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   <line start="15" end="61" speaker="strongbad">Oh-you-thought-there-was-no-more-emails-but-guess-what-there's-an-EMAIL!</line>
   <line start="68" end="133" speaker="strongbad">"Dear Strong Bad, I want to start a new website but I don't have any ideas of what to do for my website."</line>
   <line start="136" end="172" speaker="strongbad">"I was wondering if you could give me some ideas for my new website."</line>
   <line start="173" end="205" speaker="strongbad">"This website will be cool and I'll e-mail you when I'm done."</line>
   <line start="207" end="243" speaker="strongbad">"Sincerely Yours: Website. I mean, James"</line>
   <line start="253" end="328" speaker="strongbad">You know, James, I've been around this great, big internet of ours a few times, so I know what I'm talking about.</line>
   <line start="329" end="416" speaker="strongbad">And I can safely say, that whatever idea you have is completely unimportant as long as you adhere to these fundamentals:</line>
   <line start="429" end="500" speaker="strongbad">First of all, you want to start out with a long flash intro. Like this one The Cheat made for me.</line>
   <line start="505" end="545" speaker="strongbad">Check it out, those are supposed to be my eyes, I think.</line>
   <line start="551" end="573" speaker="strongbad">That stands for my name.</line>
   <line start="583" end="595" speaker="strongbad">The Web.</line>
   <line start="616" end="638" speaker="strongbad">That little rainbow thing's kinda cool.</line>
   <line start="645" end="661" speaker="strongbad">Oh, go through the tunnel, oh look out!</line>
   <line start="662" end="726" speaker="strongbad">Oh, you got punched! Aw, man, right in the face.</line>
   <line start="737" end="790" speaker="strongbad">Okay, next on the checklist: lots of animated GIFs!</line>
   <line start="795" end="830" speaker="strongbad">or... "JIF"s... or however you say it. I don't know.</line>
   <line start="831" end="897" speaker="strongbad">I heard a couple of nerds arguing about it one time. But you want as many of those things as possible.</line>
   <line start="899" end="972" speaker="strongbad">Especially the rotate-y kind. Those are awesome, man. Nobody gets tired of looking at those.</line>
   <line start="988" end="1021" speaker="strongbad">So, then you can pretty much just pick whatever for your subject.</line>
   <line start="1028" end="1064" speaker="strongbad">It doesn't really matter as long as you got the rest of that stuff on there.</line>
   <line start="1071" end="1139" speaker="strongbad">I mean, James, the Internet is a place where absolutely nothing happens.</line>
   <line start="1142" end="1198" speaker="strongbad">You need to take advantage of that. I mean, you can make a webpage of your cat.</line>
   <line start="1200" end="1226" speaker="strongbad">Or your The Cheat.</line>
   <line start="1229" end="1271" speaker="strongbad">And, who knows? Maybe tomorrow you'll be really big in Pakistan.</line>
   <line start="1279" end="1351" speaker="strongbad">Or at least, with some guy named Stan. Anyways, I gotta go work on my webpage.</line>
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