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For. A five star unreview that exemplifies how to over analyze. I'm sure there's more lenses of literary criticism to view Zero Wing from, so perhaps it's a bit premature. Irritable of contents (talk) 03:17, March 16, 2017 (UTC)
Against. Well-written, yes, but reads as though it is written to inform not amuse. The Intro especially is nothing but praise of Fripp and lament over the state of modern music. No one visits to read essays of personal opinion in a slightly jaunty voice; let's hold out for actual humor. Spıke13:52 25-Feb-17
Against. Funny premise, however that was really explored through writing style rather than actual jokes. A good piece of writing but not a great piece of parody. --Moonhead42 (talk) 01:31, March 17, 2017 (UTC)
For. A bit silly, yes, but it's not that badly written. Starboard Travels (talk) 02:47, February 23, 2017 (UTC)
Against Votes: 1
Against. Wildeism, randumbo and racism memes in Intro, then more randumbo when we jump in. Goofy History for no purpose except writing goofy stuff. I would be amazed if nominator saw more in this than the lady wearing nothing but a towel. Spıke06:21 23-Feb-17
For. An excellent article, though I can't help but think PerfumeRepair was going to add more to the article but never got around to it.--HolUp (talk) 09:01, January 10, 2017 (UTC)
Against Votes: 1
Against. A bit too much trying to be funny for my taste. Starboard Travels (talk) 20:21, March 13, 2017 (UTC)
For those born in the mid 90s (that's me), this article might bring back some good memories. Anyone older or younger than that will be confused about the subject material, heh.--HolUp (talk) 09:01, January 10, 2017 (UTC) Poor rationale for article redacted--HolUp (talk) 08:21, January 28, 2017 (UTC)
Strikes me that PerfumeRepair watched one episode and wrote a wisecracking blog. I haven't watched the show but don't see much of a comedy strategy here. Stereotyping in the Intro ("token" vs "farmboy") falls flat. Nominator mentions two good reasons not to feature it. Spıke12:54 10-Jan-17
For. Feature this because this is the only mass collaboration going on at the moment: Created by David202, an outline added by UgurGumushan to be fleshed out by Bludud202, who also lives at 202; Romartus and I also got our licks in. Spıke02:12 4-Jan-17
Very hard to slog through, from the passives in the first sentence to the Bible citations in the second. The payoff is that Biblical commandments are mostly ludicrous (which could be funny) or that Bible-quoters are hypocrites (which dances on the line of advocacy). Keep working on it. Spıke02:26 4-Jan-17
Comment. I will vote for this, but in the "Sacrifices" section, third paragraph, third sentence, there is a minor question I have grammatically. I feel as if you should have 'but' instead of 'and'. Because this conjunction is 'not only... but also'. Just a little thing that bugged me. QuietEmoTrash (talk) 01:57, March 22, 2017 (UTC)
Against. This is a checklist of things fake news does, followed by an example; this reads more like a definition for undictionary. From the title I was expecting something over the top and close to ED territory like Pizzagate, which would demonstrate how apparently libel laws don't apply to the internet or during election seasons. Irritable of contents (talk) 17:41, January 8, 2017 (UTC)
Although nominally related to the U.S. "Fake News" hysteria, the strategy of repeatedely stating a journalistic rule and then violating it in the same sentence comes across as mechanical as a "Page in the style of the thing it's about." Spıke02:30 4-Jan-17