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Mad Convoy

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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Supah Berry in I just wanted to let everyone know that we might be living in the timeline where you   
    @Perkilator He’s imitating as well as he can what the other characters say, so it’s more like cockatoo-ese than Engrish.
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Balding Spider in More good news. Professional scumbag Alex Jones has to pay the families of the Sandy   
    Good!
    Unfortunately it’s not going to deter people who believe these conspiracies. But the impression I get from reading stuff from families and friends of Sandy Hook victims is that most of their ire is directed not at true believers but instead at people who know the conspiracies are BS but back them anyway for money, attention, whatever.
    This sets a nice precedent for family/friends of the victims to get some justice against the conspiracy theorists who saw a terrible tragedy and thought only of how they could make it about themselves and their agendas.
  3. Chuckle
    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Supah Berry in Okay guys I think I've uncovered something important here. You know that "burger" res   
    out of stock.
    eggman really does a number on the supply chain when he’s doing a scheme. especially with chaos making almost everything soggy and gross.
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Supah Berry in Kirby games are more fun when you limit your usage of the hover ability. Kinda makes   
    I think that choice had more to do with the limitations of the N64 than anything the developers really wanted, unfortunately. Apparently the N64 could only handle so many consecutive Kirby hovers, and the moment you hit the limit the game would start lagging horribly.
    I wonder if there’s an action replay or game genie code that would restrict the amount of hovers Kirby gets in other games though?
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Menace2Society in When you think we'll get something new with Kirby   
    @Menace2Society I just want a game like 64 again.
    I miss Shimomura.
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    Mad Convoy reacted to Menace2Society in When you think we'll get something new with Kirby   
    As long as it isn’t slow as molasses again, I’d totally be up for another 64-styled game.
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    Mad Convoy reacted to Shaddy Zaphod in I'm glad more people have caught on to Mike Cernovich being the actual culprit in the   
    Not to justify Schemmel going on an f-slur ramble, or anything. That's still shitty and he would do well to address and apologize for it, but the false equivalence drawn by these dumbfuck Vic chuds is deplorable, and knowing that this audio was only released as an attempt to "punish" the people who spoke out in favor of victims makes the whole situation messier.
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    Mad Convoy reacted to Solly in I'm glad more people have caught on to Mike Cernovich being the actual culprit in the   
    Agreed.
    None of the people pointing to the old Funi recordings and crying hypocrisy are actually, genuinely offended or bothered by their content in any way. They'd probably be defending it if they weren't already entrenched in their own idiot culture war trying to defend Vic.
    It reminds me of when they called out Greg Doucette for wearing traditional African garb in law school (during some world culture event where he was asked to) and compared that to Rekieta wearing blackface. They make dipshit false equivalencies like this because they actually don't understand the difference. 
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Jingilator in Hey guys, remember the other animated Titanic film (the one without the rapping dog)?   
    @Menace2Society
    Plot twist: The studio actually went and kidnapped their animators to work on the movies for free. The animators were working on the TV show, but they found a way to escape, leaving the studio to rush to finish what the animators left undone.
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Supah Berry in Ruin a beloved childhood movie/TV show/story with cold hard facts.   
    See that blue-clothed guy in the Wiggles?
    He struggled with worsening severe depression that left him sobbing off-stage, feeling utterly worthless, and wanting to kill himself. For a long time performing on stage was the only thing that made him remotely happy, and even then his happiness dissolved the moment his performance was over.
    Anybody you know could be facing the same struggles he did. Even the people that seem relentlessly positive and happy. Especially the people that seem relentlessly positive and happy.
    Blue Wiggle fortunately got help and spoke out about what happened, but many people with depression don’t and it took him a very long time to get the help he needed. They just suffer in silence for years and/or kill themselves.
    So remember kids, your friends and family could be suffering at any moment from something you can’t see or defeat while convincing everybody that they’re very happy, at least up until they can’t take it anymore and suddenly shift their choices. The happiness of people you care about and perceive as successful might be just a saccharine lie. Sweet dreams!
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Polkadi~☆ in Ruin a beloved childhood movie/TV show/story with cold hard facts.   
    See that blue-clothed guy in the Wiggles?
    He struggled with worsening severe depression that left him sobbing off-stage, feeling utterly worthless, and wanting to kill himself. For a long time performing on stage was the only thing that made him remotely happy, and even then his happiness dissolved the moment his performance was over.
    Anybody you know could be facing the same struggles he did. Even the people that seem relentlessly positive and happy. Especially the people that seem relentlessly positive and happy.
    Blue Wiggle fortunately got help and spoke out about what happened, but many people with depression don’t and it took him a very long time to get the help he needed. They just suffer in silence for years and/or kill themselves.
    So remember kids, your friends and family could be suffering at any moment from something you can’t see or defeat while convincing everybody that they’re very happy, at least up until they can’t take it anymore and suddenly shift their choices. The happiness of people you care about and perceive as successful might be just a saccharine lie. Sweet dreams!
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Big Panda in Ruin a beloved childhood movie/TV show/story with cold hard facts.   
    See that blue-clothed guy in the Wiggles?
    He struggled with worsening severe depression that left him sobbing off-stage, feeling utterly worthless, and wanting to kill himself. For a long time performing on stage was the only thing that made him remotely happy, and even then his happiness dissolved the moment his performance was over.
    Anybody you know could be facing the same struggles he did. Even the people that seem relentlessly positive and happy. Especially the people that seem relentlessly positive and happy.
    Blue Wiggle fortunately got help and spoke out about what happened, but many people with depression don’t and it took him a very long time to get the help he needed. They just suffer in silence for years and/or kill themselves.
    So remember kids, your friends and family could be suffering at any moment from something you can’t see or defeat while convincing everybody that they’re very happy, at least up until they can’t take it anymore and suddenly shift their choices. The happiness of people you care about and perceive as successful might be just a saccharine lie. Sweet dreams!
  13. Way Past Cool
    Mad Convoy reacted to Ferno in Ruin a beloved childhood movie/TV show/story with cold hard facts.   
    Dora's gonna find her way, avoid swiper, and be alright in the end regardless if you actually talk to the tv or not
  14. My Emmerdoods
    Mad Convoy reacted to Polkadi~☆ in Ruin a beloved childhood movie/TV show/story with cold hard facts.   
    Clouds are not solid matter. All the Care Bears would fall from a great height higher than any skyscraper and die.
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    Mad Convoy reacted to SenEDDtor Missile in Spongebob thought: I was reading about how Squidward doesn’t know what the Krabby (st   
    @Mad Convoy *Imagines Mr Krabs in a tuxedo waving his claw in front of his victim going ‘this ain’t the formulae yer lookin’ fer.’*
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Supah Berry in Y'know, Super Sonic regularly appeared in the comics and in Sonic X. But we never rea   
    In a lot of early Sonic media, it was implied if not outright stated that Sonic’s shoes were what allowed him to go so fast. If he had no or different shoes on for whatever reason, then depending on the adaptation he’s either as fast as a normal hedgehog (not very impressive) or incapable of running fast without seriously hurting himself. 
    So I guess you could say that speed shoes were in early Sonic adaptations— they were just a part of Sonic’s usual outfit, and thus rarely anything worth focusing on.
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Supah Berry in I wonder if that story of Sega losing the source code for Generations is true.   
    Wouldn’t shock me. Sega is horrible at preserving source  code. It often disappears within months of a game getting released if nobody steps in to preserve it for Sega.
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    Mad Convoy reacted to Tornado in I demand fluffy photos of doggos.   
  20. Way Past Cool
    Mad Convoy reacted to tailsBOOM! in I demand fluffy photos of doggos.   
    You'll take this foxxo and be happy:
     
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    Mad Convoy reacted to Big Panda in I demand fluffy photos of doggos.   
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from BlueSky in *Insert game here* now including new "Funky" Mode.   
    An additional mode in Jet Set Radio where you actually get to look at the funk?
    Color me ecstatic.
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from BlueSky in This whole deal with the Sword/Shield Pokedex has made me realise: Pokemon is sufferi   
    @Strickerx5 It’s like... both complacency and fatigue from my perspective.
    GF hit the oversaturation wall with regards to the sheer amount of Pokémon that exist now. But instead of trying a different approach to backwards compatibility in Sword and Shield from other games, GF has just done away with it altogether a la Gen III, but without any thinking of ways to address complaints about it in game or any of the legitimately good reasons Gen III had for disallowing backwards compatibility.
    But I’m not mad at the marketing people, because I think the reason for Sword and Shield’s choice to shunt off all but the new Pokémon  to Home (which is not of the caliber of Fire Red or Leaf Green, Gen III’s answer to people who wanted some aspects of the older generations to get represented in Gen III, nor does it seem intended to be that way) is because it’s the easy solution and GF assumes that it’ll sell anyway. No marketing person on the planet who intends on keeping their job is going to say “We’re just phoning it in whenever we face an obstacle because you’ll buy it anyway.”
    Don’t get me wrong, I don’t think it’s as simple as “they just didn’t care at all about game quality”. It’s more to me like they’re tired of all these Pokémon everywhere being a burden and strain on resources, and have no motivation or help from leadership to address big issues in a creative and well-thought-out way.
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    Mad Convoy got a reaction from Shiguy in The more I find about KyoAni’s fire, the more I am utterly disgusted. The perpetrator   
    God, some people suck. It just goes to show you how stupid and petty some motivations for a mass killing can be.
    At least he got caught. May he receive the harshest sentence the Japanese legal system offers.
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