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Heatdude Da Waffle
Ex Really really not HeIper, Male, 17, from behind you
Whenever I randomly get on the forums I get on TS too and I'm like "where is everybody" then "Oh wait it's like midnight" Mar 27, 2017 at 5:51 AM
- Heatdude Da Waffle was last seen:
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- Dec 21, 1999 (Age: 17)
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- Waiting for J&H to make non-pvp based games
Hey, I'm Jasper. Mod+, builder,
sarcastic piece of shit. If you have any questions
feel free to ask. Have a great day.
Helper - June 19 2014
Mod - August 13 2015
Mod+ - October 29 2015
Default - November 30 2016
Just so this is clear: I was DEMOTED FOR INACTIVITY. I was absolutely inactive and this was no surprise. I am completely at peace with this.
Accepted Map Count: 6
Yo, go show some love on my open map submissions <3
 10 Maps Submitted
[✓] Post with 50+ likes
 Make Swap Day 7.0
[✓] Get into ILMEA again
 Build something new on my C1 plot
[~] Stop being inactive AF
 Learn Java
 Get at least a 32 on the ACT
[✓] Get an average of 90%+ on PSAT scores
I actually got a 1310 out of 1520 which is about top 6% or something so whoop guess that's good for not studying
 Do another musical
[~] Keep playing piano
I was staff for 2 years, 5 months, and 11 days. That can also be said as 895 days. I was Mod+ for 1 year, 1 month, and 1 day. That can also be said as 398 days. As of November 30th I have been alive for 16 years, 11 months, and 9 days. That can also be said as 6,189 days. 14.4% of my life has been spent as a staff member of the ItsJerryandHarry minecraft server. In that time I have met people from across the globe, made friends across every conceivable ocean, and most importantly these people and the experiences I've had here have changed me as a person more than I thought a video game ever could.
In my time as a staff member I've gone through a lot of doubt. I saw a staff member go from helper to blacklisted to helper again to mod to mod+ before I got mod. I got suspended and saw two helpers that were hired the day after my suspension get mod just weeks after my suspension ended. I saw people go from helper all the way to admin faster than I went from helper to mod. I saw people go to helper and then get mod so many times as a helper and I doubted myself so, so many times. You know where I ended up? I ended up as Mod+. At the time that I got Mod+ I'd gone from Mod to Mod+ faster than anybody else before me. I also was Mod+ for over a year, far more than anybody else. Hard work pays off.
The people I've met through this server have proved to be some of the kindest, most thoughtful, and most intelligent people I've ever met. On the other hand, some, including other staff members, were some of the most stubborn, hard to deal with people I've ever met. I'm thankful for both. With the experiences of the kind ones I learned to be a better person, and with the experiences of the more difficult ones I learned to put up with such struggles and it's helped me greatly with my first and current job. I learned that when hard work does pay off you still have to work to prove yourself. I learned that working harder doesn't always mean you'll get more than somebody who works less, and I learned that sometimes you have to do things you don't like so you can fix bigger issues down the road. Compromising is important, and there isn't always a right decision for every situation.
There isn't always a "right" solution. That's the harsh reality of the world, but it's one this server taught me over and over, and one that has and will continue to help me in life.
This server changed my life and I think I've changed the server in many ways, too. I've been seen as a role model by some and I've seen many others as role models myself. I've mentored and nurtured staff members, many of which have now surpassed myself both in rank and ability. I've had staff members help me and keep me going and friends outside of the staff team who helped me too. When I needed it the most, both my friends and staff who I hardly talked to were there for me, and that alone brought me to tears. It meant and still does mean the world to me. The people of this server are the most incredible people I've ever met.
I was staff for two and a half years. I came in as an immature child and left as a matured and changed young adult. Nothing in my life has changed me as much as this server. To all staff and aspiring staff, learn from my success and learn from my mistakes. Learn from each other and help each other learn. That's what I always tried to do, so let's hope that's the legacy I leave behind.