Comment on George Takei to Hollywood: “Quit Whitewashing Anime” by Adiroth:

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You miserable little dipshit. This guy is practically speaking for anime fans like you & you go on a snide homophobe remark.

Trolls are supposed to be funny. You fail in so many ways it’s even sad.

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