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I know no one will be able to do an in-depth review on this. But whoever does it just do what you can. Thanks. --Tophat headless 17:24, March 29, 2011 (UTC)

I'll do this one. Why? Because. And it's all about me! WHY??? 05:24, March 31, 2011 (UTC)
Introduction to your reviewer

I like to introduce myself to my reviewee so you'll know how unqualified I am. But in this case, I am eminently qualified. If there's one thing I am, it's Why. Why with a question mark after it. Actually, usually Why with three questions marks after it. It's a triune thing, the biblical re-emphasize of reality; if you have the same dream once, it's just a dream. The same dream twice, it's a sign. The same dream three times, it's a sign from God. It's the Christian trinity; it's Jesus on the cross between two crosses; it's the Beginning, the Middle, and the End; it's the Three Stooges. Put it all together and it spells Why. With three question marks.

Concept: 10 The concept is perfect. What greater question is there than Why? Why do we exist? Why do we eat? Why do we convince ourselves we really do have a chance with the blonde girl in the red bikini? Or, depending upon preference, with the blonde guy in the blonde girl in the red bikini? It's the eternal question, first asked at age 3, and never truly answered.
Prose and Formatting: 10 This brings up one of the most fundamental questions of all English and Germanic-based linguistics: is Why? a complete sentence? Does it have a subject or a verb? The answer is no. And yet, the meaning is clear. Are the subject and verb understood, based on what came before, or what is imagined to have come before? That is the question, and the question is Why?
Humo(u)r: 10 Why, what could be funnier than a three-year-old child who continually asks, starting with a wee, small voice, Why? Why? Why? Why?

Why, an adult who says


Images: 10 Sometimes, it is absence that makes the heart grow fonder; sometimes it's what's missing that really brings out what's there. Imagine the Lord's Supper without Jesus. Would he not be more obvious for his absence? Something like the person who really notices when their car was stolen. It makes it all the more precious.
Miscellaneous: 10 Genius.
Final Score: 50 I have never, ever given a perfect score to an article. Why did I give this one a perfect score? you see it coming I know you do. Because.
Reviewer: WHY??? 00:00, April 1, 2011 (UTC)
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