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 Post subject: SB Email #115
PostPosted: Mon Oct 04, 2004 7:56 am 
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Obligatory Wikilink added by Tom: time capsule

What do you think of the new SB Email?

I thought it was okay. That bit with 20X6 was kewl.

Don't forget in the end to wait after the paper comes down, than after that, click "cassett".

Another easter egg is the one with the "headache" medicine thingee. It was long...but I'm sure you can find it.


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I love the Grumblecakes song! Sounds sort of like one of those softspoken black R&B-pop sensations. There should be a video, with Strong Bad singing really close to the camera and wearing leather pants (or is he already?) and moving his eyebrows in ways meant to express sensitivity as well as je ne sais quois. And lots of fine honeys with Pom faces in the background.

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Um... SB don't have eyebrows, foo!

At last, another look into the world of 20x6. I would've liked it better if they had, maybe, introduced a new 2ox6 char, but... ah well...

Grumblecakes!

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Wow, I'll look at Stinkoman in a whole new way now. Wah ha ha ha ha!

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Not quite as funny as the previous SBemail, in my opinion, but it was OK. I still have to wonder why Stinkoman was eating dirt, though. And how eating #1 Jams makes you bulk out.

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I still have to wonder why Stinkoman was eating dirt, though.

It's from the April fools sticklyman/stinkoman thing

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And how eating #1 Jams makes you bulk out.


What? You don't know?

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Not quite as funny as the previous SBemail, in my opinion, but it was OK.


Agreed. This one was average. Entertaining by normal standards, but a bit subpar by SBEmail standards.

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I still have to wonder why Stinkoman was eating dirt, though.


After April Fool's Day, he thinks all dirt is pudding?

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And how eating #1 Jams makes you bulk out.


You see, magnetic tape, when infused with dry ice, interacts with the physiology of the weirdos that will live X0 years from now in peculiar ways. It doesn't work now, though, so don't go eating your MP3 player. Ratty old toupees will still look stupid, so you know some things will remain the same. :20x6:


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I still have to wonder why Stinkoman was eating dirt, though.


After April Fool's Day, he thinks all dirt is pudding?


I figured it had to be related to Under Construction, I guess I just didn't think Stinkoman was THAT stupid. Then again, if he was dumb enough to shove a handful of whatsit in his mouth without checking in the first place... (and dumb enough to mistake a #1 jam for a Power Crunch, but then again, that might be the whole "in the future, cassette tapes don't exist sort of thing).

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 Post subject: Pretty good
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Lots of little easter eggs, and that 20x6 thing was good. We learned an important thing: Stinkoman is really stupid. I was hoping to see the groupies and royalties though.

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:20x6: :20x6: :20x6: :20x6: :20x6: :20x6: !!!!!

I wrote a song entitled 20x6 vs. 1936- nouttin do do with the toon, and kinda strange. I imagine TMBG singing it...

Cause you don't... don't...don't...don't

Oh, oh! 19-3-6! 20-x-6!

Cause you don't wanna know what happens when!
WHEN 20x6! MEETS 1936! OH NO! OH NO! OH NO! OH NO-NO-NO!
Man, they win all the games
They get all the girls
They wear the cool shoes!
They're so perfect, we just wanna hurl.

But you'll never guess what happened then!
CAUSE 1936! Beat 20x6! OH YEAH! OH YEAH! OH YEAH-YEAH-YEAH!

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It was ok...at first I thought TBC was returning to the old style of SBE's w/ SB typing most of the time, and the lil' side bars between characters only happening a little bit, but it was probably an equal ammount of both.

Favorite lines: "Holy Gosh!" and "Clean the yard with a GRUMBLE-RAKE"

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Not bad. Not great, but not bad.

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It was good, though not as good as last weeks. It did have it's moments, like Stinkoman eating the cassett.

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Like the past few e-mails, it was ok. I liked the Grumblecakes song and the 20X6 part, although bulky Stinkoman looks kinda creepy.

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Bulky Stinkoman looked awexome, man! I hope we'll be seeing more of the buly version of our favorite anime idiot fighter some other time, too!

Almost as stupid as ANOTHER fighter I know... http://www.nuklearpower.com

Anyways, did you notice :20x6: said "Look what I found in this time box!" instead of "time capsule" because, as SB stated, it was a TIME BOX? I did. If you didn't, no cookie.

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Stinkoman got muscular off a cassette tape cool

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Now if only the KOT had been able to lose weight with the help of Strong Bad's autobiography tapes.

"It's a sad day for track and field."

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this was great! the grumblecakes song is awesome. its playing right now. ii bet the song is going to be a new download or quote of the week.

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nobody mentioned the "differently lame" easter egg!!!

i want to throw a kegger with coach z ale!

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i want to throw a kegger with coach z ale!


I'm so there.

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Whoa--WHOA-- :homsar: WHOAOAOAOAOAOAOH--
They didn't call it "Cold One!" Do you realize the significance of this to the "Are Cold Ones Alcaholic" debate? (Without commenting on the validity of said debate to be a debate at all.) So far, the only "proof" was that a now-obscure screensaver had used the word "alcoholic." I ventured to say that you probably wouldn't find the word "beer" anywhere on the site. But now this is pretty much that! At any rate, it is, as far as I can think, the first direct use of the actual name of an alcoholic beverage (not counting Listerine!).

Edit: Okay, on further reflection I've proven myself wrong: "...a picnic plate with wine and a baguette" in New Boots. But gee, that hardly counts.

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Whoa--WHOA-- :homsar: WHOAOAOAOAOAOAOH--
They didn't call it "Cold One!" Do you realize the significance of this to the "Are Cold Ones Alcaholic" debate? (Without commenting on the validity of said debate to be a debate at all.) So far, the only "proof" was that a now-obscure screensaver had used the word "alcoholic." I ventured to say that you probably wouldn't find the word "beer" anywhere on the site. But now this is pretty much that! At any rate, it is, as far as I can think, the first direct use of the actual name of an alcoholic beverage (not counting Listerine!).

Edit: Okay, on further reflection I've proven myself wrong: "...a picnic plate with wine and a baguette" in New Boots. But gee, that hardly counts.
Ginger Ale has no alcohol.

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Ginger Ale has no alcohol.


That's true; you made me go back and check to make sure it didn't SAY ginger ale! It didn't--but I also noticed two stalks of what appears to wheat are depicted. Not an ingredient in most ginger ale...

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I also noticed two stalks of what appears to wheat are depicted. Not an ingredient in most ginger ale...


some sort of wheat ale, mayhaps?

whatever it is, i want it in a keg.

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I love this e-mail. Plenty of humour, and I liked the 20x6 segment. The Grumblecakes had me rolling on the floor.

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Ha! I was right! 20X6 is in the future! And, they made a reference to Grumblecakes! Hooray!

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Ha! I was right! 20X6 is in the future! And, they made a reference to Grumblecakes! Hooray!

Uh.. didn't we already know that? Strong Bad referred to 20x6 as "a futuristic world" in the sbemail "japanese cartoon".

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Not nescessarily ONLY the future- more like an alternate world, as WELL as the future. And the past of the 20x6 world probably followed (loosely) the timeline of our home Homestar dimension... That's why they found the time boxes and capsules...

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Ha! I was right! 20X6 is in the future! And, they made a reference to Grumblecakes! Hooray!

Uh.. didn't we already know that? Strong Bad referred to 20x6 as "a futuristic world" in the sbemail "japanese cartoon".


Yes, but some people here didn't think it was in the future. Ooh, now I can wave it in their faces!

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Heh...Muscly Stinkoman and 20x6 homestar with the ugly wig on? Amazing! this was a pretty sick e-mail. Although I don't know why stinkoman likes eating dirt so much though..

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