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Old 10-07-2006, 11:47 AM   #16
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Every Wikipedia entry I've written has been called biased.
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Old 10-07-2006, 11:50 AM   #17
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That tells you something about your writing, not wikipedia.
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Old 10-07-2006, 11:55 AM   #18
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I tell it like it is. All I said was Charlie Manuel was criticized by fans for poor in game decision making specifically with the bullpen, and they were like OH NO! That NEVER HAPPENED BECAUSE WE'RE WIKIPEDIA WE LOVE ALL. I said it. People don't like Manuel. It's no secret. It's part of his biography. Philly fans can't stand him.
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Ok, here is an 18-year-old who has absolutely no clue what these letters (or codes as you call them) mean


Maybe she fell asleep at her keyboard (look at the asdfgh part, see anything random here?)
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Re: Help me decipher 17 year-old code

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At first I thought it was just random letters but now I think it's a code of some sort.


Sarah puts this crap in her myspace bulletins and it perplexes the hell out of me.





asdfgh;;

fcdjcfj;;

kjadnfgadfg

<33

mdszj;;

dxfjkcjdxs

jcfxdj


any ideas???

Oh that's easy.

She's very angry about something. Probably something to do with a boy (hence the <33).


Believe me. I've posted like infinity of these.
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my teachers in high school think wikipedia is a valid resource for paper-writing.
Hahah not MY teachers. Yay AP English?
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I've written entire papers off wikipedia articles.

though to be fair the teachers they were for probably would've given "afiewhrkkej hfeifhiewah hfi ewjfiew" at least a low B.
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I will confer with my hubby...but i'm pretty sure that they are the names of computer viruses eg: trojan's!
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it might be some one has hacked into her account and posted random things and giving links and all the rest

i know that happened to me and my friends and at the end of each message there was some random code that made no sense
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My little sister has posted random code in her myspace too

mkldsmdlas,d
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my teachers in high school think wikipedia is a valid resource for paper-writing.

A girl in my anatomy class got marked down a ton for using wikipedia for one of her sources.
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it probably has meaning, but it's probably between her and her friends, thus you'd need the CIA to crack it.
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Guyyyysss there IS no code!

I'm sixteen. I know these things.

I've made many bulletins as such. It's just a symbol of frustration, and she'd like to talk about whatever's bothering her, but it probably has to do with someone on MySpace so she doesn't want to say. So gdiohsioahgiosdahngiohsdagio lets out her anger enough.

Trust me.
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Studies show that Wikipedia can be just as trustworthy as normal encyclopedias, because people on Wikipedia read and alter texts, for example correcting them over and over again.

This is what my teacher keeps saying all of the time

I did have a teacher in the past though who hated Wikipedia, so I guess there will be different opinions about it forever
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it probably has meaning, but it's probably between her and her friends, thus you'd need the CIA to crack it.
CIA you say, I might work for them well at least according to my History teacher

He told me my writin' is so bad, the CIA could use it as a code
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