[Talks to Copper]
Any goings-on? Nothing of import, huh.
It's hard to catch that b- bird you know, the uh, postal character Pete. One time I tried, but then he just flew away. Anyway, you got anything in the police station today Copper? That is uh, anything lost? Oh, we got something? Oh good, I'll go take it, I just usually pick it up and sell it later.
[Enters police station]
By the way, as fer the Gulliver, if he has something I have not collected yet, I'll usually keep it. Seeds? Oh well, I'll take it. I could always plant those. Cuz they won't make much of a profit. Anyway, if uh, Gulliver has a gave me something that I already have, I usually just sell it.
[Exits Police Station]
Makes a nice profit. Uh anyway, let's plant these flowers. Uh, here's a good place.
Alright, what do you know, red tulips.
Anyway uh, there's ah, what's her name. Oh yeah, Portia. Anyway, uh, let's see. Oh yeah, there's Leigh right there.
Oh by the way, you know for Mint? I got her card as well, her Animal Crossing card. Oh yeah, Chuckles! He likes to wear belt buckles! Rhyme joke. So anyway, uh, moving a little north. Here's the uh, Nook Shop. I got it the best, obviously. But if it gets any better, I'll be surprised. So anyway, uh, let's go inside.
[Enters Nook's Shop]
See what see what look lik- See what old Nook has today. [Sighs]. Oh, I got to sell these items, I usually do that, I sell him the items.
[Starts selling things to Nook]
Items I don't need. Those fossils make a nice little profit, espeg- especially the uh, one that's not within the top five. Whoops. I pressed the B button by mistake.
[Continues to sell, and starts to hum]
Doops, I goofed. Yeah, foreign fruits, 500. Although the peaches only get you 100 here. By the way, same fruit in Cwc City, it's a pear. Oh, and I need a sign anyway, so I'll just go ahead and get one of those.
[Buys sign, clicks through Nook's dialogue about using the sign, and starts humming]
Anyway, we're going upstairs.
What do ya know, we got the gruesome twosome. They're a comical pair. Ugn, let's see, a blue dresser. Uhh, iris table, refrigerator. Yes, I got this refrigerator already, so I don't need it. I already got the water bird. I've seen those shirts before. Ugn, look at all of these two, they chase me around wherever I go, like I'm some sort kind of nut or something. Watch this.
[Chris makes odd noises that might be mistaken for humming, as he runs around the store and watches the salesman chase him. Sometimes art does imitate real life]
Almost caught me there. Okay, I'm leaving.
Let's see, was there any other business I need? Oh, I guess I need more paper. So I'll get a sheet, get a pack.
That's quick, I just pick a random style and just go with that. By the way, in case you're wondering about those button noises, I got the microphone taped to the uh, Gamecube Wavebird here.
Anyway, I'll show you something you can do with the raffle tickets you pick up from here.
[Exits Nook's Store]
Instead of making a mess in my house, I bury them right here, next to the Nook Shop. It's a good place to locate them. So when I'm ready at the end of the month, I just pick up as many as I can hold.
[Digs up raffle ticket, then buries it again]
I'm just going to put it back, because it ain't November 30th yet. Oh I guess I don't need this shovel anymore.
[Puts away shovel]
Now I'm going to make use of this uh, sign here, the way I should have long time ago, because I didn't think about it. It's already been done in Cwc City, but... Right here by the Post Office, you can use your GBA, oh, well that's a bad place for it. I'm picking it back up. Oh what do you know, another weed.
ust of missed that earlier. Anyway, you may post a design, Gameboy Advance, whoops.
[Picks up sign accidentally]
What'd I do that for, I'm puttin' it back.
[Puts it back and adds Gameboy design again]
There we go. [Burps] Excuse me. Hm, I've got well over fifty thousand, so I'm going to make a deposit.
[Enters Post Office]
It's ny- It's a good idea to- that you guys did have when you made this thing not only a post office. Oh, I got to mail off that fossil anyway. And I don nee- And it's a good idea to not only you make this into a post office but a bank, saves ya a building. So anyway, see, let's make a deposit. One, two, three, four, five.
[Deposits 50,000 bells]
Seven hundred and fifty thousand. It's good saved. I made most of my money from the e-Reader swipes, which I'll tell you about that in Cwc City.
[Exits Post Office]
Anyway, uh, lets see. I guess that's it for Cwcville. You guys will be back later. And that- And when you come back, I'll tell you about this sign here. [Sign saying "H.F.A"]
Anyway, I'm going home, and I'm gonna save. You may save, Mister Gyroid.
[Goes inside the house to save, hums a bit]
You may save and quit.
[Noise in the background, possibly the radio]
[Chris begins to sing] Do-do-do-do-do-do-do, hey mellow color! Yellow is a mellow color, yes it is. [Chris stops singing]
Okay. see you in Cwcville- I mean Cwc City.
At this time, I switched the memory cards. Cuz, ah, I got Cwcvville currently in Slot A, and Cwc City in Slot B. I'm switching the two, putting City in Slot A and Ville in Slot B. So now I'm pressin' the start button.
And here's a resident, Iggy. Here you got- get that down. Cwc City, that's the name of the city right there.
[Yellow Is A Mellow Color playing faintly in the background]
And that's her name, Crystal, make sure you get that down. Alright, getting things ready. Have a blast, huh, well that's a fun thing to say.
[Cwc City is loaded, and starts]
Anyway ah, this is Crystal. She's wearing the uh, Rosechu look. There's a Zapbud on the door, I got Sonichu- Rosechu's mug right here. [A sign with Rosechu's face on it] Yeah, an her ensemble, but let's take a tour of her house first.
[Goes inside the house]
It ain't much since, uh, she basically got started, but she's almost done paying off her debt to old Nook. There's your website again. [A Nintendo bench with their website on it] Oh look, there's the R-Wing, launching into the uh, Super Mario Brother's World. [The wallpaper is from Mario]
Which reminds me, I got to get those two boxes to those two passwords later. Anyway, here's
her diary. She got started only on November twelfth. Sonichu got started on October twenty-fourth. Anyway let's see, what else have we got here. Yeah, I got the two logos. Well would you look at that, I got them in the wrong place.
[Starts moving around the logos]
Oh well, I'll just move 'em. I didn't notice that before, I got 'em in the wrong place. Well that's no problem. I'll just quickly move them around. Hm, they make it loo- You guys make it look tough to move things around, but actually it's not. Let's see what time it is. Oh, it's one forty-five, huh? Well, it's getting close to being later in the afternoon.
There's her tree, she's getting ready for Christmas too. Let's take a quick trip upstairs.
She got her NES games she got collected up here. A plain old falsehood right there, Super Tortimer. Why'd you guys make that game up anyway? It's so- It's stupid. Cuz it's fake. Anyway, here's a thing. I got lucky and found this. I think I dug it up. Oh-no, wait a minute, I got it from Redd, long time ago. Oh, here's her harvest bed. I got a couple empty tables for- getting ready for a couple more NES games. [Sighs]
[Continues down to the basement]
Her basement isn't sa- as busy as uh, Cwcville, but she's got a few models down here. A couple of tracks models. Oh, there's the Moon. You guys made that thing really big you know, it's too big for me, if you ask my opinion.
Huh, Katrina's a little off, I'm just gonna move her real quick, there we go. Alright, you know there's the glow clock, you notice I had glow cock- glow clock in the basement in Cwcville as well.
Oh, you know what, ah, ruh- Crystal's worn her Rosechu outfit long enough.
[Tries to change her outfit]
Oops. I guess I can't do that yet. Well, never mind.
Anyway, moving on.
Before we take a tour of the city, I'mma tell you how to make a f- how you make a fun profit with the e-Reader. I'll check the bulletin board.
[Checks the bulletin board]
Ah, that's an oldie.
[Walks to the Train Station]
Anyway, 'course, there's the Train Station, I told you earlier about that in Cwcville. There's Rosey's mug. You see no statue cuz, she hasn't paid her debt off. That's why we're going to do this with Crystal. Oh, give me a second would ja, I got to do something real quick.
[A few seconds pass]
I'm having my Game Boy and my Wavebird at the same time. That's why I put it over there too.
I've got pregnant lolis, yea, but don't expect quality.
I use my uh, SP as well here. You know, ah, my funds uh, right here, right? Help my funds. I'm gonna- show you guys something real quick- I use my Game Boy Advance SP to help me out here, since you know, the Digimon deal. Not only that, but, the noise it makes, helps me, uh, clarify, whether I uh, got the card read right. I usually do it ten at a time, I'll tell- elaborate about that more later. But I'm gonna do this on purpose, uh, swipe it awkwardly.
Oops, I musta goofed up. Anyway, gonna try that again, see and ah uh, hear the noise that makes.
Oh, that's right, cuz, ya see, I uh, prepared in advance by, uh, [Clears throat] you know, showing you showing my profit.
By goin' on ahead and takin' care of the first set of thirty cards out of 63 that I own so far. Cuz like I said, do it ten at a time. By anyway, ah,
[Exits Post Office]
Let me just go ahead an uh, show you how you make a nice little profit. Okay, first step you uh, swipe the first ten cards, right? Cuz that's the maximum you can hold in your mailbox. Open your mailbox, get your ten letters into your hold there. And then you just, ah, grab and drop it to the first ten slots. By the way, rule of thumb, elaborate earlier with the five down here. Cuz you know, when you ah, sell your items to Tom, it usually ends up on the first item, and you- that, that way you have these guys on the bottom, they will not get in the way, you won't have to move the uh, hand.
So anyway, uh, we're gonna go to the Nook Shop. There's Iggy again, gonna play with his ball. Like I said, I haven't gotten that far here yet, in Cwc City.
[Enters Nook Shop]
There's old Tom. I've taken care of all my uh, errands, like ah, Chris and the little Sonichu I showed you back there. Anyway, we're going to do some selling.
[Starts selling things to Nook, some other song from Christian and the Hedgehog Boys in the background]
Obviously, I don't have sa- much to say at this point. So I'm just going to let you guys listen to the music while I sell.
[About 30 seconds later, he finishes selling, and leaves the store]
Okay, I got more to say. After I uh, sell the uh, first set ten, I get that out of the way. Like I said before, of course I do this with the R button.
[Starts removing gifts from letters, then deleting the letters]
I just pick up, and put 'em over there. 'Course, I have precise order, I do it from the first letters- first card swiped to the last card swiped. I usually swipe them in the uh, in order of their card numbers. Cuz ah, that's just the way I do it. Also, I use the uh, Animal Crossing card that came with the e-Reader,you notice the musical note in the first set. I just count that as card triple zero. Makes a good idea, by the way, according to- by the way, speaking of the e-Reader cards,
you guys should really uh, print out some more uh, of series- more of the early series. like series one. Cuz, you know, since I just just started you sh- I really want to collect those. And uh, I really would like if you uh, publish some more of those uh, series ones. I don't care if do like you know, second edition or whatever. But print out more of those cards, please. Anyway, uh, I just click- just read the letters real quick and then throw them away like junk mail. After I get rid of the presents.
[Finishes throwing letters away]
By the way, I hope you guys took note of the uh, amount in the previous deal in the Post Office. Anyway, after I delete the last letters, I open them up.
[Opening up all his gifts]
One by one, in an orderly flash- orderly fashion. A'most said orderly flashin'! Anyway...
[Finishes opening his gifts]
Let's see, with that done, I head back home.
[Runs to his mailbox]
And get the next set of ten I have ready. And then I head back to the Post Office.
[Runs to Post Office]
And swipe the next set of ten.
[Enters Post Office]
And uh, just to let you know, every fifty- every point over fifty thousand, you should make a deposit. But since I'm a good number at start, I'm not gonna do that. So, uh, after all the uh, e-Reader swipes, you should come up to a very nic-
[Video cuts out for a second, possibly the result of Chris editing the video so we wouldn't have to wait for him to swipe the e-Reader cards]
an profable- profitable proposition there. And after ah, swiping all those cards, then a nice grand total there. We can make a very generous donation. Or should I say deposit? The usual fifty-thou.
[Deposits 50,000 bells]
Here ya go. No thank you. Well, anyway ah, besides ah, selling those things, those uh, profitable items from the e-Reader cards, if there are any I haven't collected yet, I usually just keep 'em.
[Exits Post Office]
(Cuz I like the sound of them?) Like for example, the uh, Pansy models downstairs. And well, since that's over with.
She just changed into her regular- her uh, nice warm clothing for the winter. Her ski sweater. So anyway, uh, let's see uh. Oh yes, I guess I should- she shoul- we should give you a tour of Cwc City.
Well, you have seen the uh, Post Office, and the Nu- Nook Shop. But I'll tell you the dump is in the opposite location compared to CWCville. And there it is, the dump. And uh, let's see. There's Money. She used to live in CWCville but she moved here. And there's Sally. She moved here.
I have to check the map every now and then because the different location. Let's see, there's Carmen. [Sing-song] Carmen San Diego! Carmen San Diego!... Causing mischief around the world!
Let's see now. Oh yeah, that's Pinky. That's Pinky. There's the Museum. Oh, would you look at this, a hole in the ground. Let's see what's in it.
[Digs up fossil]
And it's an antique!
Must have missed that one previously. Oh well, I'll just simply write the old Museum a letter. Or not write a letter. Like I sent it to them anyway. [Goes to put away shovel, then changes his mind]
Ah, I best to hold on to that just in case. Let's see. Oh, Katrina's tent, she's here today. And there's Rollo. I think a friend sen- I think of Sanford and Son everytime I see Rollo. [Scatman Chris] Doo-doo-doo-doo-a-rawdl-et-do-do-do-do-alot-dude-alot-do-do-dolot-a-dood-alot-dooo. Do-do.
Speakin' of fr- speakin' of Sanford and Sons, my father an I, we have a relationship like Stanford and Son. He starts more arguments than there are flies in a garbage dump. Anyway, let's see, I took every care of business, and I do not need to talk to Copper, but there's the Police Station.
And what's at the shoreline for that stupid bird, and possibly anymore uh, holes in the ground.
There's nothing quite like a hole in the ground, hole in the ground, hole in the ground. There's nothing like a hole in the ground, here is, the lighthouse!
We got a stone bridge here in the city.
There's nothing like a hole in the ground, a hole in the ground
Oh, we got two neighbors up here. Let's see. Yeah. There's a, Jeremiah. we got a new neighbor. Yeah, that was Pinky. She moved in today. Anyway, there;s the Tailor Shop. Right here. Already took you there over in Cwc Ci- Cwcville. And well, here's the dock. The island is, uh, we kept it for the ah, kre- for a memorial, we used Tim Timetale's island. As uh, we uh, trans- we exchanges between us- we exchanged it with the original island of Cwc City. Anyway, it's got the Tim Timetale flag on it. So we're not going to bother going there. Anyway, you know the two signs.
[Goes to Wishing Well]
Well. That joke never gets old. Anyway, there are two holiday signs, got 'em down here, here in the city. There's Rosey, and we got the Sonichu site logo here as well. There's a uh, shovel tree. That's Buzz. Buzz Lightyear. To infinity, and on your head! Oh, and there's uh, Cashmire. I got a card for Baah-bra. Huh, too bad she ain't here. And uh, I'm not sure, oh wait, yes I'm sure. Yeah, you have seen him, uh, Iggy. He's around here somewhere. I'm not gonna bother. Anyway, here's the Nook Shop, once again. And well, uh, I guess that's it for uh, Cwc City. oh, I got the fishing tourney sign around here somewhere. You've already seen that, so I'm not gonna bother finding it.
Anyway uh, let's see. Oh, I got to mail this uh, fossil off. After I do that, we're going to go back over to Cwcville for uh, closing ceremonies of this great documentary I've put together. you'll
find out what that "H.F.A" stands for.
[Goes inside post office]
So, stay tuned! And relax.
[Starts mailing letter]
In the meantime, here's some music.
[Plays Yellow is a Mellow Color]
[Exits Post office]
[Goes and saves his game]
[Finally turns off Yellow is a Mellow Color]
Welcome back to Cwcville! And we're here for the closing ceremonies, so the uh, documentary of the city of Cwcville and Cwc City in Animal Crossing, [Raises pitch of voice] for Nintendo Gamecube! But first, I'm gonna tell you a couple of things. Sonichu and Rosechu. [Burps] [Faintly] Excuse me. I'm just going to let you know who they are, they're Pokemon. I made them up. They're both Electric-types, alright. Obviously. Sonichu and Rosechu are Pokemon I made up. They're Electric-types. They've got evolution, Metonic and Vamprosa. You want pictures, you gotta ask me for them. Also they got baby forms, Sonee and Rosey, they're cuties. So anyway, if you've missed it the first couple of times.
[Shows bulletin saying "CWC's Sonichu Site! http://sonichuchandler.tripod.com/cwcson.htm"]
Here is one last time. Okay, and uh, to answer the all important question; What is the meaning of "H.F.A"? With the two red eyes. I will tell you. Got that? it means "High Functionally Autism" because that's what I am, I'm High Functionally Autistic. I may have autism, but since I'm high functional, I do all- I can do alot of things. I mean otherwise I wouldn't even do this documentary I'm doing right now.
So let's see, is there anything else I need to cover? Well, I guess not. But anyway, uh, this is the city of Cwcville and there's a- don't forget Sonichu website if you want to go see it. I've been playing video games for as long as I can remember. And listening to music as long as I can remember. So, we're going to end this documentary by obviously leaving. If you want credits, ya have to look at the uh, enclosed letter.
[Starts saving game]
But anyway, uh, pu- for in the submission of Nintendo Power. This has been a, documentary narrated by Christian Weston Chandler. Thank you very much, and I hope that you will consider this for publication. Bye now.
[Voice in the background, possibly Snorlax, saying "Stop!"]
piss folder is done
48 folders to go
Student featured in "Nintendo Power"
By Kari Mitchell
The Forum assistant editor
Most everyone has a hobby. It may be hard to find free time in between classes, especially with exam week quickly approaching, but PVCC student Christian Chandler, has dedicated many hours to his past time. He is the creator of Sonichu, the Electric Hedgehog Pokémon.
Like Sonic, Sonichu can run at high speeds. "During Super Sonic's battle against the Perfect
Chaos monster (Sonic Adventure DX for Gamecube), Super Sonic was spat out by the monster, and colldied with a by-standing Pikachu," Chandler explained. According to his story, the power from the Chaos Emeralds transformed Pikachu into Sonichu.
The idea for the character came from a project Chandler was assigned his senior year of high school. He was enrolled in a computer graphics class that required him to design a CD cover. His original idea was to put Sonic and Pikachu on the cover, however, both characters are copyrighted. Instead he decided to combine the characters into something all his own. Thus, on March 17, 2000, Sonichu was born.
Over time, Chandler began to mold and expand the life of Sonichu, giving him stories, homemade trading cards, clay figures, a board game, and a Sonichu medallion with charms,
i will dump every folder sistematically
all night long
or until these faggots stop spamming
among other things.
Chandler and the world he created for Sonichu were featured in the May 2004 issue of Nintendo Power. The place was called Cwcville (The "Cwc" prefix are his initials, Christian Weston Chandler). Nintendo Power was apparently impressed with Chandler's work. "Simply amazing. There's no other way to describe what we received from Sonichu of Cwcville - a full video documentary that walked us through his daily life." The documentary, running about an hour, was taped from the Nintendo Gamecube title, Animal Crossing. He dubbed his voice over the sound through a microphone and audio input in his VCR. In the documentary, Chandler covers "basically how I do things in Animal Crossing as the boy character, Sonichu, in the city of Cwcville." Some of the tasks include using the journal as a monthly diary, making money, customizing the city, and conversing with another Animal Crossing city. For now, Sonichu remains a hobby in the future, Chandler would like to see Sonichu and his friends as real Pokémon, even having their own Nintendo Gamecube video game title. "I am not really sure what to do in order to do all that," Chandler said, "but for now, Sonichu and I, Christian C., are in Nintendo Power Magazine!"
Hello. My name is Christian Weston Chandler, from Ruckersville, Virginia.
[sings to the tune of the Klondike Bar jingle] “What would you do for a PS3?”
What I would do for a PS3? I tell ya what I'd do!
Well, if I had the money, I'd wait in line! Like all the other people did with their tents and all that good stuff.
I'd throw away the cure for autism… if I had it! 'Cause I wanna get rid of that dog—doggone, long—life-long curse that I've had.
[looks at piece of paper with scribbled-down notes]
And, uh… oh, yeah! I would trade in my… PS2 for another thing!
Or, uh, otherwise, um… I'd make one from wood if it was hard enough!
But you know what I did? I did it!
[reaches down and picks up fake PS3]
I made it—made one from Legos and [voice cracks with excitement] Pixelblocks!
And—believe it or not… I actually play Guitar Hero on this thing!
[switches to a deep voice and Scottish accent] Thunderhorse!
[reaches towards the camera to turn off recording]
I'm watching you little faggot
You so much as upset a little girl or boy and I cut off your dick and feed it to you you understand me?
Hello. My name is Christian Weston Chandler… from Ruckersville, Virginia. [puts on glasses]
It has come to my attention that I have a lot... more fans of my electronk—Electric Hedgehog Pokémon Sonichu than I had originally thought, and I thank each and every one of you for your support. And I will draw more comics, uh, when I get some positive inspiration, or, uh, when I feel like it. After all, everybody else—everybody has a life; so do I; I have a life. [inhales sharply]
Anyway, it has also come to my attention that I have a lot of people who may have picked up on the wrong theories of my person. [inhales sharply] I will not quote any hate sites, but I would like to humbly apologize for appearing to be some kind of sleaze, troll, badass, or whatever adjectives, good or explicit, you may feel about me. [inhales sharply]
Please understand: I am a 25 year-old, high-functioning autistic male… with a simple, peaceful dream… of becoming a father… of a sweet, little, pretty girl, who I will dub…ly name
“Crystal Weston Chandler”. “Crystal”: a name that sounds similar to mine, but it has a nice ring to it. And it’s also similar to the illustrious metal that is mined from the Earth’s ground. “Weston”: my mother’s maiden name, and a proper English name from royal descent. As a matter of fact, among my, uh, mother’s side in the, uh, ancestral traits [inhales sharply] we have, uh, we have been traced down to Daniel Weston, who was on the main Mayflower voyage. And, uh, beyond him, Anne Boleyn, who was the, uh, one of H—Henry VIII's… King Henry VIII's wives, who gave birth to, uh, Queen Elizabeth I, and “Chandler”: the, uh, name—the family name my father had. And, uh, from his, uh, line, uh, we have, uh, from his side of the family, we have the, uh, Cherokee blood. I'm one-sixteenth. [inhales sharply] And from among us Cherokees, there are very few of us left, because we were big in number, but then came along the, uh, forced march on the Trail of Tears, where some of us went into hiding…. Yeah, short line there: Cherokees. We're a respected tribe. We should be respected. Anyway… even though we were forced onto the Trail of Tears, but that's another—that's another—whole 'nother story. You can go read—you can learn about in your local libraries.
Ahem. My mother and my father are both really nice, old-fashioned-type people who not only gave the birth—gave me birth at their ages… which my mother is 66, currently, and my father is currently 80. They both just turned that way in the last couple of months. And, uh, I was born in 1982. They gave me the birth… then, and, uh, anyway, it was so nice of—for them to give me the, uh, birth during the early 1980s.
I was diagnosed with high-functional autism, and I lived a, uh, somewhat rough life. I've had an abusive babysitter at one time, [inhales sharply] and some of the teachers and principals of Nathanael Greene Elementary School… that I was attending in later years (about, uh, late 1980s, early 1990s) [inhales sharply] They abused me—they abused me by pinning me to the ground with, uh, their ha—with, uh, holding my wrists and my ankles, pinning me down to the ground and—and audio-taping my cries and shouts. But, anyway, my mother and my father, they both fought the court system, the Greene County court system, which, uh, they were not a very nice bunch of people, very not. Hands down. But, anyway, we eventually moved to Chesterfield County for a nice, better school system. And one teacher in particular, of Providence Middle School, who I would like to give much kudos to, who w—who was—who, uh, let—who not—who not only, uh, let me—who was a good—good, uh, person to go by dur—uh, during my mainstreaming, and she was also the, uh, also a good leader in my learning to cope. I wish to give kudos to Mrs. Virginia Jeanine Sanford, of Providence Middle School, in Chesterfield County, whose picture is, uh, in the trailer of my "CWC on TV" DVD, which is also on the—the YouTube.
nd, after being on honor roll throughout, uh, Providence Middle and Manchester High, Sonichu was first thought up in my senior year at Ma— [jump cut] …along with a nice bunch of teachers backing me up, and my circle of gal pals (I mostly had gal—mostly had that circle during my high school years), anyway, after all that, I graduated. I graduated. Then, we moved back to, uh, our old home in Ruckersville, where I attended Piedmont Virginia Community College, and, eventually, I graduated from there, too, with a degree in Computer-Aided Drafting and Design, also known as "CAD/CAM".
And, uh, during my high school years, I was used to being surrounded by… girls… in my circle, and after having to, uh, leave them I felt ever so lonesome. And, after the stress from some of the people—people at PVCC, as well as my mental block [mimes punching himself in the head] of autism, it became hard from me to approach gir—approach the girls like I used to. And I would like to point out right now, at this—at, uh—during my—ever since I—ever—during the whole—my whole Sweetheart Search has started, when I turned 21 on February 24, 2002. Anyway, beyond that date, I never have stalked anybody. Never have stalked. I'm telling you right—I'm telling you right now. All I did was sit around, with a sign by my side that said I was looking for a Boyfriend-Free Girl, 18-25, yadda yadda yadda, all tha— [abrupt jump cut] …page.
And I did all that, because I had feared rejection, and the Infinitely-High Boyfriend-Factor, because you cannot tell which ladies are paired up, and which are not. And wedding rings, that's just a whole different story, 'cause they're married, because y—it's not like you give every women a ring who's already paired up. [long pause] Well, that's just one perspective. [inhales sharply] But, anyway, uh, I did not move from my seat… at all, unless I needed to go use the restroom. That's it. Okay? I never moved from my seat while I'm sitting around waiting for the girl to come to me. ‘Cause that's all I'm doing there; I'm just waiting for a girl to come talk to me, 'cause... [inhales sharply] like I said, I'm afraid to approach them… at that point.
So please understand: I am not a violent person. I'm decent. I come from a caring, loving pair of parents. I'm kind. I'm considerate. I will respect your space [removes glasses]—and your feelings—ever so much. [puts glasses back on and inhales sharply] And… I apologize for my MySpace profile, if it appears to reflect anything on the contrary of all that. I apologize that I appear to be a [puts on a “slow” voice and sways with each word] slowww-miiinded perrrsonnn! [abrupt jump cut] I'm sorry for reflecting any negative feelings towards each of you that have felt them, including those who have had such feelings they have created, uh, demeaning web pages. All I ask—all I ask are those people who are watching this right now, is just… take them down? Please? I'm asking as an innocent victim of misunderstanding, just take down your web pages, or edit them to positively better reflect my feelings as an individual, as a person… as a man who has suffered, like most everybody in this world that we all live in. [sighs]
Thank you very much for li—for your time, and listening, and please remember: I'm a innocent person. Just like most every one of you, I've had my faults, I've had my share of… bad times, and my share of good times. Please understand that.
Thank you again. Take care.
Text can be filtered, and Spidey serves no purpose other than to bump threads and keep them on the front page. There's a number on the bottom-right of your screen that tells you what page the thread is on; this one hasn't moved from page 1 thanks to the gfur and Spidey posts.
Pedophiles make me fucking sick
You're all so fucking pathetic, either you're actually picking on children just because you're weak and they're vulnerable, or you're just imagining it, you're not even brave enough to try it for real or strong enough to. You're nothing but a mass of pathetic small-dicked fantasies stuck in your childhood.
You fucking worms make me sick. At least ugly or fat dudes that jack off to real women have a decent imagination, you're just pathetic
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Yea, so you understand my point?
Post as many images as you want, or as much spam as you want, it's all in vain since another thread can be created at any instance. Furthermore with 4Chan's settings pretty much anything can be filtered - I personally haven't even seen half the shit in this thread.
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