My Wikipedia Article is Perfectly Cromulent, Thank You Very Much
This article or section needs sources or references that appear in credible, third-party publications. Alone, primary sources and sources affiliated with the subject of the article are not sufficient for an accurate encyclopedia article. Please include more appropriate citations from reliable sources.
As it happens, I can attest that as of 4:28 pm EST, February 11, 2007, every bit of fact in the Wikipedia entry about me is correct. I should know, because I’m me. According to this note, however, I am apparently not a credible source for my own life, which is an assertion that I can’t decide whether to be amused or offended by. Bear in mind that the vast majority of third party sources (i.e., those Wikipedia would apparently deem as providing “appropriate citations”) get their information about me from me. Referencing third party sources won’t make the article any more accurate when those sources are all relying on me for their information.
Maybe, just to confuse Wikipedia, I’ll start lying to all my interviewers, while keeping perfectly accurate information here on my personal site. I suspect the heads of certain editors at Wikipedia would pop right off. How do you like your officious love of pointless bureaucracy now?!? Bwa ha ha ha hah ha!
In any event: No, in fact, my Wikipedia article doesn’t need additional sources or references. It’s accurate. Or was, the moment I wrote this. Someone should put in the “Trivia” section of my article that I find pointlessly fussy Wikipedia editors highly annoying. Because that would be accurate, too.