User talk:Aschlafly

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Elvis Presley template

Would you approve if I made an Elvis Presley template for the existing and future articles on the subject. It would include every article in Category:Elvis Presley and any related subjects. It would make navigation easier. This endeavor could bring some additional pageviews to Conservapedia; our article on the Elvis Presley phenomenon is now the fifth article that appears on the Google search for the subject, despite still being in development! search I hope I can make this. As it goes into development, I may request a few more images on the request page; User:Ed Poor was kind enough to upload the last one. Thanks!--James Wilson 14:10, 18 December 2011 (EST)

I just made a rough draft here.--James Wilson 14:21, 18 December 2011 (EST)

Good idea, please continue building and implementing the template as you suggest.--Andy Schlafly 14:35, 18 December 2011 (EST)
It should be fine now. May I move it into mainspace and insert it in the appropriate articles? I just ask it stay unprotected so I can add more articles as I write them.--James Wilson 14:42, 18 December 2011 (EST)
Yes, please proceed with your suggested edits as you think best.--Andy Schlafly 15:17, 18 December 2011 (EST)
It has been implemented.--James Wilson 19:23, 19 December 2011 (EST)


A Question for You

I have been viewing this site for quite some time, and have a question for you: Why is this site so against liberals? I find references everywhere comparing nearly everything this site opposes to liberalism, but nowhere can I find the reason liberals are so bad. As far as I was concerned, "liberal" and "conservative" were just titles describing somebody's views and beliefs. However, on Conservapedia I am getting a different message all together. Please explain. previous unsigned post by user:MarcusC



conservapedia – Embarrassing America since 2006!

Conservapedia, launched on November 21, 2006, has become one of the most amusing and unsavoury websites on the internet. Initially set up as a right wing alternative to Wikipedia, it rapidly gained notoriety as bastion of ignorance, religious fanaticism and heavy censorship.

Most visitors believed ‘conservapedia’ was a crudely written parody site – but it soon became clear it was in fact ‘the real deal’.

One event which brought conservapedia to greater public awareness was Andy Schafly’s attempt to refute Richard Lenski’s research. ( search ‘conservapediahasalittlehan’ ). Richard Lenski’s response is now considered one of the finest put-downs in the history of the internet. It also led to Danth’s Law (also known as Parker’s Law) mentioned in the British conservative newspaper, ‘the daily telegraph’. ( search ‘Internet-rules-and-laws-the-top-10-from-Godwin-to-Poe’).

However, Andy isn’t the star of the show. That accolade goes to the user known simply as user: conservative. He claims to be a mysterious entity but outside conservapedia, he is known as a failed writer called Ken ^DE_MYER^. Ironically on the website that calls itself ‘the trustworthy encyclopaedia’, this user’s real surname is a banned term! (Hence the inserted characters!) Ken is also mentioned in the telegraph article.

Ken’s ‘articles’ have to be read to be believed. We loved the ‘bestiality’ series. (So much for the family friendly environment!)

Please feel free to copy and paste rather than blank and ‘nowiki’.

Happy holidays to all our fans. _J^E^N^S^E^N_

P.s. Cheers nick – ‘You are the only one embarrassing (spelt wrong by the way!) America with your moronic vandalism’ .

p.p.s. You were right! You said this would work.

Merry Christmas

I won't be online for the holidays, so I thought I'd pop on and wish you a merry Christmas a bit in advance. I also wanted to share this story with you--a genuine Christmas miracle. [1]

May God bless you and your family.

--Benp 16:39, 22 December 2011 (EST)