is a crowdsourced parody encyclopedia, with the parody extending deep into how the website is structured and edited.
The fourth proposal was An Uncyclopedia
, a collaborative project of Baguio- and Cordillera-based artists, writers, and cultural activists headed by Rocky A.
There is even a book called 23 Ways to get to First Base: The ESPN Uncyclopedia. In my family, the answer is seven, and my children are required to know them all: hit, walk, error, fielders' choice, hit by pitch, dropped third strike, and defensive interference.
(2.) Gary Belsky and Neil Fine, 23 Ways to get to First Base: The ESPN Uncyclopedia (ESPN Publishing, 2007).
For a refreshing change, try RationalWiki and Uncyclopedia (see the sidebar, left).
My favorites though, especially after the hard slog of studying Conservapedia, are Rational-Wiki and Uncyclopedia.
Uncyclopedia (www.uncyclopedia.wikia.com) is RationalWiki without the fact-finding and the rationalism.
The website, called Uncyclopedia, a satirical take on the online site Wikipedia, also contains scathing remarks about the University of Huddersfield, actor Patrick Stewart and Newsome High School.
As with that site, anyone can add their own entry and edit existing ones on Uncyclopedia.
Some critics in other parts of the country have been uptight on what Uncyclopedia has to say about their part of the world.
Uncyclopedia says in another entry on Huddersfield: "It does, however, boast some architectural prowess being home to the infamous Gayfarm stadium, which is built entirely from Lego and loosely based on the 1984 Barbie and Ken playland fun set."
If you're bored of wondering whether or not a Wikipedia article is accurate or factual, take a break and check out uncyclopedia
.org.At least on this site you know for a fact that what you read isn't true.