User talk:Canuckistani

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Please do not add nonsense to Wikipedia. It is considered vandalism. If you would like to experiment, use the sandbox. Thank you. CanadianCaesar Et tu, Brute? 05:17, 8 March 2007 (UTC) Are you insane? This article is already complete nonsense - have you even read it? The article cites Ashton Kuchner in the Movie "Dude Where is My Car?" My brother and I were laughing like crazy at this article - I suppose we preferred to believe that there was an intelligence behind the absurdity. Please please don't take that away. The additions I made were NOT vandalism - my submission was written in good faith in consideration of what we assumed was joke. And humour is really the best "good faith" there is. I suppose according to a strict interpretation of the rules and or purpose of Wikipedia - this article would have to be deleted. This word has absolutely NO currency except for wikipedia - no one is concerned about it - etc. But the word and this article are worthwhile because they reveal the absurdity of this type thinking and point implicitly to that other phantasy word "anti-americanism."

Commentary in article History of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt[edit]

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