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Upload Socom 4 image please[edit]

—Preceding unsigned comment added by 72.49.182.192 (talkcontribs) 16:03, 20 January 2007

Do you mean this one? Am guessing so based on [ http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Kosebamse&diff=prev&oldid=102030201this] edit. I looked at the link yet I see nothing. Is an empty page.

Your hypothetical question[edit]

Spam links in David Deangelo articles[edit]

They are most certainly spam links. Most of the links I deleted didn't have reference to David that would be beneficial to readers. (Having a site for dating doesn't make it relevant to a wikipedia article). Most didn't even have a pagerank yet, hardly authoritative or relevant to the article. I'm still open to others, but these are clearly seeking clickthroughs.

attraction-chronicles.net[edit]

Its no longer operational, redirects to seduction-chronicles.net. It's one of main websites for the seduction community. Was formerly attraction-chronicles.blogspot.com

Same thing, the site is the same. Attraction-chronicles redirects now to seduction-chronicles.net

nn-warn re Vulcan (programing language)[edit]

Mall articles[edit]

Hi - I would like to save the AfD mall articles from deletion, but for personal reason, I would not like to edit them, or be connected too much. I have done some research to allow you to add notability and references to them, or anyone else who would want to work on them:

Downtown:

[1] - provides 2005 retail sales figure at very bottom.

[2] - minor note, not really adding to notability, talking about the huge billboards around it.

[3] - actually, if you have the time, extend the signage discussion, as discussed in this article - even if the Wikipedia article calls it a bland building covered with garish signs - thats info, and adds to the article's quality. Also has some minor details about the centre referenced.

St Lukes:

[4] loads of minor and major info about St Lukes AND Downtown. Gives info on the time of name rebranding of Westfield Downtown. Has LOADS of info on St Lukes expansion and data on the mall itself.

Westcity

[5] Stage One of its existence.

[6] Info on the The Warehouse move into it.

[7] first NZ Village Skycity cinema (link to the Village Skycity article in Wikipedia too, please), same article also has info on the cinema in St Lukes.

[8] Mall turnover

[9] Some more info about its value.

[10] Already historical article, info on its previous ownership.


PS: When you add the reference summaries of the bdcentral articles, maybe use the info here to show the credibility of the source. The site may also be useful with its search function for the other malls.

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Proposed deletion of David Seymour (politician)[edit]

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Nomination of David Seymour (politician) for deletion[edit]

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Don't take it personal. It happens at every election that political candidates get put up for AfD. I suggest that Wikipedia:WikiProject New Zealand/politics/New MPs is the place for focussing our energies. Schwede66 23:52, 2 March 2014 (UTC)
No problem. Though I see you've an interest in NZ Politics, so it is surprising that anybody who knows NZ politics thinks this fails notability. There is already a heap of coverage of him which is not surprising at all, as he is the #1 candidate for a seat which is once again a key battleground electorate during the election this year. Mathmo Talk 00:18, 3 March 2014 (UTC)

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