- 1 "And the fraud of wikipedia goes on..."
- 2 "Mysterious and unknowable rules"
- 3 September 2013
- 4 Disambiguation link notification for November 25
- 5 Nomination of Stewart Chen (politician) for deletion
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- 7 Speedy deletion nomination of Death of Raymond Zack
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- 9 Reliable sources
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"And the fraud of wikipedia goes on..."
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2007/03/07/financial/f115701S13.DTL Mowster 20:52, 7 March 2007 (UTC)
"Mysterious and unknowable rules"
Attn interested readers: Prior to quitting, this guy actually got some of his Wikipedia gripes printed in the local paper!
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Nomination of Stewart Chen (politician) for deletion
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Speedy deletion nomination of Death of Raymond Zack
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Re your edit here:
- Please don't mark reverts or other major edits as "minor edits."
- None of these cited sources is reliable (see WP:RS):
- One is an undergraduate blog post created as part of a class project.
- Another is a web forum.
- The last is an opinion piece by an obscure commentator in a fringe-y blog.
- What exactly is your problem with it? The very existence of this links proves that "People across the United States blogged or commented about the event, expressing shock" - it's not the content, but the *presence* that verifies that people "blogged or commented." Not to mention any number of citable news articles.