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*[[Wikipedia:Tom Waits|Tom Waits]] is an American singer-songwriter well-known for his incredibly gravelly voice, as Strong Sad demonstrates. Waits' voice has been described by one critic as sounding "like it was soaked in a vat of bourbon, left hanging in the smokehouse for a few months, and then taken outside and run over with a car." His 1999 song "Pony" mentions Murfreesboro.
*[[Wikipedia:Tom Waits|Tom Waits]] is an American singer-songwriter well-known for his incredibly gravelly voice, as Strong Sad demonstrates. Waits' voice has been described by one critic as sounding "like it was soaked in a vat of bourbon, left hanging in the smokehouse for a few months, and then taken outside and run over with a car." His 1999 song "Pony" mentions Murfreesboro.
*[[Wikipedia:Sebaceous glands|Sebaceousness]] is the noun form of an adjective referring to sebum, an oily secretion which lubricates the skin and hair of mammals such as humans and, presumably, Homestar Runner characters. What it has to do with four days of silence is unclear, though it's possible that Matt, as Strong Sad, simply wanted to use a long and funny-sounding word.
*[[Wikipedia:Sebaceous glands|Sebaceousness]] is the noun form of an adjective referring to sebum, an oily secretion which lubricates the skin and hair of mammals such as humans and, presumably, Homestar Runner characters. What it has to do with four days of silence is unclear, though it's possible that Matt, as Strong Sad, simply wanted to use a long and funny-sounding word.
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*[[Wikipedia:Moon Boots|Moon Boots]] are a brand of Italian ski boots. It seems more likely that Strong Sad was referring to [[Wikipedia:Gravity boots|Gravity boots]], a type of leg shackles on a frame that allow a person to hang upside-down for extended periods.
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*[[Wikipedia:Moon Boots|Moon Boots]] are a brand of Italian ski boots. It seems more likely that Strong Sad was referring to [[Wikipedia:Moon shoes|Moon shoes]], a kids' toy with springs in the soles which enabled wearers to jump much higher than normally possible.
*Strong Sad's mention of Marzipan's hedge shears seems to be referring to an item in [[Homestar Ruiner]].
*Strong Sad's mention of Marzipan's hedge shears seems to be referring to an item in [[Homestar Ruiner]].
*Strong Sad quotes a Homestar line from [[stupid stuff]] ("I said science again!").
*Strong Sad quotes a Homestar line from [[stupid stuff]] ("I said science again!").

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