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Weedle McHairybug

aka Eric Otness

  • I live in Dunwoody, Georgia
  • I was born on February 14
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  • I wish you wouldn't make such comparisons when someone is talking fan-fiction or ideas. You didn't comment about my idea for the third Anthology film, you were commenting about the Empire in comparison with unsettling topics in the real world. You didn't make any compliment about my idea, or suggest an even better one. This is Disney Wiki. Please in future consider what you are going to say. It's what got you into trouble several times before.

    If you reply, do it without writing a long sentence explaining why you say what you say. A simple "I understand and I will try" will do.

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  • In Jeffrey Katzenberg's page, you reffered to Linda Woolverton as a feminazi. Why?

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    • Well, if I must be honest, it's because of how she depicted men in Maleficent, where they were evil, foolish, or useless, and similar depictions of men in Beauty and the Beast (heck, Beast ended up nearly being killed due to his being unwilling to defend his servants or even himself unless Belle was physically present). Not to mention she cut out Belle baking a cake for her dad in the latter film simply because she felt, and I quote, "a liberated woman wouldn't know how to bake a cake." It also doesn't help either that she largely treated marriage as an institution in BATB as a woman's nightmare, and depicted the only women in the film who had ANY positive views of marriage, the triplets, as being dumb blonde bimbos. Oh, and she also denounced Belle's predecessors, including Ariel, as basically being tarts who only had love and marriage as their goals, and only waited for their prince to come before they could do anything. She also made it VERY clear she was influenced largely by the feminist movement of the 1960s and 1970s, and intended to push that agenda in BOTH films.

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    • Thank you very much. That was most interesting! We must be glad that her views did not make it through The Lion King then. 

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    • Thorin92 wrote: Thank you very much. That was most interesting! We must be glad that her views did not make it through The Lion King then. 

      Or Homeward Bound for that matter.

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    • Sorry to bother you again, since you seems to know a lot about Disney story and his downfall, I wanted to ask you this: I remember that there was a big name at Pixar back before Toy Story was made that wanted to shut down the 2D animation department and was stopped before he could. What was his name?

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  • What do you think of my upcoming future ideas of my plans of these  new Disney Princess films?

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  • There is a mermaid named Seraphina in the latest episode of Tangled: The Series, "There's Something About Hook Foot".

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  • Before the thread gets removed and all is lost:

    You:

    I see you undid my prior edit on Gaston's page. A real misogynist wouldn't even attempt to marry Belle, or indeed any woman at all, and in fact would feel sickened to even be near them due to their gender, and that's assuming they don't have a genocidal urge against them precisely because of said hatred of them. That's why Gaston is not a misogynist. If anything, characters like Chi-Fu match the definition far more accurately than Gaston does. Heck, General Blue from Dragon Ball comes far closer to actually acting like a misogynist than Gaston ever did (Just look at how he behaved to Bulma here, and you'll see exactly what I mean). Disney Wiki is supposed to be an encyclopedia for Disney, and I believe in making sure terms are accurately used, not to mention the information in articles are as accurate as possible. Would you want to claim, for example, in a Wiki article that Christians invented misogyny? No. That would be irresponsible. Hence why I feel like we should avoid using terms unless they actually match up. That's all I ask.

    Me:

    Sorry to intrude, and this isn't on topic with the edit, page or even this Wiki in general, but with the clip you provided, I don't think that's so much misogyny for her as a woman as much as disgust for her behaviour, such as licking him. I have absolutely no context for that scene or know anything about those characters, so I have no idea whatsoever what those characters are usually like, but just from what that clip showed, I think it's bcuz of how she was acting with the licking and all. (It was really cringy, tbh ^^' XD)

    You:

    Fangirl111 wrote: Sorry to intrude, and this isn't on topic with the edit, page or even this Wiki in general, but with the clip you provided, I don't think that's so much misogyny for her as a woman as much as disgust for her behaviour, such as licking him. I have absolutely no context for that scene or know anything about those characters, so I have no idea whatsoever what those characters are usually like, but just from what that clip showed, I think it's bcuz of how she was acting with the licking and all. (It was really cringy, tbh ^^' XD)

    Okay, to explain that clip to you, it's from an anime series called Dragon Ball, and what Bulma was doing was trying to seduce General Blue to save Krillin from being paralyzed (long story short, General Blue's psychic, sort of like Psycho Mantis from Metal Gear). General Blue, however, doesn't take the bait (it's not made clear in the dub due to it not being a family friendly topic, but the reason he doesn't take the bait is... let's just say Blue "likes his loafers light". The Sumo Wrestler threat she gave? In the Japanese version, she actually claimed she was male in an obvious attempt at distracting him.), and overall expresses disgust. BTW, this is only the second time he refused her advances. When first meeting him, she introduces herself to Blue while clearly infatuated with him, and he ignores her while being disturbed by her. And believe me, this isn't even the last time he shows disgust for females, either. Later on while he's scouting out Dr. Slump's house and spots Goku and Arale (the latter being Slump's robot daughter) via his scopes, he says in reference to the latter "And the girl too! Why can't anything ever be easy!?" I think the episode title for the latter event was "Arale vs. Blue." The clip I showed is from "The Pirate Treasure". You can watch it online, or try to find it on Toonami if you want.

    And yeah, I'll admit it wasn't exactly the best example I could have used especially regarding instances of misogyny (since even speaking as someone who is straight, people doing that kind of seduction you described like licking is just gross and really crass overall, regardless of gender), though I do have a better example than that: Rospark from Mega Man ZX Advent (well, mostly better, since it makes clear he doesn't even tolerate the existence of females without Ashe flirting with him in any way). A couple of videos:

    Note that this is if you're playing Ashe (aka, the female player option). If you play as Grey, aka, the male player option, Rospark has a completely different reaction to him, almost the exact opposite reaction in fact.

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    • Ugh, I hate Admins that insta protect pages because they disagree with an edit, 1. that's not what that feature is for, it's for vandalism. 2. That's bad faith and bordering power abuse. 3. That's rude. 4. There was no discussion, he never replied, and he could have because in his contributions he was active on this Wiki. In fact, he did reply, but only to kick us out of his Wall and close the thread as quickly as possible to avoid being questioned or otherwise "bothered", at least that's what I assume, since he never gives anyone time to reply to most of what he says. Which just brings it back to his bad faith in the first place. There's honestly no point in trying to talk to Alex, or GrayWolf, they just close threads and pout. (And I say "pout" because when GrayWolf went onto one of my Wikis he started an edit war over the placement of character names and when I explained to him why it was listed the way it was was, all he said was, "fine, you win, obviously my edits aren't important!" instead of just explaining what he wanted and why. So yes, pouty.) I don't think most of the Admins here are very good, actually. SilverFlight is pretty cool from what I've seen, but the other's that I've talked to are pretty bad tbh :/ Just because you're an Admin or Mod on a big Wiki doesn't mean you're right. Chat Mods are even worse, but I don't go on Chat and therefore never talk to them. Agreed about the Mod thing, I'm the Founder of 2 Wikis, an Admin on 3 and a Rollback and Mod on (what I call, as it's the first Wiki I joined) my Home Wiki. I like to say I have quite a bit of experience by now and know what I'm talking about, and I'm much more choosy about what rights I would accept. I always keep good faith in the forefront, followed by the rules. I try not to block anyone, as blocking nowadays is used to shut someone up that you don't like. It's pretty much used so they "don't have to deal" with someone for a week or two. I don't like that, Wikis are communities, as an Admin you should lead and maintain a fun and friendly environment, not block everyone you disagree with or dislike and control everyone remaining. That's not a community, and that's not fun. Actually, a lot of the thread with the Mod I was talking about before, I was telling the Mod why they were being a bad Mod and they absolutely twisted it. It basically went like:

      OP: Asked something.

      Me: I didn't notice tbh.

      User: Answered perfectly.

      Mod: No, and you can't disagree with this.

      Me: Oh come on.

      User: But, if you actually read it, you'll see.

      Mod: No.

      Me: Oh come on! User gave perfect evidence that's already well established canon and everything!

      Mod: No. It can be their headcanon, but it isn't canon, period.

      Me: Da faq? It is canon, you didn't even give evidence to how it isn't! You're being unreasonable.

      Mod: No.

      Me: You're being a bad Mod then.

      Mod: K.

      Me: No seriously you're being a worse Mod by the literal second.

      Mod: My feelings are hurt now!

      Admin: Guys, stop.

      Me: I'll explain and stop.

      Mod: *Literally continues arguing and blatantly ignores the Admin*

      Me: OH MY GOD SHUT UP AND GET OVER IT.

      Then I informed the Admin that I stopped the thread and the Admin hasn't been on since, but I'm insisting that Mod still gets a talking to, because the whole thing they started was absolutely unneeded and annoying TnT The original question was already answered, there was literally no reason to argue with it. Besides, I'm the most active User without rights, and also the one with the most edits out of regular Users. That doesn't make me special, but it shows that I actually care about the topic and Wiki enough to edit more than literally anyone else (without rights). It's too bad that Mods and Admins are usually the most active Users as opposed to the most open minded and accurate Users, like you. It seems like most Wikis want people who are online constantly so they can block people quicker instead of Users that actually want to further discussions and better the Wiki. Tbch, I don't ever want my Wikis being like the Disney Wiki, Admin/Mod wise.

      Agreed, it can annoying too since they're quite big and everyone will agree with it and share it without actually thinking about it.

      Ariel is my second favourite official Disney Princess. Most of the complaints I see is that she's "stupid (signing her voice over without reading the contract), childish (falling in love with a man she just met and giving up her voice to be with him), immature (arguing with her father), selfish (skipping singing with her sister's at the beginning)", and "just gets what she wants in the end without learning or changing". I disagree, she was completely overwhelmed by Ursula and tricked. Yes, she should have been more careful and especially read the contract, but she was caught up in the moment and angry. Most people do stupid things when they're caught up in the moment and angry :/ And how was she to know Ursula would cheat, anyway? I suppose she should have been more wary of that, but that's just her own innocence and naivety. It's Disney, of course she's going to fall in love with him, but people forget that she fell in love with the human world, first. The majority of her famous song is about how curious she is about the human world and how many things she wants to experience and learn about. She wants to experience walking, dancing, jumping, wandering the streets while she basks in the warm sun. She wants to ask the humans about fire! It's a really cool detail considering the water must be cold. She even says, "and ready to know what the people know, ask 'em my questions and get some answers", she doesn't actually say anything about Eric, even if she's shown with the statue, if you just read the lyrics alone without ever seeing or knowing about the movie, you'd be like "wait, who's Eric?" She's collected all these things from the land and cares about so much more than "just getting a guy", she wasn't just sacrificing her voice for Eric, she was doing it for all the other human things she loves so much already, too. She's blown up this huge idea of what our world is like so much that she basically thinks it's the perfect place, which is why she assumes they would agree with her and not "reprimand their daughters" like her world does. And she doesn't disappoint, when she's on the land, she is excited, she goes to see everything, she touches everything (like the puppet), she looks at everything (like the horses legs), she wants to learn, and if she could have talked, she would have asked so much more. It always depresses me that we never got to see Ariel ask how fire works ToT I've seen people call her selfish for wanting more when she's a princess, but she is literally the perfect example of wanting what you can't have. She wants to be in a world that she simply wasn't born into, it's not her fault, it's not anybody's fault, but it's something she just can't change on her own. It's funny because I'm sure that if she were in Belle's place and Belle was in her's that they'd both be much happier XD Can you imagine how much Ariel would love Belle's village? Yeah, she's immature and naive and she should probably listen to her father, but he literally destroyed what she loves the most, why would she be willing and happy to listen to him? If he were an evil step parent like the Evil Queen or Cinderella's step mom people would probably agree with Ariel and root her on. I agree that she shouldn't have ditched her sisters, but she saw the boat with Eric as a huge opportunity that she couldn't miss for the world, or at least, her world. She loved the human world before seeing Eric and it was her first time seeing a human that close. She was absolutely amazed by their fireworks, something that she will never have under the water and may never see again. I don't think her ditching was that bad. It is a bit annoying that she doesn't listen to Sebastian, but she's just a kid, and she does change at the end. I'm not talking about the two second "Daddy, I'm sorry, I didn't know!", I'm talking about the fact that she was willing to go back home and never see Eric again at the end. She wasn't going to argue, she was going to be miserable for the rest of her life, and she was overjoyed when her father gave her legs again (not to MENTION that gorgeous dress :P XD). So yeah, she got her way in the end, but she definitely changed. And thank you :3

      Yeah, agreed, but I don't think the KH2 Ariel is as bad..^^; Agreed, I think they messed up the character's too, too much just to look "edgy and hip", anyways. Like, Cinderella doesn't act like herself at all. She seems so..angry and passive aggressive, tbch..Not to mention not even looking like herself. I didn't like that they simplified each character down to one thing that's happened to them. They just seemed kind of judgmental and I can't really imagine the Princesses having the attitude of Means Girl's, like "you can't sit with us!" the way they did...Idk, maybe it was just me. Rapunzel was definitely kidnapped/enslaved, one could say she wasn't because she had no knowledge of it as she was a baby, but they forget when Gothal literally chained her and stabbed Flynn at the end! So yeah, definitely kidnapped and with full knowledge and fighting at one point, but Belle? Nah, she literally leaves the castle at one point! And with everything you said, she may be technically a prisoner, but not enough to even be compared to what Rapunzel went through with the literal chains with Gothal. And agreed that Cinderella and Snow would have been a much better fit. I wish they would have brought up Mulan saving China when saying what classifies them as being Princesses T^T I mean, how cool and funny would it have been if they would have been like "magic hair? Magic hands? Animals talk to you? Poisoned? Cursed? Kidnapped or enslaved? Saved China?" XD Besides, I don't really like the whole idea, I feel like it's either going to turn out like the Lego Movie or the Emoji Movie and that kind of scares me ^n^;

      Yeah, I've seen that clip before! I didn't like it either because I can't imagine a single reason why she would make a deal like that again :/ I feel like they were trying to be like "yep, we KNOW she never changed in the end ;)" but..she..did..sooooo...:/

      Idk, I think Merida bothers me the most out of all the Princesses, Merida just looks so...I don't know, buggy eyed..? I don't know, it's just weird..:/

      Merida3D

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    • Also, sorry my replies are always so long, I just tend to write down all my thoughts into one comment, which is why I call them novels, being so long, and why I edit them so often. I just kind of go crazy with every scenario, plus I like to provide as much evidence as possible when I'm talking about something. I do it to everyone, sorry ^.^;

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  • Hey. I'm not sure if you remember, but a while back we had an argument about Ariel. Well, after recently rewatching TLM, I thought I'd let you know that I've got a lot more respect for Ariel. I still maintain that she was a little dumb, but her positives massively outweigh her flaws. I'm also proud to say that TLM is now one of my favourite Disney movies ever (I've bumped it up from my number 13 to the number 6 spot).

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    • Nice to hear. I always had a lot of respect for Ariel as a kid, mostly because like Ariel, I myself had to go through a LOT of challenges getting to where I am today thanks to my having autism, and also being rendered temporarily deaf. And BTW, you might want to consider watching the TV series as well, that also shows Ariel in a positive light.

      Hope you don't lose respect for Belle. I mean it, speaking as someone who DID end up having to lose a lot of respect for Belle thanks to some really bad stuff I had to go through in college, including nearly being brainwashed by leftist professors (one of whom was a radical feminist who actually had the gall to imply that women weren't even allowed to be literate at all until the 1960s, and this was despite the fact that my own grandma not only was well-read, but also was a fan of science fiction, which back then was considered something smart people read, before George Lucas and Gene Roddenberry released it to the masses), not to mention doing a lot of research and learning that the guys who formed education or at least remade it during the Enlightenment also were the same guys who inspired the French Revolutionaries to kill a lot of us Christians, not to mention the whole thing of how some intellectuals supported very bad men (case in point, how Jean-Paul Sartre ended up voicing support for the likes of Che Guevara and Mao Zedong despite their being even worse than Hitler). You can read up more on that here, which also includes a link to some audio lectures from that professor I alluded to. Belle wasn't exactly my number 1 princess (that title goes to Ariel), but when I was younger, she at least qualified as my number 2 Princess until about 2011, maybe 2012. I'm actually afraid of Belle right now, if I must be honest, afraid that after the movie or even Enchanted Christmas, she's going to read the likes of Voltaire, Diderot, Rousseau, and Sade, drink their Kool-aid, backstab Adam again (and this time, deliberately), have his castle blown to smithereens, and then proceed to go all Nibelheim on her own village just for the sake of the French Revolution and Reign of Terror. You know, it kind of makes me wish Disney didn't cut out the direct to video sequel line, because I'd kill to have a sequel for Beauty and the Beast that actually directly addresses the French Revolution as well as Belle's exact thoughts on the matter, whether she'd buy into it or not. As it is, though, I actually find the triplets more trustworthy than her right now, and I don't even like them all that much. I will say this much, though, she still has a chance at being redeemed, far moreso than the Rebel Alliance does (that ship for them has long since sailed after Lucas admitted they were based on the Vietcong, who were a Communist group who tried to outright exterminate Christians and other religious people simply for the fact that they exist, all to impose Marxism. I've even gone as far as to root for the Empire now, and I don't even root for villains generally, that's how badly I took the revelation.).

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    • Well if you are interested, the main goal it to get as many people to know about my campaign as possible, which has not been easy up to this point lol

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  • Have you saw the trailer of Wreck it Ralph 2 with the Disney Princesses?

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    • 21EvanED155508 wrote: You saying this because you wish that Disney would disown all the things they've acquired like, Your angry that they own, Pixar, Marvel, Lucasfilm and pretty soon Fox. 

      Your opinion is that Disney can't own anything

      Actually, no, I'm not saying that at all (heck, I actually like Pixar movies, and don't ordinarily mind that Disney owns Pixar. I even made clear that I actually wanted to see The Incredibles 2.). Heck, I actually loved the first Avengers movie and even liked Thor: Dark World as well, both of which were released by Disney. And as far as Lucasfilm, I actually liked Rogue One, which was made by Disney last I checked, and I wasn't particularly impressed with some of the other stuff Disney pushed out, so when I say I liked Rogue One, you definitely know that was one definite good Star Wars film made by Disney. Heck, I even had pretty high hopes for what Disney could do to the Star Wars franchise, even had high hopes for The Force Awakens when they announced it, but then my hopes were pretty much dashed when it turned out to just be a remake in all but name of A New Hope. So no, my boycott has NOTHING to do with whether I think they shouldn't "own" any companies. Even with Fox, I'm actually willing to consider it if it at least ensures that we get the fully uncut, unedited releases of the Original Trilogy of Star Wars (George Lucas has been rather notorious for not releasing the original versions of A New Hope, technically Star Wars, and since FOX has permanent dibs on that bit, I figured that would at least give a chance at a release).

      I don't mind Disney owning subsidiaries provided they actually do the brand justice. I certainly am not going to boycott Disney just because they own subsidiaries (otherwise, I would have boycotted Disney a LONG time ago). My problem is, when Disney made stupid mistakes, like the whole LeFou thing, the whole thing of kissing in Star vs. The Forces of Evil, Jemele's anti-Trump commentary and her getting just a slap on the wrist for it on ESPN, firing Roseanne Barr for hypocritical reasons, and all of that stuff, Disney needs to be punished. And I can't afford to just let their subsidiaries go, because paying them is the same as paying Disney. To put it another way: If it had been Warner Bros, Universal Pictures, Nintendo, or Time Turner in place of Disney and they made those mistakes, I'd boycott them and any subsidiaries they had just to make sure they got the message regardless.

      I mean, yeah, sure, there are a few times where I'm annoyed at how much they're acquiring things, but I wouldn't go as far as to boycott the company for it. Companies always gobble each other up. If they succeed, they got another company, if they fail, they either are absorbed or bankrupted. I always expect that. That's what is known as capitalism and free markets. My only real annoyance with the acquisitions is how it's actually affecting the quality of Disney itself in a bad way, not to mention a few times, like what is currently going on with Star Wars with the SJW problems of The Force Awakens, The Last Jedi, and Solo, what happens with its subsidiaries' quality of films as well.

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    • What you need to understand is, Merida is a Disney Princess because since Disney owns Pixar, Pixar is branded as Disney's properties, and every Pixar merch you see, it will always say, Disney Pixar,  but Disney also owns Lucasfilm and Marvel Studios but aren't branded as Disney properties because Disney is highly known as a family friendly company, and Disney probably will not except Star Wars and Marvel movies as their properties because their all rated PG-13. Disney will only accpet/make films that have ratings G or PG.

      This would also be the same for Anastasia, if the Fox Animation Studios, are branded as Disney's ownership, then she would able to be part of the lineup, but that's something Disney should discuss this with to Fox about this.

      Oh and Also Blue Sky Studios will soon be the sister studio to Disney and Pixar since it's owned by Fox as well.

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  • I just read that Comcast could gatecrash Disney's acquisition of 20th Century Fox, and there fighting crazy and Disney is still keeping Fox and Comcast is still trying to steal it from them. Do you think it would happen?

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    • Don't know. I already had mixed views on the Disney acquisition anyways (only reason I might support it is if it allows for the actual original theatrical release of A New Hope to be released without Lucas's edits).

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    • I doubt Comcast would beat Disney because they are a very big media company, 

      also I think Comcast wants to gatecrash Disney's acquisition of Fox because Comcast might think Disney is too big for the world and many other reasons

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