Originally Posted by Konnaha_yellow_flash
So why do I keep fighting... Because it is not hard to fight the likes you
Careful with spewing so much denial that is almost at its lethal dose, you might kill someone!
The very fact you have to make several threads about the issue and jump in the very moment you see the issue being discussed tells you're having hard time even catching up to others, much less claim any advantage. The very fact you have to bring up the same, already debunked arguments and panels and there's an absurdly high chance that the so called evidence is completely taken out of context (being the prime examples linking a moment of character development and another of comic relief and twist them beyond recognition) tells that you're desperate to be proven right and somehow have some retribution from all the egging you had.
Sorry, but all signs point out that you lost from the start and you're on a excruciatingly long session of damage control. Why not just stop this foolishness and stay put. After all, if you're indeed right, Kishimoto surely will do something about it, don't you think? Why waste your breath if you're not convincing anyone at the time?
Like I said before, why don't you focus on something more constructive (and that people here might like a lot considering past experiences) and start that fiction you talked about? Personally, I'd rather enjoy reading that instead of your incessant ramblings.