User talk:Sergeant Cribb
Hey, I just came upon the article you wrote,
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Do you make a habit of threatening other editors?
 If you do, then I'd strongly advise you to stop. It's not for you to ask for someone to be blocked, it's for you to listen to what you're being told; you were adding citations that did not support the material.
Anyway, on to something more constructive. I've chopped the article back to what can be cited, regardless of the quality of the sources. Feel free to offer an opinion on the current look of the article. Malleus Fatuorum 02:51, 5 July 2011 (UTC)
- Since you ask -- no, of course not, and it is a measure of the considerable degree of offense you have caused me by your unfounded accusations and aggressive behaviour that I felt it necessary to even refer to the possibility. Suggesting that your behaviour might merit a block is not a threat, as an editor of your experience must be well aware. Your comments on what it is for me to do or not do are now sadly irrelevant. Sergeant Cribb (talk) 06:03, 5 July 2011 (UTC)
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