Talk:Essay: Evolutionist nerds, say goodbye to Mars exploration

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My Goodness. Projection much? --DamianJohn 02:51, 29 February 2012 (EST)

I think this is a great addition to User:Conservative's other Essay:Comedy & satires concerning atheism and evolution works. At first I thought this essay was to be taken seriously, but after reading lines like "Yes, evolutionist nerds. Grand men explore the Grand Canyon and don't waste taxpayer money exploring dead and lifeless planets". That's when I realized that Conservative was giving a subtle wink and nod that this was a bit of over-the-top parody/satire on his part. The article's over-hyping on the main page, extravagant use of nonsensical pictures, and campy wordplay completes the comedy. --JoshuaB 21:28, 29 February 2012 (EST)
JoshuaB, the use of wikis is expanding and there are a number of specialized and corporate/commercial wikis out there. I have been asked to write for a few of them as a paid writer. I may take them up on their offer. Do let me know if some Atheism and evolution satire wikis launch and are seeking some paid writers. :) Conservative 21:40, 29 February 2012 (EST)
It would seem that congratulations are in order. Though I am not a particular fan of paid wiki editing as it typically amounts to shilling for some corporation, special interest, or political candidate that has no real grassroots following. That said, I'll keep my eye out for wikis hosting atheism and evolution satires... but I'm fairly certain Conservapedia has the market cornered in that regard. --JoshuaB 22:35, 29 February 2012 (EST)
There is going to be more paid wiki editing as far as specialized/corporate/commercial wikis grow in number and size. It's no big thing. A few people heard I did some wiki editing and asked me if I would edit their wiki as a paid writer. Despite difficult economic times in many parts of the world, there are still a lot of good opportunities if you talk to people and have some initiative. Conservative 03:14, 1 March 2012 (EST)