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[edit] Mugshot

Does anyone else think that BDHM's head looks like that famous mugshot of Nick Nolte after he got arrested for drunk driving?

see here: [1] -Shiin

[edit] Pseudocharacter

I think BDHM should be moved into pseudocharacters. He's only ever been a drawing, and only been mentioned twice. He has far less character than the Wagon Fulla Pancakes. -Meedelede Agreed, though I have no idea how to change it. -Playsets and Toys Buyer

I don't know, it seems like he actually exists in Free Country, but we've only ever seen drawings of him.

[edit] "Biscuitdoughhandsman"

Strong Bad used the spelling Biscuitdoughhandsman in myths & legends after being called Strongbad. "Two words. Two different words. That are not one word." I don't thing that there's any reason to believe that the Biscuitdoughhandsman spelling is anything more than a jab at Cephas Cornwall, to which he was replying at the time. -Ianiceboy 05:48, 19 February 2006 (UTC)

That could be... However, it was also written as "Biscuidoughhandsman" in a rock opera Easter egg. --DorianGray

[edit] Why Elway?

I don't see the resemblance between Elway and the drawing anymore so than many other QBs who have worn number 7. When I first saw the drawing, my first reaction was that it was Boomer Esiason that the drawing was based off of. Then upon thinking about where TBC live, I also thought about Browning Nagle (Atl '96) or Tony Graziani (Atl '99) (Who I think may be the closest resemblance at this point) or it could just be a reference to how in many TV Shows, Movie, and "Cops" type shows that criminals are wearing Sports Jerseys. All in all I think the Elway reference is debatable at best. Vash Lupin VI

While flipping through the database looking at random things, I noticed the reference to Elway, and thought that I really didn't see it so much, and thought that it looked more like Graziani did in the Arena Bowl this past season, but since BDHM existed before that decided that it was probably more just a generic reference, maybe ment to be a mike vick jersey on a random crook. So I decided to see if the talk page would give me any more insight, and much to my supprise I'm not the first to think like this. So I'm removing it, I can't really see it as a reference. - Ilko Skevüld's Teh C 15:46, 22 December 2006 (UTC)

This resembles a 1920's -ish look to me. I am thinking George Gipp.

[edit] Name Change?

As we go along, it seems that the run together version (Biscuitdoughhandsman) is becoming more common. (cf. licensed) Does this article need to be moved to reflect the now more common spelling? wbwolf (t | ed) 01:29, 20 February 2008 (UTC)

We have at least 3 instances of the 1-word spelling (counting rock opera and myths and legends) and only 1 instance of the 4-word spelling. Also, he signed his own name in rock opera as one word. I think we need an admin's approval before moving though. Bad Bad Guy 01:54, 11 March 2008 (UTC)
Although I prefer "Biscuit Dough Hands Man", "Biscuitdoughhandsman" seems more correct, so it should probably be moved. -- Mithent 02:18, 11 March 2008 (UTC)

[edit] Article Protection

I know that only the images in featured articles are protected but I was just curious why there is no protection banner on the article itself. Someone could easily change all the text to whatever. Unless there just isn't a banner present. Care to enlighten me? joshr915 (talk) 08:50, 10 April 2008 (UTC)

It doesn't appear to be protected, no - but this is in line with how featured articles also work on Wikipedia. The featured article's high profile makes it likely that people will want to contribute to it, so it makes sense not to protect it - we don't have that much vandalism anyway and it's easily reverted. Note that the Main Page doesn't pull the text off this page, but off HRWiki:Featured article for 2008, week 15, which is semi-protected. -- Mithent 09:03, 10 April 2008 (UTC)

[edit] Coach Z's Reaction

Coach Z's reaction and his later statement "Once again Biscuit Dough Hands Man slips through our fingers!" is probably referring to the earlier crime that BDHM supposedly committed and not him having met him before that.

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