I just checked http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PHinnWeb. "Gimme a reason to keep this" had kindly posted a proposition "that this article be deleted, because of the following concern":
"Fails WP:WEB: no media coverage -- Does this outfit really deserve three articles: him, his site and his recording studio?"
What does this "no media coverage" exactly mean? What kind of media are we talking about? Do the past mentions of pHinnWeb in such magazines as The Wire, de:bug, Future Music, Muzik, or Finnish City, etc. count?
Also pHinnMilk Recordings entry ("no claim to notability") had met with up this same fate too. (By the way, pHinnMilk is not a "recording studio"; it's just a small CD-R label run by me.) Only pHinn entry seems to have met with those Wikiboys' blessing.
Well, whatever... these people have got their own reasonings. Their favourite way to justify themselves is to claim that "You know, there are rules" (in the way of Orwell's Animal Farm of some animals being more equal than others, I guess?), and so on.
And this inspires me to divert quite a bit. I guess there's a sort of human type I've never learned to understand, a sort of people who love honing facts to death (some call this "nitpicking") and being eternal besserwissers -- unfortunately, besserwisserism has a tendency turn into lesserwisserism: paradoxically, the more one learns and knows about the complex workings of this world, the less one in fact knows; since although seemingly there are no limits to knowledge, there are limits to understanding.
Their little world will probably just collapse if they can't have their say on everything, have a control of every tiny fact. Their world, which they so dutifully strive to keep in order, is in fact a house of cards unable to stand even a tiniest breeze. Wikipedia is probably the ideal playground for them (don't get me wrong, I think as a concept Wikipedia is wonderful; I obviously just don't get the mindset of some individual people editing it).
Is this Asperger's Syndrome? Anal retention? Sociopathy? (Well, just look in the mirror, Mr. pHinn!) Oh well. I suppose this is a kind of thing that is in no way in my own hands now. The end of another therapy writing session, pHinn signs out for now.