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World's Toughest MilkmanThat's not what I've been told. The goal is to get works out of main, is my understanding. Pages are automatically locked when they're cut. The proper thread for requesting an unlock is here. eta: anyway, this isn't the proper thread for discussing the matter. We should probably take it to one of the namespace work threads.
edited 24th Jun '12 1:13:31 AM by Xtifr
"Existential Despair" is an oxymoron.
Puʻu ʻŌʻōThe main redirects are necessary to access the work page if it is on a namespace without an icon.
Small edit to the Fallen Creator page: It says: "In film scoring, Hans Zimmer protege Klaus Badelt was a rising star in film scoring with his work in action films such as The Time Machine and Equilibrium, with his high point being the score in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. Then a pair of high-profile flops (Catwoman and Poseidon) combined with the reveal that the majority of the Pirates of the Caribbean was really the work of Zimmer (Badelt simply taking credit) irrepairably destroyed his career. He's still around but as a lower-tier composer in Zimmer's canon, scoring mostly little-seen indies and straight-to-DVD films." I think for Badelt sake and for clarification, that the part about Pirates should rephrased along these lines: Pirates of the Caribbean was really the work of Zimmer, who at the time was under contract and couldn't score another film, but wrote the themes for Pirates and produced and oversaw it (Badelt basically assembled it). Or something along those lines, as I found the way it was written, it felt sort of like Badelt "stole" credit for it, when it was more complicated. Possible add to this entry: "The four members of The Beatles arguably didn't fall as far as some of the others on this list, but common consensus is that they never really hit the same heights in their solo careers as that they did in a group. It's generally argued that John Lennon and Paul Mc Cartney particularly benefited from the other's strengths offsetting their respective weaknesses. After several years of solo releases of mixed critical and commercial success Lennon eventually retreated from the limelight for five years while Mc Cartney's work — although often commercially successful — was generally dismissed by the critics. Of the other two, George Harrison had the most successful post-Beatles solo album (All Things Must Pass) — unfortunately, that was his first solo album, and he never really recovered the critical and commercial success in his later albums. And to be generous to Ringo Starr, great things were never really expected of him compared to the other three, so while he had his successes he was never really in the same league." With an added end along these lines: Ringo made things up by having the nicest private life, marrying a Bond girl and passing the torch to his son, Zak Starkey.
edited 24th Jun '12 12:41:13 PM by Gabel
Anime-tedI think we're caught up to here, except for ; please rewrite what you want the examples to be as if they were actual page entries and they can be added in.
On the main Complete Monster page, I was wondering about adding the following line to the end of the description to clear up some ambiguity, (since I for one was confused as well before having it pointed out to me): Please note that if a character In-Universe calls a villain a (complete) monster, that is an example of You Monster!.
Final Fantasy VII.
Puʻu ʻŌʻōMonster Girl Quest needs the double redirect removed by repointing it to Daily Life with Monster Girl.
Pronounced YAK-you-lussI don't think we ever cleared up whether those two were actually in the same universe, did we? A redirect might be somewhat misleading.
Freedom of speech includes the freedom for other people to call you out on your bullshit.
Puʻu ʻŌʻōSure, but that's a topic for Content Violations. This is a purely technical request.
Updated linkage for an item on Seltzer and Friedberg:
PlayingWith.Distressed Damsel was cut due to the trope being renamed to Damsel in Distress. However, the subpage had 13 inbounds. Could the redirect be made to PlayingWith.Damsel In Distress?
There has been a consensus that these characters qualify as Complete Monsters, and should be added to Video Games page. REMEMBER; don't add on the end of the page; only on the end of the first folder (the page has many sub-pages and three folders), since the game is no longer popular.
edited 26th Jun '12 4:34:14 AM by Willbyr
Anime-tedI agree with that addition in general, but why at the end of the first folder, specifically? I also spoilered out a few things...that last entry could use some un-nattering, too. Also, that page's general examples should probably be sorted by the game type rather than generic folders.
edited 26th Jun '12 4:34:54 AM by Willbyr
Just zis guyOn the Osama bin Laden page, please change Where's Waldo? to Where's Wally?.
edited 26th Jun '12 4:57:54 AM by Nohbody
I'm sorry for wasting you guys' time then. Anywhere where I can learn these intricacies so I know better when and how to make these requests?
edited 26th Jun '12 8:28:41 AM by DarkConfidant
It doesn't really need to be in the end of the last folder, really. I just always want everything to be clean and not messed up, and I agree they should be sorted by game type.
Sharp-eyed JayOn Monster.Western Animation, index code needs to be added around the links to works which have their own page.
"Oh great! Let's pile up all the useless cats and hope a tree falls on them!"
Hello from HonneamiseJust wondering: why was the page for Canadian voice actor Andrew Kavadas locked?
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