Because no matter what, I somehow convince myself that whatever terrible thing the movie or show is about is happening to my kids or to me as it relates to my kids.
Like I have TOTALLY enough problems. Why the hell do I need to borrow someone else’s.
Like remember when that Hawk or Harrier (or whatever the fuck that kid’s name was) was supposedly in that balloon but actually wasn’t.
That wrecked me for like a week imagining my kid in a damned balloon.
So I stick to SciFi. Because I’m not all that worried about my kids fighting aliens or being marooned on other planets or whatever else.
But nope. Gravity found a way.
Because SURPRISE: Dead daughter.
Dead fucking daughter for no fucking reason.
And a lot of talking about the dead daughter for no fucking reason.
Yeah whatever, she was going to die and whatever and drama or whatever.
But the talking to the dead daughter in heaven stuff totally did not need to happen to me. Like that whole thing could have been totally not in the movie, and I still would have been perfectly okay with there being an astronaut who did not have a dead daughter.
God damn it.
Also she should have died in the seaweed because how amazing would that have been?
All that surviving to die in seaweed.
I would have forgiven the dead daughter shit for a move like that.
'sold out before it reached the US.' Yeah? Well FUCK YOU, superfight. You cocksuckers couldn't produce this piece of shit CARD game IN the US? What, are you a gang of fucking retarded chinese communists? Eat shit and rot in hell, you insidious, carpet-bagging, rat bastards. Sincerely, Mike.
Who would have thought? Even card games have haters.
Did you know Cards Against Humanity JUST NOW started printing in the US? Because they have made 12 million dollars and can afford to now. But only now. And still not all of their games. Just some.
American printers don’t really exist for this stuff at this level. The cheapest one wanted 22 dollars per deck. The game sells for 25. So after handling and all that, it would be a game that loses money.
We could raise the price, but then it wouldn’t sell. And all we would have done would have been create an awesome game and zero awesome American jobs because the game would be a bust.
So we printed overseas. And we use our sales to fund American jobs here, as well as contribute to a charity that works to prevent and help the victims of child abuse.
When we make our millions, we will have helped our country and communities far more than we would have otherwise. By not being shortsighted.
But I’m guessing you don’t actually care about this topic, and that you are just trolling.
But just in case you DO care, you’ve now learned something about companies that care more about their country (and all countries) and communities than many people you will meet, and about what it takes to actually make a change.