Talk:Wheeler Peak (Nevada)

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Reorganization[edit]

I wanted to group all of the Boundary vs. Wheeler stuff together; I think it makes more sense that way. I ended up doing a bunch of copyediting as well, e.g. taking out "very"s and some repetition. -- Spireguy 03:10, 8 October 2006 (UTC)

Overkill![edit]

First off, this 'mountain vs. mountain' thing is silly. Mountains are inanimate objects. Additionally, this article is written too much like an 'us vs them' proposition. Simply state the facts, not opinions. Also, consider this: if you consider Montgomery and Boundary to be one mountain, then it's a lot larger than you're saying Boundary Peak is.

Bottom line: Second is still second. End of story.Ryoung122 09:32, 24 September 2007 (UTC)