These tards and their family members (mostly their family members, natch) keep blowing up my email complaining about the story I did the other day about how the tard that played Corky on Life Goes On was supposedly scared of black people and refused to work with a black actress. So I figured I might do a follow-up.
I was consulting Google just now, looking for more information on Corky being a racist, and come to find out one of these tards must have fucked with my Wikipedia entry. Now there's a paragraph talking about how the shit I write might not be true, since I've been accused of making that shit up about Corky being a racist.
Which I didn't, mind you.
Here, check it out for yourself:
However, much of what is reported in Crawford's blog may be falsified material. A recent example is his August 6th 2008 attempt to claim that 80's sit-com "Life Goes On" star Chris Burke had made racist comments in a People Magazine interview. It never happened and Crawford's only cited source was a wikipeida article which some believe he edited to include the false story so he could then cite it in his blog.
What's especially bothersome to me is that, in the post I did about Corky being a racist, I cited the guy's Wikipedia entry and also linked to it. So for these assholes to suggest that might shit might not be true because I cite Wikipedia as a source is like a tacit suggestion that Wikipedia isn't the world's most accurate encyclopedia... when I think we all know that's been proven to be true.
Of course, they're also claiming that I went in and added the shit about him being a racist just so I could blog about it. Which is obviously not true for a couple of reasons: First of all, if you've been reading my shit for any amount of time, you know I'm not smart enough to come up with an idea like that. Also, you'd think Wikipedia would have the technology to know I'm not the one who added that shit.
And yet, their entry on me is saying I might have gone and done some editing on their shit? Get the fuck out of here!
Clearly, I'm the one that's the victim here.