Deep within the bowels of PC, buried under years of dust, spam, and the decaying remnants of noobs long banned, laid the fossilized bones of a fallen s-mod. Once one of the most active and well-known members of the staff team, Chairman Kaga seemed likely to ascend the ranks to admin and usurp the top position of the postcount list. Until one day in May 2006, when he suddenly disappeared, never to be seen again.
...until in 2011, when scientists from the PC Research Team discovered the fossilized remnants of this once glorious staff member. After many failed experiments, five years to the day after his fall from grace, Chairman Kaga was revived and immediately began his work anew. He immediately latched onto one "Morkula", who had been his closest friend and companion during the olden times. And thus, a friendship was renewed, and a PC legend lives on.
And enough with the melodramatics, it's a time to celebrate! For today is Alan's 24th birthday! So let's all extend many warm birthday wishes to an incredible friend, a PC icon, and an grand old (very very very very veeeeeerrry ooooooooooolllllllllld) chap.
Alan...all I can say is that it feels good to finally tell you again for the first time in five years, HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRO! I hope you have a great one, and things start looking up for you in your own life soon. You're one of my oldest, best friends around, and I'm so glad that we were brought back together - and even moreso that we picked things up like you'd never been gone. I hope you have an amazing day and year, and you know I love you, man.
So this is my first PC birthday thread in six years. I know I'm just a minor player here now, but it's still nice to be remembered. All of you are awesome, and thanks to those who gave me well wishes both in this thread and via VMs. I'll try to warrant another birthday thread next year by contributing wherever I can, though as Geoff accurately states, I'm a dinosaur so I guess we'll see XD
No jokes, I typed in Kagasaurus into Wikipedia and found this:
Originally Posted by Wikipedia
"Kagasaurus" (meaning "Kaga lizard") is the informal name given to an as yet undescribed genus of dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous. It was a theropod which lived in what is now Japan. The type species was named by Hisa in 1988, but is known from only two teeth. Since "Kagasaurus" has never been formally described, it is considered a nomen nudum.
Cool, huh? And happy belated birthday, but I've already VM'd you all the deets.