Here’s something to stimulate. Topics of interest include anime, manga, comics, video games, television, books, movies, cartoons, some technology interest, iOS, Android, food, and varying degrees of pop culture.
TOPIC TO AVOID: Politics and politically-tinged/-associated topics because I think liberals and conservatives are all annoying a-holes in my eyes and political discussions are like fanboy arguments in intensity and maybe worse. I may offend you and might direct you to Dramitica’s “Offended” page to show you what it means to be offended.
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“I love animation because in the world of animation, you can be anything you wanna be. If you’re a fat woman, you can play a skinny princess. If you’re a short, wimpy guy, you can play a tall gladiator. If you’re a white man, you can play an Arabian prince. And if you’re a black man, you can play a donkey or a zebra.”—
CHRIS ROCK, introducing the Best Animated Film Oscar. (via inothernews)
You know, some people are taking what Chris Rock as a slam on voice acting. I didn’t see it that way at all. I mean, right there, in black and white, he’s saying that actors can take on ANY role, and you know what? He’s absolutely right on the money about that. I know I pointed out that a beautiful White woman plays a chubby, awkward Black kid here. I know a large Black man plays a skinny redneck, I don’t think Chris Rock was knocking voice acting by any stretch. He didn’t say it was easy. He said you can be anything you wanna be, and you can.
He played a flea, a white blood cell, a zebra, and a mosquito with the same voice. He’s not a voice actor, and I doubt he was knocking the profession of voice acting.