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Journey to the Mind of Ryan Bond (Wariobetheman)

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Aim Screename: Wariobetheman





Jet Force Gemini, Final Fantasy VII, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Resident Evil 4, Super Smash Bros. Melee



Dumb & Dumber, Yellow Submarine, Austin Powers Trilogy, Donnie Darko, Family Guy Present: Stewie Griffin – The Untold Story, Final Destination Trilogy



The Beatles, System of a Down, Incubus, Green Day, Coldplay



Family Guy, South Park, Futurama, Rescue Me, That 70’s Show, The Simpsons, Full Metal Alchemist



When will Jesus Bring the Porkchops?, Me Write Book: It Bigfoot Memoir, Stephen King’s “It”




How I came to be where I am


About two years ago, while browsing some forums online, I came upon what seemed to be some sort of group in a thread titled the VGM (Video Game Military).  It was full of a rag tag group of gamers who got together and just talked about videogames.  What could be better than that?


Throughout my time being there, I became acquainted with the semi-strange, egotistical so called leader of the group, GoinCommando.  After the rather lackluster performance of the group’s attempt at a videogame reviewing website, GoinCommando and I decided to take matters into our own hands.  Thus was born, The R-Force.


It took off with a huge success and I was finally feeling one of the first feelings of accomplishment and achievement that I’ve had in my life.  But as time moved on, the site became to wither with loyal fans decreasing by the day.  Plus, I began to grow lazy and unmotivated thanks to my actual first job (which will remain anonymous to save me some embarrassment) that I obtained just a few months prior.


So as fate would have it, The R-Force was more or less dead, and I was back to what I had began with, nothing.


Nearly a year later, after hearing of GoinCommando’s failed attempts at reviewing stardom, we’ve decided to take another stab at a reviewing site while taking a different approach to try and prohibit any signs of failure.


So here I am, Co-founder of The Assembly Line, and that’s all she wrote.