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I am transcribing this BITCH. --Ronichu 01:14, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

  • Fucking done. --Ronichu 02:21, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Ahahahaha, Chris is going to organize the high school reunion by himself. This is awesome as it is, but we can't let this opportunity to troll him go by. EtonpilfAnetah 01:18, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

How do we know that a reunion has already been organised, and that Chris was not invited? Sorrid Snake 01:29, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

oh, i did some digging around. i don't have it on me, but i'm 95% sure there was one planned. Clydec 01:30, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

I think the single funniest thing in this video is that Chris implies he thinks the reason he cant break into the video game industry is because of trolls working for Nintendo. Also, i'm pretty sure he wants a reunion so he can hook up, I'd imagine the last women willing to associated with him were in highschool. Also, I dunno what to do with this, do whatever if you want, just doodling.
Pinefresh 02:40, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Need any on scene reporters for this shit. I don't live that far away from Manchester High.ShinGokuIAM 05:23, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

  • Sure. I'd post it here, but you Google it yourself....(chris if you're reading this you're a lazy shit). If the date is november then you got it. Clydec 07:01, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

I checked it out a couple months ago, and I didn't see anything that would indicate that they had planned a reunion. Besides, if I remember correctly, Chris was on one of the mailing lists to be informed if something did happen. Given that few, if any, of his former classmates are aware of his internet notoriety, I doubt that he would've been left out of the loop.--Racer X 06:56, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

  • Well, I have an address and date and time and everything. I'm sure that was probably a fake Chris... Clydec 07:01, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
  • Oh, I see. You were posting your answer as I was posting my hypothesis. Leave it to the great Clyde Cash to be one step ahead of Inspector Detector and I. --Racer X 07:05, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Side note.

One interesting thing I noticed while transcribing this BITCH. Chris repeats his number for emphasis- does he think YouTube is live? Like live TV? He seems to do almost all of his videos 'on the first take', mistakes included, so this would seem plausible. --Ronichu 02:20, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

  • It's because doing multiple takes and editing is SO HARD and WAY TOO MUCH WORK. Also one take is much more TRUE and HONEST. Someone gets into it somewhere on the CWCki, but I forget where.--RTBHBX 06:01, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Transcribing his shit english?

We all know Chris can't present himself verbally, but it's getting to the point where it can be difficult to follow the transcription for his videos since they seem to be written out fairly close to verbatim to his actual speech. Since the transcribing seems to be done by a small group of people (thanks for that, by the way) it's fairly consistent, but even so, should there be some kind of guideline written up for it? Such as what mispronounciations should be included, what stuttering to include, that sort of thing? -- Borednewb 20:47, 27 August 2010 (PDT) (signature added later for clarification purposes).

  • First of all, sign your posts (it's just --~~~~ at the end of your post). Secondly, some videos are transcribed like that- I transcribed part of Mumble 6 that way, mainly because it was Chris and Julie cybering and I really didn't need to go over and over that just to make sure I got every bit of his spastic stuttering correct. Speaking personally, I prefer to make the transcription as faithful as possible- including stuttering and mistakes. I believe that's the most 'faithful' way to render articles where Chris speaks, including this one. That's one of the perks about being a transcriber- you get to pick your style. If the inclusion of the stuttering (etc) really annoys you, the only thing I can suggest is to take a stab at the vast library of untranscribed audio we have available and transcribe it to your liking. --Ronichu 02:24, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
  • Sorry about the unsigned, Slipped my mind. And I would probably be a bad choice for transcribing, as due to my personal history I use a spastic mix of English and American spelling, among other things. This wasn't intended as a criticism, just asking if there should be a general guideline. Like I said in the original post, the work of the transcribers is greatly appreciated. Sometimes it's just... painful to listen to him, and it's a lot easier to just read over his idiocy. -- Borednewb 20:47, 27 August 2010 (PDT)


So far, I've only looked at the thumb but from the image it really seems like his MPB is proceeding just as planned. EDIT: Looked at the first few seconds. It's clear as day now. Chris is going bald really quickly. Anyone care to estimate how long he's got/ I would, but I don't know how to. Freecell 08:04, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Think that as his MPB progresses we can chronicle his receding hairline? I'd be interested to see how quickly it is falling out now compared to the last few years. --Caboose -1 10:18, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
I don't know how long he has but it really doesn't look healthy. It looks greasy and stringy and I honestly wonder how long it's been since he's bathed or washed his hair.

Either way, I'd say that he'll be completely bald by November. Just looking at it now compared to pictures from FAF, there's a very noticeable difference. - Captainhowdy 10:24, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Oh, this ties rather nicely into what I said about his endocrine/integumentary troubles. He definitely has androgenic alopecia, and the last three years have been something of a turning point for him; if you've noticed he's lost nearly all of his hair in the temples(which is where it's first lost), and about half the area in the frontal, it's at about a Norwood3 now. As to when he’ll lose the rest, well, It's hard to give a set schedule on hair loss as it's so dependent on specifics, with some individuals it retreats to a certain extent and then stabilizes(bob for instance), or it might just progress at an increasing rate. Chris definitely seems to be the later: his life style is going to have a greater impact as he ages, and his increasing body fat means that his body puts together more hormones ,DHT(hair loss skin problems) included, this has a disproportional effect because Chris seems to be sensitive to DHT(which is hereditary) and other hormones can convert to DHT but DHT can’t convert to anything else. You can see how this has worked by looking at a this from a case study standpoint: most of the loss he had from 18-26 was at the ends temples which is in line with the adult hair line men develop; past 08 though he’s lost all his hair from the temples, and afterwards started losing it in the frontal(middle forehead) at a accelerating pace, essentially we can consider that to be the full onset. If I had to give an estimate on how it’s going to progress it’d be that his hair in the temples area will have gone to his vertex in about six months, and he’ll lose the frontal in that time to a year (If you look you can see that it’s patchy in the front, which means it’s micronzing and a becomes progressively thinner every hair cycle, that's why you see it get worse every few months), the next likely point of thing is going to be at the vertex which depending on factors might take as much as a couple of years to clear out. I think you could say with confidence that he’ll have advanced alopecia by the time he’s 30, namely that the clearings in his temples frontal and vertex will have linked into one larger sea of bald.-Kei 11:39, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
  • Cool story, bro. Actually, i was looking for someone to say pretty much this. That seems to fit with my prediction range nicely, so that's pretty cool. Freecell 11:45, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
Lolk, sorry about the TLDR, a simple answer just seemed misleading. I think it's pretty interesting that Chris seems to be trying his hand at a combover, so he's probably noticed. I wonder if he's going to try meds... given how extensive his hair loss is now(temple hair has been gone too long), he'd need a transplant to reverse it.-Kei 12:05, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
Chris can't even go bald with dignity. The worst part is that he still thinks he has a full head of hair. --BreadGod 12:12, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
  • Holy shit, if you pause it at 4:30, you can see what appears to be a seriously large patch of skin under a comb-over, unless that's just an artifact of video compression or something. Maybe the baldest image of him yet. Rrosai 00:48, 21 December 2010 (PST)


Hmm, I wonder where Chris is getting his Trollbuster idea from? I've poked Google and beyond a website that shuts down patents, most of the Trollbuster gatherings were failures. Which isn't totally surprising considering who we're dealing with here, but still. My guess, though, is that he's probably either a) met a group on PSN or b) decided to come up with it himself.--Blazer 08:36, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

  • The answer is B.--MoarLurk 08:41, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
    • Ironically enough, the real troll busters are a group of lawyers that specialize in patent law: "Troll-Busters" --SargentPickles 09:52, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
      • That website is as terrible as their services invaluable. ... Anyhow: given there's a Trollbusters truck with a no-trolls logo, we can assume he's riffing on the more-popular Ghostbusters for once. You'd think he'd put the no-troll logo on the t-shirt instead of a block of text, but then Chris is a lazy idiot, so! EnsignDisposable 10:00, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
        • It's quite obvious he just made it up, since, you know, he's Chris. Right now I think the more prevalent issue is whether he is going to build on the trollbusters, perhaps going so far so as to include them as characters in his later comic strips, or if this is just going to disappear due to his laziness. Melainia 20:50 15 September 2010 (EST)

Next thing you know he's going to be talking about the cyberpolice and how consequences will never be the same...--Caboose -1 10:20, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

First time I heard it, I had thought "Mythbusters" (also: "Great, now I gotta kill him before he draws them in his comic", but I digress), but seems to be most likeley that other Ghostbusters is the idea, since 'SonichuBusters' and 'CWCBusters' probably didn't sound self-serving enough.--Xavier orona 20:31, 15 September 2010 (PDT)

Alumni Class

So I checked online and found that Chris actually has 8 accounts with the website. While you don't HAVE to pay for membership ($20) they give you a limited profile where you can't really do anything if you don't pay. Chris may have paid for a number of the memberships. This is really sad for Chris because, using a limited profile, I was able to find the reunion date and place in a few seconds. --Caboose -1 10:27, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

  • So, was Chris deliberately not invited to the reunion, or is it just that he hasn't found out about the reunion because he's a retard? EtonpilfAnetah 10:40, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
99% chance that those accounts are trolls. Learn to spot 'em... Besides, despite just about everyone saying they know the date/location, NO ONE has offered those bits of info. Instead of so self-assuredly saying that Chris missed out and was uninvited, why don't we offer proof of this claim? --SeventhBase 11:00, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
Fine: (edited out to avoid giving potentially valuable info away) I can even put in the contact info. I withheld it because I thought Chris might be watching this. --Caboose -1 11:28, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
Well... I stand corrected, then. I'm fairly sure Chris is already well-aware of this in any case. --SeventhBase 11:39, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
November will be so cash. CaptainCanuck 13:34, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
  • I left a message telling him the details, but I'm not sure if he'll bother to listen to it or take it seriously. I'm still trying to get in contact with him. I may just end up calling Bob and telling him I'm Chris's former classmate and the reunion details. Meat Miracle 19:21, 28 August 2010 (PDT)
  • Know it's not a forum but I have to know why you'd bother telling him.--Caboose -1 21:52, 28 August 2010 (PDT)
  • So he'll be able to attend the reunion and make an ass out of himself. Think strategically, brah. Victor Charlie 23:00, 28 August 2010 (PDT)
  • I don't know if telling him will do anything - after all, he doesn't want to be tricked by us DAMN DIRTY TROLLS. I'm going to guess he's too mentally retarded to figure out where the reunion is, let alone go there. EtonpilfAnetah 17:27, 29 August 2010 (PDT)

Deliberately not invited?

I wasn't "invited" to my five-year reunion because I'd moved a mile away from where I lived in high-school in the interim and I wasn't very connected socially with anyone from my class before or after. I found out about it, I showed up, I paid the $20, and that was that. I'm not sure anyone is really invited to their high-school reunion—it's put on and they're just informed of its existence. The invitation is implicit.

A more likely scenario is that no one was wont to research the current whereabouts of like 300 other people so they just organized the damned thing and didn't make it a secret. Chris might even have seen the information about it on the Internet not been able to wrap his retarded, autism-riddled brain around the idea that just because it's on the Internet doesn't make it the work of trolls just because he has a unique history of being trolled.

He might just think what many of you seem to think—that if it were a real reunion, someone would've contacted him if they wanted him to come. —Thepicklesuitintheman 11:17, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

  • You know, I'd be pretty fucking paranoid if I found out that for the last two years of my life the only people I've had contact with were people who hate me and enjoy watching me fail, and that most, if not all, of the major events in my life in that period were orchestrated by said people. Just saying. --DStecks 12:54, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
I guess it's true what they say, then: you're just like Chris.
No, um... what's interesting about all the trolling—at least as it's been presented publicly—is how fucking obvious it is that the trolls never act like normal people would and that despite how bluntly he's told that he's not acting right and they're not acting right, he plows forward only to be humiliated and frustrated again without ever learning any lessons about how people behave. This whole problem could be answered with a phone call: surely someone the high school staff knows about the reunion even though the school itself probably has nothing to do with organizing it, but Chris insists on barreling forward with his ridiculous YouTube videos which have never helped him before and which he has no reason to believe anyone involved's going to see, before or after the reunion because Chris and Co. go on forcefully believing the first thought that oozes into their heads and go on defending it to the death for no reason.
tl;dr Chris consistently trusts people he shouldn't and doesn't trust people he should for no reason and this is just another indication of that. It's on and he's invited—he just refuses to acknowledge it. —Thepicklesuitintheman 13:42, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Why is it so hard for people to sign your posts?! It's just 4 ~ in a row. --Caboose -1 14:08, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Every post in this section has been signed. —Thepicklesuitintheman 15:26, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
And I was supposed to know that the paragraphs all belonged to you and not to a person who doesn't sign their --Caboose -1 16:51, 27 August 2010 (PDT)
By possessing some basic skills in the english language. --CaptainCanuck 17:21, 29 August 2010 (PDT)
One click actually. --Sonijew is back 15:34, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Real Troll Busters

There is an actual group called Troll Busters. It's in "patent reexamination services" which I have no idea what means. Either way, the important part remains: they have a copyright and a trademark on the name Troll Busters and they are not related to internet trolls at all. Judging by his recent Modnation creations he's trying to make some franchise out of his Trollbusters. Poor dumb Chris can't even google anymore. --OFSheep 20:37, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Short explanation of patent trolls: they're people who 1) make an invention or acquire a patent from someone else, 2) without saying a word, let some bigger company to make an another invention which uses the exact same technology, and 3) sue the bigger company for infringing on the little guy's patents. All this while decidedly not having plans to actually use the invention for anything themselves. A famous case: Eolas vs. Microsoft on web browser plugins. --wwwwolf (wake me when you need me) 03:19, 28 August 2010 (PDT)

New Subject Matter?

Should there be a new tag involving real life? I would've said high school, but even with these two recent videos, it's too early to tell if he'll continue making videos once in a while, let alone those involving the high school reunion. --Marco 23:03, 27 August 2010 (PDT)

Chris put up a post on a website called "" which can be found here (It's the second post from the top)

Do you guys think this should be linked to in the article? Derpiggish 12:51, 11 January 2012 (PST)