User talk:Rafax

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Tu utilización de las fuentes es intolerable. Ya van tres Wikipedia, según me consta, en las que estás tergiversando lo que dicen las fuentes para hacerlas decir lo que te place. Si seguís por esta senda, te voy a denunciar en Meta. Ferbr1 (talk) 18:59, 23 June 2010 (UTC)

Qué desagradable es todo esto. Las fuentes que añadí dicen explícitamente que el choripán ha sido inventado en Argentina, y son fuentes fiables. No sé si fue un caso agudo de "que inventen ellos" o lo que sea, pero las fuentes dicen eso. No me obliges a tener que volver a dirigirme a tu persona. Ferbr1 (talk) 10:22, 11 July 2010 (UTC)

En Wikipedia, lo que digan las fuentes va a misa. ¿Acaso no lo sabías? Ferbr1 (talk) 12:29, 11 July 2010 (UTC) PD) aparte de insultos, mentiras y foreos, ¿aportarás algo más?

Le acabo de pegar una ojeada a las referencias que añadiste en la página de discusión de choripán, y veo que seguís con la costumbre de hacerlas decir lo que no dicen. Surrealista, por ejemplo, que "this is an ancestral meal eaten by the Roman empire" le encajes esto. ¿No te da vergüenza?
Intentá ver qué hacés con "In Spain, without the hability of a diglossic society", porque la diglosia no es ninguna "habilidad", ¿eh? además, España sí que es una sociedad diglósica, y desde varios sentidos de esa palabra (informate, ¿eh? que el saber no ocupa lugar...). Por último, comentarte que deberías "reconsiderar" la pertinencia de añadir como referencia a la afirmación anterior esto, porque, como es tu costumbre, en ningún lado del texto se dice para nada que en España no se tiene la habilidad [sic] de la diglosia (lo cual es lógico: un profesional no afirmaría semejante boutade).
En fin, me aburrí. Es una pérdida de tiempo atroz que opongas a fuentes que dicen expresamente que el choripán se inventó en Argentina, otras fuentes que ni afirman lo contrario, ni afirman lo que pretendés que afirman. Qué gratis te está saliendo todo esto, ¿eh? Ferbr1 (talk) 02:28, 12 July 2010 (UTC)


Claro que sí, hombre, será por eso. ¿Y si mejor borramos cualquier mención al producto que se atrevieron a hacer los sudamericanos? Ferbr1 (talk) 20:33, 24 July 2010 (UTC)

You're being discussed by administrators[edit]

See WP:ANI#Cross-Wiki sabotage. It has also been claimed that you are abusing multiple accounts on the Spanish Wikipedia. You may add your own comment in the ANI discussion if you wish. I notice that es:Usuario:Vitamine has been blocked for 4 weeks on so perhaps there is something behind this complaint. EdJohnston (talk) 18:31, 25 July 2010 (UTC)


Dear "Rafax":

You may be right concerning the reference about the origin of the word "sport" (as explained in the link Nevertheless, at the end of the XIX century and until the middle of the XX century most newspapers published in Spanish used the word "sport" (in the original English) instead of the word "deporte" (in Spanish?). The word "deporte" in the dictionary of the Real Academia Española refers to "deportar" and, in "deportar", mentions that comes from the latin word "deportāre". Originally, that mention in the RAE dictionary was included after the French ancient word "desport" and, then, after the corresponding investigation went as far back to the latin word "deportāre". So, are we revisionists, or what?--Estaurofila (talk) 17:45, 15 April 2011 (UTC)

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