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Welcome!

Hello, Tpth, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

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Comments on my talk page[edit]

Its my pleasure... Please let me know in case any assistance required - Lost 06:45, 13 July 2006 (UTC)

RECKLESS EDITS[edit]

Hello.

yes, i have nothing else to do between lectures... it seems this is your very own reason for constantly editing the article - im not a studnet dickhead...

I agree that the article needs to be revised - for balance and length - but it is NOT acheived through deleting factual information - i am unhappy with your edits becasue they have butchered serious content.

you say churches were attacked - well the burining of one to the ground is more serious than a mere 'attack' - you misstate the event (it is one of many examples, and take your pick, of where your so-called summary is improper and unhelpful).

If it please you, then spend your time on editing the 'riot' section because you may contribute additional information to balance it as you like - but do not touch the content of the retaliatory attacks because you have been shown to butcher it and misstate it.

I agree that the 16th birthday party is unhelpful in the current section - but it was the SMH that used the term "Australian birthday party" and the event shows that either (a) the retaliatory attacks still continue, or (b) the causes for the riot itself still continue - whatever - it is relevant in either case.

I put it to you, Tpth, that you are not an Australian... I put it to you that you are pushing a political agenda by deleting content to make it seem less serious... Redducky

Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Tpth 06:17, 10 August 2006 (UTC)

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Editing of Melbourne Article[edit]

Some constructive comments, thankyou, but also some very unjustified edits there. And for the record, liv(e)able is actually a word. Maybe you need some more time at university .... --Biatch 07:15, 10 November 2006 (UTC)

I've replied on your talk page. Tpth 23:16, 12 November 2006 (UTC)

WikiProject Rock music invitation[edit]

Hello WikiProject Alternative music member.
WikiProject Alternative music, in my eyes, has proved to be successful "improving the encyclopaedic coverage of articles relating to alternative rock", and improving their quality as well. One specific example I have witnessed is The Smashing Pumpkins article. The page has gone from a mediocre work, to GA status, to FA nomination. Only appropriate, as the Pumpkins are undeniably one of the most influential alternative rock bands on the 1990's and beyond.
This is the stuff I wish to achieve with the somewhat recently ressurected WikiProject Rock music. I hope to also attract attention to rock music articles of all sorts, and hopefully change some to GA or FA status. I invite you to come join us, and not only be a member of alternative Wikipedians, but the rockin' ones as well.
Rock on.
-- Reaper X 03:16, 18 February 2007 (UTC)

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