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The Tylor himself.


[edit] About Me

I'm a sixteen year old kid who's been a fan of Homestar Runner since way back in 2003. I've dabbled in fan-artery and the like, but the best thing I've done so far is a game I programmed that's based on the toons menu in Everything Else, Volume 3. If you're interested in the little mini-game, you can find it at my website, here:

If you'd like, you can also find my SBCG4AP: D3: TCP fanart on my deviant art, here:

And here's anotherpiece of Homestar Fanart, a sequal to my favorite short 4 Gregs. It also doubles as a commercial for Super Smash Brothers Brawl. Ugh, I know I'm no Matt Chapman, so bear with me on the voices - mute it and do them in your head if that's better for you.

Also, In loving memory of the Lappy 486, behold this memorial drawing for her:

Lastly, on the HR Wiki forum, I'm known as Sesquicentenn-email. It's silly, I know, but I registered the name in the sixth grade, when alternate universe was my favorite e-mail.

[edit] Top Ten Cartoons

The Brothers Chaps are super humans when it comes to making funny cartoons, but if I was stuck on a desert island island with nothing to watch but ten of them (as likely as that seems), I'd have to end up picking these ones, for various reasons. But mostly because they're all so dang hilarious! Here they are, in no particular order:

[edit] Top Twenty E-mails

The other half of the website is made up of Strong Bad Emails - and now they've finally returned! Anyway, there is over two hundred to choose from in mean time, and here's a list of my favorites, in chronological order:

[edit] He Hailed From the Middle of the Road

Mr. Bland, after miraculously recovering from being crushed under a falling concession stand, the poor Prince of Plain perished under the mighty weight of twenty grapes while trying to win the Strongest Man in the World Contest. This Master of Mundane was near and dear to all of us, and it was a terrible tragedy that he had to be taken from us before his time. Needless to say, Mr. Bland will be missed by all of us - he is gone, but not forgotten.

Never Forget

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