Wednesday, January 18, 2012

If You Miss Wikipedia, Let Me Help

Posted By on Wed, Jan 18, 2012 at 11:00 AM

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While I do believe that SOPA and PIPA are terrible bills threatening the very internet we enjoy today, I also understand that the need for information doesn't just stop just because Wikipedia is down in protest today (Katie Notopoulos is collecting the tweets of panicked college students wondering how they're going to write their papers, the sheer volume of which is causing me to worry about our country's future).

So, as a public service, I will be happy to answer any knowledge-based question that you might have ordinarily gone to Wikipedia for. Just ask in the comments. Keep in mind, I won't actually be doing any research in the answering process, but I have appeared on two game shows in the past, so I think I know a little bit.

Also, if you'd like to contact your Congresspersons to tell them to leave the internet alone, the widget below makes the process super easy.

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