever funny? I heard that Adam Sandler could be funny every once in a while but Rob Schneider?
By the way, my talk page is getting close to hitting fifty messages.
I'm glad that you like our latest little perk! You've certainly earned it!
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Believe it or not, Phelous already reviewed Friend Request last year. From what I understand, the film originally came out in Germany in January of 2016 and Phelous was able to get a copy of the movie sometime last year. So if you want to get a taste of just how bad Friend Request is without paying money to see it, watch that review.
Yeah I guess someone could inform the admins about the pasta. However, if you look in the pasta's revision history, Empy (who's an admin), made a contribution to the page on September 11, 2017, implying that he knows about the pasta already. So if the pasta hasn't been removed by an admin like Empy, who should know about the Lost Episode blacklist rule, then there might be something about this story that I'm not seeing.
"He was also one of the hotel staff in Home Alone 2..." Unfortunaly, he was overshadowed by the likes of Tim Curry and Mr. Oompa Loompa (Trump).
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To be honest, I have no idea why they decided to release Friend Request to the States one year after it got released in Germany. Yeah the film is in English according to the footage Phelous showed and the film's Wikipedia article, but even then, I still don't get it. Was there really that big of a demand for the film to be imported, let alone be shown in American theatres? Also, the girl on the poster looks a bit similar to this image of Chucky from Child's Play, which is a film that I don't think holds up today in terms of horror and whatnot.
So today is the Autumn Equinox or as the calander calls it "Autumn Begins". Though it seems weird to me that a season would start near the end of a month like September. I mean, wouldn't it make more sense if the season began at the beginning of the month. You know like Spring would start on March 1st, Summer would start on June 1st, and Winter would start on December 1st?
In preparation for the upcoming Halloween season, I decided to watch a film called Cry Baby Lane, which, like The Electric Piper, was a lost Nickelodeon film for a number of years until someone uploaded it online sometime ago. Without spoiling too much, the film kind of plays like a movie-length version of an Are You Afraid of The Dark episode. While the film can be quite disturbing at times, I don't think it's very scary, though that might be due to the fact that I wasn't in the right age range to really be scared by it.
Head down down in shame, trench coat soaked and hat stylish as usual
I apologize deeply for not speaking in a long while. That was inconsiderate of me. How did your world play out in the last months?
Heh, always wondered how college must be, only heard the bad aspects so far. Then again, everything about your ethereal world smells of darkness at first (note: darkness smells like sulfur and sweat). Glad to hear things are well. I have been mostly a consumer in the last few months. Read a lot and watched a lot videos. After a few things, I should be able to start working on some things and at the end I wanna try doing something big, not sure what yet. A significant source of entertainment were the Chick tracts: Jack Chick was a fanatical evangelist, his intense and entertainingly insane hatred kept him alive for 93 years. Whether he was humanity's greatest troll or history's most entertaining bigot, the world shall never know anything but what was seen through his tracts.
- Oh, I've seen many of them, including that one. I'm watching em through the improvised narration of two guys that makes it ten times more entertaining, but not even them could improve Satan's response "Well, I'm Satan, I lie, that's what I do. Get over it." I love that as well he had to retract one tract about gay people because he accidentally made Satan the good guy.
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In Child's Play, there's a scene where a toy hammer stands up by itself and makes a "Shing" noise, which makes as much sense as having the tornado in Twister growl. Also, every time the movie switches to a POV shot of Chucky, he seems like he's moving as fast as a Go-Kart.
In other news, here's an article that gives a scientific explanation as to why stepping on a Lego is extremely painful: (http://www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2014/06/stepping-lego-hurt-much/).
So I recently saw this video made by this guy called BrutalMoose and he basically reviewed a recipe from 1955. The results are... um... surprising. Here's the video: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K08GSGij188).
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So recently, Slimebeast made a video about how the Spinpasta Wiki is going to do a major content purge on September 30th. He also gives his thoughts on the situation and while I'm not in total agreement with everything he says, especially the part where he compares the removal of stories to the removal of statues, I think he has a good point overall. The reason why I bring this up is because if you have any stories on the Spinpasta Wiki that you want to save, do it now while you have the chance. I only uploaded one story (I Don't Like What I See) to the wiki but I already have a copy of it on my website.
Here's a link to Slimebeast's video: (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q_TzQN0NFPI&feature=youtu.be&a)
Here's a link to the announcement about the purge: (http://spinpasta.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:20009?useskin=oasis).
Correct me if I'm wrong but unless the blood is infected or something, how can blood kill you? I mean, the only other way blood can kill you is if it is electrified since it has quite a few similarities to water.
I think the sensitivity of the soles may also explain why someone's feet are particularly vulnerable to tickling. Speaking of feet, it's amazing that the human body is held up by two little bases. It's also amazing that the human brain has an insane amount of storage space. I mean, how cool would it be if we could find a way to plug the brain into a computer and see what's on it?
I dont know how true this is but I heard that some people in the 1950's wished that there would be a pill that satisfied hunger without eating actual food. If this is the case, I can see why based on BrutalMoose's video. Though, I can't be too judgemental of the 1950's because nowadays, people put Pumpkin on everything, even when it might not go with the thing they want to put it on.
BrutalMoose does reviews of movies, computer games, food items, and regular video games. He also reviews retro educational videos and game shows under his Televoid series like Bicycle Saftey Camp, Beat The Clock, A Message to No-One and so on. He seems to have a more laidback personality but still manages to have an energetic sense of humor if that makes sense.
I was wondering if you're on Twitter? I just join there to generate some interest in my book.
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Oh, okay. Thank you. I'm thinking of getting Kindle to promote it further.
Firstly, I hope things are well with you. Last you posted, you told me that you had a hectic day and might not be able to post for a few days. Sorry it took me a week to get back to you (better than those month long intermissions tho, right?).
Serial killer fangirls are bad in general. To each their own, I guess, geez tho. "I'd let Jeff kill me!" Ew. It's a shame they watered Light down from that to just an idiot with the power to kill. Speaking of Anime, the people who are fansubbing Fate Apocrypha have announced that they are done. This sucks and pains me because the series got translated at episode 12 of 24 (currently 13 are out) and because I will now have to wait for Netflix to air it with offical English subtitles in November. It also doesn't help that Episode 12 ended on a massive cliff hanger. Way to kill the pacing for me DX
In other news, Mr. Dupin offered me a spot as a featured author. I was wondering if you would please do me a solid and check my write up of the article for any grammar issues? It's fairly short so it shouldn't take long. I haven't done much reading in a while, so my grammar is suffering more so than usual, I believe. If you are interested, please let me know and I shall email you a copy of it. No hard feelings if you don't want to or are busy and don't have the time to. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 23:52, October 1, 2017 (UTC)
- Thank you, I have sent it.
- I'm still trying to think of some more. I felt like I had one the other day, but lost it by the time I got home from work D: I remember you mentioning there being characters named after hair products before XD I guess the moral here is to always carry water in case you encounter an enemy. I gotta head out to work, I'll catch you later! Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 01:18, October 2, 2017 (UTC)
- Thank you so much! I guess I was freaking out about my grammar for no reason, lol. Thank you! I wanted to go a bit more in-depth about my writing process, rituals, etc, but then it would have been way too long D: I still need to set aside some time for us to battle again! It's hard to plan for things because they do write-in's on the work schedule throughout the week (which I think is ****, like nearly everything else with that place, but what are you going to do about it, ya know?).
- Hahaha! I remember that now XD Gosh, we really need a Batman film where he interrogates people through deceit (I much prefer that to the beat-downs and bone-breakings he dishes out for answers. It's much harder to pull off, but more in line with him).
- I think I've already mentioned this one - and it was what started this discussion in the first place - but when Joseph Joestar fights the Pillar Men and gets his butt handed to him. I found it hilarious that he would inch closer toward the mine cart every time one of the Pillar Men wasn't looking (I think it was Wamu) and would be lying still like he was dead every time he did look. Some keen survival instincts right there, lol. Buckle up! I'm going to be popular 22:20, October 2, 2017 (UTC)
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I think I know the blog post you're talking about. It's the one wherea random guy politely asked why Slimebeast's stories weren't on the Creepypasta Wiki, right? If so, then damn did the comments section of this post get out of hand! I forgot if I told you this before but I've read quite a few stories written by Slimebeast and I do think he has a lot of skill and talent. However, even as a fan of his work, I'll admit that he has screwed up a few times along the way. For example, when Bad Creepypasta did a reading of his "Abandoned by Disney" story, he kind of got salty about it. Luckily, Slimebeast and the guys who do the Bad Creepypasta show were eventually able to resolve the issue in a peaceful manner if my research is correct. Getting back to the blog post, from what I understand, I think there is a tiny bit of truth to what Slimebeast is saying. However, I don't think the issue is as big as he's making it out to be.
In terms of the Spinpasta purge, I think the best way to overhaul the wiki's Quality Standards is to refine them one category at a time. For example, you could start refining the rules that relate to grammar and formatting one month and move onto what Creepypasta related subgenres (i.e Lost Episodes) are and aren't blacklisted on the wiki the next month. With this method, the users of the wiki don't feel overwhelmed by a large influx of changes in a short amount of time. This also makes it easier for the creators of the Quality Standards as they don't have to rush to cover every category at once. I would also share the changes with the comminuty before they're implemented and have them vote on whether or not the new rules are reasonable. If they aren't, they should have the opportunity to explain why. After all, the Quality Standards are something that affects the whole community and I feel like they should have a say in the matter.
I'm going to be honest. Whenever I see or even hear the mention of the word "blood" most of the time, I start to feel rather weak. I've recently found this thread on Reddit that talks about this very thing. The best answer I've seen on this thread is by a user called JimDixon and here's what they had to say:
(The things that trigger your "spells" are the same type of thing that cause many people to faint. Fainting happens because your blood pressure drops, and not enough blood is getting pumped to your brain, so your brain is temporarily short of oxygen.
My guess is: your blood pressure is dropping slightly, but not enough to cause unconsciousness. Maybe some part of your brain is especially sensitive to a decreased blood supply, maybe because of narrow blood vessels there. And it happens to be the part of your brain that controls your hands.
It would be an interesting experiment, the next time this happens, to either lie down or put your head down, so that it's on the same level as your heart, and see if this makes the weakness go away. I'm guessing it will. I am not a doctor, but I have fainted several times. If you're worried about this, see one. Fainting by itself is not necessarily dangerous; it depends on where you are and what you're doing at the time. If you ever feel faint while driving a car, pull over to a safe place immediately.
The Daniel Tiger pasta was uploaded on September 8, 2017 and today is October 2, 2017. As of this message, the pasta has been on the Creepypasta Wiki for at least 24 days.
Actually, if the Tickle Torture Wikipedia article is anything to go by, it was the ancient Romans who used salt solution and a goat for their version of tickle torture, though this type of torture was also practiced by the Chinese. The interesting thing about tickle torture is that it can be either a legitamate form of torture or an intimate yet consentual activity. Fun Fact! It is possible to tickle the area just under the snout of a great white shark, putting it into a near-hypnotic trance.
"There was some guy decades ago who advocated chewing each bite of food an insanely high number of times before swallowing it." Stupid question but if you do that, doesn't the food just disintegrate into nothing, thus eliminating the need for swallowing?