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::Hmm, sounds like that probably happened during [[HRWiki:April_Fools%27_Jokes_and_Other_Baleeted_Nonsense#April_Fools.27_2007|April Fools' Day 2007]]. {{User:Homestar-winner/sig}} 23:27, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
::Hmm, sounds like that probably happened during [[HRWiki:April_Fools%27_Jokes_and_Other_Baleeted_Nonsense#April_Fools.27_2007|April Fools' Day 2007]]. {{User:Homestar-winner/sig}} 23:27, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
:::Nah, it was preceded and proceeded by your usual CAPTCHA's. I also "discovered" (long story on those quotes) Homestar Runner in early-March 2007, and really never really found the Wiki until mid-April, I believe.--[[Special:Contributions/68.92.250.78|68.92.250.78]] 23:33, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
:::Nah, it was preceded and proceeded by your usual CAPTCHA's. I also "discovered" (long story on those quotes) Homestar Runner in early-March 2007, and really never really found the Wiki until mid-April, I believe.--[[Special:Contributions/68.92.250.78|68.92.250.78]] 23:33, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
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== Where is the Number of the Beast? ==
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Since I have no where to put this up...with the screenshot of Math Kickers that Wbwolf uploaded, I noticed that the score was 666. Adding to the caption and trying to link to the article about that inside joke, I didn't happen to find it anywhere. Did it get unanimously deleted, or was it never there? Weird, because I could've sworn it existed.

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You again :)

Hey, just wanted to point out (before you spend too much more time on it), that the interactions with Marzipan at the party in Homestar Ruiner are already on the page. They are under the Living Room section. I was also going to comment on your good work here on the wiki, and suggest to you to create an account, but then I realized that's already been covered, so I won't. Anyway, keep up the good edits! I particularly appreciate that you take the time to make use of the edit summaries, so many people leave them empty and that's a pet peeve of mine. Take care!  Green Helmet 17:33, 7 September 2008 (UTC)

Thank you, both you and Philip, I should say!
Oops! Why do I not search the page's text? I thought I learned that right after first edit ever on here. Ha! No problem with the summaries. Sometimes I like to be a little funny (though I doubt I'm that humorous) with them, and I also agree with your peeve, filling in the summary field should be done by everyone, even though with anonymous users it could be a lie to cover-up some vandalism.
I think I might lay-out everything for my parents and see if I get can get my accounts (for the forums, the Database and the Fanstuff). So then when I have enough time I can begin to rant on and on about my introduction to the Homestar Runner Universe, set the User Box up, and all that. --68.92.250.78 22:41, 7 September 2008 (UTC)

Captcha

Hi there. Just letting you know that i've heard people say in the past that they get annoyed when they see people retelling a captcha in an edit summary. Further, the captcha really doesn't have much to do with the edit, so in any case it might be prudent to make more fitting edit summaries. Hope that helps. — Defender1031*Talk 23:09, 7 September 2008 (UTC)

Sure! I can easily see how I could annoy people with that. I'm going to make the guess that I'm the only one that's ever done it, even though some people of course, like me, just had to say they saw easter eggs like "Lappy486" or "Homestar Runner" in the CAPTCHA.--68.92.250.78 23:20, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
Hmm, sounds like that probably happened during April Fools' Day 2007. Homestar-Winner (talk) 23:27, 7 September 2008 (UTC)
Nah, it was preceded and proceeded by your usual CAPTCHA's. I also "discovered" (long story on those quotes) Homestar Runner in early-March 2007, and really never really found the Wiki until mid-April, I believe.--68.92.250.78 23:33, 7 September 2008 (UTC)

Where is the Number of the Beast?

Since I have no where to put this up...with the screenshot of Math Kickers that Wbwolf uploaded, I noticed that the score was 666. Adding to the caption and trying to link to the article about that inside joke, I didn't happen to find it anywhere. Did it get unanimously deleted, or was it never there? Weird, because I could've sworn it existed.

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