One of the best innovations to emerge in the information age has been Wikipedia. The crowdsourced virtual encyclopedia offers a ridiculous amount of information on any subject, all for free.
But because anyone can edit the info as they wish, the moderators and editors are VERY quick to jump on anything they see as a lie, subjective, or just bad information.
But that doesn’t mean a few things don’t fall through the cracks.
If you act quickly, you’ll be able to enjoy your edit with fake information before it gets taken down.
You find these awesome examples on Wikipedia anymore, but thankfully someone was there to screenshot the ridiculous “facts” while they were still up.
Arkansas can’t be happy about this.
Someone clearly doubts his professional accomplishments.
This happened just a few days ago, and was a dig on the Bears GM’s questionable draft moves.
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