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Snopes.com, officially the Urban Legends Reference Pages, is a web site discussing urban legends, Internet rumors, e-mail forwards, and other stories of uncertain or questionable origin…
Snopes.com /ˈsnoʊps/, also known as the Urban Legends Reference Pages, is
a website ... One fictional legend alleged that the children's nursery rhyme "Sing
a Song of Sixpence"...
Attempts to give accurate information about rumors and urban legends on a
variety of topics, including war, business, events, toxins, science, military, popular
Origins: The 1996 movie Fargo begins: "This is a true story. ... And not a word of
truth to it. Fargo's ... All movies are in some way fiction, so what does it matter?
Please note that using a whole sentence as your query likely will not turn up any
matches. The best approach is to enter a combination of distinctive words or a ...
Apr 10, 2009 ... Q: Is Snopes.com run by “very Democratic” proprietors? .... The e-mail's author
says the Mikkelsons didn't call Gregg, and David says that's true.
The founders of Snopes.com research and publish their findings on the veracity
of urban legends and other stories and rumours, so the original content the ...
Snopes.com accusing them being owned by a flaming liberal and this man is in
the tank for Obama.
An email reality check for e-rumors, viruses, and internet hoaxes.
Dec 22, 2016 ... The article in question is an expose on Snopes.com, the fact ... that so perfectly
blends truth, half-truth and fiction that even the best can no ...