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Originally posted by circuitsports
Some people are being ridiculous - Wikipedia is run by a bunch of volunteers who get to do as they see fit. The paid people look over all of it but 1 page or another is not worth too much time.
The most likely thing is that whatever existed before was met with editor criticism and now the ats pages are put under scrutiny as they do keep a a list of old pages for moderation purposes.
I have seen alot of things that aren't fair per say that's not a conspiracy by "they" but some mods interpretation of the TOS, that's all.
You have to admit alot of crazy stuff is post here "dragonfly's are not real" comes up pretty high on google vids listing for instance.
Originally posted by undo
i can't find a link to the CNN video that was listed to contain ATS, on the wiki entry alistair was complaining about. was it originally linked in the entry? cause i can't find what he claims is missing. the cnn link he references just goes to wiki's cnn page not the video itself
03:52, 9 August 2010 AlistairMcMillan (talk | contribs) (6,527 bytes) (→In the news: Skimmed through CNN video and didn't see any mention of Above Top Secret.) (undo)
In early 2010 ATS's uncovering of the BP Mustang horse scandal gained media attention on CNN.
21:48, 9 August 2010 AlistairMcMillan (talk | contribs) (6,335 bytes) (→External links: Tidied Youtube link. Removed link to subsection of ATS site. Please don't add multiple links to the same site, even if you are linking to subsections.)
Originally posted by americandingbat
reply to post by smurfy
Ah, my apologies. I thought you were talking about the "References" section, not the "External Links" section.
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George Knobhead of Coast To Coast AM welcomed Above Top Secret's Mark Walberg as a guest on Friday May 28th, 2010 to discuss alternative news and conspiracies from the Above Top Secret website