The dynamic on-line encyclopedia Wikipedia makes it easy for anyone with an internet connection to create or alter any entry in effect turning everyone from your lisping mailman to the shady hermit down the street into a potential editor. This powerful feature has contributed in no small part to the enormous size and success of the endeavor which has, in a relatively short time, produced a large and remarkably timely body of knowledge one that quite often finds itself as accurate as an old-fashioned, bona-fide encyclopedia written by smart folks.
Admittedly, however, the full-on democratic policy of allowing people from all walks of life to weigh in on any given topic with knowledge they may or may not possess has its pitfalls. Fortunately Wikipedia, being dynamic and forward thinking, already has those potential headaches worked out.
Behold, some of the many Wikipedia entry flags at your disposal:
You can't take it with you. So, they didn't.
These guys make the Joker look like a well-adjusted citizen.
A lot of medical problems read like horror movie scripts.
Tour guides don't tell you all the gruesome stuff that goes down at famous locations.
The real video game villains are in the marketing department.