Lucasfilm Rep Suggests That Podcasters Encourage RFR Network Hosts To “Bail”

Back in 2016, Lucasfilm writer for Star Wars Insider and suggested encouarging other hosts in the RFR network to “bail.”  By “encourage,” this SJW activist likely meant “intimidate.”


Note that in this tweet, James Floyd is responding to Brian Larsen of the Tosche Station Podcast.

Hmm. Looks like RFR went all RFR again. A basket of very stable geniuses, I’m sure.

— James Floyd (@jamesjawa) January 7, 2018

James also likes to virtue signal against points that no one is making.

Was this post in response to Ethan Van Sciver’s Jason Ward interview?

Rogue Podron Is Not A Fan Of Jason Ward Plus Lucasfilm Hiring Practices


Perhaps you’ve heard of Rogue Podron.  Or perhaps not.  But readers may be familair with Saf, who co-hosts Rogue Podron.  We’ve already read what Saf had to say in the wake of Ethan Van Sciver’s interview with Jason Ward.  Now, let’s see what the other three members of Rogue Podron have to say about it.  First, the Meg:

It seems as though podcasters out there are eager to usurp Jason Ward as chancellor, just as Jason Ward was eager to usurp Rebel Force Radio.

Another co-host, Dannykin states:

Co-host Heath D. Williams has some things to say as well:


And here’s where things get a little interesting.  Apparently, Lucasfilm puts its hiring practices out there in the open.  Is the podcasting hobby working as some sort of audition for working at Lucasfilm?


— heath (@heathdwilliams) February 23, 2019


Dataracer reminds us how close this is to the Glassdoor Reviews.

The Tosche Station Podcast

How do the other co-hosts of the Tosche Station podcast feel about recent events?



Nanci Schwartz is co-founder of Brian Larsen’s Tosche Station podcast.  She had a thought or two to express about Ethan Van Sciver, and his interview with Jason Ward.

Hit videos indeed, thanks largely to the unhinged antics of SJWs which provide an endless well-spring of material to draw from.

But Nanci is considering throwing in the towel on her podcast:

Another co-host on Tosche Station is Bria LaVorgna.  And she’s shaking her finger at people who aren’t making the phantom arguments that she’s addressing.


Princess Bria hails from a dense gas giant.

I’m not sure that Bria understands who the harassers actually are here.  Perhaps she’s referring to my previous blog post that published Brian Larsen’s public extended harassment of Rebel Force Radio.  Perhaps she’s referring to Arnie C of Star Wars Action News who left a terse voicemail at a critic’s workplace.  Perhaps she’s referring to the SJW activists who plan to fling their own feces at Rebel Force Radio.  Perhaps she’s referring to the 501st Legionnaire who wants to get rough with comic book artists.  Or perhaps she has no idea what she’s talking about.  Because publishing the public harassment of people who are working to become celebrities in their own right, is certainly not in and of itself harassment.


Twitter terms of service.


Bryan Young Claims “Values Have Never Been A Problem For Me”


Keep your clothes on, Bryan.

You read that headline right.  Bryan recently had the following conversation on Twitter:

Values have never been a problem for Bryan Young.  He’s such a jocular fellow.


That was just a joke.  But let’s review the kinds of values that Bryan Young doesn’t have a problem with.

ok if i haven’t already said br*an y*ung is disgusting i’ll say it again now

— sami (@grcyjedi) November 9, 2018

We know, Sami, we know.

For those of you who have followed the the investigation into these matters and Ethan Van Sciver’s Sex Scandal Videos, this will be a trip down memory lane.  For those who haven’t, this may be an eye opener.  In either case, this is the first time this information is being compiled in a cohesive narrative, whereas the previous blog posts merely tracked the investigation which spanned months.

After my initial blog post on the matter, more details were revealed about an underage sex chat room, that Bryan Young participated in.



For those who don’t understand the terms top, bottom, and switch, you can reference this article here.  I’m not going to get into it.

The involvement of Bryan Young in this sex chat sparked outrage in some of its participants.

If you’re an adult, you need to fucking watch how you behave around and talk to girls that are half your age. If you’re put in an uncomfortable position, it’s YOUR job to leave.

— 🎄tis the gleason🎄 (@abbygleason) June 22, 2018

Like, don’t respond or leave the chat. Or say it’s inappropriate like an actual adult.

— beks 🏳️‍🌈 (@sukiisacat) June 22, 2018

Like,,,,, bryan young has been a condescending ass towards our corner of a fandom more than once, why the hell would he want to be a part of a reylo group chat in the first place

— Lue (@i_amthe_senate) June 22, 2018


Some claimed that Bryan was invited into this sex chat, but by whom?

Some of those involved in the chat, some were worried that Bryan himself would use screencaps of that chat for nefarious purposes.

Others told the younger participants of this sex chat, that the older members would be happy to contact the authorities if this happened again.

It makes me sick that an older, adult man would come into such a lovely community to prey on young women and teens. I hope this never happens again, but if it does, please reach out to us older fans, so we can help take proper steps to contact authorities, etc. Be safe y’all.❤️

— j-mee (@strawberryxtalk) June 21, 2018

Why would they be worried about Bryan Young using screencaps for nefarious purposes should any of them “step out of line?”  And why would older participants talk about contacting the authorities?

Because at least some of the participants in this sex chat were underage.

I was able to have conversations with participants of this sex chat to get more information about it on two occasions.  This was the first:

Urban Dictionary has some definitions of “stan twitter” for those who may not know what it is.

This was part of the second conversation:

Bryan himself was feeling pretty chipper about the whole experience the next morning.

But later, Bryan was crestfallen when it appeared that the participation of an old fogey in the underage sex chat was not welcome.

The ugliness on Twitter that Bryan referred to, was the public reaction over the article he wrote in which he was publicly caught lying about Geeks + Gamers and Ethan Van Sciver.

One person attempted to work it out with Bryan when she said the following to him:

Bryan would end up blocking those who expressed disapproval of his involvement in the underage sex chat.

hah I was blocked during the r*ylo chat thing when I said as a damned adult he should’ve just removed himself from the situation immediately instead of chatting kink with teens

— Maia the 🐝99: spooky diced carrots (@semirose) November 1, 2018

tbf we’ve been in a mutual block for awhile because I was mad at how flippant he was about being in that group DM with a bunch of teenage girls talking about kylux sex, but yeah he didn’t reach out to any one else that I’ve heard

— sarah 🚀 (@SarahDemp) November 2, 2018


And then there was this other matter…

Some participants were upset that I published these events, placing more importance on their politics than on their personal safety.

some jackass antifeminist Disney-Ruined-Star-Wars loser is up in one of my threads from June talking about the br*an y*ung incident, demanding screenshots, and I’m absolutely fucking floored by how entitled some of these assholes can be

— earl grey jedi (@bodhicha) November 12, 2018

these assholes are literally fishing for ammunition to try and tear down anyone they label a leftist and while I have a LOT of issues with how that situation went down, I’m not adding fuel to the whole antifeminist/antileftist fire

— earl grey jedi (@bodhicha) November 12, 2018

like, yeah, I blocked a solid dozen notable rlos over this, but I am not going to help out these losers on their fucking crusade of evil

— earl grey jedi (@bodhicha) November 12, 2018

It makes me super fucking uncomfortable that there’s a section of the alt-right SW crowd who are now using my words out of context to say that Br*an Y*ung is a pedophile

— naboo dsa 🌹 (@bodhicha) January 3, 2019

This is just a reminder that I don’t support any of the shit @ItchyBacca is insinuating in his disgusting little blog, that I explicitly told him that he had no permission to use my words to support his garbage, and that he’s a hideous little weasel for whom I have no respect.

— naboo dsa 🌹 (@bodhicha) January 3, 2019

So there you have it.  Captain Values aka Bryan Young, engaged in at least one underage sex chat.

So no kidding Bryan doesn’t have a problem with values.  They don’t appear to get in his way.  He’s been caught lying about so many things so many times that it’s likely he lives in a complete fantasy world of his own making.  And he probably figures that he’s weathered this particular storm.

Let’s just hope that the young ladies who attend Celebration are aware of this creep, and steer clear of his presence.


Twitter terms of service.

Bryan Young Applauds Censorship


“It’s not a lie, if you believe it.” ~George Costanza

As a loyal reader of my blog, Bryan Young fell to pieces when he had read my previous blog post about heading on over to Rotten Tomatoes, to correct the “want to see” score for Episode IX.  He quickly sprang into action to get his idiot activists there and vote their minds too.

Black Angus Reviews comments on the Rotten Tomatoes Want To See score:

When last I checked the score last night, it had dropped down to 85% in one day.

But Rotten Tomatoes saw fit to do away with the “Want To See” score just as the scores Captain Marvel and Episode IX were about to fall through the floor.  Bleeding Fool reported:

After several public and outspoken comments by Brie Larsen in regards to “while males,” her upcoming MCU film, “Captain Marvel,” was beginning to see a daily rise in negative sentiment on the movie review aggregate site Rotten Tomatoes. Over the weekend, the website removed their “Want to See” percentage score that measured audience anticipation for upcoming films as part of a site-wide redesign.

Before the change, the pages for upcoming films prominently featured a “Want to See” figure that represented the percentage of users who wanted to see the movie in question. Thousands of users were indicating that they were “Not Interested” in Captain Marvel, and eventually the “Want to See” rating for the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe movie dropped to as low as 28%, as the below screenshot from Feb. 25 shows.

Authoritarian imbecile Bryan Young applauded the move to censor opinions that he doesn’t approve of.

It’s amazing how consistently SJWs will preach about all voices being heard, except when those voices are speaking about something they don’t like.

Of course, someone would helpfully point out Bryan’s own audience score…


Hypocrisy is the foundation of all SJW “thought.”

Bryan then went on to mutter something about “bots.”

It certainly makes sense why his comrade Steele Saunders would claim the Rotten Tomatoes score to be worthless in advance of Solo.  But if its bots that Bryan is worried about, then he really ought to be talking about the profusion of fake 5 star reviews for The Last Jedi, and Resistance.  For Resistance, there was more than one wave of fake 5 star reviews being left.  Or how about all of the dead Presidents that Ethan Van Sciver ran across?


Bryan then went on to engage in his characteristic lying.

It’s amazing that Bryan would just outright lie like this, when all anyone has to do is bring up this link right here to instantly discredit Bryan.  OF course, he’ll simply block anyone who posts the link.  Directly addressing it would shatter the fantasy land of lies that Bryan lives in.

Except that the mug sported a deliberately taunting message to the fanbase, particularly the male portion of the fanbase.  Imagine the reaction if someone on YouTube started sporting my highly stylish Fembaby Mug to taunt Captain Marvel apologists.

Andi Gutierrez was not getting harassed and threatened.  Bryan Young is lying.  Instead, she was getting criticized for taunting the fanbase, with a mug that she touted as recently as 2017 despite falsely claiming that it had nothing to do with anything.

But Bryan, you claimed that the mug was years old, and Andi claimed that it had nothing to do with anything.

How could Andi be responding to any purported harassment, with a mug that she got years before the purported harassment which purportedly had nothing to do with anything?  Let’s see that harassment published and the threats investigated.

At any rate, many are now suspecting that Disney is responsible for pressuring Rotten Tomatoes to remove their “Want To See” score given that two of their upcoming tent-pole movies were tanking.  Bleeding Fool reports:

Seems that the only people who will be applauding this decision today are movie studios and shills who don’t want to be subjected to possible bad publicity, but it’s the movie-going public that may be losing here. Now, instead of being able to accurately gauge other moviegoers’ interest in an upcoming film, they will simply be expected to take the studios word for it. This could also hurt movie studios by affecting their ability to get out in front of apathetic moviegoers who may be feeling negativity towards a movie prior to its release. For instance, if a movie studio is now unaware that their lead actor’s outspoken activism is having a debilitating impact on pre-sales, then how will they be able to respond in a way to possibly turn that around?

Have studios now forced a valuable tool to be removed from their toolkit? This is being hailed by some as making things more equitable for fans and films alike, but I’ve seen others comparing this to when Netflix switched from a 5-star rating system to a thumbs-up/thumbs-down rating system just days after Amy Schumer’s latest stand up comedy special “Leather” suddenly tanked with a 1 star average and she complained about it on Twitter.

Interestingly, a 2017 article from VOX, may provide some context to this matter.

The controversy over Disney blacklisting the LA Times, explained

Disney retaliated against the LA Times for reporting it didn’t like. The implications are huge.

As reviews of Marvel’s Thor: Ragnarok began rolling out in advance of the movie’s November 3 release, a review from one news outlet in particular — the Los Angeles Times — was glaringly absent. And its editors didn’t hold back in explaining why.

In a simple “note to readers,” published November 3, the newspaper explained that it could not review Thor: Ragnarok prior to the film’s release — nor include it or the highly anticipated Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi in its annual entertainment Holiday Preview. The reason, the note said, is that Disney (which owns both Marvel and Lucasfilm) had barred LA Times critics from attending advanced press screenings of both movies — and, in fact, any Disney movies — in response to “unfair coverage.” (LA Times film critic Justin Chang only saw and reviewed Thor: Ragnarok once it was released to the public.)

As LA Times writer Glenn Whipp explained on Twitter, the “unfair coverage” in question was a scathing two-part series published in late September that investigated Disney’s fraught business ties in Anaheim, California, home of the company’s Disneyland theme park. Disney’s displeasure with the LA Times’s reporting of this story took the form of a statement essentially blacklisting the entire paper from interviews and screenings related to any of its many properties, until the paper “adhere[s] to balanced reporting in the future.”

Four days after Disney issued the ban — and barely six hours after several critics groups banded together to condemn it — the company announced that it would lift its restrictions after having “productive discussions with the newly installed leadership at The Los Angeles Times regarding our specific concerns.”

Neither Disney nor its CEO Bob Iger explained why or how the LA Times’s Anaheim report was as “biased and inaccurate” as the company now claims. Even after lifting the ban, Disney has still has not publicly asked for a retraction of the Anaheim story, nor issued any corrections on the content of the report itself. The company’s first statement merely cited an Orange County Register op-ed that calls the LA Times report “a hit piece”; it appeared to stop just short of calling the LA Times “fake news.”

Criticism of Disney’s behavior, especially from critics and the press, was swift and fierce.

Will criticism of Rotten Tomatoes behavior from critics and the press be equally as swift and fierce?  I think we all know that answer to that.

However, one can still voice their opinion about Captain Marvel over at the PotatoMeter.


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501st Legionnaire Takes His Cosplay Way Too Seriously

We’ve seen previously how 501st Legionnaire TK16666 was encouraging “activists” to harass a Rebel Force Radio event taking place a mile away from Celebration.


TK16666 may be hopped up on Low-T medication.

For those who may not know, TK16666 is engaged to the very same Feministnerd that was recently shrieking on Twitter about Jason Ward.  Here’s the conversation TK16666, had with the “activist,”  Snek Man Matt.

Im gonna sneak in to heckle em

— Snek Man Matt (@Jaigeyes_) February 25, 2019

Now TK16666 is making other threats towards comic artist pros.

Infiltrate what exactly?

Is TK16666 at all aware that he isn’t actually a clone trooper in real life?  That’s he’s taking his “playing pretend” way too far?  Apparently not.

What “shit” exactly needs to be handled?  These are intellectual hobbies for cryin’ out loud.

These pea-brained morons would be in a more appropriate environment demanding lunch money on a playground.  They certainly have no business engaging in intellectual hobbies, given that they’re clearly devoid of all intellect.

Are these the kinds of 501st Legionnaires that pushed out Daniel Logan and Ray Park?


Jason Ward Losing Chancellorship?

On February 17th, Ethan Van Sciver released Part 4 in his Star Wars Scandal video series. to YouTube.

As a result, there was a flurry of Twitter blowbacks.  But the video has also had another effect.

When we look at the Social Blade data for Jason Ward’s @MakingStarWars Twitter account, we find that he is hemorrhaging Twitter followers.



His website doesn’t seem to be doing much better according to Alexa.