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Re: Conservapedia - Most Accurate Site On The Web*

Postby kaimason1 » Wed Apr 21, 2010 6:27 pm UTC

Tass wrote:Yay. I got an account. Strange, I would have thought Denmark had been totally banned a long time ago. I'll try to hold on to it for as long as possible, so I can make small edits.

It is curious how almost correct their articles about islam or even paganism are. It is apparently only atheism that they are against. I don't see how it becomes more okay not to believe in GOD, as long as you believe something else. The friendliness towards islam is of course explicable by stating that they actually do believe in the almighty and jesus, just have slightly different ideas about it - but pagans as well?


Read their article on Jesus.
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Postby philsov » Wed Apr 21, 2010 6:39 pm UTC

As I stated when this topic came up in N&A, look at their most viewed pages. This thing is getting more hits by people simply gawking at it instead of earnest people. Which... is a good thing really, but the number spread is just staggering.

Also:

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[snip]Conservatives understand that the basic moral character of a person is always relevant to an argument. Liberals and Atheists are outraged by examination of an individual's character, considering it to be a personal affront, mainly because they are moral relativists. Conservatives understand how important it is that those debating an issue be trustworthy, otherwise a true debate/discussion cannot happen. An immoral person is of course incapable of making a legitimate, intellectual, argument because they come from deceit, like Richard Dawkins.


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Postby Amarantha » Thu Apr 22, 2010 11:23 am UTC

Edit made. *waits for baneration*

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Postby JayAr » Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:41 pm UTC

Made an account, just going to lurk. Possibly editing the liberal article to something more.... propaganda like. Just see how long it takes for them to notice me.

EDIT: I just got my IP banned in 30 seconds for stating that the founding fathers were very liberal during their time.
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Postby Pesto » Thu Apr 22, 2010 5:55 pm UTC

You should have gone with something like "liberal bias in history text books often make many of the founding fathers out to be liberals".

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Postby SummerGlauFan » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:05 pm UTC

Hehe, someone should say that the abolition of slavery was a liberal idea.

That might get a whole country banned!
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Postby Jorpho » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:22 pm UTC

Clearly edits of that nature will get nowhere. I suggest:

"The founding fathers were staunch believers in conservative policies and were exemplary in their tireless efforts to stamp out liberal influence wherever it dared rear its head."

I have no idea if that's in any way true, but hey, I'm sure someone will correct it if that's the case, right?

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Postby kaimason1 » Thu Apr 22, 2010 7:40 pm UTC

SummerGlauFan wrote:Hehe, someone should say that the abolition of slavery was a liberal idea.

That might get a whole country banned!

I propose a game:

American Mission:
Spoiler:
OPERATION: BAN AMERICA

We American xkcders should try to get America banned, thus killing Conservapedia once and for all.
World Mission:
Spoiler:
OPERATION: BAN THE WORLD

As an alternative, nonamericans should try to get everywhere but America banned.
Lets see which we can do first: if we ban America, Americans win; if we ban the world, the nonamericans win!
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Postby Dason » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:37 pm UTC

Jorpho wrote:Clearly edits of that nature will get nowhere. I suggest:

"The founding fathers were staunch believers in conservative policies and were exemplary in their tireless efforts to stamp out liberal influence wherever it dared rear its head."

I have no idea if that's in any way true, but hey, I'm sure someone will correct it if that's the case, right?

Done.
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Postby SummerGlauFan » Thu Apr 22, 2010 9:58 pm UTC

kaimason1 wrote:
SummerGlauFan wrote:Hehe, someone should say that the abolition of slavery was a liberal idea.

That might get a whole country banned!

I propose a game:

American Mission:
Spoiler:
OPERATION: BAN AMERICA

We American xkcders should try to get America banned, thus killing Conservapedia once and for all.
World Mission:
Spoiler:
OPERATION: BAN THE WORLD

As an alternative, nonamericans should try to get everywhere but America banned.
Lets see which we can do first: if we ban America, Americans win; if we ban the world, the nonamericans win!


Haha, I might just play this. The problem being, of course, that I am filled with a large number of murder-related emotions every time I visit that site.

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Jorpho wrote:Clearly edits of that nature will get nowhere. I suggest:

"The founding fathers were staunch believers in conservative policies and were exemplary in their tireless efforts to stamp out liberal influence wherever it dared rear its head."

I have no idea if that's in any way true, but hey, I'm sure someone will correct it if that's the case, right?

Done.


Banned yet? ;)
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Re: Conservapedia - Most Accurate Site On The Web*

Postby kernelpanic » Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:05 pm UTC

kaimason1 wrote:World Mission:
Spoiler:
OPERATION: BAN THE WORLD

As an alternative, nonamericans should try to get everywhere but America banned.

You'd think they automatically ban all countries with the icky non-white people, right?
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Postby Dason » Thu Apr 22, 2010 10:52 pm UTC

SummerGlauFan wrote:
Dason wrote:
Jorpho wrote:Clearly edits of that nature will get nowhere. I suggest:

"The founding fathers were staunch believers in conservative policies and were exemplary in their tireless efforts to stamp out liberal influence wherever it dared rear its head."

I have no idea if that's in any way true, but hey, I'm sure someone will correct it if that's the case, right?

Done.


Banned yet? ;)

Not yet. But it was reverted to the previous entry... three minutes after I made the change.
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Postby SummerGlauFan » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:12 am UTC

Dason wrote:
SummerGlauFan wrote:
Dason wrote:
Jorpho wrote:Clearly edits of that nature will get nowhere. I suggest:

"The founding fathers were staunch believers in conservative policies and were exemplary in their tireless efforts to stamp out liberal influence wherever it dared rear its head."

I have no idea if that's in any way true, but hey, I'm sure someone will correct it if that's the case, right?

Done.


Banned yet? ;)

Not yet. But it was reverted to the previous entry... three minutes after I made the change.


Man, do these people have jobs?
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Re: Conservapedia - Most Accurate Site On The Web*

Postby TaintedDeity » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:26 am UTC

I imagine some are reading this thread.
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Postby guyy » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:49 am UTC

kaimason1 wrote:World Mission:
Spoiler:
OPERATION: BAN THE WORLD

As an alternative, nonamericans should try to get everywhere but America banned.


You mean there are non-American countries that aren't banned yet? Did they run out of nation-sized banhammers?

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Postby kaimason1 » Fri Apr 23, 2010 1:06 am UTC

guyy wrote:
kaimason1 wrote:World Mission:
Spoiler:
OPERATION: BAN THE WORLD

As an alternative, nonamericans should try to get everywhere but America banned.


You mean there are non-American countries that aren't banned yet? Did they run out of nation-sized banhammers?


Australia, for one, isn't banned as far as I know. But yes, the world does get a minor headstart; it is still going to be difficult, what with the size of the US userbase.
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Postby kernelpanic » Fri Apr 23, 2010 1:50 am UTC

TaintedDeity wrote:I imagine some are reading this thread.

I don't think any serious conservapedia user ventures out to places like this. I hear some people in here aren't christian at all! Oh! The blasphemy!
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Postby Amarantha » Fri Apr 23, 2010 9:59 am UTC

THEY'RE BEHIND YOU!!!!

:mrgreen:

I wonder if everyone trolled who shares an ISP with the founder, would he accidentally ban his own arse.

And agreed on the murder rage reaction. I feel dirty going there, even subversively. If anyone walks past, I'm tabbing that shit down quicker than pr0n.


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Quite a mild censure; I'm disappointed. Also, I'm pretty sure that's just me blocked and not all of Internode. Maybe I should try again...

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Postby JayAr » Fri Apr 23, 2010 3:24 pm UTC

Pesto wrote:You should have gone with something like "liberal bias in history text books often make many of the founding fathers out to be liberals".


I made a new account (with a false name) and it worked, thanks!

EDIT: I you guys checking out their debates? Hilarious..
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Postby kernelpanic » Sat Apr 24, 2010 4:12 pm UTC

If you want to put in something that won't get you banned so you can later put in something else, you can point out that "Origin of Life" in Wikipedia redirects to the article on abiogenesis.
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Postby lunchtime.samurai » Tue May 25, 2010 6:20 am UTC

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Postby Pesto » Tue May 25, 2010 8:02 am UTC

:shock: They have their own YouTube channel.

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Postby lunchtime.samurai » Tue May 25, 2010 8:52 am UTC

Which idiot sold Schafly his ADSL account?
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Postby Bipod » Tue May 25, 2010 11:56 am UTC

I want to troll (I think troll is the wrong word, since it would really just be making it more realistic) there so bad, but just going on it makes me want to kick something small. I'm thinking about editing every Democratic politician's page to put 'allegedly' in front of every sentence, as per the suggestion of an earlier user. Then again, I might just add factual content. Either way I want to help with the American banning.

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Postby Dobblesworth » Tue May 25, 2010 8:14 pm UTC

Pesto wrote::shock: They have their own YouTube channel.

Watch the opening self-referential video, and you see one of his students [I assume] posing in the group photo on the front row, in a Che Guevara t-shirt.
Double standards it seems.

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Pesto wrote::shock: They have their own YouTube channel.

Watch the opening self-referential video, and you see one of his students [I assume] posing in the group photo on the front row, in a Che Guevara t-shirt.
Double standards it seems.
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Postby solarion » Fri May 28, 2010 12:51 am UTC

Hurray, I got an account. All I have done right now is make an edit to Breakcore, though I've plans to make a few articles.

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Postby KrazyerKate » Fri May 28, 2010 1:02 am UTC

Bipod wrote:I want to troll (I think troll is the wrong word, since it would really just be making it more realistic) there so bad, but just going on it makes me want to kick something small. I'm thinking about editing every Democratic politician's page to put 'allegedly' in front of every sentence, as per the suggestion of an earlier user. Then again, I might just add factual content. Either way I want to help with the American banning.

Don't take it too seriously. Nobody else is.

Pesto wrote::shock: They have their own YouTube channel.

See 2:40, where he stands creepily in the back while the kids ignore him. It seems that the redheaded girl is the only person in the class that they could get to say anything positive about the site.

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Postby tastelikecoke » Fri May 28, 2010 1:33 am UTC

Hey, I got an account. I would keep this forsaken duty in storage and possible use of forumite takedowns.

My plan: Adding more allegiances in Obama article.

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Postby Jorpho » Fri May 28, 2010 1:51 am UTC

KrazyerKate wrote:
Pesto wrote::shock: They have their own YouTube channel.

See 2:40, where he stands creepily in the back while the kids ignore him. It seems that the redheaded girl is the only person in the class that they could get to say anything positive about the site.
I wasn't paying attention when I started listening and thought, "What an original idea, for them to do a voiceover using a synthesizer". Oops.

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Postby Sindayven » Sat May 29, 2010 11:06 am UTC

http://www.conservapedia.com/Free_speech

Anyone with an account want to give this article a healthy dose of irony?

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Postby Hit3k » Sat May 29, 2010 11:32 am UTC

http://www.conservapedia.com/Causes_of_Homosexuality
err.... In fact err at all their homosexuality articles.

I've only ever been to conservapedia once before for literally 5 minutes and even then I could feel my I.Q. dropping.
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Postby Jorpho » Sat May 29, 2010 7:13 pm UTC

Ooh! Start an article on The Family effusively saying how freaking great they are. (Right now searching for "fellowship" just turns up articles on "The Lord of the Rings" which I didn't bother reading.)

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Postby KrazyerKate » Sun May 30, 2010 12:14 pm UTC

Sindayven wrote:http://www.conservapedia.com/Free_speech

Anyone with an account want to give this article a healthy dose of irony?


no seriously, how do you get an account? I haven't been able to make edits at all, even non-malicious ones.

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Postby Dason » Sun May 30, 2010 4:37 pm UTC

Account creation is only open at certain points during the day. I know it's not open during the night hours in the US but I never really figured out exactly what the schedule was. I think I created my account around 11am in US Central time.
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Postby Headshrinker » Sun May 30, 2010 10:22 pm UTC

Should we put some thought into tactics. good sites for citations, hiding truth in a bunch of gramma changes.

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Postby Worlder » Sun May 30, 2010 11:19 pm UTC

When do you think it is only a matter of time before right media heads and Andy join forces?

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Postby kaimason1 » Mon May 31, 2010 12:19 am UTC

I really need to find a quiet moment to sarcastically troll, but I won't while my family's home because it makes me feel dirty.
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