Bob has the looks of the Morlocks with all the ability of the Eloi.
Bob is an entertainer....and he makes a modest income doing soIt's not accurate to call Bob a Morlock. The Morlocks knew how to make things work and performed all of the necessary labor. Bob has no idea how anything works, from economics to politics to personal relationships, and instead of labor he's just shitting out his opinions for the world to laugh at. They're not even important opinions, he spends all of his "working" time absorbing and obsessing about completely disposable and superficial pop ephemera!
Bob had A video that went viral.....about an awful adam sandler movie. But thats not the standard. Does Bob's reviewing entertain people enough to make a living (yes)The girls who made "Two Girls One Cup" are entertainers too. And their filmography is more culturally significant than Bob's.
We've seen how even the smallest, pettiest of shit inflates his already massive ego. Just look at how smug he has become over things like getting rehired at The Escapist or Gunn getting rehired by Disney.One never knows how even a modest amount of fame will affect one's character. I mean, Bob barely qualifies as Z-list and he's an insufferable asshole.
Oh God. I don't think I've laughed as hard as this in a long time. "Long hard road of difficult decisions." As if Bob would be standing there with a rifle on the Day of the Rope judging how many approaching goobergrapers he could headshot before he had to reload. His fellow urbanite Democrats would be a far greater threat to him (because of population density and interrupted supply lines causing most of the local food to run out,) than any of the Red State Mayonnaise Ghoul working classers that he so fears.
Bob's in no position to mock others for their appearance when he looks like the guy who lingers near playgrounds in a windowless van.In a similar manner to the way he makes of fun other's lack of intelligence despite being an exceptional individual, Bob likes to make fun of other's appearances despite looking like an even fatter version of Mundane Matt.
Given how he likes to sometimes dismissively call his critics “sport,” I’m deeply disappointed that the nickname The Great Fatsby never took hold.Have we really gotten almost 2200 pages deep without anyone ever calling him "MorlockBob"?
EDIT: Feh, we were calling him a Morlock in 2017. Well, it's still true.
> Tranny chaserHow much of a spinless bitch Ollie is to allow this fucker to call the literal basis of his ideology "obsolete"?
Engels was a legendary chad, and so was Marx. Marx was actually the bigger chad considering he had no money or status.Philosophy Tube has some great quotes here that deserve to be in his own thread, if he has one. "I'm ALWAYS performing!" "Engels was a class traitor and legendary chad."
I saw it too and I thought it was a risky film to do on the Joker (which Joaquin Phoenix should win the Oscar by the way) that it paid off well. I think this movie is pissing off Bob and his ilk because it challenges them on society.So I just saw Joker last night. I'm still processing it, because it was fucking harrowing, but it definitely made an impression on me.
Looking at Bob's reaction to the movie, I'm astounded as to how he can shit all over it while giving a pass to mediocre pap like Captain Marvel. Say what you want about Joker, and I'm sure that there are legitimate criticisms to be made of it, but one thing that it's definitely not IMO is forgettable, which describes Captain Marvel to a T and is quite possibly the worst thing that a movie can be (case in point, The Room is an awful movie but is still memorable).
Critics and the media in general want to believe that they can actually control what people like. This is the first major instance where they couldn’t after the success of captain marvel made it seem like they couldI saw it too and I thought it was a risky film to do on the Joker (which Joaquin Phoenix should win the Oscar by the way) that it paid off well. I think this movie is pissing off Bob and his ilk because it challenges them on society.