to trading standards http://www.tradingstandards.net/ i have had enough of all this abuse in your irc chat room and its not just me, so start treating people with respect, bugula and watchd0g, are to of the people who walk a very thin line.
Watchd0g is not a person. The fact that you didn't pick up on this probably means that you made an idiot of yourself and got banned fast enough to not have any idea what goes on in the channel (hint: those folks aren't there for 1337 ISOz). People get banned from #segaxtreme all the time; it is almost never permanent. Besides, if you can't take a little abuse on IRC, there's a fairly simple solution that doesn't mess with anyone else - stop using IRC. Threatening to "report" SX is childish, and is likely to just get you banned from the message board too. You might think you get a lot of crap from people in the IRC channel, but I can guarantee that Arakon, Skank, and bug have to put up with a lot more shit than you do, and I doubt that they're going to suddenly respect you because you've decided to make incoherent threats.so start treating people with respect, bugula and watchd0g, are to of the people who walk a very thin line.
I find it kind of strange how many people despise Dragonball Z (but never Dragonball in general, it seems) for no obvious reason, beyond perhaps "I watched it once and it didn't have any plot." (which I guess can't be such a surprising reaction if one was raised on purely episodic shows) There's plenty of stuff to criticize about it, but I'm starting to think that a lot of self-styled "anime fans" are really just using it as a low-risk way of being nonconformist (compared to, say, endorsing socialism or polygamy), and DBZ has simply become too popular for their liking. This might tie in to the "warez" aspect of it, which some people seem to get into for the sole reason that it's illegal.Their rules stated "No mention of DBZ", but it was fine for them to blatantly pirate products still available in the market, some less than a month old.