> DarkFact wrote:
>> theJaw wrote:
>> You seem to
>> have turned this into some sort of right/wrong battle, I'd like to know what I'm
>> "wrong" about.
> Alrighty, after this one, I'm done. You legit called me "wrong" or "not right" multiple
> times. Again, scroll up. Read your literal own posts. See below. Your entire stance
> was based off me being "not right" or "not knowing" what you WANT to believe I don't
> know. I've since offered quite a bit of information regarding this story to help
> you understand my opinion on this WB executive and the situation he's gotten his
> business into. You simply refuse that and continue saying nonsensical crap about
> Batgirl because you think your sorta witty jabs make you come off superior in an
> internet conversation. You'e not superior, and you are wrong. Your shtick is tiring
> at this point, and you've far proven that you THINK this backlash is all about one
> thing and have completely missed (or have avoided the fact that) it's about something
> else entirely. But keep pretending you have any idea whether or not Batgirl is a
> good movie, or whether or not you'd even be capable of a subjective opinion after
> all your salty whining.
> DarkFact wrote:
>> DarkFact wrote:
>> |>>You're still wrong
>> LOOK, I SAID IT BUT LIKE, IT WAS A JOKE, reference the emoji with the tongue out!
> You acknowledging this does not negate it happening lol. You didn't say this as a
> joke. Anyone reading this thread knows this already, whether they'll admit it or
> not, and I'm not entirely sure why you're still here trying to convince yourself.
> Own up to your insinuations if you're going to make them or just take a seat already.
> You're wrong because your approach to the conversation isn't genuine. You've projected
> what you thought I was talking about onto what I was actually talking about numerous
> times, and continued to do that toward the entire situation after being challenged
> about it. You consistently let what you mistakenly thought my (and maybe other folks')
> point was by immediately honing in on, and staying focused on, Batgirl because that's
> at the forefront of every discussion regarding this situation. (I mean it is, you
> know, a near complete $90 million movie that a studio just randomly decided to scrap
> despite.... well, you've surely read the thread by now). You've then continued to
> just harp on that ONE element as if I, or anybody else discussing this situation,
> are actually JUST criticizing the Batgirl decision, or whether it's good, or whether
> it tested well, or whether it was cancelled over your own projected political biases...
> SOLELY because you can't (or choose not to) understand that the backlash is due to
> an executive being called out for his awful track record and a decidedly terrible
> decision that MOST (outside of GTZ) believe will likely be more detrimental to WB's
> financials and reputation than not.
> When the majority of folks in the know think a dude is completely full of crap, they
> question his decisions when they don't make sense. I'm not surprised you wouldn't
> do such a thing, but still find it to be goon behavior that you'd just straight up
> make excuses. Par the course.
100% as based in fact as me being wrong. Now we're wrong together, bro. High five
Also you're wrong about me saying you were wrong; I said there was a good chance you were wrong once, and in the same post I said you were wrong in a mocking tone at the end. I read my own posts. So enjoy being wrong again. And if I'm wrong about discussing something you don't want to discuss about this particular topic because it doesn't fit your narrative, then baby, I'm cool with it. Wrong for life.