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Haldo! Feel free to drop me a line here...but keep it clean. No flaming necessary. And no [[Trogdor | burninating]] either, for that matter.
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Haldo! Feel free to drop me a line here...but keep it clean. No flaming necessary. And no [[Trogdor | burninating]] either, for that matter. {{User:LongLiveCoachZ/sig}}
== [[Obstacle Course]] ==
== [[Obstacle Course]] ==

Current revision as of 04:35, 29 September 2007

Haldo! Feel free to drop me a line here...but keep it clean. No flaming necessary. And no burninating either, for that matter. ~ CoachZ(talk · contribs)~

[edit] Obstacle Course

Hi there, LongLiveCoachZ, and welcome to the wiki! I saw the message that you left at Talk:Obstacle Course, and it seemed like it'd be best if I replied here rather than on that talk page:

Looking over the two pages and referring to HRWiki:Inclusion guidelines, it looks like We Don't Even Really Care About You was deleted because the users involved in the discussion felt that "all information known about the subject of the article could easily be included in a few lines on any other related page or page section on the wiki".

I suppose that Obstacle Course, on the other hand, would fall into the category of "Page content relating to a H*R-specific item", which "needs only one appearance in Homestar Runner toons, as long as it played an important role in the plot".

As I side note, I understand that it's frustrating to have a page that you worked on removed or merged with another page. Ultimately, though, the pages on the wiki are the property of the community as a whole, and any contributions you make can be altered or reverted depending on what is deemed best for the encyclopedia.

I hope that helps, and welcome again to the wiki! Trey56 03:58, 29 September 2007 (UTC)

Alright. That explains it. Thanks! LongLiveCoachZ 04:00, 29 September 2007 (UTC)
No problem :) Trey56 04:01, 29 September 2007 (UTC)
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