Talk:Who Do You Think

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hrm... I had more ideas for this article but I cant remember them at the moment plus I have stuff I need to get to. Feel free to contribute to it, I really think it can be something. --Whimsickal 23:55, 6 November 2006 (UTC)

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Good Lord, is it so hard to make a proper Pee Review entry? Anyway, this article utilizes the "pedantic repetition without getting to the point" humor device. I used something similar in Uncertainty, and I know that this sort of thing is tough to pull off. The article has potential, but you'll need a credential, possibly an equation exponential, make it influential, but don't get too conceptual, throw in something existential, and make it just a little more comprehensible. Stupid rhymes. --The Acceptable Thinking cap small Cainad Sacred Chao (Fnord) 01:49, 9 November 2006 (UTC)
I read the article, but no laugh forthcomning. Sorry. Perhaps you could step up the paranoia level with typografical effects. "Pedantic humour without getting to the point". I can see where you want to go (know what I mean, nudge nudge, wink wink) but this article in its present state misses the target. Maybe you could work it around parodizing Doctor Who (Doctor When, Doctor Why, Doctor Whome, Doctor What, Doctor How, endless possibility there) but it has been probably already been done if I know my fellow Uncyclopeadians. Also, there is an album called "Who do you think we are ?" by Slade if I'm not mistaken - no wait, Alice Cooper (who indeed). And of course while I'm at it, The Who featuring Roger "See me, Feel me" Daltrey. You might even decide to go classic and try to answer the question "Quis Custodiet Custodes" (Who guards the guardians ? The debate around this question has continued in some form or other for the past 50.000 years. It's called politics). Well, many suggestions, hopefully one or two will lead to a new insight -- di Mario 22:10, 15 November 2006 (UTC)
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