I know this was said by many people by now, but everyone please stay in your houses and wash your hands many times a day. Don't go out unless you're going for groceries, but even then only buy the very important stuff that you need. I really hope that this will all end soon, but until then, we need to take care of ourselfs as much as we can. Catch up on your favorite TV shows, play video games, just don't go outside.
So there's this one youtuber that made a poll of the best cartoons of all time, and the comments shocked me. A lot of angry people that were pissed off that their favorite cartoons got beaten by other cartoons they didn't like, calling the fans of those cartoons "stupid" and "most definitely kids". Like yeah, how dare people have different opinions on some TV shows. I despise when people act like this.
I don't like when people wish for a show to get cancelled. You're basically hoping for people to lose their jobs just because you aren't satisfied with what they created. Just ignore the shows that you dislike and care about the shows that you like. It's not hard.
I like that i'm in a class full with cartoon nerds like me. This Friday we had a discussion about CN shows for like, 30 minutes. They don't watch cartoons thesedays as much as I do, but they're still huge fans of them.
You know, it's pretty funny to me that yesterday some people on twitter complained about CN advertising Total Dramarama a lot. What's wrong with a network advertising one of its newest shows? Like the show or not, it's just stupid to complain about a network advertising something.
Why is every new show on CN getting so much hate nowadays from people on social media? Apple and Onion, Megaman and now Total Dramarama. They're hating on these shows without even watching a single episode of them. I don't get it.
If only it was possible for companies to rethink their decision to make movies exclusive to streaming back to their initial supposed theatrican run - they'll have to look at how the situation is faring in countries and regions.
Wonder why it's impossible to screen "outdated" or "delayed" movies when the situation eases.