Hi, my name is Johnnie, and I'm a disbeliever.

(Hi, Johnnie)

I'm not a skeptic, I've seen some crazy s***, so I know there's a lot of stuff out there we can't explain.

I am a disbeliever.  For example, why do we trust sites like Wikipedia and Snopes?  Who's behind it?  Where did the information come from?  Why should we believe anything written on there?

No really, why?

Wikipedia is the scariest, since I've heard people in college citing Wikipedia on homework.  WTF?  The information is crowd-sourced, so pretty much anyone who can get into the geek-elitist group can contribute stuff.  Does it have to be true to get up there?  Or even mildy accurate?

Not at all!

Here's a great example.  Today, Wikipedia has the album Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force listed as being released on this day, thirty years ago.

Yngwie Malmsteen's Rising Force

Unfortunately, according to Jens Johansson, the keyboard master who was one of the guys responsible for recording the album has this to say:

Jens Johansson

I think we should go with Wikipedia on this, right?

Don't believe everything you read.