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Authentic video evidence, through YouTube or other means, is an applicable source, but memories are not; unless a considerable consensus can be reached or it's confirmed by the former. If there's no video available, there's no need to note it. Read more about sourcing [[Muppet Wiki:Policies and Guidelines#Sources|here]]. Thanks.
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Authentic video evidence, through YouTube or other means, is an applicable source, but memories are not; unless a considerable consensus can be reached or if it's confirmed by the former. If there's no video available, there's no need to note it. Read more about sourcing [[Muppet Wiki:Policies and Guidelines#Sources|here]]. Thanks.

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Authentic video evidence, through YouTube or other means, is an applicable source, but memories are not; unless a considerable consensus can be reached or if it's confirmed by the former. If there's no video available, there's no need to note it. Read more about sourcing here. Thanks.

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