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Warning - your reverts are a violation of consensus
Your reverts here ,  with the edit summary that your Rv... indisputable COI shown at COIN. (TW)) is a violation of consensus at COIN.  The determination was NO COI. If you revert again, you may be blocked for edit warring in violation of consensus. Atsme📞📧 01:45, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Ah, I see Risker closed the discussion with a supervote rather than assessing the consensus. I would not have reverted had I seen the very surprising close by Risker. Enjoy your victory. Binksternet (talk) 01:48, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
It's not a victory for me, Binks. When you consider the scrutiny those articles went through to be promoted to GA and FA, it was a victory for the collaborators, the readers and the project. Some of the footage and photographs we were able to provide to enhance those articles are quite rare. I'm not the hard nosed inflexible editor some think I am. I just want to do the right thing and have the right thing done to me. Hope you had a great 4th of July. Atsme📞📧 01:59, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Atsme, I feel like I would have been much happier to work with you had there not been all that brouhaha about Islamophobia, which found us at loggerheads. You're an unusual combination of environmentalist, fish expert, horsewoman and anti-Islamic Crusader. You know, there's a three-time champion cutting horse article that needs to be written: Nigger (cutting horse), owned by Benny Binion. Nobody has had the guts to write it yet, for reasons we can only imagine. Binksternet (talk) 03:32, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Porter, Willard H. (1976). "El Batidor", The Cattleman volume 63, page 96: "Benny Binion... owned the first champion cutting horse, a gelding named Nigger, who was ridden by George Glascock, a Texas trainer, in 1946 through 1948. For these three consecutive years the black horse was the champ of the National Cutting Horse Association."
Nye, Nelson Coral (1964). The Complete Book of the Quarter Horse: A breeder's guide and turfman's reference, A. S. Barnes, pp. 110, 116. ""His dam, raised on the Binion ranch in Montana, was a Spanish mare. Old Nigger, as George Glascock calls him, was the result of breeding this mare to the Thorough-bred Band Time (by Band Play)... George Glascock explains: Nigger was never trained for anything but cutting."
Winning three cutting horse championships puts Nigger at the very top of the heap, equal to Meradas Little Sue and Cash Quixote Rio. Hey, that makes three articles needing to be created.
By the way, I'm pulling this material from one of my workpages, a page about a cutting horse named Spaniard, owned by Bill and Betty Simon of Prescott, AZ. Built too big for cutting, Spaniard was so amazingly good as a cutting horse that Betty created a clown act featuring him, and the comedy act was put into the schedule of the largest regional rodeos, in the main arena. As a child, my wife knew Bill & Betty, which is why I am assembling this material. Binksternet (talk) 04:14, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Oh my, Binks - you're talking my language. *lol* Do you remember Amarillo Slim? We bred horses for him when we stood a son of Doc Bar. I actually have a set of drinking glasses with all the old cutting horses etched in the glass. My late husband trained and worked with Poco Bueno, and rode Cutter Bill back in the day. I would be absolutely honored to collaborate with you. I actually met Bill Shatner through the cutting horse business. Heck, now that I'm outed, I guess there's no reason I can't upload some of the photos. (PS: I'm not anti-Islamic, I'm anti-terrorism and that includes little old ladies chasing after me with their canes). Let me know if you'd like to collaborate. I've got some of the old original photos, too. You won't believe what I've got at the ranch. It would be too much fun. You gave me goosebumps!! Atsme📞📧 05:43, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
Uh oh, Binks...am I going to be faced with another COI situation if I collaborate on this? 
If you cite newspapers, magazines and books you'll be fine. Or other people's websites. Stuff that you didn't have a hand in creating. Binksternet (talk) 05:53, 6 July 2015 (UTC)
How about this. Changing content. Hasn't Happened. Further clarifying an inaccuracy in the source has. The Grammar may have not been perfect but the (2000s) and word formation clearly do not go together. If someone clicks metalcore they will see the foundation isn't in the (2000s) so how is that helpful to the article. Again? Im not seeing how it is. "(2000s)" is not sourced neither is "(90s)" do you like things accurate or do you want to split hairs or own the page? CombatMarshmallow (talk) 02:27, 6 July 2015 (UTC) Also it is now on the talk Page of the Article. Go ahead and participate.CombatMarshmallow (talk) 02:29, 6 July 2015 (UTC)