The The THE Controversy Controversy

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The The THE Controversy page merely points out that regional differences exist in the way people refer to interstates. This is not a controversy. A controversy, as the almighty [wikipedia]Wikipedia suggests, occurs when participants actively disagree or argue about two or more sides of an opinion.

I hereby dedicate this page to those who would create controversy when there is none. After all, what else is there to do during a summer in Davis?

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I disagree. Controversy is clearly poems about the county that Walnut Creek resides in. We must debate over this.

No, no, no; we clearly agree on this issue. I refuse to concede that there is a controversy, neither in Contra Costa nor elsewhere.



2008-06-13 15:02:16   "The THE Controversy": Quintessential Daviswiki bullshit. It can join the already long line of articles that serve little to no point, except people using the wiki as a forum. —JesseSingh


2008-06-13 18:01:26   This page is completely non-controversial, and it is extremely controversial that it is not. I couldn't disagree more with my previous statement. I disagree even more than I did in my previous statement. And I am unanimous in that! —IDoNotExist


2008-08-27 13:35:17   Jabberwokky has flies in his beard, and is therefore unqualified to make an authoritative statement on this issue. Admin: please remove his contributions from the above discussion. —TheAmazingLarry


2010-12-28 09:54:03   When the evens in the title are canceled, all that's left is "THE", This page which has an additional "The" links to "The The Controversy Controversy". (Why did I take the time for this?) If it gets redirected, this content is basically lost. —BruceHansen


2010-12-28 22:05:20   It's true that there is no controversy. There is no need to put "the" in front of the number of a highway. End of controversy. —CovertProfessor

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