#1
Does anyone else here fell the obsession to search every unfamiliar object they hear on Wikipedia, just to get a general idea or better understanding of what they just heard?

In other news, type the weirdest Wikipedia link string you've ever had.

(ie, Kentucky>Jazz>Cool>Aristotle)
#3
Yes. I like to lern.
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#4
Yes.
I sued Delta Airlines, 'cause they sold me a ticket to New Jersey, I went there, and it SUCKED.
#8
Yes. Actually, I don't so much search as click unfamiliar links in articles, which lead to other articles, etc.
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#9
the same guy who wrote the article on NY rangers coach Tom renny could have easily wrote the argument for greedo shooting first
#10
Who doesn't? Right as I was reading this I was on Wikipedia looking up Jackie Chan Adventures, in hopes that it would say they are making new ones...

They aren't
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#13
Yep. I am guilty of doing this.

I'll be reading an article, come across something interesting and open it in a new tab and continue reading the article.
At the end of the article, I'll have 5-10 new tabs open and I'll start reading the next article.

By this time the new tabs are opening exponentially.

I have a problem...
Blindfolds aside I'd probably still close my eyes

And try to feel a trembling fetal life inside
that shotgun barrel that's about to make me bleed

Like an ulcer in the stomach of the beast


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#14
I do it often. I think it is fun learning about new things.
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