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The Funniest Acts Of Wikipedia Vandalism Ever (PICTURES)

Huffington Post     First Posted: 01/16/11 10:41 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 05:00 PM ET

Wikipedia is a revolutionary website, but every now and then we are reminded as to why most websites don't allow their readers to edit information. These acts of vandalism don't involve paint or damaged property, but consist of editing Wikipedia entries with obviously false and/or offensive information. The work of these sly vandals is often caught by Wikipedia editors before many people catch a glimpse. Thankfully for us, screengrabs and old revisions of articles are able to capture the entry in its vandalized state for our viewing pleasure.

Blood Libel Entry Gets Sarah Palin Addition
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After Palin made use of the antiquated term blood libel in the wake of the Arizona shooting, it didn't take long for someone to insert a big photo of her on the page under the header "Anti-Semitism."
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