gap80, Male, from good ol' glorious New Jersey

Hickenlooper is the Season 1 Randy Marsh of 2020 – a geologist who seems to have good intentions but hasn’t done enough to stand out…yet… Mar 5, 2019

    1. gap80
      Hickenlooper is the Season 1 Randy Marsh of 2020 – a geologist who seems to have good intentions but hasn’t done enough to stand out…yet…
    2. gap80
      Today I sneezed and my sister said "hi" instead of "bless you" She's not sure why she did that.
    3. gap80
      Today I misread a bit on a class powerpoint as “Tinderbook” and thought “They merged Facebook and Tinder?" Would that be bad? I use neither.
    4. gap80
      Merry Holidays, everybody!
    5. gap80
      I think they should have gotten Bobcat Goldthwait to voice Pikachu in that new Pokemon movie...
      1. gap80
        ...It looks like they wanted to add a gruff voice to Pikachu while maintaining the character’s cuteness. While Ryan Reynolds is a good (if not overused in a “he’s-in-so-many-movies-I’m-getting-sick-of-him” kind of way) actor, his deep voice sounds too...
        Nov 19, 2018
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        ...unnatural when it exits Pikachu’s mouth. I’m tellin’ ya, nobody can do an engaging voice both high-pitched and gravely with enough range to balance humor and drama better than the Bobcat!
        Nov 19, 2018
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      I keep confusing Peyton Manning for Preston Manning and visa-versa!
    7. gap80
      Ojeda/Delaney 2020: “We were the first to announce; to us, that equals victory!”
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        “Always bet on the first two horses out of the starting gate!”
        Nov 15, 2018
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      Hey Gap, your Simpsons wikibox series is gonna be a lot more interesting with all the lore about the deaths of characters at the end of the recent season of the Simpsons.
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        (...) made a wikibox for Smithers, Flanders, Krabappel or Principal Skinner, and Mr. Burn’s alternate wikibox would now have to include his marriage to Angelina Jolie. However, in the Christmas episode of the Simpsons set in the future, we see an elderly (much older than 50) Smithers, so… which future happened? Did both occur? – (...)
        Jun 14, 2018
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        (...) – cloning technology does apparently exist in the future, so maybe Burns had Smithers cloned after his suicide! This could also explain why Chief Wiggum does not have a robot body anymore at the time of his death – he got a new body. Other than those two, though, all other deaths are not contradictory. I especially like how Bart is wearing Supreme Court justice robes, as it bolsters (...)
        Jun 14, 2018
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        (...) the case for that being canon. So… that all means I’d have to make new wikiboxes for Burns, Chief Wiggum, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Ralph (Though the King Ralph could be one of Ralph’s many clones). And maybe a constellation wikibox for Maggie. Plus the ones mentioned before, and that’s twelve (12!) new wikiboxes to be made... Oy…
        Jun 14, 2018
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      Are vampires just astral-projecting time travelers?
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        If you were just a projection, you would seem pale to an onlooker, you’d avoid sunlight as it would not give you a shadow, you’d have no reflection in mirrors because you aren’t really there, and if you’re projecting to a series of years over the course of what to you is just a few weeks, you may be recognized by someone and be viewed as unable to age!
        Apr 6, 2018
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      “I don’t like people who swear, motherf@#$er!” – my uncle to his friend, circa the other day
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      Ralph Nader (or at least his book "Unsafe At Any Speed") doesn't exist in the Star Trek Universe, or the Enterprise would have seatbelts
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      "If a rock from space hitting Earth got rid of the dinosaurs, would another rock from space hitting Earth bring them all back?" - me, age 6
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      2. Gentleman Biaggi
        "No, but maybe a nuke could" -me age 8 (i was a weird child)
        Jan 14, 2018
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      Question: why is it called "milking the cow"? If you're taking the milk OUT of the cow, aren't you "DE-MILKING the cow"?
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      2. Gentleman Biaggi
        Dang it, now I'm thirsty!
        Oct 9, 2017
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      3. Ddmkm122
        Good point!
        Oct 9, 2017
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        Sep 26, 2017
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        That's basically how all of our conversations go
        "So we should create a complex and entertaining multiparty system in Canada with several regional parties and powerful machine politics in the east"
        "Naw, we're gonna have 6 social credit minority governments"
        Dec 22, 2017
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    good ol' glorious New Jersey
    Real Name:
    My birth certificate reads "Georgios" (the Greek form of George), but I always go by "Georgie."
    Born on James Franco's 16th birthday.

    My maternal great-grandparents survived a death march through the Syrian desert, from Pontus to Smyrna. My dad, the son of a Greek Civil War veteran-turned-cop/farmer, was born in a field near Thessaloniki; I've seen my dad eat a live insect more than once.

    Due to allergies I spent much of my childhood indoors, and so I've read a lot of books and I've seen lots of movies and TV shows. I used to play with Legos all the time while growing up. I won my high school superlative for most artistic (male) student, but I haven't really drawn much in a long time. Hobbies: alternate history, regular history, reading, writing, and NOT looking at a computer screen every so often.

    I have three majors (English, History, and Art History) and two minors (Greek Language, Creative Writing) from Rutgers University (New Brunswick). I'm currently looking for a job while finishing up Graduate classes at Rutgers' School of Management and Labor Relations.

    That's been about it so far. So, yeah, I'm not really that interesting... sorry...