What are the poll numbers as of now?
"Lloyd Havaw Reese" is more than likely an anagram for Lee Harvey Oswald. You can kinda make out the features on his picture if you look close enough.Glad my quote made it into the canon Should have seen it hurting his image a little though, but I suppose there's worse things he could be dealing with. I alwqys liked Kelsey with a beard but I understand how it tends to make him look more villainous and there being more pictures of him clean shaven then not, especially if you use his screenshots from his more modern shows like Boss.
I'm also kind of confused as to who Lloyd Havaw Reese is. Who are they otl?
I see it now. I was so confused googling “ Lloyd Havaw Reese” and getting nothing, I was starting to suspect they might have a cameo of someone gap80 knew or even gap80 themselves"Lloyd Havaw Reese" is more than likely an anagram for Lee Harvey Oswald. You can kinda make out the features on his picture if you look close enough.
And I guess seeing that gap80 himself liked my post about the anagram pretty much confirms it.I see it now. I was so confused googling “ Lloyd Havaw Reese” and getting nothing, I was starting to suspect they might have a cameo of someone gap80 knew or even gap80 themselves
For one hand, that would avoid all the "#ChangeTheChannel" and the pain I suffered for days due to that (Yeah, those days were rough to me. Doug Walker was a world to me, and on a few days all changed)DOUGLAS WALKER
Actor, voice-actor, writer
Background: Mount Tacoma High School (2000), B.A. degree from Seattle Central College (2004), one semester at UCLA (2005, did not graduate)
Douglas Darius Walker was born in Naples, Italy on November 17, 1981, to a US Navy serviceman. Due to his father’s military occupation and Walker’s birth amid the Libyan War of the early 1980s, he lived in Naples until he was five, and then lived in several places in the US as a “military brat” until graduating from high school in Tacoma, Washington. His early upbringing led to him learning how to make people laugh in order to make friends quickly before his family moved again; this upbringing inspired him to pursue an acting career.
Walker’s acting debut was in a small role in an episode of the TV series “Star Trek: Liftoff” in 2005; soon after, he obtained a writing assistant position for Paramount in 2006. In 2011, after playing bit parts in several films, often as “a poor man’s Jim Carrey.” Walker received praise for his performance as a hyperactive demolitions expert in an episode of the animated series “Tales from New New York,” and soon after was hired for a recurring role on the T.O.N. animated series “As Green As The Sky” (2010-2015).
Starting in 2012, Walker began working on multiple independent films, collaborating with the likes of Steven Soderbergh, Brad Jones, and Nicole Holofcener; he left Paramount later that year…
Good grief!I expect and hope for a number of Peanuts related parodies in regards to the current VP.
I'll cover the history of ontech videos and the monetization issue in the next chapter for ya. I admit, I don't know that much about video game histories but since I mentioned some games many chapters ago I'll write up an update. Thanks for the compliments!Wonderful updates as usual. I loved what you did with Doug and James there. My interest in the Technet is how the timeline version of YouTube looks like. Does it have the same problems of monetization? Does it have similar trends? I think it would also be interesting to see how the videogame industry looks like here. Excellent story and I hope it wins the Turtledove.
The Soviet Union collapsed in 1984, as covered in the 1984 chaptersHow did the Cold War end in TTL?