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i typed that article[edit]

Can you stop taking my stuff away i wrote that restructure article myself--Liam alagh 00:39, 6 August 2006 (UTC)

Richmeister, Allow me to comment if i may. Liam Alagh, I'm sorry i did not know that you were Michael Evans who writes for the SMH Feedyourfeet 11:43, 6 August 2006 (UTC)


I extended the article briefly focusing on jaycar a bit much. I have added some bad points about jaycar. Have a look at it and change it --Adam1213 Talk + 15:16, 24 January 2006 (UTC)

Melbourne Cup Day[edit]

Hi Richmeister, while I agree with your assessment that the page Melbourne Cup Day is a hoax, I'd suggest redirecting it to Melbourne Cup rather than deleting it; actually, the page was originally a redirect. I'll do that if noone objects, as mentioned on the talk page.

Victorian images[edit]

Many thanks for your recent upload of images from central Victoria ,in particular, images of select locations in and around Bendigo, Victoria. One thing I was impressed by was your photograph of Bendigo Prison, almost replicating the exact same shot some 140 years later, as seen in this photograph. Was the shot planned, or a pure accident of genius? Good work. -- Longhair 09:28, 27 June 2006 (UTC)

Perhaps our friends back in 1861 had similar reasons :) Thanks a million. Keep 'em coming, though I don't expect any shots from inside in a hurry ;) -- Longhair 09:47, 27 June 2006 (UTC)

why no tu?[edit]

It is notable!!--HamedogTalk|@ 13:57, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

Cleaning up vandalism[edit]

When you revert vandalism, as you did at Holden Commodore, please make sure the version you revert to is clean. The version you reverted to stated, in the first paragraph, that the Commodore is steam-powered. -- Narge 13:48, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

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Why should I[edit]

Why should I refrain from editing, I have had that message sent to me already by that guy and already told him that none of those spam rules apply to me. Maybe you should block the other guy from editing repeatedly using the three-revert rule for undoing my edits.

Your as bad the real police nit picking on motorists when the murders are still at large. Have you seen the other music genre related pages there are multiple website links on multiple genres, and have you removed those links or sent them a message, I doubt it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)


I have not been warned numerous times by numerous editors, I have been told to dicuss the link with people on the talk page by two editors, you and another guy. Who the heck ever looks at the Hardcore Techno talk page anyway? I have been arguing with a guy who I know has a grudge against the site for the past week. Which might I add one of the editors only sent me a warning because the other mardy guy sent him a message about it.

The link is a great link for Hardcore Techno fans thats why I have wrote it in the edit summary, so do not go throwing the spam card out willy nilly. How on earth you can come to the conclusion of me saying "Great site for Hardcore Techno fans" is spam I have no idea. I have not broken any of the spam rules. I have not spammed multiple music pages, I added the link ages ago and no one has been bothered until the guy who has a grudge against the site kicked up a stink about it. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

So now you start spamming the happy hardcore page instead? 21:55, 12 November 2006 (UTC) —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs)

He's still doing it, just on a different page 13:53, 15 November 2006 (UTC)


Dear Richmeister,

thanks for the Monaro and Commodore pics; I put them to good use in my corresponding articles on the German WP. --- Could you by any means be kind enough to take some more Commodore pictures? There´s an awful lack of them in Commons, and for obvious reasons I can´t do it myself. Falcon pics would be welcome as well...and Ute pictures of any kind...

Regards, --328cia 22:18, 21 November 2006 (UTC)

The Game AFD[edit]

Wow, my face is red. Here I was complaining about the clutter, and I left mine in there! Thanks for the save, my friend. Just H 16:09, 28 December 2006 (UTC)

Lotion Play[edit]


just wanted to check about the edit you made to lotion play; it seems to be a question of whether there are reliable sources... just wondering what I have to do to establish that it exists- the lotion links at the bottom of the article seem proof enough to me, but here are some more which weren't included as they are commercial sites; for example here is a page selling lotion as described in the article:

here is an english language site page selling it:

here is the page for a company which produces lotion dvds (adult content):

here is a japanese english language site's lotion play dvd page (note the use of the word lotion-play to describe the category)

finally, if you check wet and messy sites (for example the forums at ultimate messy directory) you will see lotion play is frequently featured

(I've also posted this in the talk page on lotion play) Urso 14:38, 7 January 2007 (UTC)

Robe, South Australia[edit]

Thanks for your photos at Robe, South Australia. I haven't been to Robe since I was a wee 8 year old. While the town still looks the same, the lighthouse looks very different indeed. Modernised perhaps... -- Longhair\talk 09:19, 20 January 2007 (UTC)

Actually, I think I'm confused with the Cape Jaffa Lighthouse. If you ever get over to Kingston SE, some local images of that town would be fantastic. Thanks again. -- Longhair\talk 09:21, 20 January 2007 (UTC)


Thanks for the rv edit on my talk page! Sick of these anon IP people like you try and edit articles and clean them up why do people like this always be silly...anyway keep up the good work --Mikecraig 22:30, 22 January 2007 (UTC)


Why is this article fancruft? It explains how MCR changed the song drastically from before when it was known as "Shut Up And Play", and has useful information on the story of The Black Parade. You can't just call something fancruft because you might not care for the band. I remind you of WP:NOT#PAPER. If we can have a page for every character in a non notable Japanese manga or have an article for every Pokemon, then surely we can have an article about a song from a band with 1 Platinum and 1 Gold album that has a following from around the world and who's lastest album holds a place on many music publication's Best Albums of 2006 lists. If you would like to comment please leave a note at my user page or at Wikiproject My Chemical Romance. Thanks. Mcr616 20:37, 25 January 2007 (UTC)

OK, i understand. thanks! Mcr616 20:30, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

Da youngsta'sHello i am asking you to lift your undo on my creation because i have now posted the billboard numbers directly from so i think it is worty enough now

Brazilian Royalty[edit]

I thought all royalty was considered N, and so I've been declining to delete. If the article is trivial, then i think the best course would be an expand tag. --but if you think otherwise, we could discuss it at AfD. DGG (talk) 02:17, 15 July 2007 (UTC)


That sentence is already {{Fact}} tagged, and the term sideboob has already conspicuously credited to Family Guy on Wikipedia. Please can you give the people who care about this stuff — which doesn't include me — time to document that this thing is "mistakenly" credited to Family Guy? Otherwise it's just going to be added repeatedly as a neologism, or used to prop up serially re-created, marginally retitled List of Family Guy neologisms articles — that's the part I'm concerned about. / edg 20:56, 5 September 2007 (UTC)

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Quick note on speedy[edit]

I removed two speedy tags you put on Henry S. Harper and Karl Howell Behr and wanted to say why. They did survive the Titanic, and I'm pretty sure that meets notability and would argue the same. In any case, I think AFD would be where to take it since at the least, it is argueable. Pharmboy (talk) 03:01, 18 November 2007 (UTC)

Joey's Side Project[edit]

I was just curious as to what nominates the album for deletion. Yeah ,it's nameless, but I'd like to know why else. It has a source and everything. If you'd get back to me as soon as possible on my talk page... Dark Executioner (talk) 17:06, 18 November 2007 (UTC)Dark Executioner

  • Hey Dark, I also chipped in with Delete on this one, with the reasons listed. At this stage, the article is just too weakly sourced and is a rumor. No name, 'possible additions' without sources is against the crystal ball policy. It may never happen. Sorry, but its on the wrong side of the threshold. It might be a part of an existing article (although weakly sourced) but can't be an article by itself quite yet, and there isn't really anything to "learn". Pharmboy (talk) 17:25, 18 November 2007 (UTC)

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Woolworth cat[edit]

Hi Richmeister, I had placed the Woolworth cat on the Australian articles some time ago because they were namesakes of the F. W. Woolworth Company. When Caldorwards4 removed that cat, I only re-added them after reaching consensus with him. But, in talking with Bidgee, it made sense to create a new Category:Woolworths Limited cat specifically for the company. Sound reasonable?RevelationDirect (talk) 01:21, 10 November 2009 (UTC)

Melbourne meetup[edit]

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