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> Wouldn't this be a splendid new Wikia project?
thekohser
post Mon 14th November 2011, 2:15pm
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Jimbo, per usual, thinks nothing of using his tax-exempt project space to condone development of his for-profit gravy train project.
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post Mon 14th November 2011, 6:12pm
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Jimbo, per usual, thinks nothing of using his tax-exempt project space to condone development of his for-profit gravy train project.


Wikipedia's congenital disregard for sovereignty, combined with Wales' jealous dislike of governments (esp the UK) will eventually break Wikipedia imo (if anything does). Kittybrewster is a real oddbod (about par for Jimbo's talk page) - I wonder what "that thing" is? Doesn't Wales realise what a paranoid area "the troubles" is on Wikipedia? And that "cool" just sounds trivial and childish to people from the UK?

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