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Anyone think the example list is better organized by date rather alphabet. This is an industry where time is especially noticeable after all, what with the ThreeMonthRule, SevenYearRule, ect. At the very least, I think the promotions should be organized by date they were founded since ''that'' information is already listed.
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Anyone think the example list is better organized by date rather alphabet? This is an industry where time is especially noticeable after all, what with the ThreeMonthRule, SevenYearRule, ect. At the very least, I think the promotions should be organized by date they were founded since \'\'that\'\' information is already listed.
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I guess I can tolerate the wrestlers being grouped
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I guess I can tolerate the wrestlers being grouped \"alphabetically\", if only because it would take a more time to see just when they all debuted and so many don\'t ever \'\'fully\'\' retire from the industry but I will volunteer if people can accept it. If not, can we at least order them by the first letter of their name/ring name? That would make finding things quicker, considering its a large list of English style first name-sir name, descriptive monikers that aren\'t proper names, {{red baron}}s and SpellMyNameWithAThe. Going by the first letter of the sir name just feels silly here and I think we can just throw out [[TheTheThe the \"the doesn\'t count\" stipulation]] because here it does.
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I guess I can tolerate the wrestlers being grouped \
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I guess I can tolerate the wrestlers being grouped \\\"alphabetically\\\", if only because it would take a more time to see just when they all debuted and so many don\\\'t ever \\\'\\\'fully\\\'\\\' retire from the industry but I will volunteer if people can accept it. If not, can we at least order them by the first letter of their name/ring name? That would maked finding things quicker, considering its a large list of English style first name-sir name, descriptive monikers that aren\\\'t proper names, {{red baron}}s and SpellMyNameWithAThe. Going by the first letter of the sir name just feels silly here and I think we can just throw out [[TheTheThe the \\\"the doesn\\\'t count\\\" stipulation]] because here it does.
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