User talk:Fig wright
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- 1 Your comment on the 2006 Israel Lebanon talk page
- 2 Bristol elections
- 3 multiple wikilinking
- 4 Re: maps, etc
- 5 Bristol infoboxes
- 6 On the blanking of user talk pages
- 7 Romanesque architecture
- 8 Libertarianism in the United Kingdom
- 9 File:Severn estuary barrages.png listed for deletion
- 10 m4 type carbine
- 11 The greatest try ever scored
- 12 Circumcision
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Your comment on the 2006 Israel Lebanon talk page
Re: Seymour Hersh - the last comment at the bottom of that section was at 2am on the 16th (GMT), and it was archived at 1am on the 19th. After rechecking, though, I missed tewfik's comment in the middle. (I just scan the bottom of the sections) Sorry. Iorek85 23:59, 19 August 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for doing the extra bits. I'm not too bothered about the results 1995-2006 as they are already online. I want to get stuff online that's not generally available. Do you think I should do Bristol results from the 1970s or do some Avon county results? Andrew
I've been looking at Wikipedia:Only make links that are relevant to the context & the general advice is not to overlink. If you think I've been overzealous on any of the pages let me know & I'll revert my edits. — Rod talk 22:05, 24 October 2006 (UTC)
Re: maps, etc
Hi, I agree the sort of infobox used for Redland, Redland is nice but I don't have the knowledge or skills (or software) to do the local maps (within Bristol & England). They are also non standard boxes which may mean they may not be read by other systems eg Google earth.— Rod talk 12:04, 22 February 2007 (UTC)
On the blanking of user talk pages
- Response on your talk page. Fig 11:15, 9 August 2007 (UTC)
Instead of simply reverting my edits in an argumentative way, please describe the political state of England at the time that Romanesque architecture was introduced. England was relatively more unified than, say, Italy. Since the political situation appears to be more your subject than mine, please construct and insert an appropriate sentence. Amandajm (talk) 15:15, 7 January 2009 (UTC)
Libertarianism in the United Kingdom
You may perhaps remember the case of "Thistle" at Libertarianism in the United Kingdom. I seem to be getting into an edit war with 220.127.116.11 who seems determined to reinsert Thistle, and who has also been vandalising other pages. Any thoughts/help appreciated. Jonathan A Jones (talk) 20:05, 22 April 2009 (UTC)
File:Severn estuary barrages.png listed for deletion
A file that you uploaded or altered, File:Severn estuary barrages.png, has been listed at Wikipedia:Files for deletion. Please see the discussion to see why this is (you may have to search for the title of the image to find its entry), if you are interested in it not being deleted. Thank you. Cloudbound (talk) 01:59, 8 April 2012 (UTC)
m4 type carbine
Hi Fig. How do you know the weapon used in the Sandy Hook shooting was an M4 type carbine? I couldn't find any source for this. That's why I no longer think it should be in the article. See the talk page; unless evidence is presented, it's a losing battle to keep it in. Mlm42 (talk) 20:50, 6 January 2013 (UTC)
Hello, Fig wright, and thank you for your contributions!
An article you worked on The greatest try ever scored, appears to be directly copied from http://www.ballz.co.za/video-of-the-day/the-greatest-try-of-all-time-1973-all-blacks-vs-barbarians/823. Please take a minute to make sure that the text is freely licensed and properly attributed as a reference, otherwise the article may be deleted.
It's entirely possible that this bot made a mistake, so please feel free to remove this notice and the tag it placed on The greatest try ever scored if necessary. MadmanBot (talk) 15:13, 27 January 2013 (UTC)
I agree very much with your recent comment on the Circumcision talk page about how it's massively POV.
I'm very frustrated about this because it's so blindingly obvious. I've made several comments on the talk page myself but it is incredibly obvious that the editors have taken over that article and made it entirely pro-circumcision.
I'm new to Wikipedia but surely there is something we can do to resolve this?
Hi, I am a new editor here. I would like to help create a more neutral position in articles relating to the Infants' and Children's Rights Movement, specifically in regards to the International Campaign for Genital Integrity. — Preceding unsigned comment added by DavidHGrateful (talk • contribs) 03:04, 14 November 2013 (UTC)
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Hi, to answer your question that may or may not be appropriate for the talk page: you wouldn't expect EM or neutrinos from a purely gravitational event, unless there is matter floating around that was affected by the merger. In that case, there could be delays. For light, refractive index, as you already referred to, though it wouldn't be much given the extremely low densities of intergalactic and even interstellar gas (less than a year I'd guess). For neutrinos, if they have mass, they'd be slower than the speed of light in vacuum. But not from curvature of space: that affects everything. Gap9551 (talk) 17:16, 13 February 2016 (UTC)