Rest In Peace John!You will be missed.
he is walking on sunshine now :(
Tb... i'm.. so sorry you didn't deserve this fate. You were a very smart man you knew what a scam was, and how triple A companies kept shilling out bad games for cash. and i'm sorry jesse Cox. i'm sorry Crendor i'm sorry to all of his closest friends, and youtubers. Genna every second that man spent with you was the time of his life. never forget that. He sure won't, and neither will we. i'm sorry... i'm just... so sorry this happened... q.q
He was a good man. I have always think that his content is too boring and i'm also not interested in casual reviews of casual games for peasants, but he did a lot for WoW, SC2, blizzard community and whole gaming industry. Good man.
RIP TotalBiscuit :-(
RIP,My condolences to Genna and his family.
This is the second reminder on this thread to keep things respectful. Distasteful comments in the face of a man's death are not okay.
Rest in Pepperoni! :)
I think maybe when he walked over to the politics side of media he attracted some rubbish people. Problem with politics is, if you are 100% right, certified, documented, well read/written, vetted, in the right, under the law, in specifications, and good to go......50% of the people hate you. Politics should be left out of it. They have some crazies over there.
I feel bad because I never had anything nice to say about him ever sense his departure from WoW and on top of that he had a number of opinions that rubbed me the wrong way and I just stop watching him all together. But sad hes gone none the less. Its just very soul crushing when you're told you only got a very small amount of time to live and there is nothing that can be done about it.
Oh man, TB was the first YouTuber I ever followed. I loved his humor and advice in his WoW videos, his voice was easy to listen to and held my interest. The only reason that I stopped watching him was because he said he'd no longer do videos about WoW, but I've always hoped he'd rekindle his interest in the game again. It's terrible to find out that he had cancer and was one of the unlucky ones who couldn't beat it. My heart goes out to his family.
My condolences to Genna and loved ones.