Robert Clark Young
Robert Clark Young (born 1960), who calls himself Qworty, is a former, now banned Wikipedo self-promoter and failed author. Like most other middle aged Assburgers, he spent most of his time writing his Wikipedia biography, obsessing about the biographies of his Assburger enemies and being a Bureaucratic Fuck. Despite his rampant self-promotion and e-vendettas, his user page declared that "This user identifies and fixes articles with potential conflicts of interest." This all came to an end after he finally got his 5 minutes of fame in Salon.com, leading to his swift and permanent ban from TOW.
Depite being in his mid 50s, Young lives in his parents' basement, pretending to "care for" his parents, while smugly pointing out that his brother (who unlike him doesn't have Assburgers Syndrome) doesn't care for his parents on a daily basis. Being "cared for" by Robert sounds like a terrifying prospect, as it means that whenever you take a poopoo, he will tweet about it, while bragging about how caring he is. In many ways, Robert is like an aging version of Chris-chan. He looks like the archetypical mid 50s creepy pedophile, declaring that he never desired a wife, children or a job. At one point of his life, Robert was found to have an IQ of 81.
Sewanee Writers’ Conference
An event of paramount importance in Robert's life was his attendance of the obscure "Sewanee Writers’ Conference" somewhere in Tennessee in 2001. According to one eyewitness account, Young’s work was not well received at the conference. Being the Assburger that he is, Robert naturally embarked on a lifelong vendetta against the writers who had not appreciated his work, as well as anyone remotely associated with Sewanee.
—Robert the liar
—Robert ranting after being exposed
- Original Wikipedia autobiography
- Wikipedia biography today
- Rant on Robert's Wikipedia user page
- Wikipedia’s anti-Pagan crusade A rogue editor targeted witches, warlocks and psychedelic scientists -- and cast doubt on the site's judgment
- The unmasking of a troll, and Wikipedia’s Achilles’ heel
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