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Aug 15, 2001 | 11:12 PM EDT
  • Turd of the Week August 22, 2001

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PicoZXPicoZX

Rated 5 / 5 stars

B? _-_

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Hooray for B! ^_^



forwardtothepastforwardtothepast

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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wester23wester23

Rated 5 / 5 stars

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Nobodyman23Nobodyman23

Rated 5 / 5 stars

There is one word for this...

EPIC.


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Cia-splinterCia-splinter

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Open your minds and receive enlightenment.

To truly understand this masterpiece of art, one must push the boundaries of their mind past the arbitrary concepts of "sense" and "nonsense" and reach a higher state of enlightened acceptance than those required by any acclaimed artwork in the past thousand years. Truly, a work of art such as this deserves more depth in pondering; more study and examination, than any artistic endeavor available to be viewed today.
In the language of the typical Newgroundian, however, such an inspiration as this can be viewed wrongly in many different ways. The worst of these is characterized in a short review by "megagrounderx" which can be viewed several posts below this one. "Megagrounderx" discerns, likely from no more than one viewing, (I quiver with pity and fear at the thought of using this work's true name as he has done) that "Its just the letter b!" I will pardon your grammar and excuse you the lowercase "b," (while the name of this godsend is in fact an uppercase "b") but the very core of your argument is as grave a statement relating to the minds of modern Internet-goers as any I have ever seen.
Is art dead? Have we so submerged our consciousnesses in the absurdities of popular culture that we cannot recognize the greatest of masterworks the world has ever seen when we stumble upon it in the mire of a free-to-all website? (No offence, Mr. Fulp.) No, I say! There is hope for America, and indeed for the Planet Earth, but only if we act now to preserve that which has formed the cornerstone of our modern world.
Are we as a society so willing to conform to the popular opinion of what is "right," what is "normal," what is "art," that we miss the greatest accomplishment of mankind since the Bible? Again, I refuse! This is not meant as a societal critique, but as a warning: Take this flash, B, for what it is and it will change your very soul; but treat it as a typical splatter of sludge on the canvas of Newgrounds and you will lose everything inside your heart that makes art meaningful.
Strawberry Clock, you are truly the king of the Portal.