At 7/19/10 09:15 PM, ifureadthisdie wrote:
Lanturn, why in gods name are you so quick to defend her.
It's called satire.
Please friend, just GL.
And I'm aware of the satire. But I'm answering the question of "why all the Rina-Chan hate?" And most everyone's answer has been to the point of her voice is annoying, to the integrity of her work, to she is popular and I don't like that, to other artists don't like her, to she thinks she is popular.
All of these reasons are other people's opinion that they are entitled to. I acknowledge that. What I'm defending is why go after someone for that? Why not just look elsewhere and enjoy the things you do like? Why do the people that DO hate on her (not saying necessarily the authors of the flash) but those that DO hate on Rina-Chan (as said in the question of the thread), feel they need to have some justification in the form of everyone agreeing and feeling how they do or have to let everyone know how they DON"T like something.
Whether it was Rina-Chan or ifureadthisdie, I'd feel the same way. I don't have any favor towards her or negative feelings about her either. She is just another person doing whatever she likes and it doesn't impede my daily use of the site nor offend any of my moral standings or religious beliefs in life nor my culture or race.
So beyond that, I don't feel I need to care all that much. And I feel that people would do better to look at things in this light. Because in the end it really does come down to that. I don't have to watch her flash, and they've done this thing to every movie and game where I can't even rate the flash and offer my suggestion on to it about what I liked/dislike/think could be improved.
So after that, my job is done. The alternative, I could just ignore their shit. Two best options to me.
I was just never one for the third option or could understand people choosing to be so upset and take it personally that other people like something I don't or that a person is getting attention off doing something they like.