I think this will become a series and will feature various Pokemon as I catch them. I can’t help it. When I see potential for a story, I just go for it. I want to support and encourage as many people as I can. Hopefully, these little comic stories will help out in some way (while also being entertaining).
Less than three you all!
*Edited in an app called Bubblee.
I HAZ! (They are for STEAM)
How can you get one?
I would like the RT Community to have a chance at one of the keys I have. I will be giving the first one away on my Rooster Teeth journal which you can find here http://roosterteeth.com/post/51276205 . All you have to do is comment on it and tell me what your favorite part about RTX was.
I want a fair amount of people to have a chance at obtaining a key, so please positive mod the post, so it can make it up on the popular content page. Comments will serve as an entry, and please note there is only one entry per user name. Winner will be chosen on 7/20 after my Last of Us stream!
And speaking of streaming, I will be giving out ANOTHER key during TODAY’S (7/20/16) stream. I will be starting at 6:30pm Pacific / 9:30pm Eastern. You guys have a heads up because you’re my community 😉 So this is like giving you a second chance to get a key and try out the closed alpha. Stop by today’s stream at twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice and say hi. I’m looking into raffle bots or a plug-in that will be compatible to Twitch, so come chill with me and have at another chance to win a key! Well, you’re going to be chilling. I’m going to scared out of my phuqing mind again. Last of Us is not unicorns and sunshine.
If you win the keys, I will be giving you more info as far as when the next test dates and times are.
Good luck, everyone!
“Beat gravity into submission in LawBreakers, an exhilarating new first-person shooter where even the laws of physics can be shattered, creating unprecedented gravity-based combat across a bloody rebuilt American landscape.”
Lawbreakers is developed by Boss Key Productions and published by Nexon.
I’m doing a thing tomorrow at 6pm-10pm Central. The thing I’m doing is streaming for the ever lovely @Audrey because she and her husband could use a helping hand. Special shoutout to @Raf and @FLYbarger for inviting me to do this with them.
Look. I know there are a lot of charities out there and a lot of people are requesting help for one reason or another, and it’s amazing how helpful and generous people in the GFR Guild and the RT Community are. Let me be one of the first to tell you that Audrey did not ask us to do this for her. We are doing this because she has done so much for this community and she has never asked for anything back. She has stayed up literally for days to make sure any charity streams she organized went smoothly. She coordinated those on her own and she helped raised thousands for other people and other charities. Now that hardships have hit her, we want to help her out however we can.
So what we are asking you guys to do is simply hang out with us tomorrow. Watch us play video games, have us on in the background while you’re doing house stuff, come join us in the chat and mingle, and show the internet why this is the best community.
Ways you can help out:
- Donate (no amount is too small! And there are raffles to win as well!)
- Spread the word. Hit up the RT site, the forums, Twitter, FB, anything helps!
- If you’re a Twitch streamer, hosting the individual charity streamers would be amazeballs
- Keep us company! Join us in chat! We love it when people stop by and say hello. Believe it or not, it helps out the streamer a lot
The entire 24 hour stream will be hosted by twitch.tv/flybarger
You can find my stream at twitch.tv/geekyfriedrice
I will be playing and hopefully completing Dark Souls 3 and I will have a couple of things to give away during my portion of the stream, so please stop by if you can. All deets below!
See you tomorrow! Less than three you!
I wanted to update everyone on my livestream effort that took place over the weekend of March 5th, 2016. To catch people up to speed, my friend, Shelly, was diagnosed with colon cancer recently. She is scheduled to have her colon removed for further analysis to determine what stage the cancer is. Best case scenario, the cancer stayed within the colon. Worst case, the cancer spread and they begin chemo.
Shelly has suffered illnesses throughout her life due to an almost non existent immune system. She also has Crohns. She has also never asked for help before. This time she and her husband have asked for a helping hand. This is why I was livestreaming Bloodborne. I streamed for as long as I could (came out to be about 17-18 hours over Saturday and Sunday) to raise some donations for their GoFundMe Page. I wrote down the amount that the GoFundMe already had and then I took down the amount at the end of my stream. I also saw a few more donations come in afterward that came from good friends of mine. I am so proud of the GeekyFriedRice community. We have raised approximately $1,930.00 for Shelly and her husband. HOLY FRAGGLESNAPS.
I saw donations come in from everywhere: people who personally knew me, people from mutual communities and some from people who had never met neither myself or Shelly. I am absolutely floored by your kindness and generosity. Shelly also stopped by for a bit on Saturday to talk to the people in the livestream so they could “meet” who they were donating to and it was a surreal experience. At one point in her visit, we refreshed the GoFundMe page and saw the number increase and she just pointed at my computer in surprise. She couldn’t believe how many people donated to help her. And I told her it was worth it, she was worth it, and that I loved her. She gave me a big hug and it was an even sweeter moment because the chat was sharing that with us.
And I will openly admit that I could not have done this without you guys. So many people shared this news and so many people stayed with me while I streamed. I had a good 30-40 viewers at all times during the stream on Saturday. I am humbled. My twitter feed blew up with retweets and supportive replies and responses and I even found support from fellow Twitch streamers who hosted, raided and shared my channel to their audiences. They are all awesome and I encourage you to check them out:
SailorTweek (Thanks for keeping people entertained while I had dinner, lady!)
You guys helped out so much. I will forever be grateful for what you guys have done to help spread the word about Shelly’s story. All of you didn’t have to do anything, but you did and it means so, so much to me and Shelly.
To everyone who shared her page, donated, stayed with us during the stream, kept us fed (shoutout to Jordan Lucas for the pizza support), this weekend was amazing because of you. Shelly has a big surgery on the 18th, so all your well wishes, positive thoughts/prayers are appreciated.
You can catch my livestreams here.
I will continue to stream and bring as much awareness as I can to Shelly’s GoFundMe, but I just wanted to let you all know how special this last weekend was to me. You guys are amazing, and you are the heart of this community. Thank you. From the bottom of our hearts.
Less than three you.