Talk:Greece

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Was there something wrong with this source? JC 10:26, 14 March 2007 (EDT)

It's a lot of speculation, citing obscure names and sources, by a graduate student. It doesn't deserve to be the bulk of an entry about Greece. Maybe when the entry on Greece addresses far more significant aspects of its culture, then this could be a footnote near the end. It should not be the sum and substance, as there is no evidence that it was all that significant.--Aschlafly 10:30, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
Fair enough. Not being up to the high standard of homeschooler contributions it just lowers the tone of things.
JC 10:36, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
Let's see what they say at Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy [1]. So whatever you make of it, the facts are there. I'm not going to re-edit this article since I got a warning for that.--Sherman 10:39, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
That source is just the kind of liberal-bias Conservapedia is trying to avoid.
JC 10:44, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
So the conclusion could be: It's not proven that ancient greek scholars used gay practices, and it could even be a myth set free by the liberals in order to promote and glorify homosexuality?--Sherman 10:49, 14 March 2007 (EDT)
"Conservapedia is an online resource and meeting place where we give full credit to Christianity and America. Conservapedia is student-friendly." [2].
Articles about or containing anything to do with sex are anti-Christian, Un-American and definitely not student-freindly. We do not want our children to know about such evil things. That's why Corservapedia was set up.
JC 06:22, 15 March 2007 (EDT)

Ignorance is a blessing? "Articles about or containing anything to do with sex are anti-Christian, Un-American and definitely not student-freindly. We do not want our children to know about such evil things." I can see why one wants to protect children from certain things but this is just going to far. Children and youths ain't stupid. Trying to hide everything about sex will just make it interesting. Young people are curious, try to show what you think is the right side of things, don't pretend it's not there! .--What

Somebody has plastered a picture on top of the article. Is there any way to remove it, so we can read it?Needleman 11:58, 17 August 2007 (EDT)

As a librarian, how can I confirm that Conservapedia is a good source for information on a topic, when articles such as this one have been vandalized? Is there any way to remove the photograph from the article?Needleman 11:18, 18 August 2007 (EDT)

Once again somebody has pasted a picture on top of the article. Is there any way to remove it, so we can read it?Needleman 21:12, 26 August 2007 (EDT)

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