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Where exactly is Murphy located ? I stumbled on him once when I was looking for the family, but forgot his location....
I noticed the aricle said there was a pre-war theme for the Megaton house, I never found one with Moira. Is it for Tenpenny Tower.
- It is also for Megaton, you must talk to Moira "Tell me about the Themes" then express interrest for the Pre-War Theme and it will be available for buying...MiquelXY 08:52, 27 November 2008 (UTC)
Calvin and Hobbes
I just saw a cereal called Sugar Bombs in an old Calvin and Hobbes comic.
Anyone else addicted to collectin' these?--Drsalvador 12:34, 7 August 2009 (UTC)
Do we really need a locations list as these are spread throughout the wastes, the pitt and point lookout?--Kingclyde 17:35, 18 August 2009 (UTC)
Well yeah, I mean you need them to get Ultra-Jet, so finding them is pretty important.
Kellogg's Sugar Smacks
In 1953, Kellogg's Cereal introduced Sugar Smacks - a cereal that contained 56% sugar by weight. Quite the sugar bomb as a matter of fact.
Does anyone feel this is a strong reference in relation to Sugar Bombs?
--Mattan138 00:04, November 11, 2009 (UTC)
- No. The packaging and advertising styles are generically similar to those of the 1950s, as is most of the packaging and advertising in the game. And Sugar Bombs does not equal Sugar Smacks.--Gothemasticator 21:01, November 10, 2009 (UTC)
- Obviously, Sugar Bombs does not equal Sugar Smacks. I'm saying Sugar Smacks is the only 1950s cereal that is like Sugar Bombs in more than one way - name, era, and, by pop-cultural definition, a sugar bomb in itself.--Mattan138 00:04, November 11, 2009 (UTC)
Editing the page
There's something strange going on between Firefox(Linux) and the editor for this page. It keeps inserting a line break between "Underworld" and "in Carol", it also used to insert a line break between "Calvert Mansion" and the "(PL)" that used to be there.
Doing that puts the part after the break (a CR, not a
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Arisian 04:11, January 11, 2010 (UTC)
- It is probably the editor. One way to avoid the problem is to always make edits in wiki-text. When you call up the editing window, click "Source" in the upper right-hand corner of the window. Otherwise, just remember to always use the "Preview" button before saving your edit.--Gothemasticator 05:06, January 11, 2010 (UTC)