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Why did you un-redirect Middlesex Freeway and Bergen-Passaic Expressway? They cover the same road as the articles they were redirected to.

There should also be a source for the names actually extending along the full route if you're going to add that. --SPUI (talk - don't use sorted stub templates!) 23:36, 6 February 2006 (UTC)

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Jason Handman[edit]

Well, you got most of it right. The only part you missed was the "preloaded debate". You can use this template so that AfD listings will be formatted properly:

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Undoing reverts[edit]

I meant no disrespect by saying that there's a history of undoing reverts of a few highways. I gave two examples where it had been done before and just went ahead and undid it like the rest until we can have a discussion about it. I somewhat figured you might get upset over me saying a "history" of it, but I couldn't find any resistance to those reverts in the past, so I just brought attention back to the topic. If there needs to be a separate Trenton Freeway article, then let's discuss it at Talk:U.S. Route 1 in New Jersey#Merging Trenton Freeway. The main question will be: does the Trenton Frwy have enough information to warrant a seperate article and pass WP:N? --Triadian (talk) 04:31, 23 September 2009 (UTC)

Pinelands Revert[edit]

I looked at my photo on another monitor and saw the grain, so I will not revert it. BUT! First, unless you have some sort of special job at Wikipedia, you shouldn't be unilaterally deleting other's donated work!At the very least, you should give some sort of notice of your intent and explanation. For example, how 'bout asking me to replace my own photo with a less grainy version, which I could do and would have been pleased to correct??? You are very wrong about everything other than it being grainy! I have decades of professional experience to back up my case for which photo is a better view. You and I know the view from that tower. So, you see your photo with that vision in mind. The reader has no sense of what a scrub (I believe) pine looks like looking at your photo. Mine shows the tree in the foreground and the background offers what yours shows -- pines as far as the eye can see. I have shots from all angles up there. This is one shows what we're talking about -- what the (individual) pines look like -- plus shows the impressive (IMHO) landscape. AND -- Are you the person who said the caption is *opinion*? Again, backed with related credentials -- a degree and years of professional experience I can tell you there is no OPINION/POV in "In the U.S's. most densely populated state [FACT], Pinelands National Reserve is shown stretching across sandy soil [FACT] towards the beaches around Atlantic City [FACT]. The country’s first National Reserve [FACT], also known as the Pine Barrens [FACT], encompasses over one-million acres [FACT] in seven southern New Jersey counties [FACT], serving as quite a contrast to the state's more familiar city atmosphere [FACT, believe it or not], in its New York suburbs." I presume it's the tail end of that that you feel is opinion. Is it NOT a contrast? Do most people think of N.J. as a tree filled place? Aren't you in Nevada and a meteorologist? (Cool job! But not exactly qualifying you to be a photo OR text editing czar. Although, ironically, I'm pretty sure I could predict the weather more accurately! But, surely I digress.) Most of my life has been spent in N.J. and in my travels over 50+ years, as well as keenly watching media portrayals of our frequently bashed state, to say "more familiar city atmosphere" (meaning simply that roughly 51% or more -- one can *safely* understate -- think of N.J. that way) is truly fact. I realize the scientific equivalent wouldn't cut it, but this isn't science -- writing is more of an art. And -- in my opinion -- scientists and artists are at opposite ends of the spectrum). Oh, ANDdddd, sorry about the "Bozo" remark -- I just think what you do takes some nerve. Sincerely, the actual Bozo who posted a photo that appears grainy (although on only few monitors) photo. I'll try to fix it and repost it where it was, leaving yours as well.

Sleet[edit]

Question for you on Talk:Sleet. --Una Smith (talk) 07:17, 4 January 2010 (UTC)

Eureka Airport (Nevada)[edit]

Hello. This is in response to your question on my talk page. I removed KP68 from Eureka Airport (Nevada) because it is not the airport's ICAO location indicator. If an airport in the 48 contiguous United States is assigned an ICAO location indicator, it is always the letter K followed by the 3-character FAA location identifier (05U for Eureka Airport). As for P68 (or KP68) showing up in Google searches, that appears to be an ID used by the National Weather Service for the Eureka Automated Surface Observing System (ASOS), not for the airport. -- Zyxw (talk) 04:42, 8 August 2010 (UTC)

New Jersey Turnpike vs. I-95[edit]

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I-95/New Jersey Turnpike[edit]

It seems that we've been having a disagreement as to where the Turnpike offically ends. I'm confused as to why you think it ends at US 46 when it's offically part of the turnpike.

It is part of the Turnpike for at least three reasons: 1) On the website map, that portion north of US 46 is highlighted in green meaning that it's officially part of the Turnpike (where it ends at the Fletcher Ave overpass. 2) The maintenance of the road is that of the turnpike authority (lane markers, signage, etc). In addition, there's a sign on the expressway that says "END NJTP" in Fort Lee, which officially designates the northern of the turnpike. 3) According to Turnpike documentation, that part is officially classified as the mainline of the turnpike. Mlaurenti (talk) 18:50, 31 March 2011 (UTC)

Graupel hatnote[edit]

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Requested articles[edit]

Hello. Would you be interested in contributing to this Wikipedia:WikiProject New Jersey/Requested articles? Tinton5 (talk) 20:20, 4 February 2012 (UTC)

Sheldon National Wildlife Refuge[edit]

Hi, I think you made a good suggestion to tone down one of the assertions made in one of the articles, and to find a citation for it. With best wishes, Bigturtle (talk) 18:22, 21 March 2012 (UTC)

Todt Hill[edit]

I see that the Geology of National Parks page you cited supports the change from "Atlantic Coastal Plain" to eastern seaboard. The problem is that the citation I provided - the book Mannahatta - is where the words "Atlantic Coastal Plain" are found - so with your change that citation would have to be removed. I think you would have to find a different source to confirm that Todt HIll is the highest place on the eastern seaboard - an issue that has been discussed on the Todt Hill talk page. Revmoran (talk) 18:52, 10 April 2012 (UTC)

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Princeton[edit]

I'm reaching out to you here to try to consolidate the conversation about consolidating the municipalities. I had posted the following at Talk:Princeton, New Jersey and I suggest that all of the discussion of the new and former municipalities be consolidated there. The new Princeton is a successor to both the former municipalities of Princeton Borough and Princeton Township. While the new Princeton is also a borough, it was formed ab initio in 2013, as described in the Profile of Princeton on the new borough's website which states that "It is composed of the former Township of Princeton and Borough of Princeton which consolidated effective January, 2013 and is now known as Princeton." It may seem hard to appreciate, but the 2013 creation date is accurate. Alansohn (talk) 18:29, 2 January 2013 (UTC)

I had posted the same merge discussion on the Princeton talk page, and consolidated both of our sections after clicking save and seeing that we had duplicated our efforts. Please see my changes and confirm that my revisions did not change your intended meaning. Alansohn (talk) 18:48, 2 January 2013 (UTC)

Byzantine Empire lead[edit]

I think you fail to understand the point I was trying to make in my edit summaries. It's not about whether "Byzantine Empire" really was or wasn't the correct name of that entity. It's a point of grammar. Your sentence is grammatically inconsistent. Please look up use-mention distinction. A sentence of the form The XYZ is a name given to ... is never logically correct. If you wanted to talk about the names of things, it would have to be either XYZ is a name given to ... or "XYZ" is a name given to..., with the term marked as a quoted item and without the preceding "the". Once you use "the", you are not talking about a name, but you are using the name, and that means you are talking about the thing itself. A thing is not a name.

Of course I don't disagree about the fact as such that "Byzantine Empire" is a later terminology, but I do also disagree about the idea that it has to be in the very first sentence. We are clarifying this just two sentences further down, still in the lead paragraph; that is quite sufficient. Fut.Perf. 00:42, 9 January 2013 (UTC)

Re: NJTP ramp opening dates[edit]

Thank you for your insight. Now that you mention it, Exit 7A probably doesn't need a new opening date. However, Exit 8 really should have it because the old exit has now been replaced with a brand new one. Thoughts? Mlaurenti (talk) 14:18, 26 February 2013 (UTC)

Almost forgot...I intentionally changed the mile marker for Exit 8 because the new ramp has been relocated almost 0.1 miles south of old one. Let me know. Thanks. Mlaurenti (talk) 14:20, 26 February 2013 (UTC)

User page[edit]

Your personal website's domain ownership has changed, so you may wish to update to reflect that. And do be more of a sentinel of your own user page. GotR Talk 02:31, 23 March 2013 (UTC)

yeah.... my user page isn't something I pay much attention to... Famartin (talk) 08:43, 23 March 2013 (UTC)

Discussion at Talk:Byzantine Empire#"Continuation"[edit]

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Bleach anime ending date was indeed 2012[edit]

Thanks for reverting my change, i just realized and came back to correct the mistake. Pardon me if there are any unnecessary syntax errors, not so familiar with wiki edit syntax. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Samirbvr (talkcontribs) 10:53, 17 April 2013 (UTC)

Shabakunk Creek[edit]

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Crataegus 'Crimson Cloud'[edit]

Hi, that fine photo of this cultivar that you've added to the Crataegus page prompted me to look up the book "Hawthorns and medlars" by Phipps et al. 2003. That book lists that cultivar as belonging to C. monogyna rather than C. laevigata, and I can confirm from both your image and the one in the book that the leaves do indeed look like C. monogyna and not like C. laevigata. I hope that you don't mind if I make the appropriate adjustments. Sminthopsis84 (talk) 15:06, 3 June 2013 (UTC)

That's fine, I wasn't particularly sure myself. Thanks!Famartin (talk) 15:28, 3 June 2013 (UTC)

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Cut-paste moves considered harmful[edit]

I see you copied the contents of Whitebark pine into Pinus albicaulis. I don't object to the move, but please don't perform cut-paste moves: they don't preserve the edit history of the article.

I'll try and fix that move. If you're contemplating any more moves, and WP prevents you from using the move tab, then you need to go through the process at Requested Moves.

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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Another barnstar[edit]

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I've noticed your Great Basin photos recently and I like your work. Keep it up! Jsayre64 (talk) 14:53, 28 July 2013 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of List of county routes in Elko County, Nevada[edit]

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Discussion of article title of Whitebark pine[edit]

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Freezing rain[edit]

Hi,

If a mixture of rain and snow is better than rain and snow mixed, why the name of the article is then rain and snow mixed?

Pierre cb (talk) 23:47, 6 March 2014 (UTC)

Honestly I couldn't tell you, as I didn't start that article. The name works in some instances as is, but in others is clumsy compared to "a mixture of rain and snow". I don't think its a big deal to have the altered phrase; in English they are identical in meaning. Famartin (talk) 23:55, 6 March 2014 (UTC)

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2013/14 snow totals[edit]

So this was you? No premonition you lived near Trenton, NJ. "My master, Annatar the Great, bids thee welcome!" 00:53, 9 May 2014 (UTC)

It is my report, though my parents do the measurements. I live in a galaxy far far away...  ;) Famartin (talk) 02:45, 9 May 2014 (UTC)
Does CWG happen to have a quality standard for these reports? Some of these people (not implying your parents!) may not have undertaken standard NWS procedures such as waiting for snow to compact for a few hours between measurements... "My master, Annatar the Great, bids thee welcome!" 03:11, 9 May 2014 (UTC)
Couldn't tell you. I would hope, but really I have no idea. Famartin (talk) 03:17, 9 May 2014 (UTC)

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Edits to Nevada State Route 233[edit]

Martin, I have mixed feelings about the edits you made to Nevada State Route 233. You are correct that the literal route of the Califoria trail was several miles north of the route of this road (but not dozens of miles), and as such that wording of that section was poor. However, the article was accurate in stating that Interstate 80 follows the California trail across most of Nevada, because of the Humboldt River. Also, looking at this map [1], which admittedly is on a personal webpage, but is the closest thing I could find to a map of the California trail showing modern highways online, it is fairly clear that SR-233 is indeed the closest paved road that approximates the route of the CA trail in this part of Nevada. The Benchmark atlas used as the source confirms this. Not sure how to better word that, have any ideas? Dave (talk) 23:57, 7 June 2014 (UTC)

It really doesn't follow the California Trail in any way. It does follow the transcontinental railroad, that's true, which is why I left it. However, the California Trail diverges north of Interstate 80 at Wells, way over by Exit 350, while NV-233 diverges at Exit 378, almost 30 miles further east. The trail remains well to the northwest of NV-233. Examine northeastern Nevada on this NDOT highway map, which shows both roads and the California Trail, and see just how far apart they area (and how much closer the railroad is). http://www.nevadadot.com/uploadedFiles/NDOT/Traveler_Info/Maps/NevadaHighwayMap2011-12.pdf Famartin (talk) 00:06, 8 June 2014 (UTC)
Also note that in Nevada, most of the California Trail is actually closer to US 93 than NV 233. Famartin (talk) 00:10, 8 June 2014 (UTC)
I see your point. On a second glance it really depends on how far one zooms out or in to determine which one "more closely follows". If you zoom out so that part of Utah is visible, it does look like SR233 is closer, but once you zoom out to include Idaho, US 93 is the better choice. So you're probably right to remove that content, cheers, Dave (talk) 04:05, 9 June 2014 (UTC)


Jackpot Time Zone ==[edit]

I am not sure I see anything posted in Jackpot as a fact. You have a reference which says that it is illegal to ignore official time zones, and yet we have clear evidence that the airport is running in Mountain Time. The Faa doesn't make arbitrary decisions without some kind of authority. I realize what the fed register says. I feel like you have evidence to defend your case, but not facts.

There seems to be no legal quantity called "unofficial". I can set my personal clocks to Beijing time, but to set the post office, post highway signs, change maps, change Faa, etc. there must be something official. Pacomartin (talk) 18:28, 8 July 2014 (UTC)

Nevada photos[edit]

Hi, I just wanted to say again that your photos are absolutely amazing. I never knew that northeastern Nevada had such scenery in a wide-open region. Jsayre64 (talk) 21:53, 17 July 2014 (UTC)

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