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List of places that have banned Chris
Although he is at least physically a grown adult, Chris is not above throwing tantrums and generally being a nuisance in public places. Because of his obnoxious behavior, Chris has been either temporarily or permanently banned from many places, physical or not.
- 1 Shops
- 2 Websites
- 3 Organizations
The GAMe PLACe
- Main article: The GAMe PLACe
According to Mimms, Chris has been banned twice. The first time, which was temporary, was when Chris attempted to get something from the back without permission. Michael Snyder permabanned him on 28 August 2008, after Chris got confrontational with a small black, but even this failed to keep Chris away from the store. Following the events of 28 October 2011, Chris was definitively banned by court order from ever re-entering the store, all the way to its shutdown in June 2014.
Charlottesville Fashion Square
- Main article: Charlottesville Fashion Square
Chris was busted twice here, once for loitering and again for shouting in public. The second incident may or may not have been Chris's "NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!" shout upon learning Hanna was trolling him. He was banned for a year, but the ban has since expired. On 28 April 2012, it's revealed he was banned again, this time from arguing with trolls loudly on his phone. It's also likely he was banned from the store again after the 26 December 2014 incident (see below).
- Main article: Mal-Wart
Chris has been kicked out of Walmart on at least four separate occasions. On 23 June 2005, the African-American manager of the Charlottesville store's McDonald's (depicted as the B-Manajerk by Chris in the comics) attempted to have Chris arrested for loitering, but his own fast thinking and hiding his Attraction Sign (which got him in trouble in the first place) ended up with him removed from the restaurant for the rest of the day (or so he says). The actual banning came two days later, 25 June, when Chris returned and attempted to loiter again. Both managers for McDonald's and Walmart confronted Chris, but Chris refused to listen to the managers, ran off and nearly ran over one of them. In late 2009, he returned to Walmart, forcing one of the female employees to measure him for a sports bra.
Proving he learns nothing, Chris was again banned in September 2013, this time at the recent Ruckersville location, after vandalizing an Xbox One sign to read "HEXbox One", according to his Facebook post on 6 September 2013. In the ensuing Facebook posts, he blames almost everyone else but himself for the ban, including Michael Snyder, Megan Schroeder, Mary Lee Walsh, and even his defense attorney Rob Bell. A year later, Chris got thrown out of Walmart yet again, after an employee recognized and confronted him. He eventually left, but not before threatening the employee with pepper spray. For reference, this came less than a week after he was arrested for attacking an employee of another store with mace.
- Main article: Get-Tar Region
On 20 July 2005 (almost a month after Chris's incident over at Walmart), he attempted to loiter at a newly-built Target, intending on exploiting their free soda refill deal while he tried to get boyfriend-free girls. According to Emily, Chris was approached by management and asked to leave, but he refused. When the issue was pressed, he insulted them and forced them to call the cops. When they did, Chris tried to run, forcing them to tackle, hogtie and handcuff him. All this on the store's opening week!
Chris had already been banned from the Fashion Square branch of local GameStop for his Sonic Boom Protests when, on 26 December 2014, he came "disguised" in a pair of My Little Pony novelty sunglasses, supposedly intending to buy a new Skylanders figure and some second-hand Wii U games. However, the staff confronted him and were unmoved by his protests that he was there to actually buy stuff rather than vandalize their property. He eventually left, but not before assaulting one of the employees by spraying his can of pink mace at his shirt, a felony. As with the GAMe PLACe, the ban escalated to a full-blown restraining order, which was slapped on Chris as part of his bail conditions.
- Main article: deviantART
Chris has been banned twice from deviantART. Both times were for a reason that you can probably guess right off the bat: sexual imagery without even bothering to use the proper mature content filters. The first time was around May 2009, most likely due to the imagery from Sonichu #7; the second was August 28, 2009, due to the infamous cameltoe scene in Sonichu #9 and the sex scene between Blake and Bubbles Rosechu in Sonichu #8.
- Main article: YouTube
- Main article: Wikipedia
On 1 May 2009, Chris created an account on Wikipedia, hoping to show his side to his life story, one that wasn't "smeared" by trolls. It was deleted soon afterward for violating Wikipedia's policy on userpages and notability. When he attempted to contest this course of action, his user account was indefinitely blocked (although the blocking admin actually believed it to be a sockpuppet of a troll and not the genuine article). As of now, the article name "Christian Weston Chandler" has been "salted" to prevent it from ever being recreated.
- Main article: Flipnote Hatena
After uploading and re-uploading numerous Flipnotes that violated the rules of the family-friendly Flipnote Hatena site, the moderators banned him permanently from uploading Flipnotes on the 2nd of July 2010. Chris has since evaded his ban. Flipnote Studio 3D was later released in February 2015 after Flipnote Hatena shut down on the 31st of May 2013. Only time will tell if Chris manages to get banned from that as well.
- Main article: Original Sonichu and Rosechu Drawing
Chris has attempted to sell the Original Sonichu and Rosechu Drawing on eBay since 1 June 2014. Time and again, however, the listing for the picture was taken down, either as a result of troll involvement, the listing expiring (the asking price of thousands of dollars not helping in that respect), or in true Chris fashion, breaking the terms of services on eBay by asking for offers on Facebook. This would culminate in a 3-day ban from eBay on June 8th, 2014. Chris, being incapable of taking "no" for an answer, stated his intention to put the picture back up for sale again the minute the ban expires.
On 12 June, Chris reposted the listing, only for eBay to give him another ban. When his second ban expired, he reposted a heavily-edited version of the posting, although still possible violating several of eBay's terms again. A third strike against Chris's tarnished eBay name is expected. Only time will tell if the world's largest online vendor will be added to the list of places that kicks Chris out and never lets him back in.
Around September 2014, a guy named "Mr. Smith" decided to order one of Chris's mass-market medallions, thinking that it would take 2 weeks to ship, not to create the medallion itself. After 2 weeks passed by with the medallion still not arrived, he filed a case to eBay, thus freezing Chris's PayPal. This really got Chris's duck in a twist, and led to a complicated series of events that later ended in eBay refunding Mr. Smith.
Sega Customer Service
- Main article: Sonic Boom Protests
GameStop is not the only place Chris is banned from for raging over Sonic Boom. On 12 December 2014, Chris sent Sega Customer Service an angry e-mail that raged over Sonic Boom and told them to recall anything with Sonic's blarms on it...or else. Later in the day or the day after that, Sega banned his Customer Service account from the service.
- Main article: Facebook
On 3 July 2015, Chris's Facebook account was taken down very briefly. While it is currently unknown why this occurred, it can likely be chalked up to Chris bending the rules of the website as per usual. These include screenshots of sexting, pictures of lizards mating, his omnipresent death threats to Sega, and linking to a Wikipedia article about tribadism with a sexual image as a thumbnail. The last straw was when he uploaded a drawing called "Pink Lemonade", which featuring Chris being showered with pink lemonade (or, as Kim Wilson interpreted it, menstruation blood) from a pitcher pouring it through a china-shaped lemon, and bragging about how "It will be on Long enough for all to enjoy a glass." It's beyond surprising that Facebook was able to keep up with Chris's shenanigans for 4 years before taking it down for the 3rd time. His account was then put back up the same day, proving that Chris is the ultimate bullet-dodger.
However, it seems he hasn't got off quite yet, as a recent picture he posted of his manboobs on 9 July was surprisingly taken down due to reports, which is the first time Chris has had a photo taken down on Facebook. He then reposted it, leading to his account getting deactivated the second time this month. It was then put back up, then closed yet again, and then put back up. It seems that this might be where it continues on, but with Facebook taking down a post that asked Chris's followers to fund him a prosthetic vagina in September 2015, only time will tell.
On 29 November 2014, the makers of the Keep Sonic Original page banned Chris from the group after a post was made containing death threats to Sega. Also, on 4 October 2015, Chris got booted off the Amiibo Trade & Collectors page for hostile posts and making Amiibos out of original characters.
The Cub Scouts
Chris stated in part 4 of his KCWC Top 10 Dedication Special that he was kicked out of the "Wolf Cub Scouts" in the late 1980s because he was autistic. Undoubtedly, it was for something he did that he didn't tell us about. His commentary suggested that he routinely angered his Den Mother with his illogical behavior and that he believed this to be the reason he is banned. In 2014, while on his date with Catherine, he elaborated that he was probably "being outbursting and loud for something," although he couldn't remember. In a Mailbag, Chris revealed that his parents tried to sue the Boy Scouts of America over this incident.
Piedmont Virginia Community College
- Main article: Piedmont Virginia Community College
Two incidents occurred here. The first occurred on Chris's 21st birthday, 24 February 2003. Chris originally blamed the incident on him having an outburst when he was kicked out of a class after telling a male professor that he, like the main character in a story they were learning about, was autistic. According to Emily, however, it turns out that he was kicked out because of his homophobic tendencies causing him to say something derogatory. In either case, Chris started his Love Quest this day.
The second incident occurred when, in mid-October 2003, Dean of Student Services Mary Lee Walsh spotted Chris and his Attraction Sign and took it away, criticizing Chris for his actions, as she believed he was trying to solicit sex on campus. When Walsh destroyed a second sign, Chris raged and went on the offensive. This incident lead to her banning Chris for a year, forcing him to see a psychiatrist and go to anger management classes (neither of which seems to have helped).
Grace Baptist Church
- Main article: Grace Baptist Church
Chris was banned from his old church in 2008. He claimed in an email with lordsillynipples, "Pastor John Hartless did not like my views I've expressed in my video I did on my 25th Birthday, and he found the ED page." Later, in Mailbag 14, he claimed it was because "The pastor did a background check on me, and found images of women in bikinis on my Facebook; he was offended." Going by his frequent threats to use his new congregation as a personal army, it is not unlikely that Chris was booted out of the church when he linked his pastor to his ED page in the hope that Mr. Hartless would incite the congregation into raiding the ED page for Chris.
Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church
- Main article: Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church
A letter leaked on 30 March 2013 revealed that some time between July 2011 and March 2013, Chris had earned himself a temporary ban from Wesley Methodist, probably because he had repeatedly (and annoyingly) aired his endless grievances about trolls during the homily.
—Chris, on how his own church is now playing Kick the Autistic