User talk:JudahH

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User:Ward3001[edit]

I believe that your decision to make a change on my user page without my consenst entitles me to a response: the vandalism box is not an invitation for you to exercise your juvenile, self-centered arrogance by changing it. Now that we've cleared the air, if you decide to vandalize my user page again I will treat it like any other vandalism and make a vandalism report. Ward3001 (talk) 15:51, 7 February 2008 (UTC)

Relax. I didn't put anything on your user page that wasn't true: my vandalism brought the count up to 39, if 38 was the correct count before. That amused me, and since it didn't change anything else on your page--in fact, since it was an update that you might have made yourself, I wasn't too bothered over obtaining consent. I find your stuffy, moralistic attitude rather less justified than my "juvenile, self-centered arrogance", but naturally, this is a matter of opinion. Don't worry, I shan't push your buttons by vandalizing your user page any more. I wouldn't have in any case: it would be like repeating a joke because someone doesn't find it funny the first time.
Regards,

JudahH

PS-Do try to mellow out a little. I believe it will make you a happier man.JudahH (talk) 16:00, 7 February 2008 (UTC)

WP:MMA[edit]

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Kevlar (talk) 03:56, 1 October 2012 (UTC)

False accusation of rape[edit]

I very much agree with your 20:29, 22 July 2013 edit of the above article. Let's see if it holds. It's hard work dealing with folks who are mainly interested in pushing their political agendas. Badmintonhist (talk) 21:03, 22 July 2013 (UTC)

Thank you. Yes, it can be challenging to deal with someone aggressively pushing his agenda, but we all have some sort of agenda, don't we? The challenge is to arrive at something mutually satisfactory. I hope Roscolese either accepts the edit or refines it, rather than trumping up a reason to revert again. JudahH (talk) 21:14, 22 July 2013 (UTC)
The first sentence of the "false accusations" section is now much better than what Roscelese originally had there. However, I'm wondering about the "many reasons other than falsity" part of the next sentence. Since you seem to have access to the source, does it support "many reasons" or is this an embellishment? Badmintonhist (talk) 19:17, 23 July 2013 (UTC)
I agree, I'm glad he left that in there. The section doesn't bother me so much with that more neutral cast.
I don't have any special access to the source. Source 1 is available (partially) from the Google Books page linked in the article. The relevant part here runs: Some jurisdictions may routinely relegate a large percentage of rape complaints to [the category of 'unfounded'] simply as a means of closing an investigation once it becomes difficult. Because of this method of "closing" an investigation, rates of false allegations may have been inflated and misrepresented...
So no, no mention of "many" reasons there; just one broad reason. I can't access source 2. JudahH (talk) 21:37, 23 July 2013 (UTC)

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