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Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Kickstarter - Ken Whitman Redefines Failure Yet Again - Part III - Complete Inability to Answer a Simple Yes / No Question " - Knights of the Dinner Table: Live Action Series

Darrly Mott Jr (a columnist for Ain't It Cool News) had a simple question for Ken Whitman:

"So you are NOT claiming that this after party (that Jolly and Zombie Orpheus are putting together after Ken cancelled the one supposedly being funded by Kickstarter finds for Kickstarter backers) fulfills the backer reward from your Kickstarter? Is that correct?"

Ken's answers are all delaying tactics for a simple YES / NO question. Of course, we already know the answer.

I do hope that Ain't It Cool has a nice barbecue ready...

Screenshot from the KotDT:LAS Kickstarter comments section.


  1. is there any place we should stand near to observe whatever happens if we happen to be at gencon but have no idea what these films are even about?

  2. So awesome...this would be a great tv show or something.

    1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Increasingly_Poor_Decisions_of_Todd_Margaret

      "He has no experience with British culture, knows nothing about sales, and has only one employee, Dave. His desire to be successful influences him to compulsively lie about his personal history and his job, leading him through an escalating series of predicaments."

  3. For those playing along at home: After canceling the KoDT LAS after party in a pique of rage directed at Jolly, and after ZOE and Jolly and many fans decided to organize and run the after party anyway, Ken has now announced that his after-party will take place after all, running concurrently with the ZOE/Jolly party.


  4. My understanding is that his party did not take place because he reserved the space with a bad/maxed out credit card. Just another Ken Whitman lie.

  5. I just wanted to say thank you for archiving this. I spent next to an hour tearing through my Facebook page trying to find this discussion and wasn't able to because it seems that D20 Entertainment scrubbed its Facebook presence. I'm now working for ENWorld and writing up about Girl Downtown, so I'm glad you saved this since I wouldn't want to be "sued for slander and liable".