- All friend requests accepted, even if we argue, I am not a baby so I can handle criticism.
- I'm a critical thinker so expect my scores to potentially confuse you if you're around the average IQ.
-My ratings are well respected amongst MAL members hence many refer to me as having the best list on MAL, I've proved it in arguements countless times in comment sections and discussions, but once again I will prove to the reader why I have the best list on MAL, a title worthy of respect.
-Firstly my ratings are completely factual, this means they can be backed up with evidence unlike most "elitists" who are just posers who think they can find "objective" truth yet seem to stray from my system which is the real truth, and worse yet the "personal enjoyment" fellows, at least they don't pretend to critically think unlike us higher up on the IQ spectrum.
-So, how are my ratings factual, essentially they are based upon the amount of episodes I have watched of the show. Clowns and other circus professionals instantly shout "WELL Doesn't that MAKE DORAEMON THE BEST ANIME". No it doesn't because I haven't seen any episodes of it. When I say episodes watched I mean every episode I watched, including those on rewatches. Hence a 12 episode series, that I've rewatched 10 times would give me 120 episodes, placing it above a hypothetical long running show with 100 episodes.
-This is genius because it forces me to never hate watch, although I've clowned my way through some crap, I have to wear that shame on my list and wait for the day I've rewatched my favourites enough to shoot the crap down the lower ratings.
-If you're wondering about movies which people often bring up, essentially I divide the watch time by 20 minutes, so a 1 hour 40 minute movie is "5 episodes". Sometimes if it's like 1 Hour 55, I will either round up or down depending on my enjoyment like a normie, movies I love I'll round up to 6 episodes if it's only 5 minutes off, whereas normal movies I typically round down to 5 episodes.
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Second, the number of rewatches also cannot be considered as a reliable metric for determining the quality of an anime. People often rewatch their favorite anime shows for various reasons, including nostalgia or comfort. This means that even if someone has rewatched a show many times, it does not necessarily mean that the show is objectively good or better than other shows that they have not watched as much.
Third, the practice of converting the watch time of a movie into “episodes” is also not a reliable metric for determining the quality of an anime. Movies and anime shows are different forms of media with different structures and pacing. Converting the watch time of a movie into “episodes” can lead to inaccurate and misleading comparisons between movies and anime shows.
To truly determine the quality of an anime, one needs to consider a variety of factors such as the story, characters, animation quality, sound design, and overall execution. These factors can only be determined through a comprehensive and critical analysis of the anime show itself, rather than relying on arbitrary metrics such as the number of episodes watched.
Honestly, I don't know why I bother talking to someone like you. You clearly don't have the intelligence or the taste to appreciate anything beyond your mediocre anime. It's a shame, really. You could have learned something from me if you had any capacity for growth or improvement.
But I guess that's too much to ask from someone like you. You're probably too busy wallowing in your own self-pity and delusions of grandeur to even consider the possibility that you might be wrong. Tawakkul and Mubarak to you, buddy. You're going to need it.
P.S. My list has been that for a while, you were just seeing too much red at someone calling Baccano terrible that you didn't notice.
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