Hello, I noticed that you have gone to several articles and made very critical comments on the talk pages, or made suggestions about what they should contain. (For example, the article on the show "Less Than Perfect")
Just wondering if you understand that YOU can actually edit the articles? This is pretty much the point of the project - to get as many people involved with it as possible. Not many people are an expert on everything, but most of us have an expertise on several subjects, and if we all participate and add to those articles, they'll all become better.
Just my two cents. I know that you are probably well-intentioned in leaving comments about the articles, but I don't know how effective that kind of feedback would be. Normally, if you see something wrong with an article, it's up to you to fix it or add the missing info. Thanks! NickBurns 16:24, 25 October 2006 (UTC)
Is there any reason you keep re-adding "Josh E. is a total mush" to the Nonantum article? Is Josh E. a famous Nonantum resident, or is that a famous Nonantum catchphrase? If you can give me a good explanation in the discussion page, I'll stop reverting it; if not, I'll assume Josh E. is not notable. Would "Frank is a total mush" work as well? --Jere7my 03:36, 22 May 2007 (UTC)
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