Hobos

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*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — [[Strong Bad]] remarks that the [[King of Town]]'s [[Snacky 186]] was made for "a mix of three-year-olds and train car hobos".
*[[Strong Badia the Free]] — [[Strong Bad]] remarks that the [[King of Town]]'s [[Snacky 186]] was made for "a mix of three-year-olds and train car hobos".
*[[Most in the Graveyard]] — As Strong Bad and his posse search for a corpse to exhume and reanimate, they come across several tombstones with the inscriptions of bizarre-sounding names on them, to Strong Bad's frustration. He asks, "Is there some secret period in history when hobos ruled the Earth that I'm unaware of?" The tombstone marked "Plutis" also has an image of a hobo's bindle engraved on it.
*[[Most in the Graveyard]] — As Strong Bad and his posse search for a corpse to exhume and reanimate, they come across several tombstones with the inscriptions of bizarre-sounding names on them, to Strong Bad's frustration. He asks, "Is there some secret period in history when hobos ruled the Earth that I'm unaware of?" The tombstone marked "Plutis" also has an image of a hobo's bindle engraved on it.
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Current revision as of 23:57, 30 November 2018

No hobos!!!

Although they never appear in person, there have been references to hobos; wandering vagrants who frequently settle down on trains. on the Homestar Runner website.

[edit] Appearances

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