User talk:GeorgeLi

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Joaquín Martínez 08:51, 2 February 2012 (EST)

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I sympathise with your position, I really do, but the fact remains that the underdogs claim is sufficiently referenced to the Conservapedia standard for referencing. Unfortunately, the onus is on you to show if there are any exceptions to the accepted principle. Good luck. --DamianJohn 17:58, 7 February 2012 (EST)

The Scotland team are underdogs. They never get beyond the World Cup first round and more often than not they don't even qualify. Nevertheless British fans support them. Their travel club for away games is filled to capacity and is not accepting new members. All this is (or can be) referenced. The original claim is not referenced at all. --GeorgeLi 18:03, 7 February 2012 (EST)
You make an interesting point. I suggest you take it up on the relevant page Talk:Mystery:Why Do Atheists Dislike Underdogs?. It may be that the principle has need of some fine-tuning. --DamianJohn 18:06, 7 February 2012 (EST)
The principle is in need of some deleting and I think you know that as well as I do. Much as I admire Mr Schlafly I think he's wrong about this. The Brits are famous for loving underdogs. Half their politicians are constantly bitching about how they love underdogs more than people who succeed. --GeorgeLi 18:08, 7 February 2012 (EST)
I would agree that the entire concept is bunk. I would not agree that this in itself means it is not acceptably referenced according to the standards and precedents practised by Conservapedia. Senior Admins, particularly THE senior Admin can and do control the editorial policy of the site. --DamianJohn 19:48, 7 February 2012 (EST)