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  <line start="28" end="83" speaker="homestar">Don't look now kids, it's everyone's favorite knock-kneed weightlifter,</line>
  <line start="84" end="93" speaker="homestar">Homestar Runner!</line>
  <line start="94" end="109"><homestar>Homestar Runner!</homestar><sfx>applause</sfx></line>
  <line start="110" end="130"><span style="visibility:hidden"><homestar>Homestar Runner!</homestar></span><sfx>applause</sfx></line>
  <line start="131" end="144"><homestar>Thanks silhouette!</homestar><sfx>applause</sfx></line>
  <line start="145" end="183" speaker="homestar">Today's letter comes from Chuck from Rochester.</line>
  <line start="184" end="199" speaker="homestar">"Hello, Homestar.</line>
  <line start="200" end="239" speaker="homestar">"Can you tell me if there is some kind of Homestar Runner Center</line>
  <line start="240" end="312" speaker="homestar">"or Homestar Runner International Center for Cultural Advancement or something like that</line>
  <line start="313" end="348" speaker="homestar">"that I could bring my students to for a field trip?"</line>
  <line start="349" end="378" speaker="homestar">Oh yes, most definitely, Doctor!</line>
  <line start="379" end="404" speaker="homestar">Established in 1994,</line>
  <line start="405" end="443" speaker="homestar">the Homestar Runner "Bechieve to Alieve" foundition,</line>
  <line start="444" end="461" speaker="homestar">commonly known as,</line>
  <line start="462" end="469" speaker="homestar">this drawer...</line>
  <line start="470" end="490" speaker="sfx">fanfare</line>
  <line start="491" end="500" speaker="homestar">this <em>drawer...</em></line>
  <line start="500" end="515" speaker="sfx">fanfare</line>
  <line start="516" end="523" speaker="homestar" volume="1.5"><em>this drawer...</em></line>
  <line start="524" end="533" speaker="sfx">splash cymbal</line>
  <line start="534" end="607" speaker="homestar">would make an excellent field, road, or head trip for you and your studentia.</line>
  <line start="608" end="645" speaker="homestar">Is that the plural of student, studentia?</line>
  <line start="646" end="682" speaker="homestar">Anyway, lets see what the foundaysh has to offer!</line>
  <line start="683" end="689" speaker="sfx">drawer sliding noise</line>
  <line start="690" end="742" speaker="homestar">Ooh! Smell all that culture and education!</line>
  <line start="743" end="781" speaker="homestar">First up on our tour, is this brellow crown!</line>
  <line start="782" end="810" speaker="homestar">And what a rich history it has!</line>
  <line start="811" end="845" speaker="homestar">It dates all the way back to this one time.</line>
  <line start="846" end="875" speaker="homestar">Arturo, if you please!</line>
  <line start="876" end="900" speaker="arturo">Coming right up, Mr. Runner!</line>
  <line start="908" end="943" speaker="homestar">Oh, I sure love my brown crown!</line>
  <line start="944" end="1007" speaker="strongsad">Oh yellow crayon, only you know what <em>really</em> happened!</line>
  <line start="1008" end="1021" speaker="bubs">Dangit, purple wrench!</line>
  <line start="1022" end="1038"><sfx>crash</sfx><homestar>Oof!</homestar><strongsad>Aaah!</strongsad></line>
  <line start="1039" end="1077" speaker="bubs">Alright young lovers! Knock it off back there!</line>
  <line start="1078" end="1111" speaker="homestar">My brellow crown is instrumental in the drawing of</line>
  <line start="1112" end="1125" speaker="homestar">buttered toast, <span style="visibility:hidden">not quite hornets, and the sun with a 'fro.</span></line>
  <line start="1126" end="1144" speaker="homestar">buttered toast, not quite hornets,<span style="visibility:hidden"> and the sun with a 'fro.</span></line>
  <line start="1145" end="1171" speaker="homestar">buttered toast, not quite hornets, and the sun with a 'fro.</line>
  <line start="1172" end="1228" speaker="homestar">Next item up for tour, is my collection of old Homestars!</line>
  <line start="1229" end="1270" speaker="homestar">They provide a unique cross section of my many facets!</line>
  <line start="1271" end="1324" speaker="homestar">Roundy here, is from back when I was known as the popcorn lumper!</line>
  <line start="1325" end="1367" speaker="homestar">This one's from my brief stint as supreme emperor!</line>
  <line start="1368" end="1375" speaker="homestar">Of... <span style="visibility:hidden">Marzipan's... rhinestone jazzler.</span></line>
  <line start="1376" end="1386" speaker="homestar">Of... Marzipan's... <span style="visibility:hidden">rhinestone jazzler.</span></line>
  <line start="1387" end="1411" speaker="homestar">Of... Marzipan's... rhinestone jazzler.</line>
  <line start="1412" end="1451" speaker="homestar">And you won't believe why I had to replace <em>this</em> old guy!</line>
  <line start="1452" end="1474" speaker="homestar">Talk about cultural!</line>
  <line start="1475" end="1503" speaker="homestar">That mess was like, four score!</line>
  <line start="1508" end="1543" speaker="homestar" sfx="sfx" volume="0.6">mumbling noises</line>
  <line start="1544" end="1597" speaker="homestar">And with that, I am done tickling my face!</line>
  <line start="1598" end="1629" speaker="homestar">Mhm! Sloppy Joseph!</line>
  <line start="1641" end="1657" speaker="homestar">Aw, crap!</line>
  <line start="1658" end="1717" speaker="homestar">Last up on the tour, is this photo of Marzipan and I, on a honeymoon!</line>
  <line start="1718" end="1732" speaker="homestar">Not ours.</line>
  <line start="1733" end="1757" speaker="homestar">I think it was some couple from Canada's.</line>
  <line start="1762" end="1798" speaker="homestar">Or, Cancun...nada.</line>
  <line start="1799" end="1856" speaker="homestar">Ah, we were young and in every 3,000 miles back then!</line>
  <line start="1857" end="1883" speaker="homestar">So bring the kids on down, Chuck!</line>
  <line start="1884" end="1923" speaker="homestar">Nothing like a little educaysh at the foundaysh!</line>
  <line start="1924" end="1953" speaker="homestar">It's the best I could do on short notice.</line>
  <line start="1954" end="1980" speaker="homestar">Unless you want to wait until 2012,</line>
  <line start="1981" end="2027" speaker="homestar">when Homestar Dinoland will finally be complete!</line>
  <line start="2028" end="2055" speaker="other">Homestar Dinoland opening July 2012.</line>
  <line start="2056" end="2080" speaker="other">Actual attraction may just be a nightstand.</line>
  <line start="2081" end="2100" speaker="homestar">A whaaaaaaat?</line>
  <line start="2101" end="2118" speaker="other">I-I mean a drawer.</line>
  <line start="2119" end="2138" speaker="homestar">A <em>whaat?</em></line>
  <line start="2139" end="2165" speaker="other">I mean, a <em>dwaw.</em></line>
  <line start="2166" end="2182" speaker="homestar" volume="1.5">A <em>WHAT?</em></line>
  <line start="2183" end="2193" speaker="other" sfx="sfx">sighs</line>
  <line start="2194" end="2228" speaker="other">A <em>dweeoooowwwww.</em></line>
  <line start="2229" end="2252" speaker="homestar">That's better!</line>
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