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Question[edit]

Hey I saw you have marked Kyle McMahon as debated for deletion. He has had a lot of coverage, not just around here (Delawarean here) in News Journal, Middletown Transcript, etc but nationally as well (Washington Post, NY Times, etc). He's had 2 national / international releases, as noted in the bio and is with one of the 4 major labels (Warner Borthers). He's had recent airplay on MTV, been on 4 Oprah shows, trended on Twitter, was in an ESPN documentary about managing about a pro golfer at the US Open, works with some of the biggest names in the business, was the MTV Rock the Vote artist for Delaware and is now on a national campaign with 2 well known figures standing up for fatherlessness. If that's not worthy of inclusion I'm not sure what is. We follow his career closely, obviously, as the coverage I've seen and the stuff he's doing is phenomenal. Myself and a few other "fans" / supporters took great care in picking out the best sources for the article before we submitted it for this very reason. You can also see two other long time editors reviewed it and approved it. Just wanted to give you some additional info. (sorry if I'm not doing this right, newbie here) FeerTheDeer FeerTheDeer (talk) 15:32, 13 August 2013 (UTC)

Could you add some of those links from these national newspapers to the article? That would help demonstrate notability. I did a quick Google search and could find nothing. I am not up on current pop culture, but I didn't see any records that reached national charts, a criteria for WP:MUSICBIO), nor anything on television that reached WP:ENT(Has had significant roles in multiple notable films, television shows, stage performances, or other productions."). Not sure how the blogging is perceived with regard to Notability. IMHO, these days lots of social media coverage nor appearances on a few shows (as opposed to starring, creating, directing, or producing) reach notability. Nevertheless, I thought I would flag this and let other, more seasoned editors review. Wkharrisjr (talk) 15:55, 13 August 2013 (UTC)

Would be glad to. Will work on that tomorrow. I assume if I do that you would reconsider your vote? Thanks again for the guidance here. FeerTheDeer (talk) 07:31, 14 August 2013 (UTC)

Thanks[edit]

Thank You So Much for making Joseph W. Revere more clear! Lord R. T. Oliver The Olive Branch 00:15, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

and do not forget

Nominations for Coordinator positions in the Military History WikiProject have commenced, and voting will begin on March 14, 2009. Make sure to get involved and ask questions to the candidates. Nominations for Coordinators goes until March 13. Then come out for the voting which begins on March 14. Thanks and Have a Great Day! Lord R. T. Oliver The Olive Branch 00:15, 8 March 2009 (UTC)

Talkback[edit]

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Your recent edits[edit]

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"Eponymous" is not in your vocabulary? Fatidiot1234 (talk) 14:16, 27 August 2009 (UTC)

If the priory is not named after the bridge, whence its name? Fatidiot1234 (talk) 04:59, 28 August 2009 (UTC)

Accessdate parameter[edit]

I saw in this diff that you added an "accessmonthday" and/or "accessdaymonth" parameter. Please be informed that these are deprecated. The preferred way is to put day, month, and year together in the "accessdate" parameter.
See also {{Cite web}}. Thank you, Debresser (talk) 09:02, 2 September 2009 (UTC)

Good work[edit]

Good work on Newport, Delaware. A couple more citations would make it great work! Have you ever looked at Brandywine Creek (Christina River). I keep on meaning to go there and finish it up! Thanks. Smallbones (talk) 21:23, 18 September 2009 (UTC)

Just a point[edit]

You may wish to look here. I'm not flipped out by what you did, but it just seems that the process of continual knowledge improvement would have been better served by not having the Talk page blanked. Maybe there's more to it than I'm seeing. It's okay to be wrong once in a while! -- Thekohser 15:42, 24 September 2009 (UTC)

Sorry 'bout that! I didn't mean to erase the talkpage, just retract a note I added. I'm realtively new here and still learning the ropes (some things are not immediately intuitive!). ANyway, I live near Brandywine Springs Park and have some resources so I hope to add to the article in the coming weeks. Thanks!Wkharrisjr (talk) 16:28, 24 September 2009 (UTC)
That's cool. What I would have recommended would be to have gone in again and posted a "Whoops" sort of reply to yourself. Or, you could have blanked out the content of the page, which would still leave the initial thought, but buried in archives. By asking for an admin to delete the page (different than blanking), it "hides" from view any historical path on the page, except to administrators who are privileged with the tools to look at deleted pages.
I used to live in Sherwood Park off of Milltown Road, which I suppose you're familiar with the locale? I am working on my own encyclopedic article about Brandywine Springs, but outside of Wikipedia, because I don't get along well with many of those who wield power here. They don't appreciate my jovial tone of superiority. User:Cla68 has assisted me with the construction of the off-Wikipedia page. It's already beating Wikipedia in various search results. I won't ask if you'd like to help contribute to "my" page, because that might be interpreted as exploiting Wikipedia for self-promotional purposes. Good luck with Wikipedia! -- Thekohser 18:03, 24 September 2009 (UTC)
I grew up in Windermere and live in Westminster, so Brandywine Springs Park has always been in my backyard. My sister's neighbor wrote the book about the amusement park and heads the Friends of Brandywine Springs. Good luck on your project; I'll be sure to check it out.Wkharrisjr (talk) 19:08, 24 September 2009 (UTC)

Thanks[edit]

Thanks for adding the references to the names I added to Notable Residents of Fort Stockton. Mcwebeditor (talk) 20:41, 2 December 2009 (UTC)

Talk:Minnesota Twins[edit]

Just wanted to let you know that you deleted my last comment on the above talk page when you added your thoughts. I've restored them, but I just wanted to make you aware. Thanks for your comments. KV5 (TalkPhils) 17:54, 9 December 2009 (UTC)

Not a problem at all; sometimes an unexpected selection happens with a click. I'm not too broken up about it :-D. KV5 (TalkPhils) 19:03, 9 December 2009 (UTC)

Philadelphia Phillies[edit]

If you have a problem with the placement or wording of specific information in the above article, the talk page is a better place to discuss it. Thanks. KV5 (TalkPhils) 19:28, 22 December 2009 (UTC)

Malaysia v. The Herald[edit]

Regarding this edit, did you have some reason to revert almost all of my edits, or was it a mistake? --BorgQueen (talk) 15:53, 8 January 2010 (UTC)

Sorry, looks like we were both editing at the same time and were stepping on each other's toes. Not knowing how to easily merge the two sets of changes, I accidently reverted my changes. I'lllet you finish and try again later. I also added some comments on the discussion page.Wkharrisjr (talk) 15:57, 8 January 2010 (UTC)
Ok, my edits are finished for now, so please feel free to edit again. Please note that when you get an edit conflict, you are not supposed to simply override someone else's edits without justification. And the word Allah needs to be italicized, per WP:MOS#Italics. --BorgQueen (talk) 16:04, 8 January 2010 (UTC)

Removal of PROD from Kan-Jam[edit]

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Ottumwa Iowa / Radar O'Reilly[edit]

I undid your revision to Ottumwa Iowa vis a vis fictional character Radar O' Reilly until others hve a chance to discuss the issue and reach a consensus. See the Discussion page on Ottumwa for details and to participate. There are other examples throughout Wikipeda of fictional representations and roles in works of fiction of towns, people, ships, etc. and I fail to see why O' Reilly/Ottumwa would be any different. Sector001 (talk) 20:32, 13 June 2010 (UTC)

Jkalkman's ELs[edit]

If you're of the opinion that the links to travelok.com are inappropriate (and I'm inclined to agree with you that they are), you may want to look at his contributions, since he's added alot of them. VernoWhitney (talk) 15:56, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

Yes, this might well be correct, but can I request that we have a discussion in an appropriate place, and gauge consensus about this, before a mass reversion of the links? It appears to me that Jkalkman's edits have been made in good faith: this is the official state travel website, not linkspam, and it may be at least arguable that they are useful and valid ELs for at least some of the subject pages. Thanks--Arxiloxos (talk) 16:49, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

Hi guys. I'm Jkalkman. I am fairly new on Wikipedia and trying to look at the tourism entities in Oklahoma and add any appropriate content and links. I've devoted a great number of hours to this endeavor over the past month and have learned alot about the ways of Wikipedia. I've even been able to start a few articles and add tons of what I view to be very useful information to lists, categories and articles concerning Oklahoma tourism entities. I thought that I was going a little crazy this morning when links that I thought I had placed on lakes in Oklahoma began disappearing. So I redid the work. This afternoon, I was going to pick up where I left off on the list of lakes in Oklahoma (I've been adding nearby cities, rivers, surface acres and information links to the list someone else posted)when I noticed that some of them were missing again. I tried again and then got to wondering and looked at the history page - my first time for this. I noticed that someone had reverted the additions as being extraneous links, so I read the cited information about what should and should not be linked. I believe that the information I've linked to about Kaw Lake and some of the other lakes that was recently removed was extremely useful to people researching these lakes for the purposes of visiting them, learning about the wildlife and outdoor recreation opportunities, finding contact information, viewing photos, watching videos, etc. I'm not understanding the objection. As Arxiloxo said, the content and link edits that I've been making are definitely in good faith, they are from an official source which I thought I had gone to great pains to make clear and I believe that others will find them useful. I don't understand everything I'm reading here. Is someone requesting a mass deletion of all this work? Is there someone that I need to talk to? Or what do I need to do? Jkalkman (talk) 23:04, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

Jkalkman, in fairness to Wkharrisjr, there are some Wikipedia policies that raise questions about the appropriateness of your external links. Have you read WP:ELNO? In any case, I imagine that it would be better not to commandeer Wkharrisjr's user page to have this discussion. Wkharrisjr & VernoWhitney, maybe the best place for this discussion would be at the External links Noticeboard? --Arxiloxos (talk) 23:39, 25 June 2010 (UTC)
You can count me out - I just saw the links added and some removed and thought Wkharrisjr should know there were more. I don't have a strong enough opinion either way to do more than that. Cheers. VernoWhitney (talk) 00:04, 26 June 2010 (UTC)

Philly radio in Wilmington[edit]

I figured it would be useful for people to know that they can get most Philly stations in the Wilmington area. Especially considering 1) the limited number of local stations and 2) the fact that Wilmington gets NPR exclusively from Philly. Blueboy96 21:05, 29 July 2010 (UTC)

True. but just about every other city article on Wikipedia lists only the radio stations in the town itself. Why not also mention stations from downstate, Cecil County and Salem County? Should we also note on the Philadelphia article that they can receive some stations from Delaware and New Jersey? I think it would just get too complicated and redundant. But then again, just my $0.02.Wkharrisjr (talk) 22:53, 29 July 2010 (UTC)

Rv in Siege of Shkoder[edit]

Reverted you in Siege of Shkoder. Northern Albanians are Roman Catholic, not Byzantine. Hope no hard feelings and thanks for your contributions. --Sulmues (talk) 18:37, 3 August 2010 (UTC)

No problem, just thought the phrase needed wikilink- obviously Catholic Albanians need to be defined!Wkharrisjr (talk) 18:41, 3 August 2010 (UTC)

HI[edit]

I put Joseph Smith as a resident of Lebanon NH, and forgot to provide a source. According to "Teachings of Presidents of the Church", published by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (2007) "Evidence of the Prophet's extraordinary character emerged early in his life. The Smiths were living in West Lebanon , New Hampshire when a deadly epidemic of typhpoid fever..." (page 2) there's more on the disease and etc but that's the part. Also in the Historical Summary at the beginning of the book (basically a timeline) They have "ca. 1813-Contracts typhoid fever; complications require surgery on his left leg. At this time, the Smith family was living in West Lebanon, New Hampshire, one of several places to which the family moved between 1808 and 1816 in search of opportunities for work." (introduction page xiv). I realize that it says West Lebanon, but the West Lebanon, New Hampshire page is so small (seeing as how it's really just a district within Leb) that I thought it more appropriate to put it in Lebanon's page of notable persons.

Oh, and I'm not a Mormon, they just happen to be what I'm studying right now (I'm a history major in college with an insatiable interest in religions and theology, so I decided to study them), but I am a former resident (and I was born at Alice Peck Day Memorial Hospital) so I thought it would be interesting to add his name. I'll add it back in when you give me the go ahead, properly sourced this time of course! Thanks. Vyselink (talk) 01:09, 1 October 2010 (UTC)

Thanks![edit]

I didn't know the archiving thing existed. I'll try use it from now on for fleeting sources.--Agamemnus (talk) 04:03, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

James W. Bolton[edit]

Hello Wkharrisjr. This article is not a candidate for speedy deletion, as it is referenced and contains multiple claims of notability, supported by reliable sources. Take it to AfD, if you question the notability of the subject. Thanks for your understanding. --Vejvančický (talk | contribs) 15:55, 1 November 2010 (UTC)

Brownfield, Texas[edit]

Thanks for helping with this article. However, I can't seem to get the reference you provided to work. Does it require special access? All the best, P. D. Cook Talk to me! 19:13, 11 November 2010 (UTC)

Thanks for the heads up! Apparently the data base cannot be directly linked. I modified the link and added instructions to access the Brownfield information.Wkharrisjr (talk)

Baffled by your recent change[edit]

Just wondering why you would change the consistent date formatting of over 140 dates that were in in the yr-mo-day format in the Christine O'Donnell, U.S. politician article to the British format? There were only a handful of dates formatted the British way before your change. diff Per the MOS section WP:DATERET If an article has evolved using predominantly one format, the whole article should conform to it, unless there are reasons for changing it based on strong national ties to the topic. It seems your change was completely contrary to that. Perhaps this was a mistake. Either way, will you please reverse your change? --Best regards--KeptSouth (talk) 09:16, 19 November 2010 (UTC)

Personnal preference. I find the date format 10 November 2010 much less ambiguous than the 2010-11-10; it could be interpreted as October 11, 2010. I believe the date changes I made were in the course of updating and archiving references. I wasn't aware of the MOS directive, so I'll avoid doing so in the future.Wkharrisjr (talk) 11:32, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
Ok, you were unaware of the MOS policy, but that does not explain your edit summary "consistently format dates in references" -- unless you meant you were changing the format to your preference?... I guess that must be what you meant. I take that you are refusing to restore the original date formatting? Would you consider at least changing it to the American type - month day, year? -Regards- KeptSouth (talk) 13:06, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
Not refusing, just haven't gotten around to it. Probably this weekend.Wkharrisjr (talk) 13:44, 19 November 2010 (UTC)
Thank you. -Regards- KeptSouth (talk) 07:49, 20 November 2010 (UTC)


Christine O'Donnell citation archiving[edit]

A few friendly hints on archiving: Your archiving is requiring a lot of manual edits by me to make it right. See here, here, and here Basically, it is not constructive. I completely believe you are acting in good faith however, I would like you to cease and desist for a while or to comment out all the new archiving you do. Please see the COD talk page for my discussion on this. Here are a few hints that should prove helpful to you in the future. They are not gratuitous hints, they are based on your work:

  • NYT articles don't need it, they are posted virtually forever, and the WebCite archives come out poorly formatted
  • Yahoo News doesn't allow it, you will get a url from WebCite, but it won't be any good
  • Archiving DOES work very well w/WaPo articles
  • if it's in the Article Collections section of the LAT, it doesn't need archiving.
  • please double check each archiveurl to be sure that the archiving was successful.--Thanks, in advance, for your cooperation.-Best regards- KeptSouth (talk) 20:54, 20 November 2010 (UTC)

Notable[edit]

Hey, what are you defining "Notable" and what not? Simple single facts about what a spouse does for a living? Go to any politician or high profile figure and mentions of their moms, dads, sisters, sons, wives, husband's job is a common occurrence. I checked the other black republican-elect, Tim Scott's page, and his contains no different
Dchip12 (talk) 13:46, 8 December 2010 (UTC)

Ask yourself- would the average person have a need or desire to know what a public officials spouse does for a living or what scholl they attend unless it somehow could impact that official's performance of their job? There is a difference between fomething being factual and something being notable.Wkharrisjr (talk) 14:58, 8 December 2010 (UTC)

Notable people references[edit]

Hi, I am a patroller of all of the communities of Iowa and I am informing you that I am undoing your removal of the references in the town of Ottumwa, Iowa, section Notable people. I too at one time thought there was no need of references if the person was blue-linked, however I found out consensus had been reached to convince me to change my editing practices. The subject of having a reference has been discussed six times starting in 2007 at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Cities/US Guideline. The most recent discussion at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Cities/US Guideline#References for Notable people has consensus that there be two conditions to being in the Notable people section. 1st the person needs to be blue-linked this establishes that they pass the notability standards of Wikipedia. 2nd there needs to be a external reference that cites the relationship of the Notable person to the city included with the persons blue-link entry in the Notable people section. The first condition has been met (blue-linked), although a inline citation (or a citation in the infobox) should be included in the person's article. The second condition is what I want you to be made aware of, and urge you to include proper references in the future. It will take time but eventually I hope all people in the Notable people section will have references.
The other edits you made to Ottumwa were correct in my opinion and appreciated.
--RifeIdeas Talk 15:45, 20 December 2010 (UTC)

WikiProject Brazil[edit]

Hello, Just go to WP: WikiProject Brazil. It seems it's not too active, but there is a list of about 76 interested editors, and a list of Brazil related articles up for deletion. Lots of other stuff too. There are many such projects and you can search by WP: WikiProject . . . . adding some key word. If it exists, it will pop up. Feel free to ask me questions. Good luck! Cullen328 (talk) 02:01, 6 January 2011 (UTC)

Thanks!Wkharrisjr (talk) 11:42, 6 January 2011 (UTC)

inre Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Jacky Wong[edit]

I recently was involved in an article about a Portugese notable. Very little was written about him in English, but volumes were written about him in Portgese and Spanish and he has won a notable Porugese award. We cannot ignore our own policies and notability guidelines simply because "some" editors do not read Spanish, or because others do not read Portugese. As in Jackie Wong's case, problems with the sourcing of topics with non-English notability IS what the recognized concern with systemic bias is all about. And while yes, it is best that readers might be able to investigate sources themselves, that is not always possible. Processes are in place to deal with such. Your concern is valid, but the circumstance has come up before and our good faith in the others that can read and translate is encouraged. Policy and guideline explain when and how and why non-English sources may be used. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 22:08, 18 January 2011 (UTC)

See Wikipedia:Verifiability#Non-English sources, Wikipedia:Citing sources#Non-English sources, and Wikipedia:Systemic bias#Biographies

OK, thanks. I'm a relatively new editor and obviously my perspective of what Wikipedia is and how it works needs to be tweaked. My understanding of sourcing was all statements of fact should be sourced with information the reader could confirm. This adds legitimacy to the process. My concern is that one could make outrageous or false claims and source it with material in a language that few of the potential readers could read. While someone fluent in that language could catch the mistake, the odds of that are low unless. Regardless, I'll accept that my understanding of the process is not correct and move on. Thanks again.Wkharrisjr (talk) 13:56, 19 January 2011 (UTC)
I see the solution to my concern about foreign language sources: Wikipedia:Citing sources#Non-English sources states "When quoting a source in a different language, please provide both the original-language quotation and an English translation, in the text, in a footnote, or on the talk page as appropriate." The Jacky Wong article doesn't have these translations; with them, I would be a lot more comfortable with the solution.Wkharrisjr (talk) 13:59, 19 January 2011 (UTC)
Well, as guideline and policy indicate, one solution would be to contact an editor who reads Cantonese or Mandarin and request he or she provide translations. But it is not a fast process, so patience is encouraged. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 03:16, 24 January 2011 (UTC)
That is one solution, but shouldn't the original editor include the translation with the original entry? One could ask the editor after the edit, but there is no guarantee that it will every be done. I know this is a policy issue, but it would seem reasonable to me that after a certain period of time after making such a request, the article should be considered unsourced if no translation is forthcoming. Just a thought.Wkharrisjr (talk) 04:28, 24 January 2011 (UTC)
Well, Wikipedia has dealt with this issue many times, so know that your concern is not new. While requesting a translation is the solution suggested by guideline and policy, considering an article automatically unsourced unless the translation is also present is not... and we do rely here a lot on good faith. Category:Available translators in Wikipedia shares a list of some editors who are active in translations. And you might wish to make such requests from editors listed at Category:Translators zh-en... but remember... Wikipedia recognizes itself as a work in progress, does not demand immediate perfection, and patience is a virtue. Such editors will try to assist as able. Schmidt, MICHAEL Q. 02:12, 25 January 2011 (UTC)

What were you trying to acheive here[edit]

Someone changed part of your copyedit here [1] - I suspect you weren't trying to make it underlined, so am letting you know so as you can go and make it whatever you did intend it to be! Egg Centric (talk) 03:02, 22 January 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for the heads up. I was trying to have different highlighting for songs and albums. I thought that one should be italicized and the other underlined, but now I'm thinking is one should be in quotations and the other italicized. I have to check the WP:MOS.Wkharrisjr (talk) 03:51, 22 January 2011 (UTC)

Stub tags[edit]

Please don't waste people's time by adding {{stub}} to an article such as Milan Hill State Park which already has a subject-specific stub template. And please remember that stub tags go at the end of the article, after everything except interwikilinks, per WP:LAYOUT. If you'd gone to put it in the right place you'd have been more likely to notice that {{NewHampshire-geo-stub}} was already there. Thanks. PamD (talk) 09:10, 6 February 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for the heads up. I was trying to find some way to note that the article was really too short but didn't want to just delete it as it appeared to be a new poster I was hoping to encourage him to either expand or delete the article himself.Wkharrisjr (talk) 16:36, 6 February 2011 (UTC)

Opinions Needed[edit]

Would you mind going to Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Abbotts Mill, Delaware and commenting with your opinion on the deletion I proposed? As a frequent contributor to articles in Delaware, I thought you may have knowledge whether Abbotts Mill, Delaware is a community or not. Thanks. Superman7515 (talk) 19:37, 15 February 2011 (UTC)

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Howard Stern#Cultural effect[edit]

I have addressed aspects of my new section and your revert of it at Talk:Howard Stern#Cultural effect, You had wholly-reverted my new section indicating your opinion "WP:OR" but declining to contact me with specifics. Please note that WP general policy is to help articles reach final form, and to assist in other editors' works and maturity in a kindly fashion. In this I would refer you further to ModelDesiredBehavior and its list of desirable editor attributes:

"Concerned Citizens should do things like:
" • Create pages
" • Edit pages
" • Manage organization of pages
" • Create navigation
" • Delete nonsense
" • Question bad contributions
" • Write documentation
" • Make policy
" • Cheerlead
" • Promote

I am not sure where your wholesale and anonymous revert [ie., you decided to act w/o discussing your concerns with me] is supported here. "Edit Pages"? Reverts are not often classed as general editing; it is "reverting" and justified when dealing with vandalism and spam. And nowhere does WP suggest to "revert new edits you do not appreciate and/or have not taken time to investigate". Are you perhaps a bot or aspiring to act as one? Please consider- If WP needed a bot to remove content such as mine-ie., new material in popular pages, sans references- there would prolly already be one now.
No doubt you will be thinking about one particular- &the single most over-quoted WP standard-"Verifiability". WP standard is *nowhere* defined as "Verified On Demand". WP Policy does not state: "New Content Should Be Immediately Verified and Fully Annotated". Perhaps you feel articles and their sections are best born wholly formed, mature and robust? If that were the case I fear few new articles would ever be begun. This is neither true of older content. WP standards use the specifiec term "verifiable" ie., being possible to verify. "Unverified" content is par for the course here- We see it everywhere there is a "references needed" template- a template which would appear on most pages if they were aggressively groomed. Yet information from and about such a notorious and widely accessible subject, and a related "secondary literature" is obviously available. All the points I made are clearly verifiable- thus they conform to that WP standard. Allegations of WP:OR mean little when dealing with facts concerning such a notable topic. You are welcome apply yourself to proving otherwise- or that my points are false. However do keep in mind that as absence alone is no evidence; denial alone is no proof. Or you might make more constructive edits in line with my purpose should you perceive that. Have you never yet attempted to tackle a subject that is outside your academic bailiwick? A simple outline provides the basis for a labor of learning. From such is writing born. In my reactions I have noted that the article appears to suffer from what i identify as a defensive conservatism familiar to Stern among his listeners. Or perhaps you yourself feel un-empowered to attempt what i have- a more spontaneous writing in the service of producing a natural readability in early drafts. "Earlier forms" of writing are par for this course; they are quite inevitable.
In general, I usually feel mass reversions of this type (made w/o contacting an affected editor) appear intentionally &/or crassly rude, done in the service of some sort of idealism or other. In this case though I can perhaps appreciate the Stern topic might attract some vandalism and warrants some vigilance. But until you can demonstrate some more conclusive non-verifiability, I do ask that you return my work- and then leave it in place. How else can it be developed? I do intend to continue to work on the new section where I left off, with my content reinstated, and I do ask that you facilitate this by replacing my work, or give valid reasons why you should not. WP needs editors who can cultivate relationships with other editors and their work- not 'bots". In the future should you have any objections to others' attempts at writing, you now have the descriptors of a considerate editor to guide your better efforts.
As mentioned, I gave further reasoning at the talk page link above. Thank you and good editing. May your wishes be fulfilling. Hilarleo Hey,L.E.O. 07:06, 16 March 2011 (UTC)

Hi, Amigo (Hello, Friend)[edit]

Not because you like to destroy everything that I add to the page of Manzarek-Krieger, can you tell me that you do that? And associados acts are not members of the band, is rather that touched bands or bands belong to the band members — Preceding unsigned comment added by Antonio Aw (talkcontribs) 23:40, 24 March 2011 (UTC)

Hi, have you looked at the discussion about the World Tour on the Talk page of the article. I asked a third party to review our differences and he stated that a paragraph about the tour was sufficient, a detailed list could be considered a advertising which is against Wikipedia policy. If you still do not agree, we can take our dispute to the next level of arbitration.
With regard to associated acts, from what I understand Mark Farner doesn't fit the definition of Associated Acts. From Template:Infobox musical artist, Associated acts are:

::..professional relationships with other musicians or bands that are significant and notable to this artist's career.

This field can include, for example, any of the following:
  • For individuals: groups of which he or she has been a member
  • Other acts with which this act has collaborated on multiple occasions, or on an album, or toured with as a single collaboration act playing together
  • Groups which have spun off from this group
  • A group from which this group has spun off
The following uses of this field should be avoided:
  • Association of groups with members' solo careers
  • Groups with only one member in common
  • Association of producers, managers, etc. (who are themselves acts) with other acts (unless the act essentially belongs to the producer, as in the case of a studio orchestra formed by and working exclusively with a producer)
  • One-time collaboration for a single, or on a single song
  • Groups that are merely similar

Wkharrisjr (talk) 03:16, 25 March 2011 (UTC)

Because...[edit]

I ended up on the wrong page. I'm sure I'm not the only one. Perhaps it should be "not to be confused with". Maury Markowitz (talk) 10:43, 1 April 2011 (UTC)

Madisonville, Kentucky[edit]

You have NO idea how much I regret wasting my time trying to help. You waited all of SEVEN MINUTES before deleting that table, without bothering to even discuss it. The next time I see anything regarding a small town, I'll just mark it speedy delete and reference you as the 'expert' that everything regarding small towns is obviously 'too much information' and a waste of space. Congratulations - I'm sure you must be very proud of yourself. Flatterworld (talk) 16:38, 10 April 2011 (UTC)

Blanking own talk page[edit]

is allowed in most cases. Please read WP:OWNTALK and don't revert when unwarranted. Materialscientist (talk) 03:50, 10 May 2011 (UTC)

Sorry but since this was an active vandal, I thought he was thinking he could cover his trial. I'll remember next time that blanking one's own comment page is acceptable. Wkharrisjr (talk) 03:52, 10 May 2011 (UTC)
Blanking might seem misleading, but admins do know that. For example, when I check contributions, I pay attention to edits to their own talk, and removal of warnings usually indicates that the user is experienced in whatever they are doing. I know many others do the same. Cheers. Materialscientist (talk) 03:56, 10 May 2011 (UTC)
It looks like User:Stankfingur has returned under a slightly different name, User:Stunkfingur. Indentical vandalismm to Arab,Alabama.19:25, 10 May 2011 (UTC)

Godspell[edit]

As I've seen you edit there, I think we have some nonsense here.[2]. ?? MachoCarioca (talk) 14:42, 29 May 2011 (UTC)

Uncle Tom's Cabinl[edit]

Was confused about reverting edit to Fugitive Slave Law, since the link I added was to the serialization of UTC in the National Era, a good educational source. Critic11 (talk) 19:09, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

I added another reference -- I hope this suffices. Send me a message if it doesn't. Thank you for being such a thorough editor!Critic11 (talk) 19:19, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

Let me play around with the citation, but it looks better.Wkharrisjr (talk) 19:24, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

I have to disagree -- sending Wiki users to a book isn't as helpful as sending them to a reputable online source. Can you use the other ones please? I don't want to challenge you on this but seriously, an online source is MUCH more helpful. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Critic11 (talkcontribs) 19:41, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

I'm not sure about that- I've always viewed published references as preferable as they are more likely to have been reviewed and fact-checked. Too many internet references seem circular; more than once I've gone in circles trying to trace the source of some "fact" I've found on the 'net. I did cite (and link )a book available via Google books and anyone interested in researching the statement can dig into the source material.Wkharrisjr (talk) 19:47, 28 June 2011 (UTC)

I formated your citation to the internet page and I moved the link to Uncle Tom's Cabin" to the external link section.Wkharrisjr (talk) 20:04, 28 June 2011 (UTC)


Billy Joel[edit]

hi dear why you edited that billy joel are circumcised and he is also atheist — Preceding unsigned comment added by 182.182.115.151 (talk) 17:50, 22 July 2011 (UTC)

I think you have the wrong person. I made no such edit.Wkharrisjr (talk) 17:53, 22 July 2011 (UTC)


National Register of Historic Places listings in New Castle County, Delaware[edit]

I think I'll put back the photo of the non-extant Killgore properties that you removed, as well as the link to the non-existant articles. I work regularly with WP:NRHP and have taken half or more of the photos of NRHP sites in Wilmington and New Castle County. Odd as it seems, the common practice at WP:NRHP is to put in photos of the sites of demolished buildings. The reason is simply so that folks know what's there, and we can demonstrate to the NRHP that they need to update their lists. I can certainly get some fellow project members to explain this better, if you want more clarification. The only thing unusual here is that I managed to get two non-extant sites in the same photo!

BTW, I searched high and low (but not high enough) for the Newport railroad station. I later figured out where it is (was) supposed to be. Do you know whether it is still there? Is there any public access that you know of? Smallbones (talk) 20:59, 5 October 2011 (UTC)

OK, I learned something new today. However, shouldn't the picture of the old Killgore Hall building be the empty lot across the street from Minquas Fire Company where Wroten's Hardware once stood as I believe this was the Killgore buildings?
I don't know much about the old Newport Railroad station. I think I remember seeing a glimpse of it years ago, but I assume it was turn down. From what I understand, the stations in Stanton and Kiamensi were almost identical structures. Alas, these were torn down years ago. My father grew up on James Street just a block away fromthe station; I'll have to check the old family photos to see if tehre might be a picture of the station. Wkharrisjr (talk) 13:00, 6 October 2011 (UTC)
That would be great if you could find a photo of the train station!
Photographing things that aren't there, aka the sites of "non-extant buildings" does have it's difficulties. Maybe you can tell me if my logic has failed here. See File:Minquas FD Newport DE.jpg. I'm facing south, with James Street just outside of the frame to the left. The building just behind me is 113 N. James and I'm just a few yards south of it with about 20 yards to the corner. Killgore Hall is supposed to be 101 N. James - which I figure must be the corner about where the "available" sign is. The Killgore House was 107 N. James which must be between me and the sign. This seems to jibe with the NRHP nomination forms. The only question mark is the coords given (which are exactly the same for both sites!). They'd be just off to the right of the photo. But there are quite often NRHP coords that are say 30-40 yards off, so it's probably at the corner. This type of thing sometimes borders OR, so do please let me know where I went wrong.
Any help appreciated. Smallbones (talk) 23:54, 6 October 2011 (UTC)
The empty lot you noted was the former location of Wroten's Hardware, which I am led to believe was the final incarnation of both buildings. I recall that Wroten's was a ramshackle affair; I assume a later addition connected the two buildings. So, yes, I think the NRHP coordinates are not correct. When as the building nominated for NRHP? It was probably before GPS systems were available and were a "guesstimate" from a larger map.
The only thing that doesn't jibe with my memory is the location of the Killgore House. I don't remember theri being a house north of Wroten's on James Street but I think I remember one bing west of it on Justis Street. Again it could just be my memory playing tricks on me.
I'll have to dig around and see if we might also have an old picture of Wroten's in the family pictures.
One final thought. If you don't mind, I'll try to get a better piture for the Newport Info box. I assume you are the one who inserted the Minquas Fire Hall picture. Perhaps I get take a picture of the Town Building or the water tower.Wkharrisjr (talk) 15:23, 7 October 2011 (UTC)
Doing a little research, I note that the NRHP report was filed in 1993, before the GPS era, so that could explain the positioning error. And yes, the Killgore House was north of Killgore Hall, so my memory is slipping. One question though, what are Wikipedia policies regarding the use of photos in the NRHP reports? There are nice pictures of both buildings in the reports.Wkharrisjr (talk) 15:59, 7 October 2011 (UTC)
Please do get a better pic for the infobox. I tried long and hard to try to get us to use the NRHP photos, but the feeling is that they are NOT produced by the NRHP but by private individuals who then submit them to the NRHP. I even tried to get the pre-1976 (or some such year) in because they were published without a copyright when that was required. I still think I'm right (they are public records similar to court cases), but nobody agrees with me. Some exceptions, some - not many photo are taken directly by NRHP people or by HABS (federal employees), sometimes there are pre-1923 photos included, etc. Thanks for the help. Smallbones (talk) 02:25, 8 October 2011 (UTC)

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Yossef Ben-Jochannan[edit]

Hi, I don't edit wikipedia usually and as such, do not know the exact rules. However, I find it highly problematic that every dubious claim this individual made in an interview is then presented as fact. I understand that it was published, but it was simply an interview on a website.

If the rules dictate that the article should stay as is, then perhaps wikipedia needs to do something. The rules being this way would mean that any individual who makes dubious claims with no support can have them presented as fact on wikipedia. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 99.241.93.245 (talk) 18:12, 30 March 2012 (UTC)

AfD for No-Cash[edit]

I don't know if this was a programming bug or you just did the nomination wrong, but you re-opened an old afd Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/No-Cash. Instead you should open a new nomination. Twinkle would probably be the easiest way to do this in the future. For now I'm going to just renominate it for you, so it will be at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/No-Cash (2nd nomination). Shadowjams (talk) 21:27, 29 April 2012 (UTC)

Thanks. It's been a while since I nominated an AfD and something didn't look right as I was processing the nomination.Wkharrisjr (talk) 10:51, 30 April 2012 (UTC)

New Jersey elected official templates[edit]

These templates that have been removed from the article for Millville, New Jersey are used as a standard for all 566 municipalities. Consensus is that information about the elected officials who represent a municipality is always relevant to the corresponding Wikipedia article. Alansohn (talk) 18:49, 18 May 2012 (UTC)

Could you point me to this discussion as this is not standard practice in other states.Wkharrisjr (talk) 19:04, 18 May 2012 (UTC)
See WT:NJ and take a look at the other 565 articles on the list of municipalities in New Jersey. Regarding references and the replacement of valid references with citation templates, Wikipedia:Citing sources#Citation templates and tools states that "The use of citation templates is neither encouraged nor discouraged: an article should not be switched between templated and non-templated citations without good reason and consensus...", referring to earlier in the document where it states "when adding citations, to try to follow the system and style already in use in the article." Using templates does not make the article "better", and if templates are not used throughout the article are only inconsistent and confusing. If a source is a bare inline link it might be worthwhile, but using one's time to reformat an existing reference to use a template is an unnecessary waste of time. Alansohn (talk) 19:19, 18 May 2012 (UTC)
In thinking about my actions and re-reading my comments I realize that I have been quite WP:BITEy. I am not enamored with citation templates, while others (yourself included) prefer their use. As I see it, reformatting a source to use a template might be "better" than using a non-templated reference, but adding a source where none existed before is a gigantic improvement to an article. The benefits of adding sources where none existed (as I see it) are simply so much greater than the benefit of using templates to reformat existing references, and Wikipedia:Citing sources#Citation templates and tools makes it clear that the benefit of changing standards might well be non-existent, that I just won't do it. You clearly have an interest in and knowledge about these subjects and I hope that you will continue to edit and genuinely improve these articles by finding and adding new sources to back up unsourced material. Please accept my apologies if any offense was taken by my words or actions. Alansohn (talk) 18:34, 22 May 2012 (UTC)
No offense really taken. I am a casual editor and you are obviously much more passionate about the topic and so I defer to your opinions. You are right that our foucs should be on improving the citations themselves rather than the format of existing citations. Honestly, I never knew there was backlash against the citation templates until now; I just assumed that they existed to provide a cleaner and more consistent appearance to the citations. (My pet peeve is bare urls as citations). If it wasn't for your comments I would still not have know of the issues and will be more sensitive in the future.Wkharrisjr (talk) 03:20, 23 May 2012 (UTC)

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Calloway County High School[edit]

You need to take another look at your copy edit here. Tiderolls 01:35, 4 August 2012 (UTC)

Teofila Ludwika Zasławska[edit]

Hello Wkharrisjr. I replied at my talk page. Sorry for the belated answer, I was offline. --Vejvančický (talk | contribs) 08:15, 10 August 2012 (UTC)

Can you explain this?[edit]

[3] Can you explain this edit? Statυs (talk) 16:19, 13 August 2012 (UTC)

The edited information from the lede was repeated, almost verbatim, in the article. Since it is such a short article, there is no need to repeat.Wkharrisjr (talk) 17:35, 13 August 2012 (UTC)

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Arcata, California[edit]

Hi, I reverted your edit to the notable people of Arcata, California today because those people already have wiki articles about them, there's no reason to - nor is it conventionally done on wiki - to put a mini bio for each one also in their place of notability. It could be done "John Smith - baseball player" but not dates or three types of job description for each person; that's for their own wiki pages! Ellin Beltz (talk) 03:26, 20 September 2012 (UTC)

Hi. I just cut the first line form the Wiki articles and pasted them to the names. I agree that a detailed description is not needed, but a brief summary is nice as it gives the ready an idea in what field this person is notable and might encourage further investigation by the reader. Wkharrisjr (talk) 12:40, 20 September 2012 (UTC)

Serafina di dio[edit]

Thanks for looking at the article. I am a comparative 'Newbie'.

In every case where you have asked for in-line citations, I have precis-ed the information which I obtained from the official Carmelite website http://ocarm.org/en/content/liturgy/seraphina-di-dio-serafina-god-1621-1699

This is referenced in the "references" section.

Should I put a footnote to this at each spot? I'll wait a day or so for an answer before I do anything.

BTW is this the way to communicate with you? (PatrickGuadalupe (talk) 10:38, 20 September 2012 (UTC))

Welcome aboard! Definitely add the footnotes where the "citation needed" shows up in the text. It would also be great if you could find another source of information- generally speaking, the more good sources an article has, the better it is. Wkharrisjr (talk) 12:37, 20 September 2012 (UTC)

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The source is still there, but it mentions a specific number, so I just added that in. Because right now we have contradictory numbers (link says 55% of the nation is Muslim whereas the graph says it's 38%). The source is reliable, and it quotes the President of Bashkortostan saying the nation is 55%. 68.150.245.177 (talk) 05:25, 29 January 2013 (UTC)

I quickly scanned the article and the number 55% did not jump out at me. I'll go back and re-read it more carefully. Thanks! Wkharrisjr (talk) 13:37, 29 January 2013 (UTC)

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Yes, Phillies have a lot of owners, but every baseball team has a lot of owners. There's usually a dedicated page for a team listing all the owners and companies. The sidebar, to me anyway, is to offer quick highlights, and for owners specifically, to indicate who the controlling or majority owner(s) is. Otherwise the sidebar gets too bogged down. I also don't think you're supposed to source sidebar information, as sources can be put in the main article that the sidebar is summarizing. I could be wrong, and if you don't agree, undo what I undid and I won't fight you anymore. Kaiserthegreat (talk) 23:58, 8 February 2013 (UTC)

I think this is something that should be discussed on the all age. I'm changing it back, but if you want to bring it to the talk page, I'll abide by the group concensous. Wkharrisjr (talk) 03:18, 9 February 2013 (UTC)
What's the "all age?" Kaiserthegreat (talk) 17:13, 11 February 2013 (UTC)
Dang auto correct. "all age" = "talk page". Wkharrisjr (talk) 20:57, 11 February 2013 (UTC)

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I am not sure why I am blocked. I have been attempting dialog with the party I reported, even offering suggestions, but the other party continued to revert my changes without dialog. Please remove my block.

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I guess I'm confused as to why I was blocked as I thought I had taken good faith efforts to resolve the issue but the other party would not respond to my efforts. For further references, what should have done differently so as not too have been blocked. Wkharrisjr (talk) 02:28, 3 March 2013 (UTC)

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Refimprove tag on Pierre Brossolette's article[edit]

Hi I' ve noticed your tag addition on this article and I would ask you to be more specific on what pasages did struck you as poorly referenced. The article is dense and bottom references are plenty, so adding inline references by page may substantially decrease readabiity. The best would be to have your valuable feedback, especially from a Philly far away from French politics intricacies and from European WWII details. Bizcayen (talk) 20:30, 27 March 2013 (UTC)

Hi, your refimprove tagging may have brought a valuable help from a top wiki editor/reviewer User talk:Dthomsen8 that cleaned ‎ up some stuff but no real remarks about referencing. On the contrary, I ve asked on his talk page for some feedback and he actually stated the inline referencing seemed pretty good. I would thus reiterate my request for some specific feedback for improvement, otherwise it seems like it should be removed as not bringing any constructive upside. Bizcayen (talk) 20:24, 4 April 2013 (UTC)

Feel free to remove the tag if yo think the referencing is suuficient.Wkharrisjr (talk) 20:27, 4 April 2013 (UTC)
Thanks, will do, but also keep in mind your valuable feedback. rgds Bizcayen (talk) 20:53, 5 April 2013 (UTC)

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Thank you for removing George Thurogood from New Castle, Delaware‎. After a long day of editing, I got the town confused with the county! Peaceray (talk) 05:07, 2 April 2013 (UTC)

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Thank you for your contributions. One of your recent contributions to Mario Poli has been reverted or removed, because it contains speculative or unconfirmed information about a future event. Please only add material about future events if it is verifiable, based on a reference to a reliable source. Thank you. Elizium23 (talk) 23:00, 4 April 2013 (UTC)

I beg to differ. CatholicHierarchy.com lists him as the current archbishop of Buenos Aires. Roman Catholic canon law states that one assumes a see when appointed by the Pope. The installation is a formality. For example, Franics became the Bishop of Rome upon his election even though the installation mass did not occur until almost a week later. Wkharrisjr (talk) 12:37, 5 April 2013 (UTC)

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Hey, can you help me on some grammar stuff.[edit]

Thanks for fixing my grammar in the article of George John Dasch. MY grammar is a big awful btw. I was just wondering if you can check for grammar error for an article I created. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operations_Ginny_I_and_II XXzoonamiXX (talk) 22:36, 1 August 2013 (UTC)

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BTW, can you fix this? It doesn't feel what no matter how I see it. The article has an image description that say this. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Greif#Aftermath

"Pernass, Billing, and Schmidt were lined up for execution by firing squad after being convicted by a military court for wearing U.S. uniforms caught behind U.S. lines during the Battle of the Bulge."

See the last sentence? "after being convicted by a military court for wearing U.S. uniforms caught behind U.S. lines during the Battle of the Bulge."

It didn't feel it has the right kick to it. iI is not grammatically correct. BTW, don't change to just "wearing uniforms during the Battle of the Bulge" because it implicates that enemy soldiers caught behind their own lines and get shot for just uniforms of a belligerent when in fact if you're caught behind lines of a belligerent in their uniforms, you get shot. Try and make it a little bit more sense for me. Thanks.XXzoonamiXX (talk) 21:04, 2 August 2013 (UTC)

I was busy this weekend with an emergency and some family activities. I'll try to take a look at this in the next few days. Wkharrisjr (talk) 12:22, 5 August 2013 (UTC)

Some baklava for you![edit]

Baklava - Turkish special, 80-ply.JPEG Thanks for your help with William Cullen Wilcox - good changes. I'm hoping to put this forward for DYK in next few days and will credit you - meanwhile enjoy the baklava Victuallers (talk) 10:25, 2 August 2013 (UTC)
Yum! Thanks! Wkharrisjr (talk) 12:09, 2 August 2013 (UTC)

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Re:Question about access date[edit]

Absolutely, 99% of the time I would include an accessdate - however for offline sources if you include an accessdate without a url parameter then you get an error message at the bottom of the page asking for a url. The only way to get rid of it is to remove the access date or add a url. Miyagawa (talk) 20:05, 10 September 2013 (UTC)

D'oh! I knew that! I guess I didn't notice that the cited reference didn't have a valid url. Thanks for clarifying that for me!

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I'm not sure why you changed it but I can send you pictures to show that it hasn't been dismantled and has been left for mother earth to take care of. I assure you it wasn't "dismantled". The article is not accurate. Portions are now gone, but dismantled implies that it's not there. It surely is. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Shamtown (talkcontribs) 14:19, 8 October 2013 (UTC)

The edit was to remove editorializing- "and was left to rot, causing a hazard to the citizenry." could be be interpreted as being an opinion, especially the "crating a hazard to the citizenry". You are right, though, I was too aggressive and should have left a re-worded version of the "and was left to rot". See if you think the newest revision is better. Thanks! Wkharrisjr (talk) 14:45, 8 October 2013 (UTC)
Looks good! Thanks! Shamtown —Preceding undated comment added 17:04, 12 October 2013 (UTC)

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Hi Wkharrisjr, I saw yesterday you reported 74.203.156.189 at AIV for vandalism, and I declined as there was only one instance of vandalism in the past day. I see you reported it again this morning, and it got blocked... is it normal to do that, re-report an IP that was declined? I'm a new admin and I'm still getting used to the standards of what is sanctionable and what isn't, so my question is genuine... I'd like to be able to handle AIV reports correctly the first time. Thanks... Zad68 12:48, 9 October 2013 (UTC)

I didn't see that it got declined. I guess I am at times a little too aggressive with reporting vandalism, especially when it it obviously kids fooling around on a school account.Wkharrisjr (talk) 13:31, 9 October 2013 (UTC)
Yup, OK... But the admin who did end up blocking is very experienced at AIV, so I have a question in to them about how to handle those kinds of vandalism reports. Thanks for patrolling... Zad68 13:36, 9 October 2013 (UTC)

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Thanks for the follow-up explanation. At this point, I assumed that the article was rejected. TYpos are a bane of my existance, both in Wikipeida and in the real world. Wkharrisjr (talk) 20:56, 17 December 2013 (UTC)

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