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From the talk page for Yeezus on Wikipedia, about how a song is credited as (featuring God):

And what source, other than Kanye himself, indicates “God” is featured on the album? That would indicate there is proof that “God” exists, which is a debate that shouldn’t even exist here. Why is “featuring God” allowed? — Erroneuz1 (talk) 00:19, 19 June 2013 (UTC)

That’s how it is on every store, digital and physical, so that’s how it’ll stay. Distortiondude (talk) 01:51, 19 June 2013 (UTC)

Still not seeing how that makes it acceptable to list an entity which may or may not exist, and as such, is not a provable contributor to the track. — Erroneuz1 (talk) 04:16, 19 June 2013 (UTC)

That’s not even all of it. Wikipedia bureaucracy is such a clown car full of fuckery that takes itself way too seriously.

Wikipedia had it right…

From Hail Mary (famous play):

On Minnesota’s next possession with 14 seconds left to play, a whiskey bottle was thrown by a spectator, striking Armen Terzian in the head at Minnesota’s own 10-yard line, creating a large forehead gash and rendering him unconscious. Terzian had to wear a bandage, later requiring 11 stitches, as he walked off the field and was replaced by substitute official Charley Musser for the final two plays.

From Armen Terzian:

Minutes later an angry fan hit Terzian with a whiskey bottle in the back of the head, rendering him momentarily unconscious. He did not require stitches, but had to wear a large white bandage around his forehead for the final few seconds remaining in the game.

Which to believe, which to believe…

Disclaimer: I still love Wikipedia.