Brett Jensen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Thu, 18 May 2000 04:06:22 -0700
Look, it's just some AOL luser trolling for flames. It's not worth anybody's time
to aknowledge it. Sounds just like the guys who go on Sega (or sony, or Nintendo)
newsgroups and post: Dreamcast (or PSX, or n64) Sux man!"
> In a message dated 5/18/00 6:30:37 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
> email@example.com writes:
> << "It's pronounced "ah-NEE-may," but for this cartoon fan at least, "anime"
> = "anemic.one gathers that the garish violence is what's attracting the
> kiddies.All of the characters have the same glassy eyes and barely moving
> lips (it costs less to animate them that way, you know). And the characters
> all move the same way: little more than they need to.
> After being spoiled in the last few years with imaginative cartoons such as
> Space Jam, The Rugrats Movie, and The Iron Giant--not to mention the
> high-quality Disney productions of the past decade--it's insulting to be
> served a cartoon whose style is almost as nausea-inspiring as the jittery
> camera techniques of The Blair Witch Project. Even an average episode of "The
> Simpsons" has more thought behind it than this.. If this crudely animated
> stuff is enough to attract a following, what would its fans do if someone
> showed them a real cartoon?"
> Feel free to E-mail him at: SKAD13@aol.com and tell him how you feel. >>
> oh god someone's gonna die...
> "The first principle of the Shinsengumi is that it is unworthy to deviate
> from the warrior's path. A warrior does not know how to flee before the
> --Saitou Hajime
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