Funny Wikipedia Blunders – Man Talks To Wikipedia SineBot
Robert Priddy (a caustic critic and vocal defamer of Sathya Sai Baba) actually responded to a post made by Wikipedia’s SineBot (which is a non-human, automated computer script). See For Yourself! Robert Priddy (aka “ProEdits”) wrote:
Robert Priddy: “Thanks SineBot. It was a simple omission. I did, however, add my identity of the grounds I gacve for the edit on the Sathya Sai Baba discussion page.[[User:ProEdits|ProEdits]] ([[User talk:ProEdits#top|talk]]) 12:23, 1 September 2009 (UTC)” (Ref)
Anyone with any sort of remedial internet knowledge knows that Wikipedia’s SineBot (or any other type of “bot”) is not human and is simply a computer program that creates automated functions, alerts and/or corrections based on specific data criteria.
Robert Priddy is the same internet newbie (although he claims he is not one) who attributed his own computer’s IP to Gerald Joe Moreno. Perhaps Robert Priddy likes to talk to bots because he spews his Anti-Baba rhetoric in a scripted, automated, monomaniacal and bot-like manner.
Robert Priddy (a man who claimed to possess telepathy without the aid of LSD and a man who claimed to possess telepathy with the aid of LSD) apparently confused a computer script with a living and breathing human being!
Too bad there aren’t bots to prevent Robert Priddy from sticking his foot in his mouth. If such a bot existed, it would probably be called “WhineBot”!