So how great is the chance that the page is going to be reported for ban evasion?
He's successfully delivered something at least.I would honestly have a little more sympathy for Chris if he got off his fat ass enough to actually deliver the items he had sold. It's seriously not that difficult to list and sell items on eBay or some other similar site, but if you can't even be bothered to sell literal trash at $30 a piece or whatever (and God knows he's got a lot of it) and follow through on delivery, then perhaps you truly are beyond saving. I've sold items on websites and it's none too difficult, sometimes it takes a while though.
This guy's got an army of Aspergers ridden losers who are willing to throw their own tugboats at the alpha manchild for his dirty, semen-stained bullshit and still can't be bothered to get up long enough for a short round trip to the post office. It's not like begging is going to cover everything he needs/wants, or that he's going to...God forbid...
get a job.
Now don't get me wrong, this Dimensional Merge shit is getting old, but really, it's not nearly as fucked as what Sockness might end up doing, Chris or no Chris. If he actually did end up seriously injuring or killing Chris, it would be a pretty anticlimactic ending. Of course, good luck convincing his haters that it's best just to let people like Chris fuck up on their own.
Chris is numbering the medallions he's making? Expect them to be 2019-1, 2019-3, 2019-3, 2019-3, 2019-9 etc when he doesn't make a record of how many he's done, and instead relies upon his "mind, heart and soul" to remember.
I honestly don't know. Chris always seems to get out of these, but like monkey paws style where it's a hollow victory. Like the lawsuits against him failing because (it's bullshit that his Patreon wasn't touched) he has no job, and the tugboat is off limits.So how great is the chance that the page is going to be reported for ban evasion?
Empty cans, of course. Do you honestly think Chris is going to let all that sugary sweet drink "go to waste" like that?dumb question, but is it empty Fanta cans, or full? I mean also isn't there a risk of it bursting in post, whereas distribution from warehouse to store is more secured. then there is the weight for postage would be more
$5 a can on top of interacting with his idol and getting temporary ownership of tons of his idol's shit, while having his idol likely see him in a positive light. Chris had listings in the past, all Sockness has to do is re-list the same under his own account, and then if someone buys one he puts the thing in a box, prints the label, puts it on the box, and then puts that box into his mailbox. That's not that much work at all, he doesn't need to make anything himself, it's $5 a can to package them for Chris, which is a hell of a lot more than his time is worth.$30 Fanta can is $25.50 after fees. Sockness will get $5/can and he has to do all the work. Genius move on his part.
Oh no, he learns. Some dude glomming praise onto him, wanting to do the "hard work" while Chris cashes in? Chris will just ghost Sock and that will be it. Chris is incredibly lazy, and entitled, so there's nothing that will make him think he's "owes" something to Sock. Mostly likely he'll get some bucks, Sock might do something weird, but Chris won't willingly get involved in anything more.Which really proves Chris never learns
If Sockness is dumb enough to let Chris' Paypal be linked to the account, it would work like that no doubt. Though I think doing that would set off a red flag for eBay and get them banned. I am sure it's Sockness getting the money and then giving Chris his 80% after expenses, and Chris not understanding why he isn't getting 80% of the sold price.I bet the profit will be 100/0 Chris gets all of it and Sickness gets none.
Chris really made an error on the Certificate of Authenticity and just scribbled it out and put the correction above it... way to give people their money's worth, Mrs Christine.
Incidentally, that fact that it's got a mistake in it helps prove that it is, in fact, an authentic Chris product.Chris really made an error on the Certificate of Authenticity and just scribbled it out and put the correction above it... way to give people their money's worth, Mrs Christine.
Chris knows the HTML of the 90's and has a design aesthetic to match. Have you ever seen examples of his Pokésite or the original Sonichu site? They make the shit on those old Tripod web pages look good.I believe Chris has been exiled from just about every merchant service on the internet by now, so why not just make a merch page yourself? He knows basic HTML, or at least has the wits about himself to copy/paste bits of code from other sites.
But Sockness being involved in this new scheme has one big benefit for Chris - it requires him to do next to nothing.Involving Sockness is a terrible idea due to any potential mishaps that could occur due to the unnecessarily complicated nature of the endeavor.
Of course I have, and I'd expect nothing less of Chris if he were to pursue a web page modernly, and if you're in deep enough to even know about the site, you clearly don't care about how it looks.Have you ever seen examples of his Pokésite or the original Sonichu site? They make the shit on those old Tripod web pages look good.
You know that even doing next to nothing can be too much for Chris, and I just know he's going to get burned in the end, not that I wouldn't want to watch, it just seems like a very pointless and complicated endeavor when compared to just opening up your own online shop, which frees you from reliance from fees associated with ebay and other merchant services, and doesn't rely on anyone that could betray him. Just my 2 cents on the matter.But Sockness being involved in this new scheme has one big benefit for Chris - it requires him to do next to nothing.
You're thinking of old-school Chris, who was comparatively grounded in reality and actually enjoyed his life somewhat. Modern Chris would write four lines of HTML and then stress sigh and give up on it. Either that, or just sit back and wait for Magi-chan or Twilight Sparkle to do it for him.I would be so much fucking simpler if Chris just created a merchant page and linked it to his Paypal. I believe Chris has been exiled from just about every merchant service on the internet by now, so why not just make a merch page yourself? He knows basic HTML, or at least has the wits about himself to copy/paste bits of code from other sites.
In all seriousness a lot of Autists do end up working in the software industry as QA engineers and it actually pays fairly decently too. Of course it does rely on the person having a reasonable grasp of reality, being able to stay on task and not resorting to pepper spray if the colour of a button doesn't conform to spec.Chris needs to LEARN TO CODE