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I think this is very mean, rude and unfair. But I swear this is what I heard on the radio. "A paper that comes down from the sky" is exactly how The Paper is described. Surley there aren't many other The Papers out there? So should my reference be added back to the article or not? {{User:The Chort/sig}} 16:55, 6 July 2006 (UTC)
I think this is very mean, rude and unfair. But I swear this is what I heard on the radio. "A paper that comes down from the sky" is exactly how The Paper is described. Surley there aren't many other The Papers out there? So should my reference be added back to the article or not? {{User:The Chort/sig}} 16:55, 6 July 2006 (UTC)
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:I've added the sighting back, and I apologize for the rude comment.  If it's any consolation, the person <span class="plainlinks">[http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php?title=User_talk:86.143.235.165&oldid=311874 was confronted]</span> regarding their language.&nbsp;-- [[User:Tom|Tom]] 17:34, 6 July 2006 (UTC)

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To Be or Not To Be

I need some advice here. A year ago, I heard a Homestar Runner reference on the radio over here in Britain. Some months later, I added it to this page. This is what I said:

"On 5 May 2005, Chris Moyles of BBC Radio 1 fame was discussing the final episode of the UK version of The Apprentice with his colleagues. When he mentioned that it was "in the [news]paper", he added, "No, it's not a paper that comes down from the sky, and we watch the show on it!" This perfectly fits the description of The Paper."

However, several months later, it was removed by an anonymous troll who left this message in the edit summary:

"the Chris Moyles one was idiotic speculation; also, don't you dare put that **** back"

I think this is very mean, rude and unfair. But I swear this is what I heard on the radio. "A paper that comes down from the sky" is exactly how The Paper is described. Surley there aren't many other The Papers out there? So should my reference be added back to the article or not? – The Chort 16:55, 6 July 2006 (UTC)

I've added the sighting back, and I apologize for the rude comment. If it's any consolation, the person was confronted regarding their language. -- Tom 17:34, 6 July 2006 (UTC)
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