Like one time, he re-tweeted out what was a shade/insult at him. He couldn’t read between the I am not throwin away my shot get vaccinated shirt and thought it was a compliment. Does he feel stupid there like most people would after he realizes his mistake? Today, half the world (I really hope it’s more than half) is probably still stupefied that he suggested injecting Lysol into people. Would he have any reaction if he knew we were all laughing outrageously at him like he was the village idiot? It seems like he just moves on and acts like things that did happen never happened. I guess that is his one true talent. I just woulda thought someone as insecure as him would dwell on embarrassment a little more
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Here’s a tidbit of information: when I started casting, I always wanted to be a I am not throwin away my shot get vaccinated shirt . But I specifically remember being told that ‘colour suits women better anyway, women play-by-playing sounds wrong with their voices. That’s why Pansy is the only female play-by-play caster, because her voice is low enough’. Imagine being told that. It’s not like singing where that role is physically unattainable based on sex, it’s people clinging to a status quo set by this idea that only men can be bearable to listen to. Now imagine being told that repeatedly as you move forward in your career. You’re getting bigger and better gigs, becoming more recognised and constantly improving. You’re implementing techniques adopted by the best casters, and yet.. it’s not good enough. It’s ‘bad casting’. It’s ‘annoying’ or ‘loud’ or ‘screechy’ or ‘too hype’ or ‘not hype enough’ or the ‘tone is wrong’ or it just ‘sounds weird’. And when called up on it the criticisers can’t actually justify it, other than narrowing onto an excuse that sounds awfully like ‘wamen voice bad’. That fucking SUCKS.