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Why Am I Doing Emoti-Con Indy? You've Asked, So I'll Answer:

megg33k:

Many people have asked why, given how DashCon turned out, Cain and I would try to run another convention. Specifically, why are we running Emoti-Con Indy as So Attacked Entertainment LLC? Even more specifically, why are we hosting it in the same location and on the same dates that DashCon 2015 was…

faoksymatt asked
Was dashcon a blast

Yes

gdelgiproducer:

missglinda:

officialheatherchandler:

gabeebert:

extraordinaryfearlessness:

ilikebroadwaythings:

petite-sorciere:

This hurts because bridges

jrb throwing shade is always the best

Look, this pisses me off. Just because your show was great and underappreciated doesn’t mean that you have to throw shade at shows that reach wider audiences and are successful. I will never understand why the Broadway fandom and people in Broadway get so mad at popular shows for being popular.

I don’t think this is so much being mad at people for liking popular shows as it is being upset that good shows go unrecognized because a lot of people don’t like stepping out of their comfort zones. All those songs/shows are amazing and deserve to be seen. But others shows do too.

I hate to say it but to me it sounds like some bitter-ass-hoe shit from JRB. like sorry that some people can’t/won’t/don’t step out of their comfort zones but what are you gonna do, hold a gun to a tourists’ head and point them to whatever deep emotional show you have off-off-off broadway rn? love you but you don’t even have anything on broadway right now pls just wait for your L5Y movie to come out and chill with ya 20$ from Bridges until then

I literally cannot believe you just said something that rude. Are you drunk? You’ve gotta be drunk.

To respond to the tags of the person who I’m reblogging this from, I’m all about the commentary, and fuck the tweet. Quite frankly, JRB has been biting the hand that fed him for a long time, and he should watch his ass, because sooner or later people are going to see behavior like this and think he’s bad for business. Good luck getting anyone with money to take a chance on your new show when they’re worried you’ll take to Twitter and throw more shade at people. (Incidentally, Jason darling, you weren’t exactly taking a risk when you adapted a successful novel and film into a musical, were you? Pretentious pile of crap.)
Oh, and by the way, I know I’m in the minority when I say this, but (just my opinion) Bridges sucked ass. It’s one thing to be rightfully pissed about good shows being ignored, but it’s fuckin’ Bridges we’re talking about.

As if I needed another reason to love you, you freely acknowledge that Bridges was dreadful.

gdelgiproducer:

missglinda:

officialheatherchandler:

gabeebert:

extraordinaryfearlessness:

ilikebroadwaythings:

petite-sorciere:

This hurts because bridges

jrb throwing shade is always the best

Look, this pisses me off. Just because your show was great and underappreciated doesn’t mean that you have to throw shade at shows that reach wider audiences and are successful. I will never understand why the Broadway fandom and people in Broadway get so mad at popular shows for being popular.

I don’t think this is so much being mad at people for liking popular shows as it is being upset that good shows go unrecognized because a lot of people don’t like stepping out of their comfort zones. All those songs/shows are amazing and deserve to be seen. But others shows do too.

I hate to say it but to me it sounds like some bitter-ass-hoe shit from JRB. like sorry that some people can’t/won’t/don’t step out of their comfort zones but what are you gonna do, hold a gun to a tourists’ head and point them to whatever deep emotional show you have off-off-off broadway rn? love you but you don’t even have anything on broadway right now pls just wait for your L5Y movie to come out and chill with ya 20$ from Bridges until then

I literally cannot believe you just said something that rude. Are you drunk? You’ve gotta be drunk.

To respond to the tags of the person who I’m reblogging this from, I’m all about the commentary, and fuck the tweet. Quite frankly, JRB has been biting the hand that fed him for a long time, and he should watch his ass, because sooner or later people are going to see behavior like this and think he’s bad for business. Good luck getting anyone with money to take a chance on your new show when they’re worried you’ll take to Twitter and throw more shade at people. (Incidentally, Jason darling, you weren’t exactly taking a risk when you adapted a successful novel and film into a musical, were you? Pretentious pile of crap.)

Oh, and by the way, I know I’m in the minority when I say this, but (just my opinion) Bridges sucked ass. It’s one thing to be rightfully pissed about good shows being ignored, but it’s fuckin’ Bridges we’re talking about.

As if I needed another reason to love you, you freely acknowledge that Bridges was dreadful.

(Source: chandraleeschwartz)

officialunitedstates:

if you represent yourself in court and win your case you level up threefold and can become a sitting appellate judge

Anonymous asked
skyward sword sucks how dare you recommend it miss poppy

poppypicklesticks:

northwindgray:

poppypicklesticks:

it has Pipit and the Earth Temple theme in it

you shut your whore mouth 

AND it has a water dungeon that doesn’t suck!

Um excuse you

Water dungeons are the best

Zelda: Mermaid’s Cave, Angler’s Tunnel, Dancing Dragon Dungeon, Swamp Palace, the Oracle of Ages Jabu Jabu’s Belly, Great Bay Temple, Lakebed Temple

Non Zelda: Mercury Lighthouse, Mt Kazai, Thoda Geyser, Distant Spring, Perplexing Pool

I would raise my children in a water dungeon they are that cool 

Poppy likes Water Dungeons confirmed for hero.