Seth and I have been discussing ways to make VTM more mainstream. We've discussed festivities, music, pageantry, drama and athletics, but couldn't settle on a clear direction forward.
But yesterday, I was researching former Tech QB Jamie Gill (because I like to party) and noticed he didn't have a Wiki page. Then this morning, it hit me. We need to get VTM on Wikipedia so we can shove it in everyone's face and prove how legit we are over here. We've got pageantry and festivities all over the place and now the Wiki world knows it.
Please go check it out and feel free to make any edits. You'll need to check out the page quickly though because I'm sure the Wiki police are going to delete it and ban me for life. Being unbiased is so hard.
We're obviously gonna have a real battle on our hands to keep our Wikipedia page from being deleted. We need all hands on deck. Put on your best Red White & Blue tank top, chug a gallon of sweet tea, and let's get to work America.
#SaveVTMOnWiki #ShowMeTheBaby #Geraldo
I did my best in kissing the Wiki ring:
And then our Wiki page got some real life support from Trey Haverty:
Probably won't be long until Kliff makes VTM on Wiki his home page.
We're gonna make this work, one way or another. Also, can someone send me $299?
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>Oh man we're bout to get rich up in here. Can someone send me $299 real quick? FunWiki>StickUpYourAssWiki <a href="http://t.co/7zjlkfN8a6">pic.twitter.com/7zjlkfN8a6</a></p>— SARR (@FakeWillyT) <a href="https://twitter.com/FakeWillyT/statuses/370694453675053056">August 22, 2013</a></blockquote>
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