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Preface: Unwarranted self-importance

A theory introduced to civilization by Socrates, unwarranted self-importance is the feeling that you are actually worth something despite not having made any contributions to anything at all, thus making yourself look like a complete twat. This is common amongst LiveJournal users, chavs and others prone to arrogance, from which this state of mind commonly draws most of its qualities. It even occurs on ED all the time.

Unwarranted self-importance is also often associated with flamers or n00bs. It may be found on sites where posts or edits are encouraged, as many will imagine themselves working for some greater power as they upset others. It also comes into play when the unwarranted self-important are lacking in one or more areas of their lives -for example, being too poor to afford a TV.

See Also: Unrealistic expectations

The following is the finest example of unwarranted self-importance that has ever appeared on ED. It has been preserved for the educational and research purposes of future generations.


  • If you've got a couple free hours and need to understand why the flying fuck this article is even here, you can try reading this and work your way backwards. Hey, if doing it right means meme mixing and an endless parade of templates, can we fault anyone for doing it wrong? (Yes.)
  • Moar drama? Wikipedios are debating the lifting of Poetlister & co's ban on the same day that a sock of SlimVirgin got b& and debated. Obviously, not a coincidence. The Illuminati are behind all of this, and Poetlister and SlimVirgin are the same person. You heard it here first.
  • In an effort to make this less confusing and to kill a revert war, this article comes in a double-wide size with both official versions, side-by-side.
Although the persona is unbanned, Poetlister still can't enjoy her sandwich.

EDiots "moar Dramatican" Edition


On a hot summer's day in 2005, five of the biggest attention whores on Wikipedia randomly edited Wikipedia within a few days of each other. Unholy fuck, let's put up a monument! Since they were all avatars of the same IRL person and they campaigned heavily on particular topics, this led to some minor drama on ToW.

The not-much-at-all five

Rachel Brown pushed herself as cute on Wikipedia and her imaginary friend, who chose to be called Poetlister, decided to join in. Offering a photo that showed cheeks like a well-fed hamster and bleached blonde hair, she appealed to geeks the world over.

Don't you dare cross Taxwoman.
Cross her and get this.


Next came Taxwoman, the imaginary IRL bureaucrat who created an enormous following with her salacious writing on BDSM articles.

Londoneye is, like Taxwoman, an imaginary person from London.

Newport didn't put pictures of herself on the Internet but is also imaginary.

Wikipedian males and lesbians who knew of the pictures masturbated over them at their Wikipedia fests, as they were better than the usual gang of transvestites like Ambi and Kelly Martin, not to mention glamour-photography queens.

The Attention whores vs. the Cabal

RachelBrown decided to put some shit into Wikipedia's controlled article "List of Jewish Jurists." Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters opposed this as a fellow Jew of the freedom-hating variety. He called for assistance from SlimVirgin. She began by insisting that it was wrong to add too many Jews since she was so concerned about all Jews constantly being persecuted by non-existent nazis.

Then RachelBrown called on help from the Attention whores. Poetlister attempted to come to the rescue. The kind of lovestruck Wikinerds who put up a lame effort for publicgirluk, exemplified by a bunch of morons whose usernames you might see here all ganged up on SlimVirgin, so Poetlister came along to the rescue. They and others tried to gang up on Slimey.

RachelBrown made even Lulu accept her bona fides, so SlimVirgin, having the right to make current policy and so knowing it much better than poor Lulu, changed the rules on references. SlimVirgin, with the uncanny ability to edit Wikipedia for 397 consecutive hours, thus made sure that RachelBrown lost.

SlimVirgin had help from one of her Israeli buddies, Antidote, at the time undercover as a Croatian nazi type. For his own nefarious reasons, he or she decided it was best to list fewer Jews. Yet this wasn't enough for SlimVirgin. So she wept to known faggot Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters, who rushed to her rescue, and took on the beautiful people, bitchily attacking them for their lack of fashion sense.

Antidote also helped out by creating a massive sock puppet army, and SlimVirgin promised not to ban him, just so long as he kept on attacking people she hated.

The attacks led to RachelBrown and Poetaster calling for a clusterfuck between themselves, SlimVirgin and Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters. Their impartial clusterfuck coordinator was Flcelloguy, who decided not to accept it after all because Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters ordered him not to. He passed it to Redwolf24, who was on a brothel tour at the time. They quite naturally got the fair trial that they were expecting, and halfway through it SlimVirgin decided to ask Kelly Martin to ban their arses.

Kelly Martin did as she was told, filing a fake CheckUser request, which proved that they were all hotter than Kelly Martin or SlimVirgin, so Kelly Martin banned the lot of them, stating that "us ugly girls gotta stick together". Kelly Martin later claimed that the whole thing had been a load of bullshit, and that she now regrets ever siding with SlimVirgin.

Poetlister asks for help

Poetlister noticed that Zordrac had vehemently supported SlimVirgin in her Request for Comment because he thought it was nice that SlimVirgin went out of her way to help Daniel Brandt.

  • Zordrac replied: TITS OR GTFO. I love your pics, but I'm ready to come back as my first account, Internodeuser, and support you because the ban is about to wear off.
  • Poetlister, suddenly banned and without support, provided some porn.
Poetlister desperately seeks the way back to wikipedia
  • Zordrac: *** fap fap fap ***
  • Poetlister: Zordrac?
  • Zordrac: *** fap fap fap *** Hold on.
  • Poetlister: Please?
  • 15 minutes later, Zordrac leapt in to action, and decided to help her out, after extracting a promise of more tit shots to come.

The protests

The complaints about the bans led to major Wikipedia melodrama on their Administrator's Noticeboard. Bonaparte, Mistress Selina Kyle and Grace Note jumped in. Zordrac created a sub page with the evidence.

SlimVirgin banned Bonaparte, accusing him of being a sock puppet, and did the same for Zordrac. Whilst she also accused MSK of being a sock puppet, she managed to escape banishment thanks to the trolling of Malber. Grace Note only escaped banishment when he started to accuse the entire staff of Wikipedia Review of being holocaust deniers. MSK finally fell when she confronted Kelly Martin in Star Wars 2: The Attack on the Userboxes.

Most of the bans were eventually overturned, and they all went stupidly back to doing frenzied volunteer work for a bad cause.

A new hope

Runcorn began editing at about the time that the beautiful people were banned; after becoming an admin, he decided to prove his independence by helping them out. According to the Wikipedoes, these "beautiful people" are all puppets of Runcorn.

Revenge of the Sith

SlimVirgin came up with a plan. She would delete the user page Runcorn had created to protest the ban of the beautiful ones and then perma-ban Zordrac. She and her new apprentice Grace Note were able to influence the community and encourage them to destroy Runcorn and the beautiful ones.

All who protested the ban were themselves banned.

Where are they now?

Poetlister fled to Wikiquote. She was protected there by people immune from the forces marshalled by the dark side, who even made her an admin. Taxwoman fled even further, to be an administrator on Wipipedia, a world that Wikipedia thought it had destroyed after a long battle involving three AfDs and a DRV. [1] The whereabouts of the others are a mystery.

Harry Potter trivia

Runcorn is the name of a character in J K Rowlings' latest Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows". Runcorn worked for Voldemort and Umbridge, tracking down mages of impure blood. Harry Potter's group incapacitated Runcorn and then Harry impersonated him by using a polyjuice potion. Spoiler: Runcorn doesn't die in the book.

The wikipedian Runcorn was banned three months before the Harry Potter book came out.

Are they all friends with J K Rowling? Did super spy SlimVirgin know what was going to happen in the book six months before it was released?

Even Malber's super spoilers didn't pick this one up!


Taxwoman

Taxwoman only exists OTI but has been writing lots of shit on Fred Bauder's Wiki [2]. Now as an average EDiot, I've read lots of sick shit like sex stories, messed up stuff on b/, and seen nasty pictures like pain series, can go through the entire baby fuck that ends where a guy rapes a baby and rips it in half until it dies; even worse I have seen lots of nasty furry porn on ED full of scat, piss, and vore combined together, and I can even get through funnelgirl without puking and sometimes watch it for fun ... but even I had to do a double-take reading some of the sick shit Taxwoman not just writes about, but writes about in such a cold, detached way it's reminiscent of a serial killer, making it all the more disturbing. One such example is the many ways to inhumanly compress the intestines with medieval torture devices while the person receives an enema all to make the enema work faster and then have the person with the enema jump around on the floor like a worm apparently to .... (I'm not sure??) spread disease, fecal bacteria, and fecal parasites.

You know massage parlors where they give that little extra, either full release or sex? Well Taxwoman is one of those accountants where you can have her do your taxes and then perform BDSM on you.

Gallery

External links

For a bunch of fierce opponents of Slim Virgin, the Poetlister sock party is surprisingly interested in deleting the same kind of information.

Teh hartfelt apology from their new pal

What a surprise! This is what their raid on ED was all about.

  • My Year Book. You'll find them here, Moar specificly, Troll the link below.

[3]

The "Wikipedia Review Raider's" Edition

Rewind to the start of 2005. It was a hot summer's day, the wind was blowing, and five of the most gorgeous babes ever to grace the cover of Ralph magazine decided to do what all uber hot girls do when they are bored - they decided to edit Wikipedia.

The famous five

The first one decided to use her real name - Rachel Brown. She was a hot, tall blonde with racy curves, a polite demeanor, straight laced. She edited infrequently, being far too hot to waste time on a stupid online encyclopaedia. Men the internet over drooled at her uber hot photo.

Then Rachel Brown invited one of her friends, who chose to be called Poetlister, the Statistician. With glorious wavy blonde hair, a girl's next door look, and the hottest body you could imagine, she appealed to geeks the world over.

Don't you dare cross Taxwoman
Or you want to cross her

Next came Taxwoman, the hot dominatrix accountant with the sultry brown skin, who loved nothing more than posting semi-naked photos of herself - and her friends, in compromising positions. She oozed sex, and in spite of turning down every single advance that any of the Wikipediots could come up with, she created an enormous following, especially with her sexy writing on BDSM articles, and her pictures to match.

Then came Londoneye, who had an "eye" for London.

The last to join the troupe was Newport, the only one of the group not to put her own pictures on the internets. She was apparently just so uber hot that she didn't want to destroy innocent eyes.

The five became known as "the beautiful people" and won every award for hottest Wikipediot that could ever be imagined. Wikipedians begged for them to go to their Wikipedia fests, as they were better than the usual gang of transsexuals like Ambi and Kelly Martin, or the manic Durova, and they even made Angela Beesley look plain.

The beautiful people vs the Cabal

Then problems began when RachelBrown decided to edit one of Wikipedia's many controlled articles, List of Jewish Jurists. She came up against Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters, who insisted that whereas he could decide who was and wasn't a Jew without quoting a source, mere mortals had to provide sources - and ones that he approved of. He called for assistance from SlimVirgin. She began by insisting that it was wrong to add too many Jews, because she was scared that someone on Stormfront might see them, and SlimVirgin was so concerned that someone who wasn't a Jew might get persecuted by Nazis. SlimVirgin's friend Alex Linder helped SlimVirgin out by even posting a link for her, to further justify her claims. "See?" said SlimVirgin.

But then RachelBrown struck back by providing such good references that even Lulu had to accept them. So SlimVirgin had to change the rules on references. SlimVirgin, with her superior ability to edit Wikipedia for 397 hours in a row, was able to change all of the rules so that RachelBrown lost.

Then RachelBrown called on help from the beautiful people, and along came Poetlister to the rescue. They were joined by lovestruck Wikinerds like Arniep and IZAK who all ganged up against SlimVirgin.

SlimVirgin had help from known anti-semite Antidote, who for his own personal reasons decided that it was best to list less Jews, because, being an anti-semite himself, he didn't want to be targeting people who weren't really Jews. But SlimVirgin didn't like to have help from an actual Nazi, since she was all keen on pretending that she was doing it for the Jews. So she cried in front of known faggot Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters, who rushed to her rescue, and took on the beautiful people, and attacked them for their lack of fashion sense.

Antidote also helped out by creating a massive sock puppet army, and SlimVirgin promised not to ban him, just so long as he kept on attacking people she hated.

At the end of this, Rachel Brown and Poetlister called for a mediation between themselves, SlimVirgin and Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters. Their impartial mediator was Flcelloguy, who decided not to bother with it because Lulu of the Lotus-Eaters ordered him not to and then passed it all over to Redwolf24, who was on holiday. They quite naturally got the fair trial that they were expecting, and halfway through it SlimVirgin decided to ask Kelly Martin to ban their arses.

Kelly Martin did as she was told, and filed a fake CheckUser request, which proved that they were all far hotter than Kelly Martin or SlimVirgin, so Kelly Martin decided to ban the lot of them, plus Taxwoman, stating that "us ugly girls need to stick together". Kelly Martin later admitted that the whole thing was a load of bullshit, and she now regrets ever siding with SlimVirgin.

Poetlister asks for help

Poetlister can be very persuasive.

Poetlister had noted Zordrac had vehemently supported SlimVirgin in her Request for Comment because he thought it was nice that SlimVirgin went out of her way to help Daniel Brandt. Says Poetlister, "Well, at least he's there and isn't being bossed about by Lulu".


  • Zordrac replied: TITS OR GTFO. I'm retired from Wikipedia, ready to come back with a whole new identity as the ban from my first account, Internodeuser, is about to wear off.
  • Poetlister suddenly found herself banned. And in a situation of crisis, Poetlister always provides ---->
  • Zordrac: *** fap fap fap ***
  • Poetlister: Zordrac?
  • Zordrac: *** fap fap fap *** Hold on.
  • Poetlister: Please?
  • 15 minutes later, Zordrac leapt in to action, and decided to help her out with the promise of more tits to come.

The protests

The complaints about the bans led to the single largest Wikipedia melodrama ever to wage war on Wikipedia's Administrator's Noticeboard. The rebel fleet, led by commander Zordrac, with help from Bonaparte, Mistress Selina Kyle and Grace Note attacked the death star at its most vulnerable spot. As rebel fighters continued to be shot down, Luke would not give up. He created a sub page, User:Zordrac/Poetlister and defied them, dared them to read through the evidence, and see what would happen. He was prepared to die a sorry death just to see the destruction of the death star and the return of the beautiful ones to Wikipedia.

In the end, SlimVirgin banned Bonaparte, accusing him of being a sock puppet, and did the same for Zordrac. Whilst she also accused MSK of being a sock puppet, she managed to escape banishment thanks to the trolling of Malber. Grace Note only escaped banishment when he started to accuse the entire staff of Wikipedia Review of being holocaust deniers. MSK finally fell when she confronted Kelly Martin in Star Wars 2: The attack of the Userboxes.

The end result of the protests was that most admins agreed that it was all a crock of shit, and was just SlimVirgin's way to win some lame assed edit war, and not to have to compete with fabulous Ralph covergirls.

The bans were overturned, and they all went back to work, as well as another of their friends Brownlee, who, like Newport, never uploaded a photo.

A new hope

Runcorn, a new user who began editing at about the time that the beautiful people were banned, was a perfect editor, who quickly became an administrator. Most Wikipediots wanted the beautiful people to be administrators, so Runcorn was seen as the next best thing. Runcorn started to worship the beautiful people, doing everything he could to help them out.

With Runcorn on the task, SlimVirgin was losing her lame edit wars and the force was with the beautiful ones.

Wikipedia Review

Poetlister was and remains an admin of Wikipedia Review, so Wikipedia's Hivemind wanted her banned.

As for Runcorn, nobody knows to this day who he is, but he may be Lir who used to be on Wikipedia Review until he got banned from that site for always flirting with Poetlister. I mean, it's normal for every guy to occasionally ask The beautiful people--Poetlister included--for their n00dz but Lir asked several times a day like he's never seen porn before... this really wore these girls out.

Revenge of the Sith

SlimVirgin came up with a plan. She would delete the user page he had created to protest the ban of the beautiful ones and then perma-ban Zordrac. Then, with her new apprentice, Darth Grace Note, she was able to influence the senate and encourage them to destroy Runcorn and with him all of the beautiful ones.

Revenge was total. All people who dared to protest the ban knew full well that they faced total destruction. Some still defied, and were banned at the mere mention of it.

Finally Darth SlimVirgin had succeeded and become emperor of the list of Jews and could once again pretend to be a Jewish overlord. The beautiful people were no more, their hot photos forever purged from the servers, to trouble her no more.

Where are they now?

Poetlister fled to Wikiquote. She was protected there by people immune from the forces marshalled by the dark side, who even made her an admin there. Thus Poetlister can sit out the firestorm, and can return if it ever stops. Taxwoman fled even further, to be an administrator on Wipipedia, a world that Wikipedia thought it had destroyed after a long battle involving three AfDs and a DRV. [4] She has now been appointed as ambassador from Wipipedia to the court of Fred Bauder. The whereabouts of the others are a mystery.

Harry Potter trivia

Runcorn is the name of a character in J K Rowlings' latest Harry Potter book, "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows". Runcorn worked for Voldemort and Umbridge, tracking down mages of impure blood. Harry Potter's group incapacitated Runcorn and then Harry impersonated Runcorn using a polyjuice potion. Spoiler: Runcorn doesn't die in the book.

Runcorn is also the name of a Wikipedia administrator, who supported The beautiful people and was banned by SlimVirgin and Durova 3 months before the Harry Potter book came out, because The Wikipedia Jews lied and said he had sock puppets.

Are the beautiful ones friends with J.K. Rowling? Did super spy SlimVirgin know what was going to happen in the book 6 months before it was released?

Even Malber's super spoilers didn't pick this one up!

See also

  • SlimVirgin - the enemy of the beautiful people
  • Kelly Martin - who helped SlimVirgin to attack the beautiful people, but later apologised
  • Wikipedia Review - where this is the number 1 most discussed case, as an example of admin abuse
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