User talk:One Salient Oversight

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Hi O.S.O.: I love your article Led Zeppelin (Christian Band) . I thought I'd mention to you about When the Levee Breaks, in case you weren't aware. Memphis Minnie (Queen of the Blues) [1] wrote that song and she originally recorded it in 1929. She was born in Louisiana and lived in the U.S. South. Led Zep's version is therefore a cover. A suggestion: maybe you could incorporate credit to Memphis Minnie as songwriter while keeping within your theme? It's always nice to remember the early fathers and mothers of North American popular music. Just a suggestion, though. --Ogopogo 20:30, 20 Sep 2005 (EDT)

edit The Emperor's new articles?

If articles like Lynndie England and Abu Ghraib Prisoner Abuse are expecting content soon, please put a {{WIP|~~~~~}} or {{construction}} tag on them during initial creation so they don't get huffed accidentally. If they arent: zero content (with no text other than emplates, "see also", images, etc) articles are subject to huffination ^_^ --Splaka 08:32, 28 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Gracias! Cheers --Splaka 08:52, 28 Sep 2005 (UTC)


edit Anniversaries

Impressed as I am with your prolific contributions to the anniversaries, maybe this is a bit much for one day? Perhaps you'd like to consider spreading them around a bit, as there are lots of poor little anniversaries that have nothing for show-and-tell. Unless there's a super-funny joke here which I've totally missed (which is entirely likely in my case). -- Sir Codeine K·H·P·B·M·N·C·U·Bu. · (Harangue) 14:04, 5 Dec 2005 (UTC)

edit Doctor, Teller

Okay, I showed the Peter "joke" from your Anniversaries page to some friends, and it somehow ended up causing a whole big argument about what it means. My one friend says that in reality Peter is going to a bank and talking to a teller, but I say that that's what would happen in a real joke, while in your non-joke Peter is actually going to the doctor and the doctor is trying to play a trick on him, and this is why he wants to report the doctor to the AMA. Clarification would be appreciated. -- Mandaliet 03:39, 12 Dec 2005 (UTC)

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