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Jas

Here are some Peet related things from the archive website.


 
http://archive.is/DwxsO

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You dont care who lives and dies so the shooting is merely an inconvience to you. Innocent Americans can die everyday and you wouldn't care so fuck you to hell you cunt.


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It must be a fucking acid trip in your head, I can’t imagine what it’s like to have such a disconnect from reality.[/bq]



 
http://archive.is/j9a7C

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I don't know if you agree but at least in my reading I tend to find that fanfic tends to handle the whole 'silly show taking on serious plots' thing a lot better than some shows do. At first I thought it was just an adaption and change of writers thing but watching Star Vs feel increasingly bleh after taking itself seriously I was wondering what your thoughts were. (Looney Tunes was my biggest example of these things failing on a commercial level before.)


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Fanfiction is rarely restricted by rating, so it often can be more direct with the themes it wants to talk about.


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However, the perception of fanfiction handling it better than the material should be taken with a grain of salt. Fandom often has an unwarranted sense of self importance, and the standards for fanfiction are often extremely low.[/bq]



 
I guess she has been looking in the mirror because the having unwarranted sense of self importance is blowing right back in her face.......even if she is trying to attack fandoms again.


 
http://archive.is/LRPym

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One thing that I've noticed in the MLP community is that they'll go on and on about thing that should happen in the show, defend or lambast the show depending on the details, forgetting that it's a show aimed at young children and has to take their target audience into consideration when making choices, but then when the community wants to defend the show against certain criticsms they'll suddenly remember that its a show for children.


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https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Moving_the_goalposts[/bq]



 
Oh hay look everyone Peet is talking about people moving the goalpost which is something she is also very guilty of.


 
http://archive.is/FBRuc

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Lily, I need your advice. I wrote an essay to get into college that criticizes fundamentalism, and I detail specifically that religion isn't the cause of fundamentalism and that atheists also can be fundamentalist, and I even bother to mention a few prominent atheists who engage in fundamentalist thinking, and my college advisor said it was "too political." Do you have any advice as to what I should do?


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“Too political” is not a criticism. Force them to say something that isn’t vague nonsense.


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If your advisor isn’t going to elaborate then you’re wasting your time with said advisor.[/bq]



 
Oh crap everyone rejoice Peet made a decent point! I admit I don't know why you would ask peet for advice but


 
again at least Peet made a decent point!


 
http://archive.is/Uc7DU


 
http://archive.is/mYq5l

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Is it true that you told a former patron that he “was never that engaged a fan to begin with” after he had just told you how you had helped him through his mother’s death?


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What he actually told me was that he was only a patron out of a feeling of obligation for the above statement and that he’d grown alienated from my content for vague reasons.


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I never explicitly helped the guy through his mother’s death, I just did my job and kept making dumb silly videos. I was completely unaware that this had even happened until it conveniently came up while trying to twist my arm.


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What I actually told him was that if he was only pledging out of a sense of obligation and was actively disengaged from my content, then he should not have been a patron in the first place. Then I removed his pledge.


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I didn’t accuse him of having not being an engaged fan to begin with. He did that to himself by flat out admitting to not enjoying my work anymore and only sticking around out of a feeling of debt that wasn’t there to begin with. I merely agreed with him.


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Let me make this clear: If my work has helped you through a family member’s death by just being funny and entertaining, do not think for a moment that you owe me something. That kind of effect is literally my job. That’s the bare minimum standard of a comedian. You don’t owe me anything, I did what I’m supposed to do.[/bq]



 
Yep I wonder why people could ever hate you Peet.


 
http://archive.is/0s5H4

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anonymous asked:

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A common criticism I hear from people is that you're too "mean" to the people you criticize.


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When you look at a lot of the rhetoric about I’m “acting all authoritarian” despite not having the power to actually do that and how so often “respect other opinions” so often equates to “never contradict me” you can see the reality of the situation: To many of these people, any kind of criticism is “too mean.”


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The incident that got me accused of abuse was me explicitly stopping someone from making a complete ass of themselves in front of a hundred thousand people by playing Devil’s Advocate for slavery.


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Oftentimes when I have actually been too harsh or needlessly aggressive it doesn’t last very long because I actively retract the statement, like when I ended the video on Tommy Oliver by calling him a dirtbag, only to take the video down and reupload it with that statement removed a day later.


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But hey, I’ll gladly engage with more tangible criticisms like this over the “she’s literally satan” nonsense.



 
I'm going to talk about the second line because Peet would later on say she should of let Josh keep that thing in


 
and now she is all nope I would never want Josh to make a fool of himself.
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Jas

Here are some Peet related things from the archive website.

http://archive.is/DwxsO

[bq]anonymous asked:
You dont care who lives and dies so the shooting is merely an inconvience to you. Innocent Americans can die everyday and you wouldn't care so fuck you to hell you cunt.

It must be a fucking acid trip in your head, I can’t imagine what it’s like to have such a disconnect from reality.[/bq]

http://archive.is/j9a7C

[bq]anonymous asked:
I don't know if you agree but at least in my reading I tend to find that fanfic tends to handle the whole 'silly show taking on serious plots' thing a lot better than some shows do. At first I thought it was just an adaption and change of writers thing but watching Star Vs feel increasingly bleh after taking itself seriously I was wondering what your thoughts were. (Looney Tunes was my biggest example of these things failing on a commercial level before.)

Fanfiction is rarely restricted by rating, so it often can be more direct with the themes it wants to talk about.

However, the perception of fanfiction handling it better than the material should be taken with a grain of salt. Fandom often has an unwarranted sense of self importance, and the standards for fanfiction are often extremely low.[/bq]

I guess she has been looking in the mirror because the having unwarranted sense of self importance is blowing right back in her face.......even if she is trying to attack fandoms again.

http://archive.is/LRPym

[bq]anonymous asked:
One thing that I've noticed in the MLP community is that they'll go on and on about thing that should happen in the show, defend or lambast the show depending on the details, forgetting that it's a show aimed at young children and has to take their target audience into consideration when making choices, but then when the community wants to defend the show against certain criticsms they'll suddenly remember that its a show for children.

https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Moving_the_goalposts[/bq]

Oh hay look everyone Peet is talking about people moving the goalpost which is something she is also very guilty of.

http://archive.is/FBRuc

[bq]anonymous asked:
Lily, I need your advice. I wrote an essay to get into college that criticizes fundamentalism, and I detail specifically that religion isn't the cause of fundamentalism and that atheists also can be fundamentalist, and I even bother to mention a few prominent atheists who engage in fundamentalist thinking, and my college advisor said it was "too political." Do you have any advice as to what I should do?

“Too political” is not a criticism. Force them to say something that isn’t vague nonsense.

If your advisor isn’t going to elaborate then you’re wasting your time with said advisor.[/bq]

Oh crap everyone rejoice Peet made a decent point! I admit I don't know why you would ask peet for advice but

again at least Peet made a decent point!

http://archive.is/Uc7DU

http://archive.is/mYq5l

[bq]anonymous asked:
Is it true that you told a former patron that he “was never that engaged a fan to begin with” after he had just told you how you had helped him through his mother’s death?

What he actually told me was that he was only a patron out of a feeling of obligation for the above statement and that he’d grown alienated from my content for vague reasons.

I never explicitly helped the guy through his mother’s death, I just did my job and kept making dumb silly videos. I was completely unaware that this had even happened until it conveniently came up while trying to twist my arm.

What I actually told him was that if he was only pledging out of a sense of obligation and was actively disengaged from my content, then he should not have been a patron in the first place. Then I removed his pledge.

I didn’t accuse him of having not being an engaged fan to begin with. He did that to himself by flat out admitting to not enjoying my work anymore and only sticking around out of a feeling of debt that wasn’t there to begin with. I merely agreed with him.

Let me make this clear: If my work has helped you through a family member’s death by just being funny and entertaining, do not think for a moment that you owe me something. That kind of effect is literally my job. That’s the bare minimum standard of a comedian. You don’t owe me anything, I did what I’m supposed to do.[/bq]

Yep I wonder why people could ever hate you Peet.

http://archive.is/0s5H4

[bq]anonymous asked:
A common criticism I hear from people is that you're too "mean" to the people you criticize.

When you look at a lot of the rhetoric about I’m “acting all authoritarian” despite not having the power to actually do that and how so often “respect other opinions” so often equates to “never contradict me” you can see the reality of the situation: To many of these people, any kind of criticism is “too mean.”

The incident that got me accused of abuse was me explicitly stopping someone from making a complete ass of themselves in front of a hundred thousand people by playing Devil’s Advocate for slavery.

Oftentimes when I have actually been too harsh or needlessly aggressive it doesn’t last very long because I actively retract the statement, like when I ended the video on Tommy Oliver by calling him a dirtbag, only to take the video down and reupload it with that statement removed a day later.

But hey, I’ll gladly engage with more tangible criticisms like this over the “she’s literally satan” nonsense.

I'm going to talk about the second line because Peet would later on say she should of let Josh keep that thing in

and now she is all nope I would never want Josh to make a fool of himself.
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Edited by Jas