User talk:GZee

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Douglas Bush[edit]

Thanks for your message. Actually I was pleased that someone added Aharon Lichtenstein's name to the list of students at Douglas Bush--I think it's interesting that Bush had influence in such disparate fields, and I think it's equally interesting that Lichtenstein had such a distinguished background in English literature. Chick Bowen 18:21, 29 September 2006 (UTC)

List of United States presidential vetoes[edit]

I saw your date changes on the recent set of Bill Clinton vetoes I dumped in (at least, his vetoes in the 105th and 106th Congresses). Personally though, your new date format is a little weird and a bit repetitive, for example seeing:

  • 1997 Jun 09:
  • 1997 Oct 10:
  • 1997 Nov 13:
  • 1998 May 20:
  • 1998 Jun 23:

...and so on. Clinton made ~13 vetoes in 98-99, so the years start to get repetitive, and the month abbreviation is a little too informal for me. However, I can see how saying June 9, 1997 is a little weird (it's what I'm used to, but it's a weird order). What about instead breaking it up so that there's one mention of year, and then each line has the month and day, e.g.:

  • 106th Congress
    • 1999 (1st Session)
      • September 23: HR 2488
      • September 28: HR 2587
      • October 18: HR 2606
      • October 25: HR 2670
      • November 3: HR 3064
    • 2000 (2nd Session)
      • April 25: S 1287
      • August 5: HR 4810

...and so on (I don't want to write down all the budget bills he nailed that year). Thoughts? And if you want to dig in on populating some veto listings, take a look at [1] or the listings at THOMAS (select "Search Bill Summary, Status" near the top, then click the number Congress near the top, and then finally choose "Vetoed Bills" near the bottom). –Pakman044 04:21, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

November 2016[edit]

Information icon Please do not add unreferenced or poorly referenced information, especially if controversial, to articles or any other page on Wikipedia about living (or recently deceased) persons, as you did to Donald Trump. Stop adding "climate change denier" to articles. Doc talk 08:21, 24 November 2016 (UTC)

The climate change denial section under Donald Trump clearly documents how he has repeatedly denied that climate change is happening GZee (talk) 18:00, 25 November 2016 (UTC)

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