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So, Ed Fleming is pretty much a douchebag

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  • BurkhalterBurkhalter __BANNED USERS regular
    edited September 2007
    I did read the rest of the thread. And the post on the main page.


    And it is just "some guy." Just like Gabe and/or Tycho are also just "some guy." I don't get you people. You get worked up over some weak shit.

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  • OfficerOfficer Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    It isn't just about his hitting on Amber (He is a guy, guys like womenz), but the fact that he was trashed at PAX, was wearing a media badge and was trying to pimp his own show to the PAX exhibitors whilst undercover. It was underhanded, idiotic, and highly unprofessional. There are times when people need to be held to a higher standard, if you are wearing a yellow pass, you are there free, as a guest of Penny Arcade. Not just an attendee, you are there for, supposedly, work. Not to mention, when you are representing a con, the way he does, then he needs to display that higher level of professionalism, otherwise people lose respect for him, and lose interest in his con.

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  • cooljammer00cooljammer00 Hey Small Christmas-Man!Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Cymoro wrote: »
    Deiru wrote: »
    I was actually looking forward the VGXPO since it's one of the few video game cons on the East Coast. Now, though... I'm not so sure.

    I guess there's still Blipfest in NY, although that's more of an art/video game/music type thing, featuring artists using hacked consoles to make music.

    Hey now, there's ICON each year in late march at Stony Brook University on Long Island. I've gone there 3 years now and they have yet to disappoint me. Kevin Sorbo and George Takei as guests of honor? Hell yeah.

    I'm sitting in my SBU dorm right now.

    I've heard many things about this ICON, and I'm glad you thought it was good. Now that makes me want to go even more.

    edit: so Harlan Ellison is gonna be there? Isn't he the "foolscap" guy?

    And this is like, a Sci Fi convention or something, right? I can't really tell, since the Mythbusters Build Team was there a year or two ago.

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  • Shades747Shades747 Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    I will have you to know that those Enforcers that you give so much credit to happened to be a bunch of teenagers who were half asleep that evening!

    I saw a lot of it. From what I saw it looked like Ed was just having a good time and just trying bring levity to those sleepy "enforcers". There were others around also, not just the Enforcers.

    And where are those Enforcers? Why don't they come forward and tell the truth. He seemed like a nice enough guy from out of town.

    You guys have got to cool it with Ed and give him some slack until you know what really happened. God, I wish I had a camcorder that night so you guys could see. Something seems to be going on with this story that is out. They made him out to be the stupid beast. He was no more intoxicated then a lot of the others. I just had to sign up and write what I saw because I am getting sick and tired of it.


    First off, whoever wrote this was not there. It's far too inaccurate to be some 3rd party trying to make things right or whatever. I guess I should be flattered if someone (Ed) thinks I look like a teenager. Nor were we "sleepy", (thank bawls and normal nocturnal habits for that). And no Big Red, I am NOT "at least 30" :x As the only Enforcer present for the initial incident AND the following badge removal, I saw all of it first hand, and with people questioning what happened I figured I should offer my 2 cents.

    The account on the front page of PA is accurate. Ed was REALLY drunk. He was A LOT more intoxicated than everyone else, this is why he never made it past the front escalators. In fact, out of the entire weekend we only had one other "drunk" to deal with and they simply left when we asked. Ed would not. We had no idea who he was until he was trying to score points with Amber. I didn't exactly hear the "PAX sucks" or whatever his line was while he handed over his card (as he was trying very hard to whisper only to her), but I did witness much name dropping and braggart-ness and the comment seems to fit with the rest of the conversation I was witness too. I have no doubt that he said what was claimed.

    After talking with him for quite some time both nights, it was easy for me to "get" Ed. He's a guy that can get what he wants by not giving in and talking until you can't say no. I imagine he was/is a sales person, most likely used cars or something of the sort. Unfortunately for him there's a lot of us that aren't stupid enough to fall for those tricks. I don't know how he got a media badge, and I seriously doubt he was personally invited (as someone at some point suggested).

    I don't have anything personal against him. He was just some guy who could not or would not accept our policies. We would have removed his badge at the time, however with the state he was in and only having one uniformed police officer nearby we decided not to press the issue at that time. I wouldn't have anything to do with his con, mainly because of him (not basing that on just this incident either). As someone who is supposed to be in charge of another gaming related con, I would expect him to understand why we took the actions we did, but I guess he didn't see anything wrong with it. If anyone does go, please take some drunk repellent, as apparently that sort of thing is welcome at "E for Ed". Oh, and I feel sorry for his wife.


    "Enforcer Supreme" 8-)

    "edited to add: And since I'm sure Ed will read this... thank you for finally leaving and not coming back on Sunday. I did not want to have to escort you out a 3rd time, although I was expecting it. I like surprises. ;)"

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  • AbsurdistAbsurdist Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    AN OPEN LETTER TO ED FLEMING

    Mr. Fleming,

    You, sir, have acted like an asshole. Your refusal to accept the legitimacy of the reaction that you have engendered in the PA community is no doubt based upon your having been an asshole many times over the years without stirring up nearly so much sustained indignation. However, if you are wise, you will consider this as a valuable, object lesson as to the differences between one-on-one human interactions and interactions with tightly-knit digital communities.

    To wit: you may be able to downplay your bad attitude with some people, but that shit don't fly here.

    My friendly suggestion to you is to learn to use the medium and the connectedness of the community to your advantage rather than trying to dismiss their importance. Apologize, sir, wholeheartedly and completely. We are not moral paragons; many of us have acted in similarly reprehensible fashion in the past. We are likely to forgive if we believe you behavior at PAX was merely an instance of bad judgment caused by too much drinking. We are likely to cast continued aspersions on you if you insist on claiming blamelessness - even partial blamelessness! - in an incident which was witnessed and confirmed by many people, all of whom we trust more than we do you.

    Pride and stubbornness have certain advantages in the business world, but the truly intelligent person knows when to capitulate and when to stand firm. Now is not the time to stand firm. The good people here, at least some of us, are waiting for your contrition, which is already overdue. Sun Tsu said, "The effective general knows that his men rise to the level of his own confidence in them." Have confidence in our generosity, and you may inspire us to generosity. Have confidence in our gullibility, and you will only infuriate us further.

    A final word: obviously, I cannot speak for everyone here. There are certainly those in whom you have already created so much displeasure that no form of apology or any other deed at all will wipe clean your slate. However, since no strategy could be less effective than that which you have pursued up until now, I suggest swallowing your pride anyway. A little forgiveness is better than none.

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator mod
    edited September 2007
    Well said, although I don't think he'll actually read it here.

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  • ShadeShade Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    _______moe wrote: »
    Well said, although I don't think he'll actually read it here.

    I have a sneaking suspicion that he already has*.








    *I have no proof

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  • BigRedBigRed Seattle, WARegistered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Shades747 wrote: »
    And no Big Red, I am NOT "at least 30" :x As the only Enforcer present for the initial incident AND the following badge removal, I saw all of it first hand, and with people questioning what happened I figured I should offer my 2 cents.

    oh stfu old man :P

    I was refering to another enforcer who reported to the call.

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  • agoajagoaj Top Tier One FearRegistered User regular
    edited September 2007
    _______moe wrote: »
    Fun or not, I don't want to be involved with a company who uses such underhanded and downright sleazy business tactics to recruit exhibitors and attendees. It was bad enough he was there fishing for people for VGXpo, it was worse that he was posing as media and it was downright scandalous that he would get drunk enough to let his cover slip to Amber of all people. I would only consider going to the event at this point if Ed Fleming was fired or stepped down.

    What if you could dunk him into some sort of liquid?

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  • Raiden333Raiden333 Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    agoaj wrote: »
    _______moe wrote: »
    Fun or not, I don't want to be involved with a company who uses such underhanded and downright sleazy business tactics to recruit exhibitors and attendees. It was bad enough he was there fishing for people for VGXpo, it was worse that he was posing as media and it was downright scandalous that he would get drunk enough to let his cover slip to Amber of all people. I would only consider going to the event at this point if Ed Fleming was fired or stepped down.

    What if you could dunk him into some sort of liquid?

    Sulfuric acid?

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  • ParamnesiaParamnesia Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Is it really possible that no one actually SAW what happened, aside from Amber and the involved Enforcers? I thought this happened near an escalator.

    I wish I'd seen it; that'd be YouTube gold. But with so many people, I'm disappointed no curious folk took photos or video.

    He reminds me of a fellow who was trying to promote a comic of his. Although he emphasized it's wonderful marketability, the comic only had one or two issues; a lot was just hot air and promises of more to come, but he was quite the charming salesman, or so I'm told. But what really links the two was the guys tenancy to post glowing reviews of his work or comments anticipating more under pseudonyms.

    I did some Googling for reviews, which are hard to find, of his expo. Now, as a relatively new expo I don't expect it to be big, but this Ed fellow was touting his as "where it's at".
    many people in the video game business were curious about what would go down in the distinctly un-posh basement here, where a local entrepreneur, Ed Fleming, was staging a fan fair called America's VideoGame Expo. While the annual Tokyo Game Show and Leipzig Games Convention in Germany are open to the public, there is no major national event for video game fans in the United States. So the expo last weekend was a sort of bellwether for the future of smaller regional events driven by local fans rather than big corporations.

    Put gently, those hopes were not fulfilled, not least because the event drew only about 5,500 attendees over three days. That was roughly a third of the 17,000 who showed up last year, when the show was part of a broader consumer show sponsored by a Philadelphia television station.

    There were no Wiis. There were no PlayStation 3s, or PS3s. There were no demonstration booths from any of the major video game publishers. Instead the show was dominated by an array of classic arcade games from the 1970s and '80s, like Gorf, Frogger and Zaxxon.[1]

    And another in a forum commented:
    "As much as we love the shows and being able to meet our customers face to face, it's also a HUGE expense to travel the show, rent hotel rooms, pay staff, meals and table fees. On top of that the week of work that goes into preparing for the show itself (getting inventory together, pricing items, varying selection.) I say all of this just as an fyi, I've always felt it important to participate, but at the same time, we need to go into it and at least think we stand to break even. Attendance last year was WAY below expectations or projections and most of the vendors felt the pinch. At also seemed that some of the main presenters/speakers backed out last minute. I got to hear plenty from attendees that for what they had to pay to attend the show, they felt like their wasn't enough content to make it a value. It will be harder to prove to those people that they should try it again.

    I'm going to keep my options open for the time being but aren't against attending again this year."[2]

    EDIT:
    A 2006 Video left me less than impressed.

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator mod
    edited September 2007
    There were no PlayStation 3s, or PS3s.

    ???

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  • JaidenJaiden Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    God, I couldn't get more than two minutes into that video before I just couldn't watch anymore. It /hurt/ me to watch it. Like, physically and mentally.

    It was like having to watch Lifetime, that's how much it hurt me.

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator mod
    edited September 2007
    I couldn't get through more than 20 seconds.

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  • slacktronslacktron Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    I tried to take one for the team and watch the whole thing.
    I don't know what kind of hosting fartgate productions is using, but mercifully, my feed broke at 15:10.

    All I can say is that I kept wondering if those shots were taken while the Expo was open. There seemed to be about a dozen forlorn kids walking around, poring over the preserved corpses of ancient game systems.

    Combine that with the dirge-like music, dim lighting, and grim faces of everyone there and it was just death.

    So much death.

    I think that's what killed the feed.

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  • ParamnesiaParamnesia Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    You wimps! I watched it all...

    ... on fast forward.

    slacktron wrote: »
    All I can say is that I kept wondering if those shots were taken while the Expo was open. There seemed to be about a dozen forlorn kids walking around, poring over the preserved corpses of ancient game systems.

    That was the reason I played the whole video, to try and figure out what day and time it was. What I did find were various photos on Flickr. Compare Friday 2005 (you can click on the next day's picutres as well) to [url="http://www.flickr.com/photos/luminousshadow11/archives/date-taken/2006/10/27/
    ]last year's Friday[/url], October 27th. With a drop in attendance, I don't understand his logic in renting more space this year. Oh, and apparently there is or was a Dallas vgXpo too.

    That Ed Flemming didn't approach anyone in charge for help or advice on his convention and was so suprised that people would travel across the country just to volunteer illustrates how little he knows about PA and/or gamers in general. And that, to me, tells me he's a businessman first and foremost and a fan maybe third or fourth, after "sleezey pick up artist" and "bad judgment drinker".

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  • EarleyEarley juicyjones Seattle WARegistered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Wow that guy really screwed the pooch.

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  • DocDoc Registered User, ClubPA regular
    edited September 2007
    Oh man, I'm like six seconds in and there's already comic sans showing up.

    YES

    Edit: FOLLOWED BY TIMES NEW ROMAN!
    BRILLIANT!

    The two most misused fonts in the history of typography.

    The shots of the guy playing DDR alone is great, especially when there's another guy playing DDR alone in the background. It's the antithesis of PAX.

    Doc on
  • EarleyEarley juicyjones Seattle WARegistered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Fleming wrote:
    I am pissed off, and it is a bunch of BS. I've talked to a lot of people to gage how I should react. Right now, I'm taking the advice to not do anything, just focus on making VGXPO bigger and better. And that's what I'm going to do.

    Ummmm, credibility check. Since when does someone who's supposedly been publishing since he was fifteen years old misspell a simple word like 'GAUGE'? I mean, that spelling is ok, but lazy. Try geting away with that writing for a newspaper and you'll be seeing a pink slip eventually.

    Earley

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  • SamyelSamyel Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Well, that broke my brain. It looks painfully embarrassing to attend that event. Speaking of attendees, it looked like most of them were slack-jawed teenagers in cosplay. Now, teenagers in cosplay are a noble PAX tradition... but so is variety. And, like, the ability to like... uhm... like totally talk? Uhm.

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  • SkulkingghostSkulkingghost Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    I wrote this

    the other day about Ed, whole family is off the rocker if you ask me. His brother even left me the funniest voicemails you guys will ever hear. It was really really funny if you ask me. If you want Ill upload them. (shoot me a pm if i dont respond within 24)

    http://www.digitpress.com/forum/showthread.php?t=99920&page=4
    check that thread as well.

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  • MarxMarx Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Yeah I just watched the entirety of the video as well. It really did hurt to watch. What I don't understand is why they kept some of those interviews in. I suppose they weren't trying to make vgXpo look good at all. The attendees were pretty critical of the con.

    On the plus side, watching the video made me appreciate PAX that much more, so I guess it's worth watching for that.

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  • badrewbadrew Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    does anyone have a picture of this ed fleming guy? he sounds very much like a guy sitting at the same table as me and my buddy for a bit at the gameworks party sat night. taller, bald, kinda douchy looking. he didn't say anything about another expo to us but he did say he was press. he was in about phase II of getting drunk for the night (so was I) and he kept telling us how he just got back from vegas and had sex with 15 girls in 21 nights. then be busts out his cell phone and starts showing us pictures of these hot girls in vegas and all I could think is I wonder if these girls that let you take their picture know you're telling everyone you had sex with them. I mean this guy would have a hard time getting laid at the bunny ranch.

    when I read gabes post I instantly thought it was him. I don't know if he is in this video or anything, I can't view it from work. I would like to know what he looks like though

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  • SpecTrE3353SpecTrE3353 Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    badrew wrote: »
    does anyone have a picture of this ed fleming guy?

    http://www.mi6conference.com/swag/2.jpg

    Guy on the right.

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  • badrewbadrew Registered User regular
    edited September 2007

    hah! yep, sure was him. I thought as much. Didn't someone here say he was married?

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  • Crit_FailCrit_Fail Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    badrew wrote: »

    hah! yep, sure was him. I thought as much. Didn't someone here say he was married?

    From his post here.
    Also for the record, Sue (my wife) is aware of what happened and she knows that I am flirtatious.



    Yep. That's horrible.

    Make sure his wife's divorce lawyer has your contact information. I'm sure she'd appreciate an unbiased character witness for the alimony hearings. ;-]

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  • AbsurdistAbsurdist Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Crit_Fail I love your sig quote. It reminds me of an Emerson line: "Life is a festival only to the wise. Seen from the nook and chimney-side of prudence, it wears a ragged and dangerous front."

    I don't know anything about Horace Walpole, but I'll have to go a-Wiki-ing :-)

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  • badrewbadrew Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Yep. That's horrible.

    Make sure his wife's divorce lawyer has your contact information. I'm sure she'd appreciate an unbiased character witness for the alimony hearings. ;-]

    hah does posting in a thread titled ed fleming is a douche bag make me an unbiased witness?

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  • mythicknightmythicknight Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    aragorn18 wrote: »
    So, another interesting wrinkle to the story. Back on Digital Press a new user just made a post:
    I will have you to know that those Enforcers that you give so much credit to happened to be a bunch of teenagers who were half asleep that evening!

    I saw a lot of it. From what I saw it looked like Ed was just having a good time and just trying bring levity to those sleepy "enforcers". There were others around also, not just the Enforcers.

    And where are those Enforcers? Why don't they come forward and tell the truth. He seemed like a nice enough guy from out of town.

    You guys have got to cool it with Ed and give him some slack until you know what really happened. God, I wish I had a camcorder that night so you guys could see. Something seems to be going on with this story that is out. They made him out to be the stupid beast. He was no more intoxicated then a lot of the others. I just had to sign up and write what I saw because I am getting sick and tired of it.

    According to one of the moderators over there, the IP address of this first time poster and Ed Fleming match.



    Now that is hilarity.

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  • dyaballikldyaballikl PAX Main Theatre House & Security Manager • PAX Community Cartographer Gold Coast QLD AustraliaRegistered User regular
    edited September 2007
    has anybody gotten that "e for all expo" flier in the mail? i swear, gaming convenions are getting out of hand all the sudden. since e3 went under, everybody and his brother has a gaming show now. and still, none of them can compare to pax.

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  • aspectaspect Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Here's the direct link where he gets busted immediately for posting a fake 3rd person account of the events:

    http://www.digitpress.com/forum/showthread.php?p=1239999#post1239999

    Good times.

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  • TooManyGamesTooManyGames Registered User new member
    edited September 2007
    dyaballikl wrote: »
    has anybody gotten that "e for all expo" flier in the mail? i swear, gaming convenions are getting out of hand all the sudden. since e3 went under, everybody and his brother has a gaming show now. and still, none of them can compare to pax.

    What's wrong with people wanting to get together to play games and have a good time? Sure, many are not on the scale PAX is, but many shows offer a lot of the same that PAX does on a smaller scale. Keynotes, arcades, cosplay, demo stations, tournaments, etc... are all parts of many of the smaller indie shows aroun the country.

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  • tr0tskytr0tsky Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    the more gaming cons the better, I say...now someone get started on one in Vancouver so I don't have to travel to it :P

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  • sakanasakana Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    The problem is not that there are more gaming conventions. I'm all for gaming conventions, I think they're great! We should have more all over the country/world/solar system! The problem occurs when you have a bunch of people who really don't know too much about videogames but think that they could make a boatload of money off of us geeks by making a slapdash convention. Size doesn't matter in this context. Good conventions come in all shapes and sizes, and so do bad conventions.

    The measure of how good your convention is cannot be made simply in the number of heads you get in the door. Success can only be found once you get in deep with the attendees, your fellow gamers, and make sure that every moment they are at your con is as awesome as you can possibly make it.

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator mod
    edited September 2007
    I just poked through the Digital Press thread and also found this Kotaku article about Ed Fleming's escapades as well. No real new information in there, but it's still a good read.

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  • petfishpetfish Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Actually, even without going into how VGXPO is managed, the problem is not with other gaming conventions in my mind, no matter how they're managed. The way I see it, Ed Fleming came to our show representing an organization. He could be representing VGXPO, or Reuters, or the Care Bears, the point is, he wasn't just making a fool of himself, he was behaving in a manner entirely inappropriate for someone at PAX (or any event) on a media pass. He didn't just make himself look bad, he made anyone with any sort of relationship to him look bad.

    He was also behaving in a manner entirely inappropriate for anyone attending PAX in any capacity, but that's another conversation.

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  • Crit_FailCrit_Fail Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    _______moe wrote: »
    I just poked through the Digital Press thread and also found this Kotaku article about Ed Fleming's escapades as well. No real new information in there, but it's still a good read.

    I seem to recall a thread that was discussing what the PAX '07 meme would be.

    Is it possible that this is our culprit? Could Ed become our next Jack or Uwe? Someone posted a comment on the Kotaku article suggesting that his slurred line would make an excellent slogan for next year's PAX.

    I know that I would love to see "Thish ish where it'sh at, baby! *hic*" on a banner outside of the convention center for PAX '08!

    -- CF

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  • Moe FwackyMoe Fwacky Right Here, Right Now Drives a BuickModerator mod
    edited September 2007
    Haha, win!

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  • HounHoun Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Crit_Fail wrote: »
    _______moe wrote: »
    I just poked through the Digital Press thread and also found this Kotaku article about Ed Fleming's escapades as well. No real new information in there, but it's still a good read.

    I seem to recall a thread that was discussing what the PAX '07 meme would be.

    Is it possible that this is our culprit? Could Ed become our next Jack or Uwe? Someone posted a comment on the Kotaku article suggesting that his slurred line would make an excellent slogan for next year's PAX.

    I know that I would love to see "Thish ish where it'sh at, baby! *hic*" on a banner outside of the convention center for PAX '08!

    -- CF

    QFT :lol:

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  • MarxMarx Registered User regular
    edited September 2007
    Crit_Fail wrote: »
    I know that I would love to see "Thish ish where it'sh at, baby! *hic*" on a banner outside of the convention center for PAX '08!

    I second that! :lol:

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