User talk:Shirudo

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Regarding your logic.... I will expect you to delete ALL notable examples listed in the "cronyism" page as those examples should also only appear on the individuals pages, that is if we are going to be fair and logical. Until I see that happen, I will continue to reinstate my original edits. I will consider moderating my tone...maybe.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Uknowispeaksense (talkcontribs) 05:39, 17 February 2014‎

After the above comment Uknowispeaksense then put this on their userpage.(!) - 220 of Borg 08:17, 4 November 2015 (UTC)

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Defries or DeFries[edit]

Hi, I wanted to give you a heads-up that I moved the page from Tony DeFries back to Tony Defries. My rationale is as follows. There seems to be some confusion over whether or not to capitalize the F in "defries." The BBC does. The book you mentioned does. The New York Times does currently. However, back in 1986, they didn't. [1] And there are other newspapers which don't. The closest thing I can find to an official website is this LinkedIn profile [2]. Based on that, it seems like he prefers it uncapitalized. So, I moved the article to "Tony Defries." If there is a more definitive source for the spelling—liner notes, legal documents, company website, etc.—I will gladly defer to that. Thanks, GentlemanGhost (converse) 22:10, 25 January 2016 (UTC)

You're welcome. It's just my best guess, but hopefully an educated one. It's part-amusing, part-frustrating that even the New York Times hasn't been consistent of the years. --GentlemanGhost (converse) 01:12, 1 February 2016 (UTC)

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