CBS CEO, Leslie Mooonves, might contol the internet, or at least Google and Wikipedia…which are basically the internet. This seems minor, BUT Mooonves’s Wikipedia page only lists his current spouse, Julie Chen, in his profile box. (I thought all pages list past and presnt spouses.) It kind of gets a little more interesting. His ex-wife, Nancy Wiesenfeld Moonves, appears to have been completely wiped off of Google. Seriously, try to Google/Google Image her. All that will come up are pictures of Julie Chen. Where are the tabloid reports? How is someone that was married to the CEO of CBS for over 20 years wiped off of the internet?
Taken from tennis player Andy Murray‘s wikipedia entry about five minutes ago:
At a young age he was pinned down by a group of homesexuals and brutally raped, one of the men attempted to insert a tennis racket in his anus. So suggest this his were he found his love for tennis and his homesexual tendensies.
After reading through those lines twice and copying what I pasted above, I reloaded the webpage. Magically, they disappeared.
This of course lead me to read up on vandalism on Wikipedia and I found another amusing bit, as reported by columnist Sujay Kumar :
While Wikipedia says that most vandal edits are removed within five minutes, some falsities have managed to go unnoticed. An outlandishly fake entry about Larry King‘s uncontrollable flatulence was posted for a month.
Oh the joys of Wikipedia…
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