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When watching anime, one can have one out of 5 mind sets.
1. The Critical Mind.
The Critical minds are people like my good friend neo. They analize what is good and bad about each anime, and analize every detail in the anime. They focus when watching and then enjoy. There is nothing bad about having a critical mind though. The world needs critics.
2. The Open Mind.
The open Mind are people like me. We focus more on enjoying the anime first and then analizing it. Hence, we are less negative when reviewing the anime. that is not to say there can not be any anime we hate, or give all the anime we watch a 5 star rating. We are just more linient than those with a critical mind. There is also nothing wrong with this mindset.
3. The Pop-Fag Mind.
These people just say that everything that is popular is good. This mindset is not a good one to have. While, I agree, Blech is good, it is not "Teh best THING EVAR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!". There are plenty of anime out there that is better, such as Kino's Journey, Durarara, and Haruhi.
4. The Anti-Pop.
These people are the polar oposite of the Pop-Fags. They believe that if something is polpular, it has to be bad. This is also not a good mindset to have. Cowboy Beop is popular, because it's awesome, and, while Bleach isn't the best anime, it's alright, even though it is a bit silly.
5. The Mindless.
These are the people who watch any anime and giving it a 5 star rating. This is not an ideal mindset, but it's better than being a Pop-Fag or an Anti-Pop. I believe that there are some not so good anime out there, but these people don't. They are easier to teach than the 2 above about the ups and downs of anime. And with the right teachers, they can learn that not everything is good, but there are still plenty of good things out there.