Conservapedia is awesome! Finally, "A conservative encyclopedia you can trust.". Trust to keep me chuckling for hours.
I ran into via Good Math, Bad Math, which mentions a couple of rather strange entries. Unfortunately the entry dismissing the notion of complex numbers has since been replaced, but that was more than made up for by the entry for Communism, which I'll quote in full for posterity:
Communism is government in which the state owns everything and the wealth is divided evenly among the citizens. Communists believe that if they share everything, no one will ever have to work. It is an atheist government not believing in God and only in the "state" as the supreme thing on the earth. The most famous communist government was the USSR or the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was an official government starting in 1922 and ending in 1991.
But who cares when the The Da Vinci Code entry runs to 8500+ words.
Amazing Grace is the most popular song in the world. It expresses the pure joy and gratitude that results from the Christian faith.
Going back to Da Vinci, can you guess what these three historical characters have in common:
Next game: see how many times you have to click Random Page before hitting the following as a reference:
1. Wile, Dr. Jay L. Exploring Creation With General Science. Anderson: Apologia Educational Ministries, Inc. 2000
PS. Current record stands at 3 pages!
Also in comments, Jon Swift ( "a reasonable conservative") points to his post on the Conservapedia - sorry Jon, but everything you wrote is overshadowed by your link to the Kangaroo entry, specifically their Origins. But this is a great contribution to the discourse:
Conservapedia is based on good Christian values, unlike Wikipedia, which I gather from the name, is based on Wiccan.Â