It seems to me that the more crowded the Internet becomes, the more these people feel the need to be condescending and judge others - people they don't even know. Case in point, I received a recommendation from Amazon about an anime I might be interested in, so I went and read the reviews. One out of several did not give the series lavish praise - the reviewer pointed out a couple of things she found objectionable, and because of this almost all of the replies were extremely nasty, to the point of calling her names. I know this is par for the course, especially on large sites that encourage any sort of feedback on any given product, but it still gets under my skin that someone should be ridiculed just for voicing an opinion, and a valid one at that in my opinion. Granted, the person's concerns could be considered trivial compared to other anime featuring unquestionably questionable content, but still, why condemn the person for voicing those concerns?
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I'm one of those people that prefers status quo to randomness and chaos. I have two dogs, a Chihuahua and a German Short-haired Pointer, named Chiqua and Pepper. Chiqua is my constant companion. … more