User talk:TParis

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Holiday card[edit]

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Wishing you a Charlie Russell Christmas,
TParis!
"Here's hoping that the worst end of your trail is behind you
That Dad Time be your friend from here to the end
And sickness nor sorrow don't find you."
—C.M. Russell, Christmas greeting 1926.
Montanabw(talk) 23 December 2016 (UTC)

Happy Holidays[edit]

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The 12 Days of Wikipedia
On the 12th day of Christmas Jimbo sent to me
12 BLPs
11 RFAs
10 New Users
9 Barn Stars
8 Admins Blocking
7 Socks Socking
6 Clerks Clerking
5. Check Users Checking
4 Over Sighters Hiding
3 GAs
2. Did You Knows
and an ARB in a pear tree.

-May your holiday season be filled with joy, laughter and good health. --Cameron11598

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On your ANi comment, I see no dispute between us. We were both editing fast and furious with edit conflicts. The Heavy source was already linked several times and I was scanning for a different source to broaden the references. I definitely don't think that negative material should go unsourced, nor would I characterize the fact a lawyer represented a high profile client as negative material about either the lawyer or client. Legacypac (talk) 03:12, 10 June 2017 (UTC)

I never got that from you on the article talk page, but your comment here addresses my concerns, so I'll go strike my remark at ANI.--v/r - TP 03:14, 10 June 2017 (UTC)
As far as your last sentence, I'd say any tie to the wrong side of a scandal is negative material.--v/r - TP 03:19, 10 June 2017 (UTC)

refund[edit]

hello, I was wondering if you would refund Template:International Emmy hosts into User:Gonejackal/sandbox2. if thats not possible, would you overwrite Template:International Emmy hosts?Gonejackal (talk) 01:35, 11 June 2017 (UTC)

Sure, it's been moved to your sandbox.--v/r - TP 03:20, 11 June 2017 (UTC)

Undelete request Darren Curovic[edit]

Hello, Could you please consider to undelete the page Darren Curovic, regarding the G news as well as the following reference (2016) as one of in regards to achievements of the character[1] Thank you Parviziskender (talk) 13:42, 19 June 2017 (UTC)

Sure, it's been restored.--v/r - TP 14:10, 19 June 2017 (UTC)

Thank you for this. There will be some work done on it to help improving as required. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Parviziskender (talkcontribs) 14:33, 19 June 2017 (UTC)

B4 clarification[edit]

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A clarification to WP:UP/RFC2016 § B4 has been proposed. You participated in that discussion; your input is welcome at Wikipedia:User pages/RfC for stale drafts policy restructuring/B4 clarification. Thanks, — Godsy (TALKCONT) 16:00, 23 June 2017 (UTC)

Restoring page of Dennis M. Kelleher[edit]

I understand that you just approved the deletion of the page for Dennis M. Kelleher for lack of notability. Literally as the decision was made (today, 6/23/2017) I was drafting materials, extensively cited and footnoted, to show that he is a person of some prominence in his field. I have tried to paste it in below but see that the footnotes did not make it. I am happy to send a document to you to allay your concerns, but what I am hoping to do in the short-term and as quickly as possible is restore the page so I can also publicly address the notability issue. I appreciate your consideration.

Kelleher and his work at Better Markets has been profiled in the media many times, including in the New York Times (“Facing Down the Bankers”), where he was described as “one of the most powerful lobbyists on financial regulatory reform”; by Congressional Quarterly as an “Influencer,” which stated “Kelleher has become K Street’s most vocal counterweight to the bank lobby, often called to Capitol Hill to defend the Dodd Frank law” ; and by Wealth Management, where he was referred to as one of “Ten To Watch in 2016.” He was also profiled by the PBS show Need to Know (“Braking the Banks”), and featured prominently in Frontline’s award-winning inside story of the global financial crisis (“Money, Power and Wall Street”), as well as in the German and French public television documentaries on the global financial collapse.

He also frequently speaks on financial matters and is often interviewed and widely quoted in US and international media on the important financial issues of the day. Since taking the helm of Better Markets seven years ago, Kelleher has been interviewed more than 3,000 times and quoted or appeared in the media over 2,000 times. When the news broke that JP Morgan Chase, the world’s largest bank, was facing billions of dollars in losses due to its so-called London Whale trading, policymakers, rule makers, elected officials and the global media sought out Kelleher for analysis, insight and implications. He was interviewed extensively on the subject and his comment appeared in the global media including the Financial Times , Huffington Post , The New York Times , and The Washington Times . Similarly, throughout the recent Wells Fargo fraudulent account scandal, which cost the CEO of the fourth largest bank in the US his job, Kelleher was sought after for comment from those same policymakers as well as industry, regional, national, and international news outlets, including The Charlotte Observer , American Banker , The Washington Post , The Los Angeles Times , the Associated Press , and the Financial Times . When it was reported that National Economic Council Chair and former Goldman, Sachs President Gary Cohn supported reinstating the Glass-Steagall law that separated investment and commercial banking , Kelleher was once again the voice that the media sought to provide critical perspective and analysis on the story, appearing in The New York Times , The Washington Post , and the Financial Times . Kelleher has also appeared on television, commenting on the first 100 days of the Trump Administration and Trump’s record with Wall Street .

Kelleher is also regularly asked to provide testimony to House and Senate committees on financial protection rules. He has appeared before the House Committee on Natural Resources on the impact of Wall Street speculation on gasoline prices , the House Committee on Financial Services on the impact of the Dodd-Frank Act on credit and job creation and also on the impact of the Volcker Rule on markets and job creation , the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry examining the Dodd-Frank Act after two years and on the re-authorization of the Commodities Futures Trading Commission . He has also appeared before the Senate Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs to discuss the Financial Stability Oversight Council and the House Education Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions on the Department of Labor’s “best interest” fiduciary rule . — Preceding unsigned comment added by Charnich (talkcontribs) 16:22, 23 June 2017 (UTC)