User talk:Rickraptor707

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Summary discussion within Ghostbusters (2016 film)[edit]

Hey there,

First off, thanks for your goodfaith edits on this page. I know several users who have participated in Talk have reverted your edits after discussion. Before I made another reversion edit, I wanted to call you attention to recent consensus Talk:Ghostbusters_(2016_film)#Consensus_on_excluding_summary_statement_for_critical_reception. Given your active role, I wanted to reach out and encourage you to participate with this. Apologies if this is overkill, just wanted to make sure all our efforts aren't the source of additional frustration. Nerd2thend (talk) 12:21, 29 July 2016 (UTC)

Broadcast signal intrusion[edit]

Sorry, I can't be arsed to start a discussion[1] about something that is so blatantly obvious. A malfunctioning piece of equipment inside a studio is totally different from somebody from the outside hijacking a studio's output. And as the article says "Broadcast signal intrusion is the hijacking of broadcast signals". A malfunctioning studio encoder is not a hijack, it's a glitch. I would think that's very obvious but apparently it isn't. So be it. Cheers, Yintan  18:41, 23 October 2016 (UTC)

While, I see where you're coming from, the cable and satellite feed interruptions are in the same league as this. If those are allowed on the page, I see no reason why this shouldn't be. Rickraptor707 (talk) 01:38, 24 October 2016 (UTC)

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