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Hello! My name is Thomas O'Rourke. Not much that I can say about myself... I am a casual viewer of Homestar Runner, and I have many interests. I enjoy reading, drawing, painting, cooking, programming, and video games (Nintendo guy). I graduated from Binghamton University with a Bachelor's in Computer Science.
I discovered Homestar through TheMushroomKingdom.net, when the newest email was "kind of cool".
 Contributions to HRWiki
I used to be 22.214.171.124 before I registered. My biggest early work was helping clean up the Stinkoman 20X6 page by organizing the Stinkoman 20X6 Glitches and Stinkoman 20X6 Real-World References which led to all the sections be placed on their own pages. I don't really know, but I think the fact that I decided to put all the fixed glitches into their own section made way for all HRWiki pages to do the same thing, rather than the "This has since been fixed" footnote at the end of each description.
Nowadays I try to help out in some areas-- but with the slowdown of updates from HomestarRunner.com, my activity has slowed down too. Boo.
I also helped write the bulk of the Most in the Graveyard transcript.
 HR Stuff I Own
- strongbad_email.exe (first three discs, will buy the next few after 161-200 are released)
- "You Reek-a!" T-Shirt
- Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits - I regret this purchase, however.
 slumber party
The email slumber party was sent in by me. If you want the story behind it, here's what happened:
During a long and boring four-day weekend (Rosh Hashana), a friend at a nearby dorm invited me and over and said that some guys were throwing a "slumber party." It took place in the hall lounge, where all we did was talk for a while. Then one girl brought in her Uno cards and so we play a round. After one round everyone was bored and the party dispersed from there. So technically there WERE no sleeping bags or R-rated movies. Thinking how lame it all was, I decided to write an email to Strong Bad about it, since the topic of slumber party wasn't done before on SBEmail, and that I had a reason to ask about it (the lame game of Uno).
To anyone wondering, Strong Bad does not reply with an actual email to your email address. I found out only when I accessed the site.