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I saw your recent edit to the article on Dill. I saw that you changed "bao" to "baoz" in a link. I don't know enough to comment on whether this is correct or not, but when I looked at the edit just before yours (in Edit History), I saw that in the very next sentence the word "bao" appears. If the word is changed in one place, shouldn't it be changed in another? CorinneSD (talk) 16:18, 9 September 2013 (UTC)
- Oh thanks for pointing that out, I didn't pay enough attention and overlooked that. I'll fix it right away. Shuipzv3 (talk) 17:23, 9 September 2013 (UTC)
Hello there Shuipzv3!
Now, it seems as if you have altered an ammendment that I made to the Submarine page, wherein I summerised the character of Oliver as a 'ninny'.
You seem to have taken umbrage at this fact, and rather oddly referred to the usage of the classifier as 'biased'. I disagree. I think that it is obvious that the film makers intended Oliver to appear as a bit of a ninny: a noun which the online dictionary suggests is derived from innocent, and means naive or simpleton, which Oliver clearly is (in the nicest way possible).
It looks like that you either disagree with my assertion, or you don't understand it. Now, if it is the latter, then you should have left alone, and if it is the former, you need to watch the film!
Who on earth/the internet gave you the right to swap usueful and insightful details about at your discretion?!?!
Last month I chucked a few quid Wikipedia's way: I think I might be asking for it back if this is the type of service I recieve!!
Please explain. I'm sure that there has been some misunderstanding!
- Hello Sugartips. Allow me first to thank you for your donation. The reason why I reverted your edit was because it violated one of the three core policies of Wikipedia: Neutral point of view. The contents in the encyclopedia should be written from a neutral, objective stance, and your edit that "Oliver is a bit of a ninny" does not constitute neutrality. This Oliver in the film may be a ninny after all (and yes I do know the meaning), but the aim of the encyclopedia is to be objective, and not to be someone's (including yours') personal opinion. I do welcome constructive edits from you, and I urge you to familiarise yourself with some of our guidelines here such as Verifiability, No original research, and Vandalism. Happy editing. Shuipzv3 (talk) 11:00, 17 December 2013 (UTC)
Ok Shuipez3- what a lovely reply.
I don't agree with what you have said though- think about it; the boy's ninnyness is his defining characteristic, like alcoholic is Nic Cage's character's defining feature in Leaving Las Vegas, or PTS defines Robert De Niro's Travis Bickle in Taxi Driver!
But I am not one to argue- if I change it to waht it should be, you'll only change it back!
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wtf my edit was god and u change it screw u nman