By the way, for an hour and a half yesterday, the world thought that Orville Redenbacher died of autoerotic asphyxiation. 08:47, 5 May 2013 : http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Orville_Redenbacher&diff=553623706&oldid=552899374 (anon edit) 10:13, 5 May 2013 : http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Orville_Redenbacher&diff=553632261&oldid=553623706 (reversed)
So you basic point is... "I don't have to sit around in coffee shops and guess at stuff anymore because now with the internet, anonymous people will do that for me." Clever.
3 paragraphs in and I'm already annoyed by the excessive and awkward hyperlinking, e.g. linking to chessprofessionals.org via the word "the".
Don't forget to give "tolling bell" a try.
The Wikimedia Commons (http://commons.wikimedia.org) has long been notorious for returning results that one would not expect to find, e.g. a search for "toothbrush" would contain an image of a woman with a toothbrush in her vagina, a search for "skittles" returned a woman pictured with candy placed in strategic locations, and so on. Some of these sorts of things have been cleaned up on an ad hoc basis, but the Commons admins are resistant to making any actual changes as to how images are curated.