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User Generekt

Member for: 10 years (since Oct 14, 2012)
Type: Expert
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Gender: Male
Country: US
Favorite Pokémon: Guess
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About me: Discovered this site in middle school and about to finish my final year of college. Can’t say that time flies fast but it sure has passed.

Activity by Generekt

Score: 7,308 points (ranked #69)
Questions: 151 (137 with best answer chosen)
Answers: 404 (150 chosen as best)
Comments: 809
Voted on: 35 questions, 212 answers
Gave out: 224 up votes, 23 down votes
Received: 467 up votes, 39 down votes

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Alright, cool!
May 31 by xPsydxck
Hey, would you mind selecting the most updated answer as the BA here?

And if you don't mind, are you willing to give staff the permission to select BAs on your other questions (where the answer deserves one)?
May 21 by xPsydxck
oh ok
Nov 28, 2021 by neo magius
Damn bro I didn't know you logged in recently. I know you didn't know me well but seeing your username is still a throwback. How have you been?
Nov 27, 2021 by PX
Yeah it's really good, would highly recommend
Nov 27, 2021 by McRibFarewellTour
I'd suggest starting with 'Salem's Lot. At a little over 400 pages it isn't a huge investment unlike say "It" or "The Stand". It's a fast paced read, there are no parts where it feels like the book drags. And it's just straight up great horror. It's in my top 10 King easily.

If you end up liking it, then would probably be a good time to move on to It, which is his best book. The only reason I don't suggest It to start is that it's over 1000 pages.

I'll probably do a Stephen King tierlist sometime, and I'll post that to my Wall.
Nov 10, 2021 by trachy
You too man -- good luck with everything once you get out of school.
Nov 7, 2021 by Fizz
Saw your post on trachy's wall, The Eyes of the Dragon is a great one to start with, another one is 11/22/63, about the assassination of JFK. Both are fantastic.
Nov 5, 2021 by McRibFarewellTour
Nov 4, 2021 by Chaos481
youve been active for 9 years and your still active?
thats great
Nov 4, 2021 by neo magius