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Also about Internet & Apps+136Youtubers who don't have sponsors are way better than ones that always have them. amirite?
Also about Internet & Apps-46The owners of Amirite are actually rather irresponsible for allowing one disgruntled loser to take a website hostage because he’s an unhappy little bitch who will never get laid, amirite?
Also by boxtop+12The world can't end in 2012 because somewhere, in some book, one of the characters travels to a time later than 2012. Either that, or somebody's yogourt cup expires in 2013. Amirite?
Also about Internet & Apps+4Hi, it's Ms.Ts from SodaHead. When SH kicked its users, we migrated to Amirite. Idk if they're active. Regardless, I wanted to express my thoughts on my time on SH. I joined in 2013, I was a freshman in HS. It had a fun community. I made many friends & enemies. I had a lot of pedophiles attempting to groom me too. The most insufferable, pretentious people were PHAET. I vaguely recall Melizmatic. Self proclaimed intellectual (egomaniac) who thought it was cool to bicker with teens when she was a mom. Now that I'm 22 & look back on my time there, I realize it was a huge waste of time, amirite?
I know that anyone can change the information, but I still go to Wikipedia to get like a general overview of something. Then, maybe see if other, more credible sources say the same thing
It seems silly to me when teachers say not to use it because "anyone can edit it." I can understand if it doesn't have all the details or if some parts are wrong, but I don't think anyone spends their time retyping the history of ancient burial tombs in America.
I think the Justin Bieber page is more likely to get changed for the fun of it.
My teacher claims that she changes history pages and such for the fun of it, but you can't always trust her.
Wiki is my fucking bro.
Also, every edit is credited with a source to another website, which is listed a t the bottom with the rest of the citations. If there's no source, it'll let you know. Teachers can be so ignorant
Sure anyone can change it but there are people constantly monitoring the site so if any information is changed, it is corrected fairly quickly. My APUSH teacher told the whole class that the information for American History was correct and that we were allowed to use it.
I trust Wiki - especially when my edits have been there for a long time and others are citing my additions - of COURSE I trust Wiki (well , most of the time)
Wikipedia has people constantly verifying the information being submitted. Above all else wikipedia is meant to be an online encyclopedia, therefore we should be able to trust what we read from it
Its a great starting place. The citations are incredibly helpful if I need to do lots of research for a paper or something.