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February 24, 2010 2:00 PM   Subscribe

I enjoy reading the humorous biographies on Dickipedia and Rotten Library. What are the other sources for this type of writing? Specifically, well-informed, well-written, humorous entries that are actually based in fact and presented in a cold, rational way. I know about The Onion and thinks it's fantastic. But it is a bit much on the absurdist side of what I'm looking for.

"Somehow ranked as the number one grossing actor in history, Eddie Murphy has appeared as a James Brown wannabe, a discontented prince, and a talking jackass. He has also played those roles in film." -Dickipedia

I love it, and want more. But where is it?
posted by archivist to Media & Arts (5 answers total) 22 users marked this as a favorite publishes quite a few odd-but-true lists.
posted by SpringAquifer at 2:15 PM on February 24, 2010

Have you read all the Buffalo Beast 50 most loathsome lists?

Start here:
posted by vito90 at 3:09 PM on February 24, 2010

I think you may be looking for the collected works of Will Cuppy.
posted by timeo danaos at 5:42 PM on February 24, 2010

You should look at NNDB (notable names database). It's related to rotten so you may have seen some of the content before.
posted by gregr at 6:07 PM on February 24, 2010

Response by poster: thanks, good suggestions everyone.

I find another one: badassoftheweek
posted by archivist at 8:58 PM on March 7, 2010

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