User talk:FreplySpang/Archive/May-June2006

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Let's stop feeding the troll[edit]

Please see my most recent comment at Talk:Stephanie Adams. We have a consensus among us to support your change, so by all means, please implement it, and let's not waste any further time with someone who, at the very least, is a paid employee of the subject. Cheers, Postdlf 23:16, 1 May 2006 (UTC)

I Dont Understand Why You Deleted It, Please tell me so i dont make the same mistake?

Plant organization[edit]

Could you have another look at Plant organization? I think it had been vandalized when you saw it. Thanks, Melchoir 02:33, 2 May 2006 (UTC)

Mortarism[edit]

there are at least 15 McMaster University students who believe with some reason that your deletion of the Mortarism article is Discrimination against the mentally ill

i will explain this to you later in depth.

please do not be alarmed; this is not a hate crime!

please realize that this is NOT a judgement call on you, freply. it is just proving a point. notice there was a link to discrimination at the end of the mortarism article. in my opinion, you are honestly discriminating agains Marc di Saverio and against the mentally ill, as a whole. you have only proved a point by erasing it! this was a part of a plan that you fell for! I assure you this is a serious matter. That simply means that you will NOT be discriminated against. But you will be argued with. You will also most likely lose the argument.

You may want to reconsider your deletion of mortarism, regardless of your earlier reasons for deltion. Please contemplate exactly what you are doing. Tomorrow I will return to this box and prove you more information about this entire matter of discrimation.

thank you, Lisa Mendacino

ps, this is not a gag, or a joke. This is actually what several students are viewing as a hate-crime of sorts, even though we are almost positive you will try to dispute this, which will only make you look more guilty, since this is a trap you have fallen in to. in fact, very many, who have been signing petitions at McMaster and UofW would agree this is not right. If you are Derek Webster or a friend of Marc di Saverio or Mortarism, then please make this known. Please do not try to trick anyone into thinking you are Derek Webster or James Martin or someone associated with Marc. If you are, hello! thank you for being so kind to Marc, who has actually spoken extensively about you, and others from Montreal! If you are Derek, much respect to you....if not, you may have a problem on your hands. Mostly, that problem is your own misunderstanding.

MORTARISM/MORTARISM/DISCRIMINATION!/Mortarism[edit]

MORTARISM/MORTARISM/DISCRIMINATION!/Mortarismthere are at least 15 McMaster University students who believe with some reason that your deletion of the Mortarism article is Discrimination against the mentally ill

i will explain this to you later in depth.

please do not be alarmed; this is not a hate crime!

please realize that this is NOT a judgement call on you, freply. it is just proving a point. notice there was a link to discrimination at the end of the mortarism article. in my opinion, you are honestly discriminating agains Marc di Saverio and against the mentally ill, as a whole. you have only proved a point by erasing it! this was a part of a plan that you fell for! I assure you this is a serious matter. That simply means that you will NOT be discriminated against. But you will be argued with. You will also most likely lose the argument.

You may want to reconsider your deletion of mortarism, regardless of your earlier reasons for deltion. Please contemplate exactly what you are doing. Tomorrow I will return to this box and prove you more information about this entire matter of discrimation.

thank you, Lisa Mendacino

ps, this is not a gag, or a joke. This is actually what several students are viewing as a hate-crime of sorts, even though we are almost positive you will try to dispute this, which will only make you look more guilty, since this is a trap you have fallen in to. in fact, very many, who have been signing petitions at McMaster and UofW would agree this is not right. If you are Derek Webster or a friend of Marc di Saverio or Mortarism, then please make this known. Please do not try to trick anyone into thinking you are Derek Webster or James Martin or someone associated with Marc. If you are, hello! thank you for being so kind to Marc, who has actually spoken extensively about you, and others from Montreal! If you are Derek, much respect to you....if not, you may have a problem on your hands. Mostly, that problem is your own misunderstanding..

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MORTARISM, PPS[edit]

MORTARISM, PPS

in short, if the article on mortarism is not restored in some fashion, by tomorrow, preferably in its entirety, you will have bitten off more than you can chew! Don't worry, this is not some sort of threat! In fact, I would prefer if you did not restore the article, to further prove an important point whose arguments on our part you likely cannot even foresee. This does not mean we do not have arguments that will totally make foolish your arguments from about a month ago.

ciao, lisa

PPPS/MORTARISM/MORTARISM[edit]

this is to let you 3 law students, 1 lawyer, 1 psychiatrist, 1 psychologist, 3 mortarists, and roughly 15 students have been made aware your deleting the mortarism article

YOU MUST UNDERSTAND, this is a political act that only has to do with words, law, freedom, accountability, and your ignorance. Mortarism is a peaceful revolution, but i have a feeling you could not have known this. 5 people believe you should be taken to court. Other disagree and believe there must be talks on your comment board. We welcome any and all arguments. if i were you i would change your arguments from a month ago, since they will quickly dismantled.

Remember, this is to prove a point. if you are a part of Maisonneuve you should let me know now. the only ways you will prevent yourself from a well-worded blast -- and I mean blast in a totally verbal sense, NOT a criminal or cruel sense that we believe you are demonstrating -- are if you are a friend of Marc di Saverio and mortarism, or if you are in fact either Derek Webster or James Martin. Marc di Saverio has made it very clear that he reveres these two men, along with maisonneuve.

are you a manic!? if so, you have demonstrated this with your swift but unthought-out action. it is ironic.

good luck! on behalf of Mortarism, Bipolars, Kay Jamison, Love, Freedom, the bipolar's difficult struggle in Western Society; AND what is FAIR.

Exodus[edit]

Actually, I am fairly sure that the anon is right, and that it is 22:18. Jkelly 22:23, 3 May 2006 (UTC)

Either my memory is shot, or King James snuck an extra verse in there somewhere. Thanks for the pointer. Jkelly 22:30, 3 May 2006 (UTC)

I was wrongly accused of vandalism. leave me alone.

Quiet birth[edit]

I became interested in the subject after seeing a TV interview of John Travolta and Kelly Preston. Google showed 23,000,000 references to "quiet birth", but there is no article by that name in Wikipedia. The article "Silent Birth" covers this subject, but anyone searching Wikipedia for "quiet birth" gets no results. I would like to give the same basic article under the title "quiet birth" so people can find it.

Alternatively, why not change the title of "silent birth" to "quiet or silent birth"?

I have never written a Wikipedia article before and would appreciate any advice you can give. wikisooth

Thank you[edit]

thanks for the super-fast response. I will go look for "quiet birth" now and see if the redirect is working. Wikisooth 23:02, 4 May 2006 (UTC)wikisooth

Quiet birth[edit]

I note that the Church's website http://www.scientology.org/en_US/news-media/briefing/2006/society/060404.html refers to it as "quiet birth" and also that Kelly Preston, John Travolta and others who actually practice it call it "quiet birth". I note that Google gives slightly more (23,000,000 versus 22,300,000) results for "quiet birth" than "silent birth". That being the case, could you change the title to "quiet birth or silent birth"? Wikisoothwikisooth

P.S. thanks for the tip about the four tildes.

RE:Wikipedia talk:Administrators' noticeboard[edit]

Thank you for your comments about this. Is it an official policy of Wikipedia to not edit other people's comments even if there are glaring spelling and grammatical mistakes? If it is so, I will stop doing it. However, I would like to know a reason why this is strongly discouraged in Wikipedia. My intentions for doing this is clear. It is to make the talk pages more clearer to comprehend and add a feel of professionalism to it. I have noticed that some of the comments contain blatant mistakes and it pains me to know that these mistakes are allowed to be kept indefinitely on the talk pages. I am only trying to help make these talk pages feel a bit more "accurate". Any encouraging comments will be deeply appreciated and I mean no harm. Thank you! --Siva1979Talk to me 17:06, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

Ok, I got the picture. But what about correcting minor spelling errors? This sentence, Though it may appear helpful to correct typing errors, grammar, etc, please do not go out of your way to bring talk pages to publishing standards, since it is not terribly productive and will tend to irritate the users whose comments you are correcting does not state clearly about JUST correcting spelling mistakes. I would not be going out of my way just by correcting minor spelling errors (although correcting grammatical mistakes might be viewed as going out of the way) Am I then encouraged to correct spelling mistakes only? --Siva1979Talk to me 17:14, 6 May 2006 (UTC)
Alright then. I guess I have to follow this guideline. But in my opinion, I hope that the more experienced users of Wikipedia would change this rigid guideline in the future..... --Siva1979Talk to me 17:22, 6 May 2006 (UTC)
Well, I guess, the next best thing we could do is to leave comments about the users' messages having blatant errors on the respective talk pages. Then, the users who edited these messages will then have the option of correcting their own mistakes. Some are not aware that their messages contain full of spelling or grammatical errors and it would be a good idea to clarify with them first before proceeding. What do you think about this? --Siva1979Talk to me 17:33, 6 May 2006 (UTC)
True, I have to agree with you in this. It is not a rewarding thing to do and you will have to expose yourself to more critizisms from "sensitive" users. But, I may give it a try by making my messages on their talk pages as diplomatic as possible. It is going to be a test on my patience as well! I am also aware that some users DO NOT like to be pointed out for their mistakes as well. Anyway, thank you for your advise and opinion regarding this issue. --Siva1979Talk to me 18:18, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

Extinctioners Page - too many copyrighted images[edit]

hi, this is RVDDP2501, on my Extinctioners page, the comic cover section was removed, don't worry, it wasn't a major thing, but I just wanna know if it was a violation that caused the removeal and are any other images threatend with removal? I just want as compliant as possible and I am afraid that my the other pics which are more important to me will be deleated and I don't wanna upload them again, so in short is the rest of my page ok?

??[edit]

Dont know wut ur talking about

irving layton[edit]

please leave the new info on irving layton. I am a montrealer; I understand layton's place in literature. I also understand layton's place in mortarism. I think others should, as well.


anon (this is not Marc di Saverio, by the way)

Responded at User talk:207.112.92.55 FreplySpang (talk) 19:46, 9 May 2006 (UTC)

BUT[edit]

but mortarism IS more important a phenomenon than others inspired by layton. layton, if he were here, would probably agree. in fact, you should investigate the 6th reading and you will find it was important. just a thought

Irving Layton[edit]

Yes I agree it is not about Layton but someone influenced by him. Perhaps it shoud be added at the end in a separate article link such as See also or additional information or related opinions BUT then again that is not what Wikipedia is for, the personal (I should know I have had to fight two deletions on my own article Bio LOL )WayneRay 21:32, 9 May 2006 (UTC)WayneRay

Canadian Poets[edit]

Hello again, yes I have made myself the editor of the Canadian poets lists and articles and a few other related items. I have only been doing the wiki for about 6 months on a semi regular basis, about 4 hours a week. The Lists of . . are so messed up I have just taken a direct clean out and clean up attitude and am trying to stamdardize them. I admit I made a few mistakes in the beginning but it all evens out. Irving Layton was an acquaintance of mine when I began writing poetry in Toronto in the 1980's. He had encouraging remarks for my 2nd book of poetry, Auschwitz a book of anti war poems. I recently remastered and published a CD of his 1979 readings. He was a great man and a great influential poet. WayneRay 21:41, 9 May 2006 (UTC)WayneRay

Harry S. Truman[edit]

Are you sure about that last revert? Looks to me like it was good before. -- Mwanner | Talk 20:01, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

Ah, well, the rough sex part might be a bit off ;-). I'm going to restore the "and married her" bit though. -- Mwanner | Talk 20:09, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
Hmm, OK, maybe I should take a little break here. I guess it's there already. I would swear... -- Mwanner | Talk 20:11, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

Traditum Votum[edit]

This information posted on wikipedia is taken from the works of John Wansbrough who passed away not so long ago. His works have been thoroughly researched and will be published in FULL in time for christmas this year, I believe it unfair to have removed a life's worth of research just because you haven't heard of the society or read any of the books related to it. I understand that there is little if any information on the internet regarding this organization but rest assured that the links to Sevilla FC are clear, on top of the former Sevilla mosque, the church has the words TRDTM VTM engraved. There is a high resolution photograph of the engraving that will be released with the book. Please, do not delete the article.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Banksy1988 (talkcontribs) .

Ivo mihaylov[edit]

... was recreated within a few minutes of deletion, with juvenile garbage. Fan1967 01:11, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

Bold move?[edit]

Well, I just want to know how many people will actually think my name is Mark Neelstin? Hehe... just tryin' to have a little fun, folks. ;-) For being the first to notice (at least the first to contact me about it), is there any task you want done, but don't really feel like doing it? --Mark Neelstin (Dark Mark) 18:17, 14 May 2006 (UTC)

Okay, fair enough. Just remember I'll be here if you need anything. Cheers. --Mark Neelstin (Dark Mark) 17:28, 15 May 2006 (UTC)
Although, now that I think about it, maybe it's my paranoia, you googled me. Hmmm... what's the big need to know stuff about me? Trying to disrupt the Dark Lord??? Keep this up, and you'll find yourself under a closer eye. ;-) --Mark Neelstin (Dark Mark) 17:30, 15 May 2006 (UTC)
Done. Let me know if you need anything else. --Mark Neelstin (Dark Mark) 21:31, 15 May 2006 (UTC)
Oh, and I think I laughed the most at Tsar Nene Milk. Something kinda funny about it. Oh well... back to work. --Mark Neelstin (Dark Mark) 21:43, 15 May 2006 (UTC)

you deleted my page[edit]

Why did you do it?

personal page[edit]

FreplySpang-

 Thanks for the heads up.  You have to admit it was pretty funny.

Edited - Furcadia[edit]

The change I made in Furcadia is seriously proven. From week to day. You can own items from 1-day to forever. If you get them from a friend. Or buy them for life. xD (edited by Myself - Xemnas Saix);

Gay[edit]

What are you doing with the article? -- tasc talkdeeds 21:05, 16 May 2006 (UTC)

thanks a lot. -- tasc talkdeeds 21:15, 16 May 2006 (UTC)

Patrick C. Cowhig/User:Cowhig[edit]

Okay, clearly I munged something up, but I'll be dipped if I can see what. Yeah, I was attempting a simple userfication, as a courtesy. Doesn't look like he took the hint, though. --Calton | Talk 06:47, 17 May 2006 (UTC)

Removal of RAFT scheme[edit]

Hi FreplySpang,

This is in regard to the removal of the RAFT scheme due to copyright infringement:

"The Wikimedia Foundation information team has received a complaint from the originator of that scheme, specifically that it was copied without permission. Copyright is very important to Wikipedia, so I have removed the mechanism. Please be careful not to violate copyright when adding material to Wikipedia. FreplySpang (talk) 21:16, 7 May 2006 (UTC)"

I have contacted one of the originators of the RAFT scheme and discussed the issue with him and he sees no issue with using the scheme as the RAFT scheme was first published in a patent (WO 9801478) prior to publishing in the initial ACS publication (Macromolecules 1998, 31(16), 5559–5562). If the ACS would own copyright over the reaction scheme it would only be over the actual published version. Thus the scheme has been published repeatedly in many papers, chapters and a book without copyright infringment.

In previous discussions with the originators it was suggested that they should take out a trademark on RAFT but this was never done.

If you have any further detail to the issue regarding the copyright infringment, or if you could direct me to the instigator of this issue I would be very greatful (and probably so would the originators at CSIRO).

Regards,

Almar Postma

Note to self: [1]

Al 02:06, 18 May 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the welcome, I just started the editing thing, thanks for the hints, I'm still learning.

Actually, how does one upload a chemdraw file/image. There doesn't seem to be clear instructions regarding this.

Cheers,

Almar

James Andrews article[edit]

I took out a lot of the resume-like material on the James R. Andrews article and replaced it. Because of that, it's harder to source. If you think it's still meant for deletion, I'll have to see if another user can save it. Otherwise, please remove the tag.

Thanks, Matt

Therianthropy article[edit]

I notice you are interested in editing the therianthropy article. See Talk:Therianthropy/Archive 1#Disambiguation for a disambiguation that was apparently accidentally wiped out because of all the recent vandalism. I've also got stuff on my user page about the disambiguation.Blue Milk Mathematician 21:13, 20 May 2006 (UTC)

Thanks[edit]

Thanks a lot for the pipe trick thing - I genuinely had no idea that you could do that! To be honest, my sig is not that long as it is, and I never have to encode it again (just once for the box in My Preferences, and now I never have to do it again!). But thanks you anyway. Batmanand | Talk 00:27, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

Main page talk[edit]

Hallo- can you explain why you have deleted swathes of discussion on the main page talk[2]? You state that the user is banned, but can you explain why particularly you felt the need to delete the text? I must admit, I haven't read it all, but a brief scan did not reveal anything hugely objectionable. I'm not making any judgements as to rights and wrongs, I'd just like to know your reasoning. All the best, Badgerpatrol 16:34, 22 May 2006 (UTC)

OK, no problem, I fully understand. Thanks for the response, Badgerpatrol 14:24, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

RFA vote[edit]

(from my talk page) I just noticed your vote on Computerjoe's current RFA. It's all about Joturner. Did you mean to put it in Computerjoe's section? FreplySpang 14:07, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, that was dumb of me. I've fixed it now. Thanks for letting me know. Captainj 14:18, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

¡Gracias![edit]

Barnstar of Reversion2.png The RickK Anti-Vandalism Barnstar
For reverting the vandalism done to my userpage I present to you this award.Rosa 21:37, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

Pensioners Party (England) proposed for deletion[edit]

An article that you have been involved in editing, Pensioners Party (England), has been proposed for deletion. Please look there to see why this is, if you are interested in it not being deleted. Thank you. cholmes75 (chit chat) 14:18, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

re: 159.191.12.24[edit]

Thanks for the update, I really appreciate it. It lets me know how badly things are still going, and it's particularly important in this case, as they've asked me to keep them posted. Thanks again. Snoutwood (talk) 21:35, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Doris Kearns Goodwin[edit]

No worries, thanks for letting me know. —Chowbok 16:34, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Copyright notice[edit]

Thank you for your welcome note.

I have uploaded a few pictures and initially used the wrong copyright notice on a few of them. Now that I have figured out hwhich notice to use how can I go back and correct this? Frank van Mierlo 14:57, 30 May 2006 (UTC)

Here is my attack[edit]

Well, I hace confessed to vandalizing for the past several months, and for permanently scarring my reputation. I want to state now that Tex's contention that I haven't left is entirely false, I only came back on the 23rd to voice my opinion against RobChurch, and his RfA. Well, my attack: I am sorry for being the CIyde vandal and for my attacks on John Reid. I am sorry that I came here, stressing myself, and others out. To further emphasize this, I did create an account with the intention of it being constructive after a three month long meltdown. Hopefully, I will be able to edit constructively, and I am sorry for all the trouble I cause. Yes, people reform, and to be honest, the point of the vandalism was to attract attention to what I see as incivility, and the reasons several of my friends have left here. But vandalism is vandalism, so I better quit before I get in trouble. I am sorry I was ever apart of the project. I DONT want to be a Brian Chase. But, at least I did edit here constructively for a year and three months before I went haywire.εγκυκλοπαίδεια*14:34, 31 May 2006 (UTC)

Just a note about disambiguation pages[edit]

Thanks for rewording some things at the Yam disambiguation page - it sounds much better! Just a note about adding non-existant links to disambiguation pages; if it is likely that an article can be written about the topic, it is generally allowable to leave the entry in. Of course, that doesn't mean that red links should be made willy-nilly on all disambiguation pages, but especially if it can be referenced to another article, it may be appropriate. The link you removed was certainly appropriate for removal, but I just wanted to give you a heads up for the next time you run into a disambiguation page. For more information, you can take a look at MoS:DP#Redlinks. -- Natalya 23:10, 1 June 2006 (UTC)

It was a very descriptive edit summary, I was very impressed. :D -- Natalya 23:17, 1 June 2006 (UTC)

User:203.122.194.131[edit]

I notice you blocked User:203.122.194.131 as an incarnation of Zordrac. I'm not familiar with Zordrac's case. However, that anon is also User:Col. Hauler; Hauler's previous incarnations were User:Lesbian and bi girls are awesome and User:Jack Hates Jesus. Interesting, huh? --jpgordon∇∆∇∆ 03:56, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

Steve Van Wormer[edit]

Thanks for the message! Your edits very closely resemble the ones I had attempted; "gmta" indeed. --Fuhghettaboutit 16:12, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

We Belong Together[edit]

Thanks for your help! What else do you think requires rewriting, etc.? I've become lazy and rather lousy with the article. —Eternal Equinox | talk 22:28, 5 June 2006 (UTC)

Hello, sorry to bother you again, but I'm leaving you this message because I feel that you may have missed the last one I sent. Thanks. —Eternal Equinox | talk 21:32, 6 June 2006 (UTC)
Yes, I suppose that's true. Then to make it easy and short (you could simply say yes or no and perchance slightly elaborate), does the article contain many more grammatical issues? —Eternal Equinox | talk 21:42, 6 June 2006 (UTC)

Penis banding article[edit]

Thank you for your kind words. Personally, I’m just too discouraged by the whole thing. Because of the nature of the article I believe that it will never remain unchallenged or without someone trying to delete it. I could scan in the books with the information and it still wouldn’t be good enough.

There are far more articles with less documentation that what I provided but because they are main stream no one questions them. Some I’ve looked at I know that the information incorrect but no one jumps all over them. I’m sorry that the Wikipedia Administrators can’t get past the content to review it properly.

I’ve copied the original article for when I need it and I’m just washing my hands of the whole thing. I’ve spoken with joecool and he’s a bit more of a tilter of windmills than I am and last I heard he plans to re-write it with in the requirements of Wikipedia and re-publish it. I’ll let him fight the battles.

RE:Wikipedia talk Administrators' noticeboard[edit]

Well, my first experiment in editing other users' talk pages and comments was an overwhelming success. The The Promenader was very co-operative and gave me his permission to do this. (Please view my edit history) --Siva1979Talk to me 20:17, 8 June 2006 (UTC)

Well, of course, I realize that my own edits are not perfect either! But I am willing to correct errors to the best of my abilities. There is no such thing as a user having edits which have no errors in them at all. I am aware of where I stand when it comes to the command of the English language. And by the way, please feel free to correct my talk comments and edits if you find any grammar or spelling errors in them. If we co-operate in this manner, I believe that the standard of English among English Wikipedians would improve greatly. --Siva1979Talk to me 20:50, 8 June 2006 (UTC)

Thank you![edit]

For participating in my insane project and surviving, here is a present! Enjoy! Linuxbeak (drop me a line) 01:33, 9 June 2006 (UTC)

aWP This user survived AntiWikipedia.

GBHS Decathlon[edit]

I fixed it by removing the text from the page and transferring it to the school page. Is that OK?

User:Sweetiepetie[edit]

Hi. I see you've blocked User:Sweetiepetie as a sockpuppet of User:JamieAdams. I've looked at JamieAdams' talk history and the behaviour seems very out of character for Sweetiepetitie. I've never seen the latter be so provocative. I don't have the technical knowledge to explain the IP address, but I do notice that he/she has had problems with AOL proxies recently.

Anyhow, as far as I know, Sweetiepetie has done nothing to warrant being permablocked -- I've had the user's Userpage on my watchlist for a while now too, and follow the project he's mainly involved in. The JPStalk to me 13:14, 10 June 2006 (UTC)

Ooops, sorry, I didn't check the Blcok Log. You merely added the tag. It was User:Tony Sidaway who did the blocking. The JPStalk to me 13:33, 10 June 2006 (UTC)

Endoscopic foreign body retrieval[edit]

Thanks! I enjoyed starting the article. Take care -- Samir धर्म 04:02, 11 June 2006 (UTC)

Sockpuppet templates[edit]

Is there anything wrong with using your own templates??? --Sunholm(talk) 15:39, 11 June 2006 (UTC)

Apologies. I was testing a new template! --Sunholm(talk) 15:52, 11 June 2006 (UTC)

Message from Djing1985[edit]

So was it you who deleated that page? The page is not about me, and i had only just started it, how am i meant to continue if you deleted it!!!

Next time i expect to recive a message before it is deleated, otherwise what is teh point in trying to complete a page when you are looking up teh books you have used as refrences!

Thankyou for your comment on the addition of messages how, how ever did you get my message beofre this one?

Ok firstly how have you setup this message feature can i do it, secondly please do not delet my page again as i am trying to gather sources and other material for it this may take a few days,

Thanks Jack

Ok , this is really srating to annoy me, and soon i will start to take it personally, why delet something i have told you i am working on!

well then before you delete it next time at least message the person and tell them why! otherwise that is retarded, and everytime i see something i dont agree with i will just change it! I have to say i have been using wikipedai for a long time now however just today i decided to add my little bit and what happens people disagree with me and choose to delete it, if you have no proof against my post and i have proof it exsist how can you delete it!

Right firstly i dont consider this article to be any of teh offenses it the mfa page, although admins often think it they do not know everything and hence you do not know everything, this article is a.) written from experiance b.)written from research c.) written with the intent to share the knowledge that many people know, but many do not...

If an article cant be started and hence written about an area where not much is known but what is known is actually written in books to back it up then surely what is teh point of writting an article if someone can come along and just delete it.

I am know going to get the books i have read that specifcally state what is in teh article just more in deph before you delete it again i suggest you read those books or ask someone who has!

Jack!

Alex Acker...[edit]

Hey I was just wondering why you posted ({{somewebsite}}) in the history of the Alex Acker picture I uploaded from nba.com, Image:Alex acker.jpg. I know it was a while ago but I just didn't get what you meant.

Oh wait... nevermind, haha sorry....all it showed was the text until I posted it on your talk board thing.

Re: copyright notice[edit]

Thanks for that, usually I'm very careful about filling template fields, must have slipped my mind. :) --Kuzaar-T-C- 15:37, 13 June 2006 (UTC)

Dispute resolution with Tony Sidaway[edit]

Re taking Tony to dispute resolution, as you suggested on the DRV page: If I believed I had the proverbial snowball's chance, I would...but reviewing the history of prior dispute resolution attempts with Tony, I'm convinced that the admin community will rally around him in any attempt to rein in his anti-user actions and his anti-peon attitude. I've got other walls to beat my head against in which I at least stand a remote chance of leaving a dent. Jay Maynard 00:50, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

I'd rather not continue the conversation about that MFD. Thank you. — The King of Kings 21:56, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Re: Unblocked a username block[edit]

To be honest, I'd rather you'd've notified me first; it's considered inappropriate to revert an administrative action without notifying that admin first (unless unreachable, and my participation is still intermittent, but hardly nonexistent). Leaving that to one side, my block was based on WP:USERNAME#Inappropriate usernames, an official policy which forbids "'Bot', 'Robot', 'Script', 'Initialize', 'Automated', 'Daemon', etc., unless the name is intended as a designated bot account" and demands, rather than suggests, this user pick a new name. Anyway, appropriate apologies if you're already aware of policy, and thanks for the get-wells :) RadioKirk (u|t|c) 01:56, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the note. :) I won't reblock to start with, but I'm going to leave a note on the user's talk page enumerating the specific policy in reminding him that he'll need a new username. Leaving him unblocked for the moment will make his response easier as well. Thanks again! RadioKirk (u|t|c) 14:56, 19 June 2006 (UTC)
That idea works for me. :) RadioKirk (u|t|c) 15:13, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Administrator Tony[edit]

Hi, I was very suprised in the way the Administrator Tony Sidaway reacted with regard to the removal of political userboxes [3]. I am not very familiar with the procedures surrounding adminship, but looking at his block log [4] does not give me the impression he has behaved admin-like since he became Administrator in March 2005 [5]. What is your opinion on this matter as an Administrator? Cpt. Morgan (Reinoutr) 21:00, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Silly User:MPF[edit]

I got it off of this page User:MPFJaJaon 16:23, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Mini mental state examination[edit]

Hi FreplySpang,

If you can disclose-- what is the wording of the cease and desist from minimental? Do we have a lawyer that can take a look at it? Where is the (legal) line of what we can reproduce? I want to know 'cause I'd like to write about it; I think that is worthy of mention in the MMSE article-- as is discussed here (google cache)-- and formally here (Powsner S, Powsner D. Cognition, copyright, and the classroom. Am J Psychiatry. 2005 Mar;162(3):627-8. PMID 15741491.). Nephron  T|C 08:52, 21 June 2006 (UTC)

Jesus migration[edit]

The article will get a NPOV tag and a couple others , but thanks for informing me about the criteria.Geo. 00:37, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

PRINCE2 article[edit]

Finally checked into Wikipedia after some time and discovered the restart of the PRINCE2 article.
Looking at the article the majority of descriptions were written by me right at the beginning of the article. See [6]. I was perfectly aware of the copyright situation with regard from PRINCE2 and explicitly wrote it from memory.
What did they claim was copied? --ChrisG 19:26, 22 June 2006 (UTC)