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Dec 30, 2012 | 1:32 PM EST
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A rant about the positive aspect of negative thinking.

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smirkproductionssmirkproductions

Rated 5 / 5 stars May 15, 2013

yeah? whats up with all the pc people? im tired of it. to tell the truth im dissapointed that we havent hit the apocalypse or some form of real war since the cold war.



darknessdwellerdarknessdweller

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2013

Amen to this!

You speak the truth. I've been keeping these exact same ideas trapped in my head for years
and now finally someone has the balls to say it! You sir, are a saint! I really like your rants. Out
of all your rants I've heard, this has to be the best thus far.

Vote: 5/5
Review: 5/5
Keep up the good work, sir!

~darknessdweller


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Dead6Dead6

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 21, 2013

WHO THE HELL GIVES A TWO SHITS IF HE IS MOTHERFUCKING TOO GOD-DAMN NEGATIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



Ifrit963Ifrit963

Rated 5 / 5 stars February 9, 2013

*Checks other reviews*

It's a Damn cartoon squirrel! What the hell is he supposed to do when he is stuck moving to the will of an animator? Put on a smile? (Also to keep in mind, he has no mouth.)

Anyway, in another note entirely, this was entertaining as always. Personally I feel the world could do with a little negativity. Shows that we have a small thing called emotions. Not that we are just robots programmed to be happy.



sgt-peppersgt-pepper

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars February 9, 2013

Well, isn't someone self-righteous.

You advocate yourself as making legitimate social commentary and "addressing" problems, but are you really? Are you really changing anything in bitching about well-discussed and exhausted topics and then not really doing anything towards it?

Other animators might put links to sites for organizations that work to solve problems: awareness, charities-- animators who support particular arguments also support the people who make things happen and actually work to directly affect the mass population. You sure as hell don't.

And with the "maybe if more people were the same, maybe we could actually make some sort of progress in making things a little better..." Would it really be? Would a bunch of people vlogging about their problems to a relatively- small audience really solve anything? In any case, the world needs less bitches who're noting but talk and more people who actually do something. Don't think you're so much of an activist, buddy.

But don't get me wrong; I don't have a problem with your negativity-- it's good that we live in a world where one can express his/her frustrations. But don't act like you're really making a difference; like you're trying to "help people"-- you're not.