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Posted by FattyWhale - February 9th, 2011

Hi. My name is Fattywhale.

I used to be milinko959.




Posted by FattyWhale - February 24th, 2010

I needed a shorter post here

Discuss things.

Posted by FattyWhale - December 31st, 2009

This list was much harder to make then I expected it to be. 2009 proved to be a great year for trance music with lots of new tracks by old legends and some up and coming DJ's as well. It's really hard to rank these tracks from ten to one. I could spend forever rearranging these it seems. I've linked to Youtube videos of these tracks and embedded a few as well.

To start off the list, here are a few tracks that didn't quite make it into my top 10:

Dash Berlin - Man on the Run
Roger Shah & Signum - Healesvill Sanctuary (Roger Shah Mix)
Kaskade & Deadmau5 - I Remember (Vocal Mix)
Rank 1 - Symfo
Rank 1 - L.E.D. There Be Light (this one was tough to cut)
Oceanlab - Lonely Girl (Gareth Emery Mix)

Top 10 Trance Tunes of 2009
10. Oceanlab - On a Good Day (A&B Club Mix)
9. Deadmau5 - Strobe
8. Arnej - Dust in the Wind (Intro Mix)
7. Laidback Luke & Lee Mortimer - Blau (Original Mix)
6. Nadia Ali - Love Story (Andy Moor's Remix)
5. Gaia - Tuvan
4. Paul van Dyk feat. Johnny McDad - Home (Cosmic Gate Remix)
3. John O'Callaghan - Find Yourself

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2. Gareth Emery - Metropolis

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1. Andy Moor & Ashley Wallbridge feat. Meighan Nealon - Faces

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Posted by FattyWhale - November 2nd, 2009

Hi, so I'm just making this post to show off my awesome Halloween costume.


Posted by FattyWhale - August 31st, 2009

So I came back here this summer and got active again in reviewing and such. It was a good summer as far as stats on Newgrounds goes, even though I got off to a slow start. But expect me to be slowing down in just about every stat now that I moved back into school.

Regardless, my apartment is awesome, and I'm living with three of my friends. Here's a crappy picture of our living room/video game stereo setup!

Back at school

Posted by FattyWhale - August 23rd, 2009

Well, I'm slow to figure this out I suppose, but it's coming at the end of September!


Deathalbum II

Posted by FattyWhale - August 17th, 2009

So it's 11:59 PM on 8/16/2009 as I write this, so about 48 hours after the start of Clock Day '09. Let's take a look back at what happened this year.

Watching the Portal since 11:30 PM the night before, you would have never guessed it was Clock Day. There were none of the usual submissions late on the 14th to get in those extra two movies before the real festivities went on. In fact, almost no Clock related submissions were added late on the 14th

Fro Bagged the first submission of the day at 12:00 AM, with his movie Frodozers Vs. Clock Day. And the movies started flowing in at that point. And the Portal was being watched heavily by users. A submission stayed under judgment for around 10 minutes only!

Not long after midnight, StrawberryClock revealed to us the game he announced earlier in a news post titled "B: The Video Game". And he delivered!. Unfortunately, no daily award for the game, and currently it boasts and unimpressive score of 3.86. Nonetheless, it was nice to see our King participate.

As the night moved into the wee hours, things began to slow down, and threads surfaced on the BBS claiming that Clock Day submissions were getting blammed! But not to worry, all deleted submissions were either deleted by the author or by Wade. Speaking of Wade, he was hard at work deleting abusive and malicious content throughout the day. Thanks Wade!

Later, I had found one of my favorite, and in my opinion, most overrated clocks, ClamClock had submitted his movie "clam fights terrorists".

Throughout the day, there were highs and lows in terms of submissions, but unlike previous years there never seemed to be really a backup of under judgment submissions. Rather, just a modest trickle throughout the day.

I decided to submit my movie around midday. Stephen King's CLOCK is a clock version of IT by Stephen King. It's just the scene where Georgie dies. It didn't come out exactly as I had planned, seeing how I have absolutely no patience with Flash (especially CS4). Nonetheless, I'm happy with this submission.

By the end of Clock Day though, the largest influx of submissions could be seen. Ones wishing everyone a Happy Clock Day of course! In the end, many hundreds of submissions, some spam, some beautiful works of art.

As always, if you would like to request reviews of your Clock Day movies, please reply to this or send me a PM.

Here's to eight years!

Posted by FattyWhale - June 20th, 2009

Wow, this is about the best thing ever.

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Posted by FattyWhale - August 15th, 2008

long live b and the cc

Posted by FattyWhale - December 31st, 2007

I got this idea from Cyberdevil's blog, so here are my goals for NG and other aspects of my life for the year 2008.

Newgrounds Achievements
7500 Reviews and Posts
Do well in my first year of college (Fall 2008) and still be active
Keep the RRC going strong
Review every single Hitler movie by A_S

Outside of NG
Bench press 225 lbs!
Be able to do 25 full pull-ups
Join a team and compete in a Team Fortress 2 tournament
Buy a quad core processor and a GeForce 9 series graphics card

That's all I can think of right now. Shouldn't be too hard to do all of that stuff, except maybe the pull ups. I can get about 10 right now, so a lot to go!