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December 2012[edit]

You removed valid factual information posted to Lisa Jackson on her resignation. Please to not remove my posts unless they are incorrect. Stating she resigned without mentioning possible underlying circumstances, to include a documented IG investigation, appears to be politically motived. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Mott Black Coffee (talkcontribs) 01:55, 29 December 2012 (UTC) Got your response and accept your apology. However, it is not an opinion that Lisa Jackson is being investigate by the IG. The link to the pdf letter is documented evidence that the IG feels there is something not in accordance with policy. As a member of wikiteens, I can only chalk up your perspective to inexperience. While it may be speculation that there is direct link to the IG inspection, it is cited in two sources as a possible motivator for resignation. You clearly have a political agenda that makes you believe any negative information about an Obama official is only opinion. However, two news sources are acceptable background for the resignation and possible motivation. If you truly dislike political censorship, don't pratice it.Mott Black Coffee (talk) 03:32, 29 December 2012 (UTC)

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Associate Justice[edit]

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Timeline of the investigation into the 2012 Benghazi attack[edit]

I agree with your deletes. You are welcome to do more pruning - I don't think there are many who will object. ClaudeReigns (talk) 03:59, 21 December 2012 (UTC)

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Henry Clay[edit]

I appreciate all the work that you put into this article's Infobox, but am concerned about its present length. Clay had so many 'jobs' throughout his life and career that the article's Infobox has had an ongoing tendency to overwhelm the text throughout the article's editing history, as seen in the Archives at Length of Infobox. Infoboxes are supposed to be concise and contain information cited elsewhere in the article...I think that this article might now have the longest Infobox in any WP biographical article. Would like to discuss your changes at Talk:Henry Clay, looking forward to seeing your thoughts on the Infobox there. Thanks, Shearonink (talk) 20:51, 2 January 2013 (UTC)
(Following response copied over from User talk:Shearonink)...

I do agree that it is very overwhelming, and it should get trimmed back a little bit. My goal is to not have the Infobox exceed the "Early life and Political Career" section. I'm going to leave the Secretary of State and Speaker of the House part alone, because I think the historical value and knowledge on who proceeded and succeeded Clay in those offices are obviously more important than who was elected before him in the U.S. House.
I just don't see how it's possible for someone to go from the Senate and House and bouncing between districts like Henry Clay did. >______>
But thanks for the input, I'll see what I can accomplish without making it look like an incomplete article.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Bulba2036 (talkcontribs) 21:11, 2 January 2013‎(UTC)
Clay's offices were summarized in the previous version...Even though they are all very interesting, I am not sure it is necessary to have all the predecessors and all the successors for every legislative office Clay ever held mentioned & linked-to within the Infobox...heh, there's just too many! Also, I think the districts changing were not necessarily from Clay moving, but from districts being redrawn - Kentucky at that time was a frontier state, with the population increasing districts got redrawn somewhat often.
For reference about how the Infobox looked in a previous incarnation, this is what it looked like in 2011 before it was trimmed down. Also, something I need to keep reminding myself of is the purpose of Infoboxes...
...the purpose of an infobox: to summarize key facts in the article in which it appears. The less information it contains, the more effectively it serves that purpose, allowing readers to identify key facts at a glance.
Another issue to keep in mind is how any changes can affect loading times for WP readers who use mobile devices to access content...at one point a while ago I had crafted a collapsed version of the Clay Infobox that apparently really messed up mobile load times and mobile appearance, so it had to be changed back. Cheers, Shearonink (talk) 21:42, 2 January 2013 (UTC)

Re: Infoboxes[edit]

(In the interest of keeping this discussion in one place, this section has been copied & moved here from User talk:Shearonink)...
I removed the predecessors and successors from his Congressional years, tweaked some little things to make the boxes shorter, and put comma's in between his children's names instead of having a long stream of names. That was another problem of his, too many kids. xD

Haha, plus he only served term before and one term after redistricting so that makes it even more joyful. -__-

I don't think I'm going to take his successors and predecessors away from the Senate, I share your hatred for long Infoboxes, but I also think that it looks inconsistent with other articles that includes this information. I'm open to further discussions on how we should improve Henry Clay's page, and if another editor makes the recommendation to take more off, I'm always glad to hear their opinion. c:— Preceding unsigned comment added by Bulba2036 (talkcontribs) 22:12, 2 january 2013 (UTC)

What other Infoboxes are you referring to? I would be interested in seeing them. If any other Infoboxes are at the length of Clay's Infobox, then they should probably be considered for trimming...summaries, less is more, etc. Thanks, Shearonink (talk) 22:24, 2 January 2013 (UTC)

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THANK YOU![edit]

Nice job with the Rick Nolan picture.
I haven't looked just yet, did you take it OR how did you find it online?
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Java, etc.[edit]

I us a Mac Mini, running OS X version 10.6.8. I could upgrade to 10.7 (and no further), but for reasons I'll not bore you with, I've chosen not to do so. What this means is, that I'm apparently not able to upgrade to the latest version of some plug-ins, such as Java.
When I tried to look for the picture at the official Nolan web site, I could find nothing, as it APPARENTLY required me to have the latest Java or some other sort of a plug in that I either did not have or had disabled.

So, can you explain again, just EXACTLY how did you find the image?
(Example: I can't find anything in the Wikimedia Commons website.)
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Huh[edit]

Huh. For some reason, it worked this time. Oh well.
LP-mn (talk) 20:16, 9 January 2013 (UTC)

Yea, I found the same image you found. The difference is, I was trying to look at the Nolan web site's tab for "PHOTOS", and the plug-in would not work. Getting back to the image you found, his staff must have just added that one, because I THOUGHT it wasn't there only a few days ago.
Did you add the image to wikipedia commons?
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Right-Wing Political Meming[edit]

I just edited out a subtle (covert?) edit you did, describing Jacob Lew as a "politician." He's never run for office. He's worked for politicians, but that's not a "politician." Given the current low status of politicians, the use of the term is an attempt to denigrate Lew. I'm just putting this here to go on the record, for what it's worth. Tapered (talk) 21:07, 11 January 2013 (UTC)

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Removal of alt text[edit]

Hi, the commentary you're removing is actually alternative text for visually impaired readers and is part of our style guideline. --NeilN talk to me 04:33, 14 August 2013 (UTC)

Hello. I'm so sorry about that, I just thought that somebody was just trolling Wikipedia. I was unaware of Wikipedia's policy regarding the visually impaired, and I thank you for informing me.
Though I do support the idea of the alt caption, as a personal view I would suggest that the current alt text on the pages of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan be changed to something similar and consistent to the alt text on the page of Barack Obama. For instance, on Mitt Romney, I think it would be better if the current text was replace to something similar to; 'Former Massachusetts Governor and 2012 Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney speaking at CPAC, March 15, 2013.' The current version of 'dark haired man at indoor nighttime event' isn't very substantive for the visually impaired and it may confuse other editors who aren't familiar with Wikipedia's alt text policy.

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Yes, I think that's a good change. Go for it! --NeilN talk to me 05:40, 14 August 2013 (UTC)

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I've removed most of the content from your user page per WP:FAKEARTICLE. --NeilN talk to me 19:16, 28 September 2013 (UTC)

Which is why there's a banner above citing it as a user page?

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That does not exempt the page from falling under WP:FAKEARTICLE. There is no reason why you should have an "alternate history" article on your user page. By rights, I should be sending the page to WP:MFD. Should I do that? --NeilN talk to me 08:09, 30 September 2013 (UTC)

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