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#77 - If I pick the year I die, and then pick a year that has alread… 07/12/2016 on choose 0
#4 - Just buy a ******* toaster oven. A cheap one runs like 20$ and…  [+] (10 new replies) 07/04/2016 on anon beaten by toaster +38
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#10 - downhillGuy (07/04/2016) [-]
Such as burn down your house

generally there is poor heat shielding meaning outer casing heats up dangerously
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#15 - datsheriff (07/04/2016) [-]
Then don't put anything on top of it, and make sure it's not near anything flammable. Simple.
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#14 - evoke (07/04/2016) [-]
this is true lol, why yall thumbing down?
#19 - peebze (07/04/2016) [-]
No more true or dangerous than any other cooking appliance if you don't take your time to set it up right...
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#23 - evoke (07/04/2016) [-]
i stand by my statement, that these things can catch fire. can, not always will.
#14 may your watch on toaster ovens be mercyful.
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#24 - umbrage (07/04/2016) [-]
My family has one, food inside once caught on fire. I was the only one who had actually read the instruction manual, so I shut the door and unplugged it. Went out almost instantly. They're not dangerous if you're not dumb about kitchen stuff.
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#25 - evoke (07/04/2016) [-]
you were lucky you had the chance to put it out. as i said, this CAN catch fire and things CAN go wrong.
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#26 - umbrage (07/04/2016) [-]
But it won't as long as you don't put flammable shit next to it. Unless maybe if you have a very cheap/old one.
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#17 - therockofshame (07/04/2016) [-]
nobody insults toaster ovens and gets away with it. not on my watch.
#5 - notsohappygamer (07/04/2016) [-]
#14 - Looks like Madoka fan art in a jojo style. Homura is the c… 05/31/2016 on JoJo Comp 10 +1
#492795 - Picture 05/30/2016 on Shin Anime Social Board 0
#33 - That's because I'm a massive asshole, but that has nothing to … 05/17/2016 on Anon gets hired -1
#25 - False cause Fallacy. You're making the assumption that sin… 05/16/2016 on Anon gets hired 0
#24 - Fair point on the general animation quality, but there were st…  [+] (2 new replies) 05/16/2016 on Anon gets hired -2
#32 - anon (05/17/2016) [-]
The way you type and talk down to people makes me want to punch you in the face. Take that however you want.
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#33 - greenguy (05/17/2016) [-]
That's because I'm a massive asshole, but that has nothing to do with the topic at hand.
#22 - If me getting the number of seasons wrong is the only point th…  [+] (3 new replies) 05/16/2016 on Anon gets hired -5
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#23 - temporalguardian (05/16/2016) [-]
The only necessary argument is that you proved you don't know what you're talking about. Why waste any further effort in arguing.
#29 - bonklord (05/16/2016) [-]
Now comes the part where I throw fuel on the fire.
Greenguy and I actually took the time to watch each volume and have discussed it many times in length.

Now before I drag you through the mud and shit some more I do want to point out that I for two of the thtee seasons adamantly defended RWBY, trying to as best as I could present the good points if the show. After three seasons you really have to face facts as I have.

Animation wise, I acknowledge that they are somewhat limited in what they can produce, but I've seen really good examples of animation done with the same programs. If they spent the time to make the animations as good as they can make them. Otherwise, not much else to say here. The fights scenes are overall fun to watch, and they did hey better with the 3rd volume in my opinion. BUT,they still have little grasp on perspective, spatial movement, or flow of characters through space. They improved, but they have a long, long way to go.

Music and soundwise, I have no particular griped here other than the fact that the soundtracks have gotten repetitive after the seasons. It would not be out of the question to find new artists for the music of future seasons.

Story wise...it's a clusterfuck. I don't have enough time here to express just how much the story is convoluted and filed with plot holes. I'll just put this out there: explain to me why the Grimm are a threat. Explain to what's at stake. Because as of now, Roosterteeth has failed to aptly explain both.

Characters wise, I just struggle to accept that we're three seasons in and their are so few characters that I actually like whom have actual depth or personality to them. At this time, only Blake, Weiss, and Jaune have any semblance of character development.

Now this is not to say they can't improve on their craft, and in fact I expect them to improve. Who could say that in 2 or 3 years, I ebbs eating my words and genuinely line the show again. Only time will tell, but as of now RWBY is a 5/10 on its best day.
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#25 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
False cause Fallacy.
You're making the assumption that since I got the number wrong I must know nothing.

It's entirely possible I watched all 3 season, didn't like the show, and got the number of seasons wrong when explaining that I didn't like the show.
You want to claim I don't know my shit? Bring real proof. Ask me questions, I've spent more time debating the story of this show than you've spent fawning over it Thanks to a certian friend of mine who enjoys those debates as much as I do
#8 - Well I simply compared the dialouge I saw in the 5 second clip…  [+] (10 new replies) 05/16/2016 on Anon gets hired -20
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#31 - omegez (05/16/2016) [-]
cuck
#20 - temporalguardian (05/16/2016) [-]
There's only three volumes, genius. Take your shitposting elsewhere
#22 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
If me getting the number of seasons wrong is the only point that you can refute in my argument then I clearly have some sort of point.
At least the other guy that replied to me brought up a valid point and treated the subject like an intellectual arguement.

Come back when you're willing to discuss opinions like an adult.
I also don't give a shit if you thumb me down. I don't like RWBY, and I'll say it if I'm asked about it. Fucking bite me.
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#23 - temporalguardian (05/16/2016) [-]
The only necessary argument is that you proved you don't know what you're talking about. Why waste any further effort in arguing.
#29 - bonklord (05/16/2016) [-]
Now comes the part where I throw fuel on the fire.
Greenguy and I actually took the time to watch each volume and have discussed it many times in length.

Now before I drag you through the mud and shit some more I do want to point out that I for two of the thtee seasons adamantly defended RWBY, trying to as best as I could present the good points if the show. After three seasons you really have to face facts as I have.

Animation wise, I acknowledge that they are somewhat limited in what they can produce, but I've seen really good examples of animation done with the same programs. If they spent the time to make the animations as good as they can make them. Otherwise, not much else to say here. The fights scenes are overall fun to watch, and they did hey better with the 3rd volume in my opinion. BUT,they still have little grasp on perspective, spatial movement, or flow of characters through space. They improved, but they have a long, long way to go.

Music and soundwise, I have no particular griped here other than the fact that the soundtracks have gotten repetitive after the seasons. It would not be out of the question to find new artists for the music of future seasons.

Story wise...it's a clusterfuck. I don't have enough time here to express just how much the story is convoluted and filed with plot holes. I'll just put this out there: explain to me why the Grimm are a threat. Explain to what's at stake. Because as of now, Roosterteeth has failed to aptly explain both.

Characters wise, I just struggle to accept that we're three seasons in and their are so few characters that I actually like whom have actual depth or personality to them. At this time, only Blake, Weiss, and Jaune have any semblance of character development.

Now this is not to say they can't improve on their craft, and in fact I expect them to improve. Who could say that in 2 or 3 years, I ebbs eating my words and genuinely line the show again. Only time will tell, but as of now RWBY is a 5/10 on its best day.
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#25 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
False cause Fallacy.
You're making the assumption that since I got the number wrong I must know nothing.

It's entirely possible I watched all 3 season, didn't like the show, and got the number of seasons wrong when explaining that I didn't like the show.
You want to claim I don't know my shit? Bring real proof. Ask me questions, I've spent more time debating the story of this show than you've spent fawning over it Thanks to a certian friend of mine who enjoys those debates as much as I do
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#19 - zzRedzz (05/16/2016) [-]
To be fair on the animation quality part, RWBY has come a long way from Season 1 since they started backing a much larger following and could afford a higher animation budget

Also, I thought it was only 3 seasons so far not 4?
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#24 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
Fair point on the general animation quality, but there were still clear issues even in season 3 Yeah, I got the number wrong. Especially on those back story episodes for the villians. Not only were those backstory episodes poorly written and forced in at the last minute, they used black outs.
Like A LOT of blackouts. I almsot feel like I was starring at a blank screen more often than not. Would it be right to say that a lack of animation qualifies as bad animation?

Ultimately the animation quality was never my biggest gripe. though it didn't make things pleseant to watch My major issues were with the plot. Specifically the Character development, world building, Deus Ex machinas, balance of power, and the general amount of sense that the show avoided this being a big problem with season 3 near the end, if you want examples ask me. I don't want to make this a lengthy rant unless people want to hear.
In all fairness I fell of the RWBY hype train a while ago, maybe season 1 or 2. I kept watching to humor one of my friends who was firmly stuck on the hype train, but he fell of near the end of season 3.
#32 - anon (05/17/2016) [-]
The way you type and talk down to people makes me want to punch you in the face. Take that however you want.
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#33 - greenguy (05/17/2016) [-]
That's because I'm a massive asshole, but that has nothing to do with the topic at hand.
#5 - Can I get a source on that video? It looks like RWBY but w…  [+] (12 new replies) 05/16/2016 on Anon gets hired +2
#7 - anon (05/16/2016) [-]
Its Rwby Chibi RWBY Chibi  Episode 1 also how did you come to that conclusion over a 5 second clip?
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#8 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
Well I simply compared the dialouge I saw in the 5 second clip to 4 seasons of RWBY and picked which I liked better.
As the for the animation I saw 5 seconds of consistent animation quality, and no absurd backflipping or other things.

After watching RWBY Chibi I can say that it's not what I hoped for. I was hopeing for a brutal satire, and got a below average comedy instead.
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#31 - omegez (05/16/2016) [-]
cuck
#20 - temporalguardian (05/16/2016) [-]
There's only three volumes, genius. Take your shitposting elsewhere
#22 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
If me getting the number of seasons wrong is the only point that you can refute in my argument then I clearly have some sort of point.
At least the other guy that replied to me brought up a valid point and treated the subject like an intellectual arguement.

Come back when you're willing to discuss opinions like an adult.
I also don't give a shit if you thumb me down. I don't like RWBY, and I'll say it if I'm asked about it. Fucking bite me.
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#23 - temporalguardian (05/16/2016) [-]
The only necessary argument is that you proved you don't know what you're talking about. Why waste any further effort in arguing.
#29 - bonklord (05/16/2016) [-]
Now comes the part where I throw fuel on the fire.
Greenguy and I actually took the time to watch each volume and have discussed it many times in length.

Now before I drag you through the mud and shit some more I do want to point out that I for two of the thtee seasons adamantly defended RWBY, trying to as best as I could present the good points if the show. After three seasons you really have to face facts as I have.

Animation wise, I acknowledge that they are somewhat limited in what they can produce, but I've seen really good examples of animation done with the same programs. If they spent the time to make the animations as good as they can make them. Otherwise, not much else to say here. The fights scenes are overall fun to watch, and they did hey better with the 3rd volume in my opinion. BUT,they still have little grasp on perspective, spatial movement, or flow of characters through space. They improved, but they have a long, long way to go.

Music and soundwise, I have no particular griped here other than the fact that the soundtracks have gotten repetitive after the seasons. It would not be out of the question to find new artists for the music of future seasons.

Story wise...it's a clusterfuck. I don't have enough time here to express just how much the story is convoluted and filed with plot holes. I'll just put this out there: explain to me why the Grimm are a threat. Explain to what's at stake. Because as of now, Roosterteeth has failed to aptly explain both.

Characters wise, I just struggle to accept that we're three seasons in and their are so few characters that I actually like whom have actual depth or personality to them. At this time, only Blake, Weiss, and Jaune have any semblance of character development.

Now this is not to say they can't improve on their craft, and in fact I expect them to improve. Who could say that in 2 or 3 years, I ebbs eating my words and genuinely line the show again. Only time will tell, but as of now RWBY is a 5/10 on its best day.
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#25 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
False cause Fallacy.
You're making the assumption that since I got the number wrong I must know nothing.

It's entirely possible I watched all 3 season, didn't like the show, and got the number of seasons wrong when explaining that I didn't like the show.
You want to claim I don't know my shit? Bring real proof. Ask me questions, I've spent more time debating the story of this show than you've spent fawning over it Thanks to a certian friend of mine who enjoys those debates as much as I do
User avatar
#19 - zzRedzz (05/16/2016) [-]
To be fair on the animation quality part, RWBY has come a long way from Season 1 since they started backing a much larger following and could afford a higher animation budget

Also, I thought it was only 3 seasons so far not 4?
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#24 - greenguy (05/16/2016) [-]
Fair point on the general animation quality, but there were still clear issues even in season 3 Yeah, I got the number wrong. Especially on those back story episodes for the villians. Not only were those backstory episodes poorly written and forced in at the last minute, they used black outs.
Like A LOT of blackouts. I almsot feel like I was starring at a blank screen more often than not. Would it be right to say that a lack of animation qualifies as bad animation?

Ultimately the animation quality was never my biggest gripe. though it didn't make things pleseant to watch My major issues were with the plot. Specifically the Character development, world building, Deus Ex machinas, balance of power, and the general amount of sense that the show avoided this being a big problem with season 3 near the end, if you want examples ask me. I don't want to make this a lengthy rant unless people want to hear.
In all fairness I fell of the RWBY hype train a while ago, maybe season 1 or 2. I kept watching to humor one of my friends who was firmly stuck on the hype train, but he fell of near the end of season 3.
#32 - anon (05/17/2016) [-]
The way you type and talk down to people makes me want to punch you in the face. Take that however you want.
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#33 - greenguy (05/17/2016) [-]
That's because I'm a massive asshole, but that has nothing to do with the topic at hand.