Eccentric views seldom dominate sources in terms of numbers, popular
culture view can. There is definitely play in terms of minority views
we consider crackpot as opposed to authentic.
On May 2, 2006, at 8:41 PM, Mark Gallagher wrote:
Sometimes the quality of the sources may differ
one source representing scholarly opinion, the other reflecting
Or, surprisingly commonly, the other reflects not popular culture but
the view of an idiot who should be locked up for his own protection.
See: Eurasian Land Bridge, Anti-metrication, Gatekeeper (politics),
well, too many to mention, I guess. I think you could probably
POV, however, absurd, and find that there's a batshit conspiracy
theorist who holds it. Further, that conspiracy theorist will either
edit or inspire another loony to edit Wikipedia to push that POV
or later. We're too damn big.
"What? I can't hear you, I've got a banana on my head!"
- Danger Mouse
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