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Primal Scream Therapy
FoTW We're often bowled over by the erudition of you, our readers. But this one is special. Peter Petrovski offers this learned contribution to the ongoing epistemological debate about Wikipedia.
Here it is.
Subject: Reg reader comment: Nature mag cooked Wikipedia study
God you're a dummy. I suggest you learn how to write an article before you post it online!
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