Darth's idea of constructive criticism was constantly whinging on the same nitpicks and blowing them way out of proportion over and over.
You had the chapter two weeks ago where Law "died" (which we knew was not going to stick) and he kept harping on it over and over how it sucked because the end of the chapter relied on a degree of concern for Law and how there was no tension (never mind how well presented the scene was or even god forbid looking at the rest of the chapter) and Oda is awful for ending his chapter like that and therefore the entire chapter sucks and has no redeeming value and this arc sucks because Oda still hasn't explained what Fujitora is doing and yadda yadda yadda, rinse and repeat every goddamn chapter.
There's a reason we don't single out other posters who give negative comments because they give balanced, constructive critcisms where they're clearly looking for something postive and want to like the series and when they complain, it's usually about something different or told from a different perspective. Darth's "constructive" criticism felt like a guy who would hate a chapter no matter what, that he would look for something minor and petty to blow out of proportion and any positive comments he made were very few and felt more like he randomly chose them to try and present the image that he was fair and balanced instead of the nitpicky belly acher that he was.
I've said it before and I'll say it again, good riddance!
Good riddance? Jesus christ people are way too sensitive. That cliffhanger about Law was cheesy as hell and plenty of people posted their dissatisfaction. But because Darth is Darth, only his critisism got noticed.
You know there were a couple of chapters which he praised and had no critisism for. You know how many replies he got for the praise? Zero. You know why? Because praise is boring as hell. Way too often people are even forcing themselves to look past the obvious flaws. It's funny how people will commend something - often with a boring two-liner - but critisism? No, no you can't have that in a forum. Yes, One Piece has a certain target audience. Does that mean everything Oda does is correct? No, it doesn't. And sadly many people just won't accept this and force themselves to find explanations to flaws, that should just be accepted as exactly that, because One Piece has plenty of them like any other shonen.