It's not dead! Ha, you thought it was that easy to kill me? Six months without a peep from this story, okay, some people might consider that enough, but not me! My waffling and lame excuses over, it's Party Time.
Hmm... I don't really know why it wouldn't work on your page. I don't have any problem on it when I tried it on my own sandbox page, so I got nothing. Sorry. Also, your question about Ushuaia was more of an inside joke, as it's the southern-most city in the world. It has the topography of the world of the show, but I jsut thought the name of the city in the SWT, Harbor City, was... lame. So I changed it. My fanon, my rules.
Check my profile I added that text line there and tell me if you see it as an image because I don't. Maybe I'm missing something? I tried it with other 'badges' and it doesn't work, just in replies on posts. About the city it was more a statement than question. I liked how it takes place in a city that I visited :D
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