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Against. Even before degenerating into unfunny lists, the only humor in this article was done by others, when anti-names were chosen by the musical acts The Who and The Guess Who. SpıkeѦ 11:14 10-Jan-15
Against. From my vote last time, when it was named HowTo:Be absurdly funny and not just a content freak: "The target audience is readers of HTBFANJS — in other words, we insiders — not chance passers-by to our main page, on whom a lot is going to be lost." I do not think that the website needs a satire version of How To Be Funny And Not Just Stupid (our Style Guide) at all, especially one with pretenses of being a competing Style Guide of its own. SpıkeѦ 21:32 4-Jan-15
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)