It felt like I was in 1984 when editing the two Wikipedia pages. I could destroy entire sections of history without even a passing thought.
Perhaps, because that idea made me so uncomfortable, that is why I only chose to add two sentences on my two edited pages. I also did not remove anything or mess around with the formatting. I am just not comfortable making myself sound like an expert or even an amature-expert, especially not for the entire world.
I just got the feeling that someone who was incredibly self-righteous would ram something down my throat, and make me look like a fool. In the two days since the editions, though, no one has appear to touch what I wrote, and the Seton Hill page has been edited three or four times since.
I have been able to do everything this class has asked me to, up to this point. I am not comfortable saying, "This is fact, and this is not." That is probably why I am an English major and a philosophy minor; there are no facts in either of those fields. Part of it is guilt on my part, too. I felt like I should have done a lot more research on the two subjects than I did in one morning.
With all of that being said, I did create a user account for myself for unknown reasons. If you ever see Griffdude pop up somewhere, which I highly doubt you will, stop by and start a discussion with me.