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[edit] Stairway to Heaven

Hey there. It is never expressly stated within the toon that it is heaven. It looks more like a spirit world, as is also evidenced by the girls appearing as ghosts rather than angels. Maybe you should bring it up on the talk page. --DorianGray 04:38, 22 June 2007 (UTC)

[edit] Homestar Runner RPG

Hey there, I removed your post from the Homestar Runner RPG talk page, as it did not discuss the contents of the article. If you want to play the game, you can install one of the Atari emulators that are linked from the article. Loafing 22:37, 19 July 2007 (UTC)

[edit] Civility

Hey there, Tizye96. I just wanted to let you know why I removed your comment on Talk:Homestar Runner and Marzipan's Relationship. Yelling at someone and calling them stupid is absolutely uncalled for. If you have something constructive to say in a thread, then please say it calmly and maturely. (Also, the thread in which you were replying was over six months old, so it's unlikely Cass from Germany was going to see your reply anytime soon.) — It's dot com 03:37, 9 January 2009 (UTC)

I wasn't yelling. I was typing in all caps. LIKE THIS. IS THIS REALLY YELLING? NO IT IS NOT. IT IS CALLED TYPING IN ALL CAPS. WHEN I AM YELLING, THIS HAPPENS JUST TO LET YOU KNOW. Oh, I didn't really mean stupid, though. I just say things, and to me, that doesn't really seem 'uncalled for' and 'immature' but that's just me. It WOULD be wrong if I called someone a ?";@%7* or something. So, sorry. Tizye96 03:44, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
I also want to say that your post didn't even make sense. First you called Cass from Germany stupid, then you agreed with his point, then you told him to read his post before he wrote it. Were you trying to mess with our minds? BBG 03:49, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
No, what I meant was that it said "Homestar not really offending Marzipan" and he was acting like it said "Homestar OFFENDINg Marzipan" and I was pointing out that it didn't say that. But I do screw around with peoples a lot. ^_^ Just not here. Tizye96 03:53, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Um, how was he acting like it said "Homestar offending Marzipan"? He listed some points from the section that is called "Homestar Offending Marzipan" and said that they were examples of "Homestar not really offending Marzipan". He even says himself that those points are not really offending her. BBG 03:58, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Whatever. Let's just drop it. Tizye96 04:05, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Typing in all caps online is widely regarded as yelling. That's why Strong Bad tells you not to do it. Regardless of whether you mean it bad, it still comes across that way. — It's dot com 04:26, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
Make sure your posts make sense as well. BBG 18:24, 9 January 2009 (UTC)
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