Talk:Sbemail 136 Alternate Versions

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Source of these versions

The transcripts of these alternate versions are taken verbatim from a couple of Word rich-text format files that the Chaps emailed to us admins over the weekend. Aside from the noted formatting tweaks, they have not been (and should not be) changed in any way. Fun facts, categories, templates, etc. are all fair game though. — It's dot com 05:43, 31 May 2010 (UTC)

  1. Man, you are lucky that the Chaps seem to know you. I've emailed them numerous times and they haven't replied.
  2. Any news on any other future updates?
  3. Unless the Chaps actually post these files somewhere, should this article actually be here? RickTommy (edits) 06:31, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
  1. Yes.
  2. No.
  3. Yes. — It's dot com 15:51, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
Could you give us any proof that this is real? And should it be on the wiki at all if it's not on YouTube, H*, ect.? --Sbemail Checker Dan
I agree. I realize it was made by an Admin, but still a scan or something would be nice. Stev0 18:52, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
I agree as well. At the very least, it should not be listed on the main page under the section for updates to the official H*R site, as it is definitely not. 19:34, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
Neither was the They Might Be Giants and Homestar Runner, Variety Playhouse. It's just a way of saying "Hey! It's us, TBC! We're not dead, and we haven't given up on Homestar!" And besides, while I don't know their true intentions, I'm sure that they must've been thinking "Why don't we send dot com some rough drafts of these toons? He could make a wiki page about it and everybody would think it's cool!" StrongAwesome 19:51, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
Dan, Stev0, anonny: If people are going to know about it, then it has to go on the main page. The Chaps sent it to us so that we could release it as a fun, behind-the-scenes tidbit for dedicated fans. It might not be on the official site, but in my mind it carries the weight of an official update. As for proof of its authenticity, I think you're gonna just have to take our word for it. I could print out the RTF files, scan them, and upload them, but I don't really see what that would prove. After all the years I've been contributing to this wiki, either you trust that I wouldn't make something like this up or you don't. Besides, have you read it? It's pretty obvious it's legit. — It's dot com 19:53, 31 May 2010 (UTC)
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