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Clearing the air[edit]

Hi there.

I was not wanting to get you off side about the juridicial/juridical/judicial thing. But if you take a step back and see it from another's point of view, you'll perhaps understand why I made my final remark.

I totally acknowledge you didn't start the discussion. Karanne did. She headed the thread "Juridicial?". I'll call that Word A. She wondered whether its appearance in the article shouldn't be "Judicial". I’ll call that Word B.

At this point you entered, and also noted that Word A was in the article but agreed it should be Word B, and you'd be changing it if there were no objections.

Enter Jack of Oz. I did not check the article at this stage, but took the foregoing discussion at face value. I made the point that the word "Juridical" also exists, and I linked to its wiktionary entry. I'll call this Word C. Your response did not suggest to me that you understood this to be either of the words previously mentioned. That is, you accepted that Word C was different from Word A.

Only then did I check the article, but I could find no appearance of Word A, or any evidence it had ever been there, despite you and Karanne having agreed that it was there. You responded with surprise, reiterating that Word A was there, and even copied it and used quotes.

SMP0328 said that Word C was there, and I agreed.

At this point I decided to check elsewhere. I went to the Wikipedia Reference desk/Computing and asked if it is possible for 2 users reading the same article at the same time can see the same word but spelt in different ways (see here). I'd never heard of any such thing, but my IT knowledge is hardly cutting edge. That brought Nil Einne into the discussion. He had a theory as to what was going on.

Then you came back and copied and pasted the word in question again. But this time, hey presto, it had changed from Word A to Word C. But there was no explanation of that change, or even any acknowledgement from you that it had in fact changed.

That's when I piped up again and pointed out that you'd changed your story. You accepted that, but in doing so, you painted a misleading and confusing picture of the error you'd actually made. So, just for the record and posterity, I thought it was prudent to set that particular bit of the record straight. Then I got to the real nub of the question and provided my input, to which you readily agreed.

It seems to me the confusion goes right back to the very start of the thread. Karanne made the spelling error, but your responses, so far from correcting it, unfortunately reinforced it. That was why I was wondering whose eyes were in need of checking.

I suppose there's a message in there somewhere about people being responsible for the words they actually type, as opposed to the words they have in their head, but I'll leave that for you to work out.

So, all cool now, I hope. Cheers. -- Jack of Oz [pleasantries] 07:19, 16 September 2013 (UTC)

Thank you for the play-by-play for a conversation I was apart of. But yes, it's fine.Zdawg1029 (talk) 20:02, 16 September 2013 (UTC)

Head Coaches[edit]

Current Team

Coach

Accomplishments

Arizona Cardinals

Bruce Arians

(XL) Pittsburgh Steelers (QB)

(XLIII) Pittsburgh Steelers (OC)

Atlanta Falcons

Mike Smith

(XXXV) Baltimore Ravens (DA/DL)

Baltimore Ravens

John Harbaugh

(XLVII) Baltimore Ravens (HC)

Buffalo Bills

Doug Marrone


Carolina Panthers

Ron Rivera

(XX) Chicago Bears (Player)

Chicago Bears

Marc Trestman


Cincinnati Bengals

Marvin Lewis

(XXXV) Baltimore Ravens (DC)

Cleveland Browns

Rod Chudzinski


Dallas Cowboys

Jason Garrett

(XXVIII) Dallas Cowboys (Player)

(XXX) Dallas Cowboys (Player)

Denver Broncos

John Fox


Detroit Lions

Jim Schwartz


Green Bay Packers

Mike McCarthy

(XLV) Green Bay Packers (HC)

Houston Texans

Gary Kubiak

(XXIX) San Francisco 49ers (QC)

(XXXII) Denver Broncos (OC/QC)

(XXXIII) Denver Broncos (OC/QC)

Indianapolis Colts

Chuck Pagano


Jacksonville Jaguars

Gus Bradley


Kansas City Chiefs

Andy Reid

(XXXI) Green Bay Packers (TE/Asst. OL)

Miami Dolphins

Joe Philbin

(XLV) Green Bay Packers (OC)

Minnesota Vikings

Leslie Frazier

(XX) Chicago Bears (Player)

(XLI) Indianapolis Colts (Asst. HC/DB)

New England Patriots

Bill Belichick

(XXI) New York Giants (DC)

(XXV) New York Giants (DC)

(XXXVI) New England Patriots (HC)

(XXXVIII) New England Patriots (HC)

(XXXIX) New England Patriots (HC)

New Orleans Saints

Sean Payton

(XLIV) New Orleans Saints (HC)

New York Giants

Tom Coughlin

(XXV) New York Giants (WR)

(XLII) New York Giants (HC)

(XLVI) New York Giants (HC)

New York Jets

Rex Ryan

(XXXV) Baltimore Ravens (DL)

Oakland Raiders

Dennis Allen


Philadelphia Eagles

Chip Kelly


Pittsburgh Steelers

Mike Tomlin

(XXXVII) Tampa Bay Buccaneers (DB)

(XLIII) Pittsburgh Steelers (HC)

San Diego Chargers

Mike McCoy


San Francisco 49ers

Jim Harbaugh


Seattle Seahawks

Pete Carrol


St. Louis Rams

Jeff Fisher

(XX) Chicago Bears (Player/DA)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Greg Schiano


Tennessee Titans

Mike Munchak


Washington Redskins

Mike Shanahan

(XXIX) San Francisco 49ers (OC)

(XXXII) Denver Broncos (HC)

(XXXIII) Denver Broncos (HC


Zdawg1029 (talk) 04:09, 22 September 2013 (UTC)

Not much help[edit]

I left a couple comments back at my talkpage....I'll watch the page and see what you come up with.--MONGO 18:02, 25 September 2013 (UTC)

Duck Dynasty[edit]

In regards to Korie Robertson's birthdate, if you search the book "The Duck Commander Family" in Google Books and go to page 35, you will see it. As for the rest, I am still working on them. Thank you. Tannerbc11 (talk) 02:28, 30 September 2013 (UTC)

2013 NFL season assertion[edit]

You recently added a comment to the 2013 NFL season article that the upcoming Super Bowl "will be the first cold weather Super Bowl the NFL has held." This statement is not technically true since 1) the Super Bowl has been held in sites such as Minnesota and Detroit in the past, and 2) no one knows for sure that the weather will be cold for this game. I understand the point you are trying to make, which is that it will be the first SB played at an outdoor stadium in a location which typically has cold winters, which is why I didn't just remove the (unreferenced) remark from the article. I'll give you a chance to clarify your statement, and add a citation of a reliable reference to back it up. Thanks! — DeeJayK (talk) 18:51, 3 October 2013 (UTC)

Thanks for making the change. I agree it's very likely to be cold, but you never know. — DeeJayK (talk) 19:31, 3 October 2013 (UTC)

The Falling Man[edit]

Hi, your edit was unsourced and disagreed with multiple references in the article, so I undid it, but if there are good sources for the lower number of jumpers, please do put it in again. thanks PhilMacD (talk) 13:55, 7 October 2013 (UTC)

Thanks for putting in the references. It's an interesting article. PhilMacD (talk) 13:04, 11 October 2013 (UTC)

9/11 In General[edit]

Hi Zdawg, Thank you so much for your message on my Talk page. My interest stems from watching those terrible events live and having a friend who lost a close relation on United 93. There is quite a lot of interest in the United Kingdom, but in my personal opinion, most seem to think that the alternate version of events is conspiracy theories gone completely mad. I totally agree. I will add my 9/11 interest to my User page. Keep-up the good work. With kind regards, David, David J Johnson (talk) 10:31, 11 October 2013 (UTC)

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Active NFL Head Coach Career Super Bowl History[edit]

It generally is a good idea to add the references. Alert me when you've done that and I'll accept it. buffbills7701 02:13, 13 October 2013 (UTC)

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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Midazolam[edit]

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I wouldn't say I implied anywhere those are the only drugs used. But whatever, fine. Zdawg1029 (talk) 00:49, 1 May 2014 (UTC)

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