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Hey, you added the quote from Stop Smiling magazine on the Martin McDonagh page, and I was just wondering if it's a substantial thing to add.

>If you are interested in McDonagh's work, it is very much so, Yes. In fact, it's the only thing of interest to appear on his page for some time. Do you know why it has been removed?

Your recent edits[edit]

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WP 3RR[edit]

Please read WP:3RR very very carefully regardless of the veracity of your summary lines - before trying another edit - go to the talk pager to state your case or you are close to being blocked - cheers SatuSuro 12:05, 31 August 2010 (UTC)

Further on this...[edit]

In regards to your edit summaries:
  • This constitutes a "significant view ... in a reliable, published sources" newly published august 2010, and at variance with your preferred history presented here
  • This provides a fascinating counter history to that provided here by Javanese writers. A plurality of voices is to be welcomed
I am not aware of any Javanese editors on the Papua pages - at least, not of any significant lasting edits. I myself am not Javanese. I'm not even Indonesian. Even if I was, using that against me as you have shows your assumption of my bad faith - see WP:AGF. As for calling the article "your preferred history", the article was largely written by User:Daeron and his multiple IP accounts (see WP:DUCK). I would be most interested to hear exactly in what way you think the article presents a pro-integration bias rather than a pro-secessionist. And, with the 3 listed external links being pro-secessionist, i hardly think it's the "Javanese version" being presented. Perhaps we should put the Indonesian government's line in?
So, before you continue to throw out your cheap edit summary accusations, have a think about where this "Javanese" bias is, and how it is not severely outweighed by the anti-integration bias, and let me know with some evidence. Or better still, just quit with such remarks and save us both time. As for the article your insist on including, wikipedia is not a repository of links especially for "causes". The link is to a hobby horse amateur site and the listed author's (Andrew Johnson) argument, is shall we say, remarkably similar to the "colony" arguments put forward by Daeron and his IP accounts across wikipedia. As i said, remarkably similar. Publishing it on one's own website, then having it inserted into wikipedia does not mean it's no longer original research and hence against one of wikipedia's five most fundamental policies.
And, I know the rules state otherwise, but the reality is, if you want to be taken seriously get yourself a username. --Merbabu (talk) 12:20, 31 August 2010 (UTC)

Oh dear.