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Wikipedia's 10 Year Anniversary: The Funniest Entries Gone Wrong (PICTURES)

The Huffington Post     First Posted: 01/16/11 05:21 PM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 07:25 PM ET

It's hard to believe it but on Saturday, the revolutionary website Wikipedia turned 10 years old. On Jan. 15 2001, the world was introduced to the self-editing encyclopedia, a concept that changed our lives as well as provided some excellent opportunities for silly or satirical vandalism. We added to our slideshow from last year of the funniest vandalized entries with a few recent ones. Check them out and celebrate 10 years of Wikipedia with 10 years of wikis gone wrong.

Seen one we missed? Email it to us or tweet a screengrab with the hashtag #wikisgonewrong.

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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