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Hi RJV. Just a Q about your edit to Power Mac G4... are you saying there is no such thing as a Power Macintosh G4 or just that that isn't what the new ones are called anymore? Don't want to let this become some silly dispute. Cheers --Duozmo 17:22, 18 March 2007 (UTC)
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Years needed in dates when period will span 2 years
You deleted the year "2007" in many entries which will be needed in 2008 in the Ron Paul article to avoid confusion. You shouldn't make the poor reader have to scan up and down the very tall column trying to determine the year. I shall put them back. Please discuss with me before reverting. I agree with your other improvements on the dates, which are helpful. Thanks! Korky Day 08:07, 3 September 2007 (UTC)
- I see you removed year at the top, as the original contributor was apparently intending to do an outline. I agree, what you did is better. —RVJ 03:15, 5 September 2007 (UTC)
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About Casimir Pulaski
I have a photo I took of Pulaksi's statue that I'd like to add to the article but I can't figure out how. If you would contact me at kashayes, yahoo I'd be happy to pass it to you if you can post it. Thanks. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 20:31, 27 January 2010 (UTC)Kas18.104.22.168 (talk) 20:31, 27 January 2010 (UTC)
If you look at the Google Talk page at http://www.google.com/talk/ (this URL appears at least twice in the Google Talk article) you will see that it now features two products: the PC-only Google Talk, and the multi-platform voice-and-video-capable Google Voice, which Google seems to be pushing as the future (with many new services such as PC to phone, conference calls, etc)—even just for chat messaging (http://googlevoiceblog.blogspot.com/). Removing all references to Google Voice from the Google Talk article seems to orphan the Google Talk article. LittleBen (talk) 01:03, 27 February 2011 (UTC)
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Please stop doing this
Re: this edit Adding rems is not useful and may be confusing. I just went through and removed all rems from the article and detailed my reasoning in the talk page - please respond there if you have concerns but stop adding rem conversion to the article. In addition I recently assigned those references names to avoid duplication, and you undid this, which is not helpful. Thanks.--Pontificalibus (talk) 13:03, 16 March 2011 (UTC)
- I said please stop adding rem conversions, why do you keep doing this?--Pontificalibus (talk) 13:18, 16 March 2011 (UTC)
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The confusing thing is that there have been at least two "Constitution Party of Wisconsin" entities that I know of. Wickstrom was affiliated with the version which was active from 1980-1984, and was an affiliate of the American Independent Party; indeed, he was a Wisconsin member of the AIP's National Committee. That WCP seems to have faded into the shrubbery after the arrest, conviction and jailing of Wickstrom, who had declared himself chief judge and municipal clerk of the “Constitution Township of Tigerton Dells”, a Posse enclave on the banks of the Embarrass River. The current Constitution Party of Wisconsin was founded in 1991 as a unit of the U.S. Taxpayers Party, and changed its name when the national party did so. While I personally see considerable continuity between the rhetoric and supporters of the two entities, there is (to the best of my knowledge) no legal connection at all. --Orange Mike | Talk 21:25, 12 December 2011 (UTC)
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Tuques and beanies
Hi, there! Quite a while back, you posted comments at Talk:Tuque about the appropriate terminology to describe that garment. I've just added a follow-up comment there in relation to a larger discussion at Talk:Beanie (North America) disambiguating different uses of the word beanie in different regions and how to title the relevant articles for the sake of clarity. Your thoughts on the ideas being kicked around would be most welcome! —sroc (talk) 16:40, 19 March 2013 (UTC)
Folks, I'm anglicizing the article. Not a single source cited uses "pączki," nor does a single English-language dictionary enter this word. Naturally. There are no ogonki in English.
- I am not convinced. I've reverted this undiscussed move per WP:RM. This is a potentially controversial move; please start a proper RM discussion and see if there's a consensus to support such a move. In the past many similar moves were rejected, as the lack of usage for and diacritics like a is simply a byproduct of laziness and people not having the correct key/program on their keyboards. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 08:23, 31 March 2014 (UTC)