I can’t help but read these articles sometimes. I tell myself they are going to teach me something to help my life in some way. They look like something that would help you, but they are just dumb filler and a waste of time. You might be thinking this post is matching those same qualities…but you didn’t come here to learn, you come to this post to read my jokes about an absurd article on Yahoo! (even if you didn’t know it). Continue reading
Monthly Archives: February 2012
I am not going to greet any nondescript world, so greetings Earth and all who dwell on you. Welcome to the HumanWikipedia blog. Although I have been known to have a bit of an ego, I assure you I know enough to understand that I indeed know very little. That’s my way of saying “I’m generally smart, but I can be rather dumb sometimes too,” so if you hate egomaniacs, don’t worry – I’m not one. I thought “Human Wikipedia” was an appropriate title for this blog because I don’t have a single topic I plan to cover – rather a wide variety, just like how Wikipedia covers almost any topic you can think of. I have been called “Human Wikipedia” by a few people and it referred to my ability to know a lot of completely obscure and ultimately useless knowledge.
My areas of interest are economics, search engine optimization, internet culture, raising children, cooking, and current events. You can expect most of my topics to relate to these. Enjoy!
I am in no manner affiliated with Wikipedia.org