User talk:Bkonrad/Archive 10
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Michigan article cuts
Looks like you accidentally deleted the last half of Michigan -- I guess accidentally, because it was useful info and you left a bracket hanging. :) I replaced it, but made sure to include your muslim edit. —dcclark (talk) 02:37, 5 September 2005 (UTC)
- Thanks. I spilled water on my laptop, rendering it pretty much useless, and have been using my wife's old iMac with IE 5 as the browser. I'm still getting used to the limitations. older≠wiser 12:17, September 5, 2005 (UTC)
Your atheism revert
Don't be silly, silly! You didn't have to invite me. I'm actually kind of wary of joining a "club" after a bad experience with another WikiProj, but hopefully I can help out here. Best, jengod 02:49, 5 October 2005 (UTC)
Thanks for correcting my internal links on the Cleveland page. My bad, but I'm still learning. MARussellPESE 12:38, 5 October 2005 (UTC)
Thanks for reverting the page on Pierre Dugua. What happened there?
I am okay with your edit except for the word "so-called". Many historians call those who supported the Philippine-American War Imperialists, imperialist newspapers, imperialist politicians etc.
To seperate and distinguish themselves from the Anti-imperialists, who were firmly against the war.
That may be insulting to yourself in 2005, but that is what many historians call those who supported the war.
I will change the text once again to emphasize this.Travb 22:42, 21 October 2005 (UTC)
- Hello Bkonrad, I am editing the posting as we speak. Please edit it as you see fit. I welcome feedback.
- Notice your edits. I am embarrased about the shape of the wikisite Lodge Committee it is definatley a work-in-progress. I hope to get it up to as good of quality as these two wikiquote sites I made from scratch: Philippine-American War and Secretary Root's Record:"Marked Severities" in Philippine Warfare
- It is really sad that there is not more information already available on the internet about these very important events in American history--it just shows the selctive way Americans learn our own history, white-washing many of the attrocities.Travb 23:24, 21 October 2005 (UTC)
Anon IP and Hemlock
Sorry about earlier! I get a bit leery when I see an anonymous IP address turn up for edits. Regarding Hemlock, I'm seeing evidence that is quite muddled on the subject.  makes no claim that Hemlock is unincorporated -- and it derives its information from Wiki! Likewise,  gives a date for incorporation. I'll do some information digging and see what I can find, but since I live in Indiana now it may be a bit tougher and take awhile longer. Once again, my apologies! --Martin Osterman 20:40, 31 October 2005 (UTC)
- Yeah, there's a lot of questions that are unanswered in that regard. It may actually require an on-site visit to their library or historical society to solve the mystery. At the very least I'll put in a call to my dad tonight -- he was a lawyer for over 10 years in St. Louis before moving to Alaska -- and if that doesn't solve anything, contact the Township office and see what they say. Would those be valid forms of evidence, however? --Martin Osterman 21:16, 31 October 2005 (UTC)