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> Schordinger's cat is alive, Obvious Sock Puppet is Obvious
post Sat 5th January 2013, 9:39pm
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I'd just like to point that considering Schrodinger's cat is alive a sockpuppet of anyone is a serious lack of perspective. Also, we shall be discussing the issues brought by the user and evaluate if they require any action (against anyone who needs to be admonished or whatever needs to be done) instead of being throwing sockpuppetry accusations. I know that all the recent events led to an overall high level of suspiciousness, but that's no excuse, in my opinion. — ΛΧΣ21 17:49, 5 January 2013 (UTC)


The user's first edits suggest an obvious old user. The name was done to be clever with a clever user page. Not new user behavior.

"12:33, 19 April 2011 (diff | hist) . . (+1)‎ . . Cucumber ‎ (→‎Pickling: Consistent spelling within article per WP:ENGVAR) "

On the first day? Really? Finding obscure pages and knowing how to short hand them?

Another Jack Merridew-like socker most likely being defended by other socks thinking they can trick the naive and gullible. Pathetic. Wikipedia is just one big socking mess.

This post has been edited by Ottava: Sat 5th January 2013, 11:30pm
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