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Enhanced memory

I think we always use the present tense, even for dead characters -- see cloning, phasing or electronic communication; some of the users of these abilities are dead yet the present tense is used.--Referos 17:35, 22 September 2008 (EDT)

  • These need to be changed then, because every other power page with a deceased character is in past tense. The proper tense follows their existence in the show. Thanks for letting me know those are in present tense, I'll fix them. In the future, a deceased character should be mentioned in the past tense. --Bob (talk) 18:08, 22 September 2008 (EDT)
    • The exact policy is a little unclear, but it can be found here. (Admin 18:10, 22 September 2008 (EDT))
      • It looks like we've been using both. I don't care much for which one (though I personally prefer present tense for all so that we don't have to update every time somebody dies or is then revealed to not really have died), but we should probably be consistent across the board. -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 18:12, 22 September 2008 (EDT)
        • I like the "is the (first/only) character (shown/known) to have this ability" since it's proper tense and works. --Bob (talk) 18:13, 22 September 2008 (EDT)
          • I don't know about that "first person..." wording. That has chronological connotations and I assume what you mean is "first that we learned about." (Admin 18:25, 22 September 2008 (EDT))
            • The parenthesis were meant to be correlated. So "the first character shown to have this ability" or "only character known". "Shown" implies the actual show, in which case it applies to real-world chronology, right?--Bob (talk) 18:27, 22 September 2008 (EDT)
        • Yeah, there are advantages and disadvantages to each approach. I think leaving them in the present tense is a little counter-intuitive to many people at first... I think we'd end up with a lot of people trying to put them in past tense without knowing the policy here first whereas the past tense is what people would expect by default. On the other hand leaving them in present tense is more timeline agnostic (which can be useful in a show with time travel) and it has the benefit of not needing rewrites when characters die (which again can be tricky with the time travel element). (Admin 18:18, 22 September 2008 (EDT))

Jesse Murphy

Hi. Why are you undoing my work exactly? I have alot of information about Jesse Murphy, Eric Doyle, Samedi and Stephen Canfield. Why are you doing it?

  • I'm undoing edits that are speculative. Your entries about their abilities have not been shown in any canon source, so they are speculative, and do not belong on main namespace articles. I hope that helps, but when you state something as fact when it hasn't appeared on screen or in a GN/Webisode/Evolutions content, it's speculative, not fact.--Bob (talk) 17:12, 27 September 2008 (EDT)


nice work on The Butterfly Effect synopsis! :) -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 07:39, 29 September 2008 (EDT)

  • Yeah, it occurred to me that I knew 3x01 was done, so I should check on 3x02, and saw it was no where near done, and I couldn't sleep last night, so I took care of it. Bad part was my internet was terrible (it took me 10min to just load the main page!), so I had trouble editing anything, but it all worked out.--Bob (talk) 15:06, 29 September 2008 (EDT)
    • You know, I'm pretty sure Admin did a lot of the episode summaries in the past, and he did a terrific job. I think the episode summaries should really follow the standard that was set in the past two seasons, where the summaries are full of details, and really achieve an almost play by play quality rather than a broad summary. Yours did the same. Now, I would hate to discourage any users from doing the summaries--in fact, I've encouraged them to write them in the past--but I think we should really stress the standard of quality in the summaries. That means basically two things--a few select people write the summaries, or anybody who writes the summaries should look at the quality and tone of the past summaries and try to match them. -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 15:52, 29 September 2008 (EDT)
      • I agree, there's a few in Season Two that are small and don't go over it. Someone might want to go through and add some details to them. It really fills out the page, and does capture everything going on in the episodes. I don't mind doing it, but if we do have someone doing it, I'm up to the idea of protecting a page to prevent edit conflicts, but I know Admin was against that in the past. I know it wouldn't be very democratic if just one or two people were allowed to edit a particular page. In the past, I've written them while the show is airing on a text editor, then cleaned them up before copying and pasting the content. The only problem is you write over someone else's work if they were editing the page. This seems to be the quickest way that maintains quality, and worst come to worse, someone can go through the history and add any erased content.--Bob (talk) 16:02, 29 September 2008 (EDT)

Reasoning and science

You're crazy if you think that science and reasoning is not an element of the story. There is plenty of talk about Evolution in the show. Both Chandra Suresh and Mohinder Suresh are geneticists. There is a a slow of research items. I could go on and on here.

I wanted in the main page because I wanted everyone to work on it, not just me. There are so many references that I don't know them all. --Pinkkeith 15:49, 29 September 2008 (EDT)

  • Then it needs to be rephrased, and that's why I moved it. Sometimes, ideas like this are obvious, but are phrased to where it's not widely understood. I moved it to user namespace so it can be developed. Articles on user namespace can be edited and contributed by other users. I understand that science is widely used in the show, but personally, I wouldn't say that it's a theme per se. That's just my opinion, but once it gets further developed, then maybe I'll get what you're trying to say.--Bob (talk) 15:53, 29 September 2008 (EDT)
  • I named it in opposition to the faith and religion article name. I personally don't believe in the f&r article myself, but it is an opinion held by some (fans and characters alike). Science is also another option, that powers are a natural phenomenon rather then a super natural one (again, held by both fans and characters alike). I'm waiting until a few seasons in where characters start with an extraterrestrial explaination to their powers. What about it is unclear to you? The f&r article is just one sentence followed by a list of examples. --Pinkkeith 16:11, 29 September 2008 (EDT)
    • My misunderstanding is that science isn't something that needs to be proven, as opposed to the theme of religion and faith. I think the reason the faith and religion page was added, because there are many people who claim that their abilities come from a higher source, and any references to religion. However, Mohinder and Chandra proved that there is a genetic source for the genetic anomalies that cause the abilities, so much so that Mohinder was able to replicate it. For me, that means that there's no need to state the obvious, because it has been proven on the show, whereas religion is a belief. See what I'm saying? I don't think we need one theme to oppose the other for personal reasons. Certainly, no one here is advocating a particular religion over scientific thought. Tim Kring likes using religion and faith in his works (he has a degree in Divinity), and it's clear that there are heavy undertones of religion in the show. However, for me, science is a given. --Bob (talk) 16:15, 29 September 2008 (EDT)
      • Sorry, I'm not trying to butt heads with you; I just want to understand your position. First, I would think that is a theme (which I bleive science and reasoning is) that is "obvious" should be have its own article. It is like saying that Heroes shouldn't have an article since it is obvious that Heroes is a television show. In fanct, if s&r is a strong theme in the show (if that is what you meant by obvious) then it should very strongly have its own aritcle. Secondly, I think that nothing in Heroes is ever proven beyond a shadow of any doubt. Even if something is proven isn't a reason to not have its own aricle. In fact, I think that is a reason why it should have its own article. I think there is a strong dichotomy in this show: Child vs. parent, Fate vs. free will (which could also be thought of as faith vs. reasoning), Logic vs. emotion and Loyalty vs. treachery are a few that are found in this wiki. Science vs religion is just another one that I see coming out of the show, espeically this seaon. --Pinkkeith 16:30, 29 September 2008 (EDT)
        • I understand where you're coming from. I just don't know how it can be phrased to convey your idea, which again is why I moved it to your user namespace. I don't really understand what the discussion is about, but it needs to be developed before being moved to the main namespace. Same thing happened with irony and a few others.--Bob (talk) 16:32, 29 September 2008 (EDT)

Blocked user

A few days ago you blocked someone for "Vulgarity: user name using racial slur". While it could be an anagram of a racial slur, it is most commonly used as a reference to someone with red hair, and in this case most likely is, unless I missed something. -Lөvөl 05:09, 30 September 2008 (EDT)

  • I know about the red hair-ginger reference, but the anagram is something I've seen before, and it's a racial slur. --Bob (talk) 05:10, 30 September 2008 (EDT)

Matt did display this ability

He did. Thats most obvious. His eyes turn white and he looks all around. Or do i have to send you a screenshot to prove it?

  • Did we see him paint or see the future? No, we saw his eyes turn white. That's all we saw. This is not evidence of using the ability. See talk:precognition, where even I pondered over this.--Bob (talk) 14:20, 30 September 2008 (EDT)
  • User:Shadowulf1 18:17, 11 October 2008 (EDT)Precognition is the ability to see the future; painting is just one way to express this, but it is not a trademark of precognition, while the eyes turning white is.

Peter exposed

Hi. I posted this in the Peterexposed discussion, but I also wanted to pose it directly, since you made the switch, and I'm not sure anyone will respond (I hope that's ok...?):

I think Clairsentience should be listed, as Sylar was likely with radius of Peter (based on a comparison of his distance to DL, Micah, and Molly), even though he wasn't actually in the bank. There's nothing to indicate that walls interfere with Peter's ability. Stevehim 23:06, 3 October 2008 (EDT)

  • It's more speculative to try to figure out where Sylar was than to remove it. For a long time, we left off phasing and technopathy because we didn't know how far his range was, but when he demonstrated it in Lizards, then we listed it. It's better to not speculate than to fix something later.--Bob (talk) 10:48, 4 October 2008 (EDT)


User:Shadowulf1 19:49, 6 October 2008 (EDT) I have something to ask. Do you know how to keep pages from being edited (like the edition of fan powers into Fan powers/Archive ? And if so, does the same process for edition occlusion work on activatingevolution? I would love to help protect some pages from being vandalized and Im sure I could use the help of a sysop, mod, admin or whatever your important role is (srry I forget). --Shadowulf1 19:49, October 6, 2008

  • Only administrators can protect articles. has no active administrators so you're out of luck. There's simply nothing you can do, the few people active there have no tools that the spambots don't also have. (Admin 19:55, 6 October 2008 (EDT))
    • User:Shadowulf1 18:16, 11 October 2008 (EDT) Are there specific tools you need? Or is there a process you could undergo? I need a bit of help, and Im sure someone knows what Im talking about.
      • What Admin is saying is that the site is poorly run, in that the administrators there aren't active. If they were more active (like this site), then they could patrol/protect pages to ensure quality, but they don't. --Bob (talk) 18:18, 11 October 2008 (EDT)
        • User:Shadowulf1 10:03, 13 October 2008 (EDT) No offense, but that's not really answering my question. I need to know if there's anything I could do to protect the site? I'm well aware that the site is poorly run, but is only the admin capable of fixing this? Are the functions required only available on the admin's computer?
          • To answer your question, there is nothing you can do about it. Only the admin is capable of fixing it. (Admin 10:07, 13 October 2008 (EDT))

Arg I hate Cox Communications

So they aired the Saints game on NBC, even though it was Monday Night Football, which was aired on ESPN. This wouldn't be so bad if a) I didn't have cable (which I did), b) I didn't go to the game (which I did), and c) I was recording Heroes (which I was). So I haven't seen 3x04, and Hulu doesn't have it up (I don't have G4 and NBC doesn't support Ubuntu for some reason, I've emailed them since last week, and no response so far). So I won't patrol or look around until I see the episode, unfortunately. So if you need me, I'll be back later until NBC learns that some people want to watch their shows legally, even though they can get them otherwise. They should fix this.--Bob (talk) 01:37, 7 October 2008 (EDT)


  • I'm pleased to see you didn't assume the company Dr. Zimmerman referred to is the same Company as we've dealt with already. I originally assumed that it was The Company like others, but then realized that the company could very well be a different one such as maybe the Pinehearst Company. (Admin 00:34, 9 October 2008 (EDT))
    • I have my doubts. He mentioned something about forgetting, but with the spoilers about a certain father making an appearance, and with the blurbs mentioning Pinehearst, I decided to just remove any mention of one particular company. I'm a bit interested as to what the whole Pinehearst thing is. The website hasn't given much, and the mentions in the GN and the pins in the episodes haven't given much either.--Bob (talk) 04:29, 9 October 2008 (EDT)

RE: Adam Monroe

I disagree with your revert. The edit was not done to add information about Sylar per se but to clarify the episode summary. As it currently stands, Sylar sounds like a villain; common census is he is supposed to be viewed as AP's ally. --Matchu 15:44, 10 October 2008 (EDT)

  • It's called perspective, and the note about Sylar doesn't belong on a page about Adam. --Bob (talk) 23:38, 10 October 2008 (EDT)
    • In which case, neither did any of it. But someone's already removed it. --Matchu 23:40, 10 October 2008 (EDT)


  • Hey. I notcied you removed whitespace off a page a day or two ago, and was wondering how you did it (and how to add it too would be useful to know). I can't find anything on it in the help sections, and I couldn't figure out what was done by comparing the before and after versions of the page you edited either. I was working on the Timeline:Possible Futures page, and there's a ton of whitespace in the explosion future section that should probably be removed. Thanks. Stevehim 13:49, 11 October 2008 (EDT)
    • When you're viewing a page from the edit view, you'll notice that there's a bunch of lines that are just nothing. If you hit the down arrow and the cursor moves, then there are line breaks with no content, so they create whitespace. To remove it, just delete it. There's no need to really add whitespace.--Bob (talk) 14:19, 11 October 2008 (EDT)
      • Gotcha. Thanks. It actually turns out that the space was there because of the size of the toc, so I'm guessing there's no way to remove it. Ah well. Thanks again for the help though. Stevehim 14:25, 11 October 2008 (EDT)


I'm having a little trouble with User:Citizen. I just asked him to please stop reverting my talk page edits and he started with the personal attacks. Can you break this up please? Thanks. TheEvilNoob 20:51, 11 October 2008 (EDT)

  • It appears that it has stopped (I wasn't around when the issue was occurring). Looking at the edit history, it appears that he was undoing you clearing his talk page, which is the correct move. Talk pages are not something for you to clear, but the user page is yours to freely edit. The two of you shouldn't get into edit conflicts, but it appears that your tussle is over. --Bob (talk) 13:48, 12 October 2008 (EDT)

RE:Maury + notes

True, it wasn't shown on the show. But quite a few characters "notes" sections contain reference to 'outside' work (interviews, deleted scenes, hero blogs etc). Should those be deleted or is it because Maury's section would effect the Hero's storyline? --Matchu 15:09, 12 October 2008 (EDT)

  • The note from the interview is a note, and should be in the notes section. The episode history is for events that occur on screen. Since we didn't see him escape, then it doesn't go in the episode history.--Bob (talk) 15:11, 12 October 2008 (EDT)
    • My mistake! Thought it was *in* the notes section. Should I put it there until the next episode / an episode where Maury returns? --Matchu 15:13, 12 October 2008 (EDT)
      • I think that it'll be resolved soon enough (hopefully the next episode), so we'll see tomorrow. It's already noted in the level 5 escapees page, so it's on the site.--Bob (talk) 15:17, 12 October 2008 (EDT)

Camera gaffes and the such

  • Do we put things like camera gaffes in the notes section (eg - in I Am Become Death, Knox is holding Noah around the neck, then at arm's length, then back around the neck)? Stevehim 16:04, 12 October 2008 (EDT)
    • There's a bloopers page, but it still needs maintenance. Minor gaffes and production errors normally aren't noted on episode pages. It's something irrelevant to the plot. If it's something significant, then it can be, but this is something minor, so I don't think it belongs on the episode page.--Bob (talk) 16:36, 12 October 2008 (EDT)

Stephen Canfield

Hey, Bob. Thanks for your message. But the name "matter obliteration" is the correct terminology, according to my cousin. Who exactly has the right to name the ability when it comes out? Thanks.--ACDC1989 04:04, 13 October 2008 (EDT)

  • User:Shadowulf1 10:05, 13 October 2008 (EDT) I'd like to know the same thing. How come certain people get to decide what is a good name for an ability? Where is the ability naming convention held, Bob?

Exactly. ACDC, I don't know who your cousin is, but (no offense) what he calls it doesn't mean it's what we call it. When it's on air, we can then decide based upon our naming conventions. We've had this system in place for a while, and there's a lot of people who don't like specific names, but it removes any speculation on what the power it. Freezing and melting are some of the more debated names, but if you look at their talk pages, you can see the reasoning behind those names. --Bob (talk) 16:02, 13 October 2008 (EDT)


I don't feel like torturing the community again by bringing this to their full attention without proper clarification first. In Petrified Lightning, when Peter murmurs, "Lightning! Lightning!" under his breath, I interpret it as him attempting to call his power out, but I don't think he's naming it. It would be as if Meredith was saying, "Fire! Fire!" to try and start one in her hands, but she's not naming the name. Peter wouldn't say, "Generate electricity! Generate electricity!" That's the only GN instance I can think of that might have named it. I don't have access to Four Months Ago..., do you know if you can find the direct quote that Admin said gave lightning? Therequiembellishere 21:27, 14 October 2008 (EDT)

  • It's Peter trying to recall the ability as well, calling it "lightning". Read up on the discussion Ryan and myself had to see my opinion, but I find that something the user names has some importance. The assignment tracker map is incorrect in a lot of places, so I don't fully trust it, especially since they seem to just move user-created tips to their tracker tips. That being said, Peter has called it "lightning" on air and in the GN, so it's not just him trying to recall it once, he's done it several times. --Bob (talk) 21:40, 14 October 2008 (EDT)
    • That the discussion at Help:Naming conventions, right? Yeah, I got to read that. I just don't think Peter's naming the ability. And yeah, the map is very inaccurate so I wasn't sure of its canonicity, as the tracker files we know are approved, but the map seems to be more lax. I think it should be an interview question someday. Should I ask RGS for some episode transcripts? Therequiembellishere 21:48, 14 October 2008 (EDT)
      • I think trying to recall something is the same thing as naming it. No one has yet to yell/say anything in particular when trying to recall an ability, but to compare it to anything isn't the same since it hasn't happened. Peter's in a very strange situation, and I believe he's just yelling what he calls it in the hope that it happens again. As for the transcript, literally what happens is Peter's in the back of the pub putting his hand out a bunch of times yelling "lightning", then Caitlin walks in and asks him if that's how he makes it happen.--Bob (talk) 21:50, 14 October 2008 (EDT)
        • I must sound resolutely stubborn, but it still sounds like my Meredith analogy. Therequiembellishere 21:58, 14 October 2008 (EDT)
  • The name of the graphic novel is Petrified Lightning. In Kindred, Peter says, "Lightning!" while trying to access his power (just like in the graphic novel). Caitlin says, "it's a shame you can't order lightning up like a plate of chips." In Fight or Flight, Caitlin asks, "How do you shoot lightning from your hands?" In Four Months Later..., Peter tells Elle, "Maybe there's more to you than the whole sadistic lightning thing." In contrast, the only time the word "electricity" is used in the entirety of Season Two is when Noah says to Elle, "The human brain isn't built to take that much electricity," referring to the testing/torture the Company did to her (Cautionary Tales). Hope that helps a bit. And I don't think it's about being stubborn, I think it's about trying to come to a place of understanding, and simply having an opinion. -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 22:37, 14 October 2008 (EDT)
    • I guess my opinions stuck. They still sound more descriptive than definitive. Oh, well. If TPTB wish to fully please us, they'll know that almost every major and supporting evolved human will need a tracker file by the end of the series. They might need to use more letters though. Therequiembellishere 22:48, 14 October 2008 (EDT)
      • I understand where you're coming from, but our naming convention for abilities is made to not be subjective, but to document what has been shown on screen, and Peter called it that, then the GN reaffirms this. Heroes Evolutions is great, but their content can be a bit shaky, and that's why it's near-canon. I really trust the AT 2.0 though, it seems that someone on the writing staff is overseeing the content. Probably Oliver Grigsby since he's one of the bigger nerds on the staff.--Bob (talk) 22:54, 14 October 2008 (EDT)
        • Then Ollie is my hero. :) (Admin 22:55, 14 October 2008 (EDT))
        • I think the Evolutions staff have a rule that they need sixty-five green lights before they can do a tracker on a episodic character. Oliver seems like the kind of perons who has everyone done and ready to go and is just waiting for them to be put up. Therequiembellishere 22:58, 14 October 2008 (EDT)

2 cents?

Would you mind putting your 2 cents in here at the naming conventions page? Thanks --SacValleyDweller (talk) 02:44, 15 October 2008 (EDT)

Sylar Articles

I expanded on List of articles related to Sylar, but there are still many articles that could be put into the list. I think the difference between a list and a related article page is defined at Category:Related Articles Pages. I deleted your request to delete the page since there was no discussion on the topic at all. --Pinkkeith 14:37, 16 October 2008 (EDT)

What is std format?

I read the comment thingy where you un-did the image, forgive my noobish question but what do you mean? TheEvilNoob 14:19, 18 October 2008 (EDT)

  • Oh never mind, I figure it's an abbreviation for standard TheEvilNoob 14:21, 18 October 2008 (EDT)
    • See help:standard size. -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 14:24, 18 October 2008 (EDT)
      • Ty my friend TheEvilNoob 14:26, 18 October 2008 (EDT)
        • No problem. It's good that you're trying to find a better image, but like I said, if we're patient, I'm sure we're going to get a much better look at his ability, which will also help us name it.--Bob (talk) 14:31, 18 October 2008 (EDT)

Probably not a big deal

  • On the ability heredity page, the blurb about Nathan, Peter and Sylar still implies that Arthur is Sylar's dad (since father's is singular possessive and status is singular), though it's probably not that big of a deal. Also, on the Petrelli's family tree pic it has Sylar as Arthur's son, but I don't know how to (or even if I can) edit it. Stevehim 16:58, 18 October 2008 (EDT)
    • Ah, I didn't see the note about the father, but I fixed it. I also noticed the family tree when it was updated, but I'm not sure how to fix that. Ryan normally does it, so you might want to message him. But I rephrased the aspect of the father on the heredity page (I was more focused on the comment about the mother, which they all share). Thanks.--Bob (talk) 17:11, 18 October 2008 (EDT)


So my roommate left, and he had the internet under his name, so I won't have internet for the next few days. I'll make sure I take some notes tonight and get to it once I get it back. Thanks.--Bob (talk) 16:20, 20 October 2008 (EDT)

Whenever you get a chance, I was wondering if you could weigh in on this (Empathic Mimicry questions) when you get a chance, since I know you discussed something similar on the Petermimicked talk page. Thanks. --Stevehim 16:38, 22 October 2008 (EDT)


  • Ando both compared him to AND called Hiro Spock in Genesis:

"I have discovered powers beyond any mere mortal."

"Right. You and Spock.'

"Yes. Like Spock. Exactly."

"Hey, Spock! Use your 'death grip.' Spock! The 'death grip'!

- Hiro, Ando (Genesis)

If we're considering Pikachu (which was used only once) a nickname, I don't see why Spock wouldn't qualify. --Stevehim 23:38, 9 November 2008 (EST)

  • I wouldn't consider any of the listed nicknames as actual nicknames since Hiro doesn't go by them, but "carp" would seem to be the best since Hiro acknowledges the name when Adam called him that. But "Spock" is certainly not one.--Bob (talk) 23:42, 9 November 2008 (EST)
    • I would agree that Carp is the only one that belongs there (and I think it is a real nickname), but if the others are there, there's no reason not to list Spock as well. What do we use to qualify as a nickname? Sylar doesn't answer to Boogeyman or Brain Man, but both are listed, and Pete doesn't really get called Petey. I have no problem keeping Spock off of Hiro's page, but if it isn't there, then Timewarp and Pikachu certainly don't belong, as they fall into the same category (ie - another character using it once). --Stevehim 23:46, 9 November 2008 (EST)

Welcome back!

Welcome back to the land of the living! -- RyanGibsonStewart (talk) 23:53, 9 November 2008 (EST)

  • Thanks. Just using the internet on my parents' computer, but tomorrow I should be fully moved into my new place, and I'll be up and running.--Bob (talk) 23:57, 9 November 2008 (EST)
    • Welcome back, Bob. Is your new place in NO? I was happy to see that NO was spared the brunt of the previous storm that went that way. I'm eying Paloma cautiously atm.--MiamiVolts (talk) 01:34, 10 November 2008 (EST)
      • Yeah, it's out in Kenner, but still in the NO metro area. I also have internet back (thank god), so I'm gonna get cracking now.--Bob (talk) 22:25, 10 November 2008 (EST)


Thanks, I didn't know who else was an admin, the only ones I knew were RGS and Admin, now I know that you're and Ted are too. In a way, having my page targeted by a vandal is a good sign, it means I'm doing my job right. Intuitive Empath 15:51, 21 November 2008 (EST)

User pages

I was making a user pgae for my friend who was with me. I made in my name by accident. - User:Biohazard, 21:15GMT

Statistical curiosity

I just checked the site statistics, and with the current number of registered members, 0.07% are administrators. Funny isn't it? By the way, I agree, nous devons laisser les bons temps rouler. Intuitive Empath - Talk - Contributions 16:48, 24 November 2008 (EST)

Not on TV....again...

NBC's airing the Monday Night game again, so I won't be on here until I see it. Hopefully Hulu will get it on their site soon.--Bob (talk) 21:25, 24 November 2008 (EST)


I tried to put a new pic for powerless but need help instanly! Gabriel Bishop

Re:Talk pages

What? I haven't touched any pages at all, the only edit I've made is adding the "Kinetic Projection" idea for Trevor's ability Unless I accidentally deleted the whole thing? =/?


hi, please could you tell me how i can create a user name for my fan creation and how to contribute to the writing of volume 4 to come...

are you former military?

I get that impression from this old pic of you. Are you?--SacValleyDweller (talk) 22:27, 11 December 2008 (EST)

  • Uh, sorta. I was in Air Force ROTC in college. I was training to be an officer in the Air Force, but I'm no longer associated with them. I was in ROTC for 4 years, and should have commissioned, but Hurricane Katrina set me back a year, then some other stuff happened.--Bob (talk) 04:08, 12 December 2008 (EST)