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Which is Better

  • Chicken Little

    Votes: 67 18.7%
  • Hunchback 2

    Votes: 18 5.0%
  • A slow death

    Votes: 273 76.3%

  • Total voters
    358

XYZpdq

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if youtube-dl works on it and people suck and pirating it I might do a dine-and-dash for a month
 

Marissa Moira

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if I do the free trial can i watch gargoyles or is there like a premium layer of shit locked behind stuff that you can't see unless you pay?
 

Trilby

Sorry, but not sorry!
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I might leach off of a friend but streaming service scare me out of principle, it's why I hate "Cloud Storage" as a concept
its just a long term renting that could go down at any moment.
That's been my beef. In the end, it just becomes disposable entertainment as I see it.

God, Disney now having the rights to the older seasons of the Simpsons just sounds so fucking wrong.
Me too, especially when you remember fine moments like this!
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Duncan Hills Coffee

Awakes you from a thousand deaths
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God, Disney now having the rights to the older seasons of the Simpsons just sounds so fucking wrong.
Not helping is that Al Jean is supposedly trying to phase out DVDs so people will stream the show. This is especially scary since they've been trying to erase Stark Raving Dad. With everything else Disney's been doing, they're the exact right people to pull off Jean's horrible idea.

That's been my beef. In the end, it just becomes disposable entertainment as I see it.


Me too, especially when you remember fine moments like this!
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I remember the scene in the movie where Bart has a bra on his head so they look like mouse ears and says in a high-pitched voice, "I'm the mascot of an evil corporation!"

It's like we're living in Bizarro World.
 

JambledUpWords

Destiny is bae, don’t tell Becky
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Well, we all knew Disney was already doing this. Because they don't want to offend idiots on twitter.
Twittiots can’t distinguish reality from fantasy and are afraid of others seeing what people really thought in the past. I wish this trend would die off. Why can’t people accept the past for what it was instead of trying to change it?
 

Kurosaki Ichigo

an approaching murder
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I don’t see why they cant put out the animated portions with a bit of editing to separate it from the more “controversial” live action? Its not like those characters have been scrubbed clean from public knowledge.
 
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Syaoran Li

Disney Delenda Est
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Twittiots can’t distinguish reality from fantasy and are afraid of others seeing what people really thought in the past. I wish this trend would die off. Why can’t people accept the past for what it was instead of trying to change it?
Is this going to affect The Simpsons? (AKA the only reason I'm even considering getting Disney+)

If they remove "Stark Raving Dad" or "Homer Badman" from the streaming lineup, I'll be pissed.

Stark Raving Dad has already been pulled from the reruns even before the Disney buyout was completed and Homer Badman is even more relevant now than it was in the 90's, its mere existence is a giant "Fuck You" to the Me Too crowd.
 

MysticMisty

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I don’t see why they cant put out the animated portions with a bit of editing to separate it from the more “controversial” live action? Its not like those characters have been scrubbed clean from public knowledge.
The second animated sequence actually has the most controversial scene in the entire movie: the tar baby scene. Even though it is literally made from tar and is a completely lifeless trap used to catch Brer Rabbit, the fact that it's called the tar baby has offended a lot of people. And since it's an important plot point in the second sequence it's as easy to edit away as the Dumbo crows. Splash Mountain avoided it by making the laughing place the second part so that Brer Rabbit can be caught with honey instead, but obviously such a solution wouldn't work without completely re-creating the source material.
 

Steamboat_Bill

Going to beat the record of the Robert E. Lee
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The second animated sequence actually has the most controversial scene in the entire movie: the tar baby scene. Even though it is literally made from tar and is a completely lifeless trap used to catch Brer Rabbit, the fact that it's called the tar baby has offended a lot of people. And since it's an important plot point in the second sequence it's as easy to edit away as the Dumbo crows. Splash Mountain avoided it by making the laughing place the second part so that Brer Rabbit can be caught with honey instead, but obviously such a solution wouldn't work without completely re-creating the source material.
That, plus no matter what you do they are going to get shit from it. Getting Song of the South on the service was a pipe dream at best. Thankfully, however, films like Dumbo will remain intact.
 

Kurosaki Ichigo

an approaching murder
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The second animated sequence actually has the most controversial scene in the entire movie: the tar baby scene. Even though it is literally made from tar and is a completely lifeless trap used to catch Brer Rabbit, the fact that it's called the tar baby has offended a lot of people. And since it's an important plot point in the second sequence it's as easy to edit away as the Dumbo crows. Splash Mountain avoided it by making the laughing place the second part so that Brer Rabbit can be caught with honey instead, but obviously such a solution wouldn't work without completely re-creating the source material.
Shit, I forgot about that.
 
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Syaoran Li

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I know it will never happen in a million years, but if Disney released Song of the South on Blu-Ray and for streaming in a completely uncensored form complete with a "Fuck You, SJW's!" disclaimer at the beginning, I'd forgive them for creating the MCU and ruining Star Wars.
 

Jewelsmakerguy

(Cheesy 80s music intensifies)
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Twittiots can’t distinguish reality from fantasy and are afraid of others seeing what people really thought in the past. I wish this trend would die off. Why can’t people accept the past for what it was instead of trying to change it?
Because in this day and age, people are overlysensitive pussies who never had a childhood full of hardships.

Either that or they're simply just oversensitive pussies who can't stand it when people try to share history, that one's more likely.

Hopefully. It's bad enough when crybabies have their way.
Crybabies shouldn't even be on the internet in the first place if that's what they're going to do.
 
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