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 If you wanted a 'wikipedia' answer... wouldn't you just go to wikipedia...?

Answer i agree wholeheartedly, someone asked a question "who remembers this famous show" and i answered it cause i remembered it and said about some of my memories from the show, but best answer went to t... Read More »
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If someone wanted to, couldn't they just delete all the wikipedia pages?

Besides the automatic and manual means of reverting mass page blankings (abuse filter, anti-vandalism bots, and editors monitoring "Recent changes" and watchlists and related changes) there is an a... Read More »
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Is Wikipedia the answer to everything?

It's not even the answer to the question you just asked.
http://answers.yahoo.com//question/index?qid=20110121103617AAcnVeh

How do I answer a Wikipedia message?

Hi there. First, you need to know the name of the user who gave you this warning. This can usually be found right after the message that he gave you on your talk page. Look at the top right corn... Read More »
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Which is the best for information, answer.com or wikipedia.org?

wikipedia...i use it for projects, learning, or to look up new music/albums when u type in a band/rapper/singer's name.
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