SUP DAWG I HEARD WAH HATES TROLLAN IN HIS ANIMU BLOGGAN

March 30, 2009 at 7:03 pm 5 comments


SO I PUT SUM TROLLAN IN MAH ANIMU BLOGGAN SO THAT WAH CAN BE HATIN’ WHILE HE ANIMU BLOGGANS.

…Finally, a good way to use THAT meme for full effect.

Now then, while I don’t always agree with wah on every issue, this is one of the things we both are in agreement. One could mention the hypocrisy being shown here, I don’t think wah actually meant it.

We really need less psuedo-intelligent OVERANALYSIS of stuff as a premise to troll. If you wanna troll, just do it. Unless the aim of it is to be a passive-aggressive troll, then you are a E– troll and deserve all the CLEANSE, PURGE, KILL you get hit with. (AND YES, YOU PEOPLE OUGHT TO KNOW WHO WAH IS REFERRING TO. UNFORTUNATELY MOST PEOPLE ARE TOO POLITICALLY-CORRECT TO SEE THE CANCER THAT IS INFECTING ANIMU BLOGGAN.)

Besides, it should be pretty obvious as to whom wah is actually talking about. And no, the answer is not COLONY DROP. COLONY DROP is A++ trolling, would love to be trolled by them again.

(Yes there is such a thing as A++ trolling.)

There was supposed to be a funny Onion-like Conan O’ Brien inspired mock article here, but I ran out of funny after the meme.

And yes, Colony Drop (the blog) is A++ trolling. Entertaining and INSULTING. Can’t hate this combination of AWESOME.

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Sean  |  March 31, 2009 at 3:43 am

    So who/which blog is he referring to?

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  • 2. moritheil  |  March 31, 2009 at 5:16 am

    What about analysis – or overanalysis – just as a means of personal expression or interest? I mean, I can’t really bring myself to accept that all analysis blogs are done for the purpose of trolling. Suppose some people just have an interest in these sorts of things – what then?

    It’s interesting that you frame this in terms of what we “really need.” I have to agree that we don’t “really need” the application of, say, postmodern literary deconstruction to most anime shows. The world would go on without it. But at the same time, does it do harm to have such analysis out there?

    I may not have a keen interest in knocking out drosophila flies all day long and recording how many of them are vermilliion-eyed. But I don’t mind leaving fruit fly researchers to their business, either. Occasionally they come up with astonishing results in their research, and I will take interest. Can we not apply this brand of thinking here? What is it about analysis in anime blogging that is so inimical that it must be opposed?

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  • 3. Hectotane  |  March 31, 2009 at 7:27 am

    Personally, I never did like the use of the word “troll.” The people who use that word had probably never heard of the story about the “troll bridge” and the money people need to pay in order to pass.

    What’s sad is that a lot of us have different levels of brain cells. And nobody likes when idiots enter a smart-person discussion.

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  • 4. drmchsr0  |  March 31, 2009 at 9:27 pm

    Sean: Google “Owen S.” Read. Rage at shitty trolling.

    mori: Nothing wrong with analysis for analysis’ sake. Iknight, Omni, heck, even Kuro does a fine job dissecting animé. The kind of analysis I’m talking about is klike analyzing the symbology in Evangelion, or comparing Wanko to Kurasou to Patrasche (sic). Those make no sense, and when used by a known troll, only insults analysis as a whole.

    Ty: The shotgun is to your left. The rubber bullets are to the right.

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  • 5. moritheil  |  April 2, 2009 at 10:23 pm

    Aha. That makes it crystal clear – you’re saying the public has a hard enough time telling real analysis from BS; thus, it becomes important to not add BS to the mix.

    Aside from trolls using analysis to troll, what about analysts using analysis to troll? My Fools’ Day post was a positive review of the live-action Dragonball Evolution. Because I touted its merits as “a work of social commentary” (using quotes lifted from Memoirs of a Geisha and even Buttlord GT), a term which perhaps carries some opacity, it escaped some viewers that this was not a serious argument. I did link some quotes to their obviously non-canonical sources, but I suppose not everyone bothers to check out links.

    Finally, having looked around, I agree that there is quite a bit of trolling, but the specific examples you mentioned do not seem to fit. Wanko to Kurasou being labeled a “postmodern Patrasche” seems to have been prompted directly by a comment from the game in question: “Let me hear more about this Patrasche.” Assuming the screenshot Cruel Angel Theses displays is real, the comparison is being made by the game authors (or the translators), not the reviewer.

    There is also earnest discussion of the symbolism of Evangelion.

    I suppose all of this only reinforces your point that it’s hard to tell real analysis from trolling. But was this WAH’s point?

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