Did I ever tell you that I like to act and be funny? Well, hahaha lately I have been rehearsing a play with my mother where I play an angry, psychotic, foul-mouthed woman. She ended up getting the role because of me. I actually help her with acting auditions and she ends up getting them.
Those old selfies that I used to take were all acting and I was actually fake crying one of them. What I did to make myself cry on purpose is I played Mufusa's Death from The Lion King. And I tried to take the picture at the right moment where a tear is visible. And there was another selfie where I acted like I was scared which was an old prose about things that used to scare me. You know? Maybe I should be a part-time actor when I work for Sega?
Oh and you know ClassicSammySonicFan and boogie2988 is all fake right? The latter is an actor who is a satirical comedian. ClassicSammySonicFan was deliberately acting all crazy just for views.
Maybe? What do you mean maybe? You sound like you're passionate about it. I can say for sure that I am not a good actor, so, not everyone can do it. Go for it, m8.
You mean the kid who says "frick" alot? Lots of screaming over people who don't like Sonic, right? He can't be serious. But considering how crazy the furry fandom is, people would believe he is. That's some serious screaming though. And to get so much attention for it? I say kid's got a future.
Wikia recently announced the addition of two new user rights groups. The user rights groups are called "Discussions Moderators" and "Content Moderators" respectively. "Discussions Moderators" are community-oriented moderators with administrator rights on forums, message walls, blogs, chat, etc. "Content Moderators" are content-oriented moderators with administrator rights on article and file pages.
I opened a site discussion thread regarding these user rights, and as an administrator, I invite you to join in on the discussion. These new user rights could benefit the Sonic News Network in a major way, however, we need to make sure that we handle the new rights properly. One option that may interest you that I mentioned is that we may want to consider allowing current administrators to "downgrade" to one or both of the new user rights temporarily.
FYI, no user who voted on my nomination qualifies as "inactive". At the very least all of them are regular chat-goers and many of them come on every day. Also based upon their most recent edits they've all made edits in the past month. Definitely not inactive.