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HomeStarRunner (Internet)

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Introduction

Homestar Runner is a popular Internet cartoon.
William G. Stewart, 22 October 2003

There is a video/computer game based on it — Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode 2: Strong Badia the Free.
John Wallacet, 22 November 2008

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Free Country, USA successor states

In the video/computer game Strong Bad’s Cool Game for Attractive People: Episode 2: Strong Badia the Free, the region of Free Country, USA, is split up into many small countries, most of which have flags that are shown in the game. Several have flags shown in large size (many of which must be found in the form of little souveneir flags that are shown close-up when collected or viewed). Several other countries have visible flags that are only shown in small size and are not important to the game’s story. These smaller flags may still be clearly visible enough for you to redraw or otherwise show on your site. A list of all flags in the game is listed below. All properly shown flags can be seen on this page

  • Properly shown flags
    • Bleak House
    • The Cheat and Tirerea
    • Concessionstan (aka Concessionstantinople)
    • Country
    • Homsar Reservation
    • Marzistar (aka Homezipan)
    • Pompomerania
    • Strong Badia
  • Minor flags (these are not shown on that page )
    • Frontseatzerland
    • Hatchbackistan
    • 50% Off Apple Pie Charts
    • Stickstenstein
    • Union of Socialist Soviet Repubricks
    • The People’s Republic of Front-au-Fence
    • Backfence Revolutionaries

John Wallacet, 22 November 2008

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Strongbadia

flag of Strongbadia
image by William G. Stewart

In the popular Internet cartoon Homestar Runner, the character Strong Bad rules over a vacant lot he calls "Strong Badia", which consists of little more than a section of fence, a tire leaning against the fence, a defaced stop sign with «Strong Badia Population: Tire» spray-painted on, and a flagpole with the "national" flag, as shown.
William G. Stewart, 22 October 2003


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