User talk:Morton devonshire
- 1 My work here is done
- 2 The mice have grown bold.
- 3 Take Two: Request for change in consensus
- 4 Image:TinFoilHat_Superfriends.jpg listed for deletion
- 5 Image:Kat_man_doo.png listed for deletion
- 6 Image:Morton_hoodie.png listed for deletion
- 7 Fair use rationale for File:Purple punch.jpg
- 8 AfD
- 9 Nomination of Karen Russell for deletion
- 10 Notification of automated file description generation
- 11 ArbCom elections are now open!
My work here is done
Aye, I've been dodging the conclusion for months. Tweaking the PrisonPlanet.com people kept me in the game, but I can't avoid it anymore: There's just not much Wiki-violatin' vanity-conspiracy-spamology left to delete! I leave it to you all to monitor for the time being -- I'm going on an indefinite Wikibreak, and moving on to more productive enterprises. See you all at the Grove! Cheers to all of you, on both sides of the rabbit hole -- it's been a real pleasure. Call me on the Bat Phone if anything comes up.· 19:11, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
- Sad to see you go. You take care man! It has been an interesting venture with you here. Peace to you good friend. JungleCat Shiny!/Oohhh! 19:17, 18 November 2007 (UTC)
- You've done work to be proud of. Take care, Tom Harrison Talk 01:28, 19 November 2007 (UTC)
Hey Morton, just thought you might like to see this piece on you taken from prisonplanet.com; 
The mice have grown bold.
Yes, it's happening again. Eternal vigilance is needed!
- "Conspiracy Theory" is an unencyclopedic term that should be stricken from the lexicon.
- Calling a hoax a hoax is "biased."
Take Two: Request for change in consensus
Take Two: Request for change in consensus. Change title to "Franklin Child Abuse Allegations"
"A small group of editors can reach a consensual decision, but when the article gains wider attention, others may then disagree. The original group should not block further change on grounds that they already have made a decision. No one person, and no (limited) group of people, can unilaterally declare that community consensus has changed, or that it is fixed and determined."
The existing title "Franklin Coverup Hoax" is, in the opinion of many who have commented (Gyrofrog, Awfultin, Wayne, Tom1976, Conexion, Apostle 12), fatally biased. To start out saying that the subject material is a "hoax" is indefensible, especially when that point of view is hardly universal. A specially called county grand jury used the word "hoax;" that is all. And there is ample reason to believe that those who comprised the jury had a vested interest in protecting local people.
In the previous section, various editors commented on their support for, or opposition to, a name change to "Franklin Coverup Incident." Those who commented over the space of several days included Sherurcij, PopeFauveXXIII, Wayne, Orange Mike, Apostle12, and Rosicrucian.
Orange Mike came up with a suggestion: How about "Franklin Child Abuse Allegations"? Neutral, takes no position regarding "hoax" or "coverup" claims.
Image:TinFoilHat_Superfriends.jpg listed for deletion
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Image:Kat_man_doo.png listed for deletion
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Image:Morton_hoodie.png listed for deletion
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Fair use rationale for File:Purple punch.jpg
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Please see: Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/The terrorists have won (2nd nomination).Kitfoxxe (talk) 17:04, 9 March 2010 (UTC)
Nomination of Karen Russell for deletion
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