LNH: The Daily LNH Wiki Entry Spotlight #9
pwerdna at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 17:40:23 PDT 2015
On 8/6/2015 11:54 PM, Scott Eiler wrote:
> Okay, I respect Halls of Fame, even if I just visit later. It's probably time
> to polish up some of the winners' Wiki entries, though. For instance... If
> "Jellomancer" got one of these awards, where's its commemorative plaque? And
> did the September 11 issue of Limp-Asparagus Boy really win a 2009 award?
Absolutely! The Hall of Fame is for what people *remember* - "what has stood the
test of time", as you mention, is the entire point. (And augh. There's so much
of the LNH that needs added to the wiki. It's like a five-alarm fire and all
I've got is a teacup, sometimes. @-@)
> Before we vote anything else into the Hall of Fame, it will be good to consider
> which of the previous inductees have stood the test of time. Some obviously
> have; even I hear about "wReam" all the time. Others, not so much... I leave
> it at that.
There are a couple entries I'd disagree with as necessarily being as good as
people remember them (though, to be fair, I've never actually read Golden
LNH-Men), but I think all of them are, at least, influential?
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, someone needs to do an Omega retrospective.
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