Tuesday, February 11, 2014

What does the Fox say?

Bullshit, as usual.

Then again, Lego originated in Denmark, evil kingdom of darkness suffering under the crushing stranglehold of freely rampaging business-killing, baby-eating liberalism, so why should I be surprised?

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  1. Ah, Fox News. We hate it so much...

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    1. It's already bad enough that they only use mainstream first-person shooters as an example for their stories just so that they can make video games look terrible. But this..... I'm glad that I stopped trusting Fox News LONG AGO.

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  2. Ah, Fox News and its 'opposition guests' that are hand-picked to make the opposing view sound as weak as possible. How about mentioning the big business practices that are destroying the environment, the economy, and the lives of innocent people, employees and otherwise? You know, the ones that are becoming commonplace and becoming more and more protected by the US government?

    Hmm, who caused 300,000 US citizens to go without clean water last month? It was that one guy, right? Or wait, no, it was the liberal scum and their affordable healthcare, wasn't it?

    Nope, wait, it was big business. Are they being punished? Nope! But I'm sure this movie will be very damaging to them.

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    1. It's a sad day in the world when many people fail to acknowledge that big businesses are trying to gain as much control as possible with the help of the government's protection, just like in the very early 20th century. What happened to learning from mistakes?

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  3. I gave up on the news in general long ago. I turned it on today to find out more about Chris Christie being hunted down for causing a traffic jam...

    Also I can't help but feel bad for people like the guy in the video who is just doing as he is told but has to say stupid shit like that on TV.

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  4. Now I want to see The Lego Movie more than ever! It's supposed to be surprisingly good, anyways.

    It's nice to live in a country with freedom of the press and all, but it is astonishing to me just how blatantly false their slogan "fair and balanced" is. Their idea of "balanced" is to act as a champion of political conservatism to offset the evil socialist conspiracy that is the "mainstream media". Never mind that they themselves are the most-watched news channel in the US!

    'Murica!

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    1. Like Slow said, they're about as fair and balanced as Arceus in Underused...

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    2. It's much worse than that. It's like Arceus in NU!

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  5. There is ONE good thing about Fox "News": at least you get a good idea of what is going on (by taking the opposite of what they are reporting). CNN is vapid and beyond useless in every shape and form, it has no redeeming value even ironically.

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    1. There's one redeeming value of CNN. It can be made fun of by Touhou fans like me. Call it the Cirno News Network from now on!...

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    2. I called it the Clown News Network :P

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    3. I can't say I get the Touhou reference

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    4. I do, even though I'm not a Touhou fan. I just happen to know about Cirno and "U.N Owen Was Her?!" through accidental findings.

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    5. To Ryan, awwww. Can you at least check out Bad Apple for little old me? It kind of was the reason I call CNN the Cirno News Network...
      MarioSonic, U.N. Owen is my favorite Touhou song with my favorite Touhou character (Flandre's so cuuuuuuuuute!!!). Why not make them less accidental? I recommend checking out Bad Apple...

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    6. I checked out Bad Apple and.... Eh. It's not a bad song. However, if I ever get anything Touhou related, I would rather get the games. U.N. Owen is still catchy after all of these years, though. I'll check out the other character themes later.

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    7. Well, I was talking more the Shadow Art music video than the actual song...
      Oh, yes. U.N. Owen is very catchy. I can listen to it all day and never get tired of it...
      To get the games, go to Moriya Shrine. Start with Perfect Cherry Blossom. Don't be afraid to start with Easy...

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  6. Oh, ok! When it comes to the music video: I thought it was rather nice. The lyrics are depressing, though, but I know why. Don't worry, I know what the games usually contain. Once I get to it, I'll bring my best.

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    1. Don't expect to beat it on your first try though, especially if this is your first bullet hell...

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  7. WHAT DOES THE FOX SAY IS THE GREATEST MUSIC VIDEO EVER MADE IT'S EVEN BETTER THAN FRIDAY!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Haha. On a serious note, Bad Apple will always be the best music video to me...

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