Jinju wrote:STFU...Fufu...STFUFufu! What does the Northern Water Tribe's fabricated traditions have anything to do with this? That's just a stupid, irrelevant argument. A non-white actress like Vanessa Hudgens could have played Katara! Nobody would have had any problems with that! The bottom line is that they weren't cast for their skin color, they were cast for their acting abilities. It sounds like racebending.com has gotten into your head Fufu, and you're just spreading your negativity like poop on a wall.
It was just an anaolgy comparing The Northern Water Tribe's fabricated tradition of gender discrimination
and Hollywood's real life racial discrimination.
Fabricated or not... when was the last time you saw a cartoon
teaching you about how unfair discrimination is?
Come on! What's the point in watching these shows if you don't get the moral of the story?
Ooh Hudgens! Now thats diversity I would have liked to see in this movie.
Acting abilities? ok, I know you I angered you for some reason, but, now you are just being mean.
That statement implies that non-white actors lack acting talent.
Yea, racebending.com got in my head. But, I really want to keep an open mind and not take sides.
But, arguing with you makes me want to pick a side now.
I am just nitpicking and being pessimistic about the movie because if I get proven wrong, I will enjoy the movie more
and if I am right, I won't be so mad if the movie is not kick@$$.
Here is the girl who voiced Katara:
Did you know in mexico the dubbed voice over actress was Latina?
or what about in Asia? The voice actress was Asian
The voice hiding behind the animated character is not a strong argument.
The voice helps define the character's personality, but, I know hundreds of asian americans with katara's american accent.
And here is a color comparison of Katara and Nicola Peltz: (i saw what you did there 2 can play at this game)
Project 86 wrote:btw a cross does not just mean christian you know
Eighth century Persian cross attributed to St. Thomas. The inscription around it is in Pahlavi (Persian) script and the artisan who carved the cross from a Hindu temple stone, has signed it as Afras.
Persian cross attributed to St. Thomas?
You mean St Thomas, the only Apostle who went outside the Roman Empire to preach the Gospel. He also believed to have crossed the largest area, which includes the Persian Empire and India.
Caladhan Brood wrote:Yus i agree, it really is silly how just because it is a cross shape it is thought to be linked to Christianity
The cross has symbolized the instrument of the torturous execution since the 10th century.
Jesus is the most known execution on the cross.
I don't know what you are linking the cross shape to... but it sure ain't linking me to Aang's beliefs in reincarnation.
CancerianFireLordess wrote:When you quote and comment could you not comment in the quote.
I mean c'mon, ffs.
my bad. won't do it again.
Oh and your picture is skewed too foofs. It's a bit darker than normal and Nicola's picture is a biiiitttt lighter.
Me just being picky.
Jinju wrote:I have so much to say about your ridiculously flawed logic, but this thread is about Aang's arrow. *motions to Cancer*
Let's take this argument to the appropriate thread.
LIKE THAT FOOFS.
Don't comment in quotes.
Cause then that means I said that, and I didn't.
Leave comments after the quote.
FFS, it's NOT that hard.
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