Talk:Martin Luther King, Jr.

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==I'm taking my name off of this feature==
 
==I'm taking my name off of this feature==
The explanation notice was taken off of the front of the page, and the article has been very heavily edited since it was featured and is no longer relective of my work to redeem the page from the crap that it was. I had put the page on Vote for Deletion when someone put it up for feature at the same time. At that point, as it picked up votes for Feature, I tried to redeem the damn thing from the crap that it was and now is again. This was a challenge, and putting in the O'Reilly data to a fuller degree at least gave it an angle where it was a little accepatable. These changes have been mostly removed. I disavow this page, which is one of the worse on uncyclopedia, and has been mentioned by people off-site as one of our worse. I agree. [[user:Aleister in Chains|'''Aleister''']] 16:00 July 25, 2012 (UTC)
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The explanation notice was taken off of the front of the page, and the article has been very heavily edited since it was featured and is no longer reflective of my work to redeem the page from the crap that it was. I had put the page on Vote for Deletion when someone put it up for feature at the same time. At that point, as it picked up votes for Feature, I tried to redeem the damn thing from the crap that it was and now is again. This was a challenge, and putting in the O'Reilly data to a fuller degree at least gave it an angle where it was a little accepatable. These changes have been mostly removed. I disavow this page, which is one of the worse on uncyclopedia, and has been mentioned by people off-site as one of our worse. I agree. [[user:Aleister in Chains|'''Aleister''']] 16:00 July 25, 2012 (UTC)
 
:p.s. This is the first feature I have memory of which was a rewrite to a large extent, was featured from this perspective, and then reverted back to the crap version. [[user:Aleister|'''Aleister''']] 16:35 July 25, '12
 
:p.s. This is the first feature I have memory of which was a rewrite to a large extent, was featured from this perspective, and then reverted back to the crap version. [[user:Aleister|'''Aleister''']] 16:35 July 25, '12

Latest revision as of 16:49, July 25, 2012

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The tragic assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.

As well as of the red link that used to be this talkpage. Sir SockySexy girls Mermaid with dolphin Tired Marilyn Monroe (talk) (stalk)Magnemite Icons-flag-be GUN SotM UotM PMotM UotY PotM WotM 11:38, 19 January 2012

edit Whats up with the first paragraph?

The first paragraph of the article sounds too accurate and encyclopediaic to be on uncyclopedia. Too many real facts. --Sillierrabbit (talk) 07:19, March 6, 2012 (UTC)

It's supposed to be like that to set up the rest of the article. It takes a complete 180 at the end of the paragraph by calling him a douche, and then continues onward from there. Do I really need to explain this? I didn't even write OR read the fucking thing and I could tell what's going on in it. --Roman Dog Bird (talk) 07:55, March 6, 2012 (UTC)

edit I'm taking my name off of this feature

The explanation notice was taken off of the front of the page, and the article has been very heavily edited since it was featured and is no longer reflective of my work to redeem the page from the crap that it was. I had put the page on Vote for Deletion when someone put it up for feature at the same time. At that point, as it picked up votes for Feature, I tried to redeem the damn thing from the crap that it was and now is again. This was a challenge, and putting in the O'Reilly data to a fuller degree at least gave it an angle where it was a little accepatable. These changes have been mostly removed. I disavow this page, which is one of the worse on uncyclopedia, and has been mentioned by people off-site as one of our worse. I agree. Aleister 16:00 July 25, 2012 (UTC)

p.s. This is the first feature I have memory of which was a rewrite to a large extent, was featured from this perspective, and then reverted back to the crap version. Aleister 16:35 July 25, '12
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