- 1 Welcome!
- 2 Mont Royal
- 3 RE: Comerica smaller size
- 4 Bald Eagle
- 5 Anglicanism and the Anglican Communion
- 6 Wikiproject College Football
- 7 United States presidents and control of congress
- 8 Hello Detroit Architectural contributers:
- 9 Pont Ruelle
- 10 James
- 11 Funny hat in Polish
- 12 I miss A2
- 13 Mexican-American War
- 14 Belgium
- 15 Names of the colonial wars
- 16 Tourism in metropolitan Detroit
- 17 Looking for Wikipedians for a User Study
- 18 License for Image:Guardianbuilding.jpg
- 19 Just curious
- 20 John Beilein GA
- 21 Azerbaijan–Spain relations
- 22 Thanks for the Cape Verde observations
- 23 Origin "House of Pain" Name
- 24 Michigan Wikipedians!
- 25 Reign of Terror
- 26 Can you help out?
- 27 mediation Request
- 28 Formal mediation has been requested
- 29 Request for mediation rejected
- 30 Possibly unfree File:Eastern market chicken.jpg
- 31 Michigan Wikipedians
Hi Funnyhat, Oops! I knew that it was Mont Royal and not Mont Real! Dang. I can't believe I made that mistake. I'll go back and change it. Mona-Lynn 02:43, 3 Apr 2005 (UTC)
RE: Comerica smaller size
Your assessment of the "artificial demand" is partially true. Writers have also commented on the move to smaller parks as being due to changing demographics. To be more blunt about it, baseball is not as "important" as it once was, compared with certain other sports. When the NFL started, they rented from the baseball teams. By the 1960s, the baseball teams were sharing with the NFL in facilities that were decidedly more conducive to football. Now they are going their separate ways, the NFL stadiums being larger, and the MLB parks being smaller. The "artificial demand" strategy seems to work, as long as the product is attractive. I wonder how small they would have to make Milwaukee's Miller Park so that demand would exceed supply?
Wahkeenah 06:34, 10 Apr 2005 (UTC)
That's the dilemma, the obstructed views. If you look at the old parks, even the original Yankee Stadium, and very observable in Wrigley Field also, you'll see that the lower deck was wide and the upper deck was narrow. That meant a lot of posts in the lower deck. What they have done, in essence, is to swap the lower and upper decks... which is not a good thing, for reasons such as the ones you cite. The real dilemma is that in baseball, there are only so many good seats, and the others are... well, not so good. Wahkeenah 02:46, 11 Apr 2005 (UTC)
I somewhat belatedly picked up your change of the name of this species to the American lower case style; there is an agreed convention that bird species' names are always capitalised on Wikipedia (no agreement for other groups, although de facto for eg cetaceans, thanks, jimfbleak 05:11, 16 July 2005 (UTC)
Anglicanism and the Anglican Communion
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Wikiproject College Football
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Hello Detroit Architectural contributers:
The following category Category:Buildings with sculpture by Corrado Parducci is up for deletion. (I don't know how to make a link to it, but go to your favorite 1920s or 1930s Detroit Building and it is probably there ) You can vote for or against this action. Please consider doing this here. It is number 1:34. Thanks Carptrash 03:42, 28 February 2007 (UTC) PS Parducci has several works in AA notably the Rackham Graduate Schoo,l the Ann Arbor News building and a couple of churches.
I've marked it for deletion with reason "author requested deletion". Someone will be along to take care of it shortly I'm sure. Shenme 05:09, 15 March 2007 (UTC)
Excellent edits to James. Caught that "sixteenth", a daft error which crept under the radar. Although "averse to marrying a heretic" was taken from a book, it clearly failed to make clear that the sentence had a point of view. qp10qp
Funny hat in Polish
- Excellent! It will be added. Funnyhat 16:54, 4 August 2007 (UTC)
I miss A2
Thanks for your excellent edits at this article. Griot 16:47, 13 August 2007 (UTC)
You made once some copyedit of the Belgium page. Thank you very much for that. One of your edits suppressed some very sensitive non NPOV statement. This statement reappeared again and the editot who is responsible for that (User:SomeHuman) is sitting on this statement as a watchdog on a bone. Could you please have a glance at the Belgium talk page and give your opinion about it. Thanks a lot. User:Vb 08:05, 26 August 2007 (UTC)
Names of the colonial wars
On all the pages, I added that the Royal name is only used in the US, and that in Can, UK, Fra, we just use the name of the European war that goes with it. Kevlar67 06:11, 30 August 2007 (UTC)
Please take a look at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Tourism in metropolitan Detroit, you may want to have some input. Thanks Thomas Paine1776 21:58, 17 September 2007 (UTC)
Looking for Wikipedians for a User Study
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Regarding your edit at France, I was wondering why an alphabetical listing of countries bordering France is superior to a clockwise listing, starting from Belgium in the north. The alphabetic listing actually removes useful information that is conveyed by the geographical ordering.
Your change regarding the period of French dominance ("since the latter half of the 17th century") was less questionable, given that no justification was actually given for referring to that specific century. Nevertheless, pinpointing the point at which France became a predominant power is interesting and useful information, whereas "for centuries" is vague to the point of meaninglessness.
John Beilein GA
Thanks for the Cape Verde observations
Your observations were right on the money and thank you for your contributions. Feel free to direct you skills our Wikiprojects way anytime soon! Many thanks again. Wiki User 68 (talk) 00:10, 5 July 2009 (UTC)
Origin "House of Pain" Name
Greetings Funnyhat! I noticed that you made mention of the University of Michigan on your userpage. If you are a current undergraduate or graduate student there, I would like to welcome you, on behalf of the , to a group meeting on Wednesday October 20, 2010. The meeting will be held at 7:00 PM (EST) in the University of Michigan Chemistry Building, room 1201. New and experienced editors alike are most welcome to come and partake in the collaboration and outreach of Wikipedia in a real-life setting. Questions? Leave me a message here or at my talk page on Wikimedia Outreach, and feel free to email the group at email@example.com. The Wikipedians of the University of Michigan are excited to see you there! Arbitrarily0 (talk) 21:46, 7 October 2010 (UTC)
I've changed a couple of your edits to this page-- the location in Paris where Marat is interred is, in fact, the Panthéon (with an accent). I also do feel that it would be more correct to speak in terms of the end of the Terror, as the Reign of Terror is more typically referred to in brief by this name. I don't think I've ever seen it abbreviated to "the Reign;" however, if you have a compelling reason for preferring this, I'm more than happy to consider it. Thanks! -- Zhuravlei (talk) 16:39, 16 January 2011 (UTC)
Can you help out?
I see you're a Wolverine and still an active editor. Wikipedia:WikiProject_Resource_Exchange/Resource_Request#Pauly-Wissowa: RE, Vol. VII A 2 needs someone with access to the library there to do a lookup. It'd be good to get this one off the books.LeadSongDog come howl! 16:57, 29 June 2011 (UTC)
Hi funnyhat, I need your help
I noticed you were on of the users who brought the issue of the name of the Island Hispaniola in the discussion thread. So I'm trying to get a mediation Request becuase there is one user who just won't liste to other people's opinions. it's like only his counts. SO I HAVE INCLUDED YOU IN THE FILLING PARTY. I hope that's ok. if you could please help me out there.
Here's the page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Requests_for_mediation/Hispaniola Commnet added by Marcopolololo (talk) Thanks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Marcopolololo (talk • contribs) 22:59, 29 November 2011 (UTC)
Formal mediation has been requested
- Hi Funnyhat. Do you want to participate in the mediation? We are awaiting your response to the proposal, above, to open mediation proceedings for the dispute concerning Hispaniola. We would appreciate your response on the case page, at Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/Hispaniola#Parties' agreement to mediation. Regards, AGK [•] 10:35, 8 December 2011 (UTC)
Request for mediation rejected
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Greetings Funnyhat! I noticed that you made mention of the University of Michigan or Ann Arbor on your userpage. If you are a current student, faculty, or other affiliate at the University of Michigan, I would like to welcome you, on behalf of the Michigan Wikipedians, to our next weekly meeting on Monday September 30 (and every Monday thereafter). The meetings are held at 8:00 PM (EDT) in the University of Michigan Shapiro Library, room 4041. New and experienced editors alike are most welcome. Do not hesitate to leave me a message if you have any questions, and feel free to stop by the MWiki talk page. The Michigan Wikipedians are excited to meet you! Arbitrarily0 (talk) 00:38, 24 September 2013 (UTC)