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Discussion in 'Christian Weston Chandler' started by JohnConstantine, Mar 28, 2014.
If you look at any if his old bedroom pics, all of his Legos have a layer of dust/grime on them
Do you think 18-year-old Chris would see what a trainwreck his life would become, see the tomgirlism and assume he was turning into a HOMO, or do you think he'd see future-him as living the dream?
But he DOES keep all his friends. In cages. In his personal cartoon hellscape.
He'd see the (tom)girl of his dreams and marry her.
I think someone else mentioned how odd it would be to see Chris's entry but not be aware of the magnificence that is Christian Weston Chandler.
I can't help but think anyone not knowing Chris would assume it was an entry by a genuinely mentally impaired man. You know, the type who would need a caretaker.
Chris doesn't connect femininity in men with homosexuality. TV does, but it's too subtle an idea for Chris to have noticed.
I don't know, without considering Chris, it'd just look like some lego stuff.
I meant if someone could see the entry and the person entering (so a picture of the creation and Chris). Only because one would assume an adult could make something of a bit more quality.
I don't know why I thought you'd see the entry and the enter-ee. But without it, yea, you're probably right.
At first I thought those robot guys were some kind of Daft Punk reference. Chris making a very forced pun makes a lot more sense.
Just for clarification, the competition has six categories: Robots, Pirates, Imaginator (anything goes) Happify (make Unikitty happy? what?) and Awesomize (take something mundane and make it awesome)
At the very least, Chris turned the mundanity of his high school experience into something that raises a quizzical eyebrow-for all the wrong reasons.
He took his load of free tugboat money and did the exact opposite.
Maybe nobody cares, but the original large image is here: https://theawesomealliance.lego.com/media/gallery_images/756b9c90-86ec-465a-8679-e07334c5bbc6.JPG
The exif data is complete.
Taken with Apple iPhone 4 on March 25, 2014 6:28 PM. The GPS coordinates for the photo are 38.191906, -78.386672. And here is the google maps location for that house. https://www.google.com/maps/place/3...6672,720m/data=!3m2!1e3!4b1!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0x0
5601 Flintstone Dr
Barboursville, VA 22923
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Wow, obtaining the adress from an image? It's amazing how google can be used like this, it never really occurs to me.
But the location looks nicer than the old house, there's a lake!
I am so never up-loading anything to the internets ever again. It's too spooky what info you can accidentally give away!
Looks like it's only a few minutes from his old house.
Anyways, it was only a matter of time before Chris found a way to reveal his current location.
Ahaha, . This is some CSI level shit. I mean, I know how exif data works and stuff, but, of all the ways for Chris to dox his temp location, it's through exif data. I'm very amused.
Someone grabbing your location through exif data isn't really doxing yourself. It's easy for a normal person to forget about that stuff, much less someone like OPL.
Oh, sure, it's pretty reasonable for even a normal person to fuck that up. I don't think that "doxing" implies leaking your personal information in a stupid way, just any way at all.