February 24, 2012

To his friend...

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  1. Yup, couldn't agree more. For me its the cosplayers. Seriously, way to negative things everybody think about y'all.

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    1. I think you mean "negate" and not "negative" but I agree with you completely.

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    2. Actually is was "reinforce the negative things..."

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  2. Oh Hey! Dr. Cube T-Shirt!

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  3. smartypants.2/24/2012 11:05 AM

    Yeah, Cosplayers really do squeeze the last bit of credibility out of the whole thing.

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  4. Cosplayers aren't hurting anyone, they're just having fun (of course, with my current body type I would never cosplay, but that's just me being self-conscious). Mainly, whenever I leave a convention, I feel like I need a way better paying job, haha.

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  5. Google Yaya Han, cosplayers are a very welcome addition to cons.

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  6. Yaya Han? Your defense of cosplayers is some half-naked girl? Ah good, there's that credibility you were looking for... You know who's worse than the people at comic conventions? The people on this comic's comments page.

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    1. Ummm, come on dude- that's a pretty damn good defense...

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    2. Some of them, anyway. Here's the mirror.

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  7. You know who's worse than the people on this comic's comments page? HITLER.

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    1. -Hey, watch out for that Adolf Hitler. He's a bad egg.

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    2. Adolf Hitler2/24/2012 8:18 PM

      Hey now. That hurts :(

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    3. Cheer up, Adolf. That was a low blow and I totally saw it coming a mile away.

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    4. Cosplayers dressed up as Hitler are always a welcome addition at comic cons

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  8. You know who'se worse than Hitler? STEPHENIE MEYER.

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    1. Comparing Stephanie Meyer to Hitler? That's an insult to Hitler!

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  9. I think it would be less about the cosplayers and more the entitled conversations that happen.

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  10. It's the people who go to conventions and whine about cosplayers and everything else under the sun while they're there that make it no fun. The bitchers and the moaners are what make conventions a hassle, they spoil it for themselves. The people who go there with the intention of having fun, like the folks who dress up, are what make conventions worth going to.

    If conventions were Christmas, this comments section would be full of Grinch's.

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  11. There is nothing wrong with Cosplayers and there is nothing wrong with Cons... There is only something wrong with people. That's something you'll always have to deal with- anyplace you go... Complain about more insignificant shit for the sake of complaining why don't you all... Anonymous 11:49 hit the nail on the head.

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    1. I agree there's Nothing wrong with Cosplayers, King. But what about Hitler?

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  12. Why is everyone talking about cosplayers? I think this guy might be talking about spending his money on admission and looking for comics all day. That's how I took it.

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  13. Cons seem to bring out the loud overweight autistic girl/guy with poor hygiene and its their fist time outside in weeks.

    You just thought of someone specific you know, Didn't you?

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  14. Yeah, cuz robbing people dressed in cotumes in the parking lot isn't very profitable.

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  15. I feel the same way every time I have to shell out for my pull list.

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