Using Wikipedia for evil (comic)

In honor of John Seigenthaler's criticism of Wikipedia, and Wikipedia's reasoned, principled and rapid response [HERE], Mike Krahulik and Jerry Holkins craft this comic.

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Explanation, for those unfamiliar with He-Man: The undead villain at the keyboard is He-Man's arch-enemy, Skeletor. And yes, I'm too old to remember He-Man. Any other questions, including, but not limited to, the mating habits of invertebrates, Holiday/family/ethics questions or offers of cheap Brooklyn housing, can be left in comments. (PennyArcade)

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