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The Marquess of Queensberry
Thanks for your attention to the Oscar Wilde article. Unfortunately, the correct spelling is "Queensberry"--I checked it in numerous sources at the time. Here is His Lordship's calling card: https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/File:Somdomite.jpg
P.s. I am very much not an American.
Best, --Ktlynch (talk) 14:21, 2 November 2012 (UTC)
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Thanks for the message and kind remarks. I came across the theatre when I was expanding the article on Jack Fitchett. Another Plymouth resident, Argyle 4 Life mentioned the state the theatre is in, which inspired me to read up further and then to create the article. I hope the article can help in some way to persuading the owners and local authority to get together to work out a future for the theatre before it gets any worse. I live in Sussex myself and have only ever been to Plymouth once, so it's unlikely our paths will cross in the real world. Best wishes. -- Daemonic Kangaroo (talk) 13:58, 14 May 2013 (UTC)
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Tnx fr yr comments regarding the Black and Tans edits. Here are some clarifications: (i) I think I agree with you that "the then" is indeed a bit more concise and, if anything, my use of the term 'stupid' referred to its removal, rather than its inclusion. The goal of my edit was to try and avoid the issue entirely by rewording. I'm not sure that concision can always the key goal in WP. Apologies if it offended. (ii) With regard to the use of 'pulls no punches', that's entirely between you and the other editors - I don't have any opinion and am not involved in these edits. (iii) To be clear, I am Irish, although admittedly I spend part of my time in Silicon Valley, which may account for your inaccurate use of expressions like 'you Americans' and the reference to Bill O'Reillly. Tnx! jxm (talk) 06:30, 9 February 2014 (UTC)