The ORIGINAL gathering place for a merry band of Three Percenters. (As denounced by Bill Clinton on CNN!)
God sees your good works and so do we...As for Wikipedia, I was just explaining to my husband last night how their definition of things must always be taken with spoonfuls of salt. They use the same tricks as lame-stream media such as spin, half-truths, omissions and yes, sometimes outright lies. Biographies are a bit tougher for them to toy with, but anything concerning history watch out!
To make progress, it is usually a good idea not to worry too much about who gets credit.
I have sometimes found myself on a page associated with a Wikipedia entry where the men & women "behind the curtain" discussed changes made to and deleted on the main Wikipedia page. I'm not sure if you can just "go there" or if I fell into some sort of warp space reserved the more important. But I would sure like to see the background page on this one.
Paul the Pompous Chatroom Commando said "To make progress, it is usually a good idea not to worry too much about who gets credit."Only thing you can take credit for is demoralizing people who might be incentivized to actually DO something productive to save the Republic peacefully while it still might be possible. Who are you to tell others that they must toil like sled dogs without even moral credit, let alone pay?If you're not a mole working for Bloomberg, you should be.
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