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First, it is ironic (and arrogant) that you are calling one of your own fans a "dick" when the above comments are about whether you were a dick at the Phoenix Comicon. Second, interesting that you proved "John's" (who I thought was you until you called him a dick) above point by going to your Tumblr followers to tell you that I am a mean meanie who is on a "Jihad" against you, merely because I provided several examples of how you were rude, insensitive to others or acted like a spoiled celebrity. Does it tear your world apart to have someone criticize you? Did you really have to run to your fans to feel better? Is it being a dick to use the word “jihad” pejoratively? I honestly hope that you don't stop going to conventions. I just hope that you treat people as you would want to be treated. At your “Story Time with Wil” you mentioned a couple of different times when you met someone who is a celebrity to you or your wife; what if they had treated you the way you treated the people in Phoenix? What would your response be Wil? In short, I think you should expand the "don't be a dick" mantra to "don't be a spoiled celebrity." By running to Tumblr you acknowledged that you didn't even consider that your actions at the Phoenix Comicon weren't appropriate or how those actions could have offended me and others. You proved “John’s” point, who, ironically, is one of your fans. By the way, as you know, this is not about not taking a picture (and it wasn't for me, I just observed your response), it is about how you treated people while in Phoenix. I realize you could have had a bad day. Then say that. Your response blaming others and not taking responsibility was silly and childish. You could have said no to your entourage when they requested the group picture and started taking props from your fans at the Geek Prom. You could have said no to the Phoenix Comicon about the special weird seating arrangement for your entourage in the main hall. You could have been kinder when asked about being on the Walking Dead. You could have been nice when that guy asked you for a picture and you responded with a snarky “that doesn’t work for me.” Those were your decisions. Don’t be a dick and blame others (especially your wife). At the next con you attend, look around at some of the other celebrities. For example, I watched Jamie Bamber interact with his fans. He was genuinely kind and appreciative of his fans. You could see it in his eyes. You have this look of superiority and disdain. Maybe that is why you keep getting cast in the “dick guy” role. As a second by the way (and no not to reignite flames), it was humorous that you said that your wife, son and friends from high school weren't your entourage. Have you seen the HBO show "Entourage." His family and friends from high school are his entourage. And the definition of “entourage” is “a group of people attending or surrounding an important person. “ Ask yourself, why does that “important person” need people surrounding him? Again, no response is needed.
Toggle Commented Jun 22, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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Wil (I mean "Nicole Bush")--I never said you were a bad writer. I was amused at story time and I was very amused by the above.
Toggle Commented Jun 19, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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By the way, you "worked" all day? Oh yeah, why did your entorouge get odd front row seats on Sunday in the hall, while all of your "fans" sat there all day to save their seats. The other cast members had family there. Why was your crew more important than, e.g., Lavar's daughter? Finally, I did see and hear you say what I wrote above. Moreover, I was shocked to hear you say at your "story time" that you told the creator of walking dead that his show wasn't good enough for you to be in right now, but if he improved it, then you would "consider" doing it. Sounded a lot like "doesn't work for me" -- I guess in your high and mighty world that isn't being condecending...
Toggle Commented Jun 19, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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Point being you ditched out on the little guy and I'm sure you will continue to as you see a spark of "fame" ahead-sad
Toggle Commented Jun 19, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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Awhile back I would have bought this whole "don't be a dick" act. Unfortunatly I caught your act at the Phoenix comic-con this year, and at "story time" I was still fooled-however odd your little back row entourage did seem to me . You still seemed "genuine". Alas -the Geek Prom. You came and down to the "pac-man" photo arc with your merry troop fully knowing fans whould expect a "hello" or maybe a photo, but you were there to use your fans for props for your little Star Wars themed pic and even as props (if doned in proper costumes) for your own party . Am I saying you don't deserve a break or to not be bothered 24/7.....I would have thought nothing had I not heard a man (who by the way I noticed earlier that evening in your story time room) ask you for a pic with his wife to which you responded "That really doesn't work for me". He and his wife left with sad faces after which me and my friends did thinking we had been duped. And right after I learned of Sparks McGee! No time time to even enjoy it as a "fan". Seems like the same old kid from all thhose nasty post tng interview years ago is rearing his ugly head again. Remeber fame is a fickle friend. Enoy it's flickering before you get snuffed out again.- A former fan
Toggle Commented Jun 19, 2012 on Video Q&A Post for Denver Comicon at WWdN: In Exile
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