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Category edit to Allium tricoccum
Hi, I'm not sure what you were trying to achieve with your edits at Allium tricoccum. If it was to get "Ramp" listed at Category:Allium, the way to do it is to categorize the redirect, as I've now done. Maybe this isn't what you intended? Peter coxhead (talk) 21:54, 23 March 2013 (UTC)
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I see you have reverted my edit on the Ted Bundy article. The reason for my deletion, as part of the serial killers task force, was that there are far two many cat's for this article. I will consult further before making a final decision. I have to say that your edits would carry far more weight if you were a registered user and contributed in a constructive manner. Thank you, David J Johnson (talk) 14:06, 17 July 2013 (UTC)
Could I repectfully ask that if you leave a "contribution" on my Talk page: that you sign your comments, that you check to make sure it makes some sense and is not full of typos. From the comments on this page, it does seem that you have little understanding of how to edit the encyclopedia. Experienced editors are here to help.
On the question of your edit to the Ted Bundy article; I have, as promised, consulted with other members of the community - who look after this page. They all agree that your edit was unnecessary, as there are far too many categories posted there, but we are happy to leave your edit as it stands. Case closed. Regards, David J Johnson (talk) 08:50, 24 July 2013 (UTC)
- The possessive of Davis is pronounced "Davises" (i.e., the plural is sounded); thus the 's is included. If the plural were not sounded, then Davis' would be correct; but in fact it is sounded and thus Davis' is patently incorrect.
I wanted to point out that the Manual of Style clearly states that either way is accepted, so it's not true that the use of "Davis'" instead of "Davis's" is "patently incorrect". The former was consistently used throughout the article, so there was no need to change it. Omnedon (talk) 17:34, 21 October 2013 (UTC)
Hey, just wanted to give you a heads up that the word prepackaged is a completely legitimate word, meaning "to pack or wrap (goods, especially food) on the site of production or before sale" and is not, as you seem to frequently put in edits, made up or incorrect. Thanks!--Yaksar (let's chat) 18:20, 30 July 2014 (UTC)
Recent edit to Richard Deacon (actor)
Hello, and thank you for your recent contribution. While the content of your edit may be true, I have removed it because its depth or nature of detail are not consistent with our objectives as an encyclopedia. I recognize that your edit was made in good faith and hope you will familiarize yourself with what Wikipedia is not so we may collaborate in the future. Thank you! Technopat (talk) 22:24, 3 October 2014 (UTC)
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