I like how any semblance of actual conversation is reason to "chill." Don't ya'll get tired of small talk after so long? I've known many of you for over five years FFS. I think we're beyond the whole "oh the weather's so nice today!" bit
Fire_Kame -- Either way, GDQ can do whatever they want at their event. I would've kicked him out too. If I was throwing a party and a guest threatened to shoot everyone there after he had made a string of uncomfortable jokes about committing suicide, I would probably have kicked him out and possibly called the cops depending on whether it escalated. Because we don't even know if it escalated after the run. Reddit is just so fast to jump to whoever is on the other side of the SJWs they aren't even willing to acknowledge there may be a valid reason someone is upset by that person's behavior...and reddit is where they're supporting this speedrunner the most and telling people they should just relax.
Fire_Kame -- here's how I see it. It was a charity event for doctors without borders. Doctors often face the fallout from mass shootings, sucide attempts, domestic disputes and diseases like cancer. So what part about this would he have thought was appropriate on this venue? The run wasn't just representing GDQ, it was representing Doctors Without Borders, too, and why exactly would they want to be endorsing/endorsed by someone talking like that?
jjf28 -- while I reject the idea that sensitive issues should be off-limits for jokes, his social fail by continuing them with the clear awkwardness in the air was outstanding