In the beginning there was Nalyd. And on the First Day, he created Nalyd's Skyscraper Page.
On the Second Day, He created Finn and Brizzy Chris. Later that day 'Tony P' joined up, as did a few others like KayOz, Spazpecker the Dunce (that was his name, not general commentary
), Anton, and others around from around Australia.
On the Third Day, Nalyd decided to reverse the letters of his name and rename his creation 'Dylans SkyscraperPage'.
On the 4th day there was a flood. Not a literal flood, with water n' shit, but a flood of people. They came from all locations, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Denver (there was nothing else to do in Denver, I suppose). And other places of course. This flood washed up some of the forums most known forumers, like Culwulla. This flood also caused many problems with Dylan's creation. His creation would cease to exist for, at first, hours on end, then days, then weeks. And the people weren't happy.
This continued until the Dawn of the 5th Day, when from Mount Wheredafuckdidhecomefrom, came the Messiah, the messiah we call Jan. The Messiah we call Jan (as in "'Jan'itor") when it really sounds like 'Hahn', like the beer, but with with a "J" at the front that sounds like a "Y". "Yahn". Jan, still on the 5th day, created Ozcrapers, a regional forum in a much larger forum called Hoogbouw.nl, or howeverdafuckyouspellit. KayOz would not convert his beliefs in line with the New Testament and remained true and honourable disciple of Dylans. KayOz cut a solitarly figure in the old world and had hundreds of fascinating conversations with himself (well, they were!), whilst every single other person in Australia flocked to OzScrapers on the old Hoogbouw.nl site or howeverdafuckyouspellit.
On the 6th Day Jan (remember; "Yahn"), changed from the Hoogbouw.nl or howeverdafuckyouspellit domain, to the Skyscrapercity domain, and it filled to the brim with ever more people than before.
Early in the 7th day, The Messiah (Jan...."Yahn") said Eureka was taller than Q1 and that was that and took the rest of the day off.