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Around the time [[Baddest of the Bands]] was released, I stumbled upon the Wiki through (what else?) a Google search. I began using the Wiki as a last resort for finishing SBCG4AP, but decided to explore further when I realized the [[Dangeresque 3 Walkthrough]] was still being written. Through the Wiki, I saw all the removed toons and [[secret pages]], and ended up watching everything on the site. (However, I doubt I will ever be as fortunate as reading everything on the Wiki!) On July 8th, 2009, I noticed a strange parallel between A Folky Tale and an Atari 2600 prototype, and submitted my first talk page comment: [[Talk:The_Dancing_Brothers#Atari_Dancing_Brothers%3F|"Atari Dancing Brothers?"]]. More and more frequently, I began submitting talk page comments and making small grammar and spelling corrections under the addresses [[Special:Contributions/71.127.241.112|71.127.241.112]], [[Special:Contributions/96.234.74.23|96.234.74.23]], [[Special:Contributions/173.63.179.137|173.63.179.137]], and [[Special:Contributions/98.109.117.226|98.109.117.226]]. Starting in November 2009, I began being more ambitious and editing article pages to document new updates and increase the completeness of older topics. Here is what I believe is my [http://www.hrwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Punkin_Show&diff=prev&oldid=685605 most important edit] on such pages.<br><small><small><small>(No, really, it's [http://www.hrwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Coach_Z's_110%25&diff=prev&oldid=687101 this one].)</small></small></small>
Around the time [[Baddest of the Bands]] was released, I stumbled upon the Wiki through (what else?) a Google search. I began using the Wiki as a last resort for finishing SBCG4AP, but decided to explore further when I realized the [[Dangeresque 3 Walkthrough]] was still being written. Through the Wiki, I saw all the removed toons and [[secret pages]], and ended up watching everything on the site. (However, I doubt I will ever be as fortunate as reading everything on the Wiki!) On July 8th, 2009, I noticed a strange parallel between A Folky Tale and an Atari 2600 prototype, and submitted my first talk page comment: [[Talk:The_Dancing_Brothers#Atari_Dancing_Brothers%3F|"Atari Dancing Brothers?"]]. More and more frequently, I began submitting talk page comments and making small grammar and spelling corrections under the addresses [[Special:Contributions/71.127.241.112|71.127.241.112]], [[Special:Contributions/96.234.74.23|96.234.74.23]], [[Special:Contributions/173.63.179.137|173.63.179.137]], and [[Special:Contributions/98.109.117.226|98.109.117.226]]. Starting in November 2009, I began being more ambitious and editing article pages to document new updates and increase the completeness of older topics. Here is what I believe is my [http://www.hrwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Punkin_Show&diff=prev&oldid=685605 most important edit] on such pages.<br><small><small><small>(No, really, it's [http://www.hrwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Coach_Z's_110%25&diff=prev&oldid=687101 this one].)</small></small></small>
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I first actually joined the Wiki on April 12, 2010. My goal was to join as soon as the Brothers Chaps made it clear that they were updating again, which they did on April 1st, 2010 with [[Xeriouxly Forxe]]. I joined as soon as I saw [[Main Page 26]] was up, and helped contribute to the page. My first important contribution was the [http://www.hrwiki.org/w/index.php?title=TMBG_Concert_-_5_Mar_2010&diff=699126&oldid=696276 transcript of the Variety Playhouse They Might Be Giants 2010 Concert], as it had not been attempted for more than a month by anyone. Another notable, but not important, contribution was [http://www.hrwiki.org/w/index.php?title=That_Time_of_Year&diff=prev&oldid=717227 the discovery of an alternate edit in the YouTube version of That Time of Year].
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I first actually joined the Wiki on April 12, 2010. My goal was to join as soon as the Brothers Chaps made it clear that they were updating again, which they did on April 1st, 2010 with [[Xeriouxly Forxe]]. I joined as soon as I saw [[Main Page 26]] was up, and helped contribute to the page. My first important contribution was the [http://www.hrwiki.org/w/index.php?title=TMBG_Concert_-_5_Mar_2010&diff=699126&oldid=696276 transcript of the Variety Playhouse They Might Be Giants 2010 Concert], as it had not been attempted for more than a month by anyone.
===[[User:Purple_Wrench/botten|My Bottom Ten]]===
===[[User:Purple_Wrench/botten|My Bottom Ten]]===

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