There is spirited debate about whether the citing of a passage of law is considered original research, tantamount to "dropping Mentos into a bottle of Pepsi to see if it will explode." Can you emigrate from a country of which you are not a citizen? But what was his true ethnicity, Hungarian or Slovak? You'd be surprised how many people get this annoyed, to the point that it is still a hotly contested item over there. Oh, and this one, like all the others, had its share of random vandals, people leaving unmarked anonymous insults, and gnashing of teeth. Was he born in Scotland, (or Great Scotland) the UK, or Great Britain?Can you receive citizenship if you already have it? Celebrity witnesses such as Obama, Churchill, Sean Taro Ono Lennon, and Dr. Collateral damage even reaches WP: Lame, where the Chopin entry is removed because of an alleged lack of lameness.  At one point, the score in this heated battle was 16 citations to 4 in favour of the Hungarian side, with the Slovak side being handed both and tags. Let's just say for now he's a Parsi whose parents originated from India! Unfortunately, users and IP's don't realize that they are talking about the same place, and like tennis, the final result of this edit war will never be known.Who first donned a frilly skirt and threatened to kill anyone who questioned his manhood over it? ) Is Niko Bellic (the main character) Serbian, Slovak, Bosnian, Croatian, Russian, or from some unnamed Eastern European country?Normally reliable sources do not agree on the matter (with those written pre-launch suggesting the character is Russian, and post-launch Serbian or Croatian), and the actual game itself is just ambiguous enough about the subject to create dissent (and of course this is a part of the world where nationalist feelings run high, see Balkanization - even the order that Croatia and Serbia are listed also offends some.).
No consensus has truly emerged as to an ideal term; or even if the existing one is really a problem or not. If you add tomatoes is it still a Caesar or is it something called a "Letchworth salad"?
Was this tasty salad invented in Mexico in 1924, or in ancient Rome? A slow motion edit war stretching out over five years is surely the best way to find out!
Was this marinated raw fish delicacy invented in Peru, or in Ecuador?
Upon coming across a discussion that is borderline lame, some Wikipedians may be tempted to go do something useful. Left to its own devices, the discussion might inadvertently become useful. It is essential that as many editors as possible chime in, not adding to the discussion at hand, but merely commenting how lame it is and what a big waste of time it is. Montenegro legally seceded from Serbia and Montenegro in 2006, but Milla was born in Ukraine in the Soviet Union in 1975 to a Russian/Ukrainian mother and father of Serbian (Serbian/Montenegrin? The fact that it is normally rather hard to determine the origin of mythical figures didn't seem to bother any of the warriors in the slightest.
(See Self-fulfilling prophecy, Positive feedback, and Exponential growth.) Merely stating the discussion is lame is frequently not sufficient; every opposing statement must be denied with increasingly vehement assertions of the lameness. But don't forget to leave an edit summary saying how pathetic it is to choose any other version. Apparently one may be Scottish, or British, but not both.
Whatever you believe, be sure to bring a (Google) map to the debate, and point out that your opponent's sources are not RS or NPOV!