Talk:GFS Projects

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What’s up with the “citation needed” tag?[edit]

Do whoever put that tag even bother to read references (in any article, not just this one)? It’s right there, near the end of the only live external reference.

From http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-447317/The-flying-saucer-snapped-US-army.html

Geoff's Flying Saucers - the original name for his GFS Projects company - are based on an aerodynamic principle that has been around for nearly 100 years.

Unless newspaper articles are not considered citations. I really think this new Wikipedia practice of attacking articles with “citations needed” is extremely counter-productive and reflect poorly on the lack of diligence of whoever put these tags in.—Gniw (Wing) (talk) 03:47, 24 March 2011 (UTC)