User talk:Monsieur Fou

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3RR[edit]

Please be aware Wikipedia's three-revert rule regarding your contributions to United States. You have already violated 3RR on this article but I will refrain from reporting it, assuming that you simply were unaware of the rule. Raymond Arritt 19:25, 24 March 2007 (UTC)

Raymond Arritt is right. I encourage you to post at Talk:United States to attain a consensus for your changes. You certainly shouldn't add that info to the article again. --Guinnog 19:38, 24 March 2007 (UTC)

Socialist Party (France)[edit]

I deleted this statement that you added to the intro:

"...and the first political force for the local representatives"

It's not clear what this means. I'm guessing you are a French speaker, you may want to find a better English translation for what you are trying to say, and then add it back. Cogswobbletalk 13:40, 23 April 2007 (UTC)

Dog[edit]

Hi. I see that you have self-reverted these taggings in the Dog article. The sentence where you placed the tags no longer appears in the article lead, but I thught that you might be interested in the following links: [1], [2]. I'm just mentioning this info in passing; I don't have a lot of interest in this topic. It strikes me, though, that information about that might usefully appear in the History and evolution section of the Dog article. It seems to be outside of the scope of the Origin of the domestic dog article since, as I understand it, it is hypothesized that the canids discussed in those links were of a different branch of the evolutionary tree than modern domestic dogs. Cheers. Wtmitchell (talk) (earlier Boracay Bill) 23:42, 28 February 2013 (UTC)

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Your edit in ISIS[edit]

I noticed you have changed the name in the Lead and one of the infoboxes to "Islamic State", for perfectly understandable and logical reasons. However, there is much debate going on about changing the name of article from "Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant" to the "Islamic State" (see the Talk page) and until a decision is made, it is probably best to keep the article consistent with its old name, otherwise it becomes very confusing for the general reader, and there are many thousands of people reading this article every day (see statistics under "Page information" in blue in the left-hand column here). I didn't want to revert you, but give you the chance to change it back to the old name, before anyone else does! It seems crazy and I am not sure I agree with it myself, but it is probably the best thing to do for the time being, and helping us to press for a speedy decision on the Talk page would be better than changing the article ahead of that decision, I think. --P123ct1 (talk) 12:08, 5 August 2014 (UTC)