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31st Dec '16 2:38:06 PM PrivateerMan
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* PrivateerMan: A few years ago, a company called Mixamo released a program called Fuse via Steam, with a pretty big price tag. This program could be used to create unique character models in a variety of styles, and while some clothing options were slightly limited, the program was useful for everyone who wanted to easily create 3D characters for other animation programs like Source Filmmaker, Garry's Mod, Unreal Engine 4, and the like. Around 2014, Mixamo is purchased by Adobe, who makes Fuse free, and allows a preview version to be downloaded as part of their Creative Cloud service. Many people who purchased the program beforehand were angry, since they basically wasted money, but the change was mostly accepted, because the program was more accessible to people with a low budget, even though Adobe's support for the Steam version was essentially axed. Come December 15th, 2016, Mixamo announces that they have cut out the exporting options for Source Filmmaker, Garry's Mod, Dota 2, and Unreal Engine 4, with a very poorly explained and weak reason, and wasting the time of anyone who didn't already make all their needed assets for their projects, since they cannot go on except to use a program like Blender and perform a long, tedious and frankly painful process of conversion. The worst thing is, this update came completely without warning, and when it did, nobody was notified of it occurring, so people found out only when they logged into their Mixamo accounts and found that their hard work creating well-made characters for use in SFM was now completely wasted. It's little surprise why 95% of all Steam reviews for Fuse are now negative, including this Troper's. However, due to a lack of popularity or viral marketing for Fuse, it's unlikely that the protests of the outraged users will get even noticed by anyone, leaving Fuse, a program with a lot of potential to do excellent things, completely unusable for a large amount of it's userbase.
24th Nov '16 11:48:10 AM bobg
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* Bobg: After GaryColeman's death, numerous AvenueQ productions have had his character die at the end. That's in really bad taste, and it shows a lack of respect for the dead.
15th Nov '16 11:41:39 AM PhantomDusclops92
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* After GaryColeman's death, numerous AvenueQ productions have had his character die at the end. That's in really bad taste, and it shows a lack of respect for the dead.
27th Sep '16 1:01:56 AM bobg
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27th Sep '16 1:01:19 AM bobg
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* After GaryColeman's death, numerous AvenueQ productions have had his character die at the end. That's in really bad taste, and it shows a lack of respect for the dead.
22nd Sep '16 5:43:13 PM nombretomado
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* kablammin45: ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' is a great series, though this troper was left shaking his head at the episode "A Glass Darkly". Poor Trent Dewhite is unable to catch a break from his teacher Dr. Hawthorne, who goes from just an overly strict teacher to a borderline SadistTeacher. First off, TheBully Rodney Rathbone starts a food fight in the cafeteria that everyone gets involved in (except Trent), then the teacher comes in, [[CantGetAwayWithNuthin and lays all the blame on Trent]] (with the exception of Rodney, possibly) just because he was holding freakin jello that had gotten in his hair! That's not all, though, Trent gets detention, and Dr. Hawthorne won't even let Trent off when Trent explains that he has a very important meeting to get to. Any normal, sane teacher would at least lessen the severity of the punishment if that happens, but noooooo. Then when Rodney later tries to turn loose a bunch of bees in the teacher's car (which he's revealed to be allergic too later), Trent tries to get rid of them, then the teacher comes and [[DeusAngstMachina blames Trent again]], extending Trent's punishment even further. At the end comes a ShootTheShaggyDog, where Trent finally manages to call the people he was meeting with, but then they won't let [[TheWoobie Trent]] in because of him getting in trouble. To be fair though, Trent learns to believe something good can come out of something bad, which lessens the blow a little, but Dr. Hawthorne was still unbelievably harsh.

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* kablammin45: ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' ''Radio/AdventuresInOdyssey'' is a great series, though this troper was left shaking his head at the episode "A Glass Darkly". Poor Trent Dewhite is unable to catch a break from his teacher Dr. Hawthorne, who goes from just an overly strict teacher to a borderline SadistTeacher. First off, TheBully Rodney Rathbone starts a food fight in the cafeteria that everyone gets involved in (except Trent), then the teacher comes in, [[CantGetAwayWithNuthin and lays all the blame on Trent]] (with the exception of Rodney, possibly) just because he was holding freakin jello that had gotten in his hair! That's not all, though, Trent gets detention, and Dr. Hawthorne won't even let Trent off when Trent explains that he has a very important meeting to get to. Any normal, sane teacher would at least lessen the severity of the punishment if that happens, but noooooo. Then when Rodney later tries to turn loose a bunch of bees in the teacher's car (which he's revealed to be allergic too later), Trent tries to get rid of them, then the teacher comes and [[DeusAngstMachina blames Trent again]], extending Trent's punishment even further. At the end comes a ShootTheShaggyDog, where Trent finally manages to call the people he was meeting with, but then they won't let [[TheWoobie Trent]] in because of him getting in trouble. To be fair though, Trent learns to believe something good can come out of something bad, which lessens the blow a little, but Dr. Hawthorne was still unbelievably harsh.
15th Jun '16 9:36:55 AM Berrenta
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26th Jan '16 5:06:10 PM DoctorCooper
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* No ALLCAPS, no '''bold''', and no ''italics'' unless it's the title of a work. We are not yelling the [=DMoSs=] out loud.

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* No ALLCAPS, no '''bold''', and no ''italics'' unless it's the title of a work. We are not yelling the [=DMoSs=] out loud. [[noreallife]]
27th Dec '15 3:09:58 PM Willbyr
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* kablammin45: ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' is a great series, though this troper was left shaking his head at the episode "A Glass Darkly". Poor Trent Dewhite is unable to catch a break from his teacher Dr. Hawthorne, who goes from just an overly strict teacher to a borderline SadistTeacher. First off, TheBully Rodney Rathbone starts a food fight in the cafeteria that everyone gets involved in (except Trent), then the teacher comes in, [[CantGetAwayWithNuthin and lays all the blame on Trent]] (with the exception of Rodney, possibly) just because he was holding freakin jello that had gotten in his hair! That's not all, though, Trent gets detention, and Dr. Hawthorne won't even let Trent off when Trent explains that he has a very important meeting to get to. Any normal, sane teacher would at least lessen the severity of the punishment if that happens, but noooooo. Then when Rodney later tries to turn loose a bunch of bees in the teacher's car (which he's revealed to be allergic too later), Trent tries to get rid of them, then the teacher comes and [[DeusAngstMachina blames Trent again]], extending Trent's punishment even further. At the end comes a ShootTheShaggyDog, where Trent finally manages to call the people he was meeting with, but then they won't let [[TheWoobie Trent]] in because of him getting in trouble. To be fair though, Trent learns to believe something good can come out of something bad, which lessens the blow a little, but Dr. Hawthorne was still [[DarthWiki/WallBanger unbelievably]] harsh.

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* kablammin45: ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' is a great series, though this troper was left shaking his head at the episode "A Glass Darkly". Poor Trent Dewhite is unable to catch a break from his teacher Dr. Hawthorne, who goes from just an overly strict teacher to a borderline SadistTeacher. First off, TheBully Rodney Rathbone starts a food fight in the cafeteria that everyone gets involved in (except Trent), then the teacher comes in, [[CantGetAwayWithNuthin and lays all the blame on Trent]] (with the exception of Rodney, possibly) just because he was holding freakin jello that had gotten in his hair! That's not all, though, Trent gets detention, and Dr. Hawthorne won't even let Trent off when Trent explains that he has a very important meeting to get to. Any normal, sane teacher would at least lessen the severity of the punishment if that happens, but noooooo. Then when Rodney later tries to turn loose a bunch of bees in the teacher's car (which he's revealed to be allergic too later), Trent tries to get rid of them, then the teacher comes and [[DeusAngstMachina blames Trent again]], extending Trent's punishment even further. At the end comes a ShootTheShaggyDog, where Trent finally manages to call the people he was meeting with, but then they won't let [[TheWoobie Trent]] in because of him getting in trouble. To be fair though, Trent learns to believe something good can come out of something bad, which lessens the blow a little, but Dr. Hawthorne was still [[DarthWiki/WallBanger unbelievably]] unbelievably harsh.
1st Sep '15 6:57:02 PM Uttergenius
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** Uttergenius - In "Share and Share Alike", [[VignetteEpisode Connie and Jack share three stories about the importance of sharing]]. The stories about Roy and Daniel are really well done; Roy's story is funny, Daniel's story is heartwarming, and both are thought-provoking. The Jane story, on the other hand, is so needlessly cruel. Jane refuses to take her younger sister to Whit's End, and as a result, [[TookALevelInJerkass pretty much everybody important in her life refuses to share anything with her. Including her own family!]] She didn't get any breakfast because she wasn't fast enough, and she couldn't get anything to eat at school, either. The story is trying to [[PlayedForLaughs play her suffering for laughs]], but [[DisproportionateRetribution since she didn't do enough to deserve it]], [DudeNotFunny it's not funny]], and it makes the story frustrating to listen to. "Share and Share Alike" is far from the worst episode of the series, but this, I can say for certain, is the worst plot of the series, and I always skip over it whenever I decide to relisten to this episode.

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** Uttergenius - In "Share and Share Alike", [[VignetteEpisode Connie and Jack share three stories about the importance of sharing]]. The stories about Roy and Daniel are really well done; Roy's story is funny, Daniel's story is heartwarming, and both are thought-provoking. The Jane story, on the other hand, is so needlessly cruel. Jane refuses to take her younger sister to Whit's End, and as a result, [[TookALevelInJerkass pretty much everybody important in her life refuses to share anything with her. Including her own family!]] She didn't get any breakfast because she wasn't fast enough, and she couldn't get anything to eat at school, either. The story is trying to [[PlayedForLaughs play her suffering for laughs]], but [[DisproportionateRetribution since she didn't do enough to deserve it]], [DudeNotFunny [[DudeNotFunny it's not funny]], and it makes the story frustrating to listen to. "Share and Share Alike" is far from the worst episode of the series, but this, I can say for certain, is the worst plot of the series, and I always skip over it whenever I decide to relisten to this episode.
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