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Wandering Thoughts: Why Lori Loud is Hated
So here I am, alone on a Saturday night, boozing it up and rambling about cartoons to forget about the extremely shitty week I had at work.  Anyway…
Ever since getting into The Loud House late last year, I noticed a theme among many fans’ opinions of a certain character (even though opinions are pretty diverse among this particular fanbase).  What I’m talking about is that it’s common for Lori to be ranked near or at the bottom of the list of favorite Loud sisters.  The question though, is this hate for Lori justified?
Personally, I think so.  Lori is right at the bottom of my favorite Loud sisters, though I don’t HATE Lori (I reserve hate only for real people that deserve it, such as SJWs and management where I work), I just dislike Lori (with Lisa being a very close second, but that’s another topic).  Not only do I find Lori to be downright loathsome in certain episodes, I don’t think she works well as a character a g
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Hi everyone,

On October 27th, my 20's will officially end, and while I'm not at all sad about hitting 30 (especially since I still look young enough to where I'm always asked for ID whenever I buy liquor), it got me to reflect on the "halfway point" of my life until now, which is when I hit my 15th birthday (2002). 

Back in 2002, I was a radically different person from how I am now, and looking back, the various opinions and beliefs I held back then were cringe-inducing to say the least.  Just so it's not a rambling mess, I divided up the opinions I had into their own categories.

MUSIC

Back then, I considered Rage Against the Machine the best band in the world and thought their political stances were totally insightful and profound.  What little I knew about legit heavy metal bands and niches I dismissed as "noisy garbage" (other than Black Sabbath, which is a band I'll be a huge fan of until I croak).  Aside from that, there were only a handful of genres and artists I would ever listen to besides Rage'.

Now, I've been a dyed-in-the-wool metalhead for the last 12 years (with my favorite niche being the Tampa death metal scene in the late 80's/early 90's).  After diving headfirst into the metal genre in the last years of my teens, the mainstream political bands like Rage', System of a Down etc. would be entirely phased out because other than Rage's first album and live shows from '92 and '93, I find music from such bands to be severely lacking, not to mention that I find such bands horribly hypocritical for bashing capitalism and other aspects of America while they're living high off the hog thanks to American capitalism.  Even though heavy metal is my life blood pertaining to music (along with my wardrobe being pretty dedicated to the genre), I've grown to appreciate way more genres of music since my teens, with my favorite "non metal" forms of music being videogame soundtracks for various 8 and 16-bit games and jazz-fusion (and I'll even listen to a great pop song if I ever come across it, such as Paula Abdul's "Straight Up").

ANIMATION

Even though I've been into animation since I was 2-3 years-old, back then, I was a rabid anime fan at the time and held this ridiculous belief that anime was better than western animation because it had more titles made for adults in mind and had "prettier" art styles.  Now, I hold the opposite opinion because after having a fallout with the anime genre a few years ago for numerous reasons.  The main ones are due to the severe decline in quality with a good chunk of anime titles past the year 2000 and learning about the universal qualities to good storytelling, which I've come to find in plenty of western cartoons (everything from the Max Fleischer Popeye cartoons up to The Loud House).

POLITICS/CULTURE

Back then, after learning about the more unsavory aspects of American history (mainly the bloody conquest of the Native American tribes in centuries past, the persecution of Muslim Americans in the wake of 9/11, and especially the horrible treatment of black Americans in decades and centuries past), I became really disillusioned with Americana and took up really far left stances in various social and political views.  Hell, I was so far left back then I thought the Soviet Union had a pretty good thing going and was willing to write off Stalin's atrocities under his rule as "mistakes" but viscerally condemned the Holocaust (this wasn't helped that I had a stupid red shirt with the hammer and sickle with "SSSR" written in Cyrillic).  Along with that laughable stance I had, I also genuinely believed Michael Moore was fighting for the working man, though the US and Europe should be multicultural, loved the idea of big government, thought "culturally enriched" cities like Chicago, Seattle, and LA were way better than rural areas and the American suburbs, and had a good deal of white guilt due to the aforementioned unsavory aspects of western history.

Now, I'm almost the exact opposite of who I was politically 15 years ago.  The shift in politics started gradually around 2009, but ever since 2014, after discovering Sargon of Akkad on YouTube (which then lead to me being a fan of other "red pill/anti-SJW" YouTube channels like DoctorRandomercam, Styxhexenhammer666, Steven Crowder, Bearing etc.), the transition sped up astronomically.  Now when I say the opposite in terms of politics, I still strongly believe that a nation's citizens should be treated equally under the law regardless of their race, sex, religion, and so fourth.  I'm also an adamant supporter of free speech and the right to self-preservation.  The radical changes in my political views mainly pertain to my stances on immigration, multiculturalism, city live versus suburb life, big government, feminism, family structures, gender roles, white guilt, and my stances on socialism and communism. 

I'm in favor of extremely limited and selective immigration into the US and Europe based on the values they hold and what skills they have (along with severe punishments for immigrants to come illegally), stemming multiculturalism because some cultures just don't mesh with the cultures of western nations (just look at the Muslim immigrant communities in Europe to see how horrible a failure multiculturalism can be), and pushing for cultural changes (NOT legal force) in encouraging our youth to embrace taking up the "traditional" nuclear family and gender roles when they reach adulthood and enter the workforce.  As someone living in a suburban farm town in a very gun-friendly state in the Great Lakes Region, I'm totally happy living where I am and you couldn't pay me to live in a city like Seattle or Chicago because despite being an atheist who loves death metal and NSFW artwork, I feel way more welcome where I live now than the "progressive utopia" cities in the US.  As a working class white man with my own struggles in life and who had no hand whatsoever in the ugly aspects of US history, I don't have a shred of white guilt whatsoever, and will blow a gasket on any purple-haired trust fund baby majoring in gender studies telling me to check my "white male privilege."  Thanks to Sargon and others on YouTube, I've learned just how tyrannical the EU is, and this has driven me to loathe big government because all big government wants out of people is absolute control (and in many respects, the Democratic Party in the US is like the EU).  Socialism and communism...oh boy.  After spending more time with my paternal grandpa in the last 6-7 years, I learned more about my Slovak heritage (my grandpa's family immigrated from Czechoslovakia to the US in 1937), and this lead to me detesting socialism and communism even more than Nazism after this inspired me to do more research on communism.  Communism killed over 100 million people in the 20th century and has done enormous damage to cultures around the world (if they weren't outright destroyed), not to mention that communism ALWAYS results in people getting all of their rights taken away and made slaves to the government.  Given that my ancestral homeland was under the grizzly oppression of both Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, my disgust for Nazism and communism can't be understated, but given how communism has killed far more people than Nazism, I find the hammer and sickle a more loathsome symbol than the swastika.

JOB/CAREER

Back then, I wanted to work in the animation industry and be the next Katsuhiro Otomo (the man who created the Akira manga and anime).  Now, I'm a Teamster working stiff slaving away for a giant shipping company doing two different jobs there who might possibly land their "dream job" within that company very soon.  The radical change in job goals was due to the job market in the creative sector being totally ruthless, and when I graduated from college nearly four and a half years ago with my intent in breaking in to that industry, I got sick of the lack of success and shifted gears to get out of the fast food job I held while I was in college and couldn't tolerate any longer.

That basically sums it all up.  Goodnight everyone.
  • Listening to: Styxhexenhammer666
  • Reading: Nothing
  • Watching: Styxhexenhammer666
  • Playing: Nothing
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Jack Daniel's
Next week I'll have to trek to another service center and fill out paperwork for what could lead to me attaining my dream job.  Will keep you all posted on what happens next.
Hi everyone,

This morning I finally got an extremely rare and old t-shirt issued by Morrisound Recording Studio in 1991.  Morrisound was the focal point of the Tampa death metal scene in the late 80's/early 90's because back in the day, it was one of the really few recording studios that would let bands from the blooming death metal scene use their studio and give them robust production jobs all for a reasonable price.

Here's some of the most notable and best albums that were recording at Morrisound.

Morbid Angel:  Altars of Madness
Nocturnus:  The Key
Death:  Human
Solstice:  S/T
Monstrosity:  Imperial Doom
Deicide:  Legion
Napalm Death:  Harmony Corruption
Atheist:  Unquestionable Presence
Cynic:  Focus
Pestilence:  Testimony of the Ancients

Here's the shirt for all of you to lay eyes on.

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  • Listening to: Andywarski
  • Reading: Nothing
  • Watching: Andywarski
  • Playing: Nothing
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Water
Here's a WIP of a drawing I should get done next weekend (too bad I have to go back to work on Tuesday).  Not to splurge in to a whole lot of detail, but it's based on the worst spell of depression I had in my entire life last Christmas season.

Darkest Black Friday WIP by Kozak-the-Insomniac
Anyone remember that totally scathing review I wrote of "Driving Miss Hazy" around the beginning of the year?  After having some private discussions with iLoveMegGriffin06 and thinking more about the cartoon's general logic, I've been forced to retract that conclusion I made of the episode.  I can't say I love it because I still think it peters out at the end.

I initially excoriated the episode for what I initially thought wasn't following its own logic with Lori sabotaging Leni's test and with Lori being so rotten.  However, I'm willing to be flexible about the logic portion of it given that Leni was asleep when it happened and not in her normal state of mind when awake.  Now with Lori's character in the episode, I initially wrote her off as being a one-dimensional villain with a cheap and sudden turnaround at the end, but then I remembered the South Park episode "Chef Goes Nanners" when Chef turned into a racist due to many people in town wanting to keep the South Park flag the way it was but quickly changed his tune when he realized the kids wanting to keep the flag as it was didn't see race in the people depicted in it, so I no longer think it's a cheap way of storytelling (of course, it depends on the context). Lori was merely drunk with power in the episode and was willing to make things better once Lincoln confronted her over her reckless actions.

Even with my more positive views of the above, the ending still leaves a lot to be desired because it's never resolved at the end (or in a future episode) whether or not Leni gets her driver's license (while Lori got her just desserts over how she's in for an extremely tough slog teaching Leni to drive, the ambiguous ending hurts the overall quality of the episode quite a bit).

All in all, while I no longer think that it's the worst Loud House episode or even one of the worst episodes, I still don't think it deserves its status as a "favorite" among fans (though I have no ill will against anyone that does because thinking less of others just for having different opinions on cartoons is among the most childish of things one can do).  With that said, I think it's the worst of the episodes focused on Leni (even though there were crucial scenes showing the nuances in her character), but for the episode itself, I would say it's "meh" overall.

Finally, while I've warmed up a little to Lori's character in this episode in that I see her actions in it closer to being that of an actual person's than a cheap villain's (I should point out that I've also come to appreciate Lori's character a bit more in future episodes), I still feel compelled to keep her at the bottom of my favorite Loud sisters list because despite her wanting to make things better at the end (and the grueling work that lies ahead of her), the lack of closure in Leni getting her driver's license doesn't actually erase her treacherous deeds and thus makes it extremely difficult for me to put her anywhere but in last place.

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David Kozak
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United States
Current Residence: A hermetic cave in the Rustbelt of America.
Favourite genre of music: Death metal, thrash metal, old school grindcore, classic heavy metal, 80's/early 90's industrial, 70's jazz-fusion, classical music, 16-bit videogame instrumentals, and old-school rap.
Favourite style of art: Cel-animation and industrial concept art.
Operating System: Windows 7
MP3 player of choice: Insignia Pilot 4GB MP3 player
Favourite cartoon character: Ren Hoek, Duckman, Helga Pataki, Phoebe Heyerdahl, Filburt Turtle, Batman (from Batman: The Animated Series), Daffy Duck, Popeye, Leni Loud, Lucy Loud, Luna Loud, Lynn Loud, and Mabel Pines.
Personal Quote: The truth is loyal to no narrative, therefore my narrative is built only on things that are actually true.
Interests
Hi everyone,

On October 27th, my 20's will officially end, and while I'm not at all sad about hitting 30 (especially since I still look young enough to where I'm always asked for ID whenever I buy liquor), it got me to reflect on the "halfway point" of my life until now, which is when I hit my 15th birthday (2002). 

Back in 2002, I was a radically different person from how I am now, and looking back, the various opinions and beliefs I held back then were cringe-inducing to say the least.  Just so it's not a rambling mess, I divided up the opinions I had into their own categories.

MUSIC

Back then, I considered Rage Against the Machine the best band in the world and thought their political stances were totally insightful and profound.  What little I knew about legit heavy metal bands and niches I dismissed as "noisy garbage" (other than Black Sabbath, which is a band I'll be a huge fan of until I croak).  Aside from that, there were only a handful of genres and artists I would ever listen to besides Rage'.

Now, I've been a dyed-in-the-wool metalhead for the last 12 years (with my favorite niche being the Tampa death metal scene in the late 80's/early 90's).  After diving headfirst into the metal genre in the last years of my teens, the mainstream political bands like Rage', System of a Down etc. would be entirely phased out because other than Rage's first album and live shows from '92 and '93, I find music from such bands to be severely lacking, not to mention that I find such bands horribly hypocritical for bashing capitalism and other aspects of America while they're living high off the hog thanks to American capitalism.  Even though heavy metal is my life blood pertaining to music (along with my wardrobe being pretty dedicated to the genre), I've grown to appreciate way more genres of music since my teens, with my favorite "non metal" forms of music being videogame soundtracks for various 8 and 16-bit games and jazz-fusion (and I'll even listen to a great pop song if I ever come across it, such as Paula Abdul's "Straight Up").

ANIMATION

Even though I've been into animation since I was 2-3 years-old, back then, I was a rabid anime fan at the time and held this ridiculous belief that anime was better than western animation because it had more titles made for adults in mind and had "prettier" art styles.  Now, I hold the opposite opinion because after having a fallout with the anime genre a few years ago for numerous reasons.  The main ones are due to the severe decline in quality with a good chunk of anime titles past the year 2000 and learning about the universal qualities to good storytelling, which I've come to find in plenty of western cartoons (everything from the Max Fleischer Popeye cartoons up to The Loud House).

POLITICS/CULTURE

Back then, after learning about the more unsavory aspects of American history (mainly the bloody conquest of the Native American tribes in centuries past, the persecution of Muslim Americans in the wake of 9/11, and especially the horrible treatment of black Americans in decades and centuries past), I became really disillusioned with Americana and took up really far left stances in various social and political views.  Hell, I was so far left back then I thought the Soviet Union had a pretty good thing going and was willing to write off Stalin's atrocities under his rule as "mistakes" but viscerally condemned the Holocaust (this wasn't helped that I had a stupid red shirt with the hammer and sickle with "SSSR" written in Cyrillic).  Along with that laughable stance I had, I also genuinely believed Michael Moore was fighting for the working man, though the US and Europe should be multicultural, loved the idea of big government, thought "culturally enriched" cities like Chicago, Seattle, and LA were way better than rural areas and the American suburbs, and had a good deal of white guilt due to the aforementioned unsavory aspects of western history.

Now, I'm almost the exact opposite of who I was politically 15 years ago.  The shift in politics started gradually around 2009, but ever since 2014, after discovering Sargon of Akkad on YouTube (which then lead to me being a fan of other "red pill/anti-SJW" YouTube channels like DoctorRandomercam, Styxhexenhammer666, Steven Crowder, Bearing etc.), the transition sped up astronomically.  Now when I say the opposite in terms of politics, I still strongly believe that a nation's citizens should be treated equally under the law regardless of their race, sex, religion, and so fourth.  I'm also an adamant supporter of free speech and the right to self-preservation.  The radical changes in my political views mainly pertain to my stances on immigration, multiculturalism, city live versus suburb life, big government, feminism, family structures, gender roles, white guilt, and my stances on socialism and communism. 

I'm in favor of extremely limited and selective immigration into the US and Europe based on the values they hold and what skills they have (along with severe punishments for immigrants to come illegally), stemming multiculturalism because some cultures just don't mesh with the cultures of western nations (just look at the Muslim immigrant communities in Europe to see how horrible a failure multiculturalism can be), and pushing for cultural changes (NOT legal force) in encouraging our youth to embrace taking up the "traditional" nuclear family and gender roles when they reach adulthood and enter the workforce.  As someone living in a suburban farm town in a very gun-friendly state in the Great Lakes Region, I'm totally happy living where I am and you couldn't pay me to live in a city like Seattle or Chicago because despite being an atheist who loves death metal and NSFW artwork, I feel way more welcome where I live now than the "progressive utopia" cities in the US.  As a working class white man with my own struggles in life and who had no hand whatsoever in the ugly aspects of US history, I don't have a shred of white guilt whatsoever, and will blow a gasket on any purple-haired trust fund baby majoring in gender studies telling me to check my "white male privilege."  Thanks to Sargon and others on YouTube, I've learned just how tyrannical the EU is, and this has driven me to loathe big government because all big government wants out of people is absolute control (and in many respects, the Democratic Party in the US is like the EU).  Socialism and communism...oh boy.  After spending more time with my paternal grandpa in the last 6-7 years, I learned more about my Slovak heritage (my grandpa's family immigrated from Czechoslovakia to the US in 1937), and this lead to me detesting socialism and communism even more than Nazism after this inspired me to do more research on communism.  Communism killed over 100 million people in the 20th century and has done enormous damage to cultures around the world (if they weren't outright destroyed), not to mention that communism ALWAYS results in people getting all of their rights taken away and made slaves to the government.  Given that my ancestral homeland was under the grizzly oppression of both Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union, my disgust for Nazism and communism can't be understated, but given how communism has killed far more people than Nazism, I find the hammer and sickle a more loathsome symbol than the swastika.

JOB/CAREER

Back then, I wanted to work in the animation industry and be the next Katsuhiro Otomo (the man who created the Akira manga and anime).  Now, I'm a Teamster working stiff slaving away for a giant shipping company doing two different jobs there who might possibly land their "dream job" within that company very soon.  The radical change in job goals was due to the job market in the creative sector being totally ruthless, and when I graduated from college nearly four and a half years ago with my intent in breaking in to that industry, I got sick of the lack of success and shifted gears to get out of the fast food job I held while I was in college and couldn't tolerate any longer.

That basically sums it all up.  Goodnight everyone.
  • Listening to: Styxhexenhammer666
  • Reading: Nothing
  • Watching: Styxhexenhammer666
  • Playing: Nothing
  • Eating: Nothing
  • Drinking: Jack Daniel's

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kirbygame126 Featured By Owner 4 hours ago
why is everyone likes Bart-Toons?

Didn't people know that he's request spammer, and Hating Anime for no real reason?
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Kozak-the-Insomniac Featured By Owner 1 hour ago  Hobbyist General Artist
I'm genuinely surprised he hasn't irritated every Loud House fan at this point.
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tomas89 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2017
Thanks for the fav!!!Flaaffy la 
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XenoTeeth3 Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks for the llama:D (Big Grin) 
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Kozak-the-Insomniac Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome!
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Extricorez Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2017
Thanks for watching dude
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Kozak-the-Insomniac Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
You're welcome! And thanks for adding me to your watch list as well!
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CrimsonCrunch97 Featured By Owner Aug 23, 2017  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks 4 the Fav🤘😙
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Kozak-the-Insomniac Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
You're most welcome!  That Leni drawing you made was ACE!
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NoobDestroyer64 Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2017
pretty frikin neat, du de
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