User talk:TheNintenGenius

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Wow, what I thought was simply going to be a couple pages here and there ended up snowballing for me into copying a ton of new pages over from the old Wiki. I should probably do homework now or something, jeez. --TheNintenGenius 20:17, 15 Sep 2004 (MST)



I see you are working on moving all the rejects over. I'll start from the bottom, you just keep doin' what you're doing, I'll meet you somewhere in the middle! --Hobo

Taking a break right now. At least I got up to Rather Dashing. --TheNintenGenius 13:56, 16 Sep 2004 (MST)

Everything I've done so far has been at work, whenever I get a spare minute or two. So, the going is kind of slow. --Hobo

Minor edit

TheNintenGenius, I've moved the topic "Where the Crap are We?" to "Where the Crap Are We?" (Just a capitalization fix). I didn't want to mess with your user page to change the reference, so I just thought I'd let you know in here so you can change the link yourself. Render

You know, oddly enough, I had that page as "Where the Crap Are We?" initially, but InterruptorJones moved it to the location you found it at. Now who knows where it's going to go? --TheNintenGenius 15:15, 2 Oct 2004 (MST)

Easter Egg Transcription

Incidentally, I'm sorry I missed that "huge debate" about whether or not we should transcribe easter eggs. Since I think they're far more amusing when you don't have the actual materials splayed out before you, I don't particularly agree with the affirmative results -- but hey, I'm just a small cog in a giant wiki wheel. And you know what they say: one cog can't keep the whole wheel from rolling along. At least, I think that's what all those cog-rollers say. Besides, if we transcribe easter eggs, then we have the actual documentation for future inside jokes. Choices, choices. Fie, fie. --Queenie-C

If curious, the debate went on on the HRWiki_talk:Standards page. Just an FYI. (in particular, sections 5 and 10) --TheNintenGenius 14:19, 13 Nov 2004 (MST)


You're doing a grood job on the DVD. Keep up the good work! -- FireBird|Talk

Screenshot for 'virus'

Thanks for putting up the code for the screenshot along with a good caption below it on the new strong bad email article - virus. Great choice of words - I was about to put the screenshot in the article but I saw you do it first, and I'm glad you did - I would have chose a quote by strong bad for the caption, something like "OK Edgar, now drop a TRAIN on 'em!" but I like yours better. --Teh P. 10:12, 15 Nov 2004 (MST)

Non-intentional Omission of your statement in virus discussion

I apoligize that your original comment was cut off -- In no way were my actions intentional -- You see, I originally went to make a reply (regarding what Aero had said) about five minutes before you did - I took my time (roughly 25 minutes by the end of it) writing a statement and before I finished, I used my browser's back button (there's the big mistake right there) and copied everything that had been said up to that point, while failing to include your latest comment as I had assumed (incorrectly) that nothing had changed. Sorry that you had to re-post it and I'll be more careful in the future by checking the article history after I made a discussion post. --Teh P. 08:46, 16 Nov 2004 (MST)

What transcripts?

Sorry to bother you, but you erased someone's "Fun Fact"/"Easter Egg"/whatever because it was "covered in the transcripts." What transcripts? Searching through the strongbad_email.exe history page, I can see that the transcripts USED TO BE on the page... but they're not now. And all searches turn up empty. -- Jay 16:58, 16 Nov 2004 (MST)

I'm going to have a talk with someone about this. Removing something I did a lot of hard work on = not funny. At all. --TheNintenGenius 17:04, 16 Nov 2004 (MST)
Yeah, it accidentaly got deleted in the artwork move. Sorry 'bout that. --FireBird|Talk


Rock, Rock on!

For all your hard work adding the DVD info to the Wiki I award you an Iron cup full of Brunswick Stew. Use it well. - Drhaggis 12:34, 19 Nov 2004 (MST)

Weclome back

Hey dude. Welcome back. -- Tom 15:42, 12 Jan 2005 (MST)

How can we be sure?

Although the side-comment was unnecessary, why did you remove the "or vice versa" on the fact in E-mail Birds? After all, do you know for sure whether E-mail Birds or video games was created first? --Jay 02:23, 25 Jan 2005 (MST)

I can make a very educated guess that, seeing as how E-mail Birds was set in the Tandy 400 era and video games was set in the Compy 386 era (not to mention how the sound quality of E-mail Birds is definitely worse than that for video games, meaning they were using the old microphone), the former probably predated the latter. --TheNintenGenius 08:38, 25 Jan 2005 (MST)

TNG sightings

This is a bit of a random question, but are you the TheNintenGenius on other various sites? Take Rare Witch Project, theres that name. So, is this just a common name or are you around the world helping all us um, people? --Dinoshaur 19:45, 16 Jun 2005 (UTC)

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