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Everything you read on the Internet is true. Wait, is that right? Hang on, let me Google it. Ah! Ok, here we go. Everything you read on the Internet is *NOT* true. That makes more sense. For more proof of that, let's turn to our good friend Wikipedia, home of crowd-sourced expertise! A completely fictitious entry on "Jar'Edo Wens" eluded editors for more than nine years, ranking as one one of Wikipedia's longest-running hoaxes. According to the (false) article, Jar'Edo Wens was as Aboriginal diety of physical might and earthly knowledge. Except that the Aboriginal language doesn't include the letters "d," "j," "o," or "s." So, like, most of the name. Sail over to the catalog and track down a Bo'Ok about the CoU-nTry where the hoax originated.

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