Scott Cramton can be summed up by his apparel—the fedora and bowling shirt look. Just like his apparel, the man comes from a time long forgotten. Should you ever care to reminisce about tournaments with titles that don’t matter, like Wizard World or Nationals, Scott’s your guy. Should you care to reminisce about a time before cell phones and dating apps when men used to pick up women in supermarkets using business cards, Scott’s your guy. In fact, anything that can be negatively connoted from a man who wears a fedora and bowling shirt in unison, mind you, can be summed up and found in Scott. He even came up with his own nickname, “CramCompany.” The pompous ass. This is the kind of guy who would vote for Trump in a heartbeat.
Kevin Afrooz is best known for being a small, yet important, part of Mr. T’s autobiography. As the story goes, Mr. T watched an epileptic 8-year-old beat Kevin in Heroclix, after which an empathic Mr. T said, “I pity A Frooz.” This was later changed to “I pity the fools” for his famous run on The A-Team. In an interview, when Mr. T was asked how he came up with the famous line and was able to deliver it so well, he stated, “I drew upon the experience from the day when I saw pathetic Afrooz lose. Whenever I want to truly feel pity, deep within my soul, I think of that pathetic monkey child, Kevin, fumbling around with his Heroclix. It was the saddest thing I’ve ever seen, and I do charity work in a hospital burn ward. I use that sadness to deliver my famous I PITY THE FOOL line.”
In the Heroclix community, Kevin is best known for being a forgettable part of Team Majestix, often photobombing Pat Yapjoco’s championship pics because he can’t win on his own. Like Mr. T, Pat has felt pity for this disgraceful player and allowed Kevin to ride along in 2014 to a Team Heroclix World Championship. Kevin’s other accomplishments include taking third place in a masturbating and crying contest that he ran with his lookalike plush doll, a Nintendo Mario toy, and ADD SOMETHING ELSE HERE BECAUSE YOU STARTED THIS SENTENCE WITH THE INTENT OF A LIST.
When asked what made Kevin an important part of Majestix, Pat responded, “Who is Kevin?” Pat then won three more championships during the interview.
We have 13 year old Isaac on the show. We discuss his drinking problem as he demands that he has it under control, but the black eyes on his sister's barbies tell a different story. Also we do Heroclix in podcast form. OH and less swearing!
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