QUOTE(thekohser @ Mon 30th March 2009, 12:36pm)
Meanwhile, the Wikipedia article's section "Geography" states that "Jackson is considered to be part of Central Michigan
When you click the link to "Central Michigan", you're taken to another Wikipedia page
that portrays two different (conflicting) maps of Michigan regions...One of the maps
doesn't even notate a "Central Michigan".
The second map
notates "Central Michigan", but Jackson sits about 55 to 60 miles south of the southern border of that rendering of "Central Michigan". Jackson is positioned in an area called "Southern Michigan". (Bonus points if you find the misspelled word in this map.)
"Mount Pleasent", heh.
QUOTE(Jon Awbrey @ Mon 30th March 2009, 12:14pm)
And not even grammatical …
QUOTE(Jon Awbrey @ Mon 30th March 2009, 12:50pm)
Good Grief, Greg, It's 2009 —
The thing I keep seeing here is the way that Wikipedia pulls even it's "professional" critics down, down, down into the very wiki-pixelism that they once sought to criticize.
Speaking of grammatical...