So, yeah…I was going to watch a recording of the new Steven Universe episode, Too Far, but instead of that, I got a rerun of Teen Titans Go. <sigh> You know, ever since Cartoon Network got a new CEO, things have been pretty bad for the channel and the studio itself. Regular Show and Adventure Time are going through seasonal rot, Clarence doesn’t get enough attention as it did last year (because apart from introducing LGBT characters in a kids show, it’s a pretty average show), The Amazing World of Gumball and Uncle Grandpa are good to an extent (that extent being the writing), Transformers: Robots In Disguise and Sonic Boom aren’t advertised well (same can be said about the rest of the Saturday morning line up), Ninjago is just for the fans (I haven’t seen the show myself so I don’t know if it’s good or not), and while Wabbit exceeded my expectations, Be Cool, Scooby Doo and We Bare Bears shitted all over them with only very few redeeming qualities. Then only show that has been getting better and better over time is Steven Universe and it’s one of the most talked shows on CN; the other of course being Teen Titans Go. Now, I tolerated TTG ever since the first promo was released; I don’t hate it as much as everyone else does, but even I have my limits on how much of this show I should watch. I draw the line at swapping out Steven Universe with a rerun of TTG; you know you’re doing a terrible job at running your channel when you swap a good show with a lackluster one. Just when I was starting to get over the “Omegle incident” all I wanted was to watch the latest episode of my favorite show on Cartoon Network currently airing; but instead of that, I’m given a rerun of a show that’s clearly inferior to the original. You know, it’s one thing to air reruns of Teen Titans Go, it’s a completely different thing to swap shows with Teen Titans Go. I mean, sure SpongeBob’s on Nickelodeon alot, but I’ve yet to see Nick swap shows with it. If this is how you’re running your channel, you might as well have brought a shovel because you’re running it into the grown. Animation is a medium, not a genre; Steven Universe respects that, Teen Titans Go (to put it politely) doesn’t. This is a knew low for Cartoon Network, and the year’s not even over yet.
Catfishing Daddy Doms on Omegle, part 1. Each time I said I was 16, 15, 14, or 13, and no Dom said I was too young. The youngest was 20 and the oldest was 44.
“But it’s not pedophilia!” “These are just fake daddies!” Regardless, they’re still adults preying on what they perceive is an underage girl, and that’s not okay.