Are you sure you didn't accidentally type 'water babes'?Batty wrote:I don't know how true it is, but I've been told that anyone can change 'facts' on wikipedia, and the information provided cannot be taken as gospel.
You also can't instantly find anything you want - or I can't, anyway.
A few years ago I was trying to buy a DVD for a friend of mine. She wanted the Water Babies and I decided to look up the production details and then order it for her.
Have you ever tried googling 'water babies'? The sites that mr. google decided were relevant made me blush! I had to look twice to check that my eyes weren't deceiving me!!
Who's Wee Dug wrote:Batty not any one can change the facts on wikipedia you have to be registered on it first, if it is not an open submission.
poohbcarrot wrote:Wiki contains so much info that there are bound to be mistakes from time to time. However, I believe that as a whole, there isn't a better or more accurate site on the internet and Wiki can be usually trusted.
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Finally! Our bad little bear believes in something!
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Show off!
Student Power!Trish wrote:Upside to a litigious society is you don't have to put up with it.
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20090731/ap_ ... le_lawsuit
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