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* [[https://blog.patreon.com/youtube-and-patreon-suede/ This article]] relates the story of how Suede has long been struggling with finding steady employment due to having Asperger's Syndrome, but that his fans' generous support through Patreon has allowed him to make a living off of being a content creator.

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* [[https://blog.patreon.com/youtube-and-patreon-suede/ This article]] relates the story of how Suede has long been struggling with finding steady employment due to having Asperger's Syndrome, but that his fans' generous support through Patreon has allowed him to make a living off of being a content creator.creator.
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* In his pilot episode of weekly vlogs, he announced that his son was born. You can hear the little guy in in the background.

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* In his pilot episode of weekly vlogs, he announced that his son was born. You can hear the little guy in in the background.background.
* [[https://blog.patreon.com/youtube-and-patreon-suede/ This article]] relates the story of how Suede has long been struggling with finding steady employment due to having Asperger's Syndrome, but that his fans' generous support through Patreon has allowed him to make a living off of being a content creator.


* During his crossover review of the first Pokemon movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Wario go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Wario's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.


* His review of ''TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ends on a rather touching note, on just how honest he sounds in praising a movie that genuinely affected him.

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* His review of ''TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ''Anime/TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ends on a rather touching note, on just how honest he sounds in praising a movie that genuinely affected him.


* During his crossover review of the first Pokemon movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Wario go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Wario's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.

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* During his crossover review of the first Pokemon movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Wario go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Wario's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.won.
*In his pilot episode of weekly vlogs, he announced that his son was born. You can hear the little guy in in the background.


* During his crossover review of the first Pokemon movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Warrio go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Warrio's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.

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* During his crossover review of the first Pokemon movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Warrio Wario go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Warrio's Wario's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.


* During his crossover review of the third Pokemon movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Warrio go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Warrio's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.

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* During his crossover review of the third first Pokemon movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Warrio go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Warrio's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.


* During his crossover review of [[Anime/{{Pokemon Three}} the third Pokemon movie]], Suede, Linkara, and Jew Warrio go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Warrio's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.

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* During his crossover review of [[Anime/{{Pokemon Three}} the third Pokemon movie]], movie, Suede, Linkara, and Jew Warrio go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Warrio's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.


* His moment in the 2012 Channel Awesome Holiday Video where he thanks his fans for all their support.

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* His moment in the 2012 Channel Awesome Holiday Video where he thanks his fans for all their support.support.
* During his crossover review of [[Anime/{{Pokemon Three}} the third Pokemon movie]], Suede, Linkara, and Jew Warrio go over how they all got into Pokemon. Jew Warrio's story in particular is very heartwarming. He worked at a game store and his boss had him play one of the original pokemon video games in order to see whether he should stock up on the tie-in card game that was coming out. Naturally, he told him to be ready for ''a lot'' of kids who'd want ''a lot'' of cards. Their store was apparently the ''only'' one in Colorado that did not run out of cards. Not only that, but he started a club that made see-through covers with English translations on them for the Japanese cards so that people could use the newest cards available. And on top of ''that'' he'd make his own homemade Pokemon badges, and kids who came to the shop to play him would get one if they won.


* His moment in the 2012 Channel Awesome Holiday Video where he thans his fans.

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* His moment in the 2012 Channel Awesome Holiday Video where he thans thanks his fans.fans for all their support.


* His review of ''TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ends on a rather touching note, on just how honest he sounds in praising a movie that genuinely affected him.

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* His review of ''TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ends on a rather touching note, on just how honest he sounds in praising a movie that genuinely affected him.him.
* His moment in the 2012 Channel Awesome Holiday Video where he thans his fans.


* His review of ''AGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ends on a rather touching note, on just how honest he sounds in praising a movie that genuinely affected him.

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* His review of ''AGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ''TheGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ends on a rather touching note, on just how honest he sounds in praising a movie that genuinely affected him.


* On the other side of the coin, there's his return video. The song really helps.

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* On the other side of the coin, there's his return video. The song really helps.helps.
* His review of ''AGirlWhoLeaptThroughTime'' ends on a rather touching note, on just how honest he sounds in praising a movie that genuinely affected him.

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