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This blog concerns all of my readers of various stories, and I know many of you who follow my more popular stories have been getting the bad end of the stick. Well, I have some news concerning my followers and readers of my stories:
For readers of Yu-Gi-Oh! P†H:
I'm sorry for my as-usual shitty foresight, but I've lost focus with the story, and I'm getting to the point in which I'm about to get bored of Yu-Gi-Oh! in general again. I'll still probably watch Arc-V and contribute to the Duelist Unit, but for now, I'm cancelling PH. For those of you concerned about what P†H stood for, it was going to be some political campaign for the ponies to be treated as citizens on Earth with P†H (which is short for Ponies † Humans) as a banner of some kind.
For readers of Sparke:
I'm actually hoping to get a chapter in before I leave for my family's Thanksgiving outing. Enjoy your turkey and any cravings you might receive reading the next chapter.
For readers of Attack on Titan:
I'm going to try and go back to a Sparke chapter/AOT chapter cycle now that I've stopped justifying my continuation of PH. It's just that I've been having trouble trying to write in where the Elements of Harmony (of Equestria), and by extension, Painbow Power, fit in, and how the battle scenes that are to come will be made exciting with the Earth's Elements of Harmony around. I haven't abandoned the story, it's just I have lot on my plate.
I'm planning on writing some one-shots (a couple sillies and a serious holiday story) to stir the pot some. Expect those hopefully.
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From an actual Nolanite:
Critics are gonna hate interstellar as this movie is beyond their IQ level....most of them never went to high school or failed miserably in physics and now they are ogling their frustration on Chris nolan....Jeremy,do you really think this movie deserves 2 star whereas you shit in your pants whenever you hear a marvel movie and give away 4 star ratings to them?
I think the sheer criticism of interstellar is the sign of intellectual death of americans and the beginning of an era of shallow,pretentious hipsters like this reviewer.
Jesus, wow. This has to be some of the most retarded fucking garbage I’ve heard all day, and I’ve seen a lot of stiff competition from the lot of you Nolanfags. Let’s review just how toxically stupid this comment is.
“Critic are gonna hate interstellar as the movie is above their IQ level…”
How does this make any sense? Everything in this movie was explained out for the audience so that the only way someone couldn’t possibly understand this movie was that they didn’t even watch it.
“most of them never went to high school or failed miserably in physics and now they are ogling their frustrations out of Chris nolan.”
This statement was so abysmally dumb that I nearly had a stroke reading it. Critics “hate” Interstellar because the dialogue is nothing but exposition and forced philosophy and the ending is a massive paradox that makes the entire movie cave in on itself.
The fact that you’re (poorly) rationalizing this hard about why people and critics don’t like this movie makes it appear as though you didn’t even pay attention to the movie and were automatically going to come out of it thinking it was “deep” and “meaningful” because Nolan made it, any reasonable complaints be damned. Also, ogling is a synonym for “staring.” If you want people to take your argument the least bit seriously, start by not using big words that you clearly don’t know the definition to.
“Jeremy, do you really think this movie deserves 2 star whereas you shit in your pants whenever you hear a marvel movie and give them a 4 star ratings to them?”
He gave this movie a “no alcohol required” rating. That hardly registers as a “bad movie” for him by any means. So what, it’s not because the movie’s being “hated,” but because other movies are being rated higher and that it’s not being universally acclaimed like you hoped it would that you’re all pissing and moaning?
And you’re saying that the critics haven’t gone to high school? Because from the sound of your whining, you all sound like you haven’t even made it past pre-school yet.
“I think the sheer criticism if interstellar is the sign of intellectual death of americans…”
Or maybe it’s because Nolan-senpei didn’t make as strong a movie as his others. I know that’s a really tough fact for you to take in, but tough, junior, sometimes your favorite directors will not make a good movie.
“…and the beginning of an era of shallow, pretentious hipsters like this reviewer.”
Numbfuck, have you even seen any of Jeremy’s other reviews? The bulk of what he reviews are the mainstream wide-release movies. Again, your complete arrogance and contempt towards anyone who doesn’t consider every Nolan movie as “the best movie ever,” proves that you have no intellectual reasoning within your tiny little skull and you cling to Nolan as cinema’s greatest filmmaker because his obvious and expositional movies are all your brain can possibly comprehend.
Man, I can’t wait to see what dipshitted ad hominem life story you have planned for me after this comment. Don’t post it too soon, I want to make some popcorn first.
How this guy manages to wipe himself without having a full-on panic attack is beyond me.
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This is where it's at.
(And don't worry, the movie is subtitled if you want to see it).
Yes, it's silly, wacky, and corny, but that's Bollywood for you, and it was still really damned entertaining. And this is what plays during the final dance segment. Just listen to this shit!