To create something useful. Like art, or a good story, or a web application. When I stumble upon Wikis, I wonder if we really should be letting people who have the mental capacity of a frog run these things.
So I’m trolling my normal grounds looking for something to read, and I stumbled upon this wiki:
My first thought was, “Didn’t I once link something like this in my Idiot Boxes to Avoid widget down the page?” At that time, it was a blog called Your Webcomic is Bad and You Should Feel Bad. That was both a hilarious and retarded attempt at criticizing webcomics. It read like it was written by someone with the spelling and grammar skills of a first-grader, but a vocabulary of your typical XBL Gold member (vulgar). Again, I assumed it was a joke, because it was God awful and had no idea WTF it was talking about 90% of the time. It was merely personal opinions that came from what I assume was a jealous kid who has absolutely no talent to draw or write a webcomic, so he retaliated by being an asshole who said bad things about artists.
Now I started to read this Wiki, thinking, “Okay, maybe this isn’t the same moron from the blog.” After reading the piece on Dominic Deegan and VG Cats, I realized it IS the same moron. Only now some much more comedic in the fact that his writing is worse and his opinions are even more biased than a room full of Republicans listening to Fox News.
Any comic artist who reads this wiki and sees their name on there shouldn’t take it personal. This guy and his friends running the Wiki are hacks, and they couldn’t make a webcomic people would like to save their lives. The only redeeming quality is the fact I laughed at the stupidity of it all when I read the reviews. My 20 month old son could write better reviews that made more sense and were actually valid.
Just another Idiot Box to Avoid, save to get a laugh.