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New York City Subway[edit]

As you aren't in the penalty yet, I should warn you, about this, Wikipedia:Edit warring. If the other user reverts it again, hopefully, you two can settle it in a discussion.--iGeMiNix 06:12, 20 November 2012 (UTC) Thank you for ignoring the comment and focusing more on the action versus the actual encyclopeadic non-reference (very typical of Wikipedia 'editors'). So I can sign in and make the same change, so long as a sign-in is made to it? (talk) 17:23, 20 November 2012 (UTC)

No, if they check that you are the same user. You can still be blocked. If you have a problem with the content of the page, leave a note on the talk page. I don't know if your edit is correct or not because I do not know anything about San Francisco, but I know that rules are rules and whether if you are correct or not, edit warring is not a way to solve a conflict. If you do not want to follow the rules, then whatever happens is going to be on you solely.--iGeMiNix 17:34, 20 November 2012 (UTC)
That's because you ignored the actual comment as stated before. A Disc section has been added, where you can see the actual evidence of any proper cite. Also, the paragraph 'undo' in the article used poor grammar, not that that's an issue on Wiki. (talk) 17:35, 20 November 2012 (UTC)
It is nice that you are passionate about this issue. But since your attitude is the way it is, well, good luck with editing on here. I am also going to assume Grammarcop 1 is your username right? We have already a few editors that vandalize the articles so forgive me for trying to reach out to an editor to actually have a conversation instead of edit warring.--iGeMiNix 17:42, 20 November 2012 (UTC)
Yes, Grammarcop1 is me, but I was unclear that I actually needed to report that (although my apologies if that is in fact the case), and didn't know how anyway, nor do I know how to 'merge' edits from one account with another. (talk) 00:14, 21 November 2012 (UTC)