Of course, this is one nice little scam, as none of the files are unique. There's a set of six or seven different lengths - which is sent to everyone, resulting in everyone using this having the same filesizes and MD5 hash signatures.
Anonymous editing isn't the problem with Wikipedia. It's the righteous 'holier-than-thou' attitude that's spread throughout the project in the past two years and sucked out everything that made Wikipedia fun. Everyone argues and argues about the silliest things, deletes good articles simply because they're based on a fictional universe (which I think is in opposition to the 'Not a Paper Encyclopedia' guideline), and just makes the whole place feel elitist.
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