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Your request[edit]

Hello, I see you're interested in being adopted, and I may be of help. If I know your interests, I may be able to do so. I've been at it for over 6 months with over 1500 edits, and can help you with templates and designing a user page. If you feel like it, get back to me. Thanks! Eternal dragon 09:12, 24 September 2007 (UTC)

Mark Twain Intermediate School 239[edit]

The spelling error has been fixed, and there is no need for further commentary about it. The fact that this name is commonly misspelled is interesting, but does not belong in the text of the article. No further action is needed. Tvoz |talk 06:42, 4 October 2007 (UTC)

Speedy deletion of Enormous[edit]

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Since I had created a redirect a virtual year ago, that page has experienced a huge history:

Where an alligator stores soap:

crock o' {of} Dial.

A crocodile who builds fences:

alley gator.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 14:30, 4 October 2007 (UTC)

What's this?[edit]

Looks like a job for (from?) DadaDodo. :) Locoluis 15:27, 4 October 2007 (UTC)

I do0 interpret that you assert a comparison; please, in order to avoid misperceiving this comparison, please do detail. Misconception is frequently a problem.

Thank You.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 16:20, 4 October 2007 (UTC)

Sixty percent of your arrogant, obnoxious, noxious, elitist, imperious, imperialist, plutocrat, oligarch, handicappist, manure, comments violate your observably fraudulent protestations of:

  • Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.



  • Imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge.
& married????

....As well as the Disabilities Act.

You proffer so many diagnoses, what do you bill MediCAid & MediCare??

You have offered "help", if only I would,.... whatever, in various cases.

Such as, if only I would describe my prebigbang machine,...: So far, so lie.

Such knowledge.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 23:30, 7 October 2007 (UTC)

Well, the above referenced promise would be a start.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 01:20, 8 October 2007 (UTC)

So many insults, so little time.

"What kind of computer do you have? It may be possible to get a web browser that will support Unicode and that won't crash on long pages without having to get a new computer, new operating system, or anything else. What kind of web browser are you using on your computer right now?"

In which millennium shall this, thus far, lied promise, occur??

Is there an agreement, amongst the lot of you, to maintain me in "target status", some sort of < http://harrywhittington.blogspot.com >??

Each of you uses a computer; somehow, it is connected to the internet. There is likely a modulate and demodulate {modulator and demodulator}, moda??; this implies that either it is routed via telephones, or capapable of some sort of internet-based-telephone-connection. That's the handle-like-device called a receiver; not the joystick, nor sorrowstick.

Historically, sometimes venue-alterations alter dispute-resolution.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 13:00, 8 October 2007 (UTC)


Hopiakuta, are you asking to have a phone conversation with someone about the difficulties you are experiencing here? Tvoz |talk 22:09, 8 October 2007 (UTC)
Hi Hopiakuta. I'm sorry that we insulted you. It was not our intention in any way. You are right, misconception is a problem, and we are having trouble understanding what you are trying to tell us. You must understand that we only want to help you contribute here, because we know you have ideas that are valuable. We are not targeting you we are merely trying to understand. If you wish us to stop, you can tell us that and we will. L'Aquatique talktome 05:13, 9 October 2007 (UTC)

In the west, it is yet Mo., the eighth: Sunday 8 October to early Tuesday 10 October, 1871:[edit]

Sunday 8 October to early Tuesday 10 October, 1871:

00:55, 9 October 2007 (UTC)

  • ~~~~~

"...trying to do a good job on their article,..."[edit]

How can people apply f/ this status??

Age limit, or what??

So, assume good faith for "...trying to do a good job on their article,..."?? & computer-programmers??

& assume bad faith for any ignostic??

How does this operate, exactly??

  • "...trying to do a good job on their article,..."
"...trying to do a good job on their article,..."

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 16:30, 8 October 2007 (UTC)

Most of what I write on this website is lost to wikimedia error messages; I had just scribed a response, lost it.

Hopiakuta, are you asking to have a phone conversation with someone about the difficulties you are experiencing here? Tvoz |talk 22:09, 8 October 2007 (UTC)

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Tvoz (Talk | contribs)

I do think that I had scribed a good response to that; gone.

  • I would like people to quit calling me, &/or my comments, messages:
  • "brain-damage", "nonsense", "gibberish", et-cetera.

If you think that I had called you that, then please do remind me, without assailing me w/ additional, similar, labels,....: so as to avoid increasing the insult level. The administrators, other leaders, of wikimedia, should set a better standard than: shoot-first, delete-first, destroy-first, accuse-first, label-first, categorize-first,.... When you write that way, how do you expect those of us struggling to be better????

** As for telephone-conversation,...:

Would Jerome_Lester_Horwitz say "soitenly {certainly}"?? Name any telephone in the fifty states, or New Columbia.

Are you aware that "HopiaKuta" is a turtle??

That "hopiakuta" & "kutahopia" are two of the screennames employed by "DonFphrnqTaub Persina"??

{"Don", "Mister Persina",...}

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 01:45, 9 October 2007 (UTC)

To the extent feasible, please, enable pageend, pagedown, scrolldown, et-al: comments @ the bottom. Rare exemptions otherwise; but, bottom.

&, if: "...trying to do a good job on their article,..." is the test, then, how do I get my pages reactivated, such that I might restart my efforts thereof??

&, the telephones??

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 12:05, 9 October 2007 (UTC)

Public law 62-5[edit]

I don't understand the connection between that law and New Hampshire primary. Could you explain it a bit on both pages, or I bet the "see also" links will get erased. - DavidWBrooks 19:53, 21 October 2007 (UTC)

In order to explain, would, likely veer too far into opinion, perception, f/ those pages.

Of all of the articles of these pages, of this website, particularly of those that link to other articles, @ least one of each is designed to imply opinion, in my opinion. Many go so far as to imply pure speculation. When perceiving anything, experiencing anything, including a written document, or a reference document, we must apply our individual judgement.

Beyond that, I had inserted these in the "good faith" that someone might actually want to know about each, close to each other in time. Well, that is what I want, how I perceive it; when I think of wanting more on either, it causes more interest of the other, certainly in context of other related issues, as well.

In 1988, the Democratic_Party_(United_States), New Hampshire, nominated "Vice President" David Ernest Duke. He then registered to the Republican_Party_(United_States)?? His home is near the homes of such persons as??: Robert Linlithgow Livingston; David Bruce Vitter; Governor [Elect] Bobby Jindal??

I do think that these people want to create a very different nation, & a different planet, than I do.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 23:00, 21 October 2007 (UTC)

Is there a page which lists contemporary disputes regarding the Constitution??

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 00:00, 22 October 2007 (UTC)

Talk:Blackwater#etymology[edit]

Hello. I don't understand what this comment is supposed to mean. Would you care to explain? THanks! Ewlyahoocom 08:55, 27 October 2007 (UTC)

Please answer:

Thank You,

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 14:00, 28 October 2007 (UTC)

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[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 16:10, 28 October 2007 (UTC)

What are you doing? I don't understand any of these edits. Do you need help? Ewlyahoocom 21:20, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
alakrappy [edit]

"Do you need help?"

Is that philosophical, or an offer?

You asked a question; I'd offered my best answer. You have not conceded that I'd answered; I am despondent now, that I even jump for you again, hoping that you would acknowledge my effort.

I am wondering whether this website has become my Ivan Petrovich Pavlov; maybe I'm that trained. Yelp; arf.

  • You did ignore my answer to you.
  • You did ignore my questions to you [I did locate a partial answer].



  • As you can see, several persons have offered assistance, if only I would,..... a - b - c - d -,..... In most cases, offering honest answers results in,... Well, no follow-up.

I do not know why I continually answer you; there might be some truth,....??

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 17:05, 31 October 2007 (UTC)

"lied promise"[edit]

"What kind of computer do you have? It may be possible to get a web browser that will support Unicode and that won't crash on long pages without having to get a new computer, new operating system, or anything else. What kind of web browser are you using on your computer right now?"

You said: In which millennium shall this, thus far, lied promise, occur??

There was no "promise" - I said it may be possible, that is, if you were running windows (even if it were as old as windows 95) or linux you could download firefox, etc. At this time I did not know you are on an old mac. I was asking the question for information to see if this was possible; it is, unfortunately, not. —Random832 17:53, 31 October 2007 (UTC)

One reason that you often don't get follow-ups when you answer someone's questions is that you answer here on your page - many people won't check where they left the message, they expect that any responses go to their own page. Or, if they do check here for if you have responded, they only look for a few days —Random832 17:57, 31 October 2007 (UTC)

You [must] {have} so much fun making weird pages[edit]

< \|/ Worthwhile endeavor > forwarded {beyond} is it? [ I sign {herewith} ] User:Tworth ??:00, 31 October 2007 (UTC) >

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[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 12:55, 2 November 2007 (UTC)


Talk:Walter Kirn[edit]

Information.svg Please do not use talk pages, such as Talk:Walter Kirn for discussion irrelevant to the Wikipedia article. Talk pages are for discussion related to improving the article. They are not to be used as a forum or chat room. See here for more information. Ward3001 21:00, 2 November 2007 (UTC)

Well, you can spell, apparently.

  • Despite employing a word not on either of those pages,.... Despite applying a synonymous term,.... I had not attempted a "chat", anyhow. My comments had been entirely relevant to page-placement, & its relevance to other pages. It had been largely based on research on this very website; though, partially via google.
  • As you can see, I am disabled; you have hugely contributed to today's physical pain. You have literally injured me, though indirectly. &, no I am not claiming that you force me to typewrite on the internet; however, in order to continue to participate, I need to respond. You are literally making me sick, in many ways.

Sincerely,

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 22:00, 2 November 2007 (UTC)

I did not assume bad faith, and whether you have a disability has nothing to do with any of this. Bad Kreuznach (district), an Iranian radio station, and Kern County, California have nothing to do with Walter Kirn, and comments about them do not belong on Talk:Walter Kirn. Ward3001 22:13, 2 November 2007 (UTC)

There is no way f/ you to know whether what you do aggravates my disability symptomology more on one day than the other, unless I tell you!!!! Or, there's the conspiracy theory microchip; but, seemingly, that's science fantasy, science fiction, your arrogance.

I write my emotion my way, as I had here, a year ago:


Wherever wikipedia participates in handicappism, other racism, classism, other oppression, et al, there need to be better avenues to stop it. Please trust me that I've tried many different official routes, so if you would suggest any, I've likely tried it.

We do need to establish some websites where offensive sandwiches, even sandwitches, sandwhiches, could be distributed, even offensive ones, like soylent green, soylent yellow, @ least in discussion-form, as per the metaphor.

We do need wikisoftware websites where virtually anything could be debated.

On "Sixty Minutes" I just learned the phrase "bum-hunting". That does sound like "soylent yellow".

wikipedia : don't_hand_out_panda_sandwiches_at_a_PETA_convention.

hopiakuta 00:29, 2 October 2006 (UTC)


This website continues to be noxious.

That which occurs in physical reality is not welcome; you prefer articles long enough to crash machines about minor miscellany characters in defunct cartoons.



On Thursday, the first of November, 2007, he appeared on Colbert Report in order to describe multitasking, including his personal experience of driving through snow, when he received an erotic photograph from a girlfriend via his cellular telephone. The distraction caused him to crash into various objects, such as a fence. He, also, cited multitasking as a cause of Mr. Colbert's presidential campaign, & it's failure.


Other such interviews are listed throughout this website. That is what he claimed; if he is trivia, then delete his page.


Stephen_Tyrone_Colbert's aliases include "Stephen_Tiberius_Colbert", as verified on this inconsistent self-contradictory racist handicappist website.


You manure act as if I had fabricated these facts, the way that you fabricate chat that is not even where you claim it to be.

If I have chronology, spelling,...... wrong, then make corrections.

You've failed to explain how to apply f/ "...trying to do a good job on their article,...", the honored deified status.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 07:40, 3 November 2007 (UTC)

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[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 21:10, 4 November 2007 (UTC)


OK, I think I see the confusion, at least in this specific case. You were talking about the KIRN radio station, and suggesting that there should be a link to it there, right? But in general we don't put links to every article with a similar title - even on a disambiguation page we only put links to things that people might have been looking for with what they typed in. For example, a Kirn (disambiguation) page could have a list with Kirn, Kirn, Argyll and Bute, KIRN, Kirn-Land, Walter Kirn, Roman Kirn, -- and Kirn would provide a link at the top to the disambiguation page, so if someone had typed "kirn" and what they're looking for is one of those, they can find it. Maybe KIRN could also link to the disambiguation page, but generally the other pages would not, since if someone types "walter kirn" or makes a link to it they are probably only looking for Walter Kirn, and not for KIRN. —Random832 13:55, 8 November 2007 (UTC)

Note: I have done as I suggested above. —Random832 14:02, 8 November 2007 (UTC)

Adoption[edit]

Hello there! If you want to be adopted by me, just leave a note on my talk page. I have half a year of experience, and I mainly to anti-vandal stuff. Thanks! Cheers,JetLover (Report a mistake) 23:05, 19 November 2007 (UTC)

Information.svg Welcome to Wikipedia. Although everyone is welcome to make constructive contributions to Wikipedia, at least one of your recent edits, such as the one you made to Eisenberg, did not appear to be constructive and has been reverted or removed. Please use the sandbox for any test edits you would like to make, and take a look at the welcome page to learn more about contributing to this encyclopedia. Thank you. Oneiros 22:50, 30 November 2007 (UTC)

For what, exactly??

That I had said Leland_Eisenberg, rather than Leeland_Eisenberg, Leeland_Eisenberg#New_Hampshire_campaign_office_hostage-taking, Rochester,_New_Hampshire, Hillary_Clinton_presidential_campaign_office_hostage_crisis, Hillary_Clinton_presidential_campaign_office_hostage_crisis#New_Hampshire_campaign_office_hostage-taking, terrorist, terrorism??

So much of thiswebsite is so corrupt that am wondering whether the internet would improve if many of you would spend more time in an actual sandbox.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 18:00, 9 December 2007 (UTC)

David Hume andFreemasonry[edit]

You posted (on multiple article talk pages) a rather cryptic question that I think is trying to ask if David Hume was a Freemason. Having done a bit of research on this, it looks as if there have been several "David Hume"s who have joined that fraternity through the years... then again, it is a fairly common Scottish name, so that should not surprise us :>) If you mean to ask was the well known philosopher a Freemason? The answer is, probably not... at least it does not look as if he was. He is not listed on any of the various "famous freemasons" pages that are posted by various Grand Lodges (unlike many of his contemporaries). I suppose it is possible, but there certainly isn't any reliable evidence to support the supposition. I hope this answers you question. Blueboar (talk) 02:44, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

Thank You.

Each version of your answer amounts to:

If only we would have a copy of History International's script.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 03:05, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

WP:ANI[edit]

Just a notice but your editing is being discussed at Wikipedia:Administrators'_noticeboard/Incidents#User:hopiakuta. -- Ricky81682 (talk) 06:36, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

This has been moved to Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/User:hopiakuta; you shouldn't have trouble accessing this page as you do with the larger full noticeboard page. —Random832 22:51, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

Foreign characters and question marks[edit]

There is a solution to the problem that turns foreign characters to question marks when you edit, but it requires your "User Agent" string - this is a string that the server can see what browser you're using, and it needs to know which one to check it against (when this is done, it will send the foreign characters that won't work in a form like &#345; so that your browser can send it back without breaking anything) so, if you could e-mail or post here that string (you can find out on many sites around the internet, one is http://www.useragent.org) for the version of iCab you use, this could be fixed. —Random832 22:42, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

What I meant was, it can be set up so that when there is a foreign character that won't work with your browser, it will send it as code instead, so that the code can be sent back by your browser unmodified instead of the character being turned into a question mark. But it has to know what the user agent string of the browser that doesn't work with the foreign characters is. —Random832 06:13, 17 December 2007 (UTC)
I'm sorry if I was confusing in how I worded this. "that won't work in a form like &#345;" wasn't a single phrase in the sentence - it was meant as ...it will send them (i.e. the characters that won't work) in that form (a form like &#345;) . &#345; in particular is the code for the r in Antonin Dvorak/Antonín Dvořák/[[Anton&#237;n Dvo&#345;&#225;k]]. —Random832 14:36, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

< http://useragent.org/ip-address.php >; < http://useragent.org >. encyclopædia[edit]

  • 01. Thank You.
  • 02. What is "...that won't work in a form like ř..."?

"...that won't work in a form like &#345;..."


  • 03. F/ several days I've been employing another machine; however, f/ when I do need that one,........
  • 04. If that machine deletes three or four stray characters, that is only vaguely relevant:

Much more crucial is that machine's byte-limit, deleting, well, most of this very discussionpage, given the chance. As a matter of fact, now that I'm using a slightly more capable machine, I do know that I do need to move this thing elsewhere.

Anyhow, the byte-limit is what is really crucial on that machine. The most universal solution for all persons in that predicament would be optimal. Do you think that I would be the only one w/ difficult machines, incomplete computer-skill? Please do note that even the most modern machine can freeze, crash,.....

I, @ this moment, can think of two possible universal solutions which would reduce many of the issues regarding byte-limits, as well as cache-problems, crashes, freezes,....:

  • a. "Warning: are you aware that one-hundred bytes, or more, are being deleted in this edit? If this edit is mistaken, then please go to the historylog & revert your changes, or send a message to someone capable of making corrections."
  • b. Enable segmented sectional editing on all pages of more than two paragraphs, including those not written in sectional style. This must include the first, introductory, paragraph, as well as any other heading.

Please do note that old machines are built f/ old java, old image-function,..... Therefore these functions are frequently disconnected.


There are other potential versions of these ideas as well,....

  • The nasty insults are another issue, along w/ deletion versus negotiation,.....

Thank You,

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 02:00, 17 December 2007 (UTC)



"Warning: are you aware that one-hundred bytes, or more, are being deleted in this edit? If this edit is mistaken, then please go to the historylog & revert your changes, or send a message to someone capable of making corrections." This is actually a very good suggestion in my opinion. I don't have a lot of influence for adding software features, but I'll see if the idea can be used. —Random832 06:15, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

I think it would work quite well if you made it like those edit summary notices- you have to read it and okay it to continue. l'aqùatique talk 07:27, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

A little secret for editing the introductory paragraph: To edit the first section before any heading, you can click to edit any other section, and then where it says "section=(number)" in the address bar, change the number to 0. A lot of people use javascript to do this for them, but you can just edit the address bar for that if javascript won't work. —Random832 06:18, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

  • 01. Thank You.
  • 02. What is "...that won't work in a form like ř..."?

"...that won't work in a form like &#345;..."

!!!!????!!!!????

  • * 03. Some pages are longform, their own encyclopædia, w/ few edit sections, or difficult to locate, or none @ all, or whatever,.....

If you want something to work, or, for persons to comply w/ something, please, simplify, allay fear, offer many alternatives,.....

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 12:00, 17 December 2007 (UTC)




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[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 13:10, 17 December 2007 (UTC)


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[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 13:35, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

Archiving wæklypædia weaklypeadia [edit]

"Much more crucial is that machine's byte-limit, deleting, well, most of this very discussionpage, given the chance." -- If you would like, I can set it up so that an automated program will come in and periodically move old posts from this talk page to an archive for you, so that it doesn't get so long. —Random832 16:02, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

Well, yes, Thank You, yet, simultaneously, no thank you,.... as in, better to set it in such a way that I would learn how it operates, learn on which page is the template, turn-on, turn-off, various elements.

I say all of this knowing that many other wiki-aspects are designed such that putting an extra space in some control-line, command-line, turns the function off, & that the function template is often partially represented on a viewable page.

I think that you can, as well, see that I like to tinker-experiment, in order to see if I could convince a program to move to my preference.

Being that my birthday is roughly a weak aweigh, uh, a week away, is it feasible that this relationship would be less rough f/ this new year? If this website could truly get-on w/ disability-access, universal-design, then possibly my feelings like wæklypædia could go from facetious insult, to nostalgic sarcasm.

If wikipedia:administrators' noticeboard/User:hopiakuta could move to something similar to wikipedia:administrators' noticeboard/wikieditor:DonFphrnqTaub_Persina, then, conceivably, that could remind people that they're writing about either a person, or, even, a human-being, if I qualify, rather than, merely, a screenname. If you would paste your past few comments there, then, possibly, I might actually be able to read it. Well, it could contribute, anyhow.




Imagine a world in which every single human being can freely share in the sum of all knowledge.


Imagine a world in which every single person on the planet is given free access to the sum of all human knowledge.


In these quotes, there is no mention of when this website would actually do any of that; they do say "...single human being,...", "...single person on the planet,...", so, not married?

Is this the year that these platitudes would transfer from public-relations advertizing to actual implementation? Or, is it all to remain mirage?

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 23:45, 17 December 2007 (UTC)

I would likely set it per byte, rather than calendar; not bite a colander: a small calendar causes eyestrain, a retina becomes spaghetti.

[[ hopiakuta Please do sign your signature on your message. ~~ Thank You. -]] 00:00, 18 December 2007 (UTC)