The attacks got me thinking about what "community" means to me, which of course turned to TL.net. Throughout my life I've been a part of multiple organizations and communities, but Team Liquid is the single most consistent one of them all, both on the internet and in person. While we may like to argue and bicker amongst ourselves, when the time comes, we are all brothers and sisters. Never before in my 19 years of life have I been able to go up to a complete stranger, and say "hey, I'm from Team Liquid!" and instantly have their friendship, trust, and hospitality. It truly is a remarkable thing, and it speaks a lot about the bonds that can be forged over virtual communication. I'm proud to be a member of Team Liquid, and I'm also proud that I can give back to the community in the form of writing for TLPro after it's given me so much to me.
I would write a list of shout outs to all of the people who have personally helped me out at TL.net, but it would be around 3,000 names, and you all know that I love you and treasure your help regardless.
Thanks for everything Team Liquid,
Here's to another thousand posts,