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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Fifty Facts about Gregory Desrosiers

Hello, everyone; Gregory Desrosiers here! Welcome to another blog post I want to bring up with you.

What I would like to do in this blog is present to you fifty facts about me; it was originally a YouTube set of videos started out by AGEntertainment, where it was soon followed up by Let's Player and Commentator user Chuggaaconroy (Emile Rosales-Birou). I'm going to present to you fifty facts about me, and I'm pretty sure there will be more to come in the future.

Well then, here goes nothing!


  1. I love both Princess Peach and Daisy, especially when Princess Daisy is wearing some notable clothing you've probably seen in Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour and Mario Super Sluggers; I'd only wish I would have played the Olympic Games series produced by Nintendo and SEGA, but I did not because I was feeling so terribly down from the social stigma I was having around me.
  2. I watched Sunrose112's attempt in playing as Princess Peach for a Figure Skating event taken place in the replica of the Pacific Coliseum that was originally built for the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
  3. I own a copy of several DOS games: Duke Nukem 3D, Quake and its two mission packs, Rayman Forever, Screamer, Screamer 2, Carmageddon: Max Pack, Tomb Raider, and even Star Wars: Dark Forces, in which I'd only wish there was more in-game cutscenes and a few taken place during missions, because then the plot and the quality of the game would have been much better.
  4. Back in 2004, I did play the original ATARI demo of Rollercoaster Tycoon 3, which I found it to be extremely awesome, and so me and my parents decided to buy the game originally from Scholastic. However, because I did not had a powerful PC, I ran into performance problems, especially with lag during night-time scenarios, until today where I run things on a brand new HP ENVY laptop with Windows 8.1, and eight CPUs.
  5. In 2009, I was way into SEGA Model 2 arcades, especially WaveRunner and Top Skater.
  6. In August 2013, I spent one Friday afternoon watching The Smurfs 2, where even though there were mostly negative to moderate reviews, I seem to have praised it mostly because it revolved around trying to create something that was fun, yet cute and very fitting to the characters. In addition, I did praised the voiceover of Smurfette after the artist I love from watching "Firework": Katy Perry. It was then on that I only wish I would have gotten a job and had some money to spend on because then I would have a more reliable life and being able to have a blast at arcade game centers, cinemas, and restaurants, along with my friends.
  7. Looking at the history of Montreal, especially Expo 67, sounds really interesting to me. Although computers and the multimedia biz weren't so really known back then, I only wish I can go back in time and experience something like this so that way the feeling of cultural balance, as well as fun, would be there. Of course, I would try to make a multimedia title out of this where I would ask Montreal to give us the original plans and building blueprints to recreate the experience in a digital fashion.
  8. I played Lego Island a lot on my family's computer back in the late 1990s when the computer game and animation industries took over society by storm.
  9. I like Johann Sebastian Bach's Little Fugue in G Minor because in certain YouTube videos, the evil feeling does arise just as perfect as it seems. "Therefore, as keeper of this island, I hereby exercise my Prerogative of Correctional Displacation."
  10. I can definitely memorize quotes for sure. "Oh, good. You're just in time. I believe I've isolated the algorithm for making friends." "Sheldon, there is no algorithm for making friends!"
  11. Some music of Game Freak's Pulseman are so awesome to hear, especially Voltage Algorithm and Stereo Protect. (Composed by Junichi Masuda.)
  12. I have a copy of Riven: The Sequel to Myst (as a GOG.com download).
  13. I have an account on five different social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, and Pinterest. I also have an account on Instagram.
  14. I was not that much into Guitar Hero, even though my dad did buy The Beatles Rock Band in Christmas 2009.
  15. I was born five years before Google was created, September 27, 1993.
  16. I only wish I can play old arcades, especially Mortal Kombat and Mortal Kombat II, even though I'll have to learn from experience first on how to play it and how to master it.
  17. My favorite place for poutines, which is a customary Quebec dish consisting of French fries, cheese curds, and salty gravy, is La Banquise, located on Rachel St. on the island of Montreal, a few blocks away from its Mont Royal subway station.
  18. I was born in the south shore of Longueuil, but I was yet risen to become an English person.
  19. I love drinking Mott's Garden Cocktail because it allows me to get two servings of vegetables and some potassium, vitamins, and lycopene, for every cup of serving.
  20. I've been eating a lot of junk foods, yet I am skinny and weigh just a little over 200 pounds, at about 6'3".
  21. In the summertime, although it won't happen this summer, I want to go out play beach volleyball with my friends, do some outings with them, and eventually feel like I am socially integrated with the people around me.
  22. I only wish I can create a computer game where Princess Daisy is the main character in her shorts overalls and not her usual princess dress in the Mario Party series.
  23. I was well-interested in Nadeo's Trackmania years old, but eventually I decided to give up my interest. However, I do find some things about the series interesting, even to this day, primarily for its custom track design system and the various elements you can put in for whatever track you create.
  24. I used to have a white female dog named Odie, but she died sometime in 2006.
  25. I have been using Facebook since the summer of 2009 because it makes me more connected to people, and I also used it as a cure for social dependency.
  26. If there was my favorite music from Mario Kart 64, it would be Koopa Troopa Beach and Rainbow Road. In fact, back in 2008, whenever I would listen to Koopa Troopa Beach on YouTube, it would made me think I need to travel back in time from where the game was released because of its amazing success for having to sell more than 8 million copies. Also, I would use it if I were to live happily ever after, with so much success, pride, and smartness; I can simply just ease in whenever I go on the beach, and then have a blast with my friends or something. As for Rainbow Road, it's more of my own success and me becoming so accomplished in what I've done and having an audience at the same time.
  27. I defeated MegaMan Juno, in Capcom's MegaMan Legends, using a Shining Laser with Attack Level 4, Energy Level 3, and Range Level 3 (MAX). "Wow, that's really big! I wonder what it is?"
  28. Speaking of which, I find that the looks of MegaMan Volnutt, with his helmet on, seem to be better than the original MegaMan, although it does destroy the original feeling I would get if I were to play the original MegaMan. However, I think it's because the first MegaMan game I've ever played was actually MegaMan 64.
  29. I do like a few past videos of Top Gear with Richard Hammond, Jeremy Clarkson, and James May, especially with the £500 Police Car videos. I saw all three on at least one video where they weren't together. They were on their own: Hammond in a Brainac video of alkali metals, Clarkson in an F-15 where he has gotten sick from the G-forces and hence he had a vomit bag in handy, and May on a Lockheed U2 where he and a United States Air Force Major flown up to 70,000 to look at the edge of space and do some recording on what it's like up there.
  30. I have played numerous N64 games when I was a child; I actually have a Blog post for you people to read and see what I've played before.
  31. I have a lot of video game nostalgia.
  32. My father was a proud fan of The Beatles; he was only 10 years old when they started their debut back in 1963.
  33. I actually do like recreational vehicles and coach buses. I only wish I could ride one coach bus for a long trip. In fact, I would sit right close to the driver next to someone else that I would also take care of the public announcements for the passengers on board.
  34. I follow various channels on YouTube because there are things that I do like.
  35. I was diagnosed with ASD in 1996, and through the efforts of my parents and my family, my diagnosis moved more to the Asperger's side.
  36. I only wish I had more motivation in writing numerous blogs and be more progressive in what I do because then I'll be able to get an audience big enough for donations on my crowdfunding campaign.
  37. I definitely do like a few Arkanoid games. In 2012, I worked on a short book on a concept I would have developed at Champlain College Saint-Lambert, only to find out that I was disadvantaged completely on the fact that if I was to sell the game, the royalties would actually go to the college and not partially to me and the development team.
  38. I definitely love eating nachos, tacos, and fajitas. I also love having homemade pizzas, even though the difficult part is the crust made out of bread.
  39. Last summer, I watched one of the videos where Veronica Taylor was at Anime Boston 2009, where once she played the voice of Ash Ketchum, in which it was so incredibly done and so nostalgic like that I'll never forget me watching Pokémon back in 1999.
  40. I've watched several different animations and kids shows in my childhood days, especially in Grade 6: Pinky and the Brain, Animaniacs, Video & Arcade Top 10, Uh-Oh with Wink Yahoo (it's actually Scott Yaphe), Yu-Gi-Oh!, Beyblade, Metabots, Digimon, Scooby-Doo: Where Are You, Arthur, Hey Arnold!, Spongebob Squarepants, The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, The Powerpuff Girls, Sailor Moon, ReBoot, Rocket Power, Rupert, Rugrats, and Cyberchase.
  41. I have been living in Boucherville with my parents ever since I was born, yet somehow I wasn't really open-minded to communicating with the people around me in my neighborhood and such; I wasn't completely aware on what the real world is about.
  42. There were certain games that I would have had when I was a kid at the time we had the original Sony PlayStation. It was only up until now that there are so many games out there that were successes.
  43. At one point, I went through catalogues of Playmobil sets and LEGO sets where there were so many wishes I wanted, yet my parents didn't had the money to make up for it. There were a few exceptions to it, but that would mean that to get all the sets I wanted, we would have to spend so much on expenses to get them.
  44. When I was a kid, I watched some French translated videos of Gerry Anderson's Thunderbirds, including Security Hazard, Pit of Peril, and Terror in New York City.
  45. I was fascinated that Microsoft Corporation succeeded in developing a Flight Simulator series, including the first copy of its critically-acclaimed Flight Simulator 2002. Not that I actually want to fly a real plane and become a pilot, but I found it fascinating to do some digitized simulations at the comfort of my own home. I bet it costed tens of millions of dollars to build it, though, because having to grab all geographical data is extremely tedious that there would be so many people involved in doing so.
  46. The first time I've seen Microsoft Train Simulator was in a German train-based magazine my dad subscribed and had it mailed to me.
  47. The first ever YouTube videos I've watched were special in-game recordings of Namco's Rave Racer directly from an original Japanese PCB.
  48. Another music I absolutely love is the Daisy Cruiser theme from Mario Super Sluggers; in fact, I watched a Flipnote Studio animation two years back from where I wanted to do something with money.
  49. I only wish I can go to the United States for more than just having to go inside arcade parlors and spend money on both new and old games, including games from my past.
  50. I am not so sure what my favorite fruit is, but as much as I like bananas, I can't eat them because they give me problems with stomach gas. (It seems to me that I need to start eating more healthy meals, including salads and some yummy vegetables, especially romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, and carrots.
Well, that does it for this blog. It has taken so much time for me to write down that I had trouble concentrating, and hence it took longer than it should have to write this down. I definitely need to learn on how to keep my motivation to writing blogs up, because I definitely need to get a lot of views.

Would you please be so kind as to help me see what I can do to promote my blogs and get a bigger audience? What about asking me what kind of blogs you want me to talk about? Please let me know!

Anyway, have a good night!


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