Jeremy Hambly (known online as either Unsleeved Media, MidWestly, and more commonly as The Quartering) is an overweight skeptic YouTuber from Wisconsin who's main claim to fame is that he "knows Sargon". His videos can best be described as "antisocial personality" meets "mentally handicapped", with his YouTube videos being so dull and his prose so slow that one can watch them at faster speeds and still understand him completely. His content is lackluster, and his opinions mundane but he claims they're 'spicy', thus proving white people don't know spicy.
Jeremy began his YouTube career as a claw machine commentator, moving on quickly to talking about his favorite children's card game, Magic: the Gathering. Largely his content was unboxing cards form the newest set, offering his lackluster critique of various cards in the set and how good he imagined they would be in the new format (the rotating Standard); however, he was known to have never looked through a spoiler list and thus was relegated to reading cards in his videos and on streams, constantly hung up on what they would do and interactions, showing he was incredibly lazy. He rather quickly moved on to talking about the "infiltration" of social justice warriors into his card game, and how they were ruining the game by their demands to be pandered to. He had been receiving promotional material up until roughly June 2017, when a tweet about how Planeswalkers (the "heroes" in Magic) don't need bathrooms, they "piss into the aether", a reference to the transgender bathroom controversy at the time. Wizards of the Coast, makers of the card game, removed him from the list of people they gave promotional material to, and Jeremy crooned about how he was an edgy boy being punished for being too edgy, even stating that the current crop of people who get promotional material are "milquetoast" (ironic, considering the only thing spicy about him is the BO in his recording room) (source).
At around this time Jeremy began to branch out into other anti-SJW talk. He began his channel, The Quartering, around July of 2017 and has continued it to this day. He also launched a kickstarter to make a mobile app that would help Magic and other card game players find similar players around them; despite raising over $30,000 for his venture (source), the app never took off. Jeremy would later blame other people in the Magic community for not supporting him, while also mentioning only in passing that his inability to market properly contributed to it (while simultaneously telling people he runs a lucrative marketing business for companies that spend millions on such things).
In November 2017, on the weekend following Thanksgiving in the United States, a Magic cosplayer named Christine Sprankle made a Twitter post about how she was leaving the Magic community, allegedly over constant harassment initiated and encouraged by Jeremy. That same day, several YouTube personalities who were friendly with Christine put out videos decrying the fact that Jeremy was a serial harasser and misogynist. Kotaku, Polygon, and other internet tabloids further boosted the story. Over the next few weeks this culminated in escalating drama, with 07 December leading to Jeremy's permanent and very public ban from Magic: the Gathering organized play, as well his banning from Magic Online and the confiscation of his online collection. Jeremy went on a warpath, raging about how his collection had been stolen and he was the victim of fraud. In December and into January 2018, Jeremy began to claim that Wizards of the Coast (referred to as WotC from now on) were harboring sexual predators, to include pedophiles, in their Magic ranks. He listed off several individuals by name and showed their criminal convictions for various sexual-related crimes, to include possession and distribution of child pornography; he even put forth the story of a store owner who was "sanctioned" by WotC to be a tournament organizer, but had previously been convicted of molesting and/or raping a young boy. However, it should be noted that Jeremy would say in the middle of a video that there was no proof that any of these individuals were still playing the game, and this was done simply to legally insulate himself (source).
"I have just shown you several sex offenders that are among us--or were among us. Now, it is an important distinction to-to note that from what I can tell, many of these people are in jail or not active anymore. But the take away is they were not deactivated due to their behavior; they were allowed to exist because in fact, you know, there's nothing currently in place stopping them from becoming a judge again." -Jeremy Hambly
Nevertheless, he struck gold when it was confirmed one of the judges still played and WotC had been made aware of this. WotC would eventually pass a rule requiring store owners to run background checks on all employees, even those that weren't affiliated with the game or risk losing their certification. Jeremy toasted this as a win, even though WotC admitted publicly they had no way to enforce this policy, nor would they unless a stink was raised about a store or individual.
It later came out that Christine had been losing money on Patreon, and that WotC was no longer going to fund anything to do with her (likely due to the fact they were losing money), and she'd been accepted to nursing school around the same time she made her pity me tweet that kicked all of it off. This would be covered by Count Dankula and others, showing that Jeremy hadn't really done anything wrong and it was a case of "hoes mad". Jeremy was a legitimate victim of a witchhunt, and having tasted the sweetness of being an actual victim of a hate mob, he'd continue to use it when he took any type of mainstream criticism in the future.
In the midst of this 'crusade', Jeremy attempted to get major news networks to put out his poorly-written piece on the alleged pedophiles in Magic. He eventually had the article posted on his own website, claiming it was so huge it needed to be out there after claiming that national news agencies were "interested". The Daily Stormer was the next to pick up on it after no one else would touch it, feeding fuel to the claims he was a Nazi sympathizer by his detractors; Breitbart would eventually post an article or two as well as would Milo Yiannopolous' Dangerous website. A local new station in Austin, Texas made a blurb as well following WotC's declaration of new rules, but he never saw a national movement in the press over his claims, despite trying so hard. The main writer doing the writing on the pedophiles in Magic was Lou Colagiovanni, a man who claimed to be a CNN contributor who "broke the story" on Anthony Wiener's underage sexting scandal. Beyond niche gaming websites and himself posting on it, no one cared. He has since left Magic: the Gathering entirely because he can't cover anything regarding it as he's banned.
Soy-Filled Love Taps at GenCon and Lolsuit
In August 2018, Jeremy went to GenCon in Indianapolis. While there, he was "attacked" by an individual named Matt Loter. Matt, being a crossdresser, delivered several punches to the back of Jeremy's head, ostensibly because Jeremy's a Nazi (remember, he shopped his story out to a neo-Nazi rag!). Rather than do the grown up thing and turn around, delivering his meaty fist to troon face, Jeremy instead ran bravely (literally his words) into the bar he'd been drinking at, more than likely crying as well.
Jeremy would rave about how he was 'scared' to be there now. He never went to a hospital despite claiming a vicious attack with blows to the back of his head. However, he had friends come down from Wisconsin to literally hold his hand. Aside from a slight rip in his shirt, there were no real damages to Jeremy. He'd claim later a subconjunctival hemorrhage but that only appeared a week later. Hew also claimed to not know who Matt Loter was, despite calling him a pedophile not long before this happened.
Jeremy then filed a lawsuit in federal court, alleging almost $500,000 in lost revenue as both he and Matt were banned indefinitely from GenCon: Matt because of the incident, and Jeremy because of a combination of factors, to include telling people to harass GenCon over the incident, as well as having made videos on attendees he considered 'problematic'. He hired Steven Crowder's half-Asian lawyer Bill Richmond, using money crowdfunded by Ethan van Sciver on his behalf (source). Raising only $35,000, his lawyer's initial complaint filing failed to establish jurisdiction of the federal court, requiring him to rewrite it. Long story short, he was forced to settle the case, as Bill Richmond has more pressing matters (namely, clients that will pay him, as $35,000 isn't going to fund anything beyond an initial filing and maybe pre-discovery motions), with both Jeremy and Matt issuing apologies and begging GenCon to let them back in. Beyond that the settlement is under NDA, and both remain banned from GenCon. Around this time, by the way, Jeremy deleted his entire The Quartering twitter account because of his postings that could threaten his lawsuit's success.
Jeremy has since left the Magic-sphere and focuses on the anti-SJW schtick. He currently posts to The Quartering on Twitter. He runs a gaming website called Exclusively Games, which is supposed to run counter to sites like Polygon and Kotaku and refuse to print politics in their articles. He's been relatively successful on this front, but not perfectly so. He currently runs a podcast with Count Dankula and Bearing on YouTube called The Incredible Salt Mine (TISM) where he offers, again, milktoast opinions in the same droning voice similar to Ben Stein on downers.
Also he has crotch rot (see below).
In May 2018, Jeremy got into a little spat with noted boomer Coach Red Pill on the Killstream. They ended up arguing over who's dick was smaller, and they tied. Jeremy claimed that he was worth seven figures (source in the next link).
Other Notable Interactions
Other Notable Interactions
During the Healstream, Ethan Ralph's stream raising money for St. Jude's Hospital--a hospital dedicated to helping children with cancer beat the disease--Jeremy said he considered going on the stream to be "gay", and he'd rather people donated to him. He'd also apparently told Ethan that he'd only appear on the Healstream if he (Jeremy) was paid $500. (source)
In October 2018, Jeremy began a little fight on Twitter with Keemstar and Mister Metokur. This culminated in him having a stream with Keemstar but refusing to bring Jim on; clearly inebriated, he talks some shit before Keem comes on, in which case he tucks his tail and tries to suck Keem's dick. Jim finally gets on--Keem had sent him the link--and it goes downhill from there. Of note, Jeremy was demanding to know why Jim wasn't streaming so he could send some superchats to him (at the time YouTube was facing another PR nightmare, with the New York Times and Wall Street Journal talking about the Healstream and how "white supremacists" had raised money for St. Jude's), ostensibly to deplatform him as some personalities were seeing permissions removed for the actions of their viewers. You can watch the entire stream here. Jeremy would end up deleting the stream and all his tweets going at them the next day, claiming he was drunk because he couldn't admit that he actually dealt with people who could bant and had spicy takes on him. By the way, his claim of being drunk? Yeah, that became a source of laughter as he'd likely been drunk the day he was delivered some love to the back of his dome before filing a lawsuit. The guy likes getting drunk and getting mouthy.
In 2018, Jeremy decided to start his own gaming website to stick it to Kotaku and Polygon. Named "ExclusivelyGames", he'd crowdfund the website, raising over $150,000 for a basic Wordpress website (Source). The site has been plagued with issues in coding and uptime, and one writer (honestly, probably the only one) has been accused of outright plagiarizing another site for a "story". Hambly remained mum on this allegation. In July 2019, he had another crowdfunding campaign to handle the costs of the website, claiming that $50,000 represented the amount needed to keep the site going for another six months (Source), only to then claim ten months later that the costs were $15,000 (Source) despite not adding much in the way of staff. Ian Miles Cheong, noted dog flashbanger and gay porn enthusiast was supposed to be an editor but
In March 2020, he purged his Twitter timeline because he just wasn't in a good headspace. Basically, he was tired of people laughing at his terrible takes on the most mundane topics, his drunken attempts to gain clout by having debates with larger YouTubers like Jim and Keemstar, and in general just being a soy-filled bitch. (Source / Archive) Of course, he hasn't stopped, he is just a fucking idiot.
In 2011, apparently Quarterpounder made a website for scam gift cards. You can find the link to the Twitter and an archive of it in the social media links section.
Quarterpounder's icon appears to be a recolored version of the following image, which was posted in 2017 (Source)
Social Media/LinksMarketing Sheriff (his alleged successful internet marketing company)
LinkedIn Profile / Archive
Facebook Archive (complete with his home address, because Jeremy put it there)
Twitter / Archive
score10bucks.com (scam gift card website)
Twitter / Archive
Twitter / Archive
Will update more when I am sober. @KillThemCrackasBabies can help me with that, because he's autistically mad at Hambeast.
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