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a discussion that may concern you[edit]

Hi Joe - Another editor has suggested to me that it might be appropriate to notify you of this ongoing discussion at WP:AN related to Wiki-PR. Best, Kevin Gorman (talk) 01:14, 24 October 2013 (UTC)

Hi Kevin, I am uninterested in that discussion and am not familiar with "Wiki-PR". Thank you, but please feel free to proceed without me.--Joemeservy (talk) 21:22, 29 October 2013 (UTC)

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Proposed deletion of America (Imagine Dragons song)[edit]

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Blanking[edit]

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Proposed deletion of The Innovative University: Changing the DNA of Higher Education[edit]

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Disambiguation pages[edit]

Hello, Joemservy. When you changed Lloyd George from a redirect to a disambiguation page, you (a) didn't format the disambiguation page in accordance with the Manual of Style; and (b) may have overlooked the fact that well over 100 other articles contain links to "Lloyd George" that no longer point to the originally intended article. Please fix all incoming links when you create a disambiguation page. Thank you. --R'n'B (call me Russ) 09:52, 25 September 2014 (UTC)

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Persistent editing while logged out, violations of WP:MULTIPLE[edit]

Please make sure you are logged in when you edit Wikipedia. If you use a combination of your registered account and anonymous IP addresses on the same articles or talk pages, then you may be in violation of WP:MULTIPLE.

All of the above IP addresses have appeared repeatedly at the articles which you created as Joemeservy, which makes them stand out plainly. If I bothered to go back further in time, I could track down more IPs that were clearly you, for instance some Las Vegas work in the summer of 2013 as 76.4.239.150 and 24.234.203.133, and in the summer of 2014 as 76.4.235.156 and 24.234.114.67, as well as the the Christmas/New Years break of 2013–14 when you edited from Texas as 76.30.211.218. In 2012 there was 67.40.99.209. I'm sure there are a lot more.

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir article is one that appears to be where you get into the most trouble abusing multiple accounts. As 67.40.99.209 in May 2012 you deleted a relevant maintenance tag without fixing the indicated problem, this being just a few days after you edited the article as Joemeservy. In mid-July 2014 you added some material as IP 24.234.114.67 and you were reverted by Jgstokes with this edit. The very next edit is you returning as Joemeservy to restore a ref that Jgstokes had removed. On July 23, 2014, Jgstokes removed a bunch of Youtube video links that you added as 24.234.114.67, then a few edits later as Joemeservy you added another Youtube video link. On December 13 editing as 67.160.112.238 you deleted some text about the Battle Hymn lyrics, which was reverted by Jgstokes, but on December 15 you made the exact same removal as Joemeservy.

I can see you are a valuable editor, but you cannot abuse multiple accounts and expect to continue with your work. Please restrict yourself to the Joemeservy account, or create a new account for those times when you are on public machines, and declare this alternate account on your userpage. Binksternet (talk) 08:04, 16 February 2015 (UTC)

I'm asking you once again to voluntarily stop editing logged out, as you have done repeatedly since I wrote this note.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12] If you continue to use IPs to evade scrutiny then I will report your behavior to WP:ANI. You should also declare your conflict of interest, you being an agent for the bands Imagine Dragons and the Killers. Binksternet (talk) 20:44, 18 February 2015 (UTC)