an evil branch of the cutco company that uses college and high school grad students as fodder to sell its products, via by first pushing the product on to their friends and family by playing the guilt card and eventually if possible friends of friends until they ran out of people. While it is possible to make money by doing this but the grand majority of us won't due to fuel cost and other factors
vector marketing's base play looks awesome but if you really take time and do the math it's not really worth it
possibly the best zombie apocalyse anime out there at this time, I'm not kidding. It involves 7 characters trying to survive a zombie onslaught, think of it as Left 4 Dead turned into an anime.
Highschool of the Dead is like Left 4 Dead turned into an anime series
a conservative wiki with articles (95+%?) that always somehow end up either blaming Liberals and non-Christians for some reason or another. It also seems to strongly imply one's religious beliefs has a connection to ones capability of doing certain things (e.g. violence).
due to the fact that it's a wiki some these examples might not be accurate anymore.
some examples of bias/lies/inaccuracies on conservapedia :
#1 socialism - we see a picture of Hitler on the top of the page
Nazism is more of an ideology of its own than anything else, it would be more accurate to place it in its own article than be under socialism. Also it also puts communism under this too, rather inaccurate.
#2 Fredrich Nietzsche - the first section is calling him crazy
WTF?! they didn't even explain what his philosophical views are and he's declared crazy right at the beginning?!
#3 Islam - "the most violent religion"
I don't care if this is true or not but this is this is bad etiquette calling it right off the bat, not to mention it also implies there's something questionable about it
#4 Bill Clinton - all the credits of economic success should belong to Republicans (implied)
really? please explain why public opinion favored him during the government shutdown and impeachment
#5 Grand Theft Auto
I don't even know where to begin on this...
some more examples of bias/lies/inaccuracies/stupidity on Conservapedia
#1 you can't edit anonymously
is this really free or is this a (right wing) dictatorship?
#2 George W. Bush
mentions nothing about him being attacked by a shoe thrower at Iraq
so much for being fair and balanced...
two words: resource hog
norton antivirus slows down my computer significantly more than McAfee which is bad, the parent company should be wiped off the face of the earth...
The MOST messed up Japanese flash animation
2 boys discuss an internet urban legend of a mysterious pop up ad with an unusually adorable voice saying the words "Do you like...?" and it is said that anyone that dares to close this pop up would die of a horrible death. One of the boys is doubtful and did some investigation; after searching the web and finding nothing, the boy gives up and surfed a different site. Then suddenly a pop up ad showed up with an unusually adorable voice saying (in Japanese) "Do you like...?". The boy then proceeds to close the ad, only to have it repeatedly reappear and then the voice said "Do you like red?" in an more adorable voice than before. The boy then continues to attempt to close the pop up (in vain). Finally the voice became even more adorable than before said "Do you like red room?", then a website with a list of dead people appears, the main character notices that his friend's name is at the bottom of the list. Suddenly a pair of hands appear and grabs the boy. The next day rumors spread that two boys had apparently committed suicide after painting their rooms red with their own blood, we then return to boy's computer, still on the website of with a list of dead people we the addition of the boy's name on it at the bottom of the list. The computer then shuts off with an eerie sound.
go to wikipedia and look up red room (animation) for the video
Don't close that pop up or else you'll be seeing red room or some other horrible things...
a German film director so bad (namely for his video game adaptions) that he makes the other bad film directors look like Oscar contenders
Uwe Boll's video game movies are so bad that they're funny
one of the most unique fantasy anime I've seen (another being Hetalia), it involves around the adventures of Kraft Lawrence (a traveling merchant) and Horo (a wheat deity). The stories involve trade back in the medieval/renaissance era, it explains a lot of the workings of it, along with some historical references. However if you're an action oriented anime lover you'll probably won't be watching this.
guy 1: what are you watching?
guy 2: Spice and Wolf
guy 1: you should watch BLEACH instead, it's so much better
guy 2: I've been watching that a bit too much lately and would rather take a more laid back one that has some need of thinking more than action.
guy 1: suit yourself