Talk:Marc Laidlaw

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the 2nd and 3rd paragraph in the biography doesn't make sense.

"...he plays games like anybody. works as a legal secretary

"being around game designers.."

WTF?!?

I am hesistant to edit it but it doesn't seem especially relevant who he shares an office with.


It makes a difference because those are the guys from oldmanmurray.com, if you knew games you would know it was relevant (and if you didn't why remove it?). Mr Laidlaw has even updated his bio on the valvesoftware.com page to reflect the office and writing duty sharing.

Also, the pages for Marc Laidlaw and The 37th Mandala conflict. The page for Marc Laidlaw says that there are 3 of his books in Half-Life, but the page for The 37th Mandala says that there are 2.

Deletion notice[edit]

Since the article does have references and list sources, why is this article been tagged for deletion? Christopher Rath (talk) 16:03, 3 March 2011 (UTC)