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Re: Awaiting a verdict on the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment article[edit]

Actually, it means that I'm the project's most glorified paper-pusher; but we'll just ignore that point. ;-)

I have no problems with moving it to the official name of the unit; you may want to insert a footnote into the article after the name to indicate that it is, in fact, the correct order, so that future editors don't feel compelled to fix it. Personally, I think we should expand out the abbreviation (3rd United States Infantry Regiment), but I'll leave that up to your discretion. In the long term, I think we're going to have to try and come up with some actually usable guideline for how to name these articles, reconciling the use of official names with a sensible placement of "United States" when it's inserted for disambiguation purposes; but that's a rather broader issue. Kirill Lokshin 02:47, 31 October 2006 (UTC)

Congrats on winning the war against inaccuracy! I'd been following the ongoing battle over the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment for months, but it always raised my blood pressure too much and I figured I'd wind up saying something that would get me banned, so I tried to stay away from it. Props to you for sticking with it until a correct consensus was reached. --ScreaminEagle 16:25, 3 November 2006 (UTC)

Well, hopefully this title will prevail... it is Wikipedia, so it's not set in stone. I just wish that people could understand how important this stuff is to those of us who served, you know? Some people get so caught up in standards and formats that they don't want to look at things on a case-by-case basis. And then, these same people don't even bother to read explanations as to why things are this way, no matter how detailed those explanations may be. Thanks for the vote of confidence though, and thanks for your support on the discussion page too. Ryecatcher773 17:36, 3 November 2006 (UTC)

Given new developments, I certainly hope you contribute to the latest argument over this at Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Military_history#The_Old_Guard. --ScreaminEagle 22:33, 10 September 2007 (UTC)

Battle of Fallen Timbers[edit]

I have a question about this article and I was wondering if you had the answer. I've been going through and correcting the redirects/dabs for the 3d US Infantry to reflect the correct name and new correct article title. I came across this article and I'm afraid I don't know enough about that time period to make an accurate decision about the name inside the unit box. I'm assuming that 3d Infantry Regiment is the 3d U.S. Infantry Regiment (if not, then we have to find which regiment they're talking about and redirect it there) since it was in existence back then of course, but I'm not sure if it's appropriate to change the name to reflect the U.S. portion of the name. When did the 3d add the U.S. to its name? Was it during the Civil War or was it there from the beginning? If it didn't change until later, I'm tempted to leave the name in that article as is to reflect the name of the unit at that time. What are your thoughts? --ScreaminEagle 17:37, 7 November 2006 (UTC)

So far as I know, The Old Guard was still the 1st Regiment in 1794... which is to say that it wasn't the 3rd US Infantry yet... or even the 3rd Infantry. I know that the battle was fought in what is now part of Ohio, and that it seems likely that it was a militia regiment from somewhere near or garrisoned in the Northwest Territories would have supplied this particular occurrence of '3rd Regt.'. Sorry I can't be of more help, but I will look further and see if I can come back with a more substantial answer. Ryecatcher773 00:09, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

Ohio State Buckeyes football[edit]

Recently this article received a "peer review script" examination and mention was made of GA and FA status (Talk: Ohio State Buckeyes football). I invite you to help complete the article and with a little luck and hard work maybe someone will take notice and nominate it for FA (I am not into self-nom for reasons your own "statement of purpose" makes clear). Even if that doesn't happen, the quality of the article itself will improve and make it a showcase for Buckeye football. The history from 1975 to the present is lacking, and in particular we need enthusiastic but encyclopedic writers for the Cooper and Tressl eras. Ultimately I think the History of Ohio State Football will become a main article in its own right. My goal is to get the article "completed" (but far from "finished") by January 8. If you can help, please do, and GO BUCKS. --Buckboard 06:57, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

A Christmas Story[edit]

I just want to say, nice job on your edits of the section on A Christmas Story House. Well done! Karen | Talk | contribs 02:30, 23 December 2006 (UTC)

Thanks! Sorry, I've been really bad at getting in here and replying to my messages. I had actually been hoping to keep that section in the main article, but as it went, a separate article ended up being needed. Happy New Year! Ryecatcher773 04:03, 13 January 2007 (UTC)

DYK![edit]

Updated DYK query On 28 December, 2006, Did you know? was updated with a fact from the article A Christmas Story House, which you created or substantially expanded. If you know of another interesting fact from a recently created article, then please suggest it on the "Did you know?" talk page.

Thank you for your contributions! Nishkid64 19:01, 28 December 2006 (UTC)


Flags on Palin[edit]

If you can take that much trouble to construct a response you deserve the flag be kept! I did quote the essay as a guideline, not wikipolicy, but, yes, it is just an essay. Take care. --Steve (Slf67) talk 05:21, 2 February 2007 (UTC)

Thank you, Steve. Ryecatcher773 06:04, 2 February 2007 (UTC)

ICF[edit]

Cheers for the message, no problem! And I fully agree with the reasoning for your initial edit with the article as it was full of weasel words and clear POV. I had tried adding citation tags to no avail, and it did need a big clean up. Have fun! ♦Tangerines BFC ♦·Talk 23:33, 5 July 2007 (UTC)

Angband and disambiguation[edit]

I understand what Stemonitis is getting at with regards to his questioning what should be disambiguated. However, I whole heartedly dispute his claim that the game Angband is more relevant in current usage than the place named in Tolkien's work. Although no one else from the game article camp seems to be weighing in on the debate, it would seem that a poll may be needed to reach an agreement. Yes, I realize that in the scope of things, that this is completely a matter of minutiae, but to those of us who have spent the majority of their life (which is, in my case, about 28 of 35 years) reading, researching and studying Tolkien's work as well as the analysis and criticism thereof, I find the issue quite irritating and borderline offensive. The game in question isn't even a game licensed for sale from what I can tell. It's a low-fi game done by someone with a basic knowledge of how to code, on par with what someone might create for a 100-level college computer programming class final project. I'd be surprised to find that any permission was even asked for (or granted) by Tolkien's estate to use the name Angband for the game. And there is a debate on its importance/relevance on Wikipedia? Not to mention versus one of the greatest writers of the 20th century? Ryecatcher773 18:12, 12 July 2007 (UTC)

In case I wasn't clear, I do agree that Angband should be what's currently at Angband (Middle-earth). Honestly I wouldn't mind the status quo either (using a dab page with both listed). The point of contention is "What are people more likely to be looking for?", and there is no easy answer to that in this case.
Being a Tolkien scholar, would you help expand the article? I have read The Silmarillion but I am sure it appears in the Histories also. It's probably in The Children of Hurin also (which I own but have not read yet!). --Fang Aili talk 19:17, 12 July 2007 (UTC)

Contact[edit]

Hey RC773,

Email me via my userpage, will ya? I have email options enabled. --ScreaminEagle 20:54, 11 September 2007 (UTC)

Request for mediation[edit]

A request for mediation has been filed with the Mediation Committee that lists you as a party. The Mediation Committee requires that all parties listed in a mediation must be notified of the mediation. Please review the request at Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/3rd US Infantry, and indicate whether you agree or disagree to mediation. If you are unfamiliar with mediation on Wikipedia, please refer to Wikipedia:Mediation. Please note there is a seven-day time limit on all parties responding to the request with their agreement or disagreement to mediation. Thanks, Daniel 05:16, 30 September 2007 (UTC)

If you agree to mediation, I only ask that you demand my mandatory joinder as a party, as I see the caller's (1) failure to include me and (2) failure to include my talk page CMH citation showing the 19th century use/approval of 3rd United States Infantry Regiment by the general in command of the Army at the time as forming the basis of any allegation against you of NPOV violation. If you agree to mediation but cannot effect my inclusion, then feel free to look up and use the CMH source I cited on the article talk page. Hotfeba 23:55, 30

September 2007 (UTC)

See the talk page for: Wikipedia:Requests for mediation/3rd US Infantry
Ryecatcher773 06:27, 1 October 2007 (UTC)
UPDATE: I have put the shortest form of my position regarding the first point of mediation (the official name of the unit in question) at the end of my talk page, including related citations of Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history/Style guide#Military units and formations. It's fairly short, it adheres to current MILHIST style, and it does not require changes to that style for agreement. Unless I am mistaken, this in combination with the citations from AR 600-82, AR 220-1, AR 220-5, and The Army of the United States (1896) are persuasive. Hotfeba 06:37, 3 October 2007 (UTC)

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Vote[edit]

You forgot to say if you oppose the page move or not--just a friendly reminder.--ScreaminEagle 00:17, 11 November 2007 (UTC)

Cleveland[edit]

I thought that "Jew" could signify ethnicity or religious affiliation while "Judaism" specifically referred to the religion? Robert K S (talk) 23:28, 21 February 2008 (UTC)

I just added a bit on that to the discussion page on the Cleveland article. Ethnic Jewry has mixed contexts, and is debatable accordingly. In any case, the Jewish community in the Cleveland area is overwhelmingly located in the suburbs, not in the city (the article mentions 'substantial' ethnic populations. Ryecatcher773 (talk) 23:38, 21 February 2008 (UTC)
Well, I can't disagree with that. I've never known any inner-city Jews here. Robert K S (talk) 03:11, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

Thanks for supporting my argument. The irony is, when there was one, the Jewish community in Cleveland (particularly in Glenville) was quite distinguished. Another sign of the times, however: even the Jews in Cleveland Heights particularly along S.Taylor Road, has started to move further out -- Lax & Mandel's, a cornerstone of local Jewish bakeries for years (and of national fame to boot), has relocated a few miles to the northeast, to South Euclid just in the past year. I don't think User:LooDog will care much though -- he's not even a Clevelander from what I can see from his user page.

FYI, you're seeing addresses on the Heights pop up as being in Cleveland due to an old ZIP Code format that included some of the border suburbs as being part of the city for some reason -- South Euclid, where I grew up, is 44121, which shares a splinter of a border with the city and also comes up as Cleveland. Ryecatcher773 (talk) 06:20, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

Chicago Park District[edit]

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Re: Tolkein[edit]

My feelings on the matter are, I would say, identical to your own. I deleted "traditional" because it is, quite simply, repetitive. And, yes, conciseness is, I would agree, a virtue in almost all writing, certainly writing of an encyclopædic nature. I would be more than happy to argue the point with this other editor. Thanks for your message. Cheers! ---RepublicanJacobiteThe'FortyFive' 23:31, 5 March 2008 (UTC)

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WP:CHICAGO survey[edit]


OH FOR THE LOVE[edit]

Should we be holding an annual picnic for this event or something?!

I am glad to see it hasn't moved back yet. Perhaps your implied warning did the trick. --ScreaminEagle (talk) 20:59, 13 April 2009 (UTC)

Yeah a picnic for sure, but if Tiki shows up, I wouldn't eat the potato salad he brings. ;-)
I'm not sure if the current move has gone unnoticed or not.. so I'm taking a wait and see approach. I'm not sure why it's really so hard for people to understand that not everything can be forced into a standard format (or,why it's so hard to read the history documented on the talk page first, before making moves). We'll just have to wait and see I reckon.Ryecatcher773 (talk) 00:19, 14 April 2009 (UTC)
Wait, you're suggesting people should read before doing? I think that's asking just a bit much, don't you?
If Tiki shows up to our picnic I'm going to drive the entire thing, picnic blanket, grill, and all, straight into the river. No picnic for you, Tiki!! --ScreaminEagle (talk) 18:45, 17 April 2009 (UTC)


Thomas Paine[edit]

Hi Ryecatcher773 – Thanks for your response re Thomas. Having looked at the recent history, I do wonder if we may indeed be taking on too much!

Articles like this do tend to attract those with an axe (or ax) to grind! The only way of dealing with them is, in my experience, to wait and hope that they go away. Doesn't always work, though! We'll see – I'd like to get a few other friendly and experienced editors on board first, I think. Cheers – Agendum (talk) 17:06, 20 July 2009 (UTC)

Re: 3rd US Infantry naming convention problems... again[edit]

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Opinion needed![edit]

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Just LOVED Your Comment Here[edit]

But I'm surprised about something: I would have expected you to delete Hunter S. Thompson's entry from the list. May I ask you what your reasoning was? I rather obviously don't follow it.
Respectfully,
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I'm actually rather embarrassed to admit this, but there really was no reasoning... it was just carelessness on my part (it was a bit late. I thought I had deleted the whole thing). Thank you for bringing that to my attention. It's (hopefully) fixed now. ;-) Ryecatcher773 (talk) 18:15, 30 May 2010 (UTC)

First-hand observation of Old Guard in 1970s[edit]

See http://www.sandiegoreader.com/weblogs/encanto-gas-holder/2010/may/31/a-torchlight-tattoo-memory-for-memorial-day/ for something on the lighter side about the Old Guard, my first-person recollection. TOGS! Hotfeba (talk) 20:31, 5 June 2010 (UTC)

Wikiproject Cleveland[edit]

Hi there. I'd be happy to pitch in on the potential wikiproject, but I don't know if there are enough interested editors to justify its creation. You might want to check with User:Beirne, User:Bdb484, User:DangApricot, and User:THD3. User:JonRidinger is in Kent. Category:Wikipedians in Cleveland, Ohio has more potential candidates, although some of them are inactive. - Eureka Lott 00:45, 20 June 2010 (UTC)

What do you have in mind? Emjaymem (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 18:33, 4 July 2010 (UTC).

Count me in!

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Quick favor[edit]

First, thanks for the invite to the Cleveland Wikiproject! Much appreciated!

Wanted to ask a small favor. When you get a chance, do you think you could check out some links for me? I'm having Kent, Ohio reviewed in FAC and there are three links that won't open for the reviewer but open just fine for me on different browsers and different computers. If you have a chance, I would appreciate you checking them out and posting at Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Kent, Ohio/archive1 if you can open the links or not. The links are: [1], [2], [3] Thanks! --JonRidinger (talk) 21:33, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

Roger-dodger (that's Infantry-ese for 'done and done'). I'm not sure why the reviewer couldn't open them (maybe is working from a public PC or hasn't updated his Acrobat)... in any case, it opened. Likewise, thanks for joining the new WPC endeavor as well. Hopefully, a year from now it will be thriving like other city projects. Ryecatcher773 (talk) 22:28, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

Sorry for the back-and-forth edits[edit]

Sorry for the back-and-forth edits on WMMS; I just feel that analog transmission should be included as most every single radio listener listens to radio in that way. I would appreciate your own input on the talk page -- the other use has yet to reply. Levdr1 (talk) 22:39, 10 February 2011 (UTC)

  • Thank you for your reply. Levdr1 (talk) 23:33, 10 February 2011 (UTC)

Happy to oblige. Cheers. Ryecatcher773 (talk) 23:41, 10 February 2011 (UTC)

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Greater Cleveland[edit]

I noticed the Project Cleveland now has been broadened to Greater Cleveland. Have we definied the limits? I'm thinking of some of the articles I edit that are Kent-related. Kent is in one of the broader definitions of Greater Cleveland, but it being from here, we usually differentiate between here and the "Cleveland area" even though downtown Cleveland is all of 45 minutes from Kent. I was thinking if we did, then the Kent, Ohio and Kent State University articles could work. If not, I understand that as well! --JonRidinger (talk) 21:09, 10 March 2011 (UTC)

I don't have a problem with it, so I'll add them. In the broad sense of the Cleveland area, Kent falls into the Cleveland CSA and Media Market. The only people that differentiate between Akron and Cleveland areas are locals. In the bigger picture, it's all part of the Greater Cleveland area. --JonRidinger (talk) 21:37, 10 March 2011 (UTC)

Hey, a year late isn't too bad, right?[edit]

So I finally logged into WP after a year and a half of absence and I noticed you left a message saying "You ought to weigh in on our favorite article for 'controversial' naming conventions..." What was that about? Was it on the main MilHist discussion page? What happened with that? Man, I'm sorry I missed that now. That's what I get for being lazy with regard to my WP account. Dangit! --ScreaminEagle (talk) 18:00, 17 March 2011 (UTC)

I think you finally scared everyone off for good. W00t! --ScreaminEagle (talk) 17:06, 22 March 2011 (UTC)
Aaaaaaand YOU'RE WELCOME. Anything else I can do to help--slash your tires, flood your house, etc--you just let me know.  :)--ScreaminEagle (talk) 18:03, 22 March 2011 (UTC)


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Euclid Creek & other photos[edit]

I added several photos and categorized them. Feel free to add them if you like. Go Arcs! Click here--->[[4]]THD3 THD3 (talk) 22:45, 19 July 2011 (UTC)

Tremont[edit]

I expanded on your edits and added some more details. I'll try and get some more photos (including the Clark Field dog park, which is huge) in the coming weeks. Have you been back to Cleveland lately? The improvements in areas like Gordon Square, Tremont, and University Circle are impressive - although they retain their gritty character. The outer suburbs, however, are going to pieces.THD3 (talk) 14:25, 20 July 2011 (UTC)

South Euclid has definitely seen better days, but that's really a product of location and demographics. The entire area is having difficulty. I live quite close to Dairy King and have even walked there - although I now have to avoid Francis Court after my dog was attacked by two rotweillers. The S. E. McDonald's was rebuilt because of a requirement made by the company on the franchisee. Efforts are being made to improve the area. There's an ambitious plan to spruce up the Cedar-Lee area in Cleveland Heights. Cedar Center North was torn down and is now being rebuilt (CC South was replaced a few years ago and there's a nice Whole Foods Market there). Deteriorated housing is being torn down and replaced with community gardens - an eyesore a few lots down from me was torn down this past spring. But it remains to be seen whether these efforts will amount to much. I believe a lot of this will depend on the long term price of gasoline, which may encourage people to migrate back closer to the city. There is also a lot of talk of consolidation under the new Cuyahoga County plan. For example, Pepper Pike, Orange, Woodmere and Moreland Hills are considering consolidating into one city. The same has been discussed for South Euclid as outlined here: [5] As for myself, I like South Euclid, and I will probably stay here as long as I remain in Ohio. The location and price of housing work for my needs. The question for me is: how long do I stay in Ohio?THD3 (talk) 17:19, 20 July 2011 (UTC)
I went to Hillcrest Hospital a few times myself as well. They are owned by Cleveland Clinic now. What year did you graduate from Brush?THD3 (talk) 19:25, 20 July 2011 (UTC)
I recently added some University Circle photos to that category in commons. I'm going to hold off on Little Italy photos until I'm down there at night. I'm going to try & get some Coventry photos too. Oh, and the Richmond Heights Mickey D's has been torn down & is being rebuilt for the same reason as SE's was.THD3 (talk) 21:42, 2 August 2011 (UTC)

I was looking over the Kidnappings_of_Amanda_Berry,_Gina_DeJesus,_and_Michelle_Knight page and noticed there are no pictures of Ariel Castro's house. I drove by there once but didn't have my camera. The house is coming down next week, so I'll drive by there today and snap a few pictures. Ugh - not looking forward to this.THD3 (talk) 12:15, 3 August 2013 (UTC)

Little Italy[edit]

I don't know if any guidelines address this, but the license plates of two vehicles are readable in this photo. [6] Little Italy is really hopping at night these days, with crowds of pedestrians and valets handling the vehicle parking. I'll try and get some photos there and at Gordon Square (but not this weekend, I'm staying in the A/C!) THD3 (talk) 12:34, 21 July 2011 (UTC)

Glad to see[edit]

Glad to see you are on board with adding the public transportation links. I'll follow your format for future museums and attractions. -Kai445 (talk) 20:31, 9 August 2011 (UTC)

Re: Hotter than Hades here in the City of Wind![edit]

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Armour Square, Chicago[edit]

(This was clear before. Armour Square is both th ename of a neighborhood and the larger area as defined by the city. Ever been here?) Armour Square, Chicago The Community area are not to be confused with the neighborhoods and should not be combined as the same feature. community areas[7] collect census data like population and demographics and neighborhoods[8] that area about colture. They are represented by two different maps and boundaries. you can view the area boundaries here just customize the legend to show Community Development areas , that is why I edited the article. The community areas get their names from the local neighborhoods but do not represent the same thing. I will re edit the article to represent the community area not the neighborhood. A separate section or article should be created to represent the neighborhood. thanks --Nickvet419 (talk) 03:23, 20 November 2011 (UTC)

  • also wanted to address this "(rv: Stateway Gardens is long gone, and like Wentworth, it is/was a CHA property, not a neighborhood and WG is mostly in Bronzeville. Bridgeport is a separate neighborhood to the west, and the South Loop is not part of Armour Square.)" All of these overlap and fall within the Armour Square boundaries. Stateway Gardens is still defined as a neighborhood. WG falls mostly in Douglas and borders Bronsville. Bridgeport community area borders Armour Square but Bridgeport Neighborhood takes up most of Armour Square Community area. and South Loop takes up a portion of the northern Armour square area. and yes I live in chicago, and have work on many mapping projects of the city.--Nickvet419 (talk) 04:07, 20 November 2011 (UTC)

hmm... what an attack? Is that really needed? Is Wikipedia about personal opinions or facts? I think facts. and the fact is... Community areas were created to have defined areas to chart census data of population and demographics and the articles should reflect that. The neighborhoods themselves should have their own articles as they reflect on the culture of the area and are defined by different boundaries. Armour Square is defined by the city as a community area, and people who live there can clearly say they are from Armour Square, yes. As well as people say they are from the Bridgeport community area. That is fine. But the neighborhood boundaries defined by the City of Chicago are different than the community areas. This is why the neighborhood articles should reflect the neighborhood boundaries and the community area articles should reflect census data and the community area boundaries defined by the City. --Nickvet419 (talk) 07:45, 20 November 2011 (UTC)

Anyways, I'll be back to that article at another time, so you can keep it how you want it for now.--Nickvet419 (talk) 07:50, 20 November 2011 (UTC)

Chicago neighborhoods[edit]

Please join the discussion at WT:CHICAGO.--TonyTheTiger (T/C/BIO/WP:CHICAGO/WP:FOUR) 13:03, 20 November 2011 (UTC)

Community areas of Chicago[edit]

I am going to copy your comment to WT:CHICAGO and then investigate.--TonyTheTiger (T/C/BIO/WP:CHICAGO/WP:FOUR) 18:44, 3 December 2011 (UTC)

I am not seeing what your point is. The articles are all still out there.--TonyTheTiger (T/C/BIO/WP:CHICAGO/WP:FOUR) 18:50, 3 December 2011 (UTC)
What are you talking about. I see the maps at Rogers Park, Chicago, West Ridge, Chicago. Please explain yourself at WT:CHICAGO.--TonyTheTiger (T/C/BIO/WP:CHICAGO/WP:FOUR) 19:08, 3 December 2011 (UTC)
I apologize. I spent 8 hours in a hospital bed today. If you want someone to look at this present it at WT:CHICAGO.--TonyTheTiger (T/C/BIO/WP:CHICAGO/WP:FOUR) 05:00, 4 December 2011 (UTC)

FYI[edit]

I'm assuming that this user is not you. The account appears to have been created at an IP address resolving to JP Morgan Chase in Columbus, which had been edit warring at Michigan–Ohio State football rivalry. I am passing along the information in case the name thing remains as is, and you want to take it further. JohnInDC (talk) 18:08, 8 December 2011 (UTC)

Hm. Well, I think if he resumes his contentious editing under that name, you can raise the issue again somehow. Perhaps he'll just abandon the account - given, after all, his apparent distaste for editing under a single name. JohnInDC (talk) 19:58, 8 December 2011 (UTC)
Looks like you're all set now - JohnInDC (talk) 22:38, 8 December 2011 (UTC)

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Jeff Heath[edit]

I added the WikiProject Cleveland template to the Jeff Heath talk page. Not sure if it's something the group desires. Also, in the future should I want to add the template to other talk pages, what is the protocol for doing such? All I see is to add it to "applicable articles." Zepppep (talk) 13:37, 14 August 2012 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of File:RussanRiverBrewingLogo.jpg[edit]

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Yay.Go for it. Ryecatcher773 (talk) 04:18, 19 October 2012 (UTC)

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David Molk[edit]

You may not be aware that everything in the WP:LEAD is suppose to be in the main body. When it is not, you should take corrective action to make sure that it is. It is not the other way around. The LEAD summarizes the rest of the article. A third party has volunteered to summarize the article. I will let him have a hand at responding to your edits.--TonyTheTiger (T/C/BIO/WP:CHICAGO/WP:FOUR) 18:56, 1 December 2012 (UTC)

David Molk -- Good Article[edit]

Greetings, Ryecatcher. I'm a regular WP:CFB editor who often works on All-American college football player biographies. The David Molk article is on my watch list, and I've been following the deletion and reversions by you and Tony. The article was already a Good Article, and per WP:LEAD, the lead section should be expected to fairly summarize the contents of the entire article. The bare bones so-called "NFL standard" lead is inadequate for GA purposes. That having been said, it was not a perfect lead and could be pared and better organized. If you and Tony will give me 24 hours, I'll take a crack at paring it and improving it, while leaving something behind that still satisfies the GA standards. Thanks. Dirtlawyer1 (talk) 19:03, 1 December 2012 (UTC)


Cuisine of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania[edit]

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Chicago monuments[edit]

Hey there fellow Chicago fan, I noticed you chimed in on the conversation on how to improve the Chicago article. I was hoping you could help me clean up the monuments and public art section. As discussed on the talk page, we want to remove the less notable monuments and rewrite the section using prose. You live in Chicago so perhaps you'd be familiar with these monuments and can pinpoint which ones are notable? I am fascinated by Chicago but live in New York so I haven't a clue. If you want to just simply narrow down the list I'll work on the prose part. Thanks! — MusikAnimal talk 02:27, 7 May 2013 (UTC)

Charles F. Brush High School[edit]

  • Now it says "Charles Ramsey, Hero", Twice![9] don't blame me, I figured I'd provide a presentable version.--Milowenthasspoken 15:59, 8 May 2013 (UTC)

Hello I am trying to improve the Lorenzo Carter wiki page . It says I need to use inline citations but I used parenthetical which in other parts of Wikipedia is considered ok. How can I get the problem flags off of this article on the founder of Cleveland's first permanent settlement? you can email me at wooodlandinator@hotmail.com. Thank you in advance. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Woodlandinator (talkcontribs) 15:12, 9 June 2013 (UTC)

Stadium Mustard[edit]

Hi, I'm an OTRS volunteer, and am writing to you because you have made significant recent contributions to Stadium Mustard. I have reproduced on Talk:Stadium Mustard (with permission) an email sent to OTRS from the president of the company, requesting that clarifications and corrections made to the article. I have also received a suggested revision for the article, reproduced in my sandbox at User:Amatulic/sandbox, which probably isn't appropriate for replacement, but material from that could be incorporated.

In addition, I have received copies (graphic scans) of sources from some notable publications, which I can't upload to Wikipedia, but could forward to you by email if you're willing to help out updating this article. ~Amatulić (talk) 23:59, 28 June 2013 (UTC)

(moved from Talk:Amatulic to avoid conversing in two places)
Hey, I read your note and the revision you wrote in the sandbox, but I gotta be honest: this doesn't match up with any of the cited history that I've read on the article, and I've been consuming the stuff on hot dogs for over 40 years, and it just started appearing in Chicago area stores (sparsely) in the past decade, with the same home address on the bottle (an Ohio address)as the ones thaey sell in supermarkets in Cleveland. Until all the history of the company and the mustard can be disproven, I'd be hesitant to accept what your sources are claiming. Ryecatcher773 (talk) 06:19, 29 June 2013 (UTC)
I didn't write the version in my sandbox. That was provided by the owner of Stadium Mustard. I put it there to serve as a guide for modifying the article. The sandbox article does have sources, and additional sources were supplied to me via email, which I have yet to examine. ~Amatulić (talk) 14:39, 29 June 2013 (UTC)
It also looks like a new account has just replaced the article with the sandbox version. Not an improvement. ~Amatulić (talk) 14:48, 29 June 2013 (UTC)

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Lanigan article[edit]

I've been swamped the last few days. I guess I'm okay with a Lanigan piped wlink until I get the article together. I just don't want this to become a regular thing. Levdr1lp / talk 16:48, 20 October 2013 (UTC)

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Service Award[edit]

You're welcome. You put in the time and the work to earn it. Vjmlhds (talk) 15:01, 16 December 2013 (UTC)

Cristoval Nieves[edit]

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The Deer Hunter[edit]

Hi Ryecatcher. I just noticed that 4 months ago you reverted a change I made to The Deer Hunter. Your comment said "This is a WP article, not an OpEd piece". I was not inserting my personal opinion, the words I added were a direct quote from the article by Biskind which was cited. Before my edit, the wikipedia page just said that there was a heated debate, which seemed rather uninformative - when I read that, I wanted to know what the nature of the debate was. So I looked up the article, and inserted its wording "—was it meant ironically or not, as a critique of patriotism or a paean to it?". I'd like to reinsert the explanatory quote, please let me know if you think there is a specific problem with that, or if you think it should be done in a different way. Would it help to put quotation marks around it? Reasoned skeptic (talk) 22:07, 8 March 2014 (UTC)

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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The Deer Hunter Main Character Ethnicity[edit]

The main characters of the Deer Hunter are Ukrainian, not Russian. Steven's wedding takes place in a Ukrainian Orthodox Church, with a Ukrainian Orthodox priest, and traditional Ukrainian Orthodox hymns, sung in Ukrainian. The reception takes place in a Ukrainian American Citizens club with a banner stating this clearly on the wall behind the stage on the first floor. In reality this took place in the Lemko Club in Cleveland, so the Director/Set Designers took special precautions to ensure that they were Ukrainian. When the party is dancing, they dance traditional Ukrainian Dances such as the Kolomeika and Hopak. Whenever they drink in the movie, they exclaim "Nazdarovya!", the Ukrainian way of saying "Cheers!". When Steven is pulled out of the bar, the woman (presumably his mother) calls him a "Drurak!" which means fool or idiot in Ukrainian. Ukrainians have been fighting to stop their seemingly never ending confusion with Russians for centuries, and this article is one of thousands of examples of this happening. I simply seek recognition for what is right and true, this is an encyclopedia after all, shouldn't it contain the correct information? BytorsSnowdog (talk) 12:18, 9 July 2014 (UTC)

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