Talk:Kylie Minogue

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This article was nominated for deletion on August 5, 2008.
The result of the discussion was Keep.

calling someone a slutty whore bitch is not very creative, and in my opinion , will not get a lot of laugs from the audiencee

Isn't this article a massive import from Wikipedia, that fount of parody and satirical truth-twisting? ~~OEJ

Well, it was. There's a bunch of vandals replacing stuff with Wikipedia copy-and-pastes. --EvilZak 05:58, 8 Oct 2005 (UTC)

Wow.. Perverting our misinformation with facts. That's certainly ironic(No, I'm patronizing those who are complaining about the vandalism, but I do find the vandalism itself to be highly amusing. Mostly because I'm not the one who has to fix it.  :P) --Vercalos

"Perverting" is right! The world certainly does NOT need a carbon-copy of WikiP on Uncyclopedia. But we all know that. Thanks, EvilZak, for the reversion to proper content-free content. OEJ

No pictures? There oughtta be a picture somewhere on this page. --Dallasallad 08:08, 22 December 2007 (UTC)

edit Removal of offensive and slanderous content

In the 21st Century, last time I checked, it was still illegal to make slanderous and defamatory comments about and any group or individual. So, without much surprise, it is with this notion that this page has had it's extremely offensive, slanderous and entirely un-humourous content edited and removed.

Perhaps closer moderation on sites like this would be an interesting concept?

With this notion it would also serve against this site and those participating in it's offensive content, being likely to have legal action taken against them.

edit A rebuttal

  1. Libel, not slander. Slander is spoken utterances, this is in writing.
  2. In order to be libelous, it has to be shown that a reasonable person reading the article would be likely to believe it to be true. Given the highly fanciful nature of the article, I doubt that would happen in this case.
  3. Before pursuing legal action, Miss Minogue would have to give a shit. Given her wealth, fame, success and legions of adoring fans, I doubt very much that she would have the time or inclination to worry about something as utterly trivial as a short, badly written joke article.
The real question is - why do you care? --Cap'n Sir Ben GUN WotM VFH VFP 11:26, 5 August 2008 (UTC)
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