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I'm the guy who created the Durarara-eque chat back in March 2010 and later developed the message board and other modules of the site. I refactored the code about 4 times with significant visual and functional changes. I am satisfied with the outcome and as such no longer developing it. I am also no longer the administrator of the site, for that, see @Warlock.
I like tea and calculating statistics. I am a big fan of the scientific method, and as such, an atheist. My Internet identity has its roots in the so-called aniblogosphere, but I am not interested in Japanese animation anymore.
Feel free to message me if you have any questions. Testing.
Gargron joined on Sep 14th, 2011, since that has made 1091 posts that are still accessible today, 159 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, Gargron has given 1976 upvotes, and was last online on May 20th, 2013.
@JoJoBird Hey this was shown as a teaser for the History of the World, Part II, at the end of the History of the World, Part I. The second part never came out though. Brilliant movie, as always, Mel Brooks.
Hey! I watched this! It was quite bad. Really slow-paced, quite cheap despite blockbuster-looking special effects, and really silly. There were very funny moments though, e.g. the North Korean guy in the UN, and the Russian MIR attacking shit with lasers.
Arthur Darvill would be Newton Pulsifer
This feels so right.
Here you go :)
Also, I do not approve of Tom Hiddleston. I watched the Avengers and did not see any amazing actor play there (not there was any place for that, either). He played Loki in a silly costume, suddenly tumblr fangirls are all over him; it doesn't mean he will play Crowley well.
@reki @Candytenshi I know what I am showing you is the opposite side, but at least it conveys Atkinson's intellectual, not-Mr.-Bean side. When I think about him playing Aziraphale, I picture him more like he was in the Thin Blue Line.
As I see the characters, nobody would play Aziraphale better than Rowan Atkinson: A slightly clumsy, a bit out-of-this world angel with his little hobbies.
Crowley, that is more difficult. The actor who played Loki does not have enough self-irony to be this supposedly-evil, sarcastic, yet kind-hearted, at times funny creature. Maybe Simon Pegg could do it.
I don't have baggage! All my stuff is totally unpacked. In a fairly... chaotic way.
@Dutchie I understand I need to watch the original, but. But. But. I want to know what this ending meant.
With 99.9% certainty, they are not a third as cool as we are.
Deal with it.