please remove that lie about the banana....
- Ok, look, the thing is, here on Wikipedia, when new editors randomly remove large amounts of content with no explanation whatsoever, it looks suspicious. Now im not saying that your intentions are necessarily malicious, but look at it from my perspective, a compleatly random person comes in one this article we've been discussing several key features of (The banana thing among them), when suddenly content concerning that and legitimate details of Ray's biography are deleted with no explanation. Do you not think this may look at least slightly suspicious to someone who is not you? Also, the rule in question here is the WP:3RR rule, which says no user may revert content-related edits more than 3 times in one day on a single article (Though it is not an unalienable right to three reverts in all situations). So by my count, I haven't gone over the limit. Why don't we just discuss whatever it is you seem to want, rather than just getting into revert wars? Homestarmy 03:49, 4 July 2006 (UTC)
There are some pretty significant claims about this group. Could you provide some sources to back them up. They don't necessarily need to be in English or available on the internet, though both of those are obviously helpful.--Kchase02 T 09:36, 9 July 2006 (UTC)
- I'll be sure to get those references where possible, though most of the facts are quite correct. do you find any that you think aren't?--Misterk 09:48, 9 July 2006 (UTC)
- It is nothing definitive, I just thought I should include an entry for them. others will edit as they see fit. You can edit if you come across additinal info, references..etc
- As a regular editor of Kenya-related articles, I can confirm this one seems highly accurate. Julius Sahara 15:09, 10 July 2006 (UTC)
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