User talk:Parsssseltongue

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Hey d00d[edit]

Contact Benjamin Leatherman at the New Times, he'd like to talk to you about your Wikipedia efforts.

later[edit]

Amigo, its been a wild ride. You've done some good work here and saved a few. If it has stopped being fun though, then maybe you can think of better ways to pass the time. Good luck. Leave me a note if you return. -MrFizyx 00:06, 27 October 2006 (UTC)

Blanking articles in AfD[edit]

Please do not blank articles listed for deletion as you did with Andrew Jackson Jihad. It's important to let the AfD discussion complete without overreacting. Thanks. ···日本穣? · Talk to Nihonjoe 00:12, 27 October 2006 (UTC)

thanks[edit]

Hey man, thanks for your contributions to wikipedia reguarding independent and underground music. I found your tireless efforts to create and keep articles on wikipedia inspiring, and I hope more can take your example and do the same, anyways, you've gave me the motivation to create more articles that need to be made. Thanks RiseRobotRise 08:46, 29 October 2006 (UTC)

Al Gore III[edit]

Your keep closure was endorsed by deletion review because the 4th nomination was very recent. You are a non-admin with a conflict of interest, however, so your accusation of bad faith was stricken by Xoloz —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 192.94.22.2 (talkcontribs) .

You had voted "Keep" in the second AfD -- to close as "speedy keep" afterwards two further nominations did represent a conflict of interest. I derived the knowledge of this conflict of interest from my examination of all the prior AfDs, part of the record when a examine a DRV request.
I did not see in the record any evidence substantially suggesting a bad-faith nomination, so that comment of yours was unwarranted in the closing. Absent evidence, WP:AGF requires that we assume any editor wrongly initiating an AfD does so out of ignorance, not bad-faith.
Sorry to see that you're inactive, as Wikipedia needs every editor. Best wishes, Xoloz 18:14, 31 October 2006 (UTC)

Image:Ryanavery.jpg[edit]

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Regarding P-P-P-Powerbook[edit]

Since you were the original user who closed P-P-P-Powerbook's fourth AfD as no consensus (before it was singlehandedly re-closed as delete by another user), I thought you should know that I am requesting review of this deletion here. You are encouraged to contribute to the discussion. --Czj 08:21, 23 November 2006 (UTC)

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Orphaned fair use image (Image:Andrewjacksonjihad.jpg)[edit]

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Volapük[edit]

Hi Parss...seltongue (:^)). I found your name on the Association of Inclusionist Wikipedians on Meta, and thought that you might care about the issue discussed on the page: m:Proposals for closing projects/Radical cleanup of Volapük Wikipedia enough to help us fight it with a vote. Thanks! Smeira 11:20, 3 jan 2008.


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