BERT-- an animated short

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  08 August 2002
Quote: Originally posted by GRMac13


Oops, you forgot that one. Just thought I'd remind you.


"<i>the author's neglect of the story results in a potentially offensive message</i>" is not equal to "I am offended by this short."
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  08 August 2002
Hi feefunk!

You're the 21st person to ask me that!

Wow! i didn't know my cousin could stir such reactions!!

Name is Meg
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  08 August 2002
Your cousin !?!

That's a nice picture. Did you take it?

Wigaru Wiyamoto...I gotta say, love the image in your icon.

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  08 August 2002
I like the fact that the story expresses meaning to the importance of family. I don't think that the animation moves away from the notion of family, this is the kind of animation that I would like to show my kids, once I get married and have them

If they get confused and start jumping to other conclusions about the story's meanings, I'd be there to teach them the positive worthwhile meaning I found in this story, to avoid prejudice, conflict, bla bla bla.

I like the fact that everyone here is so open to express what they really want to write. I hope it always remains a constructive forum, otherwise it does get very boring.

I think censorship would be an issue here if there were 12-year-old members, or if it concerned racial or religious matters that are quite offensive. Am I wrong on that one?
I still think that "Bert" is a very entertaining animation, nothing more, nothing less. If the author wanted to make a statement with it, I guess I missed it, and am not concerned about it.
I just wanted to watch and have fun.

If I later found out that it somehow attacked my personal creed, I would deal with that issue somehow, but not here. I don't think I could achieve anything by dealing with such an issue here. I thought this was an artist's forum.
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  08 August 2002
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  02 February 2003
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  02 February 2003
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