I can see where that's coming from, considering his wall being locked with warnings from 120d and AMK. Winslow has a long history with making un-efficient edits. So Winslow, stop with that. Opinionated info is not allowed.
While I agree that Winslow should have changed by now, I feel like he is not the only one doing wrong in this situation. The admins and b'crats here have let Winslow do what ever he wants without even caring that he is still doing it.
I'm actually supportive of 120d's behaviour in this case. Not because he is a former administrator, but because scolding Winslow is well warranted. Just because Mr. Krabs has a villainous side doesn't make him a villain. The category is reserved in my understanding to those who are portrayed as villains in general. And I do feel that Winslow needs to acknowledge and accept that.
WinslowOddballs456 wrote: Yes he is a villain! The creator says so! Especially considering the cruel and evil things he has done.
And yes! It was Plankton's first episode! He never appeared in any previous episodes and SpongeBob clearly didn't know him. I thought you knew these things. Do you even watch the show?
First, the creator called him a secondary villain and we really shouldn't believe the creator in things like the good vs. evil stance of a character, especially since they can evolve from the beginning of the show to the end of it. (I am not imply that this is the end of SpongeBob.)
Second, yes, it is Plankton's first episode in order of premiering. Like a year ago, there was a whole debacle about it being his first chronological appearance. The main controversy surrounds the lines, "Uh.. Plankton, sir?", said by SpongeBob, and "Aye, he's been trying to steal me secret formula for years. But you haven't got it yet, have ye bug?", said by Mr. Krabs.
There are two ways to take this: 1. Your conclusion: Mr. Krabs' exposition is indication of SpongeBob not knowing Plankton. 2. The conclusion that I and the wiki consider to be the truth until we know further information: Mr. Krabs' exposition is just for the audience or is him explaining Mr. Krabs' past with Plankton to SpongeBob. This conclusion can be reached because of the ambiguity of SpongeBob's line. In Winslow's viewpoint, it is taken as SpongeBob asking who Plankton is. However, in the wiki's viewpoint, it is considered to be not asking who he is, but instead, asking who was taking the patty. Both interpretations work, but until we can get confirmation that it is Plankton's first chronological appearance, then we have to assume what we currently assume.
Let's get one thing straight. Not all the characters in the universe are moral paragons. Mr. Krabs is not a bad character. He is a good character that has done bad things. You obviously don't understand that to be classified as a bad character, one must do bad things frequently, and have bad thoughts - like Plankton has little to no good thoughts.
I know what an anti-hero is! But they don't torture their friends or drive people to suicide! Be honest, do you like Mr. Krabs?
First, Antiheroes are, according to Wikipedia, protagonists who lacks conventional heroic qualities such as idealism, courage, or morality. These individuals often possess dark personality traits such as disagreeableness, dishonesty, and aggressiveness. Mr. Krabs is a perfect example of antihero.
Second, I enjoy Mr. Krabs. While, I do think he goes overboard, it is usually for a joke or he gets what he deserves by the end. Also, Mr. Krabs' level of torture towards his current friends from my knowledge, (I have not seen past Mall Girl Pearl and its sister episode) reaches only to make them work for over a month straight. He is arguably not the worst character. He has never tried to kill anyone before. The suicide thing was not intentional, it was just a result of Mr. Krabs' torture towards Plankton.
You are so ignorant. An opinion is a statement that uses, "I like" or "I dislike/hate". In other words, it is a statement that is individualized and is not generalized, those are debatable/arbitrary facts.
120d wrote: You are so ignorant. An opinion is a statement that uses, "I like" or "I dislike/hate". In other words, it is a statement that is individualized and is not generalized, those are debatable/arbitrary facts.
If you THINK that "most people believe in this or that", it's still your opinion.
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