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|As you can probably guess by the username, I did not become a Homestar Runner fan until its initial popularity had already waned. However, in late May 2008, I came across a YouTube video which had [[Everybody To The Limit]] dubbed in. At first, I mistook it for a cheesy song the user had made, and moved on to another video. Soon after, I found a video about [[Trogdor]], and this time it linked to homestarrunner.com. Curious but skeptical, I did a search for Homestar Runner on YouTube, and came across several sbemails, the first of which was probably [[guitar]] (and yes, I did see [[dragon]]...). Realizing what I had found, I searched for the first Homestar cartoon (not knowing the difficulties of watching in chronological order) and found [[Super NES]].  
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|As you can probably guess by the username, I have not been a Homestar Runner fan until recently. However, in late May 2008, I came across a YouTube video which had [[Everybody To The Limit]] dubbed in. At first, I mistook it for a cheesy song the user had made, and moved on to another video. Soon after, I found a video about [[Trogdor]], and this time it linked to homestarrunner.com. Curious but skeptical, I did a search for Homestar Runner on YouTube, and came across several sbemails, the first of which was probably [[guitar]] (and yes, I did see [[dragon]]...). Realizing what I had found, I searched for the first Homestar cartoon (not knowing the difficulties of watching in chronological order) and found [[Super NES]].  
By this time, I knew YouTube would not be able to remain my only source, so I pointed my Wii browser in the direction of homestarrunner.com, and started looking around (and fortunately did not stumble on [[Main Page 24]]). The first cartoon I watched (or, the first I <i>attempted</i> to watch) was [[SBCG4AP Advertisement]], but none of the fonts showed up, so I knew I would have to attempt using my computer to watch it and risk the potential danger. (You can see how that turned out)
By this time, I knew YouTube would not be able to remain my only source, so I pointed my Wii browser in the direction of homestarrunner.com, and started looking around (and fortunately did not stumble on [[Main Page 24]]). The first cartoon I watched (or, the first I <i>attempted</i> to watch) was [[SBCG4AP Advertisement]], but none of the fonts showed up, so I knew I would have to attempt using my computer to watch it and risk the potential danger. (You can see how that turned out)

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