Collected Sayings of E-Dalits
#1
Was just thinking of a few funny comments that were shared with me recently and thought it might be fun to start a thread to compile and discuss funny, silly, and offensive comments made on media and culture observed online. A kind of light internet anthropology exercise. Focusing maybe particularly on comment sections and reactions to media phenomena.

[Video: https://youtu.be/2QFgV-WdRHY]

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This scene came up in a discussion today, and the character of the comments was noted. This whole movie is a very limp and silly exercise in trying to produce awe, wonder, and warm feelings through a completely lifeless pipeline process. These comments are an interesting reaction. They seem to recognise the intentions of the filmmakers, and obligingly react with equally plastic, lifeless, and pipelined expressions of awe, wonder, and warm feelings. Look at these comments here all in a row, like how ghostbusters:afterlife is barely distinguishable from its nostalgiawave peers, the comments are barely distinguishable from each other.

I thought it might be fun to just collect these and see if anything interesting comes of it.
#2
I'm sure everyone's seen this "reimagining" by now but there's nothing more deserving of being in this thread.

[Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=to2SMng4u1k]
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The Bollywood consumer, despite outward appearances, is the target audience of the sequel trilogy. I don't think these people really even understood why the sequel films were bad to begin with, considering they eat up this schlock; it's just as offensive to the nature of the story as this "reimagining" is. When Holdo hyper-rams two capital ships into one another, this type of person was fascinated but ultimately walked away displeased knowing "they made Luke a pussy".
#3
An amarnite on twitter had a great tweet essentially reminding twitter that the reason we created the contempt for Funko Pop people was not because it was "consumerism", "nihilism", or "late stage capitalism", as the post-leftists/wignats say, but because those people were effeminate libtards with terrible taste. I'll post if I can find it.
#4
(09-30-2022, 07:08 PM)BillyONare Wrote: An amarnite on twitter had a great tweet essentially reminding twitter that the reason we created the contempt for Funko Pop people was not because it was "consumerism", "nihilism", or "late stage capitalism", as the post-leftists/wignats say, but because those people were effeminate libtards with terrible taste. I'll post if I can find it.


I think both viewpoints have merit. A culture full of garbage products like Funko Pops will cultivate garbage people, and garbage people will patronize garbage products, in a feedback loop of endless shitting-up.
#5
What a fantastic thread. I only saw the first tweet but the second two are amazing and not something that has been elucidated before. Scholars of masculinity and aspiring artists should take note of this. A quest for treasure or ownership of a beautiful girl (another form of property) will always feel more real than a quest to save the world or save some child or whatever contrived bullshit motivation that is tortured to fit into modern selfless faggot morality. This is why old pulp fiction/sword&sorcery/Appendix N stories are so enjoyable and why modern stories make you feel gross and slimy in an indescribable way.
#6
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I am still fascinated with movie recaps, and saw this comment under one today.

This guy has unintentionally said the quiet part out loud on a big part of youtube. This is a real person who unthinkingly uses 'recap' and 'review' interchangeably. Youtube criticism culture is just recaps.
#7
(09-30-2022, 07:37 PM)BillyONare Wrote: or whatever contrived bullshit motivation that is tortured to fit into modern selfless faggot morality.

This is exactly why I've found the Cugel the Clever books by Jack Vance so entertaining. The main character doesn't care about anyone except himself, exploits people at every turn and his primary motivations are survival and revenge, which leads him into hilarious situations at times. You don't see it in literature or media anywhere today.
#8
(10-04-2022, 09:05 AM)Guest Wrote:
(09-30-2022, 07:37 PM)BillyONare Wrote: or whatever contrived bullshit motivation that is tortured to fit into modern selfless faggot morality.

This is exactly why I've found the Cugel the Clever books by Jack Vance so entertaining. The main character doesn't care about anyone except himself, exploits people at every turn and his primary motivations are survival and revenge, which leads him into hilarious situations at times. You don't see it in literature or media anywhere today.

Read a lot of Jack Vance on Aidan's recommendation. The whole "Tales of the Dying Earth" and "Lyonesse" collections should be top books for us. Should probably make a fiction thread for all my shallow opinions.
#9
Vance is unfactcheckably based. The Cugel books are great but get dry and repetitive, maybe because I marathoned the whole Dying Earth series in a few days. Which is why I'm glad the first and fourth books exist.

Vance's depiction of women is varied and outstanding. After Cugel failed a few times with women I thought it was going to be some feminist thing where he was going to be made to look like a fool every time. But then he succeeds in
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Jack Vance is a must read for enjoyers of basedness, adventure, masculinity, fantasy, luxury, the lugubrious, and the loquacious. 

I did not know Aidan was a fan. I would like to see his other recommendations.
#10
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This is a hell of a video. Another variation on recaps. This time it seems to be about feeling better than steven seagal but on this really quaintly low and outdated feeling level. This humour feels like it's made for 10 year olds from the 2000s.

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Strange and funny to me that people are enjoying this. Really just look at a minute of the video to get a feel for the level of humour we're on.
#11
[Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X2251IuWp0]

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#12
(10-09-2022, 01:32 PM)BillyONare Wrote: [Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9X2251IuWp0]

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But consider how strong Bowser ACTUALLY IS.
#13
[Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8hoLyaZP0E]

These videos are weird enough as is. They're a divergence from the base form of the "becoming uncanny" meme; instead of establishing a tier list or narrative of descent, they're just le random key-jangling "content" that could easily be machine-generated. Things get even weirder when you look at the comments:

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This comment section has none of the usual "I like how" sycophancy; it's more like the EPIC dunks in a chud's replies when they stir a beehive on twatter. Every single video of his is blanketed by this sort of vitriol, commented shortly after the video, produced by roughly the same set of users each time. If we apply the usual rule of thumb, we find that the majority of MrDweller's engagement comes from hate-watchers. His wiki page has no shortage of slander:

Quote:MrDweller and similar channels, such as CANNY, have been criticized for being lazy and unfunny, using a dead meme to get views, and deviating from the "normal" Mr. Incredible Becomes Uncanny/Canny/Old/Etc memes to make entirely new formats of the meme that people view to be nonsensical or simply unfunny. MrDweller himself has been criticized for putting in little effort into his videos, as well as for milking the Mr. Incredible meme to the point where it becomes cringe and unfunny.

He has also been accused of being racist, as shown in, for example, a video titled "Mr Incredible Becoming Scared (You live in)". On Discord, he has also been confirmed to say the n-word multiple times, and has made Islamophobic comments on Discord as well, according to a video made by one of MrDweller's haters. That same video also showed him supporting Adolf Hitler, hating Ukraine, and making death threats to another Discord user. He has also made homophobic/transphobic content in his videos before. In addition, MrDweller often makes fun of the poor, homeless, and disabled in his videos to rake in more views and money. Also, the majority of MrDweller's fanbase are children, yet MrDweller still includes explicit/suggestive content in his videos.

How has he accrued such a dedicated hatedom? Is this a viral marketing gimmick on his part? Is a rival uncanny-maker running a gayop against him?  What is the appeal? What is the anti-appeal?
#14
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A strange type of discussion I've noticed that happens around any sort of TV show (in this case, Family Guy) is the dissecting of the morals and emotions of the characters as if they're real people or even just well thought out characters. I've seen people talk about how evil Peter is or how sad Meg must be. I never understood this. The entire point of the characters in Family Guy (especially past season 3) is that they're supposed to be one dimensional characters that embody an archetype which can deliver jokes well and get into scenarios that fit the character. There is literally nothing deeper to it. Yet I'll still see people sympathizing with the characters as if they're watching so cinematographic masterpiece. To me, this is like a stand up (low form of entertainment btw) comedian telling a joke involving two characters and having the audience discuss the deep morals of the characters instead of just laughing at the punchline. I'm not sure if this applies to other TV shows; Maybe I'm just biased because I think TV is a waste of time. The Sopranos lasts as long as two Scarfaces. No one understood.

(10-31-2022, 02:38 PM)Chud Wrote: These videos are weird enough as is. They're a divergence from the base form of the "becoming uncanny" meme; instead of establishing a tier list or narrative of descent, they're just le random key-jangling "content" that could easily be machine-generated. Things get even weirder when you look at the comments:
Very interesting to see the tolerance of recycled format memes that the CCAN/normalfag has. I suppose recycling different meme formats of the month or at least having somewhat of a creative flair will merit you praise as the normie brain is being overstimulated with enough media that acts as ingroup signaling.
#15
This video was recommended to me today. I'd never heard of the film and did in fact have a tiny amount of respect for 'Denzel'.
The premise is terrific in the first place, the comments just cement it.
Skimming through, it appears that this humble black taxi driver teaches some rich young white men a lesson for raping a white woman.
This clearly resonates with the fans below...

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[Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jyI5wgItJKM]
#16
(01-11-2023, 03:26 PM)Oldblood Wrote: This clearly resonates with the fans below...

If there's one thing youtube commenters love it's a badass old person killing young white men for breaking rules and disrespecting women.
#17
(01-11-2023, 06:31 PM)anthony Wrote: If there's one thing youtube commenters love it's a badass old person killing young white men for breaking rules and disrespecting women.

"The Gentlemen" is so awful for this. I must have sat through at least three scenes of badass oldies putting the young bucks in their place before I walked. Here's two, enjoy the comments:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBHanR-rZso

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXa_5ofoaIA&t=18s

Utterly embarrassed for Guy Ritchie, a complete caricature. After you've watched them, watch this Joe Rogan interview with him and listen to how he speaks. It's just like those two scenes. He absolutely imagines himself in these situations while he's writing.


[Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rd3yeX1-SaM]
#18
(01-12-2023, 10:57 AM)Oldblood Wrote: "The Gentlemen" is so awful for this. I must have sat through at least three scenes of badass oldies putting the young bucks in their place before I walked. Here's two, enjoy the comments:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBHanR-rZso

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IXa_5ofoaIA&t=18s

Utterly embarrassed for Guy Ritchie, a complete caricature. After you've watched them, watch this Joe Rogan interview with him and listen to how he speaks. It's just like those two scenes. He absolutely imagines himself in these situations while he's writing.


[Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rd3yeX1-SaM]

In Ritchie's defense, he has some taste and style still. There's a personal streak that continues even into his later work. He likes cool people with taste. The fantasy isn't essentially lumberjack because the people winning are actually better. The actual hero of his new movie is a character who is basically Aristotle Onassis but more evil by conventional moral standards. He is never treated as in the wrong because he's cool, charming, has taste and uses his power in a respectable way.

The Protagonist of The Gentlemen is an older guy, and American, but it's established immediately that his ancestry is British and he's a kind of earnest striver. Like Andrew Tate but not a tasteless nigger with an IQ of 110 and he's willing to follow through on talk and kill people. So he's actually somewhat cool. And his enemies in that movie are stupid poor people, rich sneaky conniving jews, and asian foreigners who want to plunder his homeland.

What's essentially horrible about the "secretly BADASS old fuck beats up 25 disrespectful skinheads" thing is that it's a lower form of life winning. The point is always contrasting the misery and debasement of the old fuck's existence with the brief fire of his moral outrage and explosive frustration. But why should I like anybody who chooses to live like that? Matthew McConaughey in The Gentlemen is not a bug. He lives as he pleases, does well by non-insectoid standards, and is just defending what's his from people who want to be him but are just worse at it (because they aren't intelligent white men).


[Video: https://youtu.be/1crhwQPKr7w]

How long has it been since you saw this scene?
#19
[Video: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/B54sqTNK520]

(Youtube shorts won't work so I'll just post the link here: https://www.youtube.com/shorts/B54sqTNK520)

Painfully obvious that this downie is barely doing any of the cooking here with all the constant cuts. Video ends with him ungracefully gorging his ZOGslop (it actually didn't look that bad tbh) with a nice dollop of sauce on his nose. All comments are obviously forced and patronizing. My favorite one was where someone specifically mentioned how proud his parents would be like he's a child. I think all this begs the question of how normies find it within themselves to do this continually.

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 (Would Gigachad really say this?)
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More importantly, I think the true meat and potatoes of this little internet anthropology exercise is whether or not downies should be sterilized or just executed.
#20
(01-21-2023, 07:14 AM)Moyai Wrote: More importantly, I think the true meat and potatoes of this little internet anthropology exercise is whether or not downies should be sterilized or just executed.
But really what’s the argument for sterilization, feels kinda half way. The goal is no downies, so it feels like it’s not fully committed to reaching that goal. It is some kind of humanism hold out after it’s been recognized by society that the genetic heath of a race is important? But by default euthanasia seems like the obvious choice, unless you have a great argument for sterilization I may be swayed.


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