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This article is not even slightly funny. You also haven't skipped a single cliché and/or overkilled joke. Someone shoot this page down with an anti-aircraft. -Houou 23:57 GMT+2, 8/31/06
"Cool" it, dude. IT'S A JOKE. And by dissing the word "cool" you have just been placed in the catagory of "uncool" forever. even if you do go into space. or are a pirate, or a ninja, or both. meh heh. 188.8.131.52 15:42, 8 March 2007 (UTC)
Above, ladies and gentlemen, is another example of a classic confusion known as the map/territory relation; simply put, "the map is not the territory." The original comment critiques the article Cool one the basis of presumed unoriginality, while the reply chiefly defends the concept of "cool", simultaneously referred to as the "word" itself (an additional inherint instance of the fallacy). See also René Magritte's masterwork The Treachery Of Images. — Lenoxus 04:03, 9 March 2007 (UTC)
Huh? 184.108.40.206 14:55, 15 March 2007 (UTC)
Sorry; what I mean is that Houou didn't actually dis "the word 'cool'", as you put it, but the article about "cool". That said, you're perfectly free to defend this article as being a well-written piece of work — I know I put some effort into improving it, and am moderately happy with the way it is now. (Yeah, I admit was being deliberately confusing there as a joke). — Lenoxus 00:35, 17 March 2007 (UTC)
This article is more accurate than Wikipedia's one! Have you read it? Wikipedia says that Aristotle was one of the first to know what "cool" was!