- 1 Longest American held POW
- 2 Olmec
- 3 Theresa Obermeyer
- 4 Cattle
- 5 the entry of the C page
- 6 vandal
- 7 Jihad
- 8 Edit to Smokey and the Bandit
- 9 My edit was legit
- 10 "Bart Gets an F"
- 11 Reverted trying to remove long inappropriate edit
- 12 Reptoids
- 13 PBS Kids GO!
- 14 John Cleese
- 15 Grantham Grammar School
- 16 Jo Good JoAnne Good
Longest American held POW
I see that you have contributed to the Everett Alvarez Jr. article and also to the Everett Alvarez article. I do agree you with you that those articles should be merged. But both articles have incorrect information, Everett Alvarez Jr. was NOT the longest held POW in American history. Floyd James Thompson was the longest held POW in American history, he was captured by the Viet Cong on March 26, 1964 and released on March 16, 1973 10 days short of 9 years. His name is virtually unknown to Americans who honor the brave men who were captives in our name. Everett Alvarez Jr. was in fact the 2nd longest held POW in American history. I think this mistake should be fixed, check out the Floyd James Thompson article which I have contributed to extensively. Floyd James Thompson deserves to be known by all Americans as the longest held POW in American history.
--D.Kurdistani 09:07, 27 August 2006 (UTC)
Hi, I ask an arbitration about French School. Can you give me your opinion. Thanks again. Olmeque 22:14, 29 August 2006 (UTC)
- Well, TB2 is a a bot, it's owner (me) is on a 56k dialup connection roaming on holidays and can't do anything serious right now, give me a few days.. like a week -- Tawker 05:18, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
Why do you keep reverting my contributions to this page as Ms. Obermeyer's husband's repeated failures of the Alaska Bar and her obsession with that are what Ms. Obermeyer is primarily known for as a public figure in Alaska and is what led to her removal from the school board. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Tom Cod (talk • contribs) .
- Tawkerbot2 did not revert any contributions made to that page. Tawkerbot2 reverted the blanking of the page a few times. The page was getting blanked by anons because the content was inapropriate. Tawkerbot2 has not been reverting any of your edits. Humans have been. Please go to here: Talk:Theresa Obermeyer to discuss why. ~a (user • talk • contribs) 20:59, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
I deleted valdalism in this entry (cattle), and the vandalism was put back. Please check this entry. Thanks. 184.108.40.206 16:20, 5 September 2006 (UTC)
i don't think you are very nice
the entry of the C page
Hi, I just tried to revert the C page back to an entry from the letter C, which imho is more appropriate than an entry for the Programming language C++, the bot prevented me from doing so, i.e. it changed it back immediately, so please either revert the change of the C entry, or give me an explanation, why it should point to C++ LN2 23:07, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
220.127.116.11 has also been vandalazing other asrticles. Look at his changes history and see the type of changes he made to Edmundo Jarquin. They include adding a sample picture and destroying links. Brusegadi 04:12, 7 September 2006 (UTC)
Was reverting Anonymous editor material introduced that was removed as and is both OR on primary sources. He gave no explanations or talked while I did. Got reverted mistakenly.--Tigeroo 16:58, 7 September 2006 (UTC)
Edit to Smokey and the Bandit
Heya. I recently uncensored a bit of the Smokey and the Bandit article. Specifically, the word "fuck" was written as "f***". Given that the context was a subsection of censorship and profanity, I opted to take it one step further and actually link the word to the article Fuck. Which might not've been as apropos as it seemed at the time. At any rate, your bot reverted it back to "f***". I'd appreciate if you could change it back. Given the amount of asterisked profanity presently on Wikipedia, I'd also advise you try and make your bot a tad more discriminate, but I can see how scripting it to distingsuish this sort of thing from vandalism is a pretty daunting proposition.
Undying wuv, 18.104.22.168 00:18, 8 September 2006 (UTC)
My edit was legit
"Bart Gets an F"
Bart Gets an F - I included a quote that said the following: "I passed! I passed! I got a D-minus!(repeatedly) I passed! I...kissed the teacher!" It was removed, but I specifically remember this quote from the episode, and it was funny. 22.214.171.124 03:53, 10 September 2006 (UTC)
Reverted trying to remove long inappropriate edit
I was trying to revert an inappropriate long essay  at Category:Blues guitarists, but got reverted. Probably because blanking size limits since the essay was huge, so my removal hit some size limit trigger. I went ahead and removed my warning. =) -- Gogo Dodo 07:51, 10 September 2006 (UTC)
- I tried to remove that as well, but was also warned by the bot. Maybe it should not revert anything with a standard revert summary. In fact, I don't see much point in the bot reverting long chunks of text in the category namespace at all, because a lot of what is added to categories like that is spam anyway. Graham87 12:08, 10 September 2006 (UTC)
I tryed deleting someone's random message on the page with their email. Seemed irrelevant.
(126.96.36.199 20:23, 11 September 2006 (UTC))
PBS Kids GO!
This bot has rv'd my rv twice. See the history for more info. --Libertyernie2 21:49, 14 September 2006 (UTC)
- I'm wondering if it was a timing issue looking at the reverts, I'll take a look -- Tawker 23:25, 18 September 2006 (UTC)
There was a request that the title should be changed to a more accurate one. This I did and the new page still exists but my modification to the original one was reverted by Tawkerbot2. A simple re-direct is not appopriate here so I had put part of the information which is now relevant an left it for the person who requested the change to complete it. I shall re-revert the Grantham Grammar School page to the way I left it and see what happens. Maybe I could have done it differently and left bot and people happier. Have you any advice? :-) (RJP 19:16, 20 September 2006 (UTC))
- It did the same thing again, so I fear that I shall have to leave it to you to sort out. (RJP 19:20, 20 September 2006 (UTC))
Jo Good JoAnne Good
The page for JoAnne Good redirects to the page for Jo Good. These two are not the same person. JoAnne Good presents the breakfast show with Jono Coleman at BBC London 94.9. Jo Good is a much younger radio presenter and music interviewer on the Adam Cole Breakfast Show. I attempted to remove the redirect but the bot did not like that.
Andres 188.8.131.52 22:55, 21 September 2006 (UTC)