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Lisa finds a reminder from Homer that says Dino is the abbreviation of Dinosaur and he should look for it in Wikipedia. October 14, Snake tells his girlfriend to kill the man who changed his biography on Wikipedia.
November 25, Sideshow Bob complains about loading time as he looks up a Shakespeare reference on Wikipedia. April 27, Bart argues with Homer using Wikipedia; Homer plans to edit the page February 10, Frylock curses Wikipedia after believing false information pertaining to killing zombies.
October 2, Cavemen: August 4, Psych: Wikipedia" and is judged incorrect. January 23, The television show references Wikipedia in the episode when Veronica looks up the origins of the color manila. February 18, American Dad!
April 5, The Office: He then states in an interview that "Wikipedia is the best thing ever. Anyone in the world can write anything they want about any subject, so you know you are getting the best possible information.
Several articles, such as oxygenlibrarian and Stephen Colbert, were locked to prevent vandalism shortly after the episode aired.
May 25, Maher jokingly claims to have used Wikipedia in researching the misdeeds of past U. Bush administration is the worst in history. August 5, McDonald says that "Wikipedia is one of the most trusted websites in the world" and that, according to its entry on itselfWikipedia was founded by Ken Dodd in Jeff Garlin finishes off by saying that Wikipedia should not be taken seriously.
September 26, Dancing with the Stars US season 5 On an episode which aired on September 26,a satirical mini-documentary was featured in the show exploring the history of dance.
The fake history of dance was concluded with the phrase, "You can look it up — I just made an entry in Wikipedia. When he died, journalists failed to check the fact, and it was reported as fact in The TimesThe Guardian and by the BBCwhich was made worse by the fact that the BBC had been in trouble for faking some TV programmes.
October 20, Have I Got a bit More News for Youepisode Ian Hislop again attacks Wikipedia, in the extended repeat of the episode shown the night before, but was cut out of the original broadcast.
You just wait for it to come up. November 2, Have I Got News for Youepisode When guest presenter Jo Brand is introducing comedy writer and performer Andy Hamiltonshe says, "And with Paul Merton tonight is a full-time professional English darts player, whose nickname is "The Hammer" and who is currently ranked seventh in the world.
I know, I was surprised as well, but I looked him up on Wikipedia.Mar 12, · Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart () is commonly read as a testimony of the cultural confrontation during the period of British colonialism. 1 For the non-African it . SRU featured in Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education rankings 9/6/ Slippery Rock University has once again been featured as among the best national colleges and universities in the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings.
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There is a story from when I was a small child and lived in Oakland, California, the city where I was born. One day, according to my mother, I disappeared, and my parents searched for me everywhere, inside the house and in the surrounding neighborhood.
This story was originally published on the discussion forum Expatexposed. A US migrant in New Zealand tells how grinding penny pinching becomes a way of life in NZ with nothing to compensate it, rather than a short term measure to get ahead.
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