Why was Barricade so... agitated?

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  1. Bluebe6

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    In DOTM, Barricade seemed really pissed off, like really ticked.

    I mean at one point he grabs a protoform and pushes him to the ground...

    From 0:20 to to 0:25

    TF3 Nest Team Attack Decepticons - YouTube

    Anyone know what his deal was?
     
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    Because Soundwave was just killed and the Autobots escaped?

    I'd be pissed too if my boss and half my coworkers were just killed right before the CEO showed up.
     
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    This.

    And he was probably trying to show out in front of Shockwave. Make it look like he had it under control.
     
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    You'd be pretty pissed off if you were a giant robot and you were too busy getting killed by baby bullets and pixy stix.
     
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    Basically this.
     
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    I didn't know pixy stix were specially-crafted explosives designed specifically to destroy robots designed by robots of the same species.

    Also I didn't see any TFs die from regular gun fire. I never even saw them injured by small arms gunfire. (only sniper rounds, which do a lot more damage then SMGs) Hard to be killed by what can merely "jack up" your circuts. Only explosives ever had any effect on them.
     
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    That hadn't happened yet. And besides, the "pixie stix" were Que's boomsticks.
     
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    LoL *high five*
     
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    Also I don't know if he knew, but aside from being nonsense in this context, "baby bullet" is a baby food maker. Specifically a household appliance used to make organic baby food and storing it, so I have no idea what that's even supposed to mean.
     
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    I'm beginning to think no one has a sense of humor here.
     
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    A sense of humour can only be expressed where humour is found, after all.
     
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    I'm sorry it went over your head. I thought the "baby bullet" reference was somewhat of a common gag when referencing the movies.
     
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    PaladinVance Watch your step.

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    there decepticons
     
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    I thought it was only 85%.
     
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    The remaining % is the word "super."

    I understood it perfectly.

    It just wasn't funny.
     
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    We do, lol, that's why I high-fived him.
     
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    You mean, "They're"? "There", which you stated, would be referring to a location.
     
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    Soundwave owed him 50 bucks.
     
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    No, he actually meant "There".

    And you don't need a comma after "You mean". Regardless of whether or not you are quoting him, it's not required. Also, he didn't capitalize his sentence or properly-punctuate, but you missed that.
     

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