Regarding your changes to the Wal-Mart article; while your input is always appreciated, you may be unaware that Wikipedia strives for a neutral point of view and a high level of factual accuracy. Claims such as Wal-Mart closing down stores as a reaction to unionization need legitimate documentation and must be presesnted from a scholarly perspective -- I myself find Wal-Mart a dishonest corporation, but the article is not the place for me to voice my opinions. Please take a look at the tutorial for more details on editing, and please consider creating a user account here so you can become a more permanent part of the Wikipedia. We're always happy to welcome those interested in contributing. Deadsalmon 04:17, 1 November 2005 (UTC)
- Please stop trying to force your ideas through the article. Four different authors have reverted your edits at the time because they have felt you violate NPOV policy. If you will examine the changes I made, I did not delete your entries but instead moved them in the interests of coherency; they were scattered across the section. Wikipedia is a collaborative project and is based upon the input of several authors, not just one individual trying to force his ideas; despite what you seem to think, there is not a Wal-Mart conspiracy against your contributions, only the requirements of documentation, neutrality, and sensibility. Please visit the Wal-Mart talk page to discuss significant changes, and hold off on your re-reverts. Deadsalmon 06:26, 1 November 2005 (UTC)
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