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Please ensure you are familiar with Wikipedia's policies and guidelines, and please do not continue to make edits that appear disruptive. Continued disruptive editing may result in loss of editing privileges. It wasn’t accepted via AFC, it was declined! would you quit with the falsehood & being disruptive Celestina007 (talk) 20:43, 10 February 2021 (UTC) Well it seems the correction bots aren't roaming so fast. Hi there, see my comments here,here, and here. Again no offense taken for misunderstandings. Ciao.... 21:09, 10 February 2021‎ Ema--or

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I didn't see these messages, approx 12hrs apart, so couldn't answer/act/much less act in time. Too late for you, the venerable Celestina has set me to rights(aright/a-right?)! Ema--or (talk) 06:58, 13 February 2021 (UTC) I err, she didn't mention canvassing. Ta-ra. Ema--or (talk) 14:42, 13 February 2021 (UTC)

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  • Too late. I've already edited this thing at least 2ce before reading this. It was left incomplete so as to encourage others to fill it out, but it seems the occasional apathy and unhelpfulness (yes, assume good faith) left me no choice. 20:56, 10 February 2021‎ Question to you celeste and nathan. If I make a a decent quality article, are (such) edits disruptive? Just out of curiosity. ;) Cheers .... ~~ Edit - Sorry for not spelling your name correctly/using correct name, *celestina*.

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Fair play. Thanks for notifying anyway. I guess we all gotta get in trouble with sb sometime.... User:Ema--or

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  • just an fyi....an easy way to make neutral notifications is to use a wikilink to the deletion discussion as the section title and make the body one simple sentence: "A topic that may be of interest to this project is under discussion at the above-linked AfD. Your participation is encouraged." To maintain neutrality, you must notify every project that follows the article and none that don't. 174.212.222.24 (talk) 19:42, 12 February 2021 (UTC)

discussions, discussionsEdit

My defence starts here.

It seems the past few days have seen me acquire some (arch)nemeses. But I will start with the first, the very very first, Celestina (some cool nicknames I see out this one, Celli(e)/Celly, Cece, and of course the ubiquitous Tina). While she didn't seem too pleased about my actions I tried consultation, diplomacy and engagement for feedback but got none. Then I approached on her page, and instead of answering, msg ignored (spellcheck ingirted?). instead, eventually (eventfully? more like uneventfully, heh), I was deleted. just goes to be sayin, there's no you can tell some people, though. But [ain't mad at atcha], though... Ema--or (talk) 05:44, 13 February 2021 (UTC)

It’s today come to my attention that the above is polemic. Mmmmm, mm. Well, well, oh deary me. Ema--or (talk) 17:58, 18 February 2021 (UTC)

I also want to make a song, about this, don't worry, no names, just good clean fun. Ema--or (talk) 19:13, 22 March 2021 (UTC)

Gentle nudge, by way of WP:ANIEdit

Page in question: Talk:Mary Ann Mansigh

Hey, Ema. Listen, article talk pages are for discussion — i.e. "talking" (into the ether doesn't count). They are not intended for a series of continuous comments and queries just from one, single user. If nobody responds the first or second (or let's say, even 3rd) time, then it's best just to wait until they do. Otherwise, it comes across as rather WP:FORUM-y, which is frowned upon and, ultimately, is a prohibited practice. Thank you in advance for your close attention to this matter. Regards, El_C 15:24, 27 February 2021 (UTC)

Enough time has passed for me to consider a reply. I think I have it, but I want to wait. Still, shouldn't let too much time go by..... Ema--or (talk) 22:46, 29 March 2021 (UTC)

Time has cooled things down, and changed my original plan, seems to me. I was going to post a long monologue on article's talk page, but I've seen better to do otherwise. Perhaps everyone's moved on, too.

I suppose I have a difference of opinion, but I don't own wikipedia, neither am I in power, an admin etc. Frankly I'm starting not to care ?about trouble? anymore, maybe I'm already there. I by nature might've been tempted to give my reaction one of defiance, debate and satire/teasing/mild ridicule (radulae/radicle//aedicule?) but I have it doesn't serve any purpose and frankly I am tired from the whole afd affair. thrilling it may be, but in the end the doesn't help anyone.

I've already spent more than a mote of time on this issue, and more than enough edits for this year.


Still i got a few things to point (copint?) out.

I've exhausted my role in this conversation, for now. everything is now on this page's for the future. Hopefully we will see progress/more material to improve article.

Since my warning(s) and thread closure, I've also attempted engage with any other poster in this page, and stay relevant. But feel free to close (per headbomb), archive, or otherwise move my comments. 20:57, 31 March 2021 (UTC)

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