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Lord Boston[edit]

Your reversion of me wasn't a reversion of mistaken good faith edit: it was no mistake. At the time I reverted you, there was no source provided in those articles, your edit summaries, or Boston's article, and no web articles mentioned the death (which is still true. Nor was he listed at dead at Parliament's website (that at least has changed). Even now, the article only has a reference to page 55 today's Times without a title of any kind, and again, it and the mention of his death only appeared after you were reverted. Your edit summary mentions the Daily Telegraph as a source, but it is not included anywhere on Wikipedia. Next time you decide to declare someone dead, be sure to provide a source somewhere, preferably at the subject's article. There have been embarrassing false death edits at Wikipedia, and it is our duty as editors to ensure that any claim that a person has died is backed up by reliable sources to avoid additional embarrassment for us and more importantly spare undue stress on people who know the subject and receive false information from us, directly or indirectly. -Rrius (talk) 17:36, 27 July 2011 (UTC)

Dashes for date ranges[edit]

I'm not sure whether you are the same person as the IP editor who has noted deaths of Privy Counsellors at List of Privy Counsellors (1952–present); if you aren't, please disregard this. When making a date range such as 1966—2011, please use a dash, not a hyphen, to join the dates. If you use a Mac, the code is Option-hyphen; on a PC, it is Alt-0150 (on a laptop, you may also need to press Fn). In Wikipedia, you can also make an en dash by clicking the first dash after "Insert" below the Save button when editing a page. In a page such as the one I mentioned, you can also copy an existing dash from elsewhere. Finally, you can type & ndash; (without the space after the "&") between the numbers. -Rrius (talk) 16:49, 2 August 2011 (UTC)

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Honours list[edit]

When adding birthday honours to articles, can you please also add the source where you obtained the information? See Wikipedia:Citing sources for further information. -- Dr Greg  talk  14:24, 16 June 2012 (UTC)

Your Deaths in July 2012 edit for José Luis Uribarri[edit]

Your recent edits were reverted. Sorry, but articles like these are about the Deaths of individuals, not the individuals themselves. Furthermore, IMDb is NOT a reliable Wikipedia source. Thanks. — WylieCoyote (talk) 21:27, 9 August 2012 (UTC)

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Robin Williams (canoer)[edit]

Hi Rcb1,

are you sure you have assigned the MBE title to the correct Robin Williams? In the document you provided as source material it says Robin Williams is a rowing coach. The Robin Williams you edited is a former slalom canoeist. Those are two very different sports and I am not sure these two are one and the same person.

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Clerical styles[edit]

Hello, I am removing all your additions of clerical styles before the subject's name in the first sentence of articles. It is contrary to the Manual of Style to include most styles or titles at here except in specific circumstances which don't apply in these cases. Thanks, Anglicanus (talk) 08:33, 10 January 2013 (UTC)

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Categorisation[edit]

Thank you for your recent work for Wikipedia. I see that you have added 'Actors from Surrey' to many articles. A lot of these are already cat'd by the towns they are from. As this page explains "each categorized page should be placed in all of the most specific categories to which it logically belongs. This means that if a page belongs to a subcategory of C (or a subcategory of a subcategory of C, and so on) then it is not normally placed directly into C". That is to say, if Plath is put in the cat of 'American women poets', she should not also go in 'poets', 'American poets', or 'American writers', which are parent categories. The idea is that if you are looking via category, you go to the parent category first, say, 'Poets', then you see there 'poets by Nationality'. You can then see 'American poets' and finally 'American women poets'. It's a 'tree based' approach. It would be helpful if you went back and checked which actors' articles were already cat'd by town and removed Surrey cat (to save the work of some sap like me). Best wishes Span (talk) 17:21, 13 March 2013 (UTC)

March 2013[edit]

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Cease and Desist[edit]

This is your final warning. Failure to stop vandalism on Deaths in August 2013 will result in you being blocked from editing Wikipedia. Rusted AutoParts 22:20, 27 September 2013 (UTC)

I recently relocated to the country and haven't remembered to update my user page in that respect. Besides, its a joke column, as it shows with the (on Google Maps ;)) bit.I don't view it as my job, I have OCD and get agitated when my routine gets intervened with. I concede when I'm wrong, but here, it's a pattern, it's what I do and have for two years. And citing your revert as vandalism is wrong, I agree. I was just angered. Another editor, Vandelack or something back in 2011 would revert me each and every time. It was aggravating and made me in reality unbearable to be around because my routine was being screwed around with. Rusted AutoParts 00:39, 28 September 2013 (UTC)

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