UncleChuckTH

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About UncleChuckTH

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  • Birthday 10/24/1993

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    United States
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    Sunny L.A.
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    Youtube Poop, animation, studying language, art, and music, as well as wasting time on forums.

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  1. Unfortunately, that video has been missing for years! It was taken down by a record company, I forget which one. It's a shame, because a lot of people loved that match and I hated having to leave it incomplete. I can PM you a copy of the round if you want it!
  2. Getting to know you while we were on the staff was a pleasure. You have great judgment and excellent taste, and I'm positive you're going to do swell things! Cheers!
  3. Guilty pleasure or not, I genuinely enjoy this one. It's a doo-wop song from the future.
  4. Awe-inspiring animation.
  5. For the purpose of exhibiting my art, I started one too, and it can be found here: evanglish.tumblr.com
  6. Ugetsu and Sansho the Bailiff. Two incredibly poignant pieces of period drama by Kenji Mizoguchi, a cinematic powerhouse. I'd recommend both to people who like their movies black and white and Nipponese.
  7. "FOUND A JOB"
  8. Some recent selections:
  9. Thanks for this article! I think it captures what's special about YTP. To Matt and the many others I've known here, you still have my thanks. These videos are silly, fun, and legitimately innovative. They've brought me a lot of joy!
  10. I liked the end. It was sweet.
  11. GAINAX doesn't make their shows for everybody, that's for sure.
  12. I'm looking forward to seeing how they animated the last episode. The finale of Book 3 was absolutely beautiful, with so many complex shots, and it would be amazing if they topped it.
  13. Y'know, the tension is high, character development for the protagonists is at its creative zenith, and the drama is solid, but now that this season is at its end, I can't help but notice that the central conflict is lacking. It simply hasn't built a case for Kuvira. There's no way to buy into this battle, because the character has no ideology, no rationale behind her tyranny. It's downright strange seeing Korra, a character that has a rich history and has become increasingly complex and powerful, struggling against a blank slate with little more than a beauty mark, a monotone, and an army of drones to her name. I find it difficult to believe in.
  14. Also, your psychologist should not be disclosing information about other patients like that.