User talk:Imveracious

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Silicone Valley

You commented at Wikipedia:Redirects for discussion/Log/2013 December 25#Silcone Valley. That discussion was closed with consensus to retarget the Silicone Valley redirect to Silicon Valley. Your opinion would now be welcome about whether Silcon Valley should have a hatnote pointing to San Fernando Valley#Adult ednterainment, the former target of the redirect and only other notable meaning of the term. Please comment at Talk:Silicon Valley#Hatnote, thanks. Thryduulf (talk) 23:53, 11 January 2014 (UTC)

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January 2014

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  • Pacoima Dam withstood, but was damaged by the very strong, >1 g, ground shaking which occurred during both the 1971 and 1994 earthquakes. The United States
  • The United States Geological Survey (USGS) and Southern California Earthquake Center (SCEC), 1994). Because of concerns about the stability of this dam, especially its response to potential future

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  • * [[San Fernando High School|San Fernando Senior High School]], 11133 O'Melveny Avenue (in Pacoima, in proximity to the [[San Fernando, California|City of San Fernando]]{{dubious}} <ref

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  • Hi there. I'm not sure why you removed this school from the Pacoima article. Thanks. Magnolia677 (talk) 20:52, 29 April 2014 (UTC)
I believe I wrote about that on the Talk page but I will here as well. Although part of the LAUSD and serves a portion of, it is not located in Pacoima. As per the school's site, as others, the address shown is- 11133 O'Melveny Ave, San Fernando, CA 91340 Thanks Imveracious (talk) 14:02, 30 April 2014 (UTC)
Thanks! Magnolia677 (talk) 14:24, 30 April 2014 (UTC)
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  • This construction is adopted for valves for high pressure service, typically in excess of 2250 psi (15 ([[Megapascal|MPa]]). The unique feature about the pressure seal bonnet is that the body -

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I took the quick and easy way to undo the other editor's edits, and I'm sorry that that happened with you in the middle. Just a quick apology, Dawnseeker2000 19:04, 28 September 2014 (UTC)

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1971 San Fernando earthquake

Hi, please do not make changes to an article that make it disagree with itself. It's not good for the readers. The source(s) on the duration are in agreement and should be left alone. Thank you, Dawnseeker2000 19:56, 11 October 2014 (UTC)

Do you mind backing off that article altogether? I'm working on constructing a good article, and your repeated mistakes across the various articles that I've seen you touch are not making me confident on your style. Please respect this request. We have battled once and I really don't have the energy to do this again. I understand that this is going to come off as rude, but seriously, it's one mistake (or incorrect reason to make a change) after another with you. Sorry, I'm a perfectionist. Let me get the article to good article status. Please. Dawnseeker2000 20:01, 11 October 2014 (UTC)

I do not want to "battle" either but are you aware of what a wiki is? No editor owns the article, see- WP:OWN yet this is very much what you are doing, or trying to. With the changes I made the article did not disagree with itself, please tell me where it did, and my changes were referenced. My repeated "mistakes"-- Accuracy is a "mistake"? If you are such a perfectionist, why then are you using references which contradict themselves? Stover, C. W.; Coffman, J. L. (1993), Seismicity of the United States, 1568-1989 (Revised) has it listed as 60 seconds. Are they wrong? The USGS has it the same, are they incorrect as well? Also, I do believe MOS for distance with the metric equivalent that you are using is incorrect. This is a US en Wiki and as such the US standard should appear first. I also see that in this aspect you are using both and yet you are a perfectionist, interesting. ---You say "..cross the various articles that I've seen you touch.." I take it that you follow my activities closely? A word to the wise, don't go there, it will bring you nothing but trouble! Quit following my work and changing it as you see fit. So which way do you want to have things, correct or as YOU want and pick parts to include because they meet your standards? I will wait so that you may respond before any further changes or reverts may be made. Imveracious (talk) 21:48, 11 October 2014 (UTC)


Hi, I've responded over there. There's probably a lot more to say, but let's just start with that :) Dawnseeker2000 22:26, 11 October 2014 (UTC)
Yeah, I didn't look closely at your conversion changes, but that's fine if you're just going to change the metric units. That was a large addition that I posed last year, and I just didn't get into any of that. Dawnseeker2000 22:37, 11 October 2014 (UTC)
What? This response makes no sense-- Imveracious (talk) 00:04, 12 October 2014 (UTC)

Imveracious, we are not communicating well, and I'm sorry. I don't know what to do about that. A phone call would probably work better than all this typing. What I said was that at the time of the expansion I did last year (and since then) I haven't put any effort toward what you did with the conversions. I had only written what was said in the sources. In other words, I didn't modify the text to align with the Manual of Style for units. Dawnseeker2000 00:10, 12 October 2014 (UTC)

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October 2014

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December 2014