Talk:Sean Slemon

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Links to nonexistent articles in other Wikipedias[edit]

The very first version of this article, by Artsojourner, had eight links to "Sean Slemon" in Wikipedias of various languages (Czech, German, etc.). They lasted till a few minutes ago, when I clicked on them and found that every one of them led to an "article does not exist" page. I don't know why they were made. Anyway, I've just now deleted the lot.

This deletion felt strangely familiar. -- Hoary (talk) 05:52, 6 December 2007 (UTC)

Quote by Coffelt[edit]

Here's what the article told us:

* "He gains insight through these pre-existing information sources that posits imaginary boundaries and artificial aesthetic concerns assimilating ways to invoke viewer response." -[[Jon Coffelt]] [http://www.schedlerminchin.com/events.asp?ac=ind&event=7936]

I found that hard to parse. "Posits", with an "s" on the end: So it's not "these [which?] pre-existing information sources" but his insight that posits this and that. Boundaries aside, his insight posits artificial [in contradistinction to naturally occurring?] aesthetic concerns assimilating ways [which ways?] -- I gave up.

There's no point quoting something that's so obscure (or just so badly written).

I clicked on the link. The linked page doesn't even mention Slemon. The same page was given as the "source" for another assertion about Slemon. I removed that too. -- Hoary (talk) 02:21, 8 September 2009 (UTC)

Notable enough to Keep?[edit]

Does this page qualify for Wikipedia? Does it meet the notablility requirements? SM Sophiahounslow (talk) 09:00, 16 August 2013 (UTC)

Actually, ignore my last comment - this does look notable enough. Sophiahounslow (talk) 09:02, 16 August 2013 (UTC)

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