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A world without wikipedia is a dark world indeed

mwmorph

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It's only been 1 day so far without Wikipedia and it's just the world's biggest hassle to try to research anything that pops into mind. I want my wiki back! To think I'll have ot put up with 3 weeks more of not having such a valuable resource. I've tried searching yeast life, stoli, old 97's, Shanghai Grand Hyatt, Jin Mao Tower...

You don't realize how incredible of a resource it is until you no longer have it, and to think I used to take Wikipedia for granted:(
 

Qacer

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You can always try your luck on search requests here on ATOT, but you'd have to be more specific.

Yeast life cycle:
1. Budding
2. Conjugation
3. Spore
 

pontifex

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i rarely use wikipedia and i seem to be able to find what i'm looking for just fine...

 

Modeps

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You better be careful about what you write on the internet if you're in China. You could be in trouble if they find out.
 

ultimatebob

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Epic Fail

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Originally posted by: ultimatebob
Originally posted by: sniperruff
Originally posted by: Juno
Originally posted by: yamadakun
Just came from wikipedia before coming here and found a cool gif of WWII progression.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wi...dc/Ww2_allied_axis.gif
i thought korea was a neutral country?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korea_under_Japanese_rule
Yeah, and what's the deal with that South American country turning Axis in the middle of the war?
French colony.
 

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