Talk:Marshie vs. Little Girl

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[edit] Poison the Trogdor

I added that the dragon nose in the easter egg looks like Trogdor's, anyone agree? -

Actually, it does bear a passing resemblance to our favourite wingaling dragon... --DorianGray 21:29, 22 October 2007 (UTC)
It's not a perfect resemblance, but methinks it's close enough. Heimstern Läufer 21:34, 22 October 2007 (UTC)

It helps to look at the enlarged picture, but I'm pretty sure that TBC at least based it off Old Troggie. -

Trogdor's appearance is never the same twice, it seems. It has to be him. Anyway, it's a good fact as-is. OptimisticFool 21:49, 22 October 2007 (UTC)

[edit] Backwards Metal

I get the feeling there should be a page on Death/Heavy Metal somewhere. It seems to be very apparent in the HRU. I found it. So I guess I should go add this. Uh... Peow! -

[edit] To Bach or not to Bach, that's not the question

This is a wiki about the Homestar Runner universe, not about famous composers. We should not have a discussion about whether Bach wrote a piece of music, nor do we need to go into that much detail in fun facts. The first sentence of 'Kipedia entry for Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 says it's "... written by Johann Sebastian Bach..." and we really shouldn't go into any more detail than that either. Brevity and clarity are what makes fun facts readable und understandable. Loafing 00:59, 23 October 2007 (UTC)

"Und" indeed. It's fine by me if we just list it a being by Bach for the sake of this wiki and leave authorship discussions elsewhere. Heimstern Läufer 01:49, 23 October 2007 (UTC)
I disagree. I personally find (light) offense to the reference that he wrote it, but that just may be me. Plus, adding a note that it's a possibly spurious composition can still make the note brief. And yes, I do understand that this is a Wiki about the H*R universe - but the show also connects to the real world as well, no? DannyDaWriter (talk, contribs)
I see, DannyDaWriter, that you changed it on Wikipedia to "commonly attributed to" rather than "written by" .. and I for one think it reads a lot better that way. I think that's how we should phrase it in this article. It's much more encyclopedic than "spurious" in my estimation, and still leaves it intriguing enough for readers that they might follow the link to Wikipedia to learn more about it. And still brief. OptimisticFool 14:46, 23 October 2007 (UTC)
Done. DannyDaWriter (talk, contribs)
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