History Creator / BobChipman

12th Mar '17 8:53:03 PM MotiveFan
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Given recent tweets expressing a... let's just be generous and say [[{{Understatement}} "disdain"]] for Republican voters in the wake of the 2016 election, have led many to theorize that Bob has some sort of mental/emotional problem.
10th Mar '17 10:19:04 AM BadSplice
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Given recent tweets expressing a... let's just be generous and say [[{{Understatement}} "disdain"]] for Republican voters in the wake of the 2016 election, have led many to theorize that Bob has some sort of mental/emotional problem.
8th Mar '17 4:14:28 PM nombretomado
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** He opens his review of ''Jennifer's Body'' with a two-minute rant about how much MeganFox sucks as an actress and is completely boring and generic even as a sex symbol.

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** He opens his review of ''Jennifer's Body'' with a two-minute rant about how much MeganFox Creator/MeganFox sucks as an actress and is completely boring and generic even as a sex symbol.
4th Mar '17 4:20:53 PM StFan
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** The word "but" will show a picture of [[SoulSeries Ivy's]] ass, the word "thing" will be a picture of [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]], {{God}} will show a picture of Shigeru Miyamoto, among others.

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** The word "but" will show a picture of [[SoulSeries [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Ivy's]] ass, the word "thing" will be a picture of [[ComicBook/FantasticFour The Thing]], {{God}} will show a picture of Shigeru Miyamoto, among others.
3rd Mar '17 10:31:29 AM HighCrate
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* BiasSteamroller: Bob once infamously stated that he preferred ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', one of the most controversial games in the venerable ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' series and often considered a FranchiseKiller, to the beloved and universally-acclaimed ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' '''entirely''' on the basis that the ''Prime'' games were {{First Person Shooter}}s, and thus automatically, and this is a direct quote, "creatively bankrupt."

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* BiasSteamroller: Bob once infamously stated that he preferred ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', one of the most controversial games in the venerable ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' series and often considered a FranchiseKiller, to the beloved and universally-acclaimed ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' '''entirely''' ''entirely'' on the basis that the ''Prime'' games were {{First Person Shooter}}s, and thus automatically, and this is a direct quote, "creatively bankrupt."
28th Feb '17 12:18:45 PM HighCrate
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* BiasSteamroller:
** He has become notorious for the fact that his intense opposition to politically-incorrect, unfriendly, and "macho" members of the "hardcore" gaming and nerd community, noble in and of itself, bleeds into hating anything he thinks they like, hence the list under AcceptableTargets.
** Bob once infamously stated that he preferred ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', one of the most controversial games in the venerable ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' series and often considered a FranchiseKiller, to the beloved and universally-acclaimed ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' '''entirely''' on the basis that the ''Prime'' games were {{First Person Shooter}}s, and thus automatically, and this is a direct quote, "creatively bankrupt."
** Furthermore, his intense antipathy towards the "Retake ''VideoGame/MassEffect''" movement, which went on for more than a month of him being unable to make any videos about ''anything'' without spending a bit of time ranting about it, was heavily rooted in his low opinion of the morals and intellectual capacity of the gaming community, and his horror at the idea of what in his mind were a bunch of AcceptableTargets degrading UsefulNotes/TheAuteurTheory as applied to video games. Notably, he maintained throughout the controversy that he didn't see why his complete ignorance of the source material should prevent him from having an opinion about it and regularly dismissed the idea that a "player-driven narrative" could have any artistic value. Another direct quote: "No one ever won a Pulitzer for a f@#$ing 'Choose Your Own Adventure' novel!"
** He's become more and more notable for having a very, very strong leaning towards the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, while having an even stronger leaning ''against'' any comic book films not made within that franchise post ''Film/IronMan''.

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* BiasSteamroller:
** He has become notorious for the fact that his intense opposition to politically-incorrect, unfriendly, and "macho" members of the "hardcore" gaming and nerd community, noble in and of itself, bleeds into hating anything he thinks they like, hence the list under AcceptableTargets.
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BiasSteamroller: Bob once infamously stated that he preferred ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', one of the most controversial games in the venerable ''VideoGame/{{Metroid}}'' series and often considered a FranchiseKiller, to the beloved and universally-acclaimed ''VideoGame/MetroidPrimeTrilogy'' '''entirely''' on the basis that the ''Prime'' games were {{First Person Shooter}}s, and thus automatically, and this is a direct quote, "creatively bankrupt."
** Furthermore, his intense antipathy towards the "Retake ''VideoGame/MassEffect''" movement, which went on for more than a month of him being unable to make any videos about ''anything'' without spending a bit of time ranting about it, was heavily rooted in his low opinion of the morals and intellectual capacity of the gaming community, and his horror at the idea of what in his mind were a bunch of AcceptableTargets degrading UsefulNotes/TheAuteurTheory as applied to video games. Notably, he maintained throughout the controversy that he didn't see why his complete ignorance of the source material should prevent him from having an opinion about it and regularly dismissed the idea that a "player-driven narrative" could have any artistic value. Another direct quote: "No one ever won a Pulitzer for a f@#$ing 'Choose Your Own Adventure' novel!"
** He's become more and more notable for having a very, very strong leaning towards the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, while having an even stronger leaning ''against'' any comic book films not made within that franchise post ''Film/IronMan''.
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** Unfortunately, as shown under AuthorFillibuster and BiasSteamroller, Bob himself tends to take "PC" to a dangerous level, particularly in letting it bleed into his dislike of anything he "believes" they like.
4th Feb '17 2:52:57 PM Prometheus117
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** In Episode 95 specifically, Anti-Thinker's initial look and set up makes fun of the internet reviewer ''[[http://www.youtube.com/user/xRazorFistX The Rageholic]]'', right down to the logo, the set, and the black-and-white look. The only thing missing is the long hair, which Antithinker lampshades:

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** In Episode 95 specifically, Anti-Thinker's initial look and set up makes fun of the internet reviewer ''[[http://www.youtube.com/user/xRazorFistX The Rageholic]]'', right down to the logo, the set, and the black-and-white look. The only thing missing is the long hair, which Antithinker lampshades:lampshades. This may have backfired on him, however, as ''WebVideo/TheRageaholic'' himself [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e5s_XMJbWG0 was not impressed in the slightest]].
2nd Jan '17 4:14:34 PM Prometheus117
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** Unfortunately, as shown under AuthorFillibuster and BiasSteamroller, Bob himself tends to take "PC" to a dangerous level, particularly in letting it bleed into his dislike of anything he "believes" they like.
30th Dec '16 8:47:29 PM nombretomado
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* MurderSimulators: Like most gamers, he rejects the idea that violent video games (and, by extension, other media) are responsible for violent actions, noting that ''DuckHunt'' and ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}'' didn't contribute much to violence. If anything, he thinks it's the other way around, and that the reason why so many modern games are so violent and fixated on shooting things is because they come from an American culture in which guns, masculinity, and rugged individualism factor heavily into the national mythos, and that it's this culture that is more to blame for America's rampant gun violence.

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* MurderSimulators: Like most gamers, he rejects the idea that violent video games (and, by extension, other media) are responsible for violent actions, noting that ''DuckHunt'' ''VideoGame/DuckHunt'' and ''VideoGame/{{Splatterhouse}}'' didn't contribute much to violence. If anything, he thinks it's the other way around, and that the reason why so many modern games are so violent and fixated on shooting things is because they come from an American culture in which guns, masculinity, and rugged individualism factor heavily into the national mythos, and that it's this culture that is more to blame for America's rampant gun violence.
12th Dec '16 10:00:30 PM UrthWyrm
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