DomenicSantangelo/Archive

InfoInfo
Search:    

Comment archive.

2005-08-26 14:20:38   Good call on changing "white people" to "americans"— last time I checked, Italians are considered white people :-) —CraigBrozinsky


2005-09-29 11:44:30   central coast looks nice, good job —MichelleAccurso


2005-09-29 12:49:20   Thanks! :) —DomenicSantangelo


2005-11-29 10:34:14   yes. preview is my friend. why do you say this? cease the mysteries. —AubreyJohnson


2005-11-30 15:35:14   I've been fighting a page split for a couple days now (with some pretty good success — the top half was pretty factual, and the ancedotes were pretty well presented, both positive and negative). What made you decide to give up on the entry? —JabberWokky


2005-11-30 16:48:38   No, I'm fine with the split, I just didn't figure it was bad enough to warrant one (yet). I was just curious on another person's take on the matter. Re: Jerome, don't worry... I have no illusions about that. :) —JabberWokky


2005-12-01 20:26:01   hey jerk. dont delete my page. its like that for a reason —JeromeJohnson


2005-12-02 09:04:32   and what reason is that? —DomenicSantangelo


2005-12-02 14:30:24   Re: Sereno Hotties: Nice rewrite. —JabberWokky


2005-12-04 16:05:29   I don't really see the point of deleting pages. We aren't running out of space (and since the revision history is kept, deleting doesn't save space anyways). If pages need improvement, then having it on Lame Wiki Pages is a good way of encouraging that; i don't think we as a community are so forgetful that putting something on Recent Changes to draw attention is necessary. —AlexanderWoo


2005-12-05 14:04:50   Thanks for the warm welcome. An eighth year senior? How does that work? —MatthewKeys


2005-12-05 17:21:13   I love the phone number in your page. And thanks for making the little edits to my page and adding the comment section. I didn't think my page was too bad for someone who has only been in the Wiki world for maybe three hours :) Hope to see you around and get more great feedback! —MatthewKeys


2005-12-06 14:36:31   Hey Domenic, ever tried (whats usually called) [wikipedia]Turkish Coffee before? It really is sludge, there's a thick layer you leave in the bottom of the cup to dry and stuff. The beans are ground incredibly fine to make it super thick. Ridiculously strong. —ES


2005-12-07 10:53:56   No. —BrentLaabs


2005-12-07 20:49:12   Okay, you will win. But not without a fight. —BrentLaabs


2005-12-09 04:39:37   Just a random hello. —MatthewKeys


2005-12-09 09:22:16   wooz looks lovely, thank you —MichelleAccurso


2005-12-15 21:43:40   Hey Domenic, I just wanted to apologize if what I said seemed rude. I wish there was a way to send messages on here instead of communicating like this. —AbcDef


2005-12-17 19:00:29   [WWW]i love your edits!MichelleAccurso


2005-12-17 19:05:29   Because that's original, Michelle. —SS


2005-12-17 19:23:46   Dude I don't think stalking and making rude comments repetitively to me is proper Wiki behavior. I'll ask you nicely to please back off. —SS


2005-12-17 19:39:53   AndrewBanta & I read this all the time for laughes Also gives you some background on the guy you're arguing with. —MichelleAccurso


2005-12-17 21:17:42   Damn you! My comedic effect lasted less than 10 seconds! Oh well, welcome to IKEA, Herr Santangelo. —BrentLaabs


2005-12-17 21:24:48   RE: Complex Question: Thanks. I always appreciate a chance to learn something new. —SteveDavison


2005-12-18 00:43:29   I suggest you look at the IKEA talk page, the aspects of it you support, and consider the fact that I have made my opinion a personal attribution instead of a "generallization". I also would suggest you look at much of what the talk page says about my opinion being smearing, and that it is perfectly valid for me to think the opposite about news shedding IKEA in a positive light before you get into a revert war. Usually the outcome of one is less than favorable than the current solution that comes from edits. —SS


2005-12-18 02:28:55   Gawd Saul, simmer down now. I love how inactive you were, than you come back for a "round" 2 if you will. —AndrewBanta


2005-12-18 02:29:54   You seem like a nice guy Domenic. So consider this a friendly hallo. Take care and keep up the good fight for positve change!!! —AndrewBanta


2005-12-19 09:43:39   1. People on the talk page find Nazi information relevant. 2. We also decided to remain neutral before, meaning the good info. was deleted too. You can't selectively take out the bad and keep the good, especially after more than three people find the nazi information relevant. There is no rule that these things need your personal approval to be on the page. You are not the wiki master. —SS


2005-12-19 09:51:15   And also: not Davis specific? Please tell me you're not serious. IKEA isn't even Davis specific, being in Sacramento. Neither are Reuben Sandwiches. What about Wal-Mart and all the places in Dixon? Vacaville? Woodland? How about the pages that have nothing to do with Davis, like food, alcohol, drinking games, etc? Get an f-ing grip! —SS


2005-12-19 09:59:54   Please stop making harrassing comments. —SS


2005-12-19 10:01:15   Also, sexually degrading harrassing comments. That insults not only my sexuality, but women's, because it implies balls are of the stronger genutalia. It's an inherently masogynistic statement. —SS


2005-12-19 10:07:58   Alright. Well I'm not going to argue what is considered a harrassing comment. Please be advised, however, that if I continue to see comments I consider to be harrassing, I will bring the matter to SJA. —SS


2005-12-19 10:12:59   Uh yeah, because using the term "bitch" the way you did isn't blatantly masogynistic. I suggest you look up the feminist movement's view on the phrase. I also suggest you look up information on sexual identity, since obviously you're trying to pidgeon-hole me into a certain one. By doing so, you're also increasing your insult to a broader audience. —SS


2005-12-19 10:17:07   Thank you for the spell correction. —SS

This is a Wiki Spot wiki. Wiki Spot is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that helps communities collaborate via wikis.