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  1. So, who won?

    by , 12th June 2010 at 10:49 PM (昔の喚きたてるこ)
    So, Joe's apparently already claiming victory in the little contest I created with my previous post. I think that's a little premature. I mentioned in my reply to him there that I was aware of a few other possible locations. I'd like to offer now the option that's just been presented to me...and say that I might just be a little closer than Joe. ;)

    So, what do you think everyone. Is it Joe's guess of New York


    Updated 13th June 2010 at 03:06 AM by Archaic

  2. Because I can too turn everything into a contest

    by , 15th May 2010 at 10:16 PM (昔の喚きたてるこ)
    Hiun City

    Joe says that it's New York.

    I say that it's Hong Kong.

    Who will win? :o
  3. Serebii Joe fails at TV Tropes

    by , 5th April 2010 at 06:04 AM (昔の喚きたてるこ)
    Now, I'm not in the habit of checking TV Tropes, because it's very easy to lose track of time there, as I'm sure anyone who's ever been there before can attest. I have been made aware of entries about myself on there, and have intentionally avoided editing those myself, not only because I think it's incredibly arrogant and immature, but also because I know I'd be called out on it eventually.

    So, guess what I'm about to do?

    At 04/Apr/10 at 01:45 PM (by whatever time ...

    Updated 5th April 2010 at 01:44 PM by Kasumi

  4. Now I really do feel old

    by , 20th March 2010 at 05:08 AM (昔の喚きたてるこ)
    Just read this article, then had the following conversation

    (20:01:04) ArchaicEternal: I just realised that the guy behind 4chan is younger than me. I feel so old now.
    (20:03:23) ZhenLin: ha...
    (20:03:56) ArchaicEternal: He's 22.
    (20:04:23) ZhenLin: On the other hand, we've been around longer... I think.
    (20:04:59) ArchaicEternal: Yes. 4chan was started in 2003.
  5. The Great Australian Internet Blackout

    by , 25th January 2010 at 12:06 AM (昔の喚きたてるこ)

    It's a little known fact that I'm a member of Pirate Party Australia. Yes, that's right, Archaic is a fully paid up and registered member of a serious political party. And part of several of its committees at that.

    The Great Australian Internet Blackout is a combined online and offline demonstration against imposed online censorship here in Australia by the current federal government, and in particular the Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, ...

    Updated 25th January 2010 at 12:20 AM by Archaic

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