Just found entire communities geared towards hating Jay. Can someone explain why? I love him (like... as a magician/teacher/person... not in the way you may have thought ... you know what I mean.... I love his work, that's what I'm trying to say.)!
Lol the customer service thing just sounds messed up on Jay's part.Well, he occasionally has this weird thing where he just forgets how to do customer service - like, people receiving broken gimmicks being ignored or dismissed, responding with a fake name (I think Scott?), etc. Not as bad as Outlaw Effects but enough to earn a reputation. Also he tends to re-release the same thing over and over, or put out things that aren't really worked out for real world practicality.
Personally I have next to no opinion of him, other than he seems to have a very high opinion of himself. It seems pretty extreme to have a community geared towards hating him, to me. That's a lot of negativity for next to no reason.
Ha, that is a great way to put it xDThere always have been, and always will be, haters, in the world. These are people who are insecure and have an inferiority complex, and so they try to bring themselves up by putting others down.
I can't play it for some reason, but meh. Anyways, it's natural for people to grow a hate community as they get more famous. There will always be people who don't agree with you, and it applies for everything.
Sorry for the late reply, but for whatever reason, I didn't get an alert on this.I watch guys like Chris Ramsay, Daniel Madison and Xavior Spade...who present themselves in such a cool, down to Earth, laid back manner. Then I watch Sankey...and he seems like the guy at the bar who would come up and interrupt your group conversation obnoxiously and you want to punch him in the face within two minutes.
Don't get me wrong, I enjoy some of his tutorials, but he does come off as a bit of a "trying too hard to be cool to the point he's insufferable" kind of guy.