User talk:SgtSchumann

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Pier Review[edit]

Hello SgtSchumann, I have been working on the Pope John Paul II article in order to improve it and raise it to ‘Good Article’ and hopefully ‘Featured Article’ status. The article is currently in Pier Review, so I though I would invite you to take a look, and maybe give your opinion. Any help to improve the article would be very much appreciated. Kind Regards Marek.69 talk 14:35, 26 January 2009 (UTC)

Pacifism in Assemblies[edit]

I agree for the most part. The reason I moved it was because it seemed the information was referring solely to the US body. Everything referred to the General Council, I didn't think it was a good idea to make this article US centric as has been complained of in the past. If pacifism was a shared belief in all/most A/G bodies then sure it merits mention here. Ltwin (talk) 01:01, 15 February 2009 (UTC) I'm really glad you're here though. Reading the article, what do you think are the strengths ans weaknesses? What can be improved? For instance, I think the Beliefs section needs a lot of work. Needs to be more prose instead of list form to me. Ltwin (talk) 01:07, 15 February 2009 (UTC)

Thanks and a request[edit]

Thanks for signing up at Wikipedia:Peer review/volunteers and for your work doing reviews. It is now just over a year since the last peer review was archived with no repsonse after 14 (or more) days, something we all can be proud of. There is a new Peer review user box to track the backlog (peer reviews at least 4 days old with no substantial response), which can be found here. To include it on your user or talk page, please add {{Wikipedia:Peer review/PRbox}} . Thanks again, and keep up the good work, Ruhrfisch ><>°° 03:21, 25 February 2009 (UTC)

Statement of Fundamental Truths[edit]

I've converted this list into prose and corrected the problems you talked about or at least the instances that I saw. Take a look at it and see what you think. Ltwin (talk) 05:07, 26 February 2009 (UTC)

Robert M. Price and René Girard[edit]

Hi, Some time ago, you - I think - added Robert M. Price's criticism to the article on René Girard. Now Eugeneacurry removed the paragraph on Price's criticism, claiming that: "Robert Price is not a respected academic and his literary output is clearly directed to a lay audience. Further, Price is not particularly notable at all and, as such, his criticisms of Girard are not relevant to this article." (see Talk:René Girard#Robert_Price). I think you know more about Price's work than me. What do you think about this deletion? --ChristopheS (talk) 11:22, 20 November 2009 (UTC)


If you are still looking for sources on majoritarianism (I think it was 2008 when you asked), the classic source is: Lijphart, Arend.1999. Patterns of Democracy. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. I have made a brief summary in the images below. I think the article on majoritarianism could do with some work as it is very light on theory and sources.

Eoinjones (talk) 14:24, 10 April 2010 (UTC)

Creating my own article[edit]

Trophy.png Creating my own article
Hello sir, I was wondering there does happen to be an article called "Oldest Verified Men", making an assessment upon the oldest men verified by Guinness. However, I was wandering if it happened to be critical or significant to create an article about the oldest living men, not even involving verification or not. And age to an extent of at least 107+ rather than just simply supercentenarian extent.

Thank you. Changedoubler137 (talk) 02:47, 7 July 2016 (UTC)