Talk:Osage Plains

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Stub template choice[edit]

Not a big enough deal to warrant much/any more than this comment, but "(stub-sorting per normal procedure - DO NOT revert thuis to US-geo-stub!!!)" is a tad off base - The Plains extend into five states. Giving the template for each of those five states is unnecessary - That's why the national stub template exists. Giving the templates for only three of those states is... well, simply incorrect. Again, the national level template exists for a reason. MrZaiustalk 01:31, 23 July 2007 (UTC)

Five is a borderline case, and certainly worth considering. A glance at the category Category:United States geography stubs would make it clear what items are covered by the template in question and what items should be covered by it. if there had been mention of it covering more than three states in the text of the article, this would never have arisen. I see now that a map shows it extending some distance into four states and just touching a fifth. Noamlly in those ceicumstances the fifth state would be ignored in terms of stubbing. Grutness...wha? 01:58, 23 July 2007 (UTC)