> I agree 1 person shouldn't have to do everything, in my case I'm overworked as hell already nd I've just barely managed to create and edit a large number of pages on the wiki. I lack knowledge or ability to do this topic
If you're overworked already, then don't feel obligated to take on my burdens. Besides, I'm not certain that Leftypedia is an appropriate place for everything that I'm posting about. Again: plenty of material that I posted does not pertain to politics nor leftism in particular. There are political aspects, but there also is plenty of medical information that provides necessary context but doesn't really belong on a political wiki. (/leftypol/, OTOH, should be able to accommodate political material with non-political contextual information that is necessary for understanding precisely _why_ governments and people need to take action, political and otherwise.)
Others should feel obligated to fix significant flaws in those Wikipedia articles that I referenced: Even though some intelligent persons say not to rely on Wikipedia and to always check the references, some people may rely on Wikipedia for a quick overview of a topic without checking references (whether that's due to laziness, foolishness, or simply being in a hurry). That's why those major, years-old flaws in important articles of relevance to _many_ people (even all of humanity in the case of the human anus article: an important body part we all have, not to mention the article about simple columnar epithelium that explains nothing about its fragility) need to be addressed. They needed to be addressed many years ago. The fact that they have not been is utterly inexcusable especially for established Wikipedia editors who have worked on those articles.
No, it most certainly is not.
Let's see: trolling, ignoring what was written in the first post in this thread, introducing anecdotal evidence, tossing in red herrings, and asking a question answered by the second post in this thread (not to mention other posts) — did I miss anything?