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10+ Of The Funniest Wikipedia Edits By Internet Vandals Funny Text Fails, Funny Texts, Funny Jokes, Hilarious, Bubble, Digital Text, Fail Video, Flirting Quotes, Serial Killers

With so much fake news floating around these days, it's difficult to know just who and what to believe. While Wikipedia is usually a reliable source of factual information, from time to time people hack Wiki and slip some alternative facts in there too. And since it's a free encyclopedia, created entirely by collaborators, it turns out that some of them have quite a knack for humor. From Charlie Sheen being half man, half cocaine to American Olympic swimmer Katie Ledecky being a humanoid…

Statues, Lexington Massachusetts, Shining Tears, American War Of Independence, Graffiti, American Revolutionary War, Colonial America, Warrior Quotes, Le Far West

April 19, 2015 marks 240 years since the bloodshed that ignited the American Revolutionary War and the birth of the United States. The violence started at Lexington, continued at Concord, and carried on along the “Battle Road.” In 1837, Ralph Waldo Emerson, provided what has become the enduring description of the Revolutionary War when he called it “the shot heard round the world” in his “Concord Hymn.” While the military skirmish didn’t last long, the fight over its meaning continued for a…

I Am Shocked, Dave Matthews Band, Strange Photos, Online Group, High School Students, Just Don, Everyone Knows, Outdoor Activities, Wikipedia

Wikipedia is huge. As of 19 May 2022, there are 6,500,765 articles in its English version, containing over 4 billion words and 55,804,737 pages. It's so big that no person can possibly expect to scroll through everything on their own. We need help. Someone who can sort out the good stuff and present it in byte-size tidbits. Someoone like Annie Rauwerda.

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Paris approves its first skyscraper of the 21st century | News | Archinect Paris Travel, Glasgow, Tours, Paris, Barcelona, Paris France, Museums, Paris Tour Eiffel, Paris Eiffel Tower

In a narrow vote, the city of lights approved Herzog & de Meuron's Tour Triangle, a 42-story skyscraper that will be the tallest building to be built in Paris since the 1970s. In 2010, the city voted to remove its multi-decade-long height restrictions of 36 meters on new buildings, which were...

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