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Hi 16BitJorge, my name is Invisible Robot Fish. I'd like to take a moment to personally welcome you to the Homestar Wiki. I have been around for awhile and I'm on the wiki most every day so if you have any questions please feel free to ask me!
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P.S. I guess 16 bit Jorge was before Cableman Jorge got broadband huh?

I R F , and "The Homestar Runner Wiki Welcoming Committee", 21:41, 1 February 2007 (UTC)

[edit] STUFF multiple votes

Hey, I just wanted to point out, in case this was not what you wanted. On a recent STUFF vote you currently have voted to accept both the original version and a proposed revision. As it is, only your most recent vote (for the revision) will be counted, and your vote for the original version is null and void. If that is what you intended, it's good to remove your previous vote for clarity. If you want your vote for the original statement to stand, you have to remove your vote for the revision. Hope that made sense.BryanCTC 03:35, 26 April 2007 (UTC)

Actually, the rule is that only the bottommost accept vote for a fun fact counts. I have removed your accept vote for the original proposed fun fact. Of course, you can still change your mind, if you like. Loafing 03:39, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
Yeah, I changed my vote. I was fine with either version, but if I can only vote for one, I favor the original. Thanks for the heads-up. 16BitJorge 19:38, 26 April 2007 (UTC)
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