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[edit] Welcome Bantam-Boy!

My name is Dacheatbot and welcome to the Homestar Runner Wiki! We're glad to have you as a member. If you need any help, feel free to ask anyone on the welcoming committee. You can also post questions on the FAQ talk page.

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Sincerely,
--Dacheatbot · Communicate, and "The Homestar Runner Wiki Welcoming Committee" 04:19, 3 May 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Recent edits

Hi, Bantam-Boy. Glad to see you've signed up with a creative username. Just a friendly note: If users keep reverting your edits to pages, then you probably shouldn't change 'em back. Cheers! — Seriously (Talk) 12:00, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

Well, Bantam-Boy, Can you try to find a way to give us proof of it? --TheThin 12:06, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Zader matermorts

If you go to a main page on H*R.com and click the "Q" near the top, you'll get the Quote of the Week. Notice that the current quote is also given as text in that box, as it has since November 11, 2004. The zader matermorts line was one of these. Though it sounds like "say tomatermorts" (inded, that's what it was originally transcribed as) since the QotW is essentially the official word on what the script said, we have to stick with that on the transcript. If you need proof, look here - that's a file pulled verbatim from the site while "zader matermorts" was the quote of the week - you can see that spelling in it. --phlip TC 13:54, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

See also Talk:Quote of the Week#zader matermorts for a screenshot. -- Tom 14:25, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Compydore 64

Please stop adding that line to the Compy 386 page. You've done it 5 times, and it's been removed by 4 different people. You claim it's the same shape as a C64 - it is not, as a simple Google Images search will reveal. You claim the computer may be built into the keyboard - there is no evidence for this, it is completely speculation, and the side shot in fingers seems to suggest that the keyboard is just a keyboard, nothing more. Yes, the font is a "Commodore 64" font, but to infer from that fact (the only actual fact in your contribution) that the Compy is based on the C64 is quite a stretch. It's more likely that TBC simply wanted a pixelated fixed-pitch font, a-la DOS, C64, Apple IIe, and other computers/OSes of that era. So for your repeated question, "Also, is it REALLY hurting anyone to leave it there?" my answer is "Yes." Because what parts aren't false are based on heavy speculation. So stop adding it. --phlip TC 14:05, 17 June 2006 (UTC)

[edit] STUFF

Hi! When voting on STUFF, simply type #~~~ and it'll become a sig for you. (For talk posts, it's ~~~~). Qermaq - (T/C) Image:Qermaqsigpic.png 05:36, 4 July 2006 (UTC)

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