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In case you haven't noticed, first, I didn't take the side of the editors whom you say were hounding J. Doug McLean. On the contrary, I said that their efforts to topic-ban him were improper. Second, on the other hand, I don't have a positive attitude toward editors who appear to be unregistered editors but have a very detailed knowledge of Wikipedia policies. I agree that the policies that you cite are valid and do apply, but who are you? Why do you edit from shifting IPs? You appear to be a block-evading or ban-evading sock-puppet. If you really just have never chosen to register, and now want to participate seriously in Wikipedia, register an account, and explain why you have preferred to be an IP all this time. If you are a blocked or banned user, serve your time rather than contributing to existing disruption. I was planning to provide one more post offering advice to all of the noisy posters, including the one who may be an expert. I still probably will, but I am sufficiently annoyed at being pinged by a sock-puppet that I am about to request semi-protection of my talk page. Robert McClenon (talk) 14:06, 11 March 2015 (UTC)
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