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Disliking anime because it's popular is just as bad as liking it for being popular.

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But you can dislike something because its fans are total retards, right? For instance, I quite like the sound of some emo-ish music, but I don't associate myself with it because people would think I was some kind of /wrists retard.

It works the same for anime. However, the simple fact that a series is popular (with non-Japanese) outside of /a/ means that its fans are retards, so I feel I can get away with dissociating myself from a series due to it being popular outside of 4chan.
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>>10029444
It's ok to dislike the fans, but I think it is really lame to say you don't like something just because obnoxious people do as well.
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>>10029444
If you suppress your power level the problem is solved.
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I will now proceed to pleasure myself with this fish.
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This is a thread about Final Fantasy 7?
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>>10029274

Thats not correct.

We might express your first statement as this:

not like implies popular.

Your second statement:

popular implies liking.

These are not equivalent. By the axioms of logic, we might say that out first statement is equivilent to this:

not popular implies like. ((Contrapositive))
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>>10029548
When its a comparison of mentality, that doesn't work.



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