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lol I would love to. But the last time I wrote a short bio about myself on Wikipedia, it got taken down. lol
I think you have to be recognized by some credible institution to be on there, such as the media, an academic institution, corporation, etc. Just being popular on the internet isn't enough.
I was on the news in Russia in 2004 for that mugging. I have a video to prove it. Maybe you can use that to catapult me into Wikipedia and mention my site and movement? lol
Or after I publish my book on CreateSpace, that can be used to give me credibility?
Does someone want to write a bio about me on there? If so, it will probably be taken down.
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