Discussion on who is this within the The Sarlacc Pit forum, part of the Community category; Gizmodo, the Gadget Guide
Of everything in that video, I just can't believe the guy in the TK allowed himself to be filmed wearing a Rubies.
And this is why I do not go to IHOP at 2am
who cares if it's rubies or not?
I dunno but it sure seems like the Boba is wearing GBH gloves.
Ok ease up a little, obviously this thread wasn't made to do that, I simple made a joke and it wasn't even one that was over the line IMO.
I mainly did it to add a little levity to what was a horrible and embarrassing incident.
And actually, who ever those two are in the costumes, their actions and attitudes are what should make you more upset than my humor.
Stryder.....you should of used your gauntlet darts. ; )
Why would you walk into an IHOP Dressed as Boba Fett?
why not ? i was hungry i just left the stripclub
yep !!!! chicks dig Boba ' you should know that
Going to bars or public places dressed up in costume, when it is not Halloween, you might be looking for trouble.
6 years of cage fighting .. I can handle myself whatever Iam wearing ' real talk I do it all from the children's hospitals, clubs, bars, stripclubs, ihops ( lol ) last Friday before Ihop I was in the Atlanta Hawks locker room getting them fired up for their game vs the magic !!!
Just living life and having a blast ' see everybody at DC this year ' drinks on me
Remember guys, these are our personal costumes and yes, it is okay to wear them outside of Halloween and 501st events.
Last edited by INDY; Apr 28, 2011 at 6:16 PM.
Being in Las Vegas, I deal with more drunks than you could possibly imagine while in costume, never once had a problem.
Being a 501st member, alot of times at troopin events there are so many times, when we have been asked not to carry a blaster with us. Which to me is unfortunate because all of us spend time and money either buying or building great blasters to go with our costumes.
When I see videos of stuff like this or for example the vader who robbed a bank, I get concerned that a person actions might someday ruin the fun for the rest of us.
That is all I have to say on this topic.
What's going on in DC (and when)?
I'd love to meet more Fett heads.
Being a party to or helping cause any sort of scene like this that would affect other costumers in the community or in the state is a really bad idea imo.
Don't ruin it for all of us please.
Stryder, keep doing what you're doing, my man. All in all, regardless of the parties/strip clubs, I'm sure you're involved in more charitable causes than those who are quick to knock you.
Memory serves me right, Jabba's palace wasn't exactly St. Patricks Cathedral. : )
I don't think we should be comparing Jabbas Palace with real life...just my opinion....
Also lets remember how issues that have been perceived a scandals have affected the reputation of those who have also been involved heavilly in charitable endeavors....I'm thinking Jimmy Swagart and other "tele-vangelists" Additionally the actions of those few have tarnished the reputations of the others involved in charitable endeavors who did not participate in Scandalous activities, no doubt resulting in a loss of support from the community at large.
I for one would not like to see fewer opportunities being presented to us to support the community or participate in charitable endeavors due to viral videos like this becoming more prevalent.
Do Not Mis-Understand me...I am not judging anyone just chiming in with my two cents!
Thanks for listening!
Nothing personal My Friend, but as a Police Officer myself, I would disagree that bad cops don't make it bad for the good cops. I can say from experience that I am scrutinized more and more every day because of events like this where there is perceived police brutality. I say perceived because I was not there and did not see the entire event, so I can not judge. however I did hear in that video that people were chanting police brutality, so that was perceived on some level.
If the co-ordinators at a Childrens Hospital or other charitable organization who were considering inviting a Costuming group to come and do an event for them, and they had no previous experience with costumers, were to see this video do you think they would be more likely or less likely to proceed in inviting us to do an event for them?
just something to think about....
Maybe I'm blind, but in the video I see a scuffle in the background and I see two guys in a booth having a meal witnessing the said scuffle. Don't see how the costumed fellows are in anyway involved or behaving inappropriate other than some sideline commentary. Boba "Stryker" Fett just happen to be at the wrong place at the wrong time.
i apologize...I never said that I felt the costumed individuals were involved in the actual event, but I can see where you thought I implied that. I do not think they are involved. I apologize again!
My comments were directed at the discussion that followed the initial post.
[QUOTE=Boomer Fett;540202]I say Rock Out The Fett EVERYDAY!! If I could, I would! QUOTE]
Reminds me of George Costanza... "I'd drape myself in velvet, if it were socially acceptable."
Did she really hit your bucket? Thats jacked up if she did.
As are many of you here, I am a 501st member. I guess I'm an old fart also, unlike many of you. Maybe it's just that. I'm old. Five years with the Legion, exposed to so many children and their families at Cancer survivors picnics / Autism awareness and similar events, has caused me to pay more attention to my actions before, during and after events. To some of those children we are nothing less than heroes. I don't want those families to see me acting like an a$$ after taking photos with their kids.
Recently I have made access to my personal facebook page less public and have started removing certain pictures and posts that are a bit more than PG. The BBF page remains completely public, but is edited for content constantly.
No offense meant to anyone, And no, I am not Dudley Do-Right, I can be just as stupid as the next guy. I'm just more cautious about where and how stupid. Just the thoughts of a crotchety old man.
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That "boba's" expression killed me hahahaha. Wow. Guess he decided to not come to the females rescue. Thats so unlike him....
And why did he have his helmet off? And....doesn't he eat with a feeding tube? (Thus, the helmet never comes off)
umm I sometimes wear one of my buckets to class for the sheer hell of it.
It's always fun to collect some high-fives or weird looks from students and Professors on the way to lecture.
I usually don't bother to fully suit up, but at least wear a club shirt with it.
I have fun and the Mercs get's some traffic.
Some of the ensuing conversations have had people start reading Mercs and TDH right there on their phones.
I do this costuming stuff for my amusement, be it halloween, a troop or yo' momma's house.