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Guidebook to the Voting Rights Movement related faces in the cloud (history, logs)

Article: Guidebook to the Voting Rights Movement related faces in the cloud

Score: 5 spooky actions at a distance

Nominated by: Aleister
For: 6
  1. Symbol for vote selfnom&For After much work this seems ready for prime time. Lots of pics to prove the claim, which is still satire on several levels (A guidebook to faces in the cloud???). Thanks for a read and a look. Spooky action at a distance. Aleister 14:24 18-1-14
  2. Symbol for vote For. Funnybony Icons-flag-th Agnideva-small.jpg AGT-logo-small.jpg 16:27, Jan 18
  3. For. Mimo&Maxus (Talk) 18:17, January 18, 2014 (UTC)
  4. For. LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 15:37, January 22, 2014 (UTC)
  5. I still cannot see more than two faces but the page seems very informative. Anton (talk) Uncyclopedia United 13:03, March 21, 2014 (UTC)
  6. For. Go on then. ChiefjusticePS3 20:21, March 23, 2014 (UTC)
Against: 1
  1. Symbol against vote Against. After much work, the point of this scholarship is still to use us as a disk farm to support a blog on another website (to which our traffic is diverted at the end of the article) and to conduct a worship service for American civil rights icons. Yes, it is partly satire, as everything author writes is satire; but everything he writes does not deserve the main page to the exclusion of an article that might be of interest to the average reader. Spıke ¬ 14:31 18-Jan-14
    See my comment below. Aleister 16:20 20-1-14
Comments
  • This page may be unique on the web, real-time discoveries of images in the cloud of one of the two or three most iconic photographs of a very major era in world and American history which all arguably can be related to the event, with all the images looking down upon the marchers. Yikes! And SPIKE, none of that regarding my motives is true (again). I direct to the other page because some of the data and photographs on this page was created there by others, and that seems only fair - fair is flair. And what have you got against civil rights icons, did one scare you in the crib?Aleister 16:19 20-1-14

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