originally this stuff was interesting and funny but for more than half a year now it has been nothing but desperate vic fans engaging in lots of coping and seething which is really pathetic, especially for this website
Why would the thread turn into a case of "Who's watching the watchers?"I don’t think that thread catalogs activities in regards to how it’s user base behaves.
That’s what people were asking me for which is why using that thread would’ve been useless. People weren’t asking me for the events of the whole thing but rather the reactions and Spergouts of users involved in it not the cows.Why would the thread turn into a case of "Who's watching the watchers?"
I'll admit that getting involved and reporting the cows on Twitter is exceptional.
But it's minuscule in the larger scheme of Weeb Wars.
When we get stuff like this, I think it's a miracle.But we can turn mistakes into miracles!
I'm more surprised they didn't get found sooner.
I agree and disagree.Seems like the battle is pretty over with.
What's sad is there's basically no winners, Vic's voice acting career is probably over but he'll still continue to make con appearances so the KickVic crowd haven't succeed in making him fall off the face of the Earth either.
I'd be surprised if the Court of Appeals makes a decision that really changes anything, but we'll see.I agree and disagree.
I agree with your statements, but in regards to the PR battle. It is pretty much a World War I battle at this point (slow-moving, trench warfare).
My disagreements stem from the lawsuit. The court case is now in the Court of Appeals (had the results gone the other way, you can bet the Defendants would have appealed anyways). Despite it being expedited, the court system is slow. Until the Court of Appeals makes their decision, it's not over yet.