User talk:Status

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RETIRED
This user is no longer active on Wikipedia as of June 2015.

Hi![edit]

Now, that's a username I haven't seen appear in my watchlist for a long time. Hi, Status! :) Acalamari 20:47, 8 January 2017 (UTC)

@Acalamari: Haha, hi Acalamari! Yeah, I don't have much time for editing nowadays; I just drop by from time to time. Cheers! — Status (talk · contribs) 22:08, 8 January 2017 (UTC)
... I thought you retired. I helpdןǝɥ I 08:59, 27 January 2017 (UTC)

Dear Status[edit]

This time I decided to be polite as I can be. Please stop reverting, restoring, removing (whatever you think it fits) my contributions. As far as you can easily see, most of time I only add bonus tracks to tracklists on album pages. Over all those times I tried to keep my stuff where I put. But it really gets boring, you know what I mean? We don't have to play like this, because even if I love contributing you know I have a life as well, like you, like everyone else and can't keep up with my stuff here all time. +Tracklist is a kind of hobby for me and I do not add unreliable sources like Discogs if I can reach the store pages etc. I know you're trying to make wikipedia better but so do I. Thank you for your concern in advance. Have a nice day...

Dkisnis (talk) 22:55, 1 February 2017 (UTC)

The Ride[edit]

Hello. Please refrain from reverting my edit of the singles on "The Ride." Furtado has said in an interview that there will not be any singles from the album. If you still somehow have an argument, please talk it out with me here like an adult, instead of being childish by reverting it without giving any reason at all. Thank you. Also, as a side note, you might want to remove the retired thing on your main page, as you're clearly not retired. 2600:387:3:803:0:0:0:7F (talk) 20:30, 20 February 2017 (UTC) I'll message you here, since it seems you are unable to message me back, unfortunately. They are not singles, and if they are, tell me how they are. If I can give you an example of how you're wrong, take "John Wayne" by Lady Gaga. She released a music video for the song, but it's not considered a single on the album page for "Joanne" because she never announced it as a single. Similarly, Nelly specifically said there will be no singles, so how can you possible argue that they are singles? You can't just say something and act like your word makes it true. If that were the case, I would be able to say that I'm rich and have it be true. 2600:387:3:803:0:0:0:90 (talk) 02:28, 21 February 2017 (UTC)