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[edit] About that STUFF...

Hey Grover. I'm sure someone will give you a detailed welcome soon, but let me be the first to say welcome to the Homestar Runner Wiki! I think the item that you're trying to STUFF is already on the page (or something similar). Perhaps you could just tweak it (or were you removing it because you disagreed with it?). — It's dot com 14:14, 12 September 2006 (UTC)

Hey, thanks for the welcome. The item is, if not a fact in its own right, then an elaboration on a Real World Reference already there. However, it was removed becasue it was regarded as speculation and removed, so I've STUFF'd it. Assuming you're referring to Jay's edit, I've since tweaked it. Thanks again for the welcome! -Grover Junior

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