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== Homestar Runner Wiki Acknowledgments ==
== Homestar Runner Wiki Acknowledgments ==
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*[[@StrongBadActual]] &mdash; Strong Bad [[@StrongBadActual Tweets 2019#1112323469369315328|Tweeted]] that the wiki would be a great source of transcripts when asked for a good transcript source to use in a discount neural network.  Subsequent response tweets mentioned the wiki again.
 
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*[[Fan Costumes 2016]] &mdash; Strong Bad says that, because he had to consult the wiki to figure out that the person is dressed as [[Anonymous Contributor]], the costume was too obscure.
 
* In the description of [[2011 Calendar]] at the [[Store]], it says "no more having to consult the Homestar Wiki", referring to the release dates of the Strong Bad Emails.
* In the description of [[2011 Calendar]] at the [[Store]], it says "no more having to consult the Homestar Wiki", referring to the release dates of the Strong Bad Emails.
[[Image:SupportTheWiki.png|thumb|300px|Support Your Local Wiki!]]
[[Image:SupportTheWiki.png|thumb|300px|Support Your Local Wiki!]]
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*In the DVD commentary for [[mini-golf]], Matt mentions learning the concept of the [[wikipedia:ouroboros|ouroboros]] from the Wiki and Mike talks about searching for The Cheat's arms.
*In the DVD commentary for [[mini-golf]], Matt mentions learning the concept of the [[wikipedia:ouroboros|ouroboros]] from the Wiki and Mike talks about searching for The Cheat's arms.
*The DVD commentary for [[rough copy]] suggests that the appearance of the barbed wire costumes' negative space was listed as a goof on the Wiki (it was not). They claim it to be a stylistic choice. They also jokingly suggest that most of their goofs are a "laziness choice".
*The DVD commentary for [[rough copy]] suggests that the appearance of the barbed wire costumes' negative space was listed as a goof on the Wiki (it was not). They claim it to be a stylistic choice. They also jokingly suggest that most of their goofs are a "laziness choice".
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*"The Homestar Wiki" is thanked in the credits for all of the [[Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People]] games.
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*"The Homestar Wiki" is thanked in the credits for all of the [[Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People|SBCG4AP]] games.
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*One of the mother-approved synonyms for "butt" in [[environment]] is "bwathom", the spelling that the Wiki used for a made-up pronounciation of the word in [[isp]].
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*For over a year, the Wiki incorrectly reported that [[Mike Chapman]] did the voice of [[Mr. Bland]].  This was corrected after [[Matt Chapman]] revealed that this was a mistake during the [[Strongest Man in the World#Commentary Transcript|hidden creators' commentary]] of [[Strongest Man in the World]] on the DVD [[Everything Else, Volume 3]].
*For over a year, the Wiki incorrectly reported that [[Mike Chapman]] did the voice of [[Mr. Bland]].  This was corrected after [[Matt Chapman]] revealed that this was a mistake during the [[Strongest Man in the World#Commentary Transcript|hidden creators' commentary]] of [[Strongest Man in the World]] on the DVD [[Everything Else, Volume 3]].
*The [[Quote of the Week]]s released on October 25, 2007, and September 22, 2005 were originally identical. However, the 2007 quote was changed within hours of being added to the site. The quote that it was changed to was suggested in the edit summary of [http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php?title=Quote_of_the_Week&diff=next&oldid=507707 the edit adding the previous quote to the HRWiki article].
*The [[Quote of the Week]]s released on October 25, 2007, and September 22, 2005 were originally identical. However, the 2007 quote was changed within hours of being added to the site. The quote that it was changed to was suggested in the edit summary of [http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php?title=Quote_of_the_Week&diff=next&oldid=507707 the edit adding the previous quote to the HRWiki article].
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:*[[Mirror:bhz.mp3|Listen to the message]] (mirror)
:*[[Mirror:bhz.mp3|Listen to the message]] (mirror)
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====Fun Facts====
 
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*Strong Bad's pronounciation of "BHZ" is most likely the inspiration for the word "behoozits" in [[Accent]], which is likewise said in a conversation between Strong Bad and Coach Z.
 
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