The point is, Mr Kettle, if you want to call out on the translator's shitty job, it's all you.
But if you want to call them names, it doesn't help your cause if you exhibit the exact same characteristics (in this case, looking down on them in a holier-than-thou attitude) you accuse them of. It's NOT going to go well for you making the point.
I agree with you that some of those translations are pretty shoddy, and I'm guilty of making fun of them as well.
But calling them arrogant assholes while being an arrogant asshole is a boomerang that's sure to smack you right in the face.
Just be an arrogant asshole. Don't call them out for being one. It's safer that way.
"I hate asian people." <- this is a racist asshole.
"I hate asian people, because they are so racist." <- this is a racist asshole that makes no sense.
Hence the Kettle-pot analogy.
EDIT: You can sig that quote btw. :ninja: "Just be an arrogant asshole. It's safer that way."
Hmm, I have to disagree with myself being arrogant and if I've seemed to be so, I'm sorry.
In fact, I didn't call them by their names because I didn't mean one particular guy. I'm fed up with certain few people, some of them are really biased douche-bags. Heck, some of them even have a PhD.
I could only look down on them if I could be better and quicker than them, which is, in fact, possible considering a friend of mine working in the printing service when Jump's printed.
But I don't want to bother my friends just because I need something. I can as well go myself and buy Jump early on Mons, a week before.
I can't speak about the entirety of Asians, but some of them are, no doubt, racists. If you know what I mean to say.
Probably as big racists as it is everywhere else, but the fact remains.
Hah, don't tempt the fate, La Barbe bleue.