As to the satire on the French in Wikiality, it is indeed barely distinguishable from straightforward invective. But not everyone can be a satirist or can even understand what satire is -- i.e., saying one thing but meaning its opposite. Let's remember that satire demands writers capable of handling tone -- and readers capable of understanding it. I have had some students think Swift was seriously advocating eating Irish babies in A Modest Proposal because, as one remarked, "In those days, they didn't mess around" (which would have been a witty Colbertesque remark, had the student known any history).

Thank you, as with any "art form" just 'cuz you paint a naked chick climbing up a staircase, doesn't mean everyone else sees a naked chick climbing up a staircase. Nor will anyone get your joke about naked chicks climbing staircases...--WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer 18:24, 7 March 2007 (UTC)

Stephen's Ties Edit

Stephen is taking aim at the haters of freedom throughout the world. Each night we see him wearing an exquisite new tie, there what do you think of that axis of Achmadinijad. A cadre of left leaning despots never werar ties. Achmadinijad looks like he is on a perpetual casual friday. Chavez takes his on and off again, like a spoilt prep-school boy. Then there were Stalin, Mao, Ho Chi and Judas, the man who betrayed my Lord and Saviour. Stephen on the other hand wears the most exquisite ties which are almost exclusively gifts from his admirers, the other conservative pundits (Except Tucker Carson, he is saving his to play kinky auto-erotic asphyxiation games with his cat). Mannn i was on ambbinn when i wrote this please edit, my wrist aaaaaaa Anyway I love his ties but i bet my appartment would cost the same amount as one of his ties.

Formatting Edit

Any objections/reservations/contemplations/aspirations to making this more portaly-like?--GlennBecksAT**l (talk) 06:41, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

Not many people have posted here, I doubt anyone would notice...maybe a make-over is in order!--WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer 06:43, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

If we categorized articles (even without a template) that were posted on current events, we could have an automatically updating list of the recent current event projects or weekly collaborations on the community tube using the dynamic page list. This could also work for articles posted on sound advice. It'd probably only make it easier for us to be lazier and not have to update as much. Does this make any sense to do?--GlennBecksAT**l (talk) 21:16, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

Making categories dependent on templates reduces the chances of having MANY worthless categories (for example). By forcing people to create a template for their category, we are hopefully eliminating the chances of having another "Pages That Kick Ass" (or whatever the name was). As far as what goes on the page, do with it what you will, if someone wants to change it, or return to their old duties, they can!--WatchTVEatDonutDrinkBeer 21:33, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

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