- 1 Classic Rock
- 2 Hallo, Ich.
- 3 Userboxes
- 4 Um, yeah
- 5 Awesome hair
- 6 Image:Billydeesign.jpg
- 7 Rammstein Template is ready!
- 8 Disputed fair use rationale for Image:Wizo-fuernarsch.jpg
- 9 Well, well, well
- 10 Hello
- 11 WOW
- 12 Super Iro!
- 13 Ah, a breath ...
- 14 Disambiguation link notification for September 25
- 15 Your wheat beer picture of the filtered / unfiltered beers
- 16 Name changing
- 17 August 2013
- 18 DYK for Ermutigung
- 19 Precious
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- 21 March 2014
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Hello. I was wondering if you would like to participate in my classic rock survey. I'm trying to find the most like classic rock song. There is more information on my user page. Hope you participate! RENTASTRAWBERRY FOR LET? röck 02:13, 13 December 2005 (UTC)
Wie geht's Dir? Ich habe auch in D studiert (Stuttgart und Duesseldorf), wo bist Du denn? Gilliamjf 02:22, 13 December 2005 (UTC)
Adding some to my own user page I came across this
Nice mohawk pic by the way. I thought you'd appreciate knowing. ;) --ImmortalGoddezz 03:22, 23 January 2006 (UTC)
- You need some ice for that burn? Scheisskopf. -Damien Vryce 16:17, 2 March 2006 (UTC)
....Elvis impersonater. -Killer Queen09
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Danke schön bruder
Teşekkürler, iyi çalışmalar. XD kızılsungur 18:58, 16 September 2007 (UTC)
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Well, well, well
Muss ja sagen, dass ich nie gedacht hätte, dass es sowelche wie dich gibt ;9 Bin selbst Deutscher, recht kritisch dazu. Find's aber sehr cool, dass das du ein Logo der RAF hier hast ;) Du kannst dich ja mal gerne melden: Takeruemail@example.com Ich komme übrigens aus Detmold, einer Stadt, direkt neben Bielefeld, der gewissen Stadt, die ja angeblich nicht existiert ;) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 01:58, 10 October 2008 (UTC)
Ah, a breath ...
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Your wheat beer picture of the filtered / unfiltered beers
There's a book about beer called "Froth." Written by a guy named Mark Denny. Published in 2009. He uses your public domain picture of the two beers in his book. Happened to randomly stumble upon your page tonight after just having read the book last night. It's published by Johns Hopkins University Press. Unfortunate that a leading university puts out such a horribly inaccurate book on brewing, but I guess we all can't be perfect. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 05:07, 24 October 2012 (UTC)
Hi. Dropping by because I suspect your name change re al-Awlaki didn't take into account, from what I can tell, that the more commonly used version of his name is with a k rather than a q. Am I correct? Thanks.--Epeefleche (talk) 08:24, 24 February 2013 (UTC)
- Hi, the justification for the name change was since that he was born in the United States and issued a birth certificate by the state of New Mexico, that is his legal name. The change was carried out in accordance with the discussion I found on the talk page at Talk:Anwar_al-Aulaqi#Spelling_of_Name. Actually, now that I look that up, I see someone has responded since the last time I viewed the talk page.
- Yes, the Arabic version of his name can be accurately transliterated into English as Awlaki but he was not born with an Arabic name. I'm not sold on the idea of changing away from his birth name because his legal name was clearly spelled out in the Roman alphabet at his birth. The transliteration rules listed in Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/Arabic don't exactly apply, as his name isn't being transliterated, here; he was born and his name was spelled Aulaqi. For what it's worth, the spelling of Abdulrahman al-Aulaqi is consistent with Abdulrahman's birth certificate, which means that as recently as 1995, his father used that spelling for something.
- Anwar's father, Nasser al-Aulaqi apparently used the spelling Aulaqi when filing "Al-Aulaqi v. Panetta". I am uncertain where the line is when changing the spelling of someone's name, especially when they had a birth certificate and presumably passport with an oficial spelling, but I'm not convinced that threshold has been crossed. -Ich (talk) 10:14, 24 February 2013 (UTC)
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DYK for Ermutigung
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It's now featured om Portal:Germany and linked to a few more pages because it's exactly what some - including me - needed ;) Danke auch fuers Fischbroetchen, lecker. (Spanische Tastatur ...) --Gerda Arendt (talk) 09:08, 4 November 2013 (UTC)
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