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Blueprint Test Preparation[edit]

I added the copyright info on the image this morning. Why was the entire page deleted?

Sammy's Gentleman's Club[edit]

Please put the Sammy's Gentlemen's Club page back up...It serves as a tribute to my family. I will remove the Website URL..agree? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Ferrarifr34k (talkcontribs)

This is Discrimination[edit]

I simply wrote alittle about how my family made it from nothing. Sammy's Gentlemen's Clubs is a VERY proseperous and very well respected business and I'll be damned if I am going to let somebody tarnish my family name with nonsense of spam and advertising. This is absolute blasphemy. Because you allow Club La Vela on here. It is discriminative not put mine up there, and I demand it be reinstated immediately. Or else a suit will be brought against you as a person, and wikipedia as a company.

The above poster, User:Ferrarifr34k, has been blocked for the above legal threat. NawlinWiki 20:17, 30 May 2007 (UTC)

Please do not delete my addition to Troll[edit]

Please do not delete my folktale on the Troll page. This addition is a valid tale from my country of Sweden and I wish to share it with the wikipedia users. I cannot cite this story because it is just that; a story that has been carried down many generations and is told at night to scare little children. In the future I would appreciate it if you do not go around thinking you know everything about this topic and you let an addition be made.

Religion Dispute[edit]

I have put this article on Wiki many times, I do not have citations but I have added ity hoping sdome of the Australian users will cite it for me. I read aboput this in a book in my school library named "Religions of the World" please research this for me and cite it. I have what I have written so far below. Ariesmillenian 17:36, 17 May 2007 (UTC)

Millenianism is a religion commonly considered a cult. Millenianism originally founded in Australia by an unknown person, bringing beliefs from several other religions. For example, they believe in Jehovah (god of light) and Satan (god of darknesss. Millenians believe that no religion is more true than another, and that the truths of the religion are all that show.

There are three "sects" of Millenianism. The "normal" Millenians, the Oni-Millenians (or Dark Millenians), and the Aries-Millenian. The "normal" Millenian worship both Jehovah and Satan, believing that the two balance eachother out leading to a state of spirtual neutrality. The Oni-Millenian, rivaling the Millenian "church", worship Satan and believe that he is more powerful than Jehovah and that power is above everything in the world. The Aries-Millenian worship Jehovah, taking many influences from the Christian and Arîes religions.

Millenianism are commonly mistaken with Millenialism, but is more commonly described as a Unitarian Universalist religion. There has been extreme controversy over the numbert of Millenians there are in the world, the claim is 1.5 million, however "orthodox" Millenians come in an ammount of only just 550,000.

Upon Millenian disputes would be if the three "sects" are actually parts of the same religion. For example, Normal Millenian are considered more Unitarian Universalist than Christian, and Oni-Millenians more Satanist than Millenian.

Please Give me my Page Back[edit]

There is nothing on Wikipedia about the philosophy of BE. It's holistic health method. Deepak Chopra and Wayne Dyer write about it all the time, yet Wiki has nothing on it. Please don't delete that page, it took a long time for me to write a brief synopsis of what it is. User:Brieanne821 16 May 2007

Rommel Pinera[edit]

Thank you for deleting that article rizalninoy 00:22, 17 May 2007 (UTC)

WP e-Commerce Article[edit]

I have added more external / secondary sources so this article meets notability standards. This article is no different from similar OS commerce or zencart articles - removal would be wrong in so many ways :)

Not Fair Man[edit]

If you MUST know, even if you shouldn't, Ben Jones IS in fact a drug trafficker and IS in fact not an attack on anyone. I am simply stating fact. If you find that article offensive, then you really have to wake up to yourself. Drugs are everywhere, ESPECIALLY in New Orleans and people have to supply them do they not? Why is it an article gets deleted when I am only enlightening the masses about a little known Drug Lord?


So, Kyle Smith (the author) can ramble on about himself for pages and pages. But any other Kyle Smith has to go through New Orleans? That's nice. Way to keep everything fair. I'm pretty sure that the author's series was cancelled after a short period. But, he's notable.

I am adding sources[edit]

But everything needs time and therefore speed deletion is good for nothing. Just wait some more time

Well done, you have deleted precious information[edit]

Next time before deleting something do some research first!!! If you don't know the famous "Socialism is good" song, then you shouldn't consider yourself a chinese expert. If you aren't a chinese expert, you shouldn't take part in editing articles which are related to China. RedStar1987 - 9 May 2007

Thank You![edit]

I just want to thank you for deleting my page. huh. bet you dont get that very often ;) any who, i do not use wikipedia as something that its not my friends do. i told them about wikipedia and they came rushing in vandalising each others page. I never wanted them to do this so thanks also is there a way you can make it so only i can edit my user page? p.s. it wasnt me who took the speedy deletion template off my page it was one of my friends. --The Last Saxon 04:33, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

EDIT: hold on. not all of my other friends pages were deleted for example user:Joefish253 WHY? --The Last Saxon 04:35, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Anthony Deemer Entry Wrongfully Deleted[edit]

Hi, you recently deleted an entry that I worked hard to make objective and factual. This entry was not an attempt to sell anything as you imply in your deletion comments. I am a fan of Tony and enjoy hearing him on the radio, and believe in what he has to say. Here's the article you deleted:

"Anthony Deemer" (g11 advert content was: Anthony "Tony" Deemer is an entrepreneur, investor, and author of the upcoming book "Solving the Wealth Puzzle".<ref>Wealth Puzzle ...')

Please republish my work, or tell me what it is I can do so that this article will stand. I don't think it's fair that you can surreptitiously delete a legitimate biography of an author and public speaker just because he has a book. Sorry, not fair. You wouldn't agree that I should go through wikipedia and just start deleting bios of everyone who has a book, movie, or does speaking?

Collectible Dreams and Henry yeung[edit]

Hi, just letting you know that these two articles were just recreated. Since you deleted them under CSD, I'm not sure that they can be deleted as reposted material, but I thought I'd let you know about it. FrozenPurpleCube 17:56, 1 May 2007 (UTC)

Question on copyright issue for Sterling Johnson Jr.[edit]

I noticed that you declined the speedy on this article (and thanks for rewriting it, it's much better now!), but I just wanted to make sure my understanding of the copyright issue was correct. I marked it as a copyvio because of the notices at the bottom of the page it was copied from, i.e.: "Copyright © 1997-2005 U.S. District Court - Eastern New York Last Updated: March 11, 2005 All rights reserved."

Is there something I missed there? Thanks for any clarification you can provide - if it was a mistaken copyvio tag, I want to avoid making that mistake again. JavaTenor 18:10, 1 May 2007 (UTC)

Closing of Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Frederick_John_Gladman[edit]

Hi, you closed this afd with a result of no consensus. While no consenus was reached on the original issue for which I had created the afd, I percieved that there was a consensus that the subject did not satisfy notability standards. I was wondering if you could explain to me how you interpreted this debate as no-consensus. Thanks. -- Diletante 19:19, 1 May 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for the reply. -- Diletante 19:34, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

Why Delete Jonathan Goff[edit]

Do you mean to tell me I spent a half hour creating that article on Jonathan Goff and you just delete it, he is a college football player who is expected to be a high draft pick in the 2008 NFL Draft and has been a star player for Vanderbilt--Yankees10 00:05, 2 May 2007 (UTC)Yankees10

well why not delete players like Chad Henne,Early Doucet,Kenny Phillips,Limas Sweed,Marcus Monk,etc. I mean just look at the Early Doucet one, mine had way more info than that one--Yankees10 01:49, 2 May 2007 (UTC)Yankees10

yeah I really didnt think that one neaded to be deleted either--Yankees10 21:23, 2 May 2007 (UTC)Yankees10


I saw you deleted the Gothador page but did not salt it. Does it not meet the criteria? It's possible that I'm missing something, as is usual in these cases...I'm just curious more than anything else. Thanx in advance.Matt Brennen 02:04, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

Wayne Herschel[edit]

The "Wayne Herschel" entry was deleted a few days ago on the grounds that Herschel is a self-published author of pseudoscience. I certainly have no quarrel with the assessment (it agrees fully with my own), but I'm not convinced that deleting the entry, which amounts to censorship, is the correct action to take. I think people should be able to read about such dodgy nonsense and its originators as long as the factual standards are maintained. Summary deletion only encourages a persecution complex (à la Galileo) in these individuals, whereas exposing them is, I submit, ultimately more profitable — it only requires keeping tabs on the entry. After all, the Wiki does carry articles on Zecharia Sitchin, Erich von Däniken, and such. Herschel is just as unscientific, though less well known.

Con-Tester 11:38, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

North Wellington AFC[edit]

Hi, this entry has obviously been copy pasted from the source of an other article in Wikipedia. I am having trouble finding which (there is no corresponding entry in the deletion log). I see you recently deleted Goorambat Football Club so, as a long shot, I was wondering if you had a clue. Cheers! -- lucasbfr talk 13:23, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

1000mods and Blank Reality[edit]

Quoting wikipedia's:notabiliy (music) article

5. Is frequently covered in publications devoted to a notable sub-culture.

1000mods is a somewhat famous band in Greece's stoner rock scene, recently reviewed even in the British Metal Hammer (the review can be found at their myspace blog ). I list some of the reviews on the Blank Reality EP: (french magazine) (German zine, currently out of order, e-mail them to verify they featured a Blank Reality review)

Also they have supported greek stoner rock superstars Nightstalker and Planet Of Zeus.

I believe the reason for the deletion of the article is that it looks promotional. Well, it's not. This biographical note does not imply that it's an exceptional band or that people should buy their EP. The reason i wrote this entry is that if a person sees a 1000mods live advertising poster on the street he should be able to find something while googling the name. Which, if i'm not mistaken, is the reason that wikipedia exists. So in my humble opinion you should reconsider the deletion of the article(s). If you agree with the cause of the article but find that some of its points may seem advertising, notify me to re-write the bio.

Thanks in advance

P.S.: I'm not a band member or their manager —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Khalkji (talkcontribs) 15:56, 2 May 2007 (UTC).

please restorning older revisions of my pages[edit]

Hello, I'm User:Akanemoto, please restorning older revisions of my pages. that are

The pages including older revisions in histories of that. please restore, thanks.--Akanemoto 07:25, 3 May 2007 (UTC)

Deletion of Richard Peacock (poet)[edit]

Thanks for your help with this. It looks like when you deleted the article, Rpeacock was in the process of editing it, so when he saved his revisions, he recreated the article. It will need to be deleted again. Thanks, Dce7 15:53, 3 May 2007 (UTC)

wax orchard[edit]

Hi, you speedily deleted my article on wax orchard, i had done some serious re-wording and formatting and thought for sure it sounded and looked pretty much the same as the "Sub Pop" record label article. They have had no problems at all. So am I just getting picked on or what here..?? please review the material again and undelete my article please. i am happy to re-word some stuff if you can guide me to the problem areas. thank you Beatricewaxo 17:13, 3 May 2007 (UTC)

Wow! You speedily deleted the reference for Create:Fixate, one of the only art organizations in Los Angeles that bring struggling artists and emerging artists to light. You deleted this reference, but I see that the Wikipedia has references to other art associations in the LA area: The Los Angeles Art Association (LAAA) for one. Create:Fixate is only 5 years old, but our outreach programs help underpriveleged kids, we run a gallery, we have launched the careers of many prominent artists in LA, and are on par with the LAAA. I followed your guidelines closely and also followed the style of the LAAA entry as well. What gives?

You need sources? citations?

How about:

LA Downtown News

944 Magazine

BPM Magazine

New York Times


Reverting chnages on WOBM page[edit]

Hi, I did two changes a month or more ago, and you reverted only one, which is incoherent:

- I copied radio WOBM page to Radio WOBM page
- I replaced WOBM page by a Disambiguation page

The motivation for those changes was not obviously right... since I did it to create an article about a team called WOBM in an internet game.

But anyway, the result is that it exists now the original radio WOBM page and a ghost Radio WOBM... which makes me think that you reverted my changes a bit too quickly.

I let you solve that.


The Evil Spartan 15:58, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

Bob Dylan[edit]

There is an edit war going on... at least 4 reverts today by user Can you help? The Evil Spartan 15:58, 4 May 2007 (UTC)


You warned this user before. Now they're adding their nonsense to Menstruation slang, which looked like a nonsense page to me, but some other admin (probably not looking closely enough at it), said it wasn't nonsense. Could you please check on this? The Evil Spartan 15:58, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

Bob Dylan and Menstruation slang[edit]

Re Bob Dylan -- another admin has blocked the IP for a WP:3RR violation.

Yeah, I didn't post the thing about bob dylan, believe it or not - I just fixed an error on your talk page, and the server was confused, because someone else placed a ~~~~ on the page before.

Re Menstruation slang -- I think there's enough there to avoid a speedy delete. Post it for deletion at WP:AFD if you like. Thanks, NawlinWiki 16:06, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

Gotcha. I was worried about this link: [1] The Evil Spartan 16:09, 4 May 2007 (UTC)

Why did you delete my user photo? --Richard Peacock 02:49, 5 May 2007 (UTC)


check history before you speedy an article, eh? Sometimes its been vandalised. KillerChihuahua?!? 12:18, 5 May 2007 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Team zEx[edit]

Here, [2] you deleted the AfD page at the end of an AfD, rather than the article, presumably by accident. Don't worry...I did the same thing myself yesterday...[3] Walton Need some help? 13:18, 5 May 2007 (UTC)


Hi ... this user has redirected their user page to a previously CSD'd article about themselves (see Talk:Arnaz Smith) ... will you please notify them and fix it? Thnx! — 17:47, 5 May 2007 (UTC)

Sting Pong[edit]

Why was sting pong deleted? It should be rightfully returned to its prior existance. It is not about one mere person. In the 5 min. before ur administrators started to complaion, there was already another person to contribute to the article. Please undo your deletion. --Kingschmidty 20:56, 5 May 2007 (UTC)—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Kingschmidty (talkcontribs) 20:54, 5 May 2007 (UTC).

From the top[edit]

A user left this message on the top of your talk page:

WHY DID YOU DELETE MY USER PHOTO? --Richard Peacock 02:49, 5 May 2007 (UTC)

Sr13 (T|C) 03:38, 7 May 2007 (UTC)


Thanks for unblocking me after that rogue episode! Much appreciated. Will (aka Wimt) 18:26, 7 May 2007 (UTC)

Can you help with a redirect?[edit]

I am trying to redirect the Jesse D. Jenngins article, because the page creator misspelled the name Jennings. In order to do so, I will have to create a new Jesse D. Jennings article, correct? And then redirect the existing article to the new one. Do I have that right? I have been an editor here for quite some time, but I've never messed with anything like this, so I want to get it right. Any help you can offer would be greatly appreciated. ---Charles 03:22, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Jay-zus, I was making that a hell of a lot more complicated than it needed to be. I will remember that. You learn something new everyday. Thank you, sir. ---Charles 03:29, 8 May 2007 (UTC)


Hey, im just curious about your revert here. Why cant i speedy delete a file i added to the wiki, that is;

  • Orphaned
  • GFDL - I created it (i was formerly known as Smbarnzy - the uploader)

Im slightly bemused :S Thanks alot. Twenty Years 13:20, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Ah man, dw bout it - youre doing your best, thats all that matters man. Sorry bout the confusion - shoulda made it more clear. Keep up the good work. Twenty Years 13:34, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Tireless Contributor Barnstar[edit]

Tireless Contributor Barnstar.gif The Tireless Contributor Barnstar
I award NawlinWiki this barnstar for his efforts at keeping the admin backlogs down. I remember when we were both newbie admins, we were always at CSD deleting articles. It's been months, and I still see you there, chopping away. Keep up the great work, and remember that your work here is greatly appreciated by all. Nishkid64 (talk) 22:08, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

Page: Owen Robson[edit]

Why did you take my page away?? What was wrong?? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Owen998 (talkcontribs) 02:49, 9 May 2007 (UTC).

Tel3Advantage article[edit]

You state that there is blatant advertising in the article that was written about tel3advantage. However, the only information contained in the article was information about the company such as address and contact information. Can you please point exactly to what was in violation so that I can modify it and re-create it?

The Prancing Horse[edit]

The horse is back. Is there a better way of handling this than just re-tagging for speedy? Philip Trueman 13:30, 10 May 2007 (UTC)

Just noticed a speedy deletion[edit]

In late February you deleted an English language article on Billie the Vision and the Dancers, a Swedish indie-pop band that is very popular within certain groups of people, mainly indie-Swedes. I'm not really sure why you deleted it, but I suppose you have the power to. I really don't want to re-create the article, but it would've been easier for you to say something like "hey, why don't you edit this and illustrate why the band is "notable" before I delete it."

As for notability, the band has gone on international tours in Scandinavia (they also have a page in sv.wikipedia) which is a qualification. The band also has a social interest in that their lead singer is a cross-dresser and they are one of a growing number of bands that release their music for free as a way to navigate the new market forces of piracy in music. I know they're not the biggest band, but I find it interesting and love their music, as I'm sure other people would have.

AL 14:48, 10 May 2007 (UTC)

Changes on the main page, etc.[edit]

Did something strange happen across the whole site within the last 15 minutes? All the live links in an article I was editing suddenly went red, and when I flipped over to the main page, most of the links there were red. I asked another editor, and he had noticed it as well, but had no idea what happened. Do you have any idea? ---Charles 15:49, 10 May 2007 (UTC)

Ok, I will just have to remain puzzled... Thanks for the response. ---Charles 15:52, 10 May 2007 (UTC)

Sorry, I guess I misunderstood after reading about adding books to the site.[edit]

I won't do it again... —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Keithshaw (talkcontribs) 19:08, 10 May 2007 (UTC).

Deleted article[edit]

Hi, err .. thanks for the deletion of Kyle Smith, but I think that something went wrong there .. the page has had some massive vandalism over the last couple of edits, it contained another article. Could you review? Thanks. --Dirk Beetstra T C 21:39, 10 May 2007 (UTC)


I still don't understand why the article was deleted. My friend told me about it and it helped with research for a project, so I thought it might be useful for others to know about. It is really similar to Yahoo Answers, which I still use. There are many articles on websites, and I just wanted it to be in Wikipedia. I mean, I found so many things on wikipedia I didn't know about, so it's fun to let people discover. ~BoboBonnie~ PS: Did you even visit the website?~BoboBonnie~

Does this mean that a lot of other websites have to talk about it? My friend found it through hours of searching and I know notability isn't popularity, but AskAecata isn't very popular. Thats why there aren't many other sources?~BoboBonnie~ Thanks for the info. ((But once it's popular, I'm guessing that someone will already have written an article.))~BoboBonnie~

Thoughts on Simen Nystad?[edit]

Weirdness here. Was G11'd late this morning PDT, recreated. Re-speedied with an A7, seems the user has put a {{hangon}} on it and nuked the speedy. I've since replaced it with a generic {{db}} with commentary. It is lingering like the evil that it is. The creator has been warned accordingly. Can you kill it, or...? --Dennis The Tiger (Rawr and stuff) 21:59, 10 May 2007 (UTC)

Why did you delete it?[edit]

Hey its ajarrison. So you mean to tell me that unless you are a "reliable source" you cant create a page? By the by my dog's name is Lambeau(give me a break it was my first article) User:Ajarrison

Hollywood undead[edit]

NawlinWiki, I brought this to you because I know you're pretty good a digging through stuff like this. The band Hollywood undead, which appears to be a bit of a MySpace phenomenon, has apparently had a number of attempts at article creation. I speedy-tagged the last attempt (not knowing that it had been deleted several times before over a period of weeks), and another admin salted it. The most recent author sent me a message asking me to check out a discussion she had posted on the article's talk page. I think she's a newbie because she couldn't even tell it had been salted plus she posted the message to me on my user page, and she didn't know about how to sign messages. Anyway, she provided several different links that appear to give the band some fairly legit assertions of notability, though it's still debatable. As far as I can tall, the article never went through AfD, though my research on this wasn't terribly thorough. Could you take a look at this to see if it merits un-salting and at least an AfD process, if not resurrection? I have no dog in this fight, so handle it as you see fit. By the way, the original author of the last version was User talk:Ucla2002. Thanks! Realkyhick 02:23, 11 May 2007 (UTC)

Sounds like a good plan. Thanks for your help. Realkyhick 08:45, 11 May 2007 (UTC)
Can you unsalt the talk page for the article, now that the article itself is unsalted? Thanks! Realkyhick 02:02, 15 May 2007 (UTC)


Way to do research. There's not a single t-shirt on my website. I hope you and the failed author are tight. Tell me, how many people read/watched "Love Monkey" and how many people have watched minor league baseball in that same period of time? Intheminors 16:32, 11 May 2007 (UTC)


How come you reverted my edit on Arnold's article? I was fixing the citation. --Jennica 00:42, 12 May 2007 (UTC)

Can you please allow 2 days to fix some citation in many article?[edit]

You say me that I tried to vandalize, but I'm not. Sometimes I wrote the articles and forgot to put more citations, but you just delete it. So, please allow us about 2 days to fix some articles. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Gabeyg (talkcontribs) 18:08, 12 May 2007 (UTC).

Yo dude. y delete Brigham Farrand.[4]Dunk720 00:35, 13 May 2007 (UTC)


Re User:Fcsuper -- Ok, then as a user she shouldn't be in the category "Usre Language Templates". that page can be either a user page or a template - it can't be both. I don't understand that user page at all. Guss77 13:16, 13 May 2007 (UTC)

Deletion of Swanky[edit]

I note that you have deleted this entry. You obviously are not aware of this traditional Cornish beverage, which has been brewed, served and enjoyed by Cornish people around the world for hundreds of years!

Accordingly, I would be grateful if you could attend to appropriate rectification.

If you consider it would be more appropriate, I would accept the linking of the word "Swanky" with "Swanky beer".Fitzpatrickjm 03:13, 15 May 2007 (UTC)


Please see my comments at the article talk page. Cheers --Dweller 15:24, 15 May 2007 (UTC)

What's wrong with you?[edit]

Hey, why do you say that I am advertising a product or something like that? Where in my article am I doing that? Couldn't you even bother in writing to me and tell me what was possibly wrong so I can correct it? It was my first article, for god's sake, couldn't you give me a chance? Next time at least take a couple of minutes to tell me what has to be corrected so I can have time and chance to do it right. I researched several sites to write it, and now all that work was for nothing. It's just not fair. Thanks for nothing.

--Roger sommers 15:26, 16 May 2007 (UTC) I was just wondering why you deleted Visalia Beer Pong it was about the sport of beer pong in the city of Visalia of California. It was informing about the sport...


I apologize for emailing you directly. I just wanted to understand why my article on Karmacritic was deleted. I posted the article as a reference to an entry made on the On The Lot article. I was hoping to explain further what the site was and some facts I have collected from both sites. Please let me know what I need to do in order to post this article. I have done research on both sites, however all mentions of Karmacritic on the On The Lot site have been deleted. Thank you for your assistance.

Thank you[edit]

Thank you for your assistance. I will do some more research and mkae sure I have all the information I need in order to make the post. Luckily there are some realy great notables related to the site. Thanks again, Marisol

A Smile For You[edit]

Gaaras girl434 14:04, 17 May 2007 (UTC)

Gold seal recordings[edit]

Hi there -- I notice that User:Hugoblaze has recreated the article Gold seal recordings immediately after your speedy deletion, but that the article has been very slightly rewritten in a more encyclopaedic style. I'm unsure whether it's quite as clear-cut on this occasion, so thought I should just draw it to your attention instead... -- Sjb90 14:22, 17 May 2007 (UTC)

Comment moved from your user page[edit]

Hi Nawlinwiki i dont know how to msg you so am having to drop the edit here - how comes u keep deleting my posts??? I am trying to get profiles for all the major underground uk rappers up on here n u keep deleting the first one (3Face) i have put up b4 i can add the evidence (MTV PLAYLISTING, trouble tv, channel u, Just fabulous tv) - Magazine articles etc..., i save it to check it out n then u have deleted it - beg u stop the deletions!! Or tell me how to stop it getting deleted. I have checked the rules and regs and 3face passes all the following criteria:

1. This criterion includes published works in all forms, such as newspaper articles, books, magazine articles, and television documentaries. - loads of press in UK as well as sweden, Australia.

2.or a national concert tour in at least one large or medium-sized country,3 reported in reliable sources. (UK and Europe in this case with the DMC tour)

3. Has been placed in rotation nationally by any major radio network. - bbc radio 1, bbc asia, bbc asian network, choice fm, kiss 100, galaxy FM - all major stations in the UK!!!

Sorry to edit ur page but i couldnt work out how to email you.


Guerilla blogger — Preceding unsigned comment added by Guerillablogger (talkcontribs) 14:52, 17 May 2007

Virginia Tech Myspace name redirects revisited[edit]

Okay, during another dispute, I looked through the criteria for redirect deletion, which can be seen here: Wikipedia:Redirects_for_discussion#When_should_we_delete_a_redirect.3F

Then I looked at criteria for speedy deletion, which was seen here: Wikipedia:Criteria_for_speedy_deletion#Redirects

See, this one only gives three criteria: "# Redirects to nonexistent pages.

  1. Redirects to the Talk:, User: or User talk: namespace from the article space (this does not include the Wikipedia shortcut pseudo-namespaces). If this was the result of a page move, consider waiting a day or two before deleting the redirect.
  2. Redirects as a result of an implausible typo that were recently created. However, redirects from common misspellings or misnomers are generally useful, as are redirects in other languages."

What I will do is I will re-establish Myspace linkings. If you believe that the redirects are not proper, start an entry at "Redirects for discussion" and wait for a consensus to delete :)

Also, redirects seem to have different standards than actual articles, as the reasons for deleting redirects seem to be different.

EDIT: The person who tagged the entry as a speedy used "implausible typo" - I do not find it implausible, nor a typo since the person used it in a Myspace entry. His Myspace name does not need to be mentioned in the article, but it should redirect to prevent article creation at that name.

WhisperToMe 02:02, 18 May 2007 (UTC)

The Dance of Joy[edit]

While I accept that this may have been an article to consider for deletion, I think you gave the wrong reasons. It's not web content, it's a genuine, real-life dance that was created recently and has since built up a reasonable, if still not large following. The website linked to was merely a way to demonstrate said dance. Surely that's a reasonable link to put on the page? Just because something has web content concerning it, that doesn't make it web content itself, does it?

Also, the article was created less than 2 hours before you deleted it. Did you realize this? I was under the impression that speedy deletion of new articles was not in Wikipedia's policy?

Betong Åsna, 18th May 2007

DOH! You deleted Bejebus![edit]

Some of us don't have speedy connections! I was only saving it because I had to dial up again.... man you guys are fast to delete stuff. That took ages to write. GRR! I guess you're just doing your job but cut a little slack next time yea? You should at least give a day before it’s taken off.

Addition after reading procedures you directed me to

I found the following information to back up my points

Note that some Wikipedians create articles in multiple saves, so try to avoid deleting a page too soon after its initial creation.

Although I agree the article was short at the time of deletion the time stamp on my computer says that the page was created at 20:53 and you messaged me to say you had deleted it at 21:05. That’s hardly time for me to complete the next update.

Don't delete if you simply don't understand the assertion of importance or significance; delete only if you know that there is none

I've already stated that the page at that current stage was incomplete and if left like that would have been suitable for deletion but you deleted it without giving me any chance. I fail to see how an admin from the USA could possibly discover enough information in 13 mins to decide that the article was not notable enough. The charity was set up to commemorate a girl who died in the UK and now helps many people in East Anglia who are suffering a similar fate.

I would have been happy to discuss this with you and I feel that given time i would have been able to demonstrate why the page was justified. I don't want to get into a long discussion over this because you're an admin and you'll prob get me blocked or something but I think you guys should realise you have a lot of power and that you need to use it wisely with careful consideration of others.

Thank you for your time.

Please return the speed the light article[edit]

Speed the light is the national assembalies of God youth 'department.' Please return the page. I wish to resolve this without being forced to file a complaint.

Philip Walter Gustafson 01:09, 19 May 2007 (UTC)


--Post Falls Man 20:39, 19 May 2007 (UTC) If you do some research online you will find many items about the Republic of Gemnoviag Gemnoviag is included in many webistes and is one oth better known micronations in Idaho. Gemnoviag has every requirement with the Micronation information including activities with the "Real World".


Howdy! I stumbled across a page you deleted, Moar. The user who tagged it for speedy deletion had blanked the content and replaced it with a tag, did you have a chance to check the pre-blanking content before zapping it? While tagged as being speediable under the SU cleanup effort, the pre-blanked content appears to be legit. I've asked the user who tagged it for more info, and am following up with you as well. Thanks! - CHAIRBOY () 02:40, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Never mind, it looks like the tagger had a method to his madness, and I just needed some education. All is well, carry on.  :D - CHAIRBOY () 17:37, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Please return the speed the light article 2[edit]

Thank you for responding. So that i may review these things, is their any way you could possibly email me a copy of the original article. Please email to p h i l i p w g u s t a f s o n @ m s n . c o m

Thanks. Philip Walter Gustafson 14:28, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Will you ever answer me?[edit]

You have still not tell me why you deleted my article about sperm pills. Could you at least tell me where was it wrong? --Roger sommers 14:27, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Boeing B-29 Superfortress Survivors[edit]

Just to let you know that User:Davegnz has recreated the deleted Boeing B-29 Survivors page at Boeing B-29 Superfortress Survivors. Thanks. - BillCJ 17:32, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Ah, gotcha. It's looks like he made a cut-and-past move. - BillCJ 17:37, 21 May 2007 (UTC)
My note to Dave ... Dave, Now since you've recreated the Survivors article with references, you have not restored the backqround or history on the 10 B-29's that was in the original Survivors section. Piotr and I are in the midst of doing updates to the variants, operators, and survivors sections. It is a little discerning that you delete an entire section without merging is history information into the new article, for the second time. I would think you would capture the 10 a/c info and do this merge. Please complete this task OR return the 10 a/c histories back into the main article, asap, and thank you. You've been irratating my last 3 hours of Wiki work. LanceBarber 18:01, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Nawlin, I hope you can see my aggravation here. Bill, Piotr, and I (and others) are getting a heckuva lot of work done on dozen of articles and do not need this stress. I s'pose I could formal nominate the recreated Survivors article for formal deletion and voting process; but this would put extra work on everyone, which I do not particularly want to do. WHAT do you recommend here? Thank you for your support and admin-work. With best regards, LanceBarber 18:01, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

News flash-- Chris has done what I was contemplating doing.... ouch! LanceBarber 18:16, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Please return the speed the light article 3[edit]

One reason you used for 'speedily deleting article speed the light' was that it, according to point 11 of guidlines for speedy deletion, qualifies as

"Blatant advertising Pages which exclusively promote a company, product, group, service, or person and which would need to be fundamentally rewritten in order to become encyclopedic. Note that simply having a company, product, group, service, or person as its subject does not qualify an article for this criterion; an article that is blatant advertising should have inappropriate content as well. If a page has previously gone through a deletion process and was not deleted, it should not be speedily deleted under this criterion."


You should know the guidlines before backing your arguments:

1) It clearly states that simply having a group as an articles subject does not qualify an article for blatant advertising

2) It also states that an article qualifying as blatant advertising should also have inappropriate content as well

Thats all for now, i'm also working on disproving your claims that it is not notable. Furthermore i would argue that it certainly was writtent in a neutral tone and would like for you to prove otherwise. It would help if you would email me a copy of the article as it was before it was deleted. However i'm trying to get it from the archives. I think it would be both more fair and simpler to restore the article and nominate it for deletion.

Philip Walter Gustafson 19:17, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Protected titles[edit]

Hi, I see you're online right now and that you used Wikipedia:Protected titles/May 2007/List before, so I'll ask you directly: I tried to protect LewisTjustice from recreation, adding it to the list. But it seems it is still unprotected. Do you have any idea of what I did wrong by any chance? Thanks for the help ;) -- lucasbfr talk 20:18, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

Woops, seems it just takes some time to enter into effect :) Thanks for the help! -- lucasbfr talk 20:21, 21 May 2007 (UTC)

deletion of xparticle[edit]


I am new to this wikipedia, I got a message from you stating that my article regarding xParticle Inc. blatent advertisement. My apologies for now properly reviewing the guidelines before trying to publish something.

I did search for some companies like (2advanced)

and found that this article is very similar to what I was trying to publish,could you please let me know briefly if I am missing anything because of which it was deleted so that I can re-write it properly this time.

Thanks for your time.

Page Deleted[edit]

Why was my page deleted? I would like a written explanation. Please consider the amount of time it took to compose a brief summary which i put onto the page. Please reply asap Cheers It is an amateur club, but where do you suggest i get sources on it??
We have p We have published record books, and match reports. We demonstrate how people from different political and social divisions can come together to become sucessful in Northern Ireland. What type of source would you require to allow this article to be published? as i see the sources we have are adequate in my opinion


i am wondering why the prophecy page was deleted. i ran through all the guidlelines and cant find a reason why.

Nas Discography[edit]

MykeType seems to have keep reverting this article, I keep changing it to how its supposed to be. His edit has errors in it, and repeatedly violated the 3RR rule. He seems new, can you tell him not to change it again.

Re: Philip Gustafson userpage[edit]

The page was tagged as speedy delete because of vandalism (see [5]), and since I deleted it in that fashion, NPWatcher is built-in to warn the creator of such actions. Just disregard the warning. // Pilotguy hold short 20:09, 22 May 2007 (UTC)

Speed the Light Article 4[edit]

Maybe you could try restoring the article and then 'save as' is it and email it to me at (ignore the spaces there are non, its just a bot meaure) p h i l i p w g u s t a f s o n @ m s n . c o m

Thanks again, Philip Walter Gustafson 20:58, 22 May 2007 (UTC)

About Bruv[edit]

I removed the prod tags from Bruv. I personally feel it's better off getting transwiki'ed to wiktionary, unless it also fails the requirements for there (I don't do work on there, so I wouldn't know).--Whstchy 21:04, 22 May 2007 (UTC)

Turtle fuel[edit]

Al Gore would be ashamed. Turtle Fuel is a serious issue that could help us in our ongoing fight against Global Warming. Turtle fuel is a way more green(no pun intended) and efficient source of energy than fossil fuels. I'll admit the article i made today was nonsense, but the one from yesterday was serious and reliable. Please revive it.

By the way, less CO2 means no more Katrinas. Think about that

Uhm, I outlined the importance of the first turtle fuel article. Please reload that one. The last one was just a joke. The first one is serious :( — Preceding unsigned comment added by Turtlefuel (talkcontribs)


Why can't i simply add an addition when many other articles are not cited if you impose this rule on me, why not on all others?

And i am not trying to vandalize this page but simply trying to add to the knowledge available to the general public.


If i can find an appropriate citation will you allow me to publish this on the page? In response to your accusation of me knowing someone named "Anne" that is completely ridiculous and absurd.


As you were the speedy deleter your input would be useful at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Farsipraise. –– Lid(Talk) 02:32, 25 May 2007 (UTC)

Irish Evil[edit]

Hey there!

I was reviewing AfC submissions when I came across one for Irish Evil. I note this has been deleted before. Can this page be protected from creation? Or is page creation only protected in severe cases, such as the GNAA hoax?

Best regards,xC | 15:03, 26 May 2007 (UTC)


If you do some research online you will find many items about the Republic of Gemnoviag Gemnoviag is included in many webistes and is one oth better known micronations in Idaho. Gemnoviag has every requirement with the Micronation information including activities with the "Real World".


If you do some research online you will find many items about the Republic of Gemnoviag Gemnoviag is included in many webistes and is one oth better known micronations in Idaho. Gemnoviag has every requirement with the Micronation information including activities with the "Real World".

Deletion of a page in my user area[edit]

I'm mystified by this deletion - could you help me understand why this page was deleted? Thanks — ciphergoth 15:02, 27 May 2007 (UTC)

Conitued Harassment/E-Stalking by Another User[edit]

I need assistance with User Mel Etitis...I am not sure if the said user is an admin or not but there is constant editing on my usertalk page and messages from this user that are innappropriate, threatening, and unwelcome. I have left a message there now, asking to be contacted in a more appropriate manner...I have left an email where I can be reached instead of constant spamming on my usertalk page. I would greatly appreciate some help in this matter. Thank You.

Casagrande Labs[edit]

I've been alerted to an astroturfing campaign by the following users: User:Britisharchitecturefoundation23, User:Martta1, and User:Matthiasmatthias. I've tagged multiple articles as spam. They cite no sources except their own web pages. Other articles have had the spam edits reverted. DarkAudit 02:25, 29 May 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for reminding me why I quit Wikipedia[edit]

I add info, and it gets "speedily deleted". Not because any of it was wrong, but because someone else felt it would be easier to delete what I wrote than to add to it.--Zaorish 04:29, 29 May 2007 (UTC) deletion[edit]

You deleted an entry about us. How come our competition are allowed an entry and we're not? All we want is something about them which isn't, in my view, just a plug for their business?


You around for a bit? I'm about to go offline, so will you keep an eye on this user please? He's been creating nonsense / possible attack pages which I've been deleting. Since final warning, all he's done is drop me a miffed message on my talk page. I'd have indef blocked for the implication of future vandalism, but as it was on my talk page, I thought probity demanded another chance! lol. Anyway, if he steps out of line, please do act. Thanks. --Dweller 16:07, 29 May 2007 (UTC)


Why did you delete our page? it's just about a comic book character we made. were just trying to tell the world about this stuff! were newbs and we live in shreveport LOUSISIANA!! I mean come on please don't delete it again we weren't even fininshed with it were only 12!!! please let us have it back. 11:52, 29 May 2007 (UTC)

Wikipedia:redirect#What do we use redirects for?[edit]

The reason I added {{db-reason|Wikipedia:redirect#What do we use redirects for?}} to Frankish empire, is because Other capitalisations... states:

(Articles, including redirects, whose titles are either all initial caps or only first word capitalised are found via "Go" using a case-insensitive match.)
Note: Related redirects are needed only if the article title has two or more words and words following the first have different capitalisations. They are not needed, for example, for proper names which are all initial caps.

Please see examples.
Cheers, Pædia 21:05, 29 May 2007 (UTC)


Thanks for catching that. I'm on it. Don't waste time fixing any of the new articles, because I'm just going to end up overwriting them when I get it all fixed. – Quadell (talk) (random) 18:44, 31 May 2007 (UTC)