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  1. TISO

    TISO New Member

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    Check this out:
    http://www.conservapedia.com/Main_Page

    Entire site look like it is run by bunch of 10 year olds with no history knowledge and bad spelling.
    Their entrys:
    Russian civil war their entire entry:
    They missed the century (100 years up or down who gives a shit)

    Spanish - American war (entire entry):
    Not even a time frame. btw it was ammended yesterday as previous entry was:
    Ouch someone doesn't know what is he talking about.

    Bill Clinton (this one was obviously written by a traitor/mole/snake in conservapedia busom):
    Panzer (entire entry):
    Otto von Bismarck (entire entry):
    Since Otto lived from April 1, 1815 to July 30, 1898, he must have been quite a guy to command the Germany with tender age of 2.

    Luftwaffe (entire entry):
    I can only LMAO. BTW his english teacher should spank his arse.
     
  2. Siberian Black

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    I agree. They didn't happen to have a guest book did they? *plots evilly....with tenty plotting fingers*

    Edit: this might explain at least some of the crap:

    Conservapedia began in November 2006, as the class project for a World History class of 58 advanced homeschooled and college-bound students meeting in New Jersey.

    that's part of the 'about' section.....note they have no privacy policy or a general disclaimer (at least wiki has that). there's also a part in that which states:
    .......they got a stinking long way to go.
     
  3. Canadian_Super_Patriot

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    Looks like some hardcore protestants got hold of some of that stuff. Btw, 30% of US is catholic. What a bad site.
     
  4. Stix

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    Priceless!
    About the Hindenburg zeppelin;
    Whatever started the fire you can be sure the hydrogen did the rest as hydrogen will ignite from almost any spark and a wee bit of oxygen, regardless what the skin is made of.

    Or "covenant'
    I see how the bible reference is far more relevant then mentioning that it can be used to describe a group of people.

    Correction; it has the properties of both a wave and a particle.
    Also it applies to electrons as well and possibly more "particles".

    Hostility to Christianity and political bias? :eek: What kind of schools are we discussing here?

    http://www.conservapedia.com/Betweennes ... ts_Theorem
    Though I can't deny it's correct I fail to see why you should create a formula for something a 10 year old can realize.

    That's it, this stuff obviously comes from elementary school books, I'm done.
     
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    all i have to say is "you got to be kidding me"
     
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    Sir Isaac Newton (entire entry):
    Highliting by me.
    I rest my case.
     
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    Sorry to rain on your parade here but these two entries, if concise, are entirely accurate.

    Still...

    On the Ardennes Offensive (for which no article exists, only one called "Battle of the Bulge"...)
    And I enjoy this one greatly:
    http://www.conservapedia.com/Special:Se ... ruth&go=Go
    :grin:
     
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    this whole website sounds like it was written by steven colbert
     
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    I actually sent them an e-mail, advising them to find some content and style editors.

    I've not heard back, surprisingly...
     
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    Well, I'd set up an account and see if we could um....help 'em out. ( :roll: ) But apparently they aren't taking new members. Where was that e-mail thingee, Tom?
     
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    Colbert owns !!!
     
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    if it were written by colbert it would be funny at least...this stuff is mostly just pathetic .. can just anyone start up their own wikpidia and re write all the worlds knowledge...?
     
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    azabuv

    Errrrrrr! I have noticed it on some posts on this Forum! :D
     
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    Owns what?
     
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    owns means hes awesome, pretty much. owns also means to dominate or "rules". you know what im getting at ?

    I take it ur not 25 or under :D

    teen slang lol
     
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    the guys at il2 say PAWNED oh i so much pawned you...i thought it was mabey from chess lingo ....
     
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    There's a button in there somewhere for "CONTACT," but I can't recall of the top o' me noggin exactly which page it was on.
     
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    :eek: I go to a public school and i can spell better than those idiots.
     
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    Nothing like a good old diehard Creationist to provide entertainment. :grin:

    Quote:
    The Da Vinci code is a detective-style thriller centering on Robert Langdon, a “symbologist” who is summoned to help solve a murder committed at the Louvre museum in Paris. (Incidentally, there is no such thing as a symbologist.)

    Hahaha! HAHA! Even though I hate the book (for the same reasons that I hate King Kong), Robert Langdon was a professor of religous symbology, not a "symbologist".

    :lol:
     

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