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2016-03-19 18:53
Wackapedia is on hiatus. Check out my current thingie, FanDumb.And for your Wikipedia needs, visit Ben Yates' Wikipedia blog Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
It's the game everyone remembers fondly and no one wants to play. With the old-timey tokens and penalty cards that seem to hail from the days of flicker reels and Tammany Hall (What is a "C… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
Did you know Wikipedia's entry on Festivus, the imaginary holiday invented by an imaginary person -- Seinfeld's Frank Costanza -- is longer than its entry on Presidents' Day (1848 words vs… Read More
2016-03-19 18:53
I stand before you as a mountaineer gazing up at a rock face. On the Matterhorn. Or Everest -- one of those real tough mountains. (The Matterhorn is tough, right?) I'm going to attempt to do… Read More
2006-02-11 00:14
Six Degrees of Procrastination: Mac.Macintosh : McIntosh apple : cultivar : portmanteau : Humpty Dumpty : Humpty DumptyismWho knew Humpty Dumpty was so procrastinatory? Turns out the term "H… Read More
2006-02-08 06:12
In honor of this year's duct tape prom dress contest (details here, gallery here) a few Wikifacts about the tape everyone loves to love.Why it's easy to rip: It was designed as a waterproof… Read More
2006-02-06 00:18
Eh, well, not exactly. I meant to play Six Degrees of Procrastination with Wikipedia's entry on the Childfree movement, but the movement itself is just so hilarious that I never got away fro… Read More
2006-02-04 08:30
Today for Six Degrees of Procrastination, I decided to start with the topic England, since it was mentioned on Wikipedia's main page. It took a while to avoid Tolkienian cul-de-sacs, but her… Read More
2006-02-02 19:45
In a weird convergence of obsessions (in this case, Finnish militaria and procrastination/productivity), I learned this week that Carl Mannerheim, Winter War general and creator of the Manne… Read More
2006-02-01 23:24
Thanks, U.S. Rep. Martin Meehan! By trying to lie in your Wikipedia entry, your staffers have prompted Wikipedia to politician-proof itself.THE STORY: The AP reports that "members of [the L… Read More

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