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There are several points to this page:
1) It's not really a double redirect, so admins won't be t.o.-ed.
2) There is actually a link at the top that goes to the Special:DoubleRedirects page. How convienent.
3) Redirecting is actually a redirect that redirects to redirect.
4) Probally the majority of people who come to this page will click the link and go to the redirect article. Basically, this page is "continued" there.
5) All of this redirect mumbo-jumbo is utterly nonsense in the extreme. (That's what Uncyclopedia is all about.)
- Yay! I knew I could trust you to do this one eventually. And how did you know that a true double-redirect would be more annoying than a true broken redirect? Anyway, yay! :-) --Whhhy?Whut?How? *Back from the dead* 01:53, 19 June 2007 (UTC)
- Well, the thing about broken redirects is that on the Special:BrokenRedirects page there is usually always at least more than 50 broken redirects. However, on Special:DoubleRedirects there is usually very few, if any at all. Admins would be more ticked to see just this page on there every single day than to see Broken Redirect and the broken redirects page among many others. -- Kip > Talk • Works • •