I get some frustrating comments here at the blog. Thankfully, I have to approve every message that comes through and I can choose whether one person's hateful bile gets published or not so most of its gets largely sent to the internet dumpster never to be seen again. I received one today, however, that I wanted to share because it showed off a particularly depressing, but also quite relevant, point of view. I didn't approve the message, but I'm sharing it here because it made me raise an eyebrow. It's not your simply "yr so dumb, u dont no anything" type of comment that occasionally pops up, that's for sure.
the gay text of Happy Feet Two and be amazed at the general incompetency of it all.
it wasnt just the krill which my 5 year old boy, got upset when those two shared a creapy embrance and talking about havin kids "boys cant have babies". The puffin bird, is clearly gay, musical number etc. kids should not be subjected to any of this, they dont understand whats going on and its even on the disney channel ( fred the show). KIDS SHOULD NOT BE WATCHING TO CLEARLY MALE CARTOONS acting this way. Im angry and sad the first one was so good and they ruined this one.For starters, HELLO GRAMMAR AND SPELLING. I'm not sure what a "creapy embrance" is, but I don't think I want to learn given the tone of "Karie- Mother!"'s comment. Apostrophes and capital letters are your friend, use them.
Secondly, I find it peculiar that she (and I am fairly positive it is her, not her five-year-old son, who is the disturbed one) infers that any male character who sings within the context of a musical ("musical numbers etc") must be a homosexual. Somebody send this woman a copy of West Side Story, pronto! How about Singin' in the Rain, Moulin Rouge!, An American in Paris or, you know, any musical ever made. Heaven forbid a man should express his feelings for a character in song, amiright?!? Does "Karie- Mother!" shield her child from the joy and beauty of Disney musicals, too? How about Beauty and the Beast from 1991? Surely the arrogant lumberjack, Ganton, is one of most masculine, heterosexual characters to ever exist in a musical and yet there he is singing like a fool. I guess he must be a secret queer.
Basically the entire comment was a mess and I couldn't take any of it seriously, but wanted to bring it to light. Something this dramatically dumb doesn't arrive in the inbox of my blog all that often so why not splash it all around for the world to see when it does? "Karie- Mother!" if you're out there, your child deserves better.