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|This article was nominated for deletion on October 11, 2007.
The result of the discussion was Keep.
edit Remember ...
1) There is no prohibition against factual information
2) It is NOT factual, it never happened, it is from a fictional movie.
3) Read "How to be funny and not just stupid"
- The truth is often funnier than flat out nonsense. The funniest pages are those closest to the truth.
- Example: "Erik Estrada is an intergalactic poo warrior who was aborted by his mother during the third week of pregnancy."
- Stupid. Pointless drivel.
- Example: "Erik Estrada is an American (possibly Costa Rican) television actor. Known for a succesful career in the California Highway Patrol following his retirement from the television business."
- Funnier because it's closer to the truth. "CHiPS" was a real TV show. Blending fact with fiction, or blurring that line makes for better comedy. Now, mind you, this is not a particularly hilarious line, but you get the idea.
- Factual information is unwelcome. And factual information from a fiction movie is still factual information, even if it is about that movie's fictional universe. It is not prohibited, but should be correspondingly obscured/written from a humorous point of view, not copied verbatim. - Guest 01:28, 24 Nov 2005 (UTC)
Reverted to mine i felt it was funny, and felt that the movie one was well to based off somehting some one else did allready illogicalbeats