Hello there, my name is Wesley Zane Kennedy, and if you're new to me, I love to make YouTube videos, play games and program things. One of my first appearances on the internet I can remember is when I made my first Scratch account on August 23rd of 2011. Then, in December I started to make my first YouTube videos, starting with custom songs and levels for Guitar Hero and Super Mario Flash.

Going back, I used to play on the Nintendo 64 with Super Mario 64 and Pokemon Snap, GameCube with MarioKart: DoubleDash!!, Kirby Air Ride, Super Monkey Ball, Sonic Heroes, Shadow the Hedgehog, Shark Tale, the GameBoy player, Pac-Man World 2, Ed, Edd n Eddy The Mis-Edventures, Sonic Mega Collection, Wii with Sports, Play, Fit, obviously Guitar Hero III (I still have my original Les Paul and Rock Band guitars and mic, don't know what happened to the drums), Guitar Hero: World Tour which I got on a birthday at Charlie Browns, Guitar Hero: Warriors of Rock, Rock Band 1, 2, two song packs, GH: Aerosmith, Tetris Party, Dragon Quest: Swords, DJ Hero, Super Paper Mario, the Bit . Trip series and all 6 of its games, Nintendo DS with New Super Mario Bros., MarioKart DS, Guitar Hero On Tour, Drawn to Life, Drawn to Life Spongebob Edition, Theme Park, Pokemon Pearl, Mario Hoops 3 on 3, Sonic Rush, Club Penguin, Mario & Luigi Partners in Time and Bowser's Inside Story, Nintendogs, Gameboy with Tetris, Super Mario Land 2, Elmo's 123s, Ed, Edd n Eddy Jawbreakers!, Motocross Maniacs: Advance, Klonoa, Battlebots Design and Destroy (only heard menu music), Kirby Nightmare in Dream Land, Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, Jakks Pacific Plug'n'Plays with Pac-Man, Ms Pac-Man, Super Pac-Man, the one with Pac-Man and Pac-Man Plus, Atari 2600, Spongebob Squarepants: the Fry Cook Games, and Fantasic Four (though I never played that one). The first occasions of when I used a computer include when I used to play Math Blaster games (mission two, most importantly), Putt-Putt (Enters the Race mainly), and a bunch of other CD based games made for Windows, and I had a Windows ME.

When I found YouTube, I believe one of my first or actual first video I watched was of how to build Lego Mario, and that's another thing, I used to play with a lot of legos and make stupid stop motion things, and I even used to own a Vista camera with a bunch of old stuff on it including those stop motions I made, and I was so happy when I got help from my parents to make it alongside the video (I remember at one point saying after doing the feet "and let's do the p****," laughing a bit, and they said they would stop helping if I was goofing around like that inappropriately). Most of the videos I watched on YouTube were Mario, Mario hacks, Lego Mario, just Legos, Lego Stop Motion, Guitar Hero videos, Ed, Edd n Eddy videos. I remember seeing wafercrisp's tutorials, InexplicibleRage's video on how to import custom songs into Guitar Hero, bl00dblitz' video on the world's most impossible gh3 song!, and GuitarHeroPhenom. When I started making videos, I wanted to name myself SuperMarioPhenom (YES I WAS THAT CHILDISH!), but instead with Mario, and even used to have a playlist named that. I was so inspired by his tutorials on song sections that I wanted to do one for Mario, which is why you see the How To Pass 1-1 video on my channel. Then I found Portal, which I might've found through the mod Portal Unity, then found Prelude, Factum Solus, and my brother had Portal 2 on the Xbox. Then of course, I found Minecraft, and I used to have a blast and so much fun playing on singleplayer, and I even went on a server with my brother, named DuncsWeb, and that inspired me to create a server, but I never did it, but it sounded so cool that I imagined having a server. I even dreamt once (and probably the best dream in my entire life) of people joining my world and doing all sorts of stuff on a superflat.

My first popular video was a complete rip of the Ed, Edd n Eddy episode "Ed, Ed n Away" which was recorded very terribly (in portrait mode) and striked by Turner rightfully so, and the point of the video was to put my interpretation of the subtitles (as I used to call them when I was a child) or what I heard through annotations.

I had a lot of fun making videos when I got a new desktop with Xsplit in 2014. I remember meeting my best friend I did videos with in the third grade when we used to play on his iPad. Skipping ahead to 2017, as a celebration for ten years of a very difficult Guitar Hero custom song, I complete the song without missing and unfortunately hurt my hand over playing really fast, by strumming in a certain way that's not safe for more than a few seconds.

Still adding on by the way, just not now or will complete later.

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