Self-Nom -- I wrote this back in 2010 when it occurred to fabricate a Doomsday conspiracy theory around Adam Sandler's The Chanukah Song. Hanukkah begins December 9th, and I thought I'd try for a holiday feature in time to capitalize off of the 2012 apocalypse craziness. If anyone knows any tips on how to improve this, such as toning down the anti-Semitism (or toning up?), I'd appreciate it. Pee Review awaits here. --Kip > Talk•Works•• 22:09, Nov. 24, 2012
Boner. I've got similar reservations as SPIKE, except on the satirizing extremists by making them more extreme which I think is lovely. This gets so ridiculous with its extremity that it almost skirts off from satire into absurdism a few times, and while the average internet-dwelling dolt who reads our site will probably understand very little of it and be extremely offended, I scoff my nose in their direction. There it is. Just scoffing. Now see what they've done? -RAHB 06:23, December 1, 2012 (UTC)
I have the usual reservations about the ambiguity of spoofing extremism (in this case conspiracy theories about Jews) by making it more extreme. And more about the first person, question-and-answer format (including bickering between the writer of section heads and the writer of text) and the peculiar typography. SpıkeѦ 13:41 25-Nov-12
Abstain. I could see where this was going and I can appreciate the work but I couldn't vote for. RomArtus*Imperator ® (Orate) 17:38, December 2, 2012 (UTC)
Featured. Countdown to doom. RomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 18:52, December 9, 2012 (UTC) This article has passed VFH and was featured on 9 December 2012. This page is now archived; do not edit it, it will have no effect.