Did you know...
- ...that PubMed is a tool of "the Federal Reserve System, Oil money, European aristocracy, Citigroup, and so on", and is therefore no more reliable of a source than a self-published conspiracy-theory website selling fraudulent medical devices?
- ...that a review article in Annals of Internal Medicine can be dismissed as the work of "an aging abortionist trying to encourage other doctors to join the club", if a single-purpose agenda account says so?
- ...that WP:WEIGHT is just an excuse used by editors who misunderstand consensus, and who are analagous to Holocaust deniers?
- ...that I am prone to hissy fits directed at innocent editors who only want to replace New York Times citations with AIDS denialist material?
- ...that I am the sort of stubborn minded recalcitrant who would have enthusiastically burned Galileo and Copernicus at the stake?
- ...that when a medical device has been shown to be ineffective or dangerous, the most likely explanation (which Wikipedia should reflect) is that information on its effectiveness has been suppressed by a conspiracy of pharmaceutical companies and the American Medical Association?
- ...that the best defense is a good offense if anyone ever questions any aspect of your conduct?
- ...that the spirit of 3RR entitles you to "take full advantage of the rule as you see fit" and to "revert up to three times a day if you have the stamina for it"?
- ...that if your disruptive IP editing results in an article being semi-protected, the next step is to register an account and pass the four days with lengthy, legalistic talk page posts addressed to the jury?
- ...that I am a sockpuppet of Jayjg, SlimVirgin, and jpgordon?
- ...that I should resign?