Since the internet is rife with misinformation, disinformation and "urban legend" it can be frustrating to read the same non-facts plastered all over your favorite sites, year after year. However.... One must be careful about which sources one uses for determining what constitutes an "urban legend". You can't necessarily type a search into the box at Snopes Dot Com and believe what they say, either. Snopes may or may not have an agenda...I don't know. I do know that some of their judgements, about the factuality of certain stories, have been proven incorrect. To wit, Snopes "debunks" the following: This story was checked out by a reliable source who claimed to have called the Salina KS. Public Library and the existance of an original test sheet was confirmed by the Head Librarian. It seems, even Snopes can dispense misinformation.