User talk:Mark7-2

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Regarding Phil Ridley's edits[edit]

I appreciate your help with this situation. So others can understand what's going on, could you please comment at Talk:Raw_milk#Moved_to_talk_for_discussion? Thanks! --Ronz (talk) 01:31, 20 May 2009 (UTC)

Thanks for the response! --Ronz (talk) 16:28, 21 May 2009 (UTC)

Regarding proposed deletions[edit]

When you propose the deletion of an article, it is always considered polite to put a warning in the page of the person who created the article, so that he or she can have some time to be aware of the imminent deletion and to work on the page. Thank you, Victão Lopes I hear you... 02:06, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

List of wealthiest historical figures[edit]

I have been the one reworking the page from the incoherent thing it was previously, but noticed you mentioned that you would prefer a better chronological order. I was wondering then if you had a suggestion? The page as it was listed pretty much 10 random people by their adjusted net worth, and had no sources for the listed figures or any rhyme or reason for why they picked who they did or why others were left out. So when I was going about adding more people and cleaning up what was there I settled on the Ancient, Old and New World divisions because it was the only thing I could really think of. I still hope to add more people, as the Americas and Asia are underrepresented, so I did not want to do it by European dates then because that does not conform to a World view. If you have an idea, I would be open to hearing it. [tk] XANDERLIPTAK 09:06, 25 December 2009 (UTC)

I suppose generally that would work, but then what to do with the families? Like the de’ Medici, Lorenzo is the most prominent but Cosimo had the greater wealth. Also, with some figures whose dates are unknown? Or simply list them in some general order without concern for specific dates for certain people? I guess placing the de' Medici just at or around the 15th century with anyone else would not disrupt the list. [tk] XANDERLIPTAK 09:45, 25 December 2009 (UTC)

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