Isn't that fucked up? He must have literally sat down one day and thought, gee, when I die, it is important that the work of Cornpoke T. McGiliguddy is kept online forever. And the collected wisdom of Poetlister (Wikipedia is U.S. centric, WHO KNEW!). And all of Kumioko's tedious fact free whining. And the glorious sight of Ming, Jim, Andy, Anroth, Beebletits, and a whole bunch of other asshole Wikipedians being assholes to people who wrongly assumed Wikipediocracy was meant to be exposing these freaks, not protecting them.The domain is on autorenew for each year, and I have another party who will pay it if I die or am disabled.
I would be more impressed by his apparent commitment to the cause if the dude hadn't literally already ducked out of the criticism business months ago, if not longer. Seriously, what the fuck even is this shit......
http://wikipediocracy.com/forum/search. ... mit=Search
You want that unending stream of pointless crap to be your eternal legacy?
Christ knows who the mug is that he got to pony up the green. I'm assuming he made sure the money has been secured in advance? Because I for one would not begrudge whoever it is using it to do something far more useful for humanity, like sponsor a goldfish.
These fucking people. We got this guy writing a domain into his will like he's done the world a favour destroying the site this last five years, we got the site itself being Administered by a manic depressive who spends half his day hiding out in the woods because of Trump, and clearly couldn't care less about serious Wikipedia criticism for the rest of it, and we got a moderator who thinks rummaging through bins to obtain the knicker sizes of random Wikipedians is useful criticism.
Nobody needs or wants a perpetual Wikipediocracy. When the people who killed it eventually die, then it should die too. The legacy they leave, is that their demise will be celebrated more by genuine and serious Wikipedia critics, than by their supposed target, most of whom ceased to give a tiny rat's ass about their site right around the time Zoloft ushered in his new dawn. Not that it was doing too well at the time either, but he really made sure to drive that nail right through that coffin.