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I don't even know this guy but this article seems awfully biased. Or is it just me?
- In Finland, Matti Nykänen is widely considered a has-been, and is thought to have messed up his life. He is doing stupid things so fast that people have appealed to newspapers to stop writing articles about him. He was recently released from prison after being sentenced for beating his wife, and after 104 hours (less than five days), he beat her again. He's hopeless. — JIP | Talk 11:55, 30 September 2005 (UTC)
Vita est vitae.
- Mane usque ad iterum celebrare! - Cymydog Naakka 08:26, 6 Apr 2005 (UTC)
If there is any bias in this article, it is in favour of Matti. He's a drunken, highly violent wife-beating bastard bordering on total psychopathy. And this is all just factual analysis - my own opinion I dare not write here. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 184.108.40.206 (talk • contribs) .
I met him and competed against him. He is a jackass.
Keirf: Inarguably is an english word - I typed my edit comment too quickly - but the usual phrase used is "arguably".
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One of the greatest Finns
In 2004 the Finnish Public Broadcasting Service ran a selection of "the greatest Finn in history" and asked people to submit votes on anyone of their choice; the ten top names went to the final round. Nykänen landed at no.11. There were suggestions that he had actually made the top roster but had been pushed down because of the potential embarrassment of having this bad boy placed on the top list or even winning (the final awardee was the national hero Gustaf Mannerheim). ;) Strausszek (talk) 08:26, 4 December 2009 (UTC)
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