So, we have a Renaissance-Baroque Revival facade, and a more restrained Renaissance Revival (so restrained as to be almost Adamesque) interior being identified as Art Deco. OK, it's a trivial thing to find annoying, but I'm annoyed anyway. I usually can't tell Louis XIV from Louis XV, myself, but conflating Art Deco with Renaissance Revival is more like not being able to tell the difference between a Louis XIV commode and Louis Armstrong. And the thing that annoys me most is that, if there are such egregious errors in Wackypedia articles about things with which I'm familiar, there are probably many equally egregious errors that I don't spot in other articles, about things with which I'm unfamiliar. Errors in important stuff! Wackypedia could be filling my head with crap!
I'm going to fix the error in the Grand Lake article when I get around to it (it's been there since June, for Bob's sake!) But I can't fix the ones I don't catch. I don't have time to fix most that I do catch, in fact. Internets drives me crazy. I like weather better.