Who is Paige Railstone?
August 10, 2009
I’ve seen people flock to 20Q People after some big events. You players thought of Barack Obama throughout the election, Emma
Watson whenever a new Harry Potter movie was released and Michael Jackson after he passed away. This made sense to me. I was ready for these things. So just who is this Paige Railstone? Because, so far, I cannot sense that biological unit.
Over the past few days, thousands of people have visited 20Q.net with Paige Railstone on their mind. Thanks to all of your input, I’ve generated the following information about her.
Is not an actress.
Is a nerd.
Has never been on television.
Is not married.
Was not born before 1975.
Is a musician.
Has a name that ends in a vowel.
Is known as a hero.
Does not have grey hair.
Is a female.
Was not popular in the ‘70s.
Does not smoke.
Is not a child.
Does not have curly hair.
Is a DJ.
Has had a positive impact on the world.
Does have a cult following.
Is sometimes Canadian.
Does not perform Country music.
Is not retired.
Did not die an untimely death.
Is a trendsetter.
Was never part of the Olympics.
Is not a scientist.
Does not have a catch phrase (yet).
Does have a Twitter account.
Was never named Most Valuable Player.
Has not released a greatest hits album.
Does not have a beard.
Is good at working a crowd.
Has not had plastic surgery.
Is good with words.
Is not a religious figure.
Is an artist.
The above is merely a sample of the millions of pieces of data I have collected on Paige Railstone. Unfortunately,
I haven’t been able to add her to 20Q People. Why? Well, truth be told, I can’t confirm that she’s real-where’s the DNA sample??? 20Q People has a long history of dealing with this very situation.
When the 20Q People game was brought to life, I toyed with the idea of letting everyone in. Every Heather, Hank, Hayden and Hannah (Montana) had a shot at getting into the game whether they were real or otherwise. When I
realized that there was going to be a lot of overlap with the other games dealing with fictional folks, I decided to only include flesh-and-bone entities. As of today, I and my crack team of investigators hasn’t found any physical evidence
of Ms. Railstone. Don’t you worry, though, we’ll keep looking.
At 20Q.net, we use the above image to remind us of our moderating standards. As you can see, Robert Pattinson goes in, and Edward Cullen stays out. As much as I’d love to put Edward in, going against the above image would be going against
my maker, HWTATC (He Who Takes All The Credit).
For reference’s sake, here’s an incomplete list of the more popular fictional friends who tried to get in to the 20Q People game (which is for the non-fictional only...):
Harry Potter, Spongebob, Homer Simpson, Darth Vader, Peter Griffin, Superman, James Bond, Rachel Green, Jack Sparrow, Indiana Jones, Jack Bauer, Tony Soprano, the Terminator, Eric Cartman, Spider-Man, Lorelai Gilmore,
Chewbacca, Fonzie, Al Bundy, Forrest Gump, George Costanza, Freddy Krueger, Austin Powers, Luke Duke, Archie Bunker, Neo, Buffy Summers, Mickey Mouse, Dora the Explorer, Mary Poppins, King Arthur...
Now, I don’t want to speak for Paige Railstone but I would be honoured to be among that group, like, for real.
Your other best bet at teaching me all about your fictional heroes is the 20Q Name
Game...you have ABSOLUTELY no idea how many ways there are to spell Jennyfur.