History CowboyBebopAtHisComputer / WebMedia

6th Oct '17 6:17:48 PM Malady
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* Referenced in the {{Bogleech}} [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Jojo's Bizarre Halloween]] reviews, when Bog lampshades the fact that he's about to review designs from a series he's never watched nor read.

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* Referenced in the {{Bogleech}} Website/{{Bogleech}} [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Jojo's Bizarre Halloween]] reviews, when Bog lampshades the fact that he's about to review designs from a series he's never watched nor read.



* Parodied in FanFic/JusticeSocietyOfJapan, specifically in the Omake story "Justice Substitutes of Japan". [[spoiler: The BigBad turns out to be an OC named "Cowboy Bebop", and he specifically notes that he is at his computer. He then gets shot in the head by [[Anime/CowboyBebop Spike]].]]

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* Parodied in FanFic/JusticeSocietyOfJapan, specifically in the Omake story "Justice Substitutes of Japan". [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The BigBad turns out to be an OC named "Cowboy Bebop", and he specifically notes that he is at his computer. He then gets shot in the head by [[Anime/CowboyBebop Spike]].]]
2nd Oct '17 10:48:02 AM captainspycrab
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* Referenced in the {{Bogleech}} [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Jojo's Bizarre Halloween]] reviews, when Bog lampshades the fact that he's about to review designs from a series he's never watched nor read.
-->I'm sure the main character, Jojo Bizarre At His Computer, would have wanted it that way.
10th Sep '17 5:04:12 PM Sammettik
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** In his review of [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame The Hunchback of Notre Dame II,]] he stated that Disney had been making DirectToVideo Sequels since the early 2000s. They've actually been making them since 1994, starting with [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Aladdin II:The Return of Jafar]].

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** In his review of [[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame ''[[Disney/TheHunchbackOfNotreDame The Hunchback of Notre Dame II,]] II]]'', he stated that Disney had been making DirectToVideo Sequels since the early 2000s. They've actually been making them since 1994, starting with [[Disney/{{Aladdin}} Aladdin II:The Return of Jafar]].''Disney/AladdinTheReturnOfJafar''.



** He also questions why the oil rigs in the beginning of [[WestenAnimation/{{Cars}} Cars 2]] have gas flares and thinks they're not supposed have them when in reality, they're supposed to have them to burn off natural gas.

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** He also questions why the oil rigs in the beginning of [[WestenAnimation/{{Cars}} Cars 2]] ''WesternAnimation/Cars2 have gas flares and thinks they're not supposed have them when in reality, they're supposed to have them to burn off natural gas.



** In his [[http://vimeo.com/87530500 "Top 11 Worst Episodes Reviewed"]] video, he mentions that Mr. Krabs has fired Squidward and SpongeBob before, in "Can You Spare a Dime" and "Welcome to the Chum Bucket," respectively. However, neither scenario happened; Squidward quit after being accused of stealing by Krabs (though it was likely that Krabs would fire him anyway), and SpongeBob was forced to work at the Chum Bucket after Krabs bet SB's contract and lost it to Plankton (though Spongebob was fired before in episodes such as Karate Choppers and Squid on Strike).

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** In his [[http://vimeo.com/87530500 "Top 11 Worst Episodes Reviewed"]] video, he mentions that Mr. Krabs has fired Squidward and SpongeBob before, in "Can You Spare a Dime" and "Welcome to the Chum Bucket," respectively. However, neither scenario happened; Squidward quit after being accused of stealing by Krabs (though it was likely that Krabs would fire him anyway), and SpongeBob was forced to work at the Chum Bucket after Krabs bet SB's contract and lost it to Plankton (though Spongebob [=Spongebob=] was fired before in episodes such as Karate Choppers and Squid on Strike).



** In his review of the WesternAnimation/MyLifeMe episode "The Pom Pom Girl", he claims that when people get angry in {{anime}}, the CrossPoppingVeins go on the side of the head, never the fist. Actually, it's very common in anime to have that. It represents someone having the urge to punch something or just plain getting angry.

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** In his review of the WesternAnimation/MyLifeMe ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeMe'' episode "The Pom Pom Girl", he claims that when people get angry in {{anime}}, the CrossPoppingVeins go on the side of the head, never the fist. Actually, it's very common in anime to have that. It represents someone having the urge to punch something or just plain getting angry.
6th Sep '17 4:18:54 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'''s EncyclopediaExposita includes [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=196 a language tree]] that has gone viral. However, proper context is rarely given, with the most frequent mistake being claiming that it shows how ''all'' languages are related. In reality, the purpose for which it was created result in it showing only two larger language families and not including languages from those families with too few speakers. Even when the illustration is mentioned to have been made for a webcomic, it's rarely specified that it's an AfterTheEnd story subject to HitSoHardTheCalendarFeltIt, which means that the year 0 mentioned on the image is ''not'' year 0 A.D., which it can quite easily get mistaken for. The comic is also set in the Nordic countries (with the human population of the rest of the planet quite possibly wiped out), which accounts for the bias towards the Nordic languages.

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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'''s EncyclopediaExposita includes [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=196 a language tree]] that has gone viral. However, proper context is rarely given, with the most frequent mistake being claiming that it shows how ''all'' languages are related. In reality, the purpose for which it was created result results in it showing only two larger language families and not including languages from those families with too few speakers. Even when the illustration is mentioned to have been made for a webcomic, it's rarely specified that it's an AfterTheEnd story subject to HitSoHardTheCalendarFeltIt, which means that the year 0 mentioned on the image is ''not'' year 0 A.D., which it can quite easily get mistaken for. The comic is also set in the Nordic countries (with the human population of the rest of the planet quite possibly wiped out), which accounts for the bias towards focus on the Nordic languages.
5th Sep '17 12:25:51 AM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'''s EncyclopediaExposita includes [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=196 a language tree]] that has gone viral. However, proper context is rarely given, with the most frequent mistake being claiming that it shows how ''all'' languages are related, when in reality the purpose for which it was created result in it showing only two larger language families. Even when it's mentioned to have been made for a webcomic, it's rarely specified that it's an AfterTheEnd story subject to HitSoHardTheCalendarFeltIt, which means that the year 0 mentioned on the image is ''not'' year 0 A.D. The comic is also set in the Nordic countries (with the human population of the rest of the planet quite possibly wiped out), which accounts for the apparent bias towards the Nordic languages.

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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'''s EncyclopediaExposita includes [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=196 a language tree]] that has gone viral. However, proper context is rarely given, with the most frequent mistake being claiming that it shows how ''all'' languages are related, when in reality related. In reality, the purpose for which it was created result in it showing only two larger language families. families and not including languages from those families with too few speakers. Even when it's the illustration is mentioned to have been made for a webcomic, it's rarely specified that it's an AfterTheEnd story subject to HitSoHardTheCalendarFeltIt, which means that the year 0 mentioned on the image is ''not'' year 0 A.D. , which it can quite easily get mistaken for. The comic is also set in the Nordic countries (with the human population of the rest of the planet quite possibly wiped out), which accounts for the apparent bias towards the Nordic languages.
4th Sep '17 11:55:08 PM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'''s EncyclopediaExposita includes [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=196 a language tree]] that has gone viral. However, proper context is rarely given, with the most frequent mistake being claiming that it shows how ''all'' languages are related, when in reality the purpose for which it was created result in it showing only two larger language families. Even when it's mentioned to have been made for a webcomic, it's rarely specified that it's an AfterTheEnd story subject to HitSoHardTheCalendarFeltIt, which means that the year 0 mentioned on the image is ''not'' year 0 A.D. The comic is also set in the Nordic countries (with the human population of the rest of the planet quite possibly wiped out), which accounts for the apparent bias towards the Nordic languages.
31st Aug '17 12:22:45 AM PaulA
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* Headline on AOL's welcome page: "Actor, 87, Suffers Stroke." The "actor": ElmoreLeonard. OK, he's appeared in a few documentaries, but he's NEVER been an actor. Since it was a link to an article on the Moviefone website, obviously someone just figured "Moviefone article=actors & actresses."

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* Headline on AOL's welcome page: "Actor, 87, Suffers Stroke." The "actor": ElmoreLeonard.Creator/ElmoreLeonard. OK, he's appeared in a few documentaries, but he's NEVER been an actor. Since it was a link to an article on the Moviefone website, obviously someone just figured "Moviefone article=actors & actresses."
27th Aug '17 9:22:54 AM MikeK
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* Everyone Is Gay, a youtube channel dedicated to discussing LGBTQ issues (and sexuality in general), has recurring episodes that alternate segments where hosts Dannielle and Kristin answer viewers' advice with clips of them lip-syncing to popular songs. [[https://youtu.be/oJIPjsuOmHw?list=PL8XYmlvGM6lL2ukiccd2-xxi7ZSkhwhOe "Being Awkward + Sex Before Marriage"]] is one such episode, and includes the disclaimer "we have no rights to any music but you should check out Little Talks... Because they rule". Except "Little Talks" is the name of the song they were lip-syncing, performed by the band Of Monsters and Men. The caption on the video itself was left unaltered, but the video description currently reads "We have no rights to any music, but you should totally check out (Of Monsters and Men who sing the song) Little Talks"

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* Everyone Is Gay, a youtube channel dedicated to discussing LGBTQ issues (and sexuality in general), has recurring episodes "advice episodes" that alternate segments where hosts Dannielle and Kristin answer viewers' advice questions with clips of them lip-syncing to popular songs. [[https://youtu.be/oJIPjsuOmHw?list=PL8XYmlvGM6lL2ukiccd2-xxi7ZSkhwhOe "Being Awkward + Sex Before Marriage"]] is one such episode, and includes the disclaimer "we have no rights to any music but you should check out Little Talks... Because they rule". Except "Little Talks" is the name of the song they were lip-syncing, performed by the band Of Monsters and Men. The caption on the video itself was left unaltered, but the video description currently reads "We have no rights to any music, but you should totally check out (Of Monsters and Men who sing the song) Little Talks"
27th Aug '17 9:20:38 AM MikeK
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* Everyone Is Gay, a youtube channel dedicated to discussing LGBTQ issues (and sexuality in general), has recurring episodes that alternate segments where hosts Dannielle and Kristin answer viewers' advice with clips of them lip-syncing to popular songs. [[https://youtu.be/oJIPjsuOmHw?list=PL8XYmlvGM6lL2ukiccd2-xxi7ZSkhwhOe "Being Awkward + Sex Before Marriage"]] is one such episode, and includes the disclaimer "we have no rights to any music but you should check out Little Talks... Because they rule". Except "Little Talks" is the name of the song they were lip-syncing, performed by the band Of Monsters and Men. The caption on the video itself was left unaltered, but the video description currently reads "We have no rights to any music, but you should totally check out (Of Monsters and Men who sing the song) Little Talks"
8th Aug '17 5:18:28 AM PowerfulLewpster
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* In his review of the "[[WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie Benny’s Spaceship, Spaceship, SPACESHIP!]]" Lego set, WebVideo/StuartAshen refers to some "[[https://youtu.be/ape1ZUtgyhY?t=3m35s weird little sets of three sirens]]” near the back of the ship. Anyone who is a fan of rocket ships will tell you that those are actually [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/gvyNFOHsl-E/hqdefault.jpg RCS thrusters]], which control the trajectory of the ship.
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