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|For tireless work as a pending changes reviewer. LavaBaron (talk) 17:16, 7 September 2015 (UTC)|
Sup, 947 does not have the Rude awakening anymore, you can see at www.947.co.za They usually play the same songs at almost the same time everyday, you can hear it at the above link as well.
I am trying to understand use of the word "grossly" in your response to my edit request on bagels. Could you possibly expand, or offer one or more specific suggestions for improvement?
- Grossly just means extremely. I declined the request as it didn't really add anything to help readers understand what a bagel is and mostly just described Panera products. Cannolis (talk) 13:52, 11 September 2015 (UTC)
I wanted to make the point that not everything called a bagel is really a bagel - even if it is labeled as such by a large company. I thought one way to get that point across was to call out Panera's bagels (only two of them actually) for what they really are - rolls. And the "Varieties" section seemed a good location for that point.
If adding to the reader's understanding is the standard, then how to pizza bagels and Montreal bagels gain admission?
Not trying be argumentative, I really would like to understand.
- If you could provide a reliable, secondary source that comments on the existence of products called bagels but aren't true bagels, that might be able to go under the Bagel#Non-traditional doughs and types section in a way that avoids promoting/attacking a specific company. I will point out ahead of time that none of the sources you listed on Talk:Bagel would be considered reliable Cannolis (talk) 13:04, 16 September 2015 (UTC)
False Positive Vandal Edit
- Yeah, went too quickly, meant to go back 1 revision further to restore the section header. Have fixed it already. Cannolis (talk) 21:21, 11 September 2015 (UTC)
A barnstar for you!
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But I think it is neccesary, so thank you for the understanding!
-Sombrero19- (talk) 21:58, 11 September 2015 (UTC)
Hi Cannolis. I had edited the page because my mother was Dorothy Ramsay nee Nicholson and was born in that house in 1942, as were her sisters Joyce, Kathy, and brother Harry. Her father was Ernest Nicholson who was a tennant farmer there for a number of years before moving elsewhere and then to Canada in 1956. The stories of supernatural goings on there have been in my family since I was a small child. I am not sure how to add a citation for that from where I am in Trinidad and Tobago.
- Unfortunately, if these were only stories that were told within your family and you cannot provide a verifiable reliable source, Wikipedia policy is against including that sort of information. Cannolis (talk) 20:11, 19 September 2015 (UTC)