http://pastebin.com/4QgFv4NK I know pastebin blows but, again the sandbox is bloblocked for me. Apologies. I know the format is off and I need bolding and such, but it will be fixed if/when I post it.
I really hope that substituting Robot Chicken clips for substantive criticism doesn't catch on.
EDIT: I will say that "I don't find this funny" is a valid point in -J feedback, because while normal SCPs can go for any sort of feeling, -Js have one that they have to achieve to be a success. And, while it's always better to explain why you don't find something funny, you often can't, because comedy is difficult to quantifiably dissect.
That said, linking to a YouTube video is a very smarmy and dismissive way of making that point. It's also not funny either.
Seeing as Bright got on to me for making a two word critique, I don't think this will end any differently. Substantial critiques are better.
"This isn't funny" is a perfectly legit way to shoot down a poorly made -J.
Furthermore, it's a lesser evil to posting nothing , because then, it looks like nobody's read the draft, or only one-two people who bothered to write half a fucking book about it. And thing there is, criticism is pretty often subjective, so dismissing it in some such cases is pretty often perfectly justified - if there's a lot, even short posts, it demonstrates it's the prevalent opinion. Which is something downvotes do when something is posted on-site.
Well, it's perfectly fine to say "this isn't funny" as a review for a -J. The main issue is giving reviews that don't help much, like the post I made saying simply "CLINICAL TONE" on another draft.
That's neither helpful nor funny in its own right, Smapti. Next time you post a critique, make it a substantial one.