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edit THIS ARTICLES AWESOME
...can we get some quotes in here though i mean really doesn't good ol' Oscar have something to say about this--Safteysalamander 02:17, 28 May 2007 (UTC)
edit From Pee Review
|Humour:||6||The opening paragraph is almost factual, isn't it? So is most of the second. Straight-man passages are useful when providing background for and contrast with humorous ones, but I think there's too much fact and not enough silliness in the first part of the article.|
|Concept:||7||It's an OK concept -- not a stunning why didn't I think of that?!? but not an oh God this is a lame idea either.|
|Prose and formatting:||8||Well-written.|
|Images:||8||The images are fine. See endnotes.|
|Miscellaneous:||7||I feel OK about this article. I'd like to see it improve.|
|Reviewer:||----OEJ 15:07, 27 May 2007 (UTC)|
Endnotes: The YouTube video is quite funny...and oddly enough, that seems to present a problem. Because the video is quite good there is a danger that the Uncyc article could feel like it was written just as an excuse to post the video. (I'm not saying this is the case! I am merely saying that it may create that feeling in some readers.)
So there are a couple of things to think about: how to make the opening paragraphs more humorous and less straightforwardly factual, and how to handle the video inclusion.
Good luck with this article. ----OEJ 15:07, 27 May 2007 (UTC)
edit Optimal Puple Nurple Time
According to the legend the first purple nurple given was by Ronald Regan to Mikhail Gorbachev. On May 23 these two figure sat down in Moscow to discuss the terms of detente and USA's ultimate amazingness. Gorbachev was unwilling to cooperate. Therefore, Regan decided to "force" him to agree to Regan's terms. Therefore, at 2:17 AM( American time) Regan issued the first purple nurple, which quickly ended the Cold War and led to Regans statement of: "Gorbachev tear down this wall." Therefore, it is seen as great respect to Regan and the Purple nurple to give a purple nurple to the "Gorbachev" of life.