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12-08-2011 @ 5:20PM
That guys really isn't horsing around.Yes, that is what I meant.Also, eek....some of the people on the link look scary, and not because of the cosplay.(it could be because I have no idea what look they were going for)
12-08-2011 @ 5:27PM
I always thought I was fat. I guess I'm California fat, not Chicago fat.
12-08-2011 @ 5:39PM
@johnthediverCan we avoid judging people on their appearance, particularly their weight?
12-08-2011 @ 6:01PM
Some of those... (Kelly! I'm going to have nightmares of.. him? Her?) were... wow. Ok.Others... it looked like one guy they just pulled off the street and were like, "You're wearing a t-shirt and jeans, clearly you're cosplaying. Mind if we take your picture?"
12-08-2011 @ 8:28PM
@john - You may be CA fat, but stupidity knows no bounds.
12-09-2011 @ 5:35AM
Okay so I'm not going to defend John, but I have to stick up for him on this statement here:"Can we avoid judging people on their appearance, particularly their weight?"If you put a picture of yourself on the internet, or allow a picture to be taken that will be put up publicly (such as that windycon gallery), then you are subjecting yourself to judgment. We judge people on their looks all the time, including their weight.Now yes, John was being a complete douche about it, but if someone wants to make a comment criticizing the appearance of people, then I say have at it. Hih's post above is a good example of a legitimate criticism of some of the people in that gallery, but he does it in a way that isn't overly mean or jerky.
12-09-2011 @ 8:25AM
That first Klingon is the saddest Klingon in the world. He could use a cuddle!
12-12-2011 @ 2:23AM
I think anybody criticizing a person's appearance on the internet should first post a picture of themselves. ;)
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