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''2012-08-04 14:54:05'' [[nbsp]] we implies the wiki sells which it doesn't --["Users/StevenDaubert"]
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Hey Raoul, and Welcome to the Wiki! My name's Evan, pleased to meet you! As I just told Alex, thanks for voicing your concern about the Davis Patch commentary... your worry is shared by many people, and there's a discussion about how to balance people expressing their opinions with the tendency for subjects to be overwhelmed before they can be expanded upon. The discussion is located on the Talk page for Davis Patch. Once again, Welcome to the Wiki... it's always great to see a new voice pop up! —Evan 'JabberWokky' Edwards
2011-06-24 15:09:46 thanks for assuming I didn't look into things and just spouted Nit-picky wiki wonk preconceived input —StevenDaubert
2011-08-26 15:31:47 You really seem to have it out for Rhonda. What gives? —TomGarberson
2011-08-31 15:24:02 I've gotta ask again... why are you so fixated on Rhonda? —TomGarberson
2011-09-01 13:54:42 If anyone is "devolving" the discussion on the Monticello page, it's you. You seem to want to paint Rhonda in a certain way; I tried to portray the story as objectively as possible. Whatever beef you have with her (and personally, I am none too pleased with her comment), it has no place on the wiki. And she did clarify her view of things, but as I told her, the page is written from the point of view of the community, not her, and not you, either. —CovertProfessor
2011-09-01 14:06:36 You might want to read over the identity page. Your edit history to date seems to be focused on one thing: trying to make Rhonda look bad. Maybe you have a good reason for it; I don't know. But I do want to note two things: 1) the Wiki is not a weapon; and 2) it's getting to the point where people are assuming that any edit you make on that page is malicious. Bear that in mind down the road. If you start making edits that aren't digs at someone, but people change or remove them on the assumption that your intentions are bad, that's why. By continuing to prosecute your grudge and refusing to engage when people try to understand why you're making the edits you're making, you're building an identity on the Wiki that's memorialized on this site forever. —TomGarberson
I have no beef. How could I? I don't know Rhonda, Tom or Covert. ["Users/RaoulDuke]
Fundamentally? For fun. RaoulDuke
2012-02-29 20:24:15 Am I correct in assuming you have an attorney named Dr. Gonzo or is your name merely a coincidence? —LoriOrf
Yes, Lori, fyi, Dr. Gonzo is a large-and-in-charge attorney and also my designated driver. In his latter capacity, he has an unpredictably questionable proclivity for going sideways, which always draws admiring glances from our fellow motorists along with horn fanfares. Dr. Gonzo once explained his driving strategy to me thusly: "When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro!"
2012-08-04 14:54:05 we implies the wiki sells which it doesn't —StevenDaubert