I agree fully. I'm sick of people tossing around "sexist" as if every case can be applied to every single woman.
Originally Posted by 00poke_maniac
Did Cilan have a problem with Lenora, or even Elesa? No, it was specifically Skyla who he had a problem with. And just Skyla. Plus this isn't a female thing anyway, this problem Cilan had with Skyla could be applied to any gym leader, male or female. Another reason why it can't be sexist.
There was no comment implying "Just like a woman to go off doing whatever you want rather than what you should do." NOW that would've been sexist, but that wasn't the point nor had that implication at all.
I agree to an extent, I agree with your statement of "it leading somewhere" but I disagree with your explanation "would really plan that far ahead"
Originally Posted by The 4th KIRA
I disagree with the explanation because we've seen examples of writers planning far ahead.
But I agree with the statement because what in the hell would it be leading to? What possible storyline could explain Crustle's super mega hax strength and would culminate into a climatic ending justifying Crustle's super mega hax strength. It can't be the rivalry between Cilan and Burgundy because all of their Pokemon would have to be strong. And it can't be Cilan becoming an S-Class Connoisseur because that has nothing to do with the strength of a Pokemon.
So I agree, what are "you" talking about?
Yes because Cilan refuses to battle, and imagines himself losing or winning and giving people badges or not depending on the outcome just so he can be a Connoisseur. Yeah how dare Cilan be a hypocrite!
Originally Posted by gohan5
Last edited by dman_dustin; 24th February 2012 at 9:07 PM.
Misinterpreting my posts is not your fault, negative repping me, and getting very sensitive about my posts because you misinterpreted my posts however is your fault. Think really hard, before negative repping or making a big deal about my posts. I don't appreciate being negative repped for reasons that are a result of misinterpreting my posts.