"I hate television. There are too many commercials, reruns and game shows. The eight hours I watched yesterday was terrible."
"Comments give everyone and everyone a voice, and that's not always a good thing. We have a saying around here when it comes to comments: D.O.N.T. — don't! It stands for 'Doooooooon't comment. Ever.'"
"Anita Sarkeesian has a right to point out and criticize whatever she sees fit, WITHOUT death threats... and emails coming over and people saying they're going to rape her and stupid ass shit like that."
"Let's face it, the extreme amount of crap [Joel Schumacher] caught for making this movie is more than a little over the top, and in some cases, borderline psychotic. At the end of the day, all he did was make a bad movie. Genuine venom should be reserved for actual crimes like mass murder, putting lettuce on a breakfast sandwich, or eating New York-style pizza with a fork. You fold it a little and then eat it! What the hell is hard about that?"
"Angry Ghostbusters fans are so distraught over a trailer that they've turned to systematically brigading against it on YouTube, down-voting the trailer as if that will somehow make Columbia Pictures decide to cancel the film ... instead giving them even more fucking publicity in the process.
Because fans are emotional, dumb babies who feel like there's sanctity around whatever cash grab they personally grew up with. And for that reason, they cannot be trusted to accurately say if the movie is going to suck ass or be a timeless classic like Independence Day and its goddamn incredible sequel. Resurgence is — in the words of one esteemed critic — 'like seeing a fun house on fire!'"
"The Internet has given everybody in America a voice. For some reason, everybody decides to use that voice to bitch about movies."
— Holden, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
"The people on the Internet who complain about the show were going to hate it no matter what I did, so I don't really care about their opinions."
— Seiji Mizushima, director of Mobile Suit Gundam 00
"(...) Expressing disproportionate levels of hatred for Chris, often including wishing him physical harm, usually for perceived "crimes" that Chris is "guilty" of. The people who do this are known as A-Logs, and are considered at the other end of the spectrum from white knights; where white knights try to defend Chris from trolls and help him to improve his situation, A-Logs hold the belief that Chris is deserving of whatever scorn and harm he is subjected to, and then some."
— Cwcki, on A-Logging