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Why are the quotes here so positive? Yeah there's some negative stuff but shouldn't there be more complaining? User:70.92.93.51

Feel free to add negative quotes. ~ MosheZadka (Talk) 14:51, 22 October 2005 (UTC)

why not to share good things[edit]

well! it's a terrific place to find a collection of variety of stuff? tell good links if anybody has got

—This unsigned comment is by Shakeel candid (talkcontribs) .

Well I believe Wikiquote is so much better than Wikipedia. The rules are to strict on wikipedia! I mean this admin bans me for creaing a new account just because I forgot my other account's password and did not provide any email-address details. Please don't comment on my comment.

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  • The problem about Wikipedia is that it just works in reality, not in theory.
  • Possibly the greatest idea of the Computer Age.
    • BritishWebWorld magazine
  • The real problem is not Wikipedia, but reporters who fail to check their facts.
  • At last, an encyclopedia by potheads!
  • The big secret of course is that Wikipedia is not really about an encyclopedia, it's just a big game of nomic.
  • We don't know how many unique users visit the site because we're lame and don't keep track of it - we don't sell advertising, so we don't have to.
  • Our mission is to document human knowledge, no matter how unpleasant or offensive it may be to some people.
  • Wikipedia functions much like an iceberg: for every page of supposedly factual information one sees peeking out, hidden below are countless thousands of pages on debate, argument, and vandalism.
  • The best thing about Wikipedia is that you can make up your own information to put on it!
    • David Smith
  • Wikipedia:The Yoda of the Internet!
    • Katy Chase in "In The Real World" (www.intherealworld.moonfruit.com)
  • With Wikipedia, everyone can read anything anyone wrote on everything!
    • Unknown source
  • I love Wikipedia. It's the first place I go when I'm looking for knowledge, or when I want to create some.
  • I love Wikipedia. Any site that's got a longer entry on "truthiness" than on Lutherans has its priorities straight.