Talk:Anna Anderson

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Refs query[edit]

Kiernan, was this the wisest move? Do you not wish the article's statements to be better cited?~©Djathinkimacowboy 01:13, 20 October 2012 (UTC)

Also, from that, am I to assume you will also revert any ref. I might be able to insert? I certainly do not wish to try to improve the article knowing you'll just revert me. Especially since I do not do any reversions myself. I have read many of the books too, and could possibly insert citations here and there.~©Djathinkimacowboy 01:15, 20 October 2012 (UTC)
Don't insult me. I've done more than anyone to introduce references to this article. Even the diff you've provided shows me adding three as a demonstration, which you apparently think is unwise. As I said in the edit summaries, there is no need to pepper the lead with intrusive citations when the material is already referenced elsewhere in the article per WP:LEADCITE. DrKiernan (talk) 06:56, 20 October 2012 (UTC)
It was not my intention to "insult" you, or anyone. But you say that 'there is no need to pepper the lead with intrusive citations when the material is already referenced elsewhere in the article...' and whilst I agree, there ought to be at least one citation in the lead. That is a standard I see being enforced at all other articles, believe me. However I see the lead is well "peppered" anyway!
You also said, 'I've done more than anyone to introduce references to this article.' So you have, so you have. Yet you also did more than anyone to keep everyone else from editing here. Do I sound insulting?--it shouldn't be construed as such, you're the one who kept us from working on this. You had no registered oath to do it all yourself. I have relatively few books but I have read some and can cite them; the trouble is, Kiernan, that you always saw fit to absolutely and immediately delete anything I used to try to add to this article, without so much as discussion. And I see you still do that to nearly everyone who tries to edit here. Perhaps you've forgotten who it was who helped you with the entire structure and style of this article in the first place? Or will you now say I never did anything for the article? Do you know anything about WP:OWN perchance? I suggest you take a look at it. This is not your article alone.~©Djathinkimacowboy 00:27, 21 October 2012 (UTC)

Shame[edit]

I cannot believe someone here would make false sockpuppetry accusations simply because they do not want me editing here. It is low and snakelike. Beware, editors.~©Djathinkimacowboy 11:09, 21 October 2012 (UTC)