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Looking back at the start of my edits this year to the beginning:
Note regarding alternate account:This is a history of my older account. Since I was new. I was warned on stuff the editors didn't know why I was doing it. One warning of fraud date signing. I just didn't know how to sign. Also I was accused of making unconstructive edits on a navbox I was creating. It was just me removing my unfigured out goofs I made. Along with other stuff I didn't understand yet regarding User:J Greb.
Additional comments:Me being embarrassed is why I switched to this account but I later realized that I was slow on learning and that should be accepted as ok. Nothing against Wikipedia:Sock puppetry what tells not to do though. I was also younger too. It took me forever knowing that you should move a certain way just in this account alone. So I still facepalm of a lot of my edits in this account regarding moving. So if I do another edit that is wrong now per guideline. Please assume good faith. There is a lot of guidelines out there that I maybe missed.
IP related information: In the past I started out as a IP editor. I wouldn't know which one. I didn't remember how old I was. I do believe I was a teenager. All I remember is I added villains on the Teen Titans navbox that still there. I know I was responsible for adding villains on the Justice League navbox as well. I think this is it. I was just learning and I am sure I made a lot of mistakes. I don't use ANY IP anymore. I never did a unconstructive or a unserious edit on purpose in my IP contributions (except for a one where I reverted myself [as planned] in this account a long time ago. [RIP on a film series statement on a article that I contribute heavily on Update: Found it. I fastly reverted myself in good faith.] That's a one time thing though.) Although I never use IP accounts no more. I am thankful for it though because it made me realize I wanted to take part. So no I am not negative of allowing IP's to edit. I just prefer them to sign in once they like Wikipedia and do constructive edits.
Blocks: Nah I never got blocked! Except on accident somehow. It wasn't aimed at me though. So we good. One helpful thing is I am cautious at editing and good-natured on conversation. I do like to be bold though.
Conflicts with other editors:I try not to disgree with a lot editors. I do recall having disagreements though. User:J Greb and me get along swimmingly on the navbox related discussions. Not! But still I try to as much as I can and I still regard him as a colleague. My most heated debate was on Talk:Glenn Beck and I should have been more careful with what I said. A user there was in a fighting mood. lol. He was blocked now and loves to talk smack about this site thanks to me and other editors on his blog. The only thing I am sure is that he was a liberal.
User:Tenebrae, User:MichaelQSchmidt (Main article), User: Darkwarriorblake, User:TriiipleThreat, User: Erik and User:Rusted AutoParts and User talk:Betty Logan, User: Nightscream etc. have become like family to me while editing Wikipedia. Definitely thanks to WikiProjects. Some I try to put in line while some do vice versa. Sticking together for things that we like and relate to is a good thing about this site. I also like to meet other respectful editors as well. If I talked on your page before. Chances are you are on my watchlist automatically. I designed it that way.
The Future: In the future I do want to be a administrator if I am still active. Although that is the question. Will I stay active. I just know Wikipedia shouldn't be the only thing to focus on outside of real life. Would I be a good and responsible one? Yes I know I would...but it will be up to a lot of other editors too that is going to judge my past Wiki sins as a younger editor compared to how good I am now and how I could be at for the future. Which I won't be a fan of. But I got to get ready for it anyways. But I know I have what it takes if that's the mission that I am going to take. Although I don't edit for that goal. I edit because I like it...just like I first knew about it because I liked to read it. I am a reader and a writer...and Wikipedia make me realize that. (Even though I suck at punctuation.) Now being administrator worthy is of course going to be a goal now that it is being 2014. Along with making articles GA and FA when I can. Along with rollbacking vandalizers if I am really bored. Maybe even creating more articles and navboxes. Along with downloading images. Also with discussing whatever. So wish me luck in the future (whoever is reading this) on achieving these goals and being a Veteran editor 3!!!

Update log 22:13, 1 January 2014 (UTC): My goal today was make at least 14,000 edits in my contributions. I have succeeded and I am now going to take a break.

Update log 03:55, 8 January 2014 (UTC): Laid low today and is kind of burnt out of editing. Not to mention that I am trying to find times for writing novels too. This is complicating it. I still want to expand on my contributions again though for the future.

Yes... it may well be.... but it does need work first[edit]

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Reply[edit]

Sounds awesome. Rusted AutoParts (talk) 12:05 28 May 2011 (UTC)

The Lone Ranger[edit]

Hey, would you like to check out the film project article i just created? Please respond. Rusted AutoParts (talk) 21:26 9 June 2011 (UTC)

Merry Christmas[edit]

Merry Christmas[edit]

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Opportunity[edit]

After reading you comment. I would like to learn how to become a better user on Wikipedia. - User:TreCoolGuy

Avengers Studio[edit]

I started a talk page on the 2012 in film page. About why Marvel Studios should be just credited for it not Disney. -- TreCoolGuy (talk) 1:31, 4 January 2014 (UTC)

Avengers/Iron Man 3[edit]

Hello, I started a talk page discussion on the list of Paramount Pictures films page. About adding Avengers and Iron man 3 to the page. Thanks for reading this message and have a good day. – TreCoolGuy (talk) 3, March 2014 (UTC)

FOX Animated Universe[edit]

I have started a discussion on the talk page for the FOX Animated Universe to keep it. You can find the discussion right here. Thanks and have a good day. - TreCoolGuy (talk) 09 March 2014 (UTC)

Your GA nomination of P.T. (demo)[edit]

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July Spider-Man work[edit]

All of your edits yesterday and today on Spider-Man: WOW!! THANK YOU for all that you did. That was some serious improvement! Spidey104 17:58, 9 July 2015 (UTC)

Wizard[edit]

Happy to help, Jh. Here are archive links for #61-70, #71-80, and #191-200 to start off with. There are links at the bottom of these pages for other numbers, and if you click around these archive pages you should be able to accumulated the rest. Happy hunting!

While I have you, perhaps I could ask you to go to the RfC at Talk:The Phantom and weigh in there. With regards, --Tenebrae (talk) 01:24, 10 July 2015 (UTC)

Well, let's gather as many as we can. The pattern seems to be that in the original URLs, the fourth number from the left after ".com" and the seventh number from the left after ".com" each go up one in tandem, and that each time they do so, they do it in a pair of URLs, one ending in "thgreatestcharacters.html" and the other ending in "thgreatestcharacters2.html." So "0514082" goes up to "0515083" and "0516084" etc. The URL for #181-190 seems an exception, and sometimes one or the other number goes up by two when the other goes up by one, and in the lower character numbers (below #40), it looks like the fifth character from the left goes up. After that, I can't quite figure out the pattern. Still, here's everything so far from #21-on:
--Tenebrae (talk) 01:57, 12 July 2015 (UTC)
So I did a Google search for [wizard "THE 200 GREATEST COMIC BOOK CHARACTERS OF ALL TIME" "20."], hoping it would get me a dead original link for whoever character #20 was, and I got a hit. (It was Ultron, by the way.) Doing an archive search on that gave me, ironically, #1-10 but not yet #11-20. I'm working on it.
  • #2-10
  • #1, and boy, was it a wrong choice. But each to one's own. --Tenebrae (talk) 02:17, 12 July 2015 (UTC)
Whoops — didn't read your full post till now. I can't remember how I found the first one, though I imagine it was by running across an old Wikipedia footnote with the original URL and then searching for it at archive.org. Or, no, wait — now II'm jogging my memory, I may have found the original URL at an old forum posting online. Sometimes you get lucky with these old links. --Tenebrae (talk) 03:01, 12 July 2015 (UTC)

GameSpot Issue fixed[edit]

Hey, just to let you know, you can archive those GameSpot refs with complete safety now on both Archive.org and WebCite. But old archived links done during the time of the problem still suffer from that issue, so fresh archiving is needed. --ProtoDrake (talk) 14:51, 16 July 2015 (UTC)

Nomination of Midtown High School for deletion[edit]

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Midtown High School-related[edit]

I have added some info to your sandbox with some references to some of the staff members. --Rtkat3 (talk) 00:58, 20 July 2015 (UTC)

Oops[edit]

You messed up. You do NOT do moves like that while an AFD is in process. Schmidt, Michael Q. 01:33, 20 July 2015 (UTC)

@Jhenderson777: Update: I have moved the article with history BACK to mainspace. For now... work on it THERE. Patience, grasshopper... patience. Schmidt, Michael Q. 01:47, 20 July 2015 (UTC)
@Jhenderson777: AND you now have a copy I have placed in User:Jhenderson777/Midtown High School. What edits you do to one, do also to the other. Green tickY Schmidt, Michael Q. 02:02, 20 July 2015 (UTC)

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Other Spider-Man articles[edit]

I really like what you've done creating all of the articles lately of different versions of Spider-Man! It has definitely taken a lot of work and they look great. Life is very busy right now so I can't offer much help (I'll do what I can when I can), but I can offer words of encouragement to let you know your effort is noticed and appreciated. Spidey104 20:51, 27 July 2015 (UTC)

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Response[edit]

Satanus made a few appearances in Batman/Superman last year, you can look it up. Blaze appeared in a New 52 Supergirl story as well, she historically hasn't appeared in as many Superman-related titles as Satanus but it's irrelevant since both characters share a wikipedia page.

I am not overly impressed with the comments you left after reverting my edit on the navbox, which by itself didn't bother me as much since it would've been better if you had said nothing at all. Not only have you contradicted yourself on based on your past comments like being civil, deciding whether to add or remove character entries based on quantity of media adaptations (which btw, a lot of these characters even when adapted to other media did not even appear in Superman-centric stuff), I am also beginning to think you are spiting me deliberately.Haleth (talk) 16:27, 22 August 2015 (UTC)

A few characters off the top of my head who lack past appearances in Superman-centric media...Ultra Humanite? Atomic Skull as supervillain? But like Neutron, they all debuted as Superman villains and aren't canon immigrants like Darkseid which according to other editors should face stricter tests on how integral they are to the key concepts of the subject matter they have been imported into.

I think you missed what I said in the first sentence of the second paragraph. It wouldn't have bothered me much, if at all, if you had simply reverted without saying anything. I didn't go back and edit war again, did I? I tend to let things go if what I did REALLY bothers someone that much. I assume you probably realized that your comments were rude, which is why you decided to discuss it on my talk page. So I do appreciate that. Keep in mind that you have assumed bad faith probably as much as I did towards you, which is likely because we did a lot of edit warring in the past. And you refer to other editors being tough on you...well did he call your edits "pathetic", or made any other personal slights towards you in any way like implying that you are some crazed fan boy? It doesn't mean I get offended, but I am certainly less inclined to take you seriously.

I don't think it makes a whole lot of sense if it's all about media adaptations for the sake of it. If a Superman villain was used as some random Justice League villain without his or her connection to Superman being emphasized, then that shouldn't count especially when some of us have pushed for the strict and more exclusive nature of these navbox templates...it just means it's more likely that the character warrants a page on their own right. Just because a particular character doesn't have a lot of multimedia appearances, doesn't mean their presence in the comic book medium is to be dismissed.

So for example, Deathstroke have appeared in an animated Batman movie, a Batman animated series and two Batman video games so far, but that still doesn't qualify him as a Batman villain by your standards, am I right? By contrast, you also thought Doctor Death should have been included for the Batman navbox because of that milestone first appearance, and you started questioning whether I was biased or only into recent very comics after I reasoned that he is very obscure and hasn't really been used more in the Batman mythos over its 75+ years of history. I re-added him back to the navbox after thinking about the points you made. I'm not trying to open another can of worms, but comparing two different scenarios and the line of reasoning you are on.

And not everyone uses a mobile device to access wikipedia. Haleth (talk) 17:13, 22 August 2015 (UTC)

And again you are contradicting yourself. That is the complete opposite of the reasoning you gave in your comments when you reverted my edit: that Blaze and Satanus had no media adaptations. But they, like the other characters I mentioned earlier with little to no media presence, have established themselves as Superman villains in the comic book medium. And again, you're going "all bad faith" and passive aggressive on me after lecturing me to do the exact opposite in your last reply, now you are wondering out loud if you are going to "bother reading all of that" or insinuating that I will always "find an issue with how it works". Have you thought about the length of my reply was in response to you making three separate edits in a row on my talk page before I had the chance to response? Why bother having a discussion at all if you aren't going to make a sincere attempt to read what the other side has to say, or that you are already vocalizing feelings of contempt and being dismissive? Do you even understand what I am trying to convey to you? I am not re-opening the discussion regarding Deathstroke, I am comparing the stance you took with the stance you are taking now. The reasoning I am gathering from you now is that the only reason for your objection is the lack of media appearances.

Boomerang isn't a good comparison because he was part of an ensemble who starred as villain protagonists in Superior Foes of Spider-Man last year, and has in fact appeared in a lot more media then what you are suggesting. A character like Spot would be more appropriate given the comparable number of appearances and level of significance he has in Spider-Man's rogues gallery. Between Blaze and Satanus, both of them have four Elseworlds versions in addition to the standard Pre-Flashpoint and New 52 versions.

I am getting to a point where I just don't feel like a discussion with you is worth my time based on your attitude. Prove me wrong. Or maybe don't bother, and I will respond in kind. Haleth (talk) 18:03, 22 August 2015 (UTC)

GrandLeader's changes to Spider-Man template[edit]

GrandLeader has a history of making additions to the Spider-Man template that don't belong. His recent edit includes notes saying the characters should stay because discussion supports their inclusion. I cannot find any such discussion so I left a message on his talk page about it. I thought I'd let you know since you and I are the two editors who most often revert his edits. I figure we can give him a little bit of time to come up with a discussion before we revert the edits. Spidey104 16:12, 25 August 2015 (UTC)