User talk:Eruption257

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Welcome, Eruption257!

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phlip, and the Homestar Runner Wiki Welcoming Committee, 00:41, 5 November 2006 (UTC)

Restoring your userpage

Eruption, are you aware that all past versions of pages are kept in the history? This means you can change your userpage back to the way you had it before. To do so, go to the "history" tab at the top of your userpage and find the revision where you added the quotes, then click the date and time. Once you're viewing that version, click "edit" and save the page. It will go back to the old version. Heimstern Läufer 21:16, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

Hey there Eruption — I just read the messages that you and Loafing left on my talk page. I hope that you understand why I edited your user page — it was because you were not logged in when the changes were made, and I did not know that the IP address was you. As you were so kind to apologize to me for the outburst you left on my talk page, I'd like in turn to apologize for the confusion that I caused. I can understand why you would be frustrated, thinking that all the work you put into those quotes was gone forever.
As Heimstern pointed out above, reverting my edit is very simple: just go to this version of your page, click "edit", and click the "Save page" button (while logged in). When I reverted the edit of the anonymous user (who I did not know was you), I supposed that if it was you, you would just log in and make this change.
So, I hope that we understand each other now — I hold no hard feelings against you for the message you left on my talk page, and I hope you hold none against me for reverting the edit you made while not logged in. Best, Trey56 23:44, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

Yeah. Sorry about all that crap on your Talk page, Trey. - Eruption257

No biggie (and feel free to replace that info on your page, if you want). Trey56 03:29, 14 February 2007 (UTC)

Log In

Hi. Really, please log in for any wiki business. User pages and STUFF contributions are but two of the ways logging in will save you hundreds on your car insurance. Please consider this advice, and did you know in your profile you can set yourself to automagically log in when you access this site? (Not recommended for public terminals!) Qermaq - (T/C) Image:Qermaqsigpic.png 05:16, 14 February 2007 (UTC)

Yeah. I usually do that. I have it set on my home computer. - Eruption257

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