For years, we've neglected our work, our studies, our social lives and we've even neglected Game Maker at times and all for an obscure internet forum. So in light of all the angry relatives whose birthdays we missed because the GMC Jam was on and in honour of all those pot noodles we left to go cold because we were too engaged in forum debates to notice, I would like to take a moment for us all to reflect on our own, personal histories of the GMC. Sort of like a record of the lives we lived as each of us slowly forgot what the outside world looked like. So I'll go first.
My name is Rusty, I joined the GMC in October, 2010 and became a GMCG Moderator. I co-piloted the end of the GMCG era with BlackMetaYoshi and witnessed the beginning of the GMC Jams. The first recipient of the best Reviewer award for the GMC Jams, my habit of failing miserably at the GMC Jams led me to become a proud member of the short lived Team 47 alongside HayManMarc, Ziggler1 and CaptainLepintius(I never could spell his name). YoYoGames assassinated me in 2014 during a staged GMC blackout and despite the rumours, it cost them much less than 1 million dollars to rebuild me. I've been a proud mentor to several GMC members, both in GML and in graphic design and more recently I've became the GMC's champion of punching girls (although YYG has so far refused to grant me any official title).
That's my life on the GMC summed up the best I can in a single paragraph. Who were you?
Edited by Rusty, 12 February 2016 - 09:10 PM.