JudgeHolden wrote:Let's be honest ... Zac was a moron for even trying to argue in the forms. He has been around long enough to predict what was going to happen. It's like he was one of those guys who carries the flag in Warsong and runs straight towards the sea of red, and then bitches that he's now being camped in the graveyard ...
"I've never seen anything that seems like it was designed more than just getting chuckles out of the audience."
Ijexis wrote:I am only saddened about the "creatively bankrupt" statements, I like to be as creative with whatever endeavors I partake in. The interviewer just depresses me immensely..."I've never seen anything that seems like it was designed more than just getting chuckles out of the audience."
Wow...I think I am going to go cry in a corner...
xstylus wrote:I think the podcast wasn't that bad. It was more or less some chitchat about ye olden days of yore, which is all well and good. The politely delivered digs regarding AX's past misdeeds stung, but tis' past history.
Seijin_Dinger wrote:Honestly learning from the past is needed, if it stings, look at how to continue to improve the contest so that the past stays in the past.
Brakus wrote:I must have autism or Asperger's, because I totally missed the sarcasm in outlawed's post. Either that or he was really being genuinely sincere.
I thought the interview went OK, and I think Brad DeMoss held his own quite fine. Unfortunately I don't think he may have swayed Zac's opinion of the AMV hobby -- and quite frankly, the behavior of some of you about this didn't help in that matter. Zac and Justin are good people, but it's just best to take their opinions with a grain of salt. Lord knows they've been wrong about many things before.
xstylus wrote:I'd loved to have had a conversation between him, Vlad, and myself on the topic of AMVs (I was days away from contacting him about it when this came up), but looks like that's unlikely to happen anytime soon now.
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