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30th Nov '16 9:25:55 PM kokoroanime
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* Many fans of ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' blamed Dreamworks for the new designs introduced in ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTalesInTheHouse''. It was actually Big Idea's discussion to change the characters' designs since the original was based on the old animation software from the 90s.

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* Many fans of ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' blamed Dreamworks for the new designs introduced in ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTalesInTheHouse''. It was actually Big Idea's discussion decision to change the characters' designs since the original was based on the old animation software from the 90s.
30th Nov '16 9:25:11 PM kokoroanime
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* Many fans of ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales'' blamed Dreamworks for the new designs introduced in ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTalesInTheHouse''. It was actually Big Idea's discussion to change the characters' designs since the original was based on the old animation software from the 90s.
28th Nov '16 12:37:08 PM SkylaNoivern
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* The drag and drop animations site ''Website/{{GoAnimate}}'' removed several text-to-speech voices (from sites such as Ivona, Oddcast and [=VoiceForge=]) in early 2016. Most of the non-ironic fanbase, who were already mad at site founder Alvin Hung for trying to turn the site into a business-only site and removing most social features, [[FelonyMisdemeanor took this as a second attack against them]] and proceeded to blame Alvin Hung for being "greedy". Truth is, however, most of the voices had expired licenses (and on top of that, mostly outdated) and Hung decided not to renew them.
24th Nov '16 10:09:02 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* A good part of the misogyny accusations against Axl Rose of Music/GunsNRoses fame, if not from the lyrics to plenty of its songs, comes from what went on between him and his wife Erin Everly, who were married for just less than a year in 1990. Whatever it was, Erin was more to blame than Axl was. As an anonymous source said to People Magazine in 1994, "Erin portrays herself as a victim and him as the evil aggressor. From what I witnessed, she was the aggressor."

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* A good part of the misogyny accusations against Axl Rose of Music/GunsNRoses fame, if not from the lyrics to plenty of its songs, comes from what went on between him and his wife Erin Everly, who were married for just less than a year in 1990. Whatever it was, Erin was more to blame than Axl was. As an anonymous source said to People Magazine in 1994, "Erin portrays herself as a victim and him as the evil aggressor. From what I witnessed, she was the aggressor."" Also, Tom Zutaut, GNR's longtime producer, confronted her over her deliberately provoking Rose into angry and violent confrontations at one point.
-->'''Tom Zutaut''': A lot of kids canít help repeating what they grew up with. But we have to try and learn from our parents and do better. Iím not gonna sit here and have you blame everything on Axl anymore, because the truth is that if you wanted to get out of this cycle, you could. But it requires you to leave him or it requires you to stop blaming him. I mean, you guys need to go into therapy or something.
24th Nov '16 9:53:48 AM ryanasaurus0077
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* A good part of the misogyny accusations against Axl Rose of Music/GunsNRoses fame, if not from the lyrics to plenty of its songs, comes from what went on between him and his wife Erin Everly, who were married for just less than a year in 1990. Whatever it was, Erin was more to blame than Axl was. As an anonymous source said to People Magazine in 1994, "Erin portrays herself as a victim and him as the evil aggressor. From what I witnessed, she was the aggressor."
24th Nov '16 5:33:07 AM ShadowFighter88
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** King George III of England in the USA, both historically and today. Although he was opposed to the idea of American independence, many of the grievances listed against him in the Declaration of Independence were actually the fault of individual government ministers in successive governments. Similarly, comparatively, he was rather moderate for a European monarch of the time. However, "Down with the tyrant George"" is easier to chant than "down with various ministers and the institutional ignorance and indifference to colonial concerns within successive British administrations!" Similarly, the nature of the British constitution would have made it hard for him to intervene anyway. He certainly had flaws in his foreign, colonial, and domestic conduct, but he was less of an EvilOverlord and more of an ineffectual figurehead. Then again, the colonists placing the blame on Parliament would have been a ''de facto'' recognition that Westminster had the power to govern them without their representation.

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** * King George III of England in the USA, both historically and today. Although he was opposed to the idea of American independence, many of the grievances listed against him in the Declaration of Independence were actually the fault of individual government ministers in successive governments. Similarly, comparatively, he was rather moderate for a European monarch of the time. However, "Down with the tyrant George"" is easier to chant than "down with various ministers and the institutional ignorance and indifference to colonial concerns within successive British administrations!" Similarly, the nature of the British constitution would have made it hard for him to intervene anyway. He certainly had flaws in his foreign, colonial, and domestic conduct, but he was less of an EvilOverlord and more of an ineffectual figurehead. Then again, the colonists placing the blame on Parliament would have been a ''de facto'' recognition that Westminster had the power to govern them without their representation.
21st Nov '16 11:04:38 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* The same complaints were alleged at Burton's adaptation of ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''. Most of the complaints were, in fact, not departures from the original book, but actually more faithful to the book than the last movie was. The "changed" lyrics to the Oompa Loompas' musical numbers, for example, are directly lifted from lyrics in the book. One [[http://www.flickfilosopher.com/blog/2005/07/charlie_and_the_chocolate_fact.html prominent film critic]] complained that the Burton adaptation chickened out by showing that the bad children survived their ordeals, where the 70s film had stayed "faithful" -- but the Burton film was actually being faithful to an identical scene in the book. The only drastic change to the film came towards the end with the subplot about Wonka's father, which is all Burton. The bad kids survived in the 70's movie, too, but a lot of people including that film critic apparently missed that phrase.

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* The same complaints were alleged at Burton's adaptation of ''Literature/CharlieAndTheChocolateFactory''. Most of the complaints were, in fact, not departures from the original book, but actually more faithful to the book than the last movie was. The "changed" lyrics to the Oompa Loompas' musical numbers, for example, are directly lifted from lyrics in the book. One [[http://www.flickfilosopher.com/blog/2005/07/charlie_and_the_chocolate_fact.html prominent film critic]] complained that the Burton adaptation chickened out by showing that the bad children survived their ordeals, where the 70s film had stayed "faithful" -- but the Burton film was actually being faithful to an identical scene in the book. The only drastic change to the film came towards the end with the subplot about Wonka's father, which is all Burton. The bad kids survived in the 70's movie, too, but a lot of people people, including that film critic critic, apparently missed that phrase.the line explaining it.
18th Nov '16 9:49:31 PM Anicomicgeek
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* Whenever writers touch upon Jason Todd's death in ''ComicBook/ADeathInTheFamily'' in other stories, his death is usually blamed on Jason himself being implusive--which is not even close to what happened. While Jason was impulsive and did have a temper, he was lured into a trap by Sheila Haywood, who he found out was his biological mother.
12th Nov '16 11:24:51 AM AlternativeCola
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* Some ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans]]'' fans blamed co-creator Glen Murakami for doing ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo]]''. In fact, though he is credited as associate producer for said show, he has no major involvement in the show and that Aaron Horvath is the creative force behind the series.

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* Some ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenTitans]]'' ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' fans blamed co-creator Glen Murakami for doing ''[[WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo]]''.''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo''. In fact, though he is credited as associate producer for said show, he has no major involvement in the show and that Aaron Horvath is the creative force behind the series.
11th Nov '16 4:14:41 AM AlternativeCola
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** Many fans blamed Creator/DanDiDio for Wally West's death in the SeriesFinale of ''Young Justice'' (as the character was declared "toxic" in the ComicBook/{{New 52}} and was in ComicBookLimbo until ComicBook/{{DC Rebirth}}), despite the fact that [=DiDio=] has ''nothing'' to do with DC Animation and the fact that Creator/GregWeisman has stated he planned on killing off Wally as far back as Season 1.

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** Many fans blamed Creator/DanDiDio for Wally West's death in the SeriesFinale SeriesFinale[[note]]Now SeriesFauxnale as the show has been UnCanceled by Warner Bros. Animation in 2016.[[/note]] of ''Young Justice'' (as the character was declared "toxic" in the ComicBook/{{New 52}} and was in ComicBookLimbo until ComicBook/{{DC Rebirth}}), despite the fact that [=DiDio=] has ''nothing'' to do with DC Animation and the fact that Creator/GregWeisman has stated he planned on killing off Wally as far back as Season 1.
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