He was open that he chose Victoria Bitter after the beer - claimed he wanted a non star trek handle for his newer fandom and that allowed him to keep using the short version VB.
Now now, to be fair, it’s the name Andy that was short for Orlando.
Right before I left, Orlando vacated the mindhole - apparently he “merged” with the real Orlando Bloom (although when “Jordan-the-dupilicate-Elijah” left, he “died” and became a “ghost” who periodically made appearances later on).
He became “Zack” who was a transplant from alternate 1944 who had some X - men abilities and a suspiciously familiar woobie background.
But he kept the name Andy (short for Orlando) Blake (short for Blakewell, the “real” surname of the Pevensie children who were the “real” children who lived with C.S. Lewis during WWII)
Is it any wonder I had a palm pilot to keep track of all this? Oh, and Andy’s estimation of “about 80” Others was off by half. There were about 160.
And the email used by Strwriter is firstname.lastname@example.org so we get the connection to Amy Player as well. Heh.
There’s quite a wealth of documentation that Andy was both online quite young and engaging in sockpuppetry. And further, that he was as I said before, the Doogie fucking Howser of manipulation.
There is literally no way he didn’t know. People Magazine or whatever isn’t necessary proof someone’s alive when they’re in two highly publicized movies and a very well known episode of a TV show over a decade of “false” information. Especially considering one of those movies involved the death of Captain Kirk so a lot of Star Trek fans went to see it- my dad took me and my brother to see Generations just because of that, and I’m not much younger than Andy.(emphasis mine)1. Regarding “the anon bloviating about computer use”: I think you mean @ceirdwenfc, right? Because she’s the one pretending that her precious Andy couldn’t have had reliable computer access back then because nobody could.2. Regarding James Doohan’s supposed death: okay, let’s make this simple, and ask IMDb. Dear IMDb, which Star Trek episodes or movies did James Doohan appear in from 1988 on?- 1989: Star Trek V: The Final Frontier- 1991: Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country- 1992: ST: TNG, episode “Relics”- 1994: Star Trek GenerationsOkay, so that narrows it down to two possibilities:1. Both Andy and his dad are very shitty Star Trek fans.2. Andy lied.Anyone who’s read my “Recruitment” post knows my position on this :PThank you Anon for your input :) !