User talk:TrekCaptain

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edit Welcome!

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edit QVFD

The problem with your proposal on VFD is that the QVFD process involves more than just quickness, and more than just your opinion that an article is really, really offensive--even if you're right. Your observation was a matter of opinion, and opinions differ, though you can see a consensus forming. QVFD is an administrative process. I used it recently to get deleted some private copies I had; some had returned to mainspace, some had been abandoned, some had been voted down. It's an administrative thing. For improving the quality of mainspace, you want to do exactly what you're doing--not look for short-cuts. Spıke ¬  19:25 1-Dec-09

edit VFD

Please familiarize yourself with VFD before nominating any further articles. You've placed two nominations, both are invalid. Thanks. ~Jewriken.GIF 22:17, December 7, 2009 (UTC)

Furthermore, perhaps before spending even more of your time petitioning to delete a bunch of things, you could think of actually positively contributing to the website. Other than a couple of small edits, all of your contributions seems to be angrily shouting "This offends me and/or does not live up to my standards of humor! You should get rid of it immediately." So yeah. Stop doing that. -RAHB 06:11, December 8, 2009 (UTC)

edit VFD again

Those huge DELETE THIS ARTICLE templates you're using are really not necessary and quite annoying. I'm still wondering if you're planning to contribute anything to this site other than deleting articles. ~Jewriken.GIF 18:39, January 3, 2010 (UTC)

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