I archived it. For some reason it is showing up as a red link from my view, but I checked it out and I didn't mess up, upon clicking on it, it does lead me to the Archive 2 page. So if you see a red link, it's the wiki being silly, your talk page is there and archived.
Yeah, it annoys me when people make mistakes and accuse people of something they didn't do and then don't apologize for it. It's really rude, although the commenter may have commented and moved on, they might not see any reason to ever revisit the story page.
Bleach isn't that good anyway, I used to like it, but I got tired of it when it became clear that the show was stalling, every time a new group is introduced the main protagonist ends up a part of it and with their skill set, and how at the start of every single fight, the villain explains how their Bonkai (power) works which gives the protagonist a chance to come up with a way to beat it. Really bad writing all around from my point of view. I'm not implying anything or talking trash on Naruto or people who like it, it's just always seemed to me that those that like Naruto and/or Bleach enjoy the other series, it's odd. Guess you're the exception though XD Bleach wouldn't have been bad if they hadn't dragged it passed 50 or so episodes, there was no reason for it to be over 300 episodes long (I quit at around 180, but I hadn't been exposed to some of the better anime, at least in my eyes, yet). I hope I don't sound like an elitist snob, if I do then I apologize.
Any series other than Naruto that you've seen and enjoyed? I've got a whole list of potential recommendations and I'm always looking to add some more to my plan to watch list as well. I'll watch anything from Lucky Star to Jojo's Bizarre Adventure to Watamote. Buckle up I'm going to be popular 06:26, November 20, 2015 (UTC)
- That never happened to me before, so I was freaking out for a minute and was thinking "Oh no, did I mess it up?" XD
- Ah, that's good. I was worried that I might be giving off that vibe, a lot of the anime discussion circles are really bad about elitism and snobbish attitudes. I don't judge or belittle people based upon what they watch, though I might try to recommend something that I judge as better. Haha, that's funny XD
- Here's my favorite meme: http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/754603-it-was-me-dio and here's the explanation for it: http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/it-was-me-dio
- For me it was Pokemon and Yu-Gi-Oh. The original run of Grimm's Fairy Tales was four to three years before my time. I don't really remember much from Nick JR other than the thing called Face. I do remember watching a lot of "Are You Afraid of the Dark?" though.
- Here's a site that you might find handy: http://myanimelist.net/animelist/greenvroom It lets you make a list of anime that you have seen and plan to watch, I find it extremely useful myself. It has a list of every Anime ever (to my knowledge). The link I sent you has my list on it. Don't know if it interests you, but I thought I'd bring it up. I'd also recommend staying away from those discussion boards if you do join, the overall community is awful. Buckle up I'm going to be popular 02:08, November 21, 2015 (UTC)
I Am Adding More To My Short Hoggers Story
New Tobit Story
It's been a while, but I finally got a new Tobit story finished: Tobit: The Lady and the Maiden of Knowledge. Check it out please and leave me some feedback!
Yep, I was actually a little hesitant to the Slenderman Stabbing interview thing. I certianly don't speak for the entire CP Wiki community, and wouldn't want my words to be twisted into the voice of the entire genre. But the questions were softball enough so I figured why not?
It's an interesting topic, since it is a common trend to blame the arts and media when people choose to do very crazy or evil things. Anyway, talk to you soon.
I appreciate the kind words. I also read your reply on there, and I agree with you. It really doesn't seem like a big challenge to be tactful, yet so many people seem to have a hard time with it.
Honestly, I don't think there is anything wrong with harsh critiques, when the person receiving that critique asked for it. It's like Gordon Ramsay. I love that guy, have a ton of respect for him everything he does. Sure, he's a total prick, but people seek him out knowing full well just how he's going to be. And that is fine, because no one can say they weren't expecting it.
Now, it would be different if Gordon Ramsay just walked into kitchens uninvited and started insulting everyone. That wouldn't be acceptable. So, to me, harshness is all in whether or not someone asked for the critique in the first place. Just my thoughts, I still think tact is the way to go. Plus, Gordon Ramsay doesn't just insult for the sake of insulting, he also works his ass off with that person until they improve, and then he comes back and congratulates them on their efforts.
Either way, I think I'll go and watch some Kitchen Nightmares, I got Ramsay fever, LOL.