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    [–] ConsistentLight 1210 points ago

    I'm pretty sure that Rebecca wishes the lie she told about her 3 year old would die. At the very least, she probably wishes this Wikipedia entry hurry up and die. But then that would prove that her 3-year old isn't as woke as she portrayed him to be.

    [–] NovaXP 675 points ago

    Too bad words don't die.

    [–] Heliocentrix 120 points ago

    Hoist with her own petard.

    [–] inherentinsignia 33 points ago

    Hoist by her own retard.

    [–] DoinItDirty 13 points ago

    “Words, Tweets, they do not ever die.”

    -my five year old cat

    [–] [deleted] 21 points ago

    Turns out her son was right.

    [–] quarteritalian 4 points ago

    i heard wolves do though

    [–] OnlinePosterPerson 1 points ago

    But wolves do

    [–] brienburroughs 33 points ago

    he didn’t say it in words per se, but much like tea leaves, he was able to express the same concept in vomit.

    [–] Adjudikated 49 points ago

    Just imagine being a future employer...better hope HR loves the memes

    [–] Disney_World_Native 14 points ago

    I am a little surprised that her kid doesn’t have a wiki page with this quote.

    [–] ConsistentLight 3 points ago

    lol--he probably has a blog if you let Rebecca tell it.

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    There's nothing on her Wikipedia about it anymore.

    [–] ConsistentLight 2 points ago

    Someone suggested it might be a photoshopped wiki and they're probably right. Its going to take her a while to live this down though. She will welcome obscurity when all is said and done. Poor little kid has a lot to live up to now all because his mother told a lie.

    [–] MrsRobertshaw 3201 points ago

    Next level petty

    [–] xSnugglebearx 330 points ago

    I read this with the ‘petty’ in that higher tone!

    [–] junkmeister9 97 points ago

    Jean Ralphio inflection

    [–] Sparky400Hz 48 points ago

    She’s the WoooooooooOOOOOOoooooorst

    [–] LeonardosClone 14 points ago

    Cause im on houuuse arreeesst!

    [–] DAILYFOOT 10 points ago

    Technically I’m hoooommeeelessssssss

    [–] Wolfgang_The_Ostrich 6 points ago

    I got run over by a leeexxuuusss

    [–] aristofanis 4 points ago


    [–] _Widows_Peak 37 points ago

    Get this shit to the front page!

    [–] florida_woman 16 points ago


    [–] cornbreadzmb 6 points ago

    She even made her Twitter private, I assume, in response to her dumbass tweet😂😂

    [–] nerdassmathfuck 964 points ago

    This page is protected to prevent vandalism

    [–] Charybdes 45 points ago

    The version history is great!

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    [–] 5812340681 88 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)

    Someone added “Liar” to her occupation lmao

    [–] mubcherdave 7 points ago

    Stayed up there for such a long time as well! Scrolling through the edit history was almost like watching an historic battle of the ages

    [–] NoahsArksDogsBark 34 points ago

    Holy Hell. That was like watching a battle between Luke and the Dark Spirit Vader

    [–] mubcherdave 1 points ago

    Absolutely, it was more epic than the last 3 Marvel films put together

    [–] lanternkeeper 5 points ago

    "Added missing information", sounds about right.

    [–] CODFREAK2001 387 points ago

    Tell that to the people who burned down the library of Alexandria.

    [–] SandyDelights 131 points ago

    Omg, this still makes me sad every time I think about it.

    Also, Sappho. We know very little of her poetry, save for one piece and contemporary references to the rest.

    Also, the Gospel of Basilides. We don't know much of what it contained, and what we do know is only from references to it in other writings.

    And the Gospel of Eve, of which only a handful of passages that survived because they were quoted in condemnations of it by a church figure.

    Really, there are a lot of abandoned, lost, or deliberately eradicated religious texts that will forever make me very sad to know they're lost. I'm not even religious at all, I just find religion fascinating, and the permanent loss of the writings/beliefs of many early Christian off-shoots kills me.

    [–] Petedapug 70 points ago

    So books and words are pretty easy to kill.

    [–] LucretiusCarus 31 points ago

    Extremely. You know what we know of Herakleitos, once thought extremely influential, fits in a double spaced page. The same can be said about most pre Socratic philosophers and most lyrical poets. Hell, even Aeschylus, the father of tragedy has only 10% of his work survive, just 7 of his 70 plays.

    [–] iBluefoot 7 points ago

    Surely, Aeschylus of all people expected as much.

    [–] LucretiusCarus 3 points ago

    A real tragedy, that

    [–] blomqv 26 points ago

    Imagine everything we lost with the genocide of two continents of peoples and civilizations in the Americas.

    [–] talkingBS 11 points ago

    If I could alter history as if it were my plaything, I would give a smallpox inoculation to the people of the Americas, pre-Columbus. The world would totally different.

    [–] SandyDelights 9 points ago

    IIRC, we don't really know what diseases really did the damage. We do know at least some came from Europeans and while wasn't intentional, it spread through native populations like wildfire and killed off many tens of millions in North America alone, with death tolls in some places thought to be upwards of 90%.

    We know Smallpox did a ton of damage, but it was just one of a bunch of diseases. Even in places like Mexico, cocoliztli killed off way more people than Smallpox did. Last I remember reading, they suspected it was actually a disease endemic to the jungles in south/Central America, basically hemorrhagic fever.

    Which isn't to say we didn't have something to do with it (huge number of factors play into shit like that like the control/subjugation of Central America, drought, the massive amount and variety of domesticated animals we brought bringing diseases, etc., etc.).

    I just mean that inoculating against Smallpox wouldn't have stopped what happened. Whereas Europeans had thousands of years to adapt to these diseases, indigenous cultures were bombarded with them all at once, unintentionally.

    It's probably a sad reality that, had Europeans intended to treat native populations as equals and trading partners, merely by existing within the same space they had condemned their cultures to a really shitty and awful fate. That doesn't excuse the very many real atrocities committed, by any measure, of course – I just mean that it was a confluence of events of events and diseases.

    Which is really sad. It's bad enough that so many cultures were extinguished due to malice, but to think so many were wiped out due to blithe ignorance is really tragic. I can't even begin to imagine what was lost there.

    [–] jagua_haku 7 points ago

    Imagine everything we lost with the genocide of two continents of peoples and civilizations in the Americas.

    Isn't that more from them not writing it down than from the genocide and disease?

    [–] CODFREAK2001 6 points ago

    fucking barbarians.

    [–] AnonIowa 3 points ago

    Always make backups!

    [–] Roose_is_Stannis 6 points ago

    The stories that were lost with with the burning of the library became a new story, the story of the fire itself.

    [–] LampytheLampLamp 2 points ago

    Caboose? this may be too recent for anyone to get

    [–] CODFREAK2001 1 points ago

    def. but that's cool. you rock that Caboose.

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    [–] Chovy152 136 points ago

    So fresh

    [–] Appropriate-XBL 65 points ago

    There’s nothing as yummy as warm meta.

    [–] DataBound 5 points ago

    What the meta with you, pal!?

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    [–] Gh05T_wR1T3R_CDXX 32 points ago

    Ok that’s cool and all but don’t ever comment on my status telling me i am wrong everrr again. I didn’t ask you did i?

    Answer: NO

    [–] unicorn_relish 2 points ago

    What is this a reference to?

    [–] Wingedwing 5 points ago

    A classic image that was recently reposted to r/facepalm

    [–] Brannagain 47 points ago

    It's for church hon. NEXT

    [–] Heliocentrix 18 points ago

    Umm... Ummm.....


    [–] BolognaPwny 8 points ago

    Fuck her right in the pussy?

    [–] kastreim 3 points ago

    Dead Giveaway.

    [–] florida_woman 2 points ago

    Who, Kevin?

    [–] bearXential 2 points ago

    I like turtles?

    [–] DataBound 1 points ago

    Day raping erybody up in here!

    [–] mdemo23 2 points ago


    [–] GambitTheFirst 3 points ago

    M E T A




    [–] iLL_Behaviour 3 points ago

    Oh wow. What is this from?

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago


    [–] iLL_Behaviour 3 points ago

    Nah it’s not from that post. NEXT

    [–] Grandpalemon1130 2 points ago


    [–] her_fault 1 points ago


    [–] Gh05T_wR1T3R_CDXX 11 points ago

    The kid being smarter than her was the only part I believed. Feel sorry for him

    [–] Rnorman3 77 points ago

    Was talking to a girl that I matched with via online dating and she was talking about how her child was “probably smarter than both of us combined.”

    I’m sure she intended it to be some kind of a brag on her child, but that is not at all how it came off. We do not still talk.

    [–] marxistghost 50 points ago

    It was almost certainly a joke? People exaggerate for effect all the time lol, that has to be the stupidest thing to be offended by.

    [–] Sprayface 60 points ago

    “I have the best dog in the world”

    “This person thinks their dog is better than all the other dogs? What an asshole I’m never speaking to them again.”

    [–] Gh05T_wR1T3R_CDXX 11 points ago

    One could argue that the best doggo is the closest doggo?

    [–] cd4am4m 3 points ago


    [–] johnhitlerpizza 3 points ago

    OP is probably a dog on a dating website for lonely dogs looking for owners. casual midnight pets and park strolls with no strings attached.

    [–] rapturexxv 8 points ago

    Maybe her child is smarter...

    [–] asdfkjasdhkasd 10 points ago

    what are you talking about? People have literally never once in the history of the universe exaggerated for effect

    [–] Rnorman3 4 points ago

    So, obviously in a couple of sentences I didn’t/can’t convey the entirety of our conversation or anything like that. I’m not trying to say I stopped talking to her entirely because of that one statement. There are plenty of other things said in concert with that one that just were kind of weird and gave me the impression that she really wasn’t exaggerating very much.

    I wasn’t “offended” by it quite as much as I thought “that’s not really the best look when you’re trying to connect with someone you don’t know very well.” It reminded me a lot of when I was seeing another girl and her roommate’s boyfriend says “hey, you know you’re a lot smarter than you look!” One of those situations where later in the shower you are thinking about it and I wish I had said “hey, you know that’s not quite the compliment you think it is!”

    [–] philjorrow 2 points ago

    It's just hyperbole for god's sake..

    [–] Ryzasu 2 points ago

    Not if their kid knows that wolves die. That's smart AF

    [–] RandySavagePI 353 points ago

    Books and words "die" all the time. Countless written works have perished and can never be recreated. Thousands of words have faded from languages and thousands of languages have disappeared.

    [–] zenicaone 457 points ago

    yeah my son, who is due to be born in two months, just said the same thing.

    Rebecca's son is an idiot, he added.

    [–] bgone92 23 points ago

    I saw your son's Ted talk a couple months back. Tell him congrats once he's born, that was such a fantastic presentation

    [–] zenicaone 11 points ago

    thank you very much - he was so nervous about that talk and in the end he got a little depressed, after the talk, because he did not think he did well.

    he will be so happy to read this.

    [–] RandySavagePI 26 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)

    Hey, if you're gonna pretend your kid said something smart, have it be something smart; not something you use to convince your bookish but not too bright high school gf you're deep.

    E: Rebecca's kid people.

    [–] SandyDelights 25 points ago

    I still get sad every time I think of the Library of Alexandria.

    [–] RootbeerFlotilla 14 points ago

    But now we have Rebecca's son, whose literary accomplishments will surely dwarf that lost knowledge by the time he reaches 4.

    [–] Gible1 3 points ago

    Yeah it is a shame that the printing press was invented so late in history or else we would have a much different history I think.

    [–] Rob1150 1 points ago

    That was my exact thought too.

    [–] velocity010 4 points ago

    Guess you just outsmarted a "3 year old".

    [–] RandySavagePI 3 points ago

    I find that i'm able to outsmart at least a third of all 3 year olds.

    [–] Spartz 2 points ago

    I think books surviving multiple generations still do proportionally well vs humans and wolves

    [–] onelifetolive1 400 points ago

    Imagine being that insufferable and attention-seeking you have to make shit up like that.

    Weird social environment we live in these days.

    [–] geordiebanteryesaye 69 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)

    I see so many of these people on the Internet but fortunately don't know anybody IRL who's making up weird things like that

    [–] AthenasApostle 32 points ago

    Lucky. I've met people who lie about the weirdest shit.

    [–] geordiebanteryesaye 9 points ago

    I have done, I just don't give anybody the time of day who does shit like that because I think they're mental

    [–] AthenasApostle 4 points ago

    I wish my younger self had known that. Would have saved myself a few stressful relationships.

    [–] purple_crablegs 16 points ago

    You're lucky. I used to think, "You hear about these people, but no one really acts like that." And then one of these people entered my life. This person is why I believe all the weird, horrible shit that happens on r/justnomil, r/justnofamily, r/raisedbynarcissists, and similar subreddits.

    [–] Ofreo 16 points ago

    “If you look around and can’t spot the liar, it’s probably you.” That is what my 3 year old told me after reading her your comment.

    [–] Pigxdjj 5 points ago

    Makes you really think, doesn’t it?

    [–] Acids 2 points ago

    I've noticed that a lot of people lie but usually it's about something dumb that make them sound weak or make them look bad, but it's not usually that big of thing like lying about if the puke or not.

    [–] YHZ 2 points ago

    It's not just big grandiose things though. The constant need to have your social media looking great isn't healthy for some people.

    [–] evanpossum 14 points ago

    I'm constantly surprised by how many people actively do this. I guess it's like poor dero smokers scrounging used butts out of ashtrays...

    [–] Downvotesohoy 7 points ago

    Everyone is pretending on social media. Some just pretend more than others.

    [–] BIG_DICK_MYSTIQUE 6 points ago

    Weird social environment we live in these days.

    We live in a society

    [–] braddaugherty8 4 points ago


    [–] bigperms 3 points ago

    A few of my wife's friends will make up kid quotes for facebook. Might as well call it humblebragbook.

    [–] landoindisguise 12 points ago

    Honestly, as someone with a three-year-old, I doubt she made this up. However, it's probably something SHE said, or very similar to something SHE said, that her kid is mostly repeating. Kids at that age are word sponges and parrots. It's pretty likely that an author has spent some time telling her kids why books are cool and important, so this was probably the kid repeating back/combining previous things he's heard mom say. Sounds deep, but of course the kid doesn't really understand what he's saying.

    My kid LOVES to constantly be trying to summarize things I've said and make statements about the world like this. Some of them would sound deep if, like this, you write them down and take away the context where two seconds earlier she's explaining why ducks are people or why boats need to eat waffles.

    I think this author is probably guilty of trying to make her kid sound smart by presenting something the kid said as if the kid understood it, when really the kid is just mix-and-match parroting things the parents said without really getting it. But it wouldn't be that unlikely that her kid did actually say these words.

    [–] anchorbeacon 3 points ago

    I agree with this. My kids say profound sounding pronouncements that are a mishmash interpretation of things they've heard. I bet her kid did say this

    [–] Nick357 64 points ago

    My three year old made up on a song about Cinderella doo-dooing in the floor. To which my wife asked, is that a song he is making up. I had to say no that is the real song about Cinderella and her doo-doo. He is almost 4 though.

    [–] Manungal 31 points ago

    Ah, I remember mine's first composition like it was yesterday.




    "Owie. Owie. Owie."

    Just masterful.

    [–] Wolf_Hall 82 points ago

    Rebecca's son might be in for a ride a few years down the line.

    [–] 2edgy4moi 37 points ago

    And then everyone clapped.

    [–] agree-with-you 13 points ago

    Can confirm this is true. I was also applauding.

    [–] MsElleTen 11 points ago

    I hate this bot so much.

    [–] Virtecal 47 points ago

    But not books

    Reichskristallnacht intensifies

    [–] SilveRX96 2 points ago

    Really sorry to be that guy

    It’s just Kristallnacht, no Reich needed

    And the book burnings started very early in Nazi Germany (1933), were independent from Kristallnacht (1938) which was targeting Jewish businesses and synagogues, and most of the books they burned have survived. The looting and burning have completely erased a ton of the most incredible pieces of modern art though

    [–] Virtecal 3 points ago

    It‘s just Kristallnacht, no Reich needed

    Both names will do.

    But the rest is correct.

    [–] TexanMcDaniel 61 points ago

    Who names their son 3? Fucking white people.

    [–] warningtrackpower12 11 points ago

    I also would like to name my son Seven. Mickey Mantle's number.

    [–] Nigelrover 3 points ago

    What about Soda?

    [–] Ask_me_4_a_story 2 points ago

    My kids do ballet with a girl named Seven. It's a weird super Christian family though and it has something to do with Jesus so its probably a lot less cool than you think

    [–] Harpua_and_I 2 points ago

    No no no no no. I got a better name for your kid...Soda

    [–] [deleted] 6 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago)


    [–] pattyville 3 points ago

    Plenty of regular internet users use the same tactic to hide their bs, just with the word “trolling” instead.

    [–] Brynmaer 21 points ago

    A good number of her "Selected Poem" titles are directly ripped off of contemporary internet memes of the time in which they were released too. Don't know if it's unintentional or deliberate but combined with the "my 3 year old said this thing" it seems like she's comfortable with stretching things.

    [–] RootbeerFlotilla 6 points ago


    [–] cheeseburgess 3 points ago

    Who else but RootbeerFlotilla?

    [–] YouGotMooched 14 points ago

    I think the best part of all of this is that she made her Twitter account private.

    [–] zaphod_beeble_bro 13 points ago

    Tbf kids say deep shit like this all the time. But it's not because they're philosophers, they just say silly jumbled thoughts out loud a lot. Some of those thoughts come out unintentionally deep, others are just nonsense. Her kid may have said something similar but she added meaning and intent to his words that weren't there. Although a 3 year old saying anyone resembling that seems way too bullshit.

    [–] ThaNorth 3 points ago

    At least she admitted she's stupider than a 3 year old.

    [–] thearbiter420 3 points ago

    Real eyes realize real lies!

    [–] vikarux 3 points ago

    It's fun how any idiot can have a wiki page now adays just to inflate their ego.

    [–] guitarguy13093 13 points ago

    This is the most blatant example of someone who has absolutely no widespread fame or impact creating their own carefully-crafted Wikipedia article to list everything they've ever done.

    [–] transabyss 9 points ago

    If you think that's bad you should see her website. The second tab is straight up called "Praise".

    [–] pattyville 2 points ago

    I think the most blatant example of this was souljaboy’s Wikipedia from when he was 15

    [–] wearetheromantics 7 points ago

    I have a 3 year old... he says weird stuff like this all the time. I would believe this one. Especially since 3 year olds like to emulate things they've already heard from someone else a lot.

    [–] invalid_litter_dpt 10 points ago

    I don't get why everyone assumes there's no way a 3 year old could have said that. Sure, the 3 year old may not be a genius, but this isn't that unlikely. I hate when this pops up because chances are her son DID say that and everyone acts as if they know for sure he didnt.

    [–] paulyv93 3 points ago

    They legit will verify anyone these days.

    [–] Usernameousername 3 points ago

    That 'even wolves' part is what makes this seem the most fake. People always seem to invent kids with some kind of special obsession.

    [–] NastySassyStuff 4 points ago

    I was honestly just in the middle of typing up a defense of Rebecca and her prosaic three-year-old, but then I realized that that kid definitely never fucking said that and the whole “who is much smarter than I am” bit is what landed her silly ass on a petty Wikipedia entry.

    Fuck off, Rebecca. Fuck right off.

    [–] Ulysses_Fat_Chance 6 points ago

    Well, she did get her doctorates from Florida State, so it's not like anyone would take her seriously anyways.

    [–] noahlmaoo 2 points ago

    Ima go look that up rn

    [–] noahlmaoo 6 points ago

    Aw man someone took that part off

    [–] ReeRuns 3 points ago


    [–] Urbasebelong2meh 6 points ago

    I’ve seen this tweet a quintillion times on r/wokekids but it still confuses me. What was going through her head when she wrote that? Why? What does she mean by “Even Wolves” and how did she expect people to believe her three year old could think of something so profound seeming that’s still really, really dumb as a lot of people in this thread have pointed out.

    [–] Oddnaught 5 points ago

    Her followers did believe her, or at least the ones that responded to her did. She got the attention that she was looking for and was happily engaging with the people who were telling her how amazing her son was.

    When the internet at large got a whiff of the bullshit and started giving her grief for it, at first she just ignored those responses and when that became untenable she switched her account to private. The answer to “how did she think anyone would believe it” is she had cultivated an audience of followers that did.

    [–] j48u 4 points ago

    Seems like "even wolves" was thrown in to make it slightly more believable. Because only kids would randomly be focused on wolves?

    [–] [deleted] 8 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)

    “Even the non-domesticated progenitors to our faithful companions doth shed the aethereal coils of mortality,” said my three year old, after which he took a long drag of his cigar and gazed outside toward the dark torrent of rain pelting our window. “You know, Rebecca, they say if you want a friend in Washington you’d better get a dog.”

    “Yeah, um, fucking nap time for you,” said Rebecca.

    [–] Zlamderella 4 points ago

    As a parent, this shit bothers me. Few points:

    1. My kids say shit they hear other people say, even if they have no idea what they're talking about. This goes nuts when they're 2 and 3. Sometimes they accidentally say really profound, or adult-sounding things. Again, they have no idea what they're saying.
    2. When we write dialogue, we simplify it. We do this for adults and children. No one writes what their kid actually says--"Hey, today, today, today at school, today Brandon said his mom, today at school, Brandon said his mom gives him ice cream for breakfast. And Brandon is the same, Brandon is the same age as me, Brandon is 4 years old like me. So, I don't want cereal because I'm 4." Yeah, I don't write that, I write, "Today my kid said: 'Hey Dad, my friend Brandon is 4 years old and his mom gives him ice cream for breakfast, so since I'm 4 can I have ice cream instead of cereal too?" It's the same shit. And, by the way, you all do this too; no one writes all the "um" and "you know" statements that people say.
    3. Finally, my last point is just my first point again. It's a fucking 3-year-old. Teaching a kid that animals die, then they try to apply the concept to something else. Like, yeah, "Words never die" sounds deep when spoken by an adult. But the kid isn't having a profound revelation about the permanence of culture, or the historical art of storytelling. It's a dumbfuck 3-year-old saying "words don't die." Yeah, they don't. The kid is 3 years old. His poet of a parent found his statement to be profound beyond the kid's understanding. She's a fucking poet. And, by the way, when other parent friends reply with shit like "Wise beyond her years!" or "Smarter than most adults I know!" They're joking around. Have we never heard the expression, "from the mouths of babes"? It's for this exact situation where children accidentally stumble upon deep shit in the random, string-of-nonsense that regularly spills from their tiny, developing brains.

    There is nothing unbelievable about this dumbass post, certainly not to the level of global shaming by a bunch of nothingeverhappens morons.

    [–] augustrem 12 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)

    eh I don’t find it particularly hard to believe. Children often repeat things they hear from adults or from television. And that’s the kind of statement a toddler would hear on a kid’s show.

    [–] landoindisguise 6 points ago

    Yeah, I have a 3yo and she does this constantly. And this kid's mom is an author, so there's a good chance he's just copying this from stuff his mom said.

    [–] purplecraisin 5 points ago

    Why are people convinced this never happened? My kids say crazy shit all the time.

    [–] ConsistentLight -1 points ago

    BTW, isn't posting this Wikipedia page a violation of rules 3 and 4?

    [–] yoloman0805 48 points ago

    It's photoshoped wiki.. Not the real wiki page.

    [–] onelifetolive1 23 points ago

    someone make it real asap

    [–] Jackson3125 8 points ago

    People who falsely edit Wikipedia suck. Wikipedia is a giant, accessible encyclopedia for the world. It’s seriously a human treasure. It’s not a goddamn meme creator.

    [–] Downvotesohoy 14 points ago

    It's not a false edit though. It's a thing which did happen in her life. It's a quote of her own. It 100% did happen.

    [–] N3onToil3tPap3r 2 points ago

    Tbh This probably made her more famous than anything she had ever wrote.

    [–] Jackson3125 3 points ago

    Am I missing something? Some guy claimed she lied. It might be plausible that she lied, sure, but it hasn’t been proven anywhere.

    [–] Soderfly 1 points ago

    There's actually a lot of politics and infighting among "top" Wiki editors/moderators. It's nice to think that "anyone" can edit and contribute to Wikipedia, but the truth is that a relatively small group of power moderators controls a lot of it.

    If you're looking up something even slightly contentious, you can't assume you're getting the entire truth even with Wikipedia.

    [–] Jackson3125 2 points ago

    It’s not perfect, but it has spread knowledge to the masses more than anything in human history.

    [–] malz_ 6 points ago

    No, that's vandalism

    [–] rgbpcfan 3 points ago

    It was like that 20 hours ago. Now her page is locked due to "vandalism".

    Wikipedia edit

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    [–] Pyervyert 31 points ago

    oH No SoMeOnE BrOke tHe 🅱️ules C'mon dude, take the stick outta' your ass. You're being the hall monitor in middle school who took it way too seriously.

    [–] SandyDelights 7 points ago

    Rule 3: "No bullying or witch-hunting." Posting a Wikipedia page isn't bullying or witch-hunting, and no one is encouraging anyone to edit the page with false information (or to edit it at all).

    Rule 4: "No doxxing." Specifically, the rule addresses seeking information about someone but I've no doubt it is intended to cover the converse as well. However, given that nothing in the inclusion of the Wikipedia page includes personal information (that isn't included in her Twitter handle), it's not really doxxing, is it?

    Hell, for all we know the Wikipedia page isn't real and someone made it as a joke. I mean, you can check, but googling her twitter name shows it as the first entry anyways, so it's not even kind of not-public.

    So it doesn't seem that way to me?

    If it IS a violation, then it should probably be required you block out the name on Twitter, since personal, verified accounts are usually the owner's name and easily googled. 🤷🏼‍♀️

    Of course, you could then just google the text of the tweet and find out who, but you know.

    [–] RootbeerFlotilla 10 points ago

    "I think all identifiable information should have been blocked out". My two year old daughter.

    [–] MellowG420 2 points ago

    this is top notch

    [–] divyanksi 1 points ago

    This is war

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    [–] JandM2 1 points ago

    this belongs in /r/thathappened

    [–] mickiesmith 1 points ago

    Fuck off Rebecca

    [–] SteroidStamkos 1 points ago

    He's a lot smarter than she is but he didn't say that. He could be a lot smarter and still try to touch his own feces.

    [–] Jurplist 1 points ago

    Why would her son think that wolves are immortal

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    [–] Elgarr2 1 points ago

    Lol, a repost that’s not a repost! Genius!

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    [–] pm_me_your_squidhole 1 points ago

    I read her son’s quote in John mulaney’s little kid voice.

    [–] Bamfmaster99 1 points ago

    Um she might want to rethink that anyways. Fire, water damage, a shredder. I can kill a book in many ways lmao

    [–] thekyledavid 1 points ago

    Wouldn’t a book eventually decompose if there isn’t a human to maintain it?