User talk:Blackguard SF
- 1 Edit summary for WP:PROD
- 2 CIVIL
- 3 I attacked him for a good reason
- 4 Edit on Headbanging and CN Blue Blue Moon World Tour
- 5 Editing on Daniel Andreas San Diego
- 6 Grievous Error of Judgment That You Should Correct
- 7 Black metal
- 8 the new sentence and referencing on the 'oi' page is historically, definitive, objective and fundamental for grounding the sentence above it
- 9 About the necessity for the linkages in Comfort women
- 10 The article "Coolie"
- 11 Bindi-Image of woman
- 12 Blunted affect/psychology.
- 13 A Message for You
- 14 Message from Glorious Japan Forever
- 15 Blocked Sock
- 16 Uno Sockblocko
- 17 Thepublicblogger deletion
- 18 Solutrean hypotheis
- 19 A cookie for you!
- 20 EHNE
Thank you for nominating Voices & Visions for deletion via WP:PROD. To make it easier to check the page history, could you please use a descriptive edit summary (like "propose for deletion, non-notable")? Thank you, —Kusma (t·c) 10:34, 30 January 2014 (UTC)
- Thank you, Blackguard SF. I think that newbie needs guidance, but I don't think he will listen to me. Oh, well... --126.96.36.199 (talk) 03:57, 15 February 2014 (UTC)
I attacked him for a good reason
That guy was being a dick to me. you warn me; but you don't warn him, even though he tells me what to do repeatedly (when I told him not to), intentionally trolls, undoes my edits, and has committed in multiple edit wars with other users.
And I can claim to be an administrator you are not the boss of me.
Super Sintex —Preceding undated comment added 03:58, 15 February 2014 (UTC)
Edit on Headbanging and CN Blue Blue Moon World Tour
Im sorry, please do not confuse this with spamming, I am linking to interests in the significant Blue Moon World Tour page attached to the CN Blue band page (which is recognized by Wikipedia: Wikipedia article traffic statistics: (CNBLUE has been viewed 35751 times in the last 30 days. This article ranked 8184 in traffic on en.wikipedia.org. latest 30 60 90 days); I deleted the attached YouTube video which can be viewed at one of the two other references attached to the edit. I am a fan who attended the concert in NYC, not a paid contributor. Thank you for your attention. --Bonnielou2013 (talk) 04:56, 23 February 2014 (UTC)
Editing on Daniel Andreas San Diego
BlackGuard SF, my name's KoshVorlon, I'm not an admin, nor a 'crat, just another editor, like you are. I saw your concerns on Daniel Andreas San Diego, and yes, the second paragraph starting with "He has several tattoos" appears to be a word-for-word copy of | the fbi.gov website concerning him. Rather than remove the entire write up, why not re-write that paragraph alone. The rest appears to be ok (however, I'm not by any means an expert on copyright. You may want to speak with our resident copyright expert and get a second opinion on it. 10:53, 12 March 2014 (UTC)
- The edit copied almost the entirety of this press release. Much more than one paragraph, and more than I care to re-write. Blackguard 17:22, 12 March 2014 (UTC)
Grievous Error of Judgment That You Should Correct
You wrote: DataDrivenOne was created 23:48, 7 April 2014, and Mathematicalist 01:41, 8 April 2014. Three of Mathematicalist's edits have been removing the notability tag on the article DataDrivenOne created . Both users mention the International Conference on Gambling and Risk Taking , which according to www.unlv.edu had fewer than 500 attendants in 2013. Both believe in a conspiracy to suppress a baccarat strategy the Zuan Xin article is promoting   (see "embargoed by the Chinese language media around the world")  (see "worldwide blackout of information"). Blackguard 06:56, 8 April 2014 (UTC) DEAR BLACKGUARD THIS IS A GRIEVOUS ERROR OF JUDGMENT BLACKGUARD WHOMSOEVER YOU ARE FIRST ISSUE YOUR CREDIBILITY TO MAKE THIS JUDGMENT ARE YOU AN EXPERT ON GAMBLING AND OR THE GAMBLING INDUSTRY IF YOU ANSWER YES THEN YOU KNOW THAT THE GAMBLING INDUSTRY PAYS CLOSE ATTENTION TO WIKIPEDIA SO THAT INDUSTRY BIASED INFORMATION IS IN ALL GAMBLING RELATED POSTS ON WIKIPEDIA BECAUSE THIS HELPS THE CASINOS FLEECE THEIR CUSTOMERS SECOND ISSUE WHAT IS YOUR PROBLEM WITH THE REFERENCES THAT ARE MADE TO ZUAN XIN DID YOU REALLY CAREFULLY STUDY THEM DO YOU CARE ABOUT THE THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES AROUND THE WORLD AFFLCITED BY GAMBLING ADDICTION MOST ESPECIALLY BACCARAT GAMBLING ADDICTION THIRD ISSUE YOUR HALF BAKED ACCUSATIONS AGAINST ME I CAME ONTO WIKIPEDIA TO RID THIS ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF GAMBLING INDUSTRY PROPAGANDA DISGUISED AS WIKIPEDIA ENTRIES AND I RECEIVE THIS WELCOME BY CREEPS SUCH AS YOU WHO KNOW NOTHING ABOUT GAMBLING OR GAMBLING ADDICTION I AM NOT THE AUTHOR OF ANY OF THESE ARTICLES BUT FOR SURE I HAVE HEARD OF ZUAN XIN ALMOST EVERY BACCARAT PLAYER IN LAS VEGAS HAS THOUGH FOR ME SADLY WAY TOO LATE FOR A MEMBER OF MY FAMILY THAT LOST EVERYTHING FROM HER OBSESSION WITH BACCARAT THAT SHE THOUGHT WAS A GAME OF LUCK WHEN IT IS ACTUALLY A GAME OF SKILL SHE EVEN ATTEMPTED SUICIDE SO PARDON ME IF YOUR CRAP IS NOT SO FUNNY TO ME FOURTH ISSUE YOUR SNIDE PUT DOWN OF THE LATE PROFESSOR EADINGTON AND HIS CONFERENCE YES THERE WERE 500 PEOPLE THERE AT CAESARS PALACE FROM ALL AROUND THE WORLD HOW MANY HIGHEST LEVEL GAMBLING AND PROBABILITY EXPERTS DO YOU THINK THAT THERE ARE IN THE WORLD AND YES IT IS TRUE THERE WERE PEOPLE FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD THERE AT CAESARS PALACE LOOK UP THE LATE MOST HONORABLE PROFESSOR EADINGTON HE SELECTED THAT PRESENTATION ALL THE PRESENTATIONS EVEN THOUG HE DIED BEFORE HE GOT TO HEAR THEM CHECK OUT BILL EADINGTON WHOM YOU SNIDELY DERIDE YOU FUCKING LITTLE CREEP BE CAREFUL HOW YOU CONDUCT YOURSELF VIS A VIS ENTRIES THAT ARE ACTUALLY OF CONSEQUENCE IF YOU PERSIST IN ATTACKING THIS VERY IMPORTANT ARTICLE AND ATTACKING ME WITH SOME SNIDE INSULT WHILE HIDING IN YOUR LITTLE DARK DINGY COMPUTER ROOM THEN EXPECT SOMETHING EQUALLY BAD OR WORSE TO COME BACK TO YOU OR WORSE YET TO SOMETHING OR SOMEONE THAT YOU CARE ABOUT MORE THAN ANYONE OR ANYTHING ELSE IN THE WORLD BECAUSE THAT IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU INTENTIONALLY GO OUT OF YOUR WAY TO DO SOMETHING THAT YOU KNOW IS WRONG OR BAD BECAUSE YES BAD THINGS ALWAYS HAPPEN TO BAD PEOPLE WHO DO BAD THINGS BECAUSE THANK HEAVENS THERE REALLY IS SOMETHING CALLED FATE OR DESTINY OR PROVIDENCE OR GOD OR SYNCHRONICITY THAT HAS A POWERFUL TENDENCY TO BALANCE THINGS OFF SO I SUGGEST MR BLACKGUARD THAT YOU MAKE A VERY CAREFUL STUDY OF WHAT YOU ARE CRITICIZING BEFORE MAKING YOUR CREEPY LITTLE SNAP JUDGMENTS ABOUT SOMETHING YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT AND THEN YOUR APOLOGY TO ME WILL BE FORGIVEN AND ALL WILL BE FORGOTTEN AS FOR ME I WILL CONTINUE TO EDIT THE GAMBLING PROPAGANDA ON WIKIPEDIA AND I HOPE THAT YOU WILL BUTT OUT AND LEAVE THESE THINGS TO WIKIPEDIA PARTICIPANTS WHO KNOW WHAT THEY ARE WRITING ABOUT HAVE A NICE DAY WHOMSOEVER YOU MAY BE AND WHERESOEVER YOU MAY BE HIDING IF YOU ARE MALE YOU NEED A GIRL FRIEND IF YOU ARE FEMALE YOU NEED A BOY FRIEND URGENTLY SINCERELY YOURS MATHEMATICALIST — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mathematicalist (talk • contribs) 21:49, 8 April 2014 (UTC)
- Holy shit. Blackguard 06:43, 9 April 2014 (UTC)
My thoughts exactly. Anyway, just commenting to say that I have added extra line breaks to Mathematicalist's message, as I think they were lost when the message was moved from the user page to the talk page, and the message is rather difficult to read without them. -IagoQnsi 23:52, 9 April 2014 (UTC)A look at the revision history for the original posting of the comment shows that Mathematicalist did in fact originally post his message in one giant unreadable block, so I have reverted my edits; my mistake. -IagoQnsi 00:20, 10 April 2014 (UTC)
If you have a source for Graveland, perhaps you wouldn't mind adding the ref? It seems to be a point of contention. Refs often make it easier for blokes like me. Cheers Jim1138 (talk) 07:18, 16 April 2014 (UTC)
- I don't really care about Graveland. Infernal War fans have been spamming Wikipedia with unreferenced, anachronistic assertions and weirdly placed album infoboxes for months, and I've been reverting. Blackguard 07:27, 16 April 2014 (UTC)
the new sentence and referencing on the 'oi' page is historically, definitive, objective and fundamental for grounding the sentence above it
I have verified by research and I have not critically or subjectively analysed the lyrics I have clearly referenced them, in references '6' and '7', I have honoured the core value of Wikipedia: '6' "In St. Peters the Jammy Pig Getting ready for his Vatican gig Shut your noise the world's a sewer Catch you later on his next world tour" '7'
"God save the queen, the fascist regime They made you a moron, potential H-bomb
God save the queen, she ain't no human being There is no future in England's dreaming"
One of the fundamental ideas of an encyclopaedic reference is that it seeks out 'the origins of truth as a function of the progress of a given society'. It is crucial that both 'multiple' and 'secondary' sources are compared to the 'original' works so that their 'reliability' can be held to account by everyone ... the encyclopaedic idea of making visible the truth holds the goal of improving society for all, not just the elite. I have been following the core goals of what an encyclopaedia seeks to achieve. For example a genuine encyclopaedia would not question Einstein's E=MC2 through only 'multiple' and 'secondary' sources ... it would allow people to see the 'original' equation and its formula. I have not made an 'interpretation' of the lyrics they have an aesthetic life, or aura, of their own which should not be concealed. Referencing the whole picture, not the subjective picture, is the idea of an authentic encyclopaedia.
I have written my opinion about the necessity for the linkages at Talk:Comfort women#About the necessity for the linkages. So please read them and let me know your opinion there.NiceDay (talk) 04:16, 10 May 2014 (UTC)
The article "Coolie"
Hi how are you... I have been trying non-stop to get the article Coolie" changed because the article non-accurate and racist. And it's obvious that the people who put this article together has an agenda and that agenda is to degrade people of Asian descent. Can you please help me with editing this article.
First of all the Category must be changed from Slavery to Indentured Worker. If a category was not created for Indentured Worker then in should be. Coolie should not be lumped in the category of slavery because it is false. Second the etymology for coolie is hired laborer or wages. And kuli in Turkish means hireling. I am from these islands and the original article so falsely misrepresents coolies. Many people of Indian and Chinese background took exception to this article because they knew that a lot of the subject matter in this article is false and misleading. Indians have land today because of the work that they did; slavery and coolie cannot be compared.
Coolies were given wages, land, and houses for their labor. Generally speaking people today are not even given this. I know this for a fact because I am from these island and the people there were indeed paid. This resulted in a lot of jealousy and anger from African slaves towards coolies and perhaps rightfully so. Indian coolies were paid about $45 dollars a day plus food and clothing.
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/136194/coolie http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/records/research-guides/indian-indentured-labour.htm http://www.npr.org/blogs/codeswitch/2013/11/25/247166284/a-history-of-indentured-labor-gives-coolie-its-stinghttp: http://www.sahistory.org.za/politics-and-society/anti-indian-legislation-1800s-1959
80% of the immigrants who came to the Chesapeake Bay colonies were white, European indentured laborers. Indentured laborers were: White Europeans, Chinese, Indians, and other Asian ethnic groups and these people were not slaves. "Coolie" needs to be listed under a category called Indentured Worker or it should not be in a category at all. Coolie should simply not be listed under the category of Slavery because that is very false and is misleading to the public. How do I remove "coolie" from the category Slavery or get a new category created entitled Indentured Laborer? https://sites.google.com/site/rydenonushistory/home/directory-study-guides/southern-english-colonies Also the etymology of coolie is "hired laborer" or an "unskilled Asian Laborer" There are several other etymology used in the present article that is not relevant and they must be removed. Can you please remove this. Thank you for your help. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=coolie http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/coolie
To me it is obvious that this article was written to degrade peoples whose ancestry goes back to Asia. Because both Coolies and Europeans were both indentured laborers and European indentured labor took place before Coolie-ism even existed. Yet Wikipedia is not classing Europeans as slaves but Wikipedia is classing Coolies as slaves. Neither Europeans or Coolies were slaves. Coolies came to the new world AFTER slavery was abolished. Coolies were majority unskilled workers and a minority of skilled workers that were paid and that is a fact. The people who wrote this article has an agenda and it is easy to tell that from the tone of the article. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Richey90211 (talk • contribs) 02:15, 23 May 2014 (UTC)
Bindi-Image of woman
There's already a picture of a woman in bindi,i don't think there is a need to keep a pic of another old woman, traditionally in India it is worn among the upper caste Hindu Brahmin woman who are of a different type then the woman in that pic. Also note that the Vedas, Upanishads, Gita were all the works of upper caste Hindus i.e Brahmins, thus it is befetting to keep a photo of a Brahmin woman as a mark of respect for their ancestor works(wearing of Bindi started among Brahmin woman at first),the photo of the woman in red sari at the top is that of an Indian Actress who is a Brahmin Hindu ,thus it is kept there ,i hope u get the point.Rim sim (talk) 05:30, 7 June 2014 (UTC)
- Take this and whatever issue you have with the licensing to the article talk page. Blackguard 07:36, 7 June 2014 (UTC)
What exactly is the definition of a "healthy" person in regards to the way emotions are presented or not presented. You said I made POV edits when the fact is that I removed the socially and culturally biased terms from a page based almost entirely on FMRI fallacies. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:52, 8 June 2014 (UTC)
A Message for You
Konnichiwa, Blackie! (I'm the same guy who reported you for edit-warring and vice versa last Monday, only my IP keeps changing unexpectedly so you might not recognize me) -
What is your problem with Japan? Are you one of those Chinese or Koreans who devotes their life's work to making sure Japan gets nuked again? That article on An Jung-geun seemed to imply that the murder of Ito Hirobumi was justified, when it was anything but. The article should at least have had balancing information about all the good things Japan was doing for Korea, like introducing a better education system and liberating Korean slaves - the Japanese really took to heart that "all men are created equal." The one thing I don't want to happen is for Wikipedia, the most prestigious and easily accessible source of general information in the world, to turn into a hate site where we can spew venom at Japan and Japanese people. An Jung-geun is a TERRORIST. Good day to you, sir. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 12:15, 11 June 2014 (UTC)
Message from Glorious Japan Forever
Hey, Blackguard! It's me, Glorious Japan, again. I'm back from the dead! :)
So you chose to carry on our rivalry going all the way back to June 9, over the Ahn Jung-geun article, huh? Well, you fought honorably, Blackie. Good man.
Very sincerely yours,
I would like to know what in the text of the article that I created for thepublicblogger do you think is for promotion or advertising reasons? I have made this page because Person is doing things on his blog that have never been done before. Everything stated by me is from a point of neutrality. Your perception of it however is that it is not, which is wrong. Please show me in the text where it is not being neutral so that edits can be made. A speedy deletion is an erroneous decision on your part.
I want to get this resolved as quickly as possible because Thepublicblogger needs to have an article up so the world can see what this man is doing.
- Neither the blog nor blogger are notable yet. When the site receives substantial recognition and satisfies Wikipedia's guideline for notability, the article can be recreated. Blackguard 21:40, 9 August 2014 (UTC)
Your edit stimulated me to do a quick search on Google scholar. "Refuting the technological cornerstone of the Ice-Age Atlantic crossing hypothesis" Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (2013) . Dougweller (talk) 17:59, 18 August 2014 (UTC)
- Thank you, an interesting read. Mamma mia, that's some sloppy science. Blackguard 19:27, 18 August 2014 (UTC)
|Thank you, you removed the page on Isaac mercer by brandondodds69 Isaacmercer (talk) 05:29, 20 August 2014 (UTC)|
You wrote that you thought my page was promotional, but it is not. There is no business, foundation, company associated with the page. It is just a page on a new nursing theory, and it was referenced with the peer-reviewed journal where the theory is published. There is no money to be gained, and the only promotion is truly dissemination of the evidenced based practiced associated with the research within this article. There are several citations provided and a link to the webpage for the theory (which is ALSO not a business, foundation, or company) - just informational. So can the ban be lifted? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Minimer01 (talk • contribs) 20:45, 21 August 2014 (UTC)
- There is no ban. The article was deleted because it was complete jargon. If your new theory receives significant coverage in reliable sources, someone else can recreate it. Blackguard 07:22, 22 August 2014 (UTC)