User talk:ShakespeareFan00

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March 2014[edit]

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Russia Today[edit]

Hi, I've noticed that you've added some {{cn}} tags in a number of articles where RT was used as a source. Could you explain why have you done that? Keep in mind that according to our WP:RS guideline "Whether a specific news story is reliable for a specific fact or statement in a Wikipedia article will be assessed on a case-by-case basis". Have a good day. Mohamed CJ (talk) 10:01, 6 March 2014 (UTC)

There were a concern that journalistic items, should be dual sourced (although that's not offical policy as such). If you feel the RT articles accurately support the claims being made, (Or if the claims are supported by a second source), I've got no objection to the tags being removed. ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 12:35, 6 March 2014 (UTC)
Reverted these edits, given that WP:RS make no mention of dual sourcing on news media. ShakespeareFan00 (talk) 12:49, 6 March 2014 (UTC)
If I did not feel the RT sources were accurate or reliable, I wouldn't have used them in the first place (I'm the main contributor to several articles you edited, some of which are Good Articles). I've read about the recent RT scandal regarding coverage of news in Ukraine, but it is important to remember that the reliability of news sources should be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. There had been a previous attempt to "axe" The Daily Mail, which many find unreliable, but consensus is to evaluate it on a case-by-case basis (see this discussion for example). Thanks for the prompt reply and the self reverts :) Mohamed CJ (talk) 12:57, 6 March 2014 (UTC)

Lord Laitinen's Images[edit]

Hello, my name is Lord Laitinen. I wanted to ask you, why my photos were made a candidate to be copied to Wikimedia Commons? I do not know any purpose for these images, except for decorating my user page. I am sure there are other photos of old ladies and happy families out there, correct? If it was not you who made them a candidate, please refer me to those who did. Reply on my talk page, if you would.Lord Laitinen (talk) 06:17, 14 March 2014 (UTC)


Q1. Which of the following animals could be found in Kashmir? A. Red Panda B. Jackal C. Rain Deer (correct) D. A&B

Q2. Ancient Persia was famous for having which of the following animals? A. Cheetah B. Lion C. Rhino D. A&B (correct)

Q3. What does the crest on Hazardauri Palace in East Bengal stand for Iskander Mirza, descendant of Nawab Nazim: A. Lion, Lion, Guns, Guns, and Flags B. Lion, Dolphine, Sword, Unciron, Flag C. Flag, Flag, Sword (Zulfikar), Lion, Unicorn, Column (right answer) D. Flag, Flag, Sowrd (Zulfikar), Lion, Lion, Column

Q4. Which of the two English words are used in Oxford dictionary originated from the Sub-Continent? A. Bungalow and Cheetah B. Bungalow and Tikka C. Tikkah and Cheeteah D. Loot and Tikka Answer: A — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:22, 17 March 2014 (UTC) Q5. Whats the regional agricultural product of Damavand? A. Safron B. Rice C. Pistachio D. Hazelnut (Correct answer A) Q6. Which countries does the RCD highway connect? A. Turkey, Iraq, Iran B. Turkey, Iran, Pakistan. C. Iran, Pakistan, India D. Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan (Answer B)


I think this was taken ages ago and was used on the Paris Metro while they were making improvements that was the slogan? I agree with you it should be deleted, if you could delete it for me that would be helpful I am not an admin nor want to be so I can't delete it but should be deleted. Si Trew (talk) 14:45, 19 March 2014 (UTC)

It was actually in the Lorraine region and I translated the article. But I still think it should go. If not fair use, and so on, it should go, the article is good enough without it (not brilliant but doesn't need it). Si Trew (talk) 14:58, 19 March 2014 (UTC)

Pino Rucher's photos[edit]

Hello ShakespeareFan00,

I sent to wikimedia commons three e-mails and I look forward to the permission for three photos:

The photo "File:Pino Rucher with the Vitale Orchestra.jpg" was given to me by my grandfather, Pino Rucher, who died in 1996. The photo (Pino Rucher with the Vitale Orchestra) dates back to the late Forties and the author is Mastrorilli (Bari). This is the link referring to the photo:

The photo "File:Angelini Orchestra.jpg" was given to me by my grandfather, Pino Rucher, who died in 1996. The photo (Pino Rucher with the Angelini Orchestra) dates back to the second half of the Fifties and the author is U. Palleschi. This is the link referring to the photo:

The photo "File:Pino Rucher and Pope Paulus VI.jpg" was given to me by my grandfather, Pino Rucher, who died in 1996. The photo (Pino Rucher and Pope Paulus VI) dates back to 30 January 1966 and the author is Fotografia Pontificia Giordani. This is the link referring to the photo:

So, I request the permission to have them reproduced and published on Wikipedia.

Kind regards, Emilurex (talk) 15:36, 5 April 2014 (UTC)

Carla Boni, Franco De Gemini, Giorgio Consolini, Carlo Posio[edit]

Hello ShakespeareFan00,

The photo File:Carla Boni, Franco De Gemini, Giorgio Consolini, Carlo Posio.jpg dates back to 5 October 2008.

This is the link referring to the photo:,_Franco_De_Gemini,_Giorgio_Consolini,_Carlo_Posio.jpg

Kind regards, Emilurex (talk) 08:44, 8 April 2014 (UTC)