It isn't just WikiLeaks.
1. WikiMeeks: Digital fan club for Democratic congressman in Queens
2. WikiShrieks: Crowd-sourced compendium of 1970s horror queens
3. WikiStreaks: Peer-to-peer platform for the promotion of naked, outdoor running
4. WikiBeaks: Can you spot the celebrity nose job?
5. WikiGleeks: Worldwide hangout zone for lovers of Fox teenage-chorale series
6. WikiEeks: All murophobia, all the time
7. WikiGeeks: Julian Assange defense committee
8. WikiCheeks: New photo magazine showcasing people with large bottoms
9. WikiGreeks: OpenTable for 24-hour diners and coffee shops
10. WikiPeeps: Hungry for a marshmallow bird or bunny treat?
11. WikiBleats: Chops, fleece overcoat and all things lamb-related
12. WikiSheiks: OPEC price-predictor app
13. WikiDawsonsCreek: WB teen dramas never die
14. WikiBleak: Federal Reserve index of near-term economic prospects.
15. WikiPeeks: For the voyeur in everyone
16. WikiCliques: Sorry, you're not invited
17. WikiSpeaks: The audio version
18. WikiFreaks: Final refuge for anti-social media people relying on Facebook friends to help draft stupid-list columns on days too cold to venture outside
What else you got?
Thanks to Cathy Hamerschlag Black, John H. Harris, Meredith Daniels, Sol Auerbach, Michael Spasium, David Winzelberg, Kathryn Pease, Brian Mumpower and a bunch of other twisted people with far too much time on their hands. I'm smart. But not smart enough to dream up so many Wikis on deadline all by myself. Crowd-sourcing rocks!
ASKED AND UNANSWERED: "Serial Killer on Long Island" - what's a creepier headline than that? . . . Was Ed Mangano already in the mood to cut $23 million? Or did the imminent arrival of the state monitoring board sharpen the Nassau exec's budget ax? . . . What superhero powers will it take to save Broadway's "Spider-Man" in time for its quadrupley-delayed Opening Night? Clearly, that whole Spidey-web thing isn't enough . . . Cops say the North Hempstead home invader could be getting bolder? As if he's been bashful up 'til now? . . . How much worse do those counterfeit Alibaba.com guitar strings really sound? A lot worse, say the China-mad employees at D'Addario & Co. in Farmingdale . . . Is it possible the fight over who's in the State Senate might go past the end of the State Senate term? Craig Johnson's doing his drag-it-out best . . . Have you heard Peconic Radio at 88.1 FM? Don't worry, you will . . . Fire-election winners promise fiscal controls? And that makes them different from all the previous winners - exactly how? . . . Too dumb even for me: WikiDon'tLoseThatNumber: Cell phone directory. Winzelberg, you know who you are!
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