There ya go. He went and married Halle, and didn't keep his maiden name.
Sheesh, and the guy complains about accuracy.
To repeat: Dave Berry?
Boy (girl), it is a good thing that most of us leave our comments turned off, stopping the free exchange of ideas and discussion.
Lord forbid that we write our own opinions on the semi-coherent anti right ramblings of the MSM's.
Enough sarcasm in that comment? Oh, wait. Most do not allow comments. My Bad!!
Seriously - Is there anyone out there who refers to a blog as a "wiki"? Like - "Yeah, man, I was checking out this really cool wiki over the weekend."
This guy writes for the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner? I think his brain is frozen. He needs to get a gig at the Miami Herald but quick!
Makes me wonder whether mr hill has some deal with Wikipedia. I think I am pretty Internet(s) savvy, and I have never heard the term "Wiki" before.
Mr. Hill is correct on one point: garbage in, garbage out. He did a wonderful job in demonstrating this. He does take a nice jab at the MSM's ability to produce garbage, if ye get my meaning :)
Actually, I found this because I was curious about where the term "Wikipedia" came from--what the root word was.
I swear, though: Apparently if someone posts inaccurate information at Wikipedia it takes around five minutes for it to be corrected; that's not bad.
Onnnnne morrrrrrrrre thinnnnnnng...
Did the author of this hog wallow consider the thousands of teen-run Livejournals that have open comments so that emo kids can all engage in their weird little cyber group-hugs?
They count, as well. Sadly enough.
Oh yeah, and Wikipedia is a target because it's the most successful serious internet attempt at accuracy and jazz. If we're going to go with the "THE INTERNETS R INNACURETE OH NOES" meme, we have to hit the big, respected guns, won't we?
Why am I referring to a third party in the first person plural?
Yeah, they do do a pretty good job at that site. I have run across it many a time when looking for some documentation. It is funny when one searches "moonbat." Also, Democratic Underground looks like it was almost written by them. Sorry, no Little Miss Attila. But, no Right Wing News, either. However, you can actually write one yourself there.
And David's lips are lock't, but in divine
High piping, Pelevi, with "Wine! Wine! Wine!
Red wine!—the Nightingale cries to the Rose,
That yellow cheek of hers to incarnadine.
Come, fill the Cup, and in the Fire of Spring
The Winter Garment of Repentance fling:
The Bird of Time has but a little way
To fly—and lo, the Bird is on the Wing.
See if you can place that quote. (And I don't want to hear either "where do you want it placed?" or any of the obscene possibilities.)