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Against. Featuring would solve the problem that otherwise no one will ever find this article because they first have to guess its punch line. The comedy theme is simply pseudo-scientific ridicule of Christianity (especially "scientific" defense of Christianity). It is here to advocate, with extreme repetition. SpıkeѦ 13:51 24-Feb-15
Against. A lot of potential, but it needs more work especially with saying things with subtlety to reach the feature standard. Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 15:50, February 27, 2015 (UTC)
It has a funny concept, following I have a dream with the response, "Have you sought help?" But articles "in the style of the thing they are about" have one funny concept as well. This is good writing, but descent into insanity does not make for a funny read, and the portion that would appear on our main page unfolds especially slowly. I don't get the monkeys, nor the purported explanation at the end, unless it is to say that reality is insane and the crazy man is the only accurate observer. Now my head hurts as well. SpıkeѦ 22:05 22-Feb-15
Despite not having got it, you explained it better than I could! "Reality is insane and the crazy man is the only accurate observer" - that's quite it. The interpretations are not very clear, but that's deliberate: in my vision, the man, who always relied on logic, becomes crazy being unable to comprehend racial discrimination. The monkeys are an incarnation of the racial prejudice, but also the only "logical" way out of this mess for the main character: if we don't treat them like humans, than they can't be humans, can they? Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 16:12, February 23, 2015 (UTC)
Hence, by the way, the name of the article. The main character's insane dream and Dr. King's famous one actually coincide (which becomes more obvious towards the end). Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 16:15, February 23, 2015 (UTC)
We should let the world know more about this. Also, It's should be important since he can blow your head with some nuclear missiles. Btw, it's funny. Megalo Kirito (talk) 07:52, February 16, 2015 (UTC)
Against. Perhaps not "funny" but indisputably "energetic" |(get dtf) 20:41, February 17, 2015 (UTC)
Against. It's certainly a good try, funny in places, but it's still a page with many inequalities, which sometimes relies too strongly on clichés and sometimes on randomness. All in all, I don't think it's feature quality. Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 21:18, February 28, 2015 (UTC)
Against. The predominant comedy theme is that he must have a short penis — not feature-quality material. I removed the first two initial quotations, but the remaining one is excellent. SpıkeѦ 22:50 28-Feb-15
For. Anton(talk) Uncyclopedia United 19:19, January 29, 2015 (UTC)
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Comment. I have observed that Xam particularly likes this one, but although I was proud of it and will maintain there are good jokes in it, it is very clunky and uneven and lacks direction. So not terribly featureworthy. |(get dtf) 01:24, February 25, 2015 (UTC)
Against. Author Sequence in 2009 structured this not as an encyclopedia article but as a sales pitch (indeed, apparently with a black insurance salesman: "We be living in a very dangerous time"). Despite prepending an encyclopedia-like Intro (which helpfully? discloses that this is an article about a fraud), the result is stand-up or a stage play. SpıkeѦ 12:18 1-Jan-15
Against. I agree with SPIKE. Shifting from one format to another is confusing and detracts from the article. --SirXamRalcothe Mediocre 04:51, January 9, 2015 (UTC)