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(Re: Talk:Ambition)

Please stop propogating/supporting hate-spam. It's an inappropriate use of Wikipedia and you ought to be mature enough to know it. Spoon345 18:45, 15 August 2005 (UTC)

Again, hate-spam is an inappropriate use of Wikipedia. Supporting others who do it is likewise. Don't be a dick. Spoon345 18:56, 15 August 2005 (UTC)

Old VfD, never closed

Hey Kev- just wanted to bring Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/Simplified list of effects from drunkness this VfD to your attention. I had forgotten all about it until it popped up on my watchlist the other day. Then I forgot again, and it popped up again today. Close this thing out, will ya? It reached consensus in June and has been relegated to the dustbin. Thanks, Fernando Rizo T/C 20:55, 15 August 2005 (UTC)

About moving the new image-copyright-tags-display-page

Please check out my reply to your recent comment about this at:

article move discussion

Thanks,

-Scott P. 20:23, August 16, 2005 (UTC)

One more reply at: article move discussion
Thanks,
-Scott P. 22:30, August 16, 2005 (UTC)

States Visited

You have obviously visited Washington, D.C. (you took that excellent picture there), yet you do not have its flag in your "states and territories" visited... DC may be neither, but it's worth noting.  :) (preceding unsigned comment by 68.95.239.253 04:40, 17 August 2005 (UTC))

Fernando Rizo's RfA

Kevin, thanks for supporting my RfA, brother. I resolve to be a good, responsible admin and not a rogue maniac like you. ;) See you on IRC. Fernando Rizo T/C 18:39, 20 August 2005 (UTC)

Copyrighting

Thanks for the help on how to copyright the picture. I’ve copyrighted most of the images I upload.

Ki-too talk 02:03, 21 August 2005 (UTC)

My RFA

Thank you very kindly for your support for my nomination. I promise your trust will not be misplaced; I may occasionally be slightly buzzed with power, but never drunk. ;) · Katefan0(scribble) 22:19, September 12, 2005 (UTC)

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Delfino

No he hasn't returned, but every last trace of him has been deleted except for Varian v. Delfino. Considering it was a case of interest to just him, I think it would be legitamente to delete it. Agree?

Lotsofissues 01:56, 14 December 2005 (UTC)

I'm an inclusionist too, but I am a zealot about sending a strong message to self promoters:Go anywhere else but Wikipedia. Lotsofissues 04:49, 14 December 2005 (UTC)

Theatre-Sound

Hey Kevin! Thanks for all your kind comments - and I sure will consult you as I learn the ropes around here.... I've managed to avoid most common pitfalls so far [knock wood] but there will be more! Glad to know you feel my contributions on the list are useful and I'm trying to put good useful ones here as well. I doubt I'll become quite the wikipedian you are but who knows??? *G* Cheers! Charlie Richmond 16:16, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

Quiet

You've been quiet recently! Just wondered how you doin' Dan100 (Talk) 21:46, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

Comments from DyslexicEditor

Please discuss things on talk page instead of blindly reverting everything

Please discuss things on talk page instead of blindly reverting everything. And please read content and selectively revert. Don't revert everything. Try actually doing some work and editing. DyslexicEditor 01:55, 1 January 2006 (UTC)

Hi, I saw you said something in the paypal section. The ebay edits I did are varied, so I need you to be specific about each one to improve it. DyslexicEditor 02:11, 1 January 2006 (UTC)


Okay, basically for Paypal, Moneybookers, and Ebay, it's this


Ebay has previously stated that it is just a venue. After acquiring paypal it has become more than a venue by listing in auctions whether the buyer accepts paypal (no other payment options listed) and allowing buyers to sort by paypal. Next, sellers with Paypal accounts that have issues such as chargebacks or stolen cards from buyers result in their ebay accounts being closed as well. In August 2005, it required that sellers who take paypal not refuse credit card payments, which result in fees. Beginning in January 2006, ebay now prohibits any online payment system except Paypal, as stated here. Ebay only gives Bidpay.com as its alternative, a company that has already gone out of business before the policy. This singularly requires that online payments through ebay must use ebay's system, paypal. Questions of illegality and antitrust have been raised over this new rule. Ebay specifically prohibits E-gold, a legitimate competitor to Paypal. Ebay's new policy states that taking an online payment system other than paypal will result in their account being banned.


Would you mind highlighting sentences that need revising. It helps rather than just going over the entire thing. Thanks. DyslexicEditor 02:28, 1 January 2006 (UTC)

Please don't stalk every edit. I noticed you've gone down 200 edits so far

Please don't stalk every edit. I noticed you've gone down 200 edits so far. DyslexicEditor 09:35, 1 January 2006 (UTC)

You've violated the three revert rule. You've done 10 reverts today

Then you threatened me. Are you an admin. You certainly give them a bad name. DyslexicEditor 09:57, 1 January 2006 (UTC)

Please don't lie in your edits. You've made dozens of reverts of me so far.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Image%3ACowtippingroadsign.jpg&diff=33466981&oldid=33466827 You said you moved the text to the talk page. So far, it has not been moved. You claim to be an admin. Is it just so I don't report you for breaking all the wikipedia rules? DyslexicEditor 10:05, 1 January 2006 (UTC)

comment by Wandering Writer

I have spoken with the associate editor at Quest Magazine. They had allowed me to use their articles but because of the way they are being vandalized and Quest Magazine being removed as the source as well as accusations of advertising, Quest wants all articles removed with which it maintains copyright. I would greatly appreciate your assistance in removing all articles created by me. Wandering Writer 19:39, 1 January 2006 (UTC)

hey, you can start by AfD tagging, or jsut deleting, List of Masonic organizations. Grye 20:36, 1 January 2006 (UTC)

offtopic chit chat

Okay, so Friday I got a FedEx delivery and they delivered to the wrong address (I was checking on their website tracking info and later called them up). The truck later got it back and put a note on my door. Well they wouldn't come back until the next Tuesday, but luckily I could sign the note and they would leave the package if I was not home. So I was angry at FedEx (mostly because I didn't find the note until latter and partly because of the 4 day added wait). So I printed up a paper that said "FedEx Sucks". It had a picture of a damaged FedEx box under it. On that paper, I taped the fedex note all signed. Last Tuesday they delivered. I didn't hear any knocking on my door, just the loud engine of their truck. So I went to my door and saw the truck pulling away. I saw my paper "FedEx Sucks + (picture of broken FedEx package)". On the note the driver wrote "Thank you" and a sticker with my signature was removed. The package was delivered.

okay, so what do you think of that story? DyslexicEditor 00:16, 5 January 2006 (UTC)

FOR SHAME!!!! You need to respond. A FedEx phone rep laughed at this story! DyslexicEditor 01:21, 20 January 2006 (UTC)
Okay, I've responded. I'm not really sure what I'm supposed to say. kmccoy (talk) 01:47, 20 January 2006 (UTC)

St Stanislaus

Hello, I'm the mediator assigned to the articles St. Stanislaus Kostka Church (Saint Louis) and Raymond Leo Burke. You are receiving this message because you have been named as one of the users who have intensely participated in developing these articles. Over the past few days, there has been a dispute over the neutrality of the articles with numerous anonymous users making what have been characterised as biased edits. The obvious thing to do would be to make a compromise version, and User:Kenj0418 seems to think that versions Raymond Leo Burke 18:40, 4 January 2006 and St. Stanislaus Kostka Church (Saint Louis) 00:33, 4 January 2006 may be those versions. Could you please review them and let me know if you think they are OK. Thanks. Izehar 10:43, 5 January 2006 (UTC)

Hello, could you please direct your attention in the St Stanislaus mediation case to its main page. Any comments should be made on the talk page. Thanks. Izehar 23:06, 5 January 2006 (UTC)

Arbcom election vote

Since you referenced my vote I thought I should point out that I made a minor change, toning it down some [1]. I just don't want to foster a hostile environment in the voting... and although I believe I could substantiate my comment with difflinks and demonstrate that I'm trying to be factual and not nasty, it was easier to leave it out. It doesn't change anything substantial, so I doubt you'll wish to take any action as a result... If you reply, please reply here. --Gmaxwell 05:44, 9 January 2006 (UTC)

Actually, the quote was what I was really agreeing with, anyway. Thanks for the heads up, though. :) kmccoy (talk) 05:53, 9 January 2006 (UTC)

Articles For Deletion

Hi, a while ago you made some comments about the presence of bible-verse articles, and/or source texts of the bible, and you may therefore be interested in related new discussions:

--Victim of signature fascism | Don't forget to vote in the Wikipedia Arbitration Committee elections 18:17, 15 January 2006 (UTC)


Complaints from Mike Church

You tried to censor out my existence by blocking me for 72 hours after an edit (to Appalachian State University, linking to one of their more embarrassing promotional materials) that, while it may not have been in the best of judgment on my part, was not deserving of a block. It certainly wasn't "vandalism". You could have reverted my edit, and as I see, you did just that. I won't even comment on the Magic edit I made, because I was adding correct information: from an objective design-oriented perspective, the online version of the game is a disastrous failure, akin to E.T. for Atari. Almost certainly I know more about game design than you do.

You fail as an adminstrator of Wikipedia and you are not fit in that role. Please accept this. Mike Church 06:08, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

Mike Church tries to impersonate you

[2]

Lotsofissues 11:19, 23 January 2006 (UTC)

External Links

You deleted my external links with the reason they were commercial...well all the other external links I visited are commercial so I don't understand why you don't delete them too? The preceding unsigned comment was added by RydersRanch (talk • contribs) .

Re: your latest hit on my User Page

It's not very hard to develop a sense of humor, and it's a pity that you don't have one. Ah well; it isn't my fault. Mike Church 01:56, 15 February 2006 (UTC)

Hey Mike. I haven't talked to Kmccoy, but it isn't hard to see where he was coming from. I don't see you producing humor all I see is you being a dick. If you were buddies with Lotsofissues, then it would still be more confusing than funny... but since it appears that you are not, I'd like to echo Kmccoy's request that you cut it out. --Gmaxwell 05:53, 15 February 2006 (UTC)
Telling someone "Don't be a dick" is something of a dick-move in itself [3] PWN3D! Mike Church 21:49, 19 February 2006 (UTC)
Hey man, if the shoe fits... I think I can back up my claim, but can you justify your behavior? --Gmaxwell 00:11, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

Signature

Done, I needed a new one anyways. I won't go through all the trouble of editing it out where I have left my mark though. Anyways, I think you may like my new one :) --NDP logo Earl Andrew - talk 04:39, 22 February 2006 (UTC)

Sure, go right ahead. --NDP logo Earl Andrew - talk 04:49, 22 February 2006 (UTC)


RE: Image:Yamaha Loudspeaker.jpg

Hello, I have removed your deletion tag from this image. This is a promotion picture as the copyright tag states. Have a look here. Fosnez 01:37, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

RE: Image:Bitter electromagnet.jpg

Hello, I have removed your deletion tag from this image. This is a promotion picture as the copyright tag states. Have a look here. Fosnez 01:37, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

RE: "Copyright Nazi"

Also, I deleted the bitter electromagnet picture. The web site you quoted *clearly* stated that the image was for non commercial use only. That is not the same as a promotional picture. I see on your user page that you claim to "dislike copyright nazis". You seriously need to learn more about copyrights and our image use policy before you continue to upload pictures. Regardless of your feelings about copyrights, they exist, as does our image use policy. Read it. Learn it. Then upload in accord with it. Thanks. kmccoy (talk) 01:41, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

And as my userbox *clearly* states, I dislike copyright nazis, not copyright. From your tone in the above comment, you seem to have taken this as a personal attack. Now whether you regard yourself as a copyright nazi or not is entirely up to you, but I have read the image usage policy thankyou, and its not your place to assume I haven't.

While we are on the matter, you will probably want to remove Image:Frog_diamagnetic_levitation.jpg, this has apparently got a GNU licence, but seeing as its from the same site, and the only copyright information on the entire website states that for non commercial use only, the user was probably just making up the bit about the GNU licence... Fosnez 02:07, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

Kusma's RfA

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Hello, Kmccoy! Thank you for your support in my recent successful request for adminship. If you ever have problems that you could use my assistance with or see me doing stupid things with my new buttons, don't hesitate to contact me. Happy editing, Kusma (討論) 02:45, 8 April 2006 (UTC)


Microphone

How can you tell if someones saying 'mic' or 'mike'? Please reconsider your edit. It doesnt make sense now--Light current 03:45, 9 April 2006 (UTC)

Meetup

Hi, Kevin Mccoy, sir, thank you for adding your name on our Singapore meetup page! We anticipate your arrival!-- 贡献 CCD Chat with Tdxiang on IRC! 09:58, 13 June 2006 (UTC)

employes

You wrote "What's the difference between 'employes' and 'employees'? kmccoy (talk) 08:32, 14 June 2006 (UTC)"

Sorry for the length; I’m long winded but want to be concise. This is my understanding from what I remember.

One is a verb, the other is a noun. 'employes' (proper: employs) or ‘employ’ means to put (someone/something) to work in the singular, or the plural, or when used in a certain Grammatical_tense or both.

Employs and Employes may be a continental difference in spelling like ‘disk / disc’ or ‘color / colour;’ or I just misread the sentence and it was a spelling mistake on the original author.

'Employee' (singular) or 'employees' (plural) the noun of the person who has been put to work by another. Even ‘employees’ (plural) and ‘employee’ (singular) can have different rights and treatment under the law.

  • Employ, employs (employes) is act of putting, will put, or has put someone/thing to work. Dependant on the sentence structure, ‘employed’ and ‘employing’ also are used.
    • Acme will employ me to sell their devices.”
    • Mr. Coyote employs many products of the Acme Company.”
    • “The Acme Company will employ many technicians.”
  • Employer is the person or entity who puts someone/thing to work.
    • “Acme is the employer of many.”
  • Employed is the state of the person or entity that has been put to work meaning he is actively working for another; and it can be either the active or inactive. It can be both present and past tense.
    • “I have been employed by Acme.”
    • “I will be employed by Acme.”
  • Employing is the current or future act of putting someone/thing to work.
    • “Acme is employing me.”
    • “Acme will be employing new employees.”
  • Employee, employees is (are) the person(s) or entities that working for another.
    • “George is an employee of Contoso.”
    • “Contoso has many employees working for them.”

Generally, in all cases any work preformed with the root ‘Employ’ means that work is done on behalf of another. Bdelisle 19:43, 14 June 2006 (UTC)

Flashlight

Ok, then you need to go tell EVERYONE on that page that instead of singling me out. I've already asked that you be removed from this so I will go send another email now. Betterthanyouare 18:08, 15 June 2006 (UTC)

What (EXACTLY) are you talking about? I have not personally attacked anyone. His behavior recently has been that of a troll and I will call it as I see it. If I truly wanted to personally attack him, you had better believe even you would be able to tell the difference. Betterthanyouare 13:29, 26 June 2006 (UTC)

Meetup

Thank you for joining us at the meetup and thanks for footing our bill. I hope we can meet again. See you!-- 07:04, 27 June 2006 (UTC)

Sesame Street Live

Hi, Zanimum,

You recently made this edit. I wanted to point out that not all of our live shows are written by Luis Santeiro or directed by Nancy Sans. In fact, we have several different directors each year for the various shows, and they're usually not from Sesame Workshop. Thanks. :) kmccoy (talk) 23:29, 6 July 2006 (UTC)

Oh wow, you work from VEE? Cool.
It seems the article was suddenly marked FA, without me fixing the changes suggested in the latest nomination yet. Funny how FA works.
I had originally ignored the 150 cities fact you presented, thinking you were just a random person finding it on a random site. Has the tour actually been slightly shrunken since my press kit was made? I've eliminated the sentence about Sans and Santiero. The press kit made it sound like that was who they had for every production.
BTW, as a long-time sysops and Wikimedia communication committee member, I personally don't think that you editing stuff about SSL would be against WP:AUTO. It's simply to avoid people making . Suppose the National Enquirer released a story saying that a serial killer was playing Elmo, and the article referenced it, and you yanked it, to try and save your employer's face. Or if you went into the existing article, and started changing it to say "Sesame Street Live is the most fantastic stage presentation in the history of man-kind." That's basically the type of stuff AUTO protects us against. But pure factual errors like I made are totally free reign. How many shows SSL puts on the road is its equivalent to the "marital status, current employer, place of birth, and so on" mentioned in the "If Wikipedia already has an article about you" section.
Would you happen to have any photos of SSL, either during a production, a rehearsal, or even some of the performers of stage? (but still in costume of course) If you, or anyone on the tour you know, would mind donating an image or two under a free license, we do need to start replacing publicity pics and screenshots as much as possible. -- Zanimum 13:10, 7 July 2006 (UTC)
I have tons of pictures. I'm working 16 hour days putting together the upcoming tour -- when I'm actually out on the road I'll go through them and find some to upload. One concern that has stopped me from uploading them in the past is that I want to be very careful about copyright. I am normally careful about it anyway, and if I upload a photo on Wikipedia of SSL that isn't legal or appropriate, it could jeopardize my job. I'm not sure what the copyright issues surrounding a photo of the show or a photo of one of the characters are. I may post on some of the various image copyright pages for advice. Let me know if there're any SSL or VEE questions that you have. kmccoy (talk) 17:27, 16 July 2006 (UTC)
I didn't presume you would put any inappropriate photos up, it's just I've seen so many photos from Sesame Place and other (non-VEE) touring shows like that, on various websites. Copyright-wise, as long as you acknowledge that VEE created the costumes, you're A-OK. The only restriction is that you can't upload to Wikimedia Commons technically, since it includes a copyrighten work within the image. Mind you, they haven't complained about the Oscar the Grouch puppet in the Smithsonian, or the Sesame Park (Canada's Sesame Street) puppet image, both of which are on Commons. Might be best to ask, still. Just to let you know, the article is set to be main paged sometime next month, so the sooner the better. -- Zanimum 15:17, 18 July 2006 (UTC)

Minnesota

I noticed that you worked on the Minnesota article a while back. We are currently working to get Minnesota to FA status so any help would be appreciated. Thanks! -Ravedave 04:00, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

Vandalism and 3RR

Hello admin. Technajunky keeps deleting sources and facts from the article Timur (in this case, it is a quote from the Encyclopaedia of Islam, which is one of the most reliable and authoritative sources in regard of Islamic history). Besides that, he has violated the 3RR. Please revert his changes and maybe block the article for a while. Thanks.

PS: here is another well-respected source disproving his claim: "Timur" in The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2005, Columbia University Press

Tājik 07:57, 17 August 2006 (UTC)

Stage lighting instrument source dispute

Hey Kevin. Currently we're having a small dispute about sources on the SLI talk page. We've cited the fact page on ETC's website but that is being disputed. As you're an admin and knowledgable on this subject, I thought I would ask you if you could help us settle this dispute. Thanks a lot. --Lekogm 16:13, 26 October 2006 (UTC)

Santa Rosa, Arizona, etc

Please look at my comment on this page. Many of the towns in this area have both O'odham and English names, which are used by O'odham residents: the English names when speaking English and the O'odham when speaking O'odham. To have someone not even resident to the area changing names in Wikipedia is "vandalism" in my book - or at the very least "uninformed and possibly provocative". —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 198.60.159.10 (talkcontribs) .