Now, don't get me wrong here, I have no real feelings against Uncyclopedia, as long as it doesn't interfere with Wikipedia, but do you really think that Jimbo would make an account here? Think about it... And yes, I am a Wikipedian, specifically, this one. 126.96.36.199 16:40, 24 April 2007 (UTC)
No, this is legit. Technically, Jimbo owns Uncyclopedia. Jimbo owns Wikia, and Wikia hosts Uncyclopedia. --CapercornFLAME!what?UNATOOWS 23:49, 8 July 2007 (UTC)
Are you sure? Look at this user's contributions. It sounds like someone making fun of Jimbo Wales. And why would his first edit ever be on the Terrorist article? --YeOldeLuke 03:16, 4 September 2007 (UTC)
Hi Jimbo Wales, I'm your biggest fan did you get my letters...My love letters...I know someday we can get married Jimbo. It will be great we will have a big Ceremony and I'll invite all my stuffed animals and you can invite...you wikipedian nerd friends...I guess. If your not free because of your comitments to wikipedia that is fine, I can always look through your window. P.S Can you prune back your Rosh bushs they were quite prickly and it made it hard to watch you last night--SIRT H A T G U Y H U F F E D M E throw a snowball 12:59, 28 June 2007 (UTC)
Married? I thought he already is :) 188.8.131.52 05:27, 3 July 2007 (UTC)
That's Soul Flounder to you... :)--Jimbo Wales 22:37, 28 December 2008 (UTC)
We're a bit backward and we worship Sophia here, although we do celebrate Walpurgis Night like out host. Also I think it's cool that you're still interested in uncyclopedia:) — SirSycamore (talk) 11:15, 29 December 2008 (UTC)
Did they seriously cite uncyclopedia? I read that and still can't believe it, that's epic. Ilop 04:07, 1 January 2009 (UTC)
How can i install a title blacklist on Wikia?
How can i find my MediaWiki 'extensions' directory
Hi there Jimbo, UU here, subterranean admin by appointment to the Royal Court of Uncyclopedia and gentleman editor of the UnSignpost, the greatest newspaper on this here wiki and many (if not all) others. In my role as ace news-hound, I was wondering if you may have a quote for our quite literally several readers? Of course, this being Uncyclopedia, I'm not asking you to comment on any particular story - instead, you give us the observation, and we'll make the story. Or, you know, don't. Whichever is cool, really.
I now leave you a copy of our glorious 1st Anniversary celebration bumper issue for your reading delight. Pippings! --UU - natter16:00, May 8
You kids get offa my pipe! Now, where's my lawn?--Jimbo Wales 20:58, 8 May 2009 (UTC)
Many thanks old bean, that'll do nicely. To the random story generatoratron! --UU - natter21:03, May 8
Can you believe it? We can't - particularly as we're only on issue number 46 - and yet it's true, the greatest piece of talkpage spam in the history of this shabby little wiki (and the most modest too) celebrates its first anniversary! Birthed in a blaze of optimism and creativity by fiendish evil genius Dr. Skullthumper and mythical user-in-exile Cajek at the start of May 2008, the UnSignpost was intended to shine a light into the dark corners of the wiki, keeping users up-to-date with anything worth keeping up-to-date with. In this special article, we examine what went wrong, where that glorious vision got corrupted, and how it has ended up in its current state.
The early issues were churned out at a great rate by the founding editors, and Cajek was so enthused by the project that he suggested to Skullthumper that they should move to a twice-weekly release - fortunately, this suggestion was shot down in flames by the doc, or the paper may never have celebrated a second month, let alone a full year! Skullthumper was first to leave the Signpost behind for pastures new, perhaps feeling his work was already done. Looking back nostalgically now at those heady early days, Skullexclusively observed: "Well! Working on the UnSignpost in the beginning was a really fun experience, not gonna lie. Cajek and I were both super excited about it. I'm glad it existed through to today, entirely by the help of other people. The setup was seriously the most fun part. We had NO clue what we were doing, we were experimenting with formatting, content, and a bot that only worked half the time. To summarize: It kicked ass. I had no idea it was about a year ago that it started."
With only Cajek powering it, the Signpost forged onwards, but was beginning to run into troubled waters - even Cajek's legendary enthusiasm was beginning to founder, and when he began to struggle for time, he asked DJ Irreverent to take the helm. We asked Cajek for a nostalgic comment about the Signpost, but he was unavailable, so instead here's a random line from one of his articles: "Also, don't be surprised if you go to jail for what society deems "gross", "horrible", and "Satanic": it's all part of being an ant keeper... and an ant "watcher"". The DJ managed to steady the ship (how long can we sustain this metaphor?), but struggled to handle the torch he'd been passed by his adopter (looks like we didn't sustain it very long - never mind!). Asked to comment on this turbulent period, the DJexclusively remarked: "I dropped said torch like a ton of bricks as a good child should always do. I could not take on the family business, I needed to dance. Anyway, I wrote about 2 articles".
So the pattern of users taking over the paper, only to burn out and abandon it again was becoming well established. Next in the editor's chair was UU, who lasted about 6 issues, before becoming so overwhelmed by the pressures of the paper that he went and got married in order to have a good excuse to get away from it for a few weeks. Recalling those halcyon days, UU told us exclusively: "I love the Signpost, and have had a great time working on it. It does get in the way of writing real articles though, as some users might testify, and it can be a pain to come up with stories each week - hopefully this issue might spark a few people to put some more ideas in the press room".
Fortunately, UU had taken the foresighted step of questioning the staying power of one Gerrycheevers in a previous issue's "comeback of the week" box, and Gerry was so determined to prove he had what it took, that he took over the paper while UU swanned off around the world. Cheevers's time at the helm brought such classic issues as the all-kitten issue, and his exclusive dewy-eyed remembrances run thusly: "I'm proud for having successfully stolen this periodical from Cajek and Skull, and I look forward to many more years of turning forums into news stories, dredging up old features that nobody cares about, and of course making tedious Cajek ban jokes. I also demand a raise and Cajek's office!"
Unfortunately, Cheevers's staying power lived up to UU's expectations, and Gerry took another small break. UU returned to the paper, and frantically enlisted contributions from the likes of Orian57 and Heerenveen to keep the wheels of news turning smoothly. Asked for comment on his input, Orianexclusively told us: "It's a been a great help in bonding together this community. And it's made things more interesting, what with everyone trying to do news worthy things just to get their names in the paper. Or something, I can't manufacture funny under pressure and this is pressure because you're gonna put this in the paper just to humiliate me now, aren't you?". Hv, meanwhile, exclusively commented: "It's amazing that our wonderful newspaper has lasted for so long, especially when you figure the us editors have had nothing to work with but "OMGZ THIS WIKI IZ D00MED" stories since about Issue IV. It's a great tribute to the us editors' ability to make Cajek-filled fluff pieces up on the fly. Maybe they we should try for the Daily Mail?".
Gerrycheevers has been fully back on board since early this year, UU is still hanging around in between banning people and huffing stuff, and with other contributors still pitching in, plus a plentiful supply of Cajek bans to use as padding (see next story), it looks like the immediate future of the paper is in goodcompetenthuman some kind of hands. Want to join the list of over 25 people who have contributed to the paper since its inception? Or want to join the ranks of hand-deliverers and paperbots that have been burned out along the way, and now line the wiki as lifeless husks? Give us a shout in the press room, and become part of the Uncyc furniture!
Wish we'd gotten a quote from Cajek though. Bastard.
During the very same week that Uncyclopedia's most well-known journalism source (suck it, UnNews!) celebrates its first birthday with much cake and punch, one of its co-founders achieved his own personal milestone by being banned for the one hundredth time. Rumors of making Cajek an admin when he reached the milestone have thus far not proven to be true, although he may have magically gained sysop powers upon entering triple-digit territory and we just won't know it until he comes back from wherever he's hiding in a hailstorm of admin-related activity (whatever it is that they do).
The milestone was reached largely thanks to users such as Sockpuppet of an unregistered user, who took to the streets in a grassroots effort to raise awareness, and Gerrycheevers, who went directly to certain sysops with demonstrably active bansticks pleading for a "Cajek-whooping." The landmark 100th ban was achieved yesterday, with the good Dr. Skullthumper blocking Cajek with an expiry time of "a milestone". The UnSignpost would like to congratulate Cajek, and also plead for his return.
Cajek was unavailable for comment, and this reporter was once again chased off of the grounds of the Cajek Mansion, this time by the abstract philosophical concept of existentialism.
The cabal is most displeased with this apparent so called "newspaper" or "voice of the people". What news could there be other than "maintain the peace and obey the cabal, should it exist"? What voice should the people have other than "Yes sir", "No sir" and "Of course, I'll send my sister post haste to your bedroom, Sir"? This useless rag might let people think that the Uncyclopedians have a modicum of freedom. We the cabal, do not exist. But if we did, we'd be most unpleased and just about prepared to clamp down on this operation. Obey the cabal, the cabal is your imaginary friend.
09:23, 30 March 2009 Under user (Talk | contribs) blocked Mordillo (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of a gay admin (you like rahb. rahb = penis. therefore you like penis. therefore you = ghey. this logic is irrefutable. also, morning mordillo.)
11:00, 15 March 2009 MrN9000 (Talk | contribs) blocked Slicktorine (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 2 weeks (Cyberbullying: We just don't care about you or your friends. Sorry. I suggest you ask him for a date. He's probably a really nice guy.)
02:46, 8 February 2009 Roman Dog Bird (Talk | contribs) blocked 184.108.40.206 (Talk) with an expiry time of Judgement Day (Fer the love of Christ, you make me think I actually have a life. You've been doing the same God damn thing since the summer. Just fuck off already.)
08:25, 13 January 2009 Mordillo (Talk | contribs) blocked Tardman (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of Judgement Day (I love being a cunt, it makes my hair glow)
Codeine (Talk | contribs) huffed "Wild sweaty orgies" (If anyone's gonna write an article about these it'll be me. I've done the research.)
02:14, 10 December 2008 Flammable (Talk | contribs) blocked 220.127.116.11 (Talk) with an expiry time of Judgement Day (Hi. Welcome to Uncyc. I'm glad you enjoyed your stay here. We did too.)
04:57, 23 October 2008 Tom mayfair (Talk | contribs) blocked TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of Judgement Day (Intimidating behaviour/harassment: & Not The Good Sexual Kind of Harassment Either)
04:20, 22 October 2008 TheLedBalloon (Talk | contribs) blocked 18.104.22.168 (Talk) with an expiry time of 2 weeks (You, sir, have gone above and beyond the call of failure. Now that may sound like a compliment, but read it again, paying special attention to that last word. Yeah.)
7:41, 20 September 2008 RAHB (Talk | contribs) blocked Cajek (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 2 hours (Just got back. Haven't banned Cajek in a month. Gotta get my fix. CLICK. Aaaaaah yeeeeeahhh. That's gooood shit.)
19:36, 21 September 2008 Dr. Skullthumper (Talk | contribs) blocked Reggie4 (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of 2 days (You have 2 cows. Both of them are banned.)
21:17, 23 July 2008 Modusoperandi (Talk | contribs) blocked 22.214.171.124 (Talk) with an expiry time of 1 day (Try to suck less. You're sucking too much. I didn't say "stop"! Take your time. Yeah, that's the stuff. Now gently squeeze my balls.)
23:56, 20 July 2008 Olipro (Talk | contribs) blocked Swampgas (Talk | contribs) with an expiry time of infinite (congratulations, now you can add us to your list of sites you got banned from for being a bellend)
07:26, 23 June 2008 Manticore (Talk | contribs | block) blocked 126.96.36.199 (Talk) with an expiry time of 2 weeks (You have been autoblocked by the Uncyclopedia penis-size-detector. Rylie, I'm afraid your penis is too small to edit Uncyclopedia. Please try again after puberty.)
1 year old this week, the UnSignpost is the wiki-based newspaper vain enough to give itself a biopic! It has yet to write any featured articles, and hasn't even created a single featured image, but it's appeared on almost as many talk pages as a Modus one-liner, and is certainly the longest-lived newspaper on this wiki. Vive l'UnSignpost!
Thankies of the Week
The staff of the UnSignpost would like to thank all our readers for pretending to care long enough for us to reach this milestone. We couldn't have done it without you. (Well, we could, but there wouldn't have been much point).
Retraction of the Week
In last week's edition of the UnSignpost, the current swine flu pandemic was hailed as a blessing, and our editors expressed hope that the world population would be reduced, making references to particular groups of people as 'expendable'. We would like to express our deepest apologies for referring to this epidemic as 'swine flu', and we will henceforth refer to it by the disease's proper name: H1N1 influenza. We are truly sorry to any pigs or other members of the swine family who may have taken offense.
Old School Featured Article of the Week
Water Polo... With Sharks! is possibly the most difficult, dangerous, and exciting sport known to man. With only slight rules variations from normal water polo, such as the amount of hands you can have on the ball and there being sharks in the water, Water Polo... With Sharks! is the world's second fastest-growing sport, behind Texas Hold 'Em... With Rabid Wolverines!
Pathetic Plea of the Week
What has happened to all of the robots? The UnSignpost has gone through a seeminglyendlesssupplyofrobots, and severalunsuspectingandapparentlybored users have also hand-delivered the paper when no automated bots were available. Lately, Sock and Dexter have joined forces to ensure prompt Signpost delivery, but surely the task of pasting the paper onto thousandshundreds dozens of talk pages will result in arm fatigue and dog attacks. Therefore, a plea: everyone create more robots!
Old School 'Of the Week' Box of the Week
This Week in Uncyclopedia, featured in issues 3 through three, took a look back at some of the greatest highs and crushing lows in the history of this silly wiki. Look for this box to make a triumphant return to the UnSignpost, along with other old favorites such as UU's Obscure British Dialect Expression of the Week and Reason For Leaving Uncyclopedia of the Week.
I have come to count coup. /tags Jimbo Wales, rides away on fast horse named PintoAleister 12:10 23-11-10
Since coup has offically been counted on Jimbo Wales, it is the duty of said user to prepare a template commerating this fact, and deliver it to the user page of said coup gatherer, who waits patiently.
Still waiting. My beard grows long, and the fast horse named Pinto is older and lamer now. Things move in the night, but I still sit, patiently, giving rubes coin to fetch me food and drink. Aleister 4:11 4-3-'13
Another year has passed, as quietly and silently both Father Time and the world tiptoe, turning on their respective axis' over and over and over again - using (amazingly to some) no batteries whatsoever - and from moment to moment observe me sitting serenely on this page, awaiting my Official "Certificate of Coup" from you. Mr. Wales, where does thee abide, if not amongst us? I will stay on this page, like those cold but proud protestors who camp out in front of the White House and Parliament in tents adorned with signs and the spittle of passer-bys, to await your return. I am but your patient and humble servant, Aleister 23:11 18-3-14 (Pinto, alas, has passed)