User talk:SGreenwell

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I'll get you S. Greenwell. Your name is too mysterious for me to figure out, but once I do, you will pay. p.s. jk. Dadip6 19:23, 31 May 2006 (UTC)

Loveline[edit]

Thanks for the message! I did revert it to the right version first, by Rglovejoy, but then for some reason I thought I'd made a mistake – so I reverted it back further to the version just before that. I'm not really an Adam Carolla fan and it looked like I'd done the right thing. I'm terribly sorry about messing it up, and thanks for letting me know. - BaseballBaby 20:10, 26 June 2006 (UTC)

Adam Carolla[edit]

No problem! I was kind of amazed that he was trying to push a guideline without apparently reading it. I usually just go hunting to see what I can find - and, fortunately, there it was. :)

I'm not sure what to do about the Webmaster Billy guy. The general guidelines pretty much say that we can't do anything unless he violates WP:3RR by reverting it three times in 24 hours. 3RR isn't hard and fast - he could technically be reported simply for the persistent reversion, but the admins tend to expect that the behavior be disruptive - and a couple of reverts every few days doesn't seem to count to them as "disruptive".

BTW - it's almost certainly someone affiliated with the show. The last edit came from someone at CBS Corporate in LA. I'll poke around a little - there may be a way to report vandalism (blanking) by individuals affiliated with the article subject. -- ChrisB 05:05, 26 October 2006 (UTC)

Stephan Pastis[edit]

Heh, I noticed that too - Don't want to block him right away though, as per principle of WP:BITE ^_^ We should give him one last chance before blocking as a vandal-only account. ShakingSpirittalk 02:31, 14 January 2007 (UTC)

Ok, he's used up his last chance. The account's been permanently blocked. ShakingSpirittalk 20:46, 14 January 2007 (UTC)

That's Stryker stuff[edit]

Pretty fucking crazy, huh? -- 67.176.15.127 07:55, 6 February 2007 (UTC)

Loveline Archive[edit]

Aren't both facts correct? Loveline Archive stopped hosting after January 21, 2007, true, but they removed all the episodes that took place after Adam left, even the ones with drew alone. -Legitimus 13:08, 15 May 2007 (UTC)

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