Have you ever heard of the Street Sharks lie? I thought not. It’s not a story the lamestream media would tell you, because it also sort of feeds into paranoid conspiracy theories about information. Although only if you’ve Dunning-Kruger’d yourself into thinking Street Sharks is part of the globalist cabal or something.

Wait, what was I talking about again? Oh yeah, the Street Sharks lie.

This is barely an article, because it’s mostly just a link to another, amazing article with minimum reflection involved. But I wanted you to be very aware that this does exist: How I used lies about a cartoon to prove history is meaningless on the internet

A bored teenager used the power of bad wiki editing practices to generate the Street Sharks lie. He caused the entire internet to become infected with a stupid fabrication that stayed pervasive for so many years that it took an entire article exposing it to get it to go away. It’s as scary as it is awesome, and it couldn’t have happened to anything dumber than friggin’ Street Sharks.

While Roxie the female Street Shark never existed, we can at least take solace in the show’s totally radical toy commericals.

Let’s spread the story of the Street Sharks lie! Or we can read another article and mourn the loss, or maybe non-loss, of an old fan project favorite of mine. I really hope you will read a lot of my blog posts, because lots and lots of views also means lots and lots of $$$$ for me. (Not really. There is absolutely no monetization on this site. Yet. You’ll have to buy my books instead.)

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