Talk:Homestar Runner Without His Speech Impediment

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[edit] Notability

The question isn't number of appearances, so don't bother arguing that one. I'm just not sure this is notable. Okay, so sometimes his accent slips and he gets a proper "R" out, but it's usually subtle (I don't hear it in anything) and not really worth mentioning IMHO. I say delete it, but let's see what you guyses say. --Jay (Talk) 08:31, 1 June 2012 (UTC)

I disagree. At first I thought "ugh another useless page" especially since this was created directly after the deletion of the page about the impediment itself, but when I thought about it, that page was akin to some page called "the sky being blue". Homestar's impediment not showing itself is a noteworthy occurrence, and many of the articles on toons where it happens already reflect that. This is more similar to a page about "times when the sky isn't blue". I see no reason why we shouldn't keep a page which has all those occurrences in one place. And it's quite clearly audible in anything IMO. — Defender1031*Talk 09:23, 1 June 2012 (UTC)
Your counterexample might be better if the sky wasn't black about half the time, or if I didn't live somewhere where the sky tended to be gray a lot... and by the "first time Homestar says Strong Bad", I at best hear "Stong Bad" in anything. --Jay (Talk) 15:40, 1 June 2012 (UTC)
This page should be kept. Again I think this page is the Homestar equivalent of "Strong Bad Wearing a Shirt". And also I think six examples is enough appearances. Some pages even have only one appearance. Tenerence Love  16:52, 1 June 2012 (UTC)
My internal speakers redirected to my turtle beach headphones (for justin tv recording) has a ton of treble and echo for some reason. So I took the liberty of hearing what HR said in anything. I honestly heard strong bad. However, the str ending is very short, so it could've been mistaken for stong bad, especially if you use speakers, surround or anything that doesn't hug around your ears. I also think this article should be kept. ColdReactive 13:44, 3 June 2012 (UTC)
I like how people are assuming I'm not using headphones for this and other issues... >_> --Jay (Talk) 03:29, 4 June 2012 (UTC)
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