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"I knew this was the only meet-up he was doing on the East Coast," Shane says. His You Tube channel's 40 million subscribers — slightly larger than the population of Canada — assemble to watch his over-the-top reactions to onscreen characters pummeling zombies, botching surgeries, ensnaring dinosaurs or just running around distant worlds in search of a booty to smack."I had no idea how many people were going to come.", a collection of illustrated parodies of inspirational quotes — "Don't be yourself. Everyone loves pizza" — that debuted at number one on the New York Times Young Adult paperback bestseller list. In September, his channel became the first ever to surpass 10 billion views.

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A fifty-five foot observation tower with an original 1930s Airways rotating beacon was procured, as well as a 1941 Chevy fuel truck and a 1947 Chevy fire truck.

In early 2002 a 100'x2600' sod runway was planted, power lines were dropped, and construction began in earnest.

He created a separate website, New Ground Atomix, for this purpose.

In early 1998, Fulp began experimenting with Macromedia Flash.

As we began planning, it was important to us that our new facilities reflect the era of the Golden Age of Aviation.

The 22,000 square foot hangar was designed to be a round top building as was popular in the days leading up to WWII.

New Ground Remix had a small amount of content, but did not gain a significant audience until summer of 1996, when Tom created the games "Club a Seal" and "Assassin," which brought viewers to New Ground based on their notoriety.

In 1997, Fulp created the games "Club a Seal II" and "Assassin II," and decided that he wanted a new place to host these games.

In the beginning REL was housed first in one, then in another industrial building in Oklahoma City.

In 1988 the operation was moved to a Quonset building on fifteen acres in the middle of wheat country on the edge of the ghost town of Navina Oklahoma, a few miles outside of Guthrie.

Tom Fulp remains the site's owner and still regularly produces in-house content.

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