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June 2008[edit]

Please stop tagging articles as nonsense when they are not actually nonsense. If you have concerns about an article, please discuss these concerns on the article's talk page. The nonsense criteria is reserved for articles that, for example, consist of gibberish such as "Asadakusdlsdfjasdfha;lsdf", or similar content. Thank you. UltraExactZZ Claims ~ Evidence 19:16, 30 June 2008 (UTC)

As a constructive criticism, "nonsense" is not defined as you say it in your above point...

"[nonsense] does not include poor writing, vandalism, material not in English, badly translated material, hoaxes, etc."

and also, according to wikipedia:patent nonsense:

"[nonsense is] Content that, while apparently meaningful after a fashion, is so completely and irredeemably confused that no reasonable person can be expected to make any sense of it whatsoever." which I believe is a perfectly just statement about the pages I have tagged. Therefore, unless you have any further argument please restore my tags. (talk) 19:34, 30 June 2008 (UTC)

The relevant Speedy Deletion Criteria for nonsense pages is found at WP:CSD#G1, which reads "Patent nonsense and gibberish, an unsalvageably incoherent page with no meaningful content. This does not include: poor writing, partisan screeds, obscene remarks, vandalism, fictional material, material not in English, badly translated material, implausible theories, or hoaxes; some of these, however, may be deleted as vandalism in blatant cases. In this case, though I agree that the content is a little convoluted, there is meaningful content in both cases, and thus the G1 criteria does not apply. UltraExactZZ Claims ~ Evidence 19:39, 30 June 2008 (UTC)