Haruhiism Diatribe: There are still people going at it?

December 16, 2006 at 11:34 pm 5 comments

Jesus Christ.

People still want to challenge me over this?

DM and I are cool over this matter already.

Also, Mayu proves that most Singaporeans are easily suckered into pretty much anything.

Also, I have real respect for real women. They do a lot of stuff and are not credited for it. Like childbirth for example. Anime characters don’t deserve half as much respect. A quarter, if it’s a well-written, well-rounded (character-wise), and multfacted character, which the novels portray quite well (barring the many parts where the author lost it and went Yuki is Moé for a book), but not half as much respect for real women.

I hate people who shove their opinions and attitudes down my throats for a good reason. And I’m sick of all this fanboyism and elitism as well. No one respects the companies or creative talent who try their very best and worst to bring anime to the masses. Hell, we tried to copyright cosplay for a bit. I’m tired of humanity flushing themselves down the collective gutter because of stupid little things like this. And I’m tired of people telling me Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu is a must watch and I shouldn’t bash it.

When I hang out with Tsubaki, tj_han, DM and the rest of the aniblogger community, I feel really happy and contented. We are all doing our best to promote animation in our own ways, and we are all kinda intelligent about it. And then I hang out with the people in my club, and then I run into the stupid fanboys which make up nearly half of the damn club. Or rather, the next generation of stupid fanboys. They don’t understand shit about market economics, copyright laws, the very people who try their best and worst to bring them what they like, motherfuckers who are proud to call themselves idiotic fanboys and embarrass themselves in public showing off their silly merchandise, people who only care about themselves and not about others, people who are willing to break the law to do what they like, people who deserve to be castrated and not reproduce.

DM had good intentions, I know that. He’s not like them, I admit.I had overreacted when I saw some of the faggots praising him for a job well done. He deserves a far higher praise than from those stupid fanboys.

I’m not going to say “My Blog, My Rules” because that’s gonna make me like them. What I will say is this: You are free to lay scorn, heap praise, or anything in between. If you don’t like what I say, critique away. You like what I write, keep the praises short and the critiques long. I appeal to not just a limited audience, but to a far bigger audience than I know possible. I will do everything in my power to try to at least make my readers happy, but I do not promise all of my posts will please all of you.

And as a sidenote, I don’t promote actual rape. That is illegal and does not appeal to feminists. Raping of fictional characters is still morally wrong, but hey, thanks for pointing that out. You really shouldn’t look at Japanese porn doujins, then.

Drm note: Yes, this was a response to the last commeent on that Diatribe.

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Ronin  |  December 17, 2006 at 1:57 am

    Well said about those stupid fanboys. That’s why I scorn at sweaty fanboys who collect anime merchandise. >_>

  • 2. anamesis  |  December 17, 2006 at 5:43 am

    all i can say about fanboy collections is…..where the fuck do you get the money? do you rob banks or something, if you want to evangelize everything wait tell you have lived most of your life and have actually had some good life experiances instead of locking yourselfs up with you life sized haruhi doll, play sim-dates for the rest of your natural born life.

    now i have to admit i liked haruhi but im not going to force my opinions on someone else cause thats just morally wrong and backwards, but since its my opinion nobody can change it.

    and as for the fanbase of people who are proud of illegally taking the hard work from people…well everyone gets there kicks but this is wrong, atleast go by the DVDs when they come out or something…sometimes i want to go postal on these people. not to mention the copyrights X.X

  • 3. Mayu  |  December 17, 2006 at 2:14 pm

    i guess i myself overreacted on that particular word
    well since thats that
    theres nothing more for me to protest about
    ill be looking forward to your other posts

  • 4. DNA  |  December 17, 2006 at 8:08 pm

    i like how the way you comment on it. ya i agree fan boys are ‘crazy’ when it concern to the anime they like alot… kinda freaky to an extend…

    well i know some who work really hard to earn money.. yet they spend them all on merchandise.. while others… i have no idea..

  • 5. Tyrenol  |  December 19, 2006 at 11:02 am


    I seriously don’t appreciate the idea that any anime from Japan becomes the next Evangelion. It brings back nightmares of Shinji masturbating over a comatose Asuka.

    And shots go out to DNA. I’m currently working out in the nightly cold of an auto mall, 27*F, for 10-11 hours straight. I bought the services of a prostitute and (despite her expectice) thought that my money’s best served dealing with my toothache and potential moving costs.

    Those people who shut themselves away from society, and then get mad at the rest of us who complain about the crap companies here and there do. They NEED to get a life. There are people in third-world countries kiling themselves over what they represent. -_-;


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