Thu 26th July 2007, 3:42pm
QUOTE(dtobias @ Wed 25th July 2007, 7:43am)
There... corrected. You "Attack Sites" are good for something, no matter what the Clique says.
Ya think, Daniel? Here's another one I'd like the Cliqubal to consider:
Please observe an article about (now 15-year-old) Mao Kobayashi when I came across it
Note, especially, that there was a titillating photo of the girl (now deleted). Also note this important encyclopedic information (now deleted):
Despite her young age, the early-matured Mao's photos are rather risque in nature, and deliberately conceived as sexy images in which she wears swimsuits, school uniforms and maid costumes
There was also an external link to a photo-riddled web page (momo-mints.com), which has since been thankfully taken down on the Web, but is still linked to from the Wikipedia page.
Before I came upon that article, Wikipedia was essentially acting as a lurid publisher of information about a 15-year-old girl who has posed in various prurient situations. Name included, of course.
As the article now stands
, the profile photo has been deleted, the comments about her "risque" images have been deleted, and in all, the article portrays this minor in a much more forgiving light.
However, now we know her blood type is AB. What kind of encyclopedia publishes the BLOOD TYPE
of a 15-year-old girl? In what way is that important to anyone but the Emergency Room at a hospital?
In summary, you're making progress, but there's still a fair number of insane editors in your midst.