Mangachu has come so far as a player and professional I really look up to him. I remember the first time I played a TF2 match with him, he was 14, playing on a bootcamped macintosh as tf2 wasn't out on osx yet. He was insanely talented, if not a little immature ("we're not low-mid were mid!" he'd protest while i looked for scrims). Ever since then I haven't seen a day where he hasn't put in the insane degree of hard work to get to be one of the best. Thanks for making me feel old Liam. Good luck out there! Make everyone from TF2 and Canada proud!