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Bell Racing Europe[edit]

Message for Ronstew

When checking Wikipedia, I have realised that you have edited the article about Bell Sports on several occassions. Namely you have added/corrected/removed certain information about my company. May I know in which capacity you edit the article and where you get your information as the original article was not posted by us? Thank you

Martine Kindt Cohen CEO Bell Racing Europe mkc@bellhelmets.eu March 11, 2008194.78.217.204 (talk) 15:08, 11 March 2008 (UTC)

My edits are in the capacity of a wikipedia user. It started when I wondered if my Bell bicycle helmet came from the same company that built the X-1 rocket-powered airplane. I did not originally have Bell Racing Europe in the article because I was not aware of it. When somebody else added it, saying that it focuses on F1 helmets, I checked your web site and found that you have a broader product range. Anything I added was from your web pages. You are, of course, free to edit the article yourself, but I would caution you to maintain a neutral POV.

Ghostboat[edit]

That's a good point, Ghostboat, actually redirects to this, so we could either move it to Ghostboat, or Ghostboat (film). --TubularWorld (talk) 21:42, 11 February 2009 (UTC)

I have moved it to "Ghostboat (film)"; I have also added an infobox to the article. Hartlepool's not too far away from where I am, and I really don't see the reason for all the fuss about the Clemenceau, as long as they can find a way to dismantle it safely. I wouldn't have thought that it would have made the news over in Canada. Anyways, happy editing! :) --TubularWorld (talk) 23:53, 11 February 2009 (UTC)

Shakespeare in Love[edit]

I think you cut far too much of the plot and gutted it too much. You did a major rewrite to the article without so much as a post to the talk page regarding any issues you have or discussing any plot errors you think are there. For someone who has never edited the article, that would be, at least, a courtesy before starting. It's even worse when you do so and leave no post afterward. I have the DVD, thanks. As for sophomoric writing, that would be a matter of opinion. Wildhartlivie (talk) 14:56, 3 November 2009 (UTC)

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Sources[edit]

Hello, can you please add your sources to Belle and Sebastian (2017 Canadian, French animated TV series)? Thanks, Boleyn (talk) 19:05, 19 January 2018 (UTC)