"One of the segments involves an S.A.P. furry convention,..." Please elaborate on the meaning of the term "S.A.P." Spirou 03:40, 6 February 2007 (UTC)
- S.A.P. is short for Second Audio Program. A number of television stations use it to broadcast an alternate spanish audio track for a program. There's a lot of other things it is used for, too. So, I'm changing it to "spanish language" since it's a good deal more fitting. --Wag! 04:06, 20 February 2007 (UTC)
"Impartial reviews" - An attempt to game the article?
According to this LJ post, it looks like the author is offering merchandise in exchange for "impartial" reviews. To quote:
- Who saw OMGWTF! II at I-Con? Anyone writing a review of it? I'll give you a sticker if you do -- I need impartial references to link to from WikiFur.
Maybe I'm reading that wrong, but it appears to be an attempt by the author to "game" the article. We might want to keep an eye out for this in any references that may be cited. --Douglas Muth 13:43, 27 March 2007 (UTC)
People could still write a bad review with a sticker :) (in fact, in my opinion the shorts are quite uneven, some scenes were hilarious, some dull, a few furries did suprisingly good acting (like Lunamor in episode 1 and Mister_F in episode 2), most didn't. But with the right audience everything works!) --Cubbi 01:27, 11 May 2007 (UTC)