Kevin Neece confesses the story of his wicked life for the APD and the FBI, and it's the Scandal Biopic you've been waiting for. It's been described as Self-Destructive, Self-Delusional, and Surreal.
The Maker of Bad Goddess invites you to hear his Life Story. Butt Plugs and Lube have been appropriately mailed out to the creative staff of Alamo Drafthouse, Austin Public Access, the makers of Ah My Goddess, and the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality.
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The incident that finally got Kevin banned from Alamo Drafthouse after nearly eight years goes as follows. Kevin walked into Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar and gave the manager on duty a copy of his autobiography, explaining why he wrote it and his father's issues with TCEQ. He requested that the book be given to Alamo Drafthouse's legal staff for their reference. A few days later, Kevin attended the Highball because Pretties for You was going to be playing. Kevin said hello to Liz Morphis, but eventually got bored and started walking around the theater, keeping to himself as he always does. Suddenly he got pulled aside by the same manager that he gave the book to, who stated that his behavior was making the servers nervous. Kevin politely apologized, stating that he has bipolar disorder, and agreed to leave immediately without incident. Kevin attended several screenings after that at some of the other Alamo Drafthouse locations, like Mueller, and had no problems. Hence, he assumed that it was water under the bridge. Kevin returned to South Lamar again for a screening of Robot Jox, this time he waited in his car, and then went straight to the theater immediately once the preshow was about to start. As he was waiting outside the door, he was pulled aside again by a different manager. Kevin again explained that he had attended Alamo Drafthouse for years, and his behavior from the last incident was the same behavior he had always exhibited. He simply has bipolar disorder and people are overreacting to it when they see him walking around and inner thinking to himself. He doesn't directly speak to or bother anybody. Kevin leaves again without incident. A week or so later, Kevin's mother got an email or phone call from the APD. The Alamo Drafthouse staff was nervous, as the staff members were overreacting and trying to make Kevin sound like he was dangerous. Kevin explained in full detail to the police that the manager who started off the incident knew he had written a book that featured stories about his early years at Alamo Drafthouse, which may have been the real reason the theater was lashing out at him. Kevin emailed a digital copy of the book to officer, and agreed to stop attending Alamo Drafthouse. He also agreed to speak to a Medical Crisis Outreach Team. Said Outreach Team stood Kevin up the first time they agreed to meet him, which inconveniently left him waiting in his house all day, as they refused to speak via email and could not make proper appointment times. Kevin criticized them using his Doctor What account on twitter, stating that if they had been sent to help a victim of depression and stood them up in the same manner, their negligence could have escalated the situation very badly. The next day, the Outreach Team showed up, Kevin told them his story and gave them a copy of his book, along with all of his documentaries and cartoons. Once again, Kevin never received the phone call that they arranged for him to receive counseling. Kevin feels that their attempt to reach out to him was a fake PR move by Alamo Drafthouse to cover for their bad staff members and prefers to end it with that. See more
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