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I read (red) something onine that Betty White died and then I look more in the story and then they said that she is okay and home. I'm so sorry! I thought she dead because that article said. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Darre123 (talk • contribs) 23:47, 9 January 2016 (UTC)
Can you give me a idea for this page I really think she should be on Wikipedia. She was a big actress. Thank you for your support!!! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Darre123 (talk • contribs) 22:55, 13 January 2016 (UTC)
Russel Wislon page
- Wilson has never identified as multiracial. In the MMQB article, he identifies as African American. We will not find consensus on this so stop editing and request further input on the article's talk page. aqwfyj Talk/Contribs 16:52, 1 February 2016 (UTC)
- his literal quote I'm mixed man! I've got a little bit of everything. here's the interview of the video where he state it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKlLSuKxhZ4&t=2m48s Nezi1111 (talk) 17:01, 1 February 2016 (UTC)
A film page with no info at all and no refs that someone did patrol
Here: Manidhan Marivittan-not sure why this page was patrolled, I would do a deletion for it-but not sure if a AFD would be a good idea yet. (Also I often have more problems with Indian and other foreign language film pages then any other things when it comes to AFDs-some people seem to find tons of sources where I can't) Wgolf (talk) 04:25, 4 February 2016 (UTC)
BADD COMPANY update provided no links, no website and did not request or ask for visitors. It is strictly informational update as to BADD COMPANY PRODUCTS & APPAREL Limited Liability Company. It certainly did not provide any promotional advertisement. Thank youBadd Girl (talk) 04:48, 4 February 2016 (UTC)
- @Badd Girl: The text was promotional copy; it was not neutrally-written text suitable for an encyclopedia. Further, it doe not establish any connection between the apparel company and the wrestling team; there must be a connection for it to be mentioned in the article. —C.Fred (talk) 04:49, 4 February 2016 (UTC)
Why did you delete my page?
Why did you delete my page? There was nothing wrong with it. :( :( :(
Awesomedjh (2/4/2016 11:43 AM)
- @Awesomedjh: I deleted it because a consensus of editors agreed that the page should be deleted. As I said at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Translation of Genesis (Jewish Version), "Given the state of the article and the lack of any sourcing or otherwise useful material for an article, I don't see how this article, in its current form, will be improved."
- To expand upon that: The article contained only a translation of the first verse of Genesis. It did not provide any context or background upon the subject, and it did not cite any reliable source for the translation.
- If we were to have an article about the Jewish version of the translation of Genesis, the article would need to discuss specific ways in which the translation of the book is different for Jewish versions than for other versions of Genesis. (Or, at least, it would have to talk about the specific processes of translating Genesis for a Jewish audience. In a casual read of the text, I didn't see one, other than the spelling issue with G-d.) It would also need to cite scholarly or otherwise reliable, published sources for the differences.
- That brings me to my final point: Wikipedia is not a repository of original research. As best I could tell, one or two people were attempting to use the Wikipedia article to house their own, private version of the translation. This is not allowed, because it's their own research. Wikipedia articles should cite other writers' work, preferably from secondary sources (i.e., articles about the work rather than the work itself).
- So, yes, there was plenty wrong with it. Since I saw neither a way to correct the article nor any likelihood of editors coming to a conclusion otherwise, I deleted the article. —C.Fred (talk) 19:45, 4 February 2016 (UTC)
Ashley Renee Jones
Speedy Deletion of the Ashley Renee Jones page would in conflict with the Wikipedia Guidelines.
"Credible claim of significance" is a two-part test: Credible and significant. A good mental test is to consider each part discretely: a) is this reasonably plausible? and b) assuming this were true, would this (or something that 'this' might plausibly imply) cause a person to be notable? Or, in line with point 6 above, does it give plausible indications that research might well discover notability?
So, a claim that an established local actress is notable and significant would satisfy, since this actress has coverage in sources that would constitute local notability, her involvement increases attendance and sales, and it is very plausible that her continued presence and future performances will lead her from local notability most likely to national notability whether she becomes and A or B presence in film roles or on or off Broadway.
The speed at which you marked this page for speedy deletion indicates it was most likely done by a BOT and not a real person. That is a significant conflict of interest to the public since no BOT can accurately monitor local printed circulations or even every facebook, twitter and orchid accounts which might weigh in the substance and notability of the actress. DanWOrr (talk) 14:31, 5 February 2016 (UTC)Dano Orr
- Reply at your talk page. Please continue the thread there. —C.Fred (talk) 14:40, 5 February 2016 (UTC)
- You're probably already aware, but he's brought the article to DRV at Wikipedia:Deletion review/Log/2016 February 5#Ashley Renee Jones. —Cryptic 19:22, 5 February 2016 (UTC)
You just blocked this editor but who cleans up the mess he made? Just curious....not a challenge...the worst Ive ever seen here. Thanks for your quick response to block a vile editor. Buster Seven Talk 03:44, 7 February 2016 (UTC)