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About Syzygy1

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  • Birthday 09/27/2002

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    ...if you care.
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    New Jersey
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    DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Toonami, the Hanna-Barbera Super Heroes, old school Cartoon Network, Strawberry Shortcake, vaporwave, future funk, Atari 2600, arcade games, pinball, Touhou, Saturday Night Live, Six Flags, roller coasters, disco music, anime, manga, Star Wars
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  1. Hello everybody, la de da! This is Tansit. Tonight, the...

    TANSIT! You're fired.

    Oh, really?

    Have your locker cleaned out by 5.

    I won't cry... if you're wanting to see me cry, you can save your breath, because I won't cry... *cries* What will become of me?! *cries more*

  2. Happy New Year to all. I've been planning a cyberpunk series starring a character from an obscure DOS game.

    1. GoldLeader


      When you say planning a series,  What are we talking here?  Games?  Books?  Graphic novels? Posters? Movies?  Candy bars and podcasts?

    2. Syzygy1


      Animated series

    3. GoldLeader


      ^Oh Sure!  The one thing I hadn't mentioned!   (It's OK ...It was implied.)  Best of luck!

  3. Greetings! I'm Space Ghost!

    1. doctorclu


      ALL HAIL BRAK!!!

    2. GoldLeader


      Ya know...As a lil shaver, I used to watch Space Ghost and Frankenstein Jr..  Then waaaaay  later on I heard about Space Ghost Coast to Coast and saw one episode, Then I started watching that one about 4 years later ... (Great Stuff).

    3. Syzygy1


      I was singing Deck the Halls during karaoke at my program and you BET I sang "gabba gabba hey gabba gabba hey hey" instead of "fa la la la la."

  4. The site the script was on has been down ever since 2018.
  5. Remember kids: winners don't do copy and paste.

    1. Lord Innit

      Lord Innit

      Remember kids: winners don't do copy and paste.

    2. x=usr(1536)


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  6. If you look close at the end, you can see the patient in that ride is a woman. Because you now know why I like Fantastic Voyage so much, you KNOW I don't want to see the insides of women. Or children. Whoever thought they needed to go inside a woman should rethink their life.
  7. It's called endosomatophilia. I found a forum dedicated to it and the guy who told me about it is working on stories with me where black men are gone inside. Including Cyborg from Injustice 2.
  8. "Some more games: Marvel vs. Capcom, Marvel vs. Capcom 2, X-Men vs. Street Fighter, X-Men: Children of the Atom, Marvel Super Heroes, TMNT Turtles in Time, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, some redemption machines I forget the name of, House of the Dead, Time Crisis, Time Crisis 2, Crisis Zone, Pac-Mania, Tekken, Tekken 2, Tekken 3, Tekken Tag Tournament, Tekken 4, Soul Edge, Soulcalibur, lots of fighting games like that. There was a Batman kiddie ride near the kids games, it was like the Batmobile or something. I loved that as a kid who was a big fan of Batman. Some more songs that I remember played there... Again, that's all for now."
  9. Yeah, you're probably wondering "where did Grid get the silk from, anyway?"
  10. For M.A.S.H. and its surgery portion, I always pretend I'm operating on Hawkeye from Marvel Comics, since one of the characters on M.A.S.H. is named Hawkeye and there's an episode of the Iron Man cartoon where Iron Man goes inside Hawkeye. "That TEARS it! I've HAD it as an Avenger! Right here and now -- HAWKEYE'S CUTTIN' OUT!"
  11. My friend Martha just told me about what her local arcade used to be like in the 90s. "I went from 1992 to 2003, when it closed up. Its glory days were in the mid to late 90s. The lights were dim, it smelled of smoke, and of course, there were lots of games. There was a token dispenser and ticket eater at the entrance and they would give you tokens if you did well in school. There were all sorts of genres: regular arcade machines, pinball, redemption games, and what have you not. Some games I remember being there were Street Fighter II, The Simpsons, Star Wars Episode I Racer, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, NARC, Bad Dudes vs. Dragon Ninja, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs, Rolling Thunder, Sonic Championship, Spider Stompin', Spider Splattin', AAAH! Real Monsters, Hydro Thunder, Arctic Thunder, Offroad Thunder, The Ocean Hunter, Mortal Kombat 4, some classic games like Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man, Frogger, Galaga, Donkey Kong, Mario Bros., etc., Speed Racer, SegaSonic the Hedgehog, RoadBlasters, Wacky Gator, Feed Big Bertha, Skee-Ball, PlayChoice 10 (forgot which), Mega Man: The Power Battle, Act-Fancer: Cybernetic Hyper Weapon, X-Multiply, R-Type, Life Force, Virtua Fighter, Daytona USA, Superman, Nemo, X-Men, Dance Dance Revolution, and Captain America and the Avengers. Of course, it had music. Here are some of the songs I remember playing in there: That's all I can remember. But it was so awesome."
  12. And then it, along with the Ninja Gaiden game over screen, contributed to my bondage fetish (yes, I know I don't approve of applying my fetishes onto children, but I was 15 at the time and only like(d) when it was my crushes being tied up by the spiders.) Life is brutal sometimes.
  13. Lemon Demon is basically a human 90s reference.

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