User talk:203.87.64.214/Archive 1

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Hello, and welcome to Wikipedia! We welcome and appreciate your contributions, such as Lacey Chabert, but we regretfully cannot accept original research. Please find and add a reliable citation to your recent edit so we can verify your work. Uncited information may be removed at any time. Thanks for your efforts, and happy editing! --Yamla 14:46, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

The Chronicles of Narnia (film series)

I have removed the section detailing Pullman's criticism since it was not widely noted at the time nor is it particularly notable. Since his criticism of the movies is in essence an extension of his criticism of the books it makes more sense to mention it in the book article. On the other hand, a number of reviews, positive and negative, are mentioned on The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe page so perhaps a breif (i.e. one sentence) mention of Pullman would be appropriate there. Eluchil404 07:30, 10 October 2006 (UTC)

Homophobia personal attack statement

As a Bisexual that is quite comfortable with my sexuality (A brief look at my Userpage would have revealed this) I find the edit you made against me incredibly Uncivil. At no point was myself or others Uncivil towards you, although by your most recent comments it seems to have been very tough to hold back. Please remember civility in the future. Jacobshaven3 05:18, 22 January 2007 (UTC)

Please do not continue to breach WP:CIVIL and WP:NPA. I apologise if you believe I have censured you severely or angrily, it was not my intention. Have a good day. Jacobshaven3 10:58, 24 January 2007 (UTC)
I apologise if you believe I have been Uncivil and broken NPA myself, and ask you to show me evidence of this so I can prevent myself from making such actions to another. Thank you in advance. Jacobshaven3 18:43, 25 January 2007 (UTC)
I reposted the statements here because they were my own comments, and, even if I had to remove the dates, I would have reposted them anyway as my own comments made towards another. Since our disagreement is still on going, it seemed the only logical thing to do.
Your opening comment was not, "Please could someone add a summary of the sexuality controversy surrounding zachs character," or anything of the like. It was, and I quote,
"Why is there still no mention on the decision to "de-gay" the character of Zach. Omitting this information from the article is clearly POV. It is "important" given that the producers felt the need to make a public statement about the issue. To ignore is clearly one-sided."
You presumed that we had chosen to say nothing, wheras the topic is, albeit weakly covered, still covered in was already character page. You attacked us by saying that by not including the information, we were being one sided about it, and that we were on purposely making the article POV. How is any of that not Uncivil, and how is it not a personal attack against the group. On top of that, how can you say calling someone Homophobic is neither uncivil and not a personal attack, especially with no proof other than my comments. Jacobshaven3 09:01, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

Please Do Not Remove Warnings

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Don't remove others' comments from talk pages

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With respect to your removal of comments at Talk:Left Behind, you have a pretty broad definition of hate speech. JChap2007 03:17, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

Blanking

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Legal threats

I've blocked you for the implied legal threat that you posted on my user talk, as well as your own. Right now, this block is only for 48 hours, and I will set this page's protection to expire at that time. Please use this time to read WP:NLT, WP:CIVIL, and other guidelines.—Ryūlóng () 01:35, 4 February 2007 (UTC)