Talk:Michel Drucker

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Comments in 2004[edit]

THREE people editing my shitty little article a few minutes after it has been created... you really have no life! :-) (and some way of knowing when an article has been created).—Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.112.103.77 (talk) 22:43, 29 April 2004 (UTC)

Easy. Many people on Wikipedia have a look sometimes on Recent Changes just to check if some people wrote something interesting on something they're interested in... or if people are vandalizing pages. David.Monniaux 22:50, 29 Apr 2004 (UTC)

Great! BTW, please do not replace correct and in this case first-hand information, even if badly formulated, with incorrect and watered-down reformulations. Michel has been voted the most popular host at least a few times, including the time when I read the results. And the anecdote thing is wrong in the new form by David. This is not "a joke" by Michel. Again, I watched the show where he told the story.—Preceding unsigned comment added by 83.112.103.77 (talk) 23:01, 29 April 2004 (UTC)

The problem is that your first-hand information was a bit outlandish and said in a jokingly manner. People will tend to water down information that is not attributed nor properly qualified, and seems to express some exaggeration or personal bias. David.Monniaux 06:36, 30 Apr 2004 (UTC)

Question[edit]

Why is there not a comma after the CQ. I think there should be and if there is, can somebody add it there? Robert (talk) 04:07, 9 January 2014 (UTC)