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February 2013[edit]

Welcome, and thank you for your attempt to lighten up Wikipedia. However, this is an encyclopedia and the articles are intended to be serious, so please don't make joke edits, as you did to Peter Dinklage. Readers looking for accurate information will not find them amusing. If you'd like to experiment with editing, try the sandbox, where you are given a good deal of freedom in what you write. DBaK (talk) 23:36, 28 February 2013 (UTC)

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Wikipedia is not an encyclopedia. It is a series of sandbox pages on with (mis)information on various topics. It is policed by moderators/administrators with non-NPOV on many of the topics that they exert power over. It doesn't allow for original research. That begs the question- how was the information obtained without being researched first? Who better to add content than the researcher? Oh right, because it's an anonymous sandbox, not an encyclopedic medium, and you can't be certain whether an "expert" is an OCD 13-year-old or a trained scientist. One need only look at your username to see what kind of people control Wikipedia.
And as for the "accurate" information you refer to, I did nothing to change the accuracy of the article, only the tone of a single sentence. I'm not going to bother reverting or attempting to add any joy or factual non-sequiturs to the tedium of Wikipedia. It's clear humor is a foreign and to-be-feared concept, as is the concept that it's not actually an encyclopedia. [1]. I probably linked that incorrectly, but it's sad to know that Wikipedia still hasn't changed. See also [2]. Thank you for reminding me that the mentally ill run this site.
For your sanity's sake, I suggest you find a better addiction than Wikipedia editing. It's depressing to see that you "quit" before only to rejoin society's rejects in defining socially-(un)important topics, like seeing a drug addict realize finally get clean only to relapse again. This site is based on utter nonsense (who defines NPOV?) and should be allowed to die. Knowing the right thing to do is the first step. Best of luck to you, sir. (talk) 01:07, 1 March 2013 (UTC)