2 seems to be a good speaker, I'll give him that. Dude needs to work on having funny jokes instead of just relying on the fandom 'agreeing with him'.
Ah, "clapter". Telling jokes that are intended to be applauded rather than laughed at. Well, hell, John Stewart and Stephen Colbert have been elevated to living paragons by catering to clapter, so 2 has clearly just set his sights much, much lower to try and become The Furry Report.
Why don't they just hire a local comedian for the convention? A cheaper and more entertaining solution.
Because obviously Kage has a hardon for 2. The clapter makes him feel all funny inside.
Gotta hand it to Dragoneer, though. At least when it came to getting the jabbering loser to the convention he wanted him at, he footed the bill himself, instead of relying on the "furry community" that had been sooooooooo enriched by 2 to "give back".
So what exactly has 2 done for the community? All the things he's done have basically been for self-enrichment, to get popular or get paid. Those are generally not considered "giving". Perhaps he's somehow furthered furry's positive relationship with the "muggles"? Even assuming that a mohawked, Spider Jerusalem-wannabe rant-comedian were the sort of person likely to be adored by the general public, I'm unaware of any extensive PR campaign 2 has waged on furry's behalf. In fact, if anything, anyone exposed to his rants would instead be exposed to the bad parts as much as actually... y'know, being exposed directly.
In that way, 2 is something like a guy wandering through the streets shouting graphic descriptions of the hardcore BDSM sex he saw his neighbors having through their window, and how not everyone who likes being done up the butt by their lady-friend like many of his roommates do also enjoys wearing a gimp mask and getting spanked because those are just twisted. All this has succeeded in doing is 1) informing more people of his friends' proclivities and 2) offending people because his yammering about it was actually more public and more offensive than the act that set him off.