User talk:Julia Rossi
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- 1 En garde ...
- 2 Frohliche Weihnachten
- 3 And to you too...
- 4 Back, a little
- 5 Conway's Game of Life
- 6 Wherefore art thou, Julia
- 7 Restrictive - me?
- 8 Very Nice Work with Aristotle Onassis
- 9 Bush crush
- 10 Re: Gone
- 11 Thanks
- 12 I'm back.
- 13 George Caddy
- 14 Did You Know question
- 15 thx
- 16 DYK
- 17 DYK nomination of George Caddy
- 18 Dot spot
- 19 DYK for George Caddy
- 20 Ancora sull'ancora
- 21 DYK for Olive Cotton
- 22 Ahhh, it feels so nice to be watched over by you
- 23 Semi-suicide
- 24 AfD
- 25 User
- 26 Thanks!
- 27 Type tip
- 28 Finnish humor
- 29 Manure
- 30 It's that time of year again
- 31 help welcome
- 32 Chateau-Neuf de Saint-Germain-en-Laye
- 33 Your Bon Noel template
- 34 ??!!
- 35 Book by old time, non-notable english author
- 36 Poarding
- 37 Gerald N. Epstein
- 38 Novels Collaboration of the Month: March 2009
- 39 SETI theology
- 40 The WikiProject Novels Newsletter - March 2009
- 41 DYK for Olorgesailie
- 42 Help with French translation
- 43 Gerald N. Epstein
- 44 Gerald N. Epstein
- 45 Paint faint
- 46 Joke poke
- 47 More Gerald Epstein
- 48 Happy Julia Rossi's Day!
- 49 WikiProject Novels Newsletter - June 2009
- 50 WikiProject Novels - Coordinator Election
- 51 Coordinator Election
- 52 The WikiProject Novels Newsletter - July 2009
- 53 WikiProject Novels - Narnia Task Force
- 54 WikiProject Novels - August 2009 Newsletter
- 55 Copyright problem: George Chapman (healer)
- 56 White horse (mythology)
- 57 Orphaned non-free image File:Maugham The Casuarina Tree 2.jpg
- 58 New WikiProject Novels initiative
- 59 WikiProject Novels Collaboration for February
- 60 Happy Valentine's Day, wherever you are
- 61 Wikipedia:Peer review/FutureSex/LoveSounds/archive2
- 62 File:250px-Villa savoye cote.jpg listed for deletion
- 63 Still thinking of you
- 64 Happy Valentine's Day
- 65 ArbCom elections are now open!
- 66 It's that time of year again
- 67 Happy Valentine's Day
En garde ...
... liement, battement, croisé, flèche!
- Dear me, in the thumbnailed miniature display it looks like you chopped off an opponent's hand. :-O Whose, I wonder? ---Sluzzelin talk 10:10, 12 December 2008 (UTC)
- Oops, shouldn't have squeezed and bumped. Inconsiderate manners, I do apologize and hope you won't take it as a challenge, you'll have plenty of that on your trip, and so, hoping to hear the clinks and chings early in January, I hope you slide happily in to The New Year, wherever you may be right then (here, we probably won't even be preparing for the festivities yet ). Enjoy your break!---Sluzzelin talk 01:27, 27 December 2008 (UTC)
- (Re:this): I think she should be safe on your user page, but I know little of copyright thingies and there's a lot to read, both here and at commons. Several of my early attempts to illustrate the desks, e.g., were "fair use" images and consequently blanked sooner or later. I guess you should ask another individual (or collective). I'm sorry I missed the show :-). ---Sluzzelin talk 03:51, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
And to you too...
Back, a little
Yo. I just realized why I feel so well disposed toward you. I had a wicked crush on a girl in my grade school whose name was Linda Rossi. She was a sweet, pretty, raven-haired Italian type, like a skinny Snow White. I remember one time the teacher made us all get up and read a few sentences aloud one at a time, and she could read only very haltingly. I still remember how adorable she was in her embarassment, and my heart went out to her. We chivalrous types like to feel superior. --Milkbreath (talk) 05:06, 13 December 2008 (UTC)
Conway's Game of Life
struck through your earlier pointer to RD/E at the Village Pump to avoid misdirecting the OP if he comes back there; I hope I didn't step on your toes too hard. Feel free to modify or delete your comment as you see fit. TenOfAllTrades(talk) 14:03, 16 December 2008 (UTC)
Wherefore art thou, Julia
Despite my well documented annual attacks of Santaclaustrophobia: Fröh-hö-hö-liche Weihnachten nach Australien! Roast reindeer is my favourite and a few stubbies of Coopers Ale may result in a seasonal red nose... Luv and Cuddles from Helmut. --Cookatoo.ergo.ZooM (talk) 08:41, 21 December 2008 (UTC)
Restrictive - me?
Thanks for that. Most of my interventions are intended to be ironic but irony often doesn't work on the RD. I think WP is a bit censorious on the RD which is a sort of irony in itself given the much quoted 'no censorship' pillar that it is built on. I really love the say-anything format that Yahoo answers follows. Cerebrally it is often depressingly awful with it's text script questions and scary exhibitions of scientific ignorance and interweaving of reality and fantasy, but, hey each to his own and at least we have the freedom to display our ignorance, and boy I realise mine when I read some of the answers here on the RD! Have a good holiday. R —Preceding unsigned comment added by Richard Avery (talk • contribs) 16:45, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
OOH, right, now I understand what you mean. By 'talk page' you mean my signature that is red. I thought you were referring to the background colour of my actual talk page - hence your puzzling reply. It is red because I don't have a page with my name. Simple and as boring as that. R 18.104.22.168 (talk) 22:51, 26 December 2008 (UTC)
Very Nice Work with Aristotle Onassis
Nice to meet you. Very nice work with Onassis.
Yes... It is me... But my IP is from Rio de Janeiro. Tel me your email. Ill send a song from here to you. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Alex Rio Brazil (talk • contribs) 00:13, 17 January 2009 (UTC)
Hi Julia! Thanks for the message, but, my birthday is 5 sept - Im virgo :) Asc Aries Moon in virgo too. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Alex Rio Brazil (talk • contribs) 01:23, 3 March 2009 (UTC)
Hi Jules, I didn't get the chance to comment on your note before you whipped it away, but it didn't go unnoticed :) Hope you had a fine time on your holidays – here is a picture of you out in the bush (jodhpurs sadly not shown) – and are now refreshed, revitalized and ready to take on all comers at the RD in 2009. Epees at the ready, your d'Artagnan of Austria or if you will Richardrj talk email 10:21, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
- I'm very well, thank you for asking. Spent a chilly but lovely Christmas enjoying the seasonal transformation of Vienna such as here. Still in one piece last time I checked, --Richardrj talk email 21:05, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
Yes I am. I don't know where Hamuhamu went, but until she comes back I will be revamping Hamu's articles and keeping them up-to-date. It's kinda sad actually, it's like going to a funeral. But yes, I will help with the images. – J U M P G U R U ■ask㋐㋜㋗■ 17:40, 3 January 2009 (UTC)
Thank you for your messages. I went away before Christmas and returned home yesterday. In between, I was in Mexico City where it was warm (though not as warm as I expected), trying to communicate in abysmal Spanish. I was fortunate not to be pushed in front of a subway train.
The pattern was 1) I would laboriously construct and rehearse a sentence, then unleash it on the waiting public, 2) They, if they understood it at all, would respond in rapid Spanish, which I would not understand. 3) I would spend the next while trying to express my request differently.
I think a big part of the problem was that by saying anything in Spanish, I gave the highly erroneous impression that I understood "some" Spanish.
The problem is exemplified by the old story of Joe, who immigrated from Europe to North America, with no knowledge of English. Joe had a buddy who helped him get a job on a construction site, and who taught him to say "apple pie and coffee" in English. Each day at lunchtime Joe went to the restaurant and said "apple pie and coffee". This worked fine until he tired of this diet and asked his friend how to order something else for a change. His friend taught him to say "ham sandwich and coffee". So the next day Joe went to the restaurant and happily said to the waiter "ham sandwich and coffee". The waiter replied "white or rye?". Joe said "apple pie and coffee".
Best wishes for 2009!
¡Feliz y próspero año nuevo!
- Saw it pop on recent changes ... so many of the N's (new articles) are vandalism, drivel, or junk and this was written and well sourced and everything. No idea about DYK. Gerardw (talk) 03:00, 15 January 2009 (UTC)
Did You Know question
Hello! Your submission of Olive Cotton at the Did You Know nominations page has been reviewed, and there still are some issues that may need to be clarified. Please review the comment(s) underneath your nomination's entry and respond there as soon as possible. Thank you for contributing to Did You Know! Art LaPella (talk) 20:18, 18 January 2009 (UTC)
DYK nomination of George Caddy
Hello! Your submission of George Caddy at the Did You Know nominations page has been reviewed, and there still are some issues that may need to be clarified. Please review the comment(s) underneath your nomination's entry and respond there as soon as possible. Thank you for contributing to Did You Know! Mario1987 10:22, 21 January 2009 (UTC)
- As ever, the clue is in the subject line. You revealed the hidden secrets of the dots on your userpage. Most entertaining, --Richardrj talk email 08:55, 22 January 2009 (UTC)
DYK for George Caddy
Thank you again for your barnstar. I had been reluctant to put it on my talk page, because it is the same image as the one for the The Real Life Barnstar, which I don't deserve. (Also, it took me a while to get the connection that this was a star anchor.) Incidentally, there are other "anchor" barn stars available - see Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Ships/Archive 6#Proposed WikiProject Ships barnstar. May I ask you to change the image here to one of these? (There's no conflict with WikiProject Ships since they decided to use a wheel.) — Sebastian 03:17, 25 January 2009 (UTC)
DYK for Olive Cotton
- Wow you have so many of these, I never get any DYKs :( –Capricorn42 (talk) 07:08, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
Ahhh, it feels so nice to be watched over by you
(thats got to be a song lyric somewhere)
If we need to take ourselves too seriously, we might as well go and work for the Brittanica. Anyways thanks for your warm kudos. Phil_burnstein (talk) 12:07, 27 January 2009 (UTC)
What you posted on the short term memory thing was definitely ROFL. By the way, your Picture of the Day has a definite air of obscenity that any teenage boy would apppreciate. Phil_burnstein (talk) 16:51, 28 January 2009 (UTC)
AfD is sort of a discussion (see these). I don't think the article will survive an AfD as the subject is purely non-notable. The XfD tab is on the top of Bhaktbaba page. (NP if you have changed your mind though:)) –Capricorn42 (talk) 06:06, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
- Leave the noinclude box unchecked and provide the reasoning in the space provided, that would be sufficient. –Capricorn42 (talk) 06:24, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
I saw the afd, most weak keep comments based on AGF and lack of experts in the subject.:/ Well, looks like the sock issue is settled and not really relevant to the AfD context. –Capricorn42 (talk) 02:25, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
- Please don't take this personally, but the article will stand or (more likely) fall on its own merits. I support giving the user the opportunity to add correct references (based on WP:AGF) but if none are forthcoming I doubt anyone would challenge the AfD. Now might be a good time for you to take a step back from this debate and let the matter resolve itself. – 74 14:09, 30 January 2009 (UTC)
Hi Julia Rossi, I left a response to everyone who posted on my talk page. :) Best wishes. Acalamari 23:25, 29 January 2009 (UTC)
Thank you for the link, Julia (I hope you don't misinterpret my words; I did not mean to minimize the winter war. A single person killed in war is a source of sorrow to me... You know, since I was very young I used to go hiking alone in the Alps, and as I'm there I start thinking to all people sent there to their death, and I cannot help crying. I think I will never be able to go over World War I, it is too much for me. And it's a grain of sand compared to what came later...) But what a beautiful page you have! :) Cheers --pma (talk) 23:08, 5 February 2009 (UTC)
It's that time of year again
Click here and damn that bot!
Your (s)wish is my command.
Aw, lovely. Thank you :)
Way to go, Julia. I was going to link to fr today, but you beat me to it. It seems you do French. I guess that means I didn't screw up the translation too badly. But as you saw, I tend to get bit Frenchified in my English when I do that. --Milkbreath (talk) 11:21, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
I kill diacritics whenever I find them. English uses a 26-letter alphabet. Even when they can be justified, if the word exists in English, like cafe, chateau, or facade, they are wrong and excrescent. --Milkbreath (talk) 14:42, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
I would be forever in your debt, because I wouldn't pay you back, if you would do whatever you think is necessary for the article above and beyond what I've done, like cats or refs or whatever might need to be done about my having used pics from the French article unmodified. As for the diacritics, I too believe in consistency, and I did sort of try to keep that, leaving the diacritics in the actual French stuff and leaving them off the English, but I'm sure I was somewhat sloppy. If I feel like it, I'll straighten it out to my liking (thanks), and if I never do get around to it, c'est dommage. --Milkbreath (talk) 23:27, 18 February 2009 (UTC)
Your Bon Noel template
Hi Julia, I added a message (using the "New section" button) to a user talk page here: [] but it's invisible. By adding after your template, I managed to make it visible (see User talk:Halcatalyst). I don't know how many invisible messages are lurking on other user pages...! Please mend your template, or all the user pages of people to whom you sent Christmas wishes. Thanks. PamD (talk) 08:36, 23 February 2009 (UTC)
- Answered at PamD's user talk page, and found it was the one that slipped by me when busy correcting them at the time or people have fixed their own, afaik. Julia Rossi (talk) 07:01, 24 February 2009 (UTC)
Eureka! "Yet Richard Church (b. 1893), the son of a postman, raised and educated in south London..." He wrote several autobiographical books including "Over The Bridge, an Essay In Autobiography", "The Golden Sovereign", and others. See Richard Church (poet). 22.214.171.124 (talk) 17:20, 28 February 2009 (UTC)
Gerald N. Epstein
Thanks for your comment. I have fiddled a bit with the introductory lines, but I hope to strengthen the notablity issue with a quote about Epstein from a book on imagery theoreticians and practitioners. Unfortunately, the book isn't available to me now, and I will make the fix as soon the book gets back to me -- probably in two weeks. I will also trim and paraphrase the text where I allow Epstein to talk too much. David Hollidays (talk) 19:57, 3 March 2009 (UTC)
Novels Collaboration of the Month: March 2009
Hi, Julia. You supported Shantaram (novel), which has been selected as the Novels WikiProject's new Collaboration of the Month. Please help improve this article towards featured article standard. Cheers. – Liveste (talk • edits) 23:47, 4 March 2009 (UTC)
Hi Julia,. There are several ways to approach your question. If SETI's failure is due to the fact that there are no other sentient creatures:
- This gives great heart to those who believe that humankind is the be all and end all of creation.
- There must have been a Creator.
- There is no spontaneous generation, and perhaps there is no evolution. What seems to be evolutionary force is God's causation.
- God actively prevents humanity from destroying itself.
- We are just damn lucky.
- Etc. I'm sure you can think of a lot more.
Of course SETI's failure does not prove any of the above. There are always alternate explanations.
If you want my personal beliefs, "I'll show you mine if you show me yours".
Phil_burnstein (talk) 10:35, 5 March 2009 (UTC)
The WikiProject Novels Newsletter - March 2009
Issue 29 - March 2009
DYK for Olorgesailie
Help with French translation
- Meh, never got around to it, and now it has been deemed copyvio. Oh well. Good intentions. BrainyBabe (talk) 07:24, 25 March 2009 (UTC)
Gerald N. Epstein
Julia, A few weeks ago you said you would be willing to have a look at the revision of my entry on Gerald N. Epstein. It is up now on User:David_Holliday/Gerald Epstein. I'd appreciate it very much if you would read it. Also, can you tell me why my references aren't formatted? They were once, but I may have gummed up the works by adding some references and deleting others.
Thanks again for your help.
Gerald N. Epstein
Julia -- A quick note of many, many thanks for your partial edit and your accompanying note. It's all been enormously helpful. My computer is giving me some trouble in transferring changes, but things should be under control tomorrow. Again, many many thanks. David Hollidays (talk) 16:06, 2 April 2009 (UTC)
Jules! Welcome back to the RD. You've been taking a break from desking, I see, although not from the pedia itself. Hope all is well with you, your frugal and focused friend Richardrj talk email 08:58, 3 April 2009 (UTC) By the way, is there a missing link in your lotteries reply?
Of course I want to hear it! What better way to liven up a dull Friday morning in my cubicle? Don't worry, I will tell you if it's funny or not. Never seen Lead Balloon myself, am currently open-mouthed at The Apprentice (do you get that down under?) which is funnier and more cutting than any comedy, can't believe these kinds of people actually exist. Away you go, --Richardrj talk email 09:20, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
- I meant the British Apprentice, which is the only one I've seen. I only know one joke, it's kind of rude (no leather though, unfortunately) but I'm sure you can take that in your elegant stride. A man is trudging across the desert with his camel and his thoughts turn, as men's thoughts inevitably do, to sexual congress. Frustrated by his lack of recent activity, he contemplates trying it on with the beast of burden, but dismisses the thought as repulsive. Eventually however he can resist no longer, gets behind the camel and attempts to "enter" it. He has no luck though, the creature wriggles around, bites him and won't co-operate. A few days later, still appalled by the idea, he tries again but once again the beast turns round, bites him and refuses to keep still. His frustration mounts even further. Finally, after several more days of weary trudging, a beautiful girl appears from behind a sand dune, dressed in a diaphonous gown. She approaches him eagerly, saying "Oh, it's been months since I've had a man, I'll do anything for you, anything!" To which the man replies, "Right love, if you could just hold this camel's head still..." Tell me your country music joke – I love country music. Enjoy your weekend – Vienna is getting lovely and summery now. Focused as ever, --Richardrj talk email 14:38, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
More Gerald Epstein
Julia -- First of all, thanks again for your excellent editing. I've been an editor much of my life, so I feel I know good editing when I see. Not only did you do enough to help me see where I had been going wrong, the sentences you changed were done precise and deft. Thanks, thanks.... Would you mind running your eye over my entry again? I've kept most of what you have done, tried clarifying the import of the studies, made a few changes in the headings, and deleted material that I now see was irrelevant and not in the encyclopedia mode....Am I right that to insert these changes on the original entry, I simply create an "edit this page" and then make the changes? David Hollidays (talk) 18:23, 3 April 2009 (UTC)
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WikiProject Novels Newsletter - June 2009
Issue 30 - June 2009
WikiProject Novels - Coordinator Election
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Copyright problem: George Chapman (healer)
On February 6, 2010, the article George Chapman (healer) was tagged for investigation into potential copyright infringement of . Investigation shows that when you created the article in July 2007, you did incorporate substantial content from that article.
For one example, compare the following from your contribution:
Chapman's "surgery" on his patients was carried out on their spirit (or etheric) bodies, from which the benefits were transferred to the subjects' physical bodies. Among other cancers, he was credited with curing an inoperable and malignant brain tumour, as well as with improving various eye conditions and even lengthening a patient's leg. Chapman himself maintained that the purpose of his healing mission was to prove that there was life after death; he said the healings were secondary.
To the source:
Chapman's "surgery" on his patients was carried out on their spirit (or etheric) bodies, from which the benefits were transferred to the subjects' physical bodies. Sceptics may have scoffed, but Chapman's supporters point to many astonishing healings achieved. He is credited with curing an inoperable and malignant brain tumour, among other cancers, as well as with improving various eye conditions and even lengthening a patient's leg. Chapman himself maintained that the purpose of his healing mission was to prove that there was life after death; the healings, he said, were secondary.
Their publication of this text clearly preceded ours by over a year. The website is marked © Copyright of Telegraph Media Group.
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White horse (mythology)
Hi Julia, there is a discussion about a segment of this article regarding whether mythology surrounding the white donkey (in reference to Jewish tradition) should or should not be included in a "horse" article. As there is only one editor on each side of the issue, I am inviting some of the folks who were actively involved in creating the article and adding substantive content to take a peek and weigh in. Thanks Montanabw(talk) 22:40, 9 June 2010 (UTC)
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Happy Valentine's Day, wherever you are
Oh Julia, one day you suddenly disappeared from Wikipedia and I'll never know why. You'll probably never see this, but I wanted to say thank you for the laughs we shared on these pages. We always used to send each other Valentines and I see no reason to stop that now, even though you're not here anymore. So Happy Valentine's Day – I miss you. --Viennese Waltz 11:00, 14 February 2011 (UTC)
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Still thinking of you
Happy Valentine's Day, Julia. --Viennese Waltz 08:22, 14 February 2014 (UTC)
Happy Valentine's Day
Wishing you well Julia, wherever you are. --Viennese Waltz 08:35, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
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It's that time of year again
♥ Happy Valentine's Day, Julia. ♥ --Viennese Waltz 11:13, 14 February 2016 (UTC)
Happy Valentine's Day
With fond affection, --Viennese Waltz 08:44, 14 February 2017 (UTC)