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06:10:49 PM Dec 10th 2010
edited by Thalomarre
I know no one here's striving for perfect objectivity, but the third paragraph, discussing the trope in static media, seems a bit unnecessarily judgmental, especially after the the stated acceptability of the trope in animation. If something becomes an accepted convention in one medium, why should it not be deemed acceptable in another, particularly if that medium's art style isn't realistic to begin with?

At the very least, I think most here would agree that the phrase "television rather than actual artwork" carries some very unfortunate implications.

Should this be changed, or am I just being hypersensitive?
11:04:20 AM Jan 19th 2011
Leave it as it is.
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