Wikipedian intellectualism Jun 21, 2012• By Abraham• From SMBC… Share on Facebook Trending TodayReady for Another One?Give us a few more minutes and we'll make you laugh, cry, gasp, or ache... Guaranteed! A more interesting view of Vegas than what we usually see Crashing Japanese dive bomber a moment before impact, 1945 Get the best of 22 Words in your inbox Like 22 Words on Facebook comments Amber says: HA!!! This is hilarious. And accurate. joeblack says: isnt that all we do anyways Jason says: So knowledge comes from sources, and that’s somehow ridiculous? Ben says: In this case, yes; it means they’ve never actually read Sherlock Holmes, but they’re trying to have an intellectual discussion of it. Jason says: While I didn’t get their never having read any from the comic, I’ll give it to you. I suppose. Michael MIller says: Err… not to argue with the overall point, but this might not be the best example. Sherlock Holmes minutiae is hardly ‘intellectual’ and actually, both of these quotes come (somewhat corrupted) from a list Watson makes at the start of ‘Study in Scarlet’. The original point stands, as the man described in the list has little in common with Sherlock Holmes of later stories… Lomez says: Been at that wikipedia page, eh? zachl says: i still wish authority would honor it as a legitimate resource in term papers…who’s with me?