Hi. On List of most popular family names talk page you wrote
- Hmm. I'm Russian, and I think the Russian list is BS. Where's the data from? I have never even heard two out of four names on that list. --Lament
It looks like this article started out (Nov 2001) as complete nonsense and has gradually come good. There were originally two names under Russia: Tscherkasov & Dougorookiy. These look like a joke: Tscherkasov = Jerks off?
User:Rmhermen deleted Dougorookiy before your comment. Tscherkasov is still there but I'll delete it. That leaves Ivanov, Vasiliev & Deternov, all added by User:Menchi on 25 Dec 2002. From your comment there's still one of these you've never heard of. Try Menchi's talk page. Andy G 01:53, 12 Aug 2003 (UTC)
- Well, Tscherkasov and Dougorookiy (or, I would say, Cherkasov and Dolgorukiy) are real Russian family names. Although by no means commnon. --Lament
Why hello there. Sarge Baldy 04:05, Feb 3, 2004 (UTC)
I just wanted to complement you on Image:Knive_types.png. It is one of the most instructive images I've seen in quite a while, really does say a thousand words. Good work, and please make more diagrams like this sometime. Deco 23:54, 20 Nov 2004 (UTC)
Thank you for uploading Image:Berimbau.jpg and for stating the source. However, its copyright status is unclear, so it may have to be deleted. If it is open content or public domain, please give proof of this on the image page. If the image is fair use, please provide a rationale. Thank you. --Ellmist 19:23, 21 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Revise Blade Geometries
If you would, please make a larger image and distinguish 5 from 1, or remove one of them.
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