Monday, July 09, 2007

Fighting The War Against Bias

For those who find that Wikipedia - the encyclopedia you can edit yourself - shows too much bias? Do you finds that it's articles are biased towards Anti-American flag haters, lily livered liberals and god hating homos'?

Then why not try Conservapedia the 'trustworthy encyclopedia', where they fight 'bias' with bias.

Why not check out there incredibly informative articles on Homosexuality, Abortion and the Republican Party.

With already 9,000 registered contributors (you have to be registered) it's clearly becoming an important Internet resource, although 4,000 of them are permanently banned. And it did have to except some 'Anti-American' bias by revising its policy on allowing English spellings.

Quote of the Day: "I do feel that evolution is being controlled by some sort of divine engineer. I can't help thinking that. And this engineer knows exactly what he or she is doing and why, and where evolution is headed. That’s why we’ve got giraffes and hippopotami and the clap." - Kurt Vonnegut, Jr

4 comments:

thesvenhunter said...

Dave, your home town is the ONLY one in England too incompetent to push through the smoking ban on time. How do you feel?

Dave Paul Nixon said...

Smoke is much larger part of Stoke heritage than you might imagine.

From the height of it's industrial days as one of the world's leading centres of pottery manufacturing, right up until the mid sixties, the pottery kilms across the county would be lit up simultaneously, twice weekly. It was not unusual for the smoke billowing out of the bottle kilms to fill the sky and blot out the sun.

We've come on some way since then. so leave us alone.

Anonymous said...

That'll be kilNs then.

Dave Paul Nixon said...

I expect so.