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Bluebry

So, I'm Bluebry. I'm mostly over at Fanstuff, but I'm here sometimes.

[edit] Current thoughts

Just the things I think of. I'll try to keep it updated.

CURRENT CURRENT THOUGHTS:

"
The current time is...

Strong Bad Clock is a clock available in the Downloads section of the site. It features an LCD Strong Bad, who speaks your computer's time in your choice of one of three tones:

  • Plain
  • Angry
  • Soothing

You can also set up an alarm so Strong Bad can alert you so you don't miss any appointments.

The application at this time is compatible only with Windows.

[edit] Transcript

[edit] Plain

  • Say Time: "The current time is ...."
  • Alarm: "Baah! Baah! Baah! Baah! Hey, you told me to tell you when it was ...."

[edit] Angry

  • Say Time: "Current time is ...!"
  • Alarm: "Hey stupid! It's ...!

[edit] Soothing

  • Say Time: "Ohh! The current time is ...."
  • Alarm: "Oh, pardon the interruption, but you asked me to tell you when it was ...!"

[edit] Fun Facts

  • The beginning screen reads
Strong Bad's
Time Machine
(Clock)

This fantastic new
application will have
Strong Bad telling you
the time anytime you
want. And sometimes
when you don't!! Even
set an alarm so you
won't miss any of those
made up meetings!!
  • Strong Bad automatically says the time on the hour and half-past every hour. Also, the alarm notification does not loop. For these reasons, the clock is not a reliable way to wake up.
  • Strong Bad Clock does not automatically set the time for Daylight Savings, even if your system clock does.
  • In the zip file, the application is called "Strong Bad's Time Machine".
  • If you set the alarm using a leading zero (for example, 09:30), the alarm will not go off.
  • At 12:00 midnight, the voice setting (plain, angry or soothing) will automatically revert to plain.

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[edit] Other Stuff

[edit] Tangerine Dreams

Picture Description
"Yer a bum!"
Tangerine Dreams is awesome. And is orange.
Da real Tangerine Dreams
Tangerine Dreams, Homestar, and Strong Bad, as friends. Awwwwww.
Tangerine Dreams' back (provided by Smileyface11945 - Thanks!)
Tangerine Dreams IM
Tangerine Dreams in underwears (how's it going, Texas?)
Tangerine Dreams probably creating a massive paradox.
Tangerine Dreams back.
Keep on File Edit Helpin'!
Poorly drawn.
A full Tangerine Dreams.
The Tangerine Dreams manufacturer's logo.
Bubsty's computer, Aquamarine Dreams (Image provided by Thekillerdynamo - Thanks to you, too!)

[edit] Tangerine Dreams was used as a Main Page selected article!

"Your computer has too much computer in it and not enough typewriter."

Tangerine Dreams is The Cheat's iMac computer. He uses it to make Flash cartoons including The Cheat Theme Song, Everybody to the Limit, Main Page 15, and many more. It has also been used by Strong Bad to check his email in weird dream. Tangerine Dreams also appeared as a real live computer in Labor Dabor, in which it appears to be a Slot-Loading Tangerine iMac DV running Mac OS 9. The logo on Tangerine Dreams (the same logo as on the Tandy 400)—a rainbow-colored star with a bite taken out of its sideā€”is a play on the old Apple logo, a rainbow apple with a bite missing. After using Tangerine dreams for many years, The Cheat was shown designing a new No Loafing Sign graphic with a new 5th Generation iMac in the email redesign. (More...)

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