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    • 5 years ago


      So, it turns out that Michael has two beds in his Minecraft world. One is for himself and the other is for Lindsay when she's in the Let's Plays.


    • Dammit

      5 years ago












      Special thanks to these assholes: x

    • The Wolf on Wall Street

      5 years ago


      If you're not seeing that movie, what are you doing with your life?

    • RTX Documentary

      6 years ago


      So, here's some moar RTX bullshit, but now it's condensed down to a 23-minute long video posted on my main YouTube channel. Here you go.


    • 6 years ago


      Ray, you're officially 20,000% cooler


    • 6 years ago


      So, I heard the new Let's Play is 2 hours long.


    • RTX! Part 2

      6 years ago


      The line for the mixer wasn't long, but the retractabelts that divided the line made the walk to the end of the ballroom go from 30 seconds to 5 minutes long. I was one of the very first to get on line, so the wait was pretty long, but worth it, because the earliest to the party experiences the most. Once the mixer began, I started roaming around seeing if any of the staff arrived earlier than anyone else. I encountered Caleb once again, and got an autograph from him to add to my collection of autographs that were written on my weekend pass. I also encountered Ray at the mixer, but in a very brief and awkward way. I went to the front of the crowd and said, "HI RAY!!!", and he replied with: "HI....Bye, I actually have to leave now." Yeah, you can tell that I'm really smooth. After 20 minutes of waiting for action to occur, the insanity ensued.

      First, the attendees initiated a dance party centered in the center of ballroom, which expanded then broke off into separate dancing sessions. I took part by running around the center as it grew overtime for no reason whatsoever. I don't know what the fuck I was thinking, lol. Then, a conga-line started from the back of the ballroom to the front, and then turned into a 10 minute run around the ballroom with everybody's hands on someone's shoulder keeping the conga-line together. It was exhausting, but FUCKING. WORTH. IT. Finally, the traditional tossing of the grifball took place in the ballroom, with the attendees repeatedly shouting the following phrases:



      MARK NUTT!


      YID ON ME!

      Another reason why I'm obviously the most awkward man on the planet is that I wanted to take a picture with someone that looked like Caiti, but I couldn't tell if it was her or not. She looked very similar to her and had an Australian accent like Caiti did, but I was still ambivalent. After 2 minutes of awkwardly pacing, I finally had the courage to ask her if I could take a picture with her, however, she noticed that I was hovering over her just walking in circles wondering why I was doing that. She looked anxious and kind of scared, almost as if I was trying to stalk, but she complied with my request to take a picture with her (BTW, she was dressed up as the tower of pimps):


      After I took the picture, I explained to her why I was awkwardly pacing around her and how she looked like Caiti, but was really not sure if it was actually her. Turns out, it wasn't actually her. FUCK, MY, LIFE. T_T

      Anyway, moving on from there, I headed my way down to the front of the ballroom where I encountered Kathleen, received an autograph from her, and took a picture with her, where I probably fucked it all up, lol:


      Working my way through the droves of RTX attendees and guardians, there was a large circle of people surrounding Gus, so, I thought it would be nice to jump on the Gus bandwagon. It was about 30 minutes before I finally reached the end of the line until I finally got an autograph from Gus, but this was special, because it was on my camera that I use to take pictures and record video. Almost immediately after Gus is done signing my camera, he fake-takes it from me, probably because it would make for good video footage, because at the time, I was recording this all on video.


      I was also able to get autographs from Brandon, Jordan, Kathleen, Kara, and Chris.


      However, the most memorable event that happened that night was at the very end, where Barbara was half-drunk, signing autographs and taking pictures with attendees. As I got to the front line, the very first question that I asked Barbara was, "Can you hear anything? Because I can't hear shit!". She replied with, "I can hear you, don't worry." I was able to get one more photo before I left, so, here it is:


      Her last words before I left the mixer was, "It was really nice meeting you. :D" I kept those words in my head throughout the walk back to the hotel, not sure why, because she probably said that to 20 other people taking pictures with her, but I still cherish it today.

      Day 3:

      Unfortunately, Day 3 of RTX didn't last very long because my flight from Austin to New York was at 9:55, so my final moments were trying to participate briefly in the Slow-Mo Guys Water Balloon Live-Action Shoot. However, the line was very long, and it took the guardians a while to individually hand out 2 water balloons, and I had to leave at 8:15. I had to give out my 2 water balloons then leave the convention center for my flight, which was painful to do. Again, FUCK JFK INTERNATIONAL.

      So, overall, it was an awesome experience, but it could have been a lot better. Hopefully, RTX 2014 boasts more panels and more action, so that the attendees will have even more of a memorable event. Hopefully, I get to see some of you guys next year! :D <3

    • RTX! Part 1

      6 years ago


      Well, this journal may come out very incoherently because I'm shaking due to the post-RTX depression. RTX exceeded my expectations, and I thought that I would just be another fan looking to solely attend panels and receive autographs from the staff. Well, that happened, but there was more to that.

      Day 1:

      I arrive in beautiful Austin, check into the hotel, and immediately go to the convention center. Unfortunately, I missed the premiere episode of RWBY, the Artists of the RT Community panel, and the live-action Surgeon Simulator Rage Quit with Dr. Jones and Dr. Free aka Team Nice Dynamite , all because my flight was delayed Don't ever go to JFK International , but there was still an opportunity for me to have some fun. The very first thing I do (after I get my weekend pass) is go to the store and buy myself a red Let's Play t-shirt and a Achievement Hunter Minecraft poster. After acquiring my gubbins, I headed up to the 2nd floor were they were hosting the RT Films/Short panel. Unfortunately, it was too late for me to enter the panel, and the line was already cut off. Heading my way to the escalators, I stumbled upon Kerry taking pictures with some fans, so I decided to intervene, and....well, this happened:


      This was the only picture I took with a staff member that day, however, the day didn't end on that note. I headed back down the escalator to the Main Hall just in time to see the GTA IV Let's Play with Geoff, Jack, Ray, Michael, Gavin and Ryan. I would talk about the entire duration of the Let's Play but this journal would never end. After the Let's Play completed and the convention was wrapping up, Ray decided to come down and sign autographs for fans that have been anxiously awaiting for quite possibly the best thing that has ever happened in their entire life. I came up to him and got one of the last autographs from him that day. Even though RTX Day 1 had wrapped up, the fun didn't stop at that point.

      When I got back to the hotel, the lines for the elevators were enormous, as they stretched out to the middle of the lobby. Then, a dramatic turn of events occurred. "Are you serious?" A recognizable voice broke the thick veil of the voices of RoosterTeeth fans. Only one with such power has the ability to do this, but who? Ray Narvaez, Jr. aka BrownMan . Nearly everybody turned to Ray in hopes of interaction. However, with my infinite wisdom, I decided to be the first of something that probably most would do. At the top of lungs I started repeating these famous sentences: NO RAY IN! NO RAY OUT! Sorry, Barbara . Ray scrambles for the entrance to the hotel, but is unable to escape, as the chant initiated a mob of fans that surrounded Ray almost completely. Ray eventually gave in and decided to interact with approximately 50 or so fans.

      I apologize for how pretentious that description was.

      Day 2:

      Morning timeline (Not important): Wake up, leave the hotel, get Starbucks, get back to the hotel, drink coffee, go to the convention center.

      Once I arrive there, there was a long line to get into the exhibit halls for the RT Store and etc. It was approximately 15 minutes waiting in line before....X-RAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYYYYY Not actually in his suit or with Vav started prancing through the line interacting with some fans, signing autographs, and just having some fun before the AH panel. As the main hall opened at 9 AM, the fans let loose and decided to go apeshit in preparation for the following AH panel. I decided to get an RT Podcast poster, and a set of AH slap-bands (which by the way, are FUCKING AWESOME!!!!!).

      I got onto the line for the AH panel, without realizing that I was one of the very last to get into the panel. While finding a seat in the ballroom, X-Ray and Vav made an appearance at the panel. The AH guys did a Q&A with the audience, and I participated, but never got to ask a question. At one point, the Slenderman made an appearance on the mic for a question, but as he usually goes, he says nothing. I wanted to come up to the mic and battle with the Slenderman but I was afraid of losing my spot. Fuck. Eventually, Mogar took care of things, then Jack was asked to do and did the truffle shuffle before the panel ended, which was a pleasant surprise. Oh, and BTW, #FreeEdgar2013 2003 .

      I went back to the hotel to have lunch, then went back to the convention center to attend the Trocadero panel. The panel didn't start for an hour, so I decided to roam around the convention center to see if I could get an autograph from anybody that works at RoosterTeeth. I found Barbara Dunkelman just hanging out right outside one of the meeting rooms. I got an autograph from her, and went directly to the Trocadero panel. It was nice to be informed about the music on RvB, ask Nico questions about the music and learn about the evolution of Trocadero.

      I headed my way down to the Slow Mo Guys panel down in the main hall only to realize that I was on the wrong line the entire time I was waiting. Well, fuck. Even though I missed the panel in real life, I still got to see the panel stream on the big screen. After the SMG panel, I worked my way up to the second floor where the biggest party in Austin, aka the Attendee Mixer, was taking place. Along the way, I encountered a wild Caleb, so I decided to take one last picture with a staff member before I went to the mixer.


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    • 6 years ago


      Happy 40th Birthday to the almighty, god-like, and incredible, BURNIE BURRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRNSSS!!!!! Burnie Vurns on iTunes

    • 6 years ago


      Wow, haven't post a journal in a while...

      Well, since I have nothing to say and want to stay up to date with journal entries:


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    • verd FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold All4FUN

      5 years ago

      I am from NYC

    • conrad500

      6 years ago

      That I was :D

    • JJ FIRST Member Star(s) Indication of membership status - One star is a FIRST member, two stars is Double Gold

      6 years ago

      Hey Jake, thanks for the add!

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