I can hide my authorship of the rebuses, but people need to know what the real rebuses. I was very disappointed by your attempts to limit the intellectual progress of people. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Airevgeny (talk • contribs) 22:04, 30 April 2010 (UTC)
- Except those aren't real rebuses. If you can show an example of that apostrophe-letter-deletion code or that letter-swapping thing as a standard rebus system from something other than your own work, then it's fine. But I've seen a lot of rebuses and I haven't once seen it other than your logic puzzles. And you're not supposed to hide your authorship. You're not supposed to contribute anything that you created yourself. Look at Wikipedia:No_original_research. --Idran (talk) 03:02, 1 May 2010 (UTC)
This is not my logic, the logic rebuses of all. See thousands of similar examples here:  In order not to violate the copyrights of the owners of these pictures, I made examples of rebuses themselves. Similar examples of rebuses exist in Wikipedia in other languages.
Sorry, but I am inclined to regard your actions as vandalism and ready to defend his innocence in any Institute