User talk:Un-Xedoc

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Reverting and Stuff

Hi Xedoc. I saw you took a dislike to the article Thom Yorke and went on an edit war with another user. Well..don't. Not the done thing. Since you have made an account, I have left this message here. Other admins could well have banned you for a day or longer. If you come across an article that bothers you or you think is in need of editing (in your view), check the history of the page first. In this instance, Thom Yorke was started by someone who didn't register an account so there would be no talk page to talk to them. You could always create your own Thom Yorke on a sub page - User:Xedoc/Thom Yorke and show us what you have done is better. Thanks. --LaurelsRomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 17:22, January 2, 2013 (UTC)


Your Change Summary is correct that your edit "Removed a section which did not fit in with the consistency of the style in the article." The article is gibberish and you removed the introduction that explained it. So I reverted you. I understand that gibberish is the joke--and the template at the start of the article explains that the page is "in the style of the thing it's about." But the intro explains that to the large number of people not as In The Know as yourself. Mere pages of complete gibberish is not what we do here. Spıke Ѧ 12:52 11-Feb-13

F. Scott Fitzgerald

That was a high-quality rewrite! Only, would you please consider deleting the entire section, Novels? Its major point is simply that a lot of words rhyme with "night," it was carried to tedious length before and after your improvements, and you really don't want to spend the rest of your life reverting every Anon who can think up another rhyme. Cheers! Spıke Ѧ 14:44 11-Feb-13

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