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Anyway, I saw you were the one who uploaded [http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php/Image:realfluffypuff.PNG this picture] and I wanted to ask where is it from? {{User:E.L. Cool/sig}}
Anyway, I saw you were the one who uploaded [http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php/Image:realfluffypuff.PNG this picture] and I wanted to ask where is it from? {{User:E.L. Cool/sig}}
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:I think someone from Long Island bought it while they were up at my house for passover. Sure, I'll add the hebrew thing. I know two people who speak Hebrew. They were speaking hebrew together once and I was all like "wha?"

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Well evin290, this is T-Bird, in reply to your query. The problem with more than one person doing it is that things are likely gonna start getting missed, doubled, ect. It really is alot simpler, at least for the time being, for just one person to be doing this. Honestly. Give me... A week. The base should be done, for 2003, and possibly as far back as mid-2001. It'll get less complete as it goes back though, so once we get to that point, then we've gotta start filling in the blanks that aren't covered by my source. I've already run into a problem actually, my source doesn't have the 1936 vs 20X6 release date. If you could find a way of finding that, that would be a help. I knew that as soon as I started this project people would start asking to help. To tell you the truth, it is kinda fun. Like... going back in time or something. Or monday updates... excellerated. Finding out what's coming on Monday every couple minutes. But honestly, at least for the time being, it really is a one person job. Any more than that would get complicated. I'm gonna work on 2003 a bit more, but if I need any help, you'll be the one I ask. Thanks, [[User:Thunderbird L17|⇔Thunderbird⇔]] 17:59, 23 Feb 2005 (MST)

Sure thing, Thunderbird. I'll look into the 1936 v. 20x6. What are your sources? →evin290 18:08, 23 Feb 2005 (MST)

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I found the 20x6 v 1936 release date, T-Bird

FOR THUNDERBIRD:

I found the release date for the 20x6 vs. 1936. I found several weblogs online about this cartoon, the earliest was for Monday, March 17, 2003. I hope this helps :-)

De-troll-happy

I think you got a little de-troll happy on Main Page 17. I am not familiar with the Metroid series of video games themselves, but in Super Smash Bros (Melee), Samus's "spin jump" really is called the "Screw Attack"! --Jay 21:28, 26 Feb 2005 (MST)

OH, really? I assumed that it was a troll because "screw attack" doesn't really sound that official. I'll get rid of that person on the wiki troll and I'll revert my edit. Thanks for the info :-) →evin290 21:31, 26 Feb 2005 (MST)
Yup. Listed on page 41 of the SSBM manual itself. Looking at several GameFAQs FAQs on Super Metroid, they call it the same. --Jay 21:33, 26 Feb 2005 (MST)
Okey doke. It's all fixed. Thanks for that. Sorry I jumped the gun on you, 205.188.116.132. →evin290 21:35, 26 Feb 2005 (MST)

The Monkies Are Eating You?

I have to say, I love that idea. I did that a few years back, with the word 'Frog'. But anyhoo, my question is this. Do you have the engish pronunciation for the Russian one? Thanks in advance if you do. [[User:Thunderbird L17|⇔Thunderbird⇔]] 21:16, 6 Mar 2005 (MST) P.S. Frog: English: Frog French: Grenuie Russian: Legushka Ukranian/Polish: Backock, Jhabba Punjabi: Dadu Mandarin/Cantonise/Korean: Kiadu, Kagawee, Ching-Wa Spanish: Rhanna I think that's all I know. the reason I grouped some of them was because I can't remember which is which for those groups.

Thanks, Thunderbird! Sorry, but I don't have the transliteration for any of the non-european characters. I wish I did... Next time I run into a Russian, I'll ask them! :-) →evin290

P.S. We REALLY need the forum back... :-(

Hey, if you want it, I can get it. Both my sisters and my brother-in-law know Russian. I know a bit, but I was hoping to wow them by suddenly just yelling out 'THE MONKIES ARE EATING ME!!!!'. But I can ask them, and see what I can do. Maybe even next time I'm with my other 'multi-lingual friends', get Manderan, Cantonese, Punjbai, and Korean pronunciations. French and Spanish aren't needed though, right? I could get those too, but if they're english letters, it doesn't matter, does it? Oh, and thanks for that phrase, it's a good one to know. And so USEFUL too!

[[User:Thunderbird L17|⇔Thunderbird⇔]] 21:48, 6 Mar 2005 (MST)

Formatting on this page

Hey evin, I noticed you reverted ^ that page's edit - by me. Basically, the reason for the tables is the same reason as this page. It looks neater, and more organized. Since I don't want to go through the whole page making the tables, only to go through them again under a sightly different format, I put up a proposed table layout, and thus opened it up to comments here. Feel free to join the discussion if you'd like. I'd appreciate your input. Like I implied before, this is just temporary until a design is decided upon and implimented. Thank you for your interest. [[User:Thunderbird L17|⇔Thunderbird⇔]] 16:52, 7 Mar 2005 (MST)

The reason I reverted it was because it seemed silly to me that one of the states had a table and the rest of them didn't. If you want to change them all, by all means do it. Just don't change one at a time VERY slowly :-) →evin290 17:15, 7 Mar 2005 (MST)
I know, usually I don't. Just in this case I wasn't sure exactly the right way to do it, especially the catergory to put 'Strong Bad's Misreadings', I can't think of a good title. But I'll try and get on it in a day or two. Sorry about that.

[[User:Thunderbird L17|⇔Thunderbird⇔]] 17:23, 7 Mar 2005 (MST)

Two Questions

Hi there, I like your little monkeys thingy. Ih hebrew it's "הקופים אוכלים אותי" (ha-kofim ochlim oti). The ch sound is like the sound in the word Chanukah. Could you add it?

Anyway, I saw you were the one who uploaded this picture and I wanted to ask where is it from? Elcool (talk)(contribs)

I think someone from Long Island bought it while they were up at my house for passover. Sure, I'll add the hebrew thing. I know two people who speak Hebrew. They were speaking hebrew together once and I was all like "wha?"
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