You then get a notorious blogger raising issues about wiki entries. I would not have fingered the notorious blogger as much of a computer hacker, so persons unknown must have done the technical legwork on his behalf.
Today, his fellow Forumite, Christopher Kreuzer, replied to the old fool, pointing out how easy it is to check details on Wiki entries:
I'm a bit surprised by this part of what you said. It's not at all difficult to look at what happened here, and requires precisely zero technical legwork. It made me wonder if you know how wikis work?
And what was Sir Roger's response? Far from thanking Mr Kreuzer for the information provided, our favourite knight of the realm gruffly admits:
You know this, I didn't.
In other words, by his own admission, he goes round casting aspersions on other people and their technical ability, without himself having the faintest idea of what the technical process involves! A leading termite, talking through his gluteus maximus - who'd have thought it?
Still, I suppose we should be thankful for small mercies - at least he didn't blame his ignorance on the fact that he has to spend so much time studying the details of the ECF compulsory membership scheme...
"Of course, Jimmy Wales would never have been able to afford to start Wikipedia, if he''d had to pay £12 to join the compulsory ECF membership scheme." (Photo: John Saunders)