Godbear, he looks so old. It's like he's aged ten years in the last few months.
I'm really liking his new approach to musical scoring, however. Is there a story behind why he's recording with this sort of music? The songfs are so sad, nostalgic, and classy; they really drive home the feeling that you're watching the final twilight hours of long-since faded glory.
The backstory (also noted in the YTR description):
I'm glad he's finally making some money off his artwork. With Chris' spending habits, it's not really going to make much of a difference, but it's better than nothing, and it could save Barb and him from starving to death once the insurance runs out, if nothing else. Speaking of which, here is his ebay page, in case anyone is interested in purchasing something:
I have no idea. It certainly doesn't look genuine, but that's one of the greatest mysteries of CWC's mind: does Chris act this way because he truly has no feelings, or is it rather that his autism makes him incapable of expressing feelings in a manner the rest of us would recognize?
Chris' rage seems pretty genuine, particularly when he's not getting his way, but his sorrow usually comes off like a show put on by a sulky child. I don't doubt that he's depressed, but he's also remarkably resilient, all things considered, so I wouldn't worry too much! As long as Chris has his LEGOS and his ponies, he'll never give up hope.
In the end, he’ll say, “One girlfriend, please”!
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Yeah, there's an unsettling, Game of Thronesy calculated ambiguity to a lot of what Chris does. Like, yesterday, my roommate and I were debating if Aiden Gillan's performance as Littlefinger is brilliant or terrible. On one hand, his accent constantly fluctuates from episode to episode, but on the other hand, so do his motivations. What makes the character fascinating is that he's reliably unreliable; people trust Littlefinger because they view him as a low-level schemer that, although obviously an untrustworthy backstabbing finger-tenter, has such transparent motivations he can be easily played.
With Chris, you're never quite sure if he genuinely expresses emotion in this sort of stylized, theatrical camp, or if it's all part of his master finger-tenting plan.I remember one video he made where his "girlfriend" died in a fire, and he became so depressed that he took a nap. Later that night, he was invoking prima noctae on another girl. Did he only pretend to be distraught at the death of his beloved to secure a marriage with the Tyrells? Or is natural instict to respond to trauma by jerking off and eating a big sandwich????
I guess what I'm saying is that there's still two more books to be written in the series, and it's not too late to have Ricardo Lannister become the greatest monarch the Seven Kingdoms have yet seen.
the old yellow lighting, like out of some ancient photograph; the skirt and tights; the fat tits; the old man head - and he's what, 25?
32 or 33, I think. But evidently that's 65 in Pokemon Years.
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Glad to see he's looking well.
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If anyone was able to help Chris-Chan become an functioning yet challenged adult, they would deserve a Nobel fucking prize.
At this point, Chris has become a living cautionary tale. How parents need to listen to teachers and doctors and how not to raise challenged children. Also, the notion that the mentally ill are not playthings.
hahaha yeah - a cautionary tale. a book could be made featuring a graphical portrayal of CWC through the years, from the highs of CWCville to the lows of whatever this is. and the book is given to every new parent in the same instant their newborn is handed to them in the hospital.
but what's the real message? hoarding plus child neglect breeds horrible anime-based attention-seeking behavior?
I can't look at him and not think of 80s Gallagher, Sam Kinston, David Crosby, Wavy Gravy, and several other celebrities of that nature!
I wonder how much longer the male transgender lesbian shtick will last.
I don't feel sorry for fat people
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