Are you helping me about my sentences need correct.-Nteinkvnc (talk) 3:33, 25 April 2011 (UTC)
About this Goldstar (comics) story,"Booster Gold found her in Coast City and brought her back to the present; however, her boyfriend Drew died in Coast City's destruction. Afterward, Michelle is about to return to the 25th century and is stopped by her brother, Booster Gold."
However, I need add about Booster Gold to convinces he's sister; Michelle, to stay after Booster Gold's compassion and loss. When Michelle was anger.-Nteinkvnc (talk) 3:44, 25 April 2011 (UTC)
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Article of the month – Brabham, featured on the main page (May 2)
Motor Racing Developments Ltd., commonly known as Brabham, was a British racing car manufacturer and Formula One racing team. Founded in 1960 by two Australians, driver Jack Brabham and designer Ron Tauranac, the team won four drivers' and two constructors' world championships in its 30-year Formula One history. Jack Brabham's 1966 drivers' championship remains the only such achievement using a car bearing the driver's own name.
In the 1960s, Brabham was the world's largest manufacturer of open wheel racing cars for sale to customer teams, and had built more than 500 cars by 1970. During this period, teams using Brabham cars won championships in Formula Two and Formula Three and competed in the Indianapolis 500. In the 1970s and 1980s, Brabham introduced innovations such as the "fan car"—which won its only race before being withdrawn—in-race refuelling, carbon brakes, and hydropneumatic suspension. The team won two more Formula One drivers' championships in the 1980s with Brazilian Nelson Piquet, and became the first to win a drivers' championship with a turbocharged car.
British businessman Bernie Ecclestone owned Brabham during most of the 1970s and 1980s, and later became responsible for administering the commercial aspects of Formula One. Ecclestone sold the team in 1988. Its last owner was the Middlebridge Group, a Japanese engineering firm. Midway through the 1992 season, the team collapsed financially as Middlebridge was unable to make repayments against loans provided by Landhurst Leasing. The case was investigated by the United Kingdom Serious Fraud Office. In 2009, an unsuccessful attempt was made by a German organisation to enter the 2010 Formula One season using the Brabham name.
You have reverted my edit and added FDR and Truman as "commanders" even though they did not directly command the theater. Yes they were c-in-c of American forces but it was the military commanders who had the most say tactically. Cheers! (Central Data Bank (talk))
Hey - just to let you know, I had removed the cn tag because the editor who added it appears to be a crank. See his talk page contributions - seems to have a problem with Japan for some reason. I don't have Toland on hand, but I'd wager that he covers that detail. Parsecboy (talk) 23:24, 5 May 2015 (UTC)
I don't doubt the claim (I've seen it, too, & can't recall where :( ), & I only rv because I'd like to know myself, & I don't doubt there are people who've read less on it than us who'd doubt it. As for the adder being a crank...why does that surprise you? ;p TREKphilerany time you're ready, Uhura 23:39, 5 May 2015 (UTC)
As long as we've been editing, there shouldn't be anything that surprises us ;) Parsecboy (talk) 00:44, 6 May 2015 (UTC)
I noticed you changed the link to dragster (vehicle) back to pointing to dragster (car) at drag racing (this edit). I'm aware that "car" was used because "vehicle" is a self-redirect, but in my opinion, this is not the right way to handle this. Basically, by creating a red link to the "car" version, if that article is created, it would be the article that the "vehicle" redirect should point to (or occupy). Rather than creating a red link to a synonymous term, if the subject warrants its own article, it should be created at the better existing name ("vehicle"), which should be changed from a redirect to a normal article. If the subject does not warrant its own article (I assume it was merged with the drag racing article at some point in the past?), it should remain a redirect. I don't see a good reason to link to an alternate but synonymous term which does not exist just because the primary term redirects to the article being linked from. Thoughts? --Fru1tbat (talk) 20:20, 13 May 2015 (UTC)
Re recent edits to the Quiller page: I am attempting to back up assertions made in the main text with direct quotations from the books and from the author. I can't see how this adds little, especially the quotation from the author which directly relates to the development of the series character. If the assertions are left as they stand I see it as quite reasonable that another editor will come along and add a citation note on each point. We are continually told to add evidence for the assertions being made in wikipedia articles, and that's just what I have done. Perry Middlemiss (talk) 03:44, 17 May 2015 (UTC)