[06/13/19-06/16/19] Vic, Nick & Beard + Hero Hei, TUG, et al @ Anime Matsuri AKA Anime Mignogna - 6/14/19 Vic Directly Gives Nick Energy and Nick proceeds Jelly Bean TUG

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Expendable Zaku

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Moved this here since it's a better place.

I couldn't tell at first if she was talking about Vic, or Tug but she means TUG.

It was retweeted by the usual suspects.
Gail Simone: another fat, untalented danger hair hired by Marvel to promote bland, mediocre takes on WAMMEN heroines. Her tripe means nothing to me.
 

Hallstein995

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Not really related to vic, but these guys were also a great part of anime matsuri and had my favorite panel of the entire con.
 

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DrearyDoomguy

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Bonus: an Islamic license plate.

That wasn't even the most Islamic car there. Behold, true degeneracy.
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Some assorted thoughts on the con:
  • Vic's line was perma-packed. 5 minutes after the floor opened on sunday morning, there were already nearly ten people in line.
  • I'm not a huge fan of TUG or Hero's youtube content, but they seemed like pretty decent folk who just wanted to hang out with some internet buddies. Hero is a seriously skinny fella.
  • People were pretty good about giving Nick and Ty space when appropriate. You'd expect an internet meetup to result in a lot more social tone deafness, but it seems like Nick seems to attract people who know how to act like adults in spite of their general irreverence.
  • It seemed like the crowd of Rackets fans was pretty small due to their gradual appearance and disappearance on the con floor, at least until the panel on Friday. Roughly a quarter of a fairly large auditorium was occupied.
  • Given the general character of the Racketeers, any IRL gay ops would have likely been laughed off. Mostly a bunch of cool people with a good sense of humor.
  • I don't know if you'd call them full blown SJWs, but there were definitely a few lefties in attendance. a few people were wearing pride flags/tranny flags as capes, and one person cosplaying as Miku was carrying a cardboard hand sign with "LGBT" scrawled on it. A couple of Homestuck cosplayers as well.
  • Conversely, there was an edgy cosplay or two. One guy was dressed as Moonman, and was accompanied by someone either cosplaying as either Ben Garrison or Dale Gribble. The Moonman guy was also nonwhite, which only made it funnier.
  • Vic is ridiculously flamboyant in person. Listening to the guy and watching him, it starts to make sense how a few coordinated rumors could cast him in such a negative light. He's too good-natured for his own good.
  • He may be a relatively small guy, but he's got a huge voice. Maybe it's just because I've never really met an actor before, but the dude carried the room to an amazing level. In another lifetime, he could have followed in the footsteps of Ronnie James Dio.
  • The one hiccup where someone mentioned KickVic at the panel sounded like a kid with some sort of social disability who was genuinely upset. Late middle school to early high school, by my estimate. I can understand where he was coming from. You tend to have no filter at that age, especially when you've got some sort of social impairment.
  • I don't want to compromise my own privacy or that of other attendees coming from Rackets' camp, but I got the opportunity to interact with quite a few of them and there were a lot of interesting people from many different walks of life. Got to talk with Nick a bit as well, he's every bit as fun to chat with in person as he is to watch on Youtube.
All in all, a nice way to spend a Summer weekend, chock full of opportunities to completely blow your budget in spectacular fashion. No wonder the usual suspects were sperging so hard on Twitter; they wanted this thing to be a massive garbage fire, but instead it all went off without a hitch.
 

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That wasn't even the most Islamic car there. Behold, true degeneracy.
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Some assorted thoughts on the con:
  • Vic's line was perma-packed. 5 minutes after the floor opened on sunday morning, there were already nearly ten people in line.
  • I'm not a huge fan of TUG or Hero's youtube content, but they seemed like pretty decent folk who just wanted to hang out with some internet buddies. Hero is a seriously skinny fella.
  • People were pretty good about giving Nick and Ty space when appropriate. You'd expect an internet meetup to result in a lot more social tone deafness, but it seems like Nick seems to attract people who know how to act like adults in spite of their general irreverence.
  • It seemed like the crowd of Rackets fans was pretty small due to their gradual appearance and disappearance on the con floor, at least until the panel on Friday. Roughly a quarter of a fairly large auditorium was occupied.
  • Given the general character of the Racketeers, any IRL gay ops would have likely been laughed off. Mostly a bunch of cool people with a good sense of humor.
  • I don't know if you'd call them full blown SJWs, but there were definitely a few lefties in attendance. a few people were wearing pride flags/tranny flags as capes, and one person cosplaying as Miku was carrying a cardboard hand sign with "LGBT" scrawled on it. A couple of Homestuck cosplayers as well.
  • Conversely, there was an edgy cosplay or two. One guy was dressed as Moonman, and was accompanied by someone either cosplaying as either Ben Garrison or Dale Gribble. The Moonman guy was also nonwhite, which only made it funnier.
  • Vic is ridiculously flamboyant in person. Listening to the guy and watching him, it starts to make sense how a few coordinated rumors could cast him in such a negative light. He's too good-natured for his own good.
  • He may be a relatively small guy, but he's got a huge voice. Maybe it's just because I've never really met an actor before, but the dude carried the room to an amazing level. In another lifetime, he could have followed in the footsteps of Ronnie James Dio.
  • The one hiccup where someone mentioned KickVic at the panel sounded like a kid with some sort of social disability who was genuinely upset. Late middle school to early high school, by my estimate. I can understand where he was coming from. You tend to have no filter at that age, especially when you've got some sort of social impairment.
  • I don't want to compromise my own privacy or that of other attendees coming from Rackets' camp, but I got the opportunity to interact with quite a few of them and there were a lot of interesting people from many different walks of life. Got to talk with Nick a bit as well, he's every bit as fun to chat with in person as he is to watch on Youtube.
All in all, a nice way to spend a Summer weekend, chock full of opportunities to completely blow your budget in spectacular fashion. No wonder the usual suspects were sperging so hard on Twitter; they wanted this thing to be a massive garbage fire, but instead it all went off without a hitch.

Did you check out Reuben Langdon or Doug Jones?
 

king of pickles

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That wasn't even the most Islamic car there. Behold, true degeneracy.
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Some assorted thoughts on the con:
  • Vic's line was perma-packed. 5 minutes after the floor opened on sunday morning, there were already nearly ten people in line.
  • I'm not a huge fan of TUG or Hero's youtube content, but they seemed like pretty decent folk who just wanted to hang out with some internet buddies. Hero is a seriously skinny fella.
  • People were pretty good about giving Nick and Ty space when appropriate. You'd expect an internet meetup to result in a lot more social tone deafness, but it seems like Nick seems to attract people who know how to act like adults in spite of their general irreverence.
  • It seemed like the crowd of Rackets fans was pretty small due to their gradual appearance and disappearance on the con floor, at least until the panel on Friday. Roughly a quarter of a fairly large auditorium was occupied.
  • Given the general character of the Racketeers, any IRL gay ops would have likely been laughed off. Mostly a bunch of cool people with a good sense of humor.
  • I don't know if you'd call them full blown SJWs, but there were definitely a few lefties in attendance. a few people were wearing pride flags/tranny flags as capes, and one person cosplaying as Miku was carrying a cardboard hand sign with "LGBT" scrawled on it. A couple of Homestuck cosplayers as well.
  • Conversely, there was an edgy cosplay or two. One guy was dressed as Moonman, and was accompanied by someone either cosplaying as either Ben Garrison or Dale Gribble. The Moonman guy was also nonwhite, which only made it funnier.
  • Vic is ridiculously flamboyant in person. Listening to the guy and watching him, it starts to make sense how a few coordinated rumors could cast him in such a negative light. He's too good-natured for his own good.
  • He may be a relatively small guy, but he's got a huge voice. Maybe it's just because I've never really met an actor before, but the dude carried the room to an amazing level. In another lifetime, he could have followed in the footsteps of Ronnie James Dio.
  • The one hiccup where someone mentioned KickVic at the panel sounded like a kid with some sort of social disability who was genuinely upset. Late middle school to early high school, by my estimate. I can understand where he was coming from. You tend to have no filter at that age, especially when you've got some sort of social impairment.
  • I don't want to compromise my own privacy or that of other attendees coming from Rackets' camp, but I got the opportunity to interact with quite a few of them and there were a lot of interesting people from many different walks of life. Got to talk with Nick a bit as well, he's every bit as fun to chat with in person as he is to watch on Youtube.
All in all, a nice way to spend a Summer weekend, chock full of opportunities to completely blow your budget in spectacular fashion. No wonder the usual suspects were sperging so hard on Twitter; they wanted this thing to be a massive garbage fire, but instead it all went off without a hitch.

Reminds me, that one kid during the panel who mentioned kickvic probably noticed that his question was a bit of a downer. After the panel he went to where TUG was recording the panel and repeated the same thing, as if to explain himself. Vic solved it the right way, unlike Rial and Marchie do. Same for the drunk guy on Sunday.
 

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Panel over now, Vic cut it a bit short to go back to the people in line for his signing. Quick rundown and some timestamps
I noticed at about 17:02 Vic identifies TUG by name (well, as "TUG") when he's congratulating the fathers. Just struck me since I expect Vic to know Nick, but not necessarily TUG. Wonder if Vic also knows the other youtubers like Hero Hei.
 

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I noticed at about 17:02 Vic identifies TUG by name (well, as "TUG") when he's congratulating the fathers. Just struck me since I expect Vic to know Nick, but not necessarily TUG. Wonder if Vic also knows the other youtubers like Hero Hei.

In TUG's stream today, one of the superchats that came in was from one of the members of his audience that was at Anime Matsuri. This person told Vic who "TUG" was, but not "ThatUmbrellaGuy." You can see this if you watch when TUG first talks to Vic, Vic's expression change when TUG mentions that he goes by "TUG."
 
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king of pickles

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Reuben Langdon's "What is Reality" panel part 2:


Doug Jones' panel:

Has to be redone. The merging went wrong, so there are around 20 mins missing.


Bonus weeb cars. Some of those are the everyday car of their owners. I can't imagine what kind of reaction they get on a daily base.


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Reuben Langdon's "What is Reality" panel part 2:


Doug Jones' panel:

Has to be redone. The merging went wrong, so there are around 20 mins missing.


Bonus weeb cars. Some of those are the everyday car of their owners. I can't imagine what kind of reaction they get on a daily base.


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I’ll take my lashings like a weeb, I really dig the idol weebmobiles.
 

king of pickles

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I’ll take my lashings like a weeb, I really dig the idol weebmobiles.
You're not alone there. Loved the googly eyes on Zero Two. She was on both sides and the engine hood and all had those googly eyes. And the license plate was H3NT4I. Also loved the NICO NI car with the matching license plate. And as Gran Turismo player I loved those two R32 GTRs. Talked to two owners, those were neither pimply skinny weebs nor fat neckbeard weebs.

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ColtWalker1847

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Reuben Langdon's "What is Reality" panel part 2:


Doug Jones' panel:

Has to be redone. The merging went wrong, so there are around 20 mins missing.


Bonus weeb cars. Some of those are the everyday car of their owners. I can't imagine what kind of reaction they get on a daily base.


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These are a lot less impressive when you realize that they are just decal wraps. It's the shit realtors put on their cars but with 2d waifus.

Also ponycar gave me cancer. It's not just that MLP is terrible but that car is a legit piece of shit. Look at the dents, how crappy the paint is, didn't mask off the grill right, etc. That turd is going to be in the scrapyard within the year.
 

kidatari

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Reuben Langdon's "What is Reality" panel part 2:


Doug Jones' panel:

Has to be redone. The merging went wrong, so there are around 20 mins missing.


Bonus weeb cars. Some of those are the everyday car of their owners. I can't imagine what kind of reaction they get on a daily base.


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not much into anime as I use to be, but I am a car person, well specific cars.
And I wasn't expecting to see any cars at AM
that being said, WTF, two R32s, very awesome.
And I been thinking in getting a R32 but if I had a choice, would be a R33

thanks for the pics
 

JosephTX

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not much into anime as I use to be, but I am a car person, well specific cars.
And I wasn't expecting to see any cars at AM
that being said, WTF, two R32s, very awesome.
And I been thinking in getting a R32 but if I had a choice, would be a R33

thanks for the pics
R33s aren't legal until next year.
 

Laughing-Man

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Well we got a juicy lead about BAMs gay ops.
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So a year ago a guy dressed as an SS officer showed up at AM, took over a panel that had been vacated by guests that had been scared off by Boycott Anime Matsuri, and read Ann Frank x Super Sayan Hitler fanfiction to an audience. This is the story that got spread around. Heck garbage tier website Bleeding Cool even Had an article about it

Now the actual story that didn’t make the rounds was that according to Hero Hei’s guest this goy is a good friend of one of the ringleaders for BAM. Can someone try and verify this, because I’m sure that AM’s upcoming lawsuit would love to depose this individual about the juicy details of his Spergery.

To be very clear, this was almost certainly premeditated, he knew a panel would be clear at the very last minute (like a day or so forewarning IIRC), had ordered an of the shelf SS uniform and gas mask for the occasion (even assuming amazon prime shipping he would have had to order it before the panel was canceled), and had written Ann Frank X Hitler fanfic for the occasion.

If he was with BAM that would explain why his identity was never circulated, why no one tried to find him, why SJWs who will destroy you life because you wore the wrong hat one day didn’t chase the literal nazi to the ends of the earth. All rather suspicious don’t you think?

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It’s also quite the coincidence that the first post mentioning this tagged in BAM. But BAM didn’t retweet or repost the image. They did mention it in text based tweets though. It’s almost like it would have been to easy to tie him to them if they did. not going to say Gay Op, but I think a Texas jury would certainly like to draw that conclusion.
 
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