Halo (Christian rock band)
Sorry about that, Stephen. I see from where I derived the wrong name. Quick reading, I guess. Thanks for the congratulatory comments on the Halo article. I'm still looking in to exactly what songs made No. 1 on the charts. I'm finding that very hard to research (despite my librarian-ly ways). —Preceding unsigned comment added by Wordy1 (talk • contribs) 04:12, 30 October 2007 (UTC)
History of Linux speedy tag
Have a look at the page history. This was a copy-paste job following a failed page move. The article history is stranded at History of the Linux, which is why I speedied. Chris Cunningham 08:07, 2 November 2007 (UTC)
They look cool! Great idea. :-) Tim 13:25, 3 November 2007 (UTC)
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Everything 100% factual Stephen. I have added the information concerning Youtube and the 'video evidence' now so anybody who queries the info can just go on there and see for themselves.
As for the comment regarding Pet Shop Boys' new version of the song, that can be found on their official website (although I believe that's already been detailed).
Everything 100% factual and one only need see the video to back that up. Please stop removing information unless you have the facts at hand (as you clearly presently do not). Even if you're a "fan" of Madness, there are many pieces of information that may put them in a negative light as well as a positive!
Please don't change the story again. There's a good lad.
Thanks for spotting the unsourced information on Barclays plc - it had been there a week, and could have cause Wikipedia legal problems if it had stayed unnoticed. However, I'd have gone further - the best thing to do if you find entirely unsourced allegations of crimes by living people (unless you can find a source for them) is to remove them (per WP:BLP). I've taken the section out, and warned the user not to add it again without a source.
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