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#'''For''' - I'm the one who gave it the colorful review. I like this article in an unhealthy way. Someone, help me. --[[User:Mejwell|Mejwell]] 01:12, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
 
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#'''For''' I'm a total Uncyclopedia noob, but I wrote several parts of the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DuMont_Television_Network Wikipedia article on the DuMont Television Network], and Uncyclopedia's version is beautifully written and, in my opinion, hilarious. Lines like "The DuMont Network had numerous affiliates all over the country, although the precise number will never be known because many of them are too embarrassed to admit it" and "All of the DuMont programs were left in cardboard boxes marked "FREE" on the sidewalk outside the flagship station following the network's demise" are funny because they bear more than a smidgen of truth to them. Trite's recent additions, including the retro 50s style logo, complete the article. The review was spot-on, and the article is an awesomely inaccurate account of the rise and fall of the world's first television network. I'd love to see this on Uncyclopedia's front page. [[User:Firsfron|Firsfron]] 02:57, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
 
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DuMont Television Network (history, logs)

Article: DuMont Television Network

Score: 3 Video Rangers

Nominated by: Tritefantastic 19:50, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
For: 3
  1. For - Tritefantastic 19:50, 10 August 2007 (UTC)
  2. For - I'm the one who gave it the colorful review. I like this article in an unhealthy way. Someone, help me. --Mejwell 01:12, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
  3. For I'm a total Uncyclopedia noob, but I wrote several parts of the Wikipedia article on the DuMont Television Network, and Uncyclopedia's version is beautifully written and, in my opinion, hilarious. Lines like "The DuMont Network had numerous affiliates all over the country, although the precise number will never be known because many of them are too embarrassed to admit it" and "All of the DuMont programs were left in cardboard boxes marked "FREE" on the sidewalk outside the flagship station following the network's demise" are funny because they bear more than a smidgen of truth to them. Trite's recent additions, including the retro 50s style logo, complete the article. The review was spot-on, and the article is an awesomely inaccurate account of the rise and fall of the world's first television network. I'd love to see this on Uncyclopedia's front page. Firsfron 02:57, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
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An article written entirely by me (minus the addition of the Mass Media template by Alksub), it just passed Pee Review with flying colors. Personally, I'm very pleased with the way this turned out, and I'd like to give today's youth a totally inaccurate rendition of the rise and fall of a real company. -Tritefantastic 19:50, 10 August 2007 (UTC)

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