White Cat wrote:
It was established as simple coincidental vandalism.
- White Cat
On 7/2/07, Bryan Derksen <bryan.derksen(a)shaw.ca> wrote:
> White Cat wrote:
>> We are living in an era where simple vandalism on en.wikipedia becomes
>> headline news on CNN not once but twice (that professional wrestler's
> I would hardly consider an edit that suggested the editor may have had
> inside knowledge of a murder to be "simple vandalism." IMO you're
> gravely misrepresenting it by calling it that.
"Simple vandalism" does not become headline news, unless it happens to
become something other than simple vandalism. There is a firehose of
simple vandalism that does not make headlines. This was "simple
vandalism" that became something else when it turned out to closely
coincide with what was at the time recently realized reality.