User talk:Otto42

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For work on Sigma Pi[edit]

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Good job finishing that chapter list for Sigma Pi. That was a lot of table editing! --Explodicle (T/C) 19:40, 4 August 2008 (UTC)
  • A good text editor and knowledge of regex helps a lot. :) -- Otto 14:33, 5 August 2008 (UTC)

Alberto Rivera[edit]

I don't know what the heck I was looking at. Thanks for catching that. Farsight001 (talk) 05:36, 2 December 2008 (UTC)

Dear Otto Rest assured! I had no intention of putting on Wikipedia some 'original research' on Rivera... I just volunteered to check a particular information that creates problem for several: was he a Jesuit or not? Well, your remark helped me, as it sent me going a little deeper into the references given in the article that is remarkably vague on the early biography of Rivera. And for good reasons: the guy is a fraud. And the references are mere advertisements for the books of a certain Chick that I do not have the priviledge to know. Why should I spend precious time on them? Thanks again. Zerged (talk) 22:27, 23 August 2009 (UTC)

Edit Request concerning Martin Luther King and Emanuel Swedenborg[edit]

Hi, I read your comment and I am currently trying to contact the Morehouse College in Atlanta who own the book of Emerson's Anthology in which Martin Luther King Jr wrote in his own hand the quote: Emerson’s A Modern Anthology (1958). On the opening page, King had written: “Swedenborg enables us to understand why we were created, why we are alive, and what happens to us after our bodies die. Swedenborg enables us to have the best possible understanding of God’s message as it exists in those Bible books which constitutes God’s Word.” At present, the collection is closed while items are being catalogued. Swedenborgian scholars are eager to delve into King’s manuscripts as soon as the collection opens to the public. I will contact you or Peter once I have something more substantial. Regards. perpetualbooks

Hi Otto42 and Thanks for your Input![edit]

Hi Otto42 & thanks for your help. I've been a regular Wikipedia user for a very long time but have not taken to editing pages until today. Lord T & Eloise are friends who came to me panicking about not being able to post an image. As a result, I've hopped on the learning curve and I think I've got the hang of it now

The first image that I uploaded can, I suppose, be deleted; I resized the image to fit the page aesthetic better and the new one appears to have raised no problems with Wikipedia's copyright requirements/attribution/usage.

I'll get the hang but hope that I will be able to contact you if I run into any further problems.

UPDATE: I uploaded an image from the band that is public domain & hasn't been used. That should suffice at this point. I'm passing your message along to Maurice Eloise & I know he will be glad to hear you enjoyed the show! Loudersoft (talk) 03:19, 18 May 2010 (UTC)

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