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This story was hillarious. First it was on the news then it was circulated around the internet. I'm trying to find the sources right now. --Home Computer 21:59, 4 October 2006 (UTC)
leprechauns? seriously?! what a desprate attept at fame! what kind of fuckin moron would belive that?! maybe pixies are real too! faries even! ooh ooh, how about giant piggys?! but seriously, only a total idiot would make it up just to get on tv. -Reoko
This article is not about a valid myth or legend of North America. It was one "news" story by the mentioned television station. The mentioned websites featuring it are derogatory of African Americans from Crichton, this derogatory nature is arguably the reason for the popularity of the subject. It is not a notable subject and I have marked it with a notability tag. It also is in conflict with official policy: Wikipedia:What Wikipedia is not under Wikipedia is not an indiscriminate collection of information, specifically the subsection News reports. This article should again be considered for deletion, but as I am a resident of Mobile, I excuse myself from nominating it. Altairisfartalk 20:17, 10 December 2007 (UTC)