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AustinDR

aka Austin Robinson

Galactic Overlord Dark Lord
  • I live in Inbetween
  • I was born on May 15
  • My occupation is Student
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    Promotion

    December 5, 2018 by AustinDR

    After some discussion, I feel that Valkerone has done a lot to contribute to the wiki such as reversing vandalism, also removing any unapproved articles from the PE category, and he had adhered to the rules. Therefore, I feel that he earned this promotion.

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    Decided to do this when I learned the news. He was one of the people who I really looked up to when I was growing up, and I actually ended up learning a lot from watching his show such as how there's nothing wrong with being different, and he also inspired me in some ways with what I draw or my sense of humor. Hillenburg was a special kind of precious jewel that cannot be replicated. He chose to become a cartoonist after working as a marine biologist for some years, and his show first premiered when he was 38. It just goes to show that you shouldn't give up on your dreams, and that it takes dedication. Hillenburg had inspired not only people from my generation, but he was also influencing those kids that are the new generation of kids who…

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    Ralph Breaks the Internet is the 57th animated feature film for the Disney Animation Studio and a sequel to Wreck-It Ralph. Six years after the events of the first film, Vanellope von Schweetz had become bored with her game Sugar Rush, having won so numerously, that she no longer felt that since of thrill at the prospect of there being any unpredictability in her life. After an accident causes Vanellope's game to be unplugged, Ralph and Vanellope decide to travel through the internet after they had noticed that the owner of the arcade had just installed wifi. To be honest, I wasn't really looking forward to the movie because I was worried that since the film concerned the internet, I thought this was going to be another Emoji Movie disast…

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    RIP Stan Lee

    November 12, 2018 by AustinDR

    While it was inevitable, it still feels odd to know that Stan Lee had passed. He's really one of those few figures that you don't want to see expire because of the massive influence they had. I will miss anticipating his cameos in any of the Marvel movies, and I also personally thank him for bringing several of Marvel's most famous superheroes and villains to life.

    Excelsior.

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    1) Halloween (1978): This horror classic set the precedence for future slasher films. On one Halloween night, Michael "Audrey" Myers brandished a knife and stabbed his older sister to death. He was six years old at the time, and it seemed that there was no provoked reason as to why he did that. Years later, Michael returns to Haddonfield, Illinois, to reign terror on the town. What made the first film great was the ambiguity to Michael Myers. While other films in the franchise lean more towards interpreting that he was a supernatural force of pure evil, the first film is more ambiguous to Michael's true nature. While the ending kind of removes that level of mystery, it is nevertheless one of the many instances of Michael Myer's humanity bei…

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