A horribly shitty webpage started by a few sad individuals from Lincoln County High School in Fayetteville, Tennessee. Dubbing themselves the "Random Crap Crew," the members of RC Empire engage in and film hilariously unoriginal activities such as jousting on escalators, smashing used automobiles, and circle-jerking. Has sparked several "online wars" with other shitty webpages such as Ignus Software (owned by Vasco Ignus), Ragtime, and W00tco.
"Man, W00tco definitely pwned RC Empire."
"You've got a real RC Empire on your hands there." (referring to something poorly constructed)
I find it interesting to note that the RC Crew is considered sad for making videos of random stuff. I personally find it sad that W00tco (which was a short lived "site" created by some wierdos trying to make us look bad or something, and is also the group of people who wrote the first RC Empire definition) can say that with a straight face. The leader of this group, who will be henceforth referred to as "Microsoft," mentions in his definition that we are not creative for destroying a car (which by the way, was a very nice 1981 Volvo 244DL for $126 on eBay, and is the fastest car ever built by humans) in a field after school let out. The reason Microsoft finds this so "hilariously unoriginal" is because he was not allowed to attend the event himself. The reason for this is because, simply, he did not pay our fee. Everybody who attended donated money to buy the car, and to buy food, and to buy drinks, and to buy fireworks. Nobody that came to the car smash came without giving something to make it a better event. If Microsoft had even brought a 24-pack of cokes from Wal-mart, that would have been fine. We aren't bastards, but for some reason, Microsoft decided that we are. But don't let his post fool you. Microsoft used to follow RC around like a fly on a steak. He wanted to come to the car event, he laughed at the escalator jousting, and he once asked us if we wanted to do a circle jerk (we declined because, unlike Microsoft, we are not bisexual). Microsoft wanted to go to t...more...