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destruction

as lethargic as time

Posted on August 20, 2019 at 7:12 pm
Mood: Aipysurus
Now Playing: Thermal and a Quarter - That Day This Morning
So it occurred to me that terfism is mostly interested in defending an idea of womanhood and never, at any juncture in time, have they defended the rights of women without it being tangential to driving a wedge against other left-wing causes.

Also, 4chan is falling for their own manufactured outrage about trans people making dating preferences illegal.
I can understand why terfs would fall for it.
I also read somewhere that Joshua MOOOOOOON is spending thousands of dollars a month keeping his site up. I can't say it will be a loss if their stalking and their basic white bread ass opinions on everything are consigned to the aether.

Veronica showed up for a few minutes. Otherwise, kinda dull. Mostly I gave tours and talked abou The Simpsons.
Jacob likes Sonic 2 a lot.
Like me, Michael never beat the final boss of Sonic 2 as a kid. He says that Sonic Spinball was terrible and Sonic 3 & Knuckles is one of the best platformers of all time.
Luke, back in 2002 at the Art Institute and not at the Wildlife Center, described Sonic Chaos as Sonic 2 with more suck.
What I do know about Sonic Chaos is that the goo is not your friend and robot coconuts are very hazardous to Sonic’s health.
The Raocow videos have taught me that Dana was on the third zone, called Mecha Green Hill. The only Game Gear Sonic I played was the second one and I found the boss of Underground Zone nigh impossible.

I read the Butterfly Revolution, which is Kamp Krusty if it were run by Ned Flanders, that is to say, the director is well-meaning but stuffy, conservative, and out of touch. Also, the camp rebellion is led by Dolph, Jimbo, and Kearney. And it gets dark.
So, anyway, I had a thought about how Kamp Krustier was the most recent godawful episode of the Simpsons and then I looked it up and learned that SJWs At Yale aired a few weeks later.

There are two things about Treehouse of Horror. One is that one segment is relatively weak compared to the other two. One is that they're either a lot better or a lot worse than the rest of the season. Unless it's season 28. And Bartificial Intelligence would have worked better as a Futurama episode. Or at least make Bart the robot.

burning question: what's your favorite and least favorite Treehouse of Horror segment?

Comments:


Melissa
promiseoftin at 2019-08-21 17:48 (UTC) (Link)
Burning answer: when it rains donuts in the alternate universe. :) "Stupid bug! You go squish now!"
the room is full of ghosts
yamamanama at 2019-08-21 20:47 (UTC) (Link)
That's certainly up there. It's certainly the best adaptation of Ray Bradbury's A Sound of Thunder.
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