I’m Officially Amazing!!!
A @GWR Title Holder for “The Most Cinema Productions Attended – Same Film”
With 191 times seen #AvengersEndgame .#Marvel @Russo_Brothers #TigreVengador @ChrisEvans @Kevfeige @RobertDowneyJr @MarkRuffalo @karengillan @jimmyfallon #Tigres @CinePREMIERE https://t.co/FxdA6Fh7Vt pic.twitter.com/ZgRNg517SK
— Agustin Alanis (@agalanis17) March 17, 2021
There is good, there is great, and then there is amazing.
Ramiro Alanis is the definition of amazing.
Florida-based personal trainer Ramiro Alanis has broken the Guinness World Record for “The Most Cinema Productions Attended – Same Film” after watching “Avengers: Endgame” in theaters a whopping 191 times in 94 days after the movie premiered on April 26, 2019.
“I’m officially amazing!!!” a pumped Alanis tweeted along with an image of him, his Guinness certificate, and a brick wall plastered with movie tickets. “This is priceless!!”
The 32-year-old’s unabashedly giddy Twitter teaser from March 16 is now going viral after Guinness officially announced the results.
While profoundly proud of his achievement, making superhero history came at great cost to his mental health and social life, Alanis told the world’s foremost record keeping entity.
“The most difficult part about this attempt was giving up my social life with my family, the gym (I lost 16 pounds of muscle) and managing my work hours and screening times at the theaters,” he admitted, adding that his loved ones were still vital in enabling him to watch the film so many times. “[The] support I got from family, friends, managers and staff from the theaters I visited,” as well as support from his followers on social media, where he documented his journey, were key motivators in his completion of the highly specific challenge.
Alanis was inspired to see the 2019 flick nearly 200 times by the Guinness record’s former holder, popular YouTuber NemRaps, who scored the honor by watching “Avengers: Infinity War” on repeat much to the delight of his 450,000 subscribers.
Previously, in 2010, Alanis participated in an attempt to get a Guinness for the largest human image of a heart.
His favorite Marvel Universe character is thus Captain America, who “embodies many values that I stand for, righteousness, kindness, thinking about others before himself.”
Pretty racist to support Captain America, frankly. But there’s a big contingent of Mexicans AKA “the Latinx” who wear the cap shield shirt.
However, many of these Mexicans are suspiciously light-skinned, and are involved in oppression of blacks and especially Asians.
We need to investigate as to whether certain white Mexicans are hiring blacks to attack Asians.
It wouldn’t be the first time a white Mexican was caught doing serious and hardcore white supremacy.
It’s time to take a stand against the hate that is at the root of Mexican support of Captain America.