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Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again


Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 27, 2008, 04:11:47 AM
Could somebody please explain to me what wikipedia has against ANUS?  How exactly have these three people come to be enemies?  Is there some sort of serious beef here, or is wikipedia really just run by a bunch of childish egomaniacs?

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 27, 2008, 04:34:38 AM
yeah, wikipedia is run by pedophiles; that's not news anymore. wikipedia may have even had a positive effect, in its showcasing of the ineptitude of democracy: "wait- there will be disagreements over reality; and the resultant compromise will have more to do with popularity than factuality?!?!" who would have thought...

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 27, 2008, 04:48:36 AM
"Alexa demonstrates that it is not popular. That's compelling evidence for non-notability."

YAY DEMOCRACY!!!!

My friends and I have all decided that smoking crack must be good for us, because it makes us feel so good!  You hear that world?  Crack is now officially good for you!

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 27, 2008, 06:24:03 AM
Oh, this is excellent. I'm reading http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/American_Nihilist_Underground_Society

Apparently, in order to edit "the encyclopedia anyone can edit," you have to be an established member of the community and agree with the same values as everyone else, objectively. Clearly they don't have Wikipedia's best interests in mind.

"Slanderous" ED article that actually contains quite a bit of truth about Wikipedia and its pseudo-elitist "community"

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 28, 2008, 01:38:29 PM
Apparently, in order to edit "the encyclopedia anyone can edit," you have to be an established member of the community and agree with the same values as everyone else, objectively. Clearly they don't have Wikipedia's best interests in mind.

Or, they understand democracy doesn't work because it introduces conflicting values that battle with and tax the social fabric / vision statement. So, they elect for exclusivity, segregation and an authoritarian check against common people with different values.

Modern society's pseudo-democracy dictatorship of quantity is exactly the same: Pleasant Illusion is the majority enforced, not universally-agreed-upon, goal. Hard Reality types create conflict, so these are kept silenced, shunned and segregated.

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 28, 2008, 04:05:00 PM
why does this site need to be featured on wikipedia? that site is completely open for users to write anything and everything they want about this site. if people really want to learn about this site, they should just fucking come here.

And therein is the rub of mass societies:

They need to know it's here first.

They generally do this, as most do, by starting out with respected, mainstream sources, including Wikipedia and metal magazines. Until ANUS.com gets linked/featured in these, it will remain a shrinking reactionary population.

Nature respects only what is effective. Most people do not understand why nature is cruel, like capitalism and warfare and predation. Here is why: nature fucking detests the ineffective.

And if you see the damage the ineffective do, you will too (knowing deadite, he probably already does but is too nice to say so -- I'm not so nice -- I was dropped on my head as an infant, repeatedly).

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 28, 2008, 04:32:32 PM
This isn't very on-topic, but you can draw fine lines...

I'm really getting tired of being moderated on other forums, because I for example say a gay person is more likely to use a mac.

What should we do?

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 28, 2008, 04:35:37 PM
Look, wikipedia is a very important site, run by very important people, with very important lives, within which they do very important things.  They don't have the time, energy, or resources to waste on a site dedicated to something as asinine as reality.  Reality is gay and depressing, and in it my butthole aches and my cock oozes puss.  Fuck that shit.

But in all seriousness, being hosted on wikipedia is essentially a necessary form of advertisement.  The fact that the site is run by a bunch of ("alleged") child rapists is unfortunate but irrelevant.

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 28, 2008, 04:40:52 PM
had it not been for a mention of ANUS' 'best of' black metal list on the wiki page for Vikingligr Veldi, i probably never would have known of this place.

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 29, 2008, 01:59:09 PM
I imagine Blackmetalbaz to be a sad, fat little man with thinning hair attempting to wear all of the accessories of black metal but holding none of the spirit. A hipster, who desperately wants to impress girls by throwing on something underground. He isn't in metal for the good of the genre.

Anyway, it is easy to include ANUS on Wikipedia in other ways. Include quotes from the interview page, include review links on an album page, cite some of the FAQ, history etc etc

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 29, 2008, 03:36:31 PM
Anyway, it is easy to include ANUS on Wikipedia in other ways. Include quotes from the interview page, include review links on an album page, cite some of the FAQ, history etc etc

exactly!

Istaros made a very good point. he didnt learn of ANUS through their direct Wikipedia article, but through an entry for Vikingligr Veldi. ANUS doesnt need its own exclusive article to make itself known on Wikipedia.

most people (including myself at first) dont regard ANUS seriously in the most part for several reasons (though most often it is the name). why bother with people who cant get past superficial "oddities" in order to appreciate substance? i would think we would want LESS of those kind here.

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
November 30, 2008, 03:59:12 PM
Examples of wikipedia's high standards:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mammary_intercourse
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Mammary_Intercourse.ogg  <---Listen to this whole recording. It's extremely funny.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleavage_enhancement Features a tranny with breast implants.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BreechingIt's about little boys wearing skirts.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pearl_necklace_(sexuality)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_paraphiliasSome of the things on this list are just hilarious. A lot of them would make good band names i think.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ejaculates Check out the videos. (WARNING: gay porn)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cum_shot
I can make this list go on forever. This is just what I found after a few minutes.

On a related note, these pages should be deleted if anus.com's page was deleted. The logic they used to delete the anus.com page can be applied to these pages.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tri-Ess
all pages listed here.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_transgender-rights_organizations
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fictionmania
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genderfuck

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
December 02, 2008, 12:34:13 AM
Hey, I'm a new member but I've been lurking for quite some time now.
When I arrived at ANUS I was listening to Lamb of God and ARE YOU TALKIN TO ME?, ANUS and the band reviews have given me an education.
Additionally the discussions on nihilism and our current society have opened my eyes, I used to be what T Kaczynski called an over-socialized leftist, but again I've been educated.
The Dark Legion archives was my first exposure to ANUS, and from there I entered the main site and the forum.
I've decided to first post in this discussion because, as Istaros says, an ANUS wikipedia article isn't immediately necessary for exposure, though it would be useful. In this frame of mind I figure it would be effective to post links to the band reviews from the Dark Legions archives. I've done this on the At The Gates article on Wikipedia under external links, I figure the review is of the same nature as an Allmusic review (though of higher quality) and thus hopefully won't be a target for removal from the external links. If this is done for all bands which have articles on Wikipedia and reviews in the DL archives, we'd be both improving Wikipedia as a source, spreading knowledge of high quality metal and also advertising ANUS. If no one has any logical objections I'll get started with all bands under A. Also, adding an external link to a Wikipedia article is fairly easy once the guide is viewed, I got it right on my first attempt so it can't be too difficult. I look forward to working with you folks.

Re: Wikipedia deletes ANUS, again
December 02, 2008, 01:48:01 AM
Hey, I'm a new member but I've been lurking for quite some time now.
When I arrived at ANUS I was listening to Lamb of God and ARE YOU TALKIN TO ME?, ANUS and the band reviews have given me an education.
Additionally the discussions on nihilism and our current society have opened my eyes, I used to be what T Kaczynski called an over-socialized leftist, but again I've been educated.
The Dark Legion archives was my first exposure to ANUS, and from there I entered the main site and the forum.
I've decided to first post in this discussion because, as Istaros says, an ANUS wikipedia article isn't immediately necessary for exposure, though it would be useful. In this frame of mind I figure it would be effective to post links to the band reviews from the Dark Legions archives. I've done this on the At The Gates article on Wikipedia under external links, I figure the review is of the same nature as an Allmusic review (though of higher quality) and thus hopefully won't be a target for removal from the external links. If this is done for all bands which have articles on Wikipedia and reviews in the DL archives, we'd be both improving Wikipedia as a source, spreading knowledge of high quality metal and also advertising ANUS. If no one has any logical objections I'll get started with all bands under A. Also, adding an external link to a Wikipedia article is fairly easy once the guide is viewed, I got it right on my first attempt so it can't be too difficult. I look forward to working with you folks.

This is an excellent idea and it's something anyone can do even if they've got just a few extra minutes on hand.

Also, not to go off on too much of a tangent here, but what's officially the deal with the Hessian Wiki.  Is it still a work in progress or is it dead?  Should we post links to it on Wikipedia as well?