Hey Wikidemon. Sorry, I deleted the content on the other page again. It is extremely bias for Acme, clearly. I noticed that you were the one who did the page for Acme as well. Yaboi9181 (talk) 00:57, 4 January 2013 (UTC)
unless you have been there you realy do not know
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I have expanded the request at Wikipedia:Sockpuppet_investigations/Marcoa1000, make a comment if you feel you can add to it, but I think I have most of it covered, at least for these ones in particular. --kelapstick(bainuu) 23:51, 6 June 2014 (UTC)
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I know this page has probably worn you out a bit. I myself feel like in the past my time has not been well-spent here, because even paltry items like the exact wording of the disambiguation page attracted edit-warring. However, the current page has actually degraded over time - some sentences are not even written coherently. And in the meanwhile, most of the editors that were originally involved have moved on, been banned, etc. and I think it is a good time for a fresh effort to bring it up to GA.
In the past your considerable subject-matter expertise has helped prevent me from facilitating potential COI edits accidentally and I wonder if you were up for giving it a second go at Talk:Yelp#Draft. user:Coretheapple has also expressed some interest and I think would have a strong personal interest in this section in particular that may even exceed my own interest (albeit we would probably both have a very strong bias on the subject).
It's a logistical nightmare trying to improve a large, developed article with 100 cites from the Talk page. Looking to whatever editor(s) choose to help for the process they are most comfortable with. CorporateM (Talk) 16:43, 1 July 2014 (UTC)