This one time, at NYSE, I discovered that a mtg judge in attendance was a convicted pedophile.
I reported it to the head judge and TO.
They did nothing with the information.
An article was published blasting their lack of action.
But I'M the bad guy.
People in the vintage community have been trashing non traditional ideas since I started playing this format competitively in 2003.
This website, for example, used to be so toxic with it's moderation, they basically chased everyone away and all that was left was just that small clique of clowns who really just wanted to shit on people together.
The best advice I can give is to keep holding on to the closest personal connections you have made in the community, the rest are just superficial and just want to be friends with you because you are a good magic player or a "personality."
The tournaments themselves have really become the worst part of vintage. The dinner afterwards, the car pool ride home, hanging out with people you see once a year, those are all experiences that can't be replaced.