“Ghost, a happy wife is a happy life, that's why we let our wives push us around like your granny pushes you around in your wheelchair”—A Troll, Radio Graffiti, Episode 237
“I'M NOT A GODDAMN CRIPPLE! Jesus Christ, man. I'M NOT A DAMN CRIPPLE AND THAT WAS- THAT WAS RIDICULOUS! THAT WAS SCREWED UP, MAN! True Handicapped Radio you sons of bitches.”—Ghost's reaction to "True Cripple Radio", Radio Graffiti, Episode 255
After doing a voice comparison during one of his True Capitalist Radio broadcasts during which he facetiously stated that he was in a wheelchair, Ghost was trolled by by various Twitter Names and Radio Graffiti callers claiming that he was crippled. Ghost has since adamantly denied being a cripple, even going as far as to tap dance ('doing folklórico') during his broadcast to prove the trolls wrong.
Referring to Ghost as a cripple and/or wheelchair user, or even referencing wheelchairs, has become a reliable way of enraging him despite its frequent repetition, easily driving him to cans.wav.In late May 2016, trolls began combining cripple/wheelchair jokes with references to the Vietnam War, often implying that Ghost was paralyzed or lost his legs while fighting there. Splices and Twitter names on this subject (e.g. "Left Legs In Rice Paddy") are particularly potent rage fodder for Ghost.
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