The Cult of Cthulhu Bible and Wikipedia, The Similiarities, Part XVII

In an odd turn of events, Warlock Asylum and Darrick Dishaw, High Priest of the Cult of Cthulhu, are having a rather heated discussion.  I will not comment thereon, but it’s curious to see Warlock being  accused of hating African Americans.

Nonetheless, I thought it only fair to pass on Darrick’s latest version of the Wikipedia/CoC Bible controversy:

For the one millionth time, not citing Wikipedia as a source is not plagiarism; it’s merely the crime of not citing a source since at no point did I take credit for producing any creative content in that section. In any case, I corrected that oversight by citing Wiki after the first few print on demand copies had been shipped from lulu.

M:  Did he even go to college?

D:  Yes.  He was an English major.

M:  (Sigh)  He is a disappointment to that college.

Published in: on May 6, 2010 at 6:49 pm  Comments (3)  

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  1. As I recall, he also stole some artwork in that volume, not just his word-for-word reprinting of material from Wikipedia.

  2. Venger has a lot of issues. You can read more about it in this exclusive interview 🙂

    Have a great weekend everyone!

  3. Unfortunately, he seems to be in denial of them. I wanted to take the opportunity to thank Dan Harms for going through the effort to uncover all this wonderful information regarding the Cthulhu Cult book. I am a former member of the CoC & your series of articles was instrumental in my decision to leave; among other things.


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