Hairball (IRL: Harry Li) is the webmaster, owner, IT administrator and editor-in-chief of Super Mario 128 Central. He created SM128C during middle school as a project to express his Nintendo fandom, and over time used it to improve writing and coding skills.
He mysteriously disappeared from the internet scene in the early 2000s, but has resurfaced in 2018. He is reportedly one of 50 owners of the Wii U console, but has recently hopped aboard the Nintendo Switch hype train, and has proudly collected every single Power Moon and region coin in Super Mario Odyssey. In his spare time, he is a code monkey for an IT conglomerate.
He is a lifelong Toronto Blue Jays fan that sometimes wears his Nintendo t-shirts to baseball games at Rogers Centre. He has attended some of the greatest games in Blue Jays history including the 2015 AL Division Series Game 5 aka "the bat flip game" and the 2016 AL Wild Card game.
Consoles Owned: N64, GameCube, Wii, Wii U, Nintendo Switch, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, SNES Classic
Favourite Games: Super Mario World, Super Mario 64, Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Odyssey, Super Mario 3D Land, Mario Kart 8, Yoshi's Woolly World
TW is not returning SM128C's phone calls. He's been busy negotiating Brexit for the UK government.
Namek was once an awesome graphics designer, but is too cool for us now.
Tiger is an elite programmer that masters her craft inside Area 51. Oops...
SolarGamer has gotten really ripped, and is believed to have resumed writing the Super Mario Saga after a 15 year break.
Peachy is employed at an educational institution teaching kids elite Mario platforming skills.
BeckerManEX is working on his 15th website that is still under construction.
NeXtreme/X-Bot/Blitzkrieg is still on covert ops working on Odnetnin. Oh wait...
BigHornSheep is currently developing the successor to the internet.
Homer is no longer on speaking terms with Hairball.
SkimGuy is an odd ball that enjoys watching speed runs of games he has never even played and provides introverted insights.
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If we become as rich as Mario gets in New Super Mario Bros. 2, maybe we'll compensate you. Maybe...