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August 2013[edit]

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Inappropriate language (redux)[edit]

Hello HangingCurve. I've reverted your edit to Bulgarian parliamentary election, 1931 for several reasons. The most pressing was the fact that there was another multi-party election of sorts in 1939, but I'm also concerned about the unencyclopedic phrasing you used. "As it turned out" is really not suitable language for Wikipedia. I raised this issue with you in June, and also reverted an edit of yours to a German election article for using equally inappropriate language. There is really no call for adding these little phrases to the stuff you're adding. Thanks, Number 57 22:57, 22 August 2013 (UTC)

Thanks for changing the wording of your statement. Re the change and your addition to the 1990 Albanian election article, do you have a source for either of those statements? The Bulgarian one is probably correct, but I've no idea about Albania. Cheers, Number 57 11:23, 23 August 2013 (UTC)

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September 2013[edit]

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Sal Vitale[edit]

I don't know how much you've read from Tony DeStefano's King of the Godfathers, but in its current state Salvatore Vitale borderline plagiarizes a lot of it (not full paragraphs, but some sentences.) If you're interested, it needs a major cleanup and I don't know when I can get to all of it. --Lenin and McCarthy | (Complain here) 20:18, 4 September 2013 (UTC)

Unsourced commentary[edit]

Please can you refrain from adding unsourced commentary to articles. One thing that is even more concerning is that here you completely change the content of a referenced sentence, but leave it referenced to that source, even though it does not say anything like what you have changed the sentence to. Number 57 08:38, 5 September 2013 (UTC)

Re "1947 Romania coup d'etat"[edit]

I have redirected the article to the better sourced section of the article on Michael I. Wikipedia is not here to create knowledge, just to report what reputable scholars think... and the only Romanian coup d'etat widely recognized as such by scholars is the one that happened on August 23, 1944. What you (or I) may think about the subject is irrelevant, as long as you do not have your views published in a peer-reviewed journal (or in a book put out by a reputable publisher). The "article" also had many other problems, from generic judgements that distorted the material they were supposedly source to, up to presentation of primary sources (Michael's uncorroborated recollection of the events) as facts. Anonimu (talk) 23:38, 8 September 2013 (UTC)

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Referencing[edit]

Despite me asking you not to above, you have again attributed new material to an existing reference in an article that does not include the information. In this edit you attribute the claim that the Civic Forum received the highest % in a free election to the Nohlen reference, which does not support the claim. I'm afraid next time I see this happening, I will have to raise it as a WP:COMPETENCE issue. Thanks, Number 57 11:56, 15 September 2013 (UTC)

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Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma[edit]

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Revolutions of 1989 online Wikipedia challenge[edit]

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Please add ref[edit]

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WDIY[edit]

Hi, HangingCurve. I noticed your edits to the WDIY article and have some quibbles. Normally, I'd try to straighten out such things on my own, but I have a WP:COI since I'm affiliated with the station as a volunteer. My primary concerns are accuracy and sources.

"WDIY's sign-on made the Lehigh Valley one of the last areas of the Northeast with its own NPR station." I'm certain WDIY was late to the NPR family, but a source is needed to confirm this. Also, some re-wording is needed. The LV was one of the last areas to acquire an NPR station, but as stated, it sounds like few areas still "have" one.

"Previously, the only source of NPR news/talk programming had been a translator of WVIA-FM in Scranton." While its signal isn't strong, WHYY reaches most parts of the Lehigh Valley fairly well. By contrast, WVIA has two translators with coverage localized to Allentown (99.3) and Bethlehem (105.7). In any case, far more LV listeners tune to WHYY than WVIA. Also note that WHYY carries NPR news/talk and WVIA, NPR news/classical (no talk other than Fresh Air).

"WDIY's main frequency at 88.1 FM broadcasts at 100 watts, making it one of the weakest full NPR members." I couldn't find a source supporting the last part of the sentence. Obviously, 100 watts is on the low end of the spectrum, but the comparison and characterization ("weakest") require a source.

"Its coverage area is effectively limited to Allentown and Bethlehem." This leaves out the suburbs north and south of the two cities, more than half of the station's potential audience. No source could possibly state otherwise, though you'll find some indicating WDIY reaches the Blue Mountain about 20 miles to the north and Quakertown 20 miles to the south.

"This is due to the crowded state of the noncommercial end of the FM dial in the northeastern United States, and specifically the need to protect WNJS-FM in Berlin, New Jersey. To solve this problem, WDIY maintains two translator frequencies: 93.7 in Trexlertown and Fogelsville and 93.9 in Easton and Phillipsburg (New Jersey)." WNJS, which is 80 miles to the southeast, was not a significant factor in limiting WDIY to 100 watts, nor was "overcrowding" per se. A source would help clarify this.

Sorry for being a stickler, but I think this goes with the territory. I'd appreciate a reply. Thanks. Allreet (talk) 23:43, 30 December 2013 (UTC)

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I'll let another admin be the judge of that. I just asked the usual question, and that should be the limit of my involvement since I'm really not familiar with the case. Daniel Case (talk) 04:03, 2 January 2014 (UTC)

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Appreciate your adds on the CFL USA page. The only one I'm really wondering about is that Speros "knew" he couldn't compete with the NFL...one of the SI articles notes that he'd continue on if he'd get a small grant from the state, and I don't think he really intended to "compete." Also thinking about pushing for a name change. Your thoughts? Knoper (talk) 23:04, 8 January 2014 (UTC)

Haha, two weeks later, a source is found (Chapter 13) http://cnsmaryland.org/interactives/baltimore-stallions-oral-history/ Knoper (talk) 23:50, 23 January 2014 (UTC)

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Just a note, Canadian winters are bad, but they're not "unbearable." We survive just fine. Knoper (talk) 19:42, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

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