Taylor writes "I know you report on gaming news and usually don't stray from that very often … but, I was wondering if it would be a lot to ask to put a birthday post up? Kinda like a radio shout out. I know it sounds really random, but my friend introduced me to Dtoid as well as a lot of my other friends. I cant imagine the look he would have on his face if he came home from his birthday dinner and saw that he had a message on his favorite gaming news website."
Now really, what kind of cold blooded bastard would say no to a request like that? I don't know how many damn letters I wrote to Nintendo Power back in the day and they never even published a single one. So for that, I redeem thee! Of course, you know you've now ruined it for everyone as I'm only gonna do this once, so people might want to kill you in school. Destructoid recommends sneaking in a sling shot for protection, but I'm not sure where I learned that kind of behavior. Happy Birthday, bastard! Get all the hot girls you know to post you a comment on our MySpace and we'll call it even.
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