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Take a whack at 'Super Swing Golf' 

The Olympian - Jan 12 4:11 AM
I t's the January lull. Because so many game companies placed hundreds of games on the market during the past holiday season, there are few offerings of note in these first weeks of January.
Manchester high school alum crusading against mascots 
Boston Globe - Jan 09 11:30 AM
Is it time to expel the Crusader and the Indian? The Manchester School Board voted Monday to have a committee review the use of Central High School's American Indian mascot and Memorial High School's lance-wielding Crusader, after a Central high alum said the symbols are offensive and should be changed.

Super Swing Golf: Golfing With Cops, Fairies, and Punks 
The Village Voice - Jan 10 3:56 PM
Early in his classic Ben Hogan's Five Lessons, the legendary golfer uses capital letters as if to scream at you like a football coach. The grail in golf, he says, is "A CORRECT, POWERFUL, REPEATING SWING. This can be stated categorically: it is utterly impossible for any golfer to play good golf without a swing that will repeat." These days, it may be impossible for a player to play good golf ...

Sniffing out the details of making 'Perfume' 
Chicago Sun-Times - Dec 30 10:30 PM
A nose is the first thing you see in Tom Tykwer's pungent new film "Perfume: The Story of a Murderer," which opens Friday. It belongs to Jean-Baptiste Grenouille (Ben Whishaw), an inhuman Frenchman with a super-human power of smell.

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  • 1 Cool User Page
  • 2 Russian
  • 3 Thank you for your Medival Lance support
  • 4 Can you check your e-mail?
  • 5 Goeiedag
  • 6 Yousef al-Khattab
  • 7 Peer Medeival Lance Medeval Lance review for Actuary article
  • 8 New England
  • 9 VfD
  • 10 Curious Mediveal Lance deletion log
  • 11 the relevance of WP:MUSIC
  • 12 Mark Medieal Lance Andrew James
  • 13 RE: Deletion
  • 14 Volokh
  • 15 Saryn Meideval Lance Hooks
  • 16 Kudos
  • 17 Vfd and Vfm
  • 18 Cole Stefan
  • 19 RfA thanks!
  • 20 Zdrastie, my dear Alex!
  • 21 Signpost updated for June 19th.
  • 22 John Bowker
  • 23 Congrats!
  • 24 Re: Editing Sumary
  • 25 New user page
  • 26 that Vandal
  • 27 AWB
  • 28 mandatory edit summary box
  • 29 Resonance (MIT)
  • 30 New User Page
  • 31 would you be able to review this ?
  • 32 Thanks
  • 33 Badatz Certified Ganev
  • 34 Your Welcome message...
  • 35 europes future
  • 36 My RfA
  • 37 Removal of opera synopsis?
  • 38 Warp Brothers
  • 39 Yousef al-Khattab
  • 40 How's everything? How's that book of uber-nationalism coming along?
  • 41 Terramar Organics
  • 42 Open Task for Buddhism
  • 43 Hi
  • 44 My user name
  • 45 Warning spammers
  • 46 Oak Grove High School (Hattisburg, Mississippi)
  • 47 Booyah!
  • 48 Cfd
  • 49 Re: Special:Shortpages
  • 50 User: I.M. Rich
  • 51 CSD help - thanks
  • 52 RfA
  • 53 Cyrus Farivar
  • 54 reply from page

Cool User Page

Saw you weighing in and out of one of the 6/19 proposed articles for deletion in regard to a certain artiste, mate, and followed the link here! Your user page left me smiling and highly impressed with your creds! You are a right cool and capable individual!


--Musicknight 23:46, 20 June 2006 (UTC)


Dear Crazy russian, Have some Russian:

Смерть Коммунистам Дискотека два электрический богалу Специальные тайны в моем тылу Это эйнт никакая луна Смеялись над Вами Красный! Смерть к болсклави

Thank you for your support

Dear Crzrussian/Archive 10,
Thank you very much for your support on my recent RfA. I am pleased to announce that it passed with a tally of 72/11/1, and I am now an administrator. I'll be taking things slowly at first and getting used to the tools, but please let me know if there are any admin jobs I can do to help you, now or in the future. —Cuiviénen 02:24, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Can you check your e-mail?

Please? Thanks, Yanksox (talk) 03:42, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for this. Yanksox (talk) 06:26, 18 June 2006 (UTC)


I am a native speaker of Russian, however I do not understand the comedy behind Goeiedag. I am interested to learn as to any connotation this has in Russian, fore I see none. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Polfbroekstraat (talk • contribs) .

Please sign your posts in future. That joke was by me. To understand it you must know the pronunciation. You need to know that the "g" in Dutch is either pronounced as Ukrainian "g" or as Russian "x", the "oe" is pronounced as English "oo" and the 'i' is in fact the "y" of English "yet". Put it all together and you get ... Note that even Poles have a problem with the Dutch word.
The Dutch word is not always a greeting. Like "goeiemorgen" (literally "good morning") it may also be an interjection meaning utter astonishment ("who would have expected that?", "do you really mean that?" or "did you notice what you (he, I) just said?"). The problem is that with the intonation then used many native speakers of Russian and Polish presume the speaker is indeed insulting them. "Goeiedag" is also the name of a medieval lance, used by foot soldiers to kill horses. It was particularly effective when the knights had not noticed the infantry position (because it was hidden in a ditch for instanc) and finally seeing the opponent position, tried to jump over it. Some historians contend it was the Goededag that won the battle of the Guild Spurs in Courtrai 1302. End of Dutch language lesson. User_talk:Pan_Gerwazy--pgp 19:15, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Yousef al-Khattab

Ahoy-hoy, Crazy. Can I ask what the entire controversy was about before I got involved in it. I keep getting emails from him saying that Yanksox has "attacked his userpage" - despite Yanksox only adding a warning templae on his talk page. Thanks, Iolakana|(talk) 15:38, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, that edit was pretty obvious! Iolakana|(talk) 15:55, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Peer review for Actuary article

Hi, Crazy. Now that Actuary has been considered one of Wikipedia's good articles, I would like to see it develop or improve, if and as necessary, to become a candidate for featured article status. Therefore, and advice, suggestions, or statements that you think it is ready for featured article candidacy would be appreciated on the peer review page here: Wikipedia:Peer review/Actuary. Thank you. -- Avi 19:50, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

New England

I just came froma New England road trip today. I went through Providence first, then onto Boston. In Providence(which is filthy along with most of the state of RI), they spoke so differently, I forgot about that. That is something unites Boston and Eastern NE together. We in CT do not speak that crazy speech. Boston is a nice city but I felt nothing of any connection. On the way back, I was in a town called North(?) Stonington, CT. I did not know that I was in CT at the time, until I saw the NY Post and the Daily News. I also saw Yankees gear for sale at a Mobil station. Now this town is far away from NY, but they had those. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talk • contribs) .


Hi and Shavua Tov! See:

  • Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Criticism of Judaism
  • Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Israeli Terrorism against the United States
Best wishes, IZAK 06:38, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Curious deletion log

When you deleted User:Srose/Love you cited user request as the reason. However User_talk:Hoopydink#Question seems to indicate that Srose had no such intention (which is not the same thing as making the page appropriate/allowable, to be sure). Was there some additional context elsewhere, or did someone else place the {{db-owner}} tag for her without her explicit permission? I don't want the log to lie... -- nae'blis (talk)

  • Ah, so sorry for the confusion. I did agree to delete the user page, but I saw no trouble with the talk page - which was deleted without my consent. Whoops! I guess I should have indicated that. Srose 15:51, 19 June 2006 (UTC)
    • OK, now I am confused. Should I keep it deleted - or should I reverse the deletion? - CrazyRussian talk/email 15:54, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

the relevance of WP:MUSIC

G'day Alexander,

thanks for your message. WP:MUSIC and its sisters (e.g. WP:CORP) are guidelines developed to help prevent AfD discussions from rehashing the same ground constantly. An article whose subject fails WP:MUSIC may well still be kept on AfD, if those discussing the article decide not to pay the guideline any heed. As the guideline itself says: "Please note that the failure to meet any of these criteria does not mean an article must be deleted; likewise, the meeting of any of these criteria does not mean that an article must be kept. These are merely rules of thumb which some editors choose to keep in mind when deciding whether or not to keep an article that is on articles for deletion."

It is, I'm sure you'll agree, rather silly to gad about speedying articles which fail WP:MUSIC, even though they might well survive an AfD discussion. As a result of your reasonableness in agreeing with me on this matter, I presumably won't need to point out that section of WP:MUSIC that explicitly states it may not ever be used as a reason for speedy deleting an article (but I can, if you'd like). When applying A7, "assertion of notability" is to be interpreted very broadly. A7 exists so as not to waste AfD's time: we should not be speedying anything if there's a chance, however remote, that it might be worth keeping. fuddlemark (befuddle me!) 14:46, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Mark Andrew James

I'm guessing I missed something or I drastically screwed up. Yanksox (talk) 15:38, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

RE: Deletion

Nick and I just discussed it at length and we're not sure. We can and do use email and the phone, so it's not a necessity, but it is a nice way to keep in touch while making edits. However, we do not want to offend anyone. The first person to be offended was hoopydink and as far as we are aware, that's it. Maybe we'll conduct some sort of a straw poll or the like; I'm not sure. I personally did not see anything wrong with having a talk page just for the two of us, since not all of the material on a talk page is ever related directly to editing, and we did discuss editing and projects on that page as well. The actual page User:Srose/love might have been over the top; I can see that. But the talk page was OK if you ask me. Anyone with an opinion is free to state it. As of right now, we're undecided. Srose 16:25, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Hi! As the one who requested the content to be deleted, I figured I'd drop you a short note, as you were the deletionist of the page. My comments can be found on my talk page or Srose's talk page. I just wanted to make it clear that I wasn't in any way offended by the content; I just simply noticed a blatant violation of policy regarding the appropriate usage of userspace. I just left a note on Srose's talk page and I assume the issue is closed, as a straw poll could be potentially embarassing given the personal nature of the content and would most likely reach a consensus for deletion anyways. Cheers! hoopydinkConas tá tú? 02:54, 21 June 2006 (UTC)


Volokh was born in Kyiv, his last name is a typical Ukrainian last name and I disagree that he is Russian because he is from the Ukrainian territory. I only agree to compromise that he is from the former soviet union. -ILDuceMas 19:06, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

I agree that it is a jewish last name, and that i do not object that Kyiv is written as Kiev. I disagree that the name should be Kiev because that is not the Ukrainian spelling and that Kiev should be the redirect. But regardless, I do not intend to start an political war, because it is already bad enough. I just do not agree that he should be labeled a Russian and that is not justified simply because Russia is the successor state. -ILDuceMas 19:12, 19 June 2006 (UTC)
I noticed that many jewish-soviet exiles refer to themselves as Russian, but that is based on their individual opinions. I myself, am part jewish but because I am from Kyiv or Kiev (whichever) i consider myself a Ukrainian Jew not Russian because that is incorrect for me. But I do not see that Volokh is stated to be a jew, but whatever, lets end this ridiculous argument. -ILDuceMas 19:23, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Saryn Hooks

Thanks for the heads-up; I added a fair use image, and corrected a spelling error (oh, the irony). However, upon consideration, I think I'm going to stay out of the AFD discussion itself, since a fourteen year old taking third place in a spelling competition strikes me as weak in any direction. It's been going on since 1925, excepting 3 years, right? Are we going to go back and add (3 top places x 79 years) 230-odd other articles on mostly otherwise unknown fourteen year olds? And this is just for America, surely many if not most other countries and languages have spelling bees of their own. I can well imagine the possibility of a flood of hundreds or thousands of four line articles on fourteen year olds written by doting parents, grandparents, boyfriends, ... On the other hand the "hescher" incident got a lot of news, and probably doesn't happen that often... as above, I'll just stay out of the discussion, but will observe it with interest. AnonEMouse (squeak) 19:29, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Seems we wrote at the same time. As far as I understand these things, one modern MLB at-bat can make someone a millionaire, and is often the high point of a lifetime, for a fully grown person. Hooks earned $600, and has her whole life ahead of her to become notable or obscure. I doubt she will be asking that her 3rd place spelling bee finish be inscribed on her gravestone. Anyway, I'm not arguing to delete this one, due to the news coverage of her specifically. It looks like it will be kept, and if my edits help an article that sticks around, so much the better. AnonEMouse (squeak) 19:41, 19 June 2006 (UTC)


Completely unrelated side note: I'm quite glad I supported your adminship. You're very active and doing everything that, and as, I had hoped. Thanks. AnonEMouse (squeak) 19:54, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Vfd and Vfm

Hi Crzrussian, please see

  • Wikipedia:Categories_for_deletion#Category:Jews_and_Judaism
  • Wikipedia:Categories_for_deletion#Category:Books_critical_of_Judaism

Many thanks, Nesher 21:48, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Cole Stefan

Beat me to the delete I see! :) Cheers TigerShark 23:01, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

RfA thanks!

Thanks for voting!
Hello Crzrussian/Archive 10, and thank you so much for voting in my recent RfA. I am pleased to inform you that it passed with a final tally of (119/1/3), into the WP:100, so I have now been cleared for adminship and will soon be soaring above the clouds. I was overjoyed, shocked, and humbled by the tally, and, most importantly, all the support. Thank you. If there is ever anything you need, you know where you can find me. Take care.

Your comments were very appreciated despite your neutral vote, I assure you. --Pilot|guy 23:02, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Zdrastie, my dear Alex!

Zdrastie, my dear Alexei! I'm truly sorry about the belated reply, but I've been seriously busy these days, too much to let my creative part work properly... but I really liked the challenge arranging your userpage, so I've tried my best. Trust me, designing a userpage after going to the dentist is indeed a challenging task! ;) Anyway, hun, I've just finished a design for you, which you can get here. I really hope you like it... if you do, simply copy and paste the code straight into your userpage; or if you want me to change it in any way, just let me know and I'll try my best. Since your userpage consist mostly of images, I had to make a puzzle in order to fit them properly, since unlike text they don't automatically adjust to different resolutions. I've tested it extensively tho, so I hope they display correctly on most browsers and common resolutions.

Well, dear, I'll go and rest for a while, hoping the awful taste of blood I have right now disappears asap :( If you ever need me, or if you simply feel like talking, please don't hesitate to visit my Talk Page. Big big hug, Phædriel tell me - 23:09, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

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John Bowker

Hi! What speedy keep criteria did John Bowker meet? It appeared to be a good faith, if not misled, nomination, but no reason to close early. --badlydrawnjeff talk 00:08, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

The nomination was my own. I was the admin reviewing his ripe prod, and I felt like getting some consensus. When a dozen strong and unopposed keep votes came in, I felt I had all the input I needed and there was no need to continue. Do you see anything wrong with that? - CrazyRussian talk/email 00:56, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Actually, there was a delete vote in there. I do see a problem with it as it was out of process, which is why I asked. --badlydrawnjeff talk 01:02, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Out of process is a very strong expression. I don't believe I did anything remotely controversial - substantively that is, not procedurally. Sorry about the delete vote - you're right. No rationale though. I reiterate - it was my own AfD - and I've seen a many AfD's closed despite some delete votes when the nom is withdrawn, as in this case. I am not sure this is worth even discussing. - CrazyRussian talk/email 01:06, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Out of process may be strong, but it's true and it's becoming increasingly important given some folks's (and this isn't your M.O. and I don't want it to become one) ignoring of process. It's probably not a controversial result, but I see no reason to abandon process for it, even if you feel others have. Yes, I'm harping on this with a few people, but if we don't have process, we may as well not bother with this project anymore, because that small semblance of order is what keeps things running smoothly. --badlydrawnjeff talk 01:20, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Talk to me about process - I am a law student. We're trained to sniff out process. Anyway, your comments are appreciated, especially if you pursue other much bigger process lapses on WP with commensurate zeal. - CrazyRussian talk/email 02:12, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
I certainly do, when I catch it. It would simply be appreciated to be aware of it in the future, and considering reopening the AfD and allowing it to run its course would be pleasant as well. Thanks. --badlydrawnjeff talk 02:46, 20 June 2006 (UTC)


Congrats on gaining admin status! Great job! :) cøøkiə Ξ (talk) 01:37, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Re: Editing Sumary

I just read Help:Edit summary and will try my best to put it into action in my future edits. --WinHunter (talk) 01:43, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

New user page

Looks great! -- Samir धर्म 03:36, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Specifically, it no longer looks like it was written by a bear. Unless it was especially talented. -- Samir धर्म 10:07, 21 June 2006 (UTC)

that Vandal

Who was that guy I reverted? Is he a reincarnation??Blnguyen | rant-line 05:32, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

We've been calling him the CT vandal. Check this and this for the fun. Yanksox (talk) 05:34, 20 June 2006 (UTC)


I figured since you're an admin and awb user I'd ask for your opinion on something. It's not really urgent at all.

I decided to give AWB a shot today. I edited almost all of the MTA subway station articles for some really basic formatting [1] (like extra spaces, dashes, and order of categories vs. stubs). I then read something about not wanting to clog up edit histories with small repetitive AWB edits.

Whatdya think? Am I tearing down Wikipedia piece by piece? Regards, --Alphachimp talk 05:36, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

mandatory edit summary box

Where's the mandatory edit summary box that you speak of? I don't know if I'm blind or stupid but I can't see it! :-| Thanks.--Andeh 06:12, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Uhh, respond please?--Andeh 14:05, 20 June 2006 (UTC)
Oh, I was hoping it'd fill in the summary box for me. Wish someone would implement that.. :-( --Andeh 14:08, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Resonance (MIT)

Hi there. Your comments on this AfD has caused quite a stir on the mailing list. You may want to sign up if you haven't already and reply to them.Blnguyen | rant-line 06:31, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

[2] is the address if you're still wondering. Regards, Blnguyen | rant-line 02:57, 21 June 2006 (UTC).

New User Page

Aha! A colour Userpage! What's next? Animation? We muzhiki are very impressed. Telzer 07:19, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

would you be able to review this ?


tnx, Zeq 08:42, 20 June 2006 (UTC)


...for the congratulatory message. I'm excited about the new gig. ;P --BradPatrick 12:06, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Badatz Certified Ganev

Ganev! What's wrong with a bit of Communism? I figured the people could use the hechsher. Slava ke pe es es. Hamayvin yavin. Now I will have find some other hechser. Or create one... Telzer 12:41, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Alas, I fear this is not the first or last Edah santioned ganeiva.... Telzer 12:47, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Your Welcome message...

Hello CrzRussian,

About your welcome message on User:Hafiz34, you didn't place the message on his talk page but on his user page. I know you know this but he won't be able to notice this, unless he visits his user page. I am moving this message to the appropriate talk page,


Booksworm Talk to me! 13:32, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

europes future

CR! What a name! Donnerwetter! Thank you for your kind and supportive message! I must end todays work but tomorrow I shall return, as old Mc Arthur said. Kind regards Eric Haig ( I must ask you about the fours tildes ).

My RfA

Hello Crzrussian, and thanks for voting in my recent RfA, which passed with a tally of (68/19/3). I appreciated your comments, which I hope to take on board in order to gain your respect in my work as an administrator. Best of luck in your continued editing of the encyclopedia! Sam Vimes 17:49, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Removal of opera synopsis?

Hi there, I'm confused about why you deleted the synopsis from Der Rosenkavalier. Of the 600 or so opera articles, quite a few of them (and most of the major ones) have synopses, either written by editors or taken from non-copywrited sources. It's standard practice in music encyclopedias to include this type of synopsis. See also Wikipedia:WikiProject Opera. What part of WP:NOT were you citing? Fireplace 04:32, 21 June 2006 (UTC)

Warp Brothers

Sorry about that - you'll see from the history that I realized myself that it wasnt a CSD and removed the tag I'd re-inserted. (Before I got the message from you) I didn't realize it was a sysop that had removed it in the first place though ... I didn't read the history well enough myself. There have been several times when an article I tagged as CSD had the tag deleted by the author (not a sysop) with no other change or information added to talk. Thanks for the help and the message. Brian 05:56, 21 June 2006 (UTC)Btball

Yousef al-Khattab

I suck, I know. I'm a bit wrapped up in the World Cup (read: incurring significant betting losses) right now, but surely all you wonderful reverters have the article well under control. Btw, I think we've been on opposite sides of the last ten RfAs to which we've contributed. My goal, of course, is to support as many questionable candidates as possible so that I might use a variant of the Pokemon test at my RfA; after all, if they made CrzRussian an admin, how could they not support me? In any case, I'm very sorry for my failure to have gotten to the al-Khattab article and to have responded to your several queries; I hope you will forgive my dereliction. Joe 06:18, 21 June 2006 (UTC)

How's everything? How's that book of uber-nationalism coming along?

Hi. Currently being translated into Russian, of all languages. Make sure you get a copy! Best, Mark Sedgwick

Terramar Organics


Can I have some advice please? I've twice slapped a prod on this article for evidence of notability. The originator has twice removed the tag without demonstrating notability or discussing on any Talk page. What should happen next? Unlike a speedy notice, I see that originators are allowed to remove prods. --Dweller 16:18, 21 June 2006 (UTC)

Open Task for Buddhism

Ah, how do one delete an article? Vapour


This has nothing to do with Open Task for Buddhism. Sorry if I'm knocking at the wrong door but I don't know the proper avenue.

Does running search and indicating "I know who you are" kind of thing count as a harassement? I (foolishly) tried real name thingy in wikipedia for a while. My name is rather unique so a lot can be obtained by simple google. I prefer if my real name username can be eliminated. Is this a valid request and where can I make this request? Vapour


It has agreed in discussions not to use the terrorism category for articles about Israeli-Palestinian conflict organizations, read Talk:Hamas#Category:Terrorism and previous discussions. Can I revert now? Psychomelodic (people think (people from Alpha Centauri think that I look like Zelig write your own!) edit) 00:56, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

My user name

Hi there crzrussian. I got your comment and understand your concern but I'm not about to change my name. I am not intentionally OR unintentionally impersonating another user. Our names our different as is everything else about us.

No one is about to mistake one of us for the other. I always sign properly and all it takes is one click for someone to see who I am. There are thousands and thousands of users here and no one knows how many have similar user names.

Please just drop this. It would only be important if he (or I) was attempting to fool other users, which I obviously am not doing. Anon Y. Mouse 02:10, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Warning spammers

Thanks for the reminder on warning spammers. I try my best to revert any identified vandalism to any of the 3,000+ pages on my watchlist. Between the many municipal, school district and (especially) high school articles on my list, I see tons of vandalism. While I don't warn vandals every time on their talk page, I do warn the more egregious vandals and a random selction of others, time permitting. I find the sheer volume of vandalism to be so overwhelming (most from anonymous IP addresses) that I can't always take the time to post warnings. I will try to be more diligent in the future. Thanks again for all oy your work (and edits, even if I hadn't responded earlier). Alansohn 03:38, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Oak Grove High School (Hattisburg, Mississippi)

That's strange...I don't even remember doing that... Late nights on the wiki I guess. Anyway, thanks for restoring it. --mboverload@ 22:10, 22 June 2006 (UTC)


Thanks, now I have a new barnstar that I can melt for vandal fighting bullets! Yanksox (talk) 22:28, 22 June 2006 (UTC)


Hi Alexander/Crzrussian (whats your nom de guerre:), please see:

  • Wikipedia:Categories for deletion/Log/2006 June 22#Category:Jewish day schools

Many thanks, Nesher 22:42, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Re: Special:Shortpages

I don't know whether to praise you or curse you. :-) That makes it much more useful, but it also makes it much more work. I'm starting at the end and working my way back. I'll figure I'll see more new stuff that way. Thanks for doing the work. It's definitely beneficial. -- JLaTondre 23:00, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

User: I.M. Rich

Hi CrazyRussian, I reviewed User: I.M. Rich's recent contributions at the request of User:Pacific Coast Highway on the Help Desk. I have blocked I.M. Rich indefinitely for two death threats, which, while they may have been in jest, are highly inappropriate, and especially so in the context of other edit summaries. I've put the block up for review at WP:ANI#Threats?, and would appreciate your input. -- Samir धर्म 03:07, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

CSD help - thanks

Hi there! Thanks for your clarification on the G4 issue re "Baskervilles". Can I ask for your help/assistance on another CSD-related matter? A few days ago, another admin speedied Fluffy (The Lion King) as a hoax - not, apparently, grounds for speedy deletion, reading the guidelines. I didn't have time to read the article before it was deleted, but "Fluffy" is an official, canonical name for one of the characters in the movie, and I assume that the deleted article referred to this - I would be happy to add appropriate references to confirm the character's authenticity. Can I ask that the article be undeleted, and (at least) the official AfD process is allowed to run to its proper conclusion? I've already posted this request to the talk page of the admin who deleted the article, but s/he hasn't responded. If there's a more official procedure I should go through, just point me to the right page and I'll follow it. Thanks again. Tevildo 11:39, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

The official procedure has been initiated. Thanks for your help. Tevildo 21:06, 23 June 2006 (UTC)


Just out of curiosity, what are you're thoughts on this 13 year-old aspiring admin fellow we have (Fetofs)? I'm taking quite the beating for calling him a bit "immature", etc, because you revealed that he is 13, but I don't think he has demonstrated his capability. I'm in a bit of a Wikidilemma. AdamBiswanger1 14:08, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

Cyrus Farivar

Thanks for calling me out on a poor nomination. Would you reconsider your vote in light of my response? Eusebeus 23:42, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

reply from page

Sorry about that, however it isn't my sushi bar. It just a new sushi bar that open up around my place. I love their food and services, so I wanna show a little love for them and make a small introduction about this place.

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