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Well; it's probably a good thing that the Cyrillic alphabet doesn't have a character that looks like a backwards 4 when it comes to this article; it has been a habit of some Wikipedians to misuse the Cyrillic letter that looks like a backwards R in HOMR and the Cyrillic letter that looks like a backwards N in Nine Inch Nails. Georgia guy 23:39, 11 April 2007 (UTC)