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[[Image:downloadpage.PNG|thumb|Please enter your PIN# for assistance.]]
 
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The current '''Downloads''' page is an [[ATM]]-themed source for official Homestar Runner things:
 
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*[[Downloadable Icons]] (AIM Buddy Icons and Windows or Mac OS X icons)
 
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*[[Wallpaper]]
 
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*[[Songs]]
 
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*[[Strong Bad Clock]]
 
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*[[Quotes Packs]]
 
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*[[System Sounds]] (for your computer)
 
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'''Page Title:''' $2.00 Service Charge!!
 
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== Fun Facts ==
 
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*The PIN for the ATM is the same one mentioned in [[Strong Bad Email]]: [[credit card]], which is part of Homestar's PIN. The Superfied Credit Union is also from "credit card".
 
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*Clicking on some of the band names takes you to their websites.
 
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*When you press exit it always takes you to [[Main Page 7]]: ''Dead as a doornail''.
 
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[[Image:lemcard.PNG|thumb|right|100px|Secure card it is not]]
 
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*The card belongs to [[Lem Sportsinterviews]], a prolific [[Free Country, USA]] author.
 
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*The back of Lem's card reads:
 
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<pre>This is a magnificent card.
 
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Superfied Credit Union is
 
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THE NAME in magnificence.
 
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Of crads, at least. I mean cards.
 
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PIN#:5675</pre>
 
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*The "NEW!" sign has been there for about a year (since the Homestarmy wallpaper was added, shortly after the e-mail [[army|army]]).
 
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* If you type in the wrong PIN it says "Wrong Pin#!! I bet you stole this card!".
 
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* If you push the card all the way to the side, you can't get it back unless you reload the page.
 
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* "PIN#" is a reference to a common mistake, saying "PIN Number" (the N in PIN stands for Number).
 
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== External Links ==
 
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*Go to the [http://www.homestarrunner.com/homester.html Downloads page]
 
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*[http://www.homestarrunner.com/downloads.swf View the Flash file] for the Downloads page
 
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[[Category:Downloads]]
 

Revision as of 04:22, 12 June 2005

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