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Highland High School (Medina County, Ohio)[edit]

Sorry, maybe I misinterpreted your cn on Jim Ritcher. If you don't think Pro Football Reference is reliable source for his high school then I'll replace it with one of the other sources I found, The Orlando Sentinel, for example. If you were questioning the reliability of the source please use {{rs?}} rather than cn next time. Thanks. Meters (talk) 00:51, 19 June 2019 (UTC)

I may have listed the wrong paper. I user the Omaha World-Herald in Jim Ritcher (which already had the Pro Football Reference. Meters (talk) 01:04, 19 June 2019 (UTC)
Meters, you're good. I missed the "full bio" link on the pro football reference and just did ctrl-F to search "Highland" and didn't find anything. Sorry for not being thorough. But I do think the Omaha World-Herald ref is a stronger one. Cheers. — Archer1234 (talk) 01:17, 19 June 2019 (UTC)
No probs. I'll swap the ref out. Meters (talk) 06:06, 19 June 2019 (UTC)

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Paducah Tilghman High School[edit]

Nice work on the refs. I found several refs for J,D. Grey's upbringing in Paducah , and I believe this was the only high school, but still can't place him in the school. I've done what I can. It's tough to find school refs that far back. Meters (talk) 05:33, 6 July 2019 (UTC)

Pro Football Reference[edit]

Yes, they listed Henry Melton's high school, but they hid it. Once I clicked for the extended bio, it showed up. Sorry about that. —C.Fred (talk) 17:27, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

C.Fred, I've made that same mistake myself. No worries. Thanks. — Archer1234 (talk) 17:31, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

Beth chapman Bounty Hunter[edit]

You said you removed my update but someone put her former last name as Barrymore when it’s actually Barmore. If you google Keith Barmore articles will come up saying Beth Chapman’s ex. I was just fixing it saying Barrymore since that was wrongfully inputted . To add if u look at https://www.nickiswift.com/156659/the-untold-truth-of-beth-chapman/ under the part it’s a small world after all. It says, “But before Duane entered the picture, she was married to someone else: Duane's old buddy, Keith A. Barmore. Small world, huh? “ — Preceding unsigned comment added by BayArea2018 (talkcontribs) 01:53, 22 July 2019 (UTC)

Hello, BayArea2018, it appears that you are relatively new to Wikipedia and, especially, to the use of talk pages and the use of reliable sources.
  1. You forgot to sign your first post on my talk page. You sign your posts by adding for tildes (~~~~) at the end of your text.
  2. Because you did not sign your first post, a automated bot called SineBot detected there was no signature and added one for you using the {{unsigned}} template. So, SineBot corrected your first mistake.
  3. However, you compounded your first mistake in not signing your first post by editing what SineBot added by making it appear that I added your text. Do not change what others add on a talk page (see Talk page guidelines), especially to mislead readers. The text and links that SineBot added were precisely correct and needed no change to them.
  4. I assume, in good faith, that these mistakes were not intentional on your part. Please, however, take note not to repeat them. Note, too, that you should not change your own text if someone has already responded to it,[a] except as laid out in the editing own comments section of the talk page guidelines.
Aside from the talk page faux pas, sources conflict about the name of Beth Chapman's ex-husband. I appreciate that you found another source (NickiSwift.com) that supports what you believe to be the truth (that his name is "Barmore"), but the Us Weekly source in the Beth Chapman article cites "Barrymore" as his name. This should be discussed on the talk page for Beth Chapman. I have already started a discussion there in which any other editor, includin you, may participate. Keep in mind, that what gets put into the article is ultimately decided by consensus there on the talk page.
If you reply to my comment here or over on the Beth Chapman talk page, note that when you reply to another's post on a talk page, it is customary to indent your text by added a colon (:) at the beginging of each line of new text in your response. If you are replying to a reply, then you would add two colons (::) instead of one, and so on. – Archer1234 (talk) 02:04, 23 July 2019 (UTC)

Notes

  1. ^ You didn't make that mistake, but I wanted to give you a heads-up if you wanted to respond to what I have written here in response to your post.


Hello, Archer1234,
Sorry about the other post as I am still learning.
there is a yahoo article wrote by someone from entertainment tonight about duane and Beth’s marriage before she died and it lists him in it and his last name is Barmore. Also listed a entertainment tonight article that has her daughter Cecily’s name as Cecily Barmore-Chapman and is Beth’s daughter from her marriage to Keith Barmore-Chapman. Do you think these reliable sources?

[1] [2]

BayArea2018 (talk) 02:46, 23 July 2019 (UTC)

BayArea2018, take it to the talk page for Beth Chapman. It is no longer appropriate to post about it on my talk page. Please discuss it over there, not here. – Archer1234 (talk)
Hello, Archer1234,

Just saying thank you about the learning how to sign articles and basic wiki courtesy. Hope you have a great evening. Bye

BayArea2018, you are welcome. There is a lot to learn about Wikipedia and I found myself making many of the same mistakes you have made. I still make lots of mistakes myself. I've made some mistakes today. None of us are immune to it. An important thing to do is to watch and listen to more experienced editors when they offer advice and learn from them.
Note that you need to add colons (:) on each line of your new comments, not just the first line, to ensure they all indent properly. If you use the sharp/pound sign (#) or the asterisk (*) to get automatic numbering or bulleted items, you don't have to use as many colons to indent.
Finally, I wonder if you are not using the "Show Preview" button. I'll leave a note on your talk about that.
Have a good evening. – Archer1234 (talk) 03:30, 23 July 2019 (UTC)

References

Val Kilmer - July 22[edit]

I left a link in the addition I added. Not sure why you didn't see it. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 173.180.158.75 (talk) 02:18, 23 July 2019 (UTC)

I saw the link. A gossip website is not a reliable source. – Archer1234 (talk) 02:23, 23 July 2019 (UTC)

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Your deletion of sourced information[edit]

You deleted sourced information here saying it is not notable. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Louis_H._Pollak&diff=910957298&oldid=910891663

But it is notable. Because it supports the cat that says he lived there. And we don't have non-notable cats.

Why you would delete it anyway completely escapes me. That sort of information is in bios all over the Project. Consider these 355 mentions, for starters. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?search=%22died+in+his+home+in%22&title=Special%3ASearch&go=Go&ns0=1

And the 3,000 plus here. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?sort=relevance&search=%22died+at+his+home+in%22&title=Special%3ASearch&profile=advanced&fulltext=1&advancedSearch-current=%7B%7D&ns0=1

Please put it back. --2604:2000:E010:1100:59E7:D3CE:2D3D:92B4 (talk) 04:17, 16 August 2019 (UTC)

Comment[edit]

Archer, since you may read this please do not take umbrage about my asking under what authority or knowledge base have you written the Chesley Bonestell page. Firstly, it lacks cohesion. Insofar as your deleting, temporarily or permanent, my addition to the CKB,JR. entry, are you just being self-important or pugnacious? The reason I ask is that the data I included is self-evident and, as such, is not in need of a citation. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Randy1925 (talkcontribs) 20:42, 16 August 2019 (UTC)

Randy1925, thank you for your comment and thank you for your help in making Wikipedia better. As it appears you are new to Wikipedia, I'll leave you some information on your talk page about Wikipedia that will help you understand better Wikipedia's policies and guidelines for editing. In particular you can find more information on the vital importance of verifiability and citing reliable sources for all claims. If you have any questions about any of the policies, ask at the help desk or the Teahouse or feel free to leave me a message here on my talk page and I will do what I can to help. Thanks again. – Archer1234 (talk) 21:27, 17 August 2019 (UTC)

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Edits on Howie Dorough and Kevin Richardson[edit]

I really don't believe the names should removed off both pages. Maybe the parents' names but never the children's names 108.46.251.85 (talk) 02:59, 30 August 2019 (UTC) 17:43, 26 August 2019 (UTC)

I did another edits, plus removal of the parents, on Brian Littrell and might fixed some errors on two other pages, but may need your approval of them.108.46.251.85 (talk) 02:59, 30 August 2019 (UTC)

Comment on Personal "attack" for August 30[edit]

Thank you for your comment and I should not have made such a personal comment. However, if you review the actions that User talk:John from Idegon has undertaken, I believe you will see that his actions are a negative impact by removing information that is relevant and important. For instance he deleted an entire section on Andover High School's radio station claiming it was unsourced, despite the WBFH stating simliar information. His election to delete things, claiming there are no sources (when the information is open and unchallenged), is damaging to Wikipedia as a resource. His actions are inappropriate and this needs to be stopped. Jakebed (talk) 00:26, 30 August 2019 (UTC)

Track and field[edit]

Could you make a page for me Malcolm beckford (talk) 16:13, 31 August 2019 (UTC)

@Malcolm beckford: Not interested, especially since it seems you want an article about you. – Archer1234 (talk) 16:33, 31 August 2019 (UTC)

Beth Chapman addtion[edit]

I don't know how to properly source that. I got it from watching the episode itself so how do you source something like that???--32.214.195.155 (talk) 04:55, 5 September 2019 (UTC)

@32.214.195.155: What you know or what you saw doesn't count. Start by finding an independent reliable source that reports on it. I don't know if it is notable enough to include, but without citing a reliable source, it is not verifiable and stays out. – Archer1234 (talk) 05:27, 5 September 2019 (UTC)

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Dwayne Johnson[edit]

Hi Much Love as a friend, It's true, Kelly Clarkson herself confirmed on Twitter a few days ago on her Twitter and Instagram that on August 19, 2019, The Rock would appear on The Kelly Clarkson Show August, 19, 2019, and he did, I have proof on my Twitter and Instagram. TelleyTell (talk) 20:03, 9 September 2019 (UTC)

TelleyTell, It does not matter what you know. You have to cite a reliable source so that readers and other editors can verify the claim. Twitter and Instagram are not reliable sources. In looking at your talk page I see that other editors have cautioned you previously against adding claims with citing reliable sources. My hope is that you would have learned by now what you must do and not do.
Have you looked for a reliable source (not social media) like reputable independent news websites to find an article that can substantiate the claim? If you find one, then you might be able to add it back in. However, be award that Wikipedia is not a chronicle of everything that a person has done (see WP:NOTNEWS), so, even if you find a reliable source to substantiate the claim, it might not be considered noteworthy enough to be included in the article.
Finally, the edit you made was malformed in that you added invalid text in the use of the {{cite news}} template. You need to learn how to cite a source and now to use the "preview" button to check to be sure there are no syntax errors before you publish a change. I will leave you a separate message on your talk page about how to use the "preview" button. You should read it and follow its guidance. Good luck. – Archer1234 (talk) 20:55, 9 September 2019 (UTC)
Dude, Much Love as a friend, It's all true, it's all even on www.people.com even on www.tmz.com even on her website, Kelly Clarkson herself confirmed, as did Kevin Hart himself when Rock took off from his, Rock's Honeymoon and offered to fill in for Kevin Hart amid the accident over the weekend, Reuters confirmed, so did The New York Times, and several other websites and newspapers, even TMZ confirmed on Sunday. TelleyTell (talk) 22:51, 9 September 2019 (UTC)
TelleyTell, please learn how to use talk pages. In particular, do not create a new section every time you reply to someone's comments on a talk page. Add your reply to the same section if it is on the same topic/subject (see talk page guidelines). Be sure to indent your reply one time more than the comment to which you are replying. Idents can be added by putting a colon : at the beginning of each paragraph (each colon counts for one indent).
As to your sources, you are welcome to add back the claims if you cite the sources. But don't be surprised if your edits get reverted because the claims are not a notable-enough event to include, if you don't enter the sources properly, or you enter the text in a malformed format like your previous edits. It is not anyone else's job to clean up your edits. You have to take responsibility to learn how to do it properly or you will continue to get reverted and your experience may not meet your expectations. I strongly encourage you to read more about how to edit on Wikipedia. The welcome messages on your talk page provide links to the information you need to know. If you need help, feel free to ask at the help desk or at the Teahouse. Good luck. – Archer1234 (talk) 23:12, 9 September 2019 (UTC)

And hey, it's true on The Rock, CNN confirms 2 days before they aired the episode that day as does Reuters, as does The TV Guide Network, so does HLN news, so does Pardon The Interruption, so does Terrance Howard and Michael Ealy when Michael Ealy confirms The Rock was supposed to guest host 8 radio shows and mentioned it. TelleyTell (talk) 05:37, 29 September 2019 (UTC)

Changes by me in P8 -I aircraft.[edit]

I had changed the texts and added some also. I also had given reference but at the upload section there I typed the captcha for publishing my texts but publishing option was not found by me. So I tried for some times and discovered that when I don't give referring sites the captcha didn't appear. So I published the changes without reference. Whatever I am new in Wikipedia. ANKAN DHAWA (talk) 16:46, 10 September 2019 (UTC)

ANKAN DHAWA, I posted a welcome message on your talk page with more information on how to cite reliable sources. Good luck. – Archer1234 (talk) 16:59, 10 September 2019 (UTC)


Untitled[edit]

Dear Archer1234, thank you for the heads up you left on my talk page, but I wrote that down because my family, and friends have ate pongal as a snack beforeGumshoe97 (talk) 20:12, 15 October 2019 (UTC)

Gumshoe97, Wikipedia is supposed to include only information that can be easily verified, typically by referring to reliable sources. Personal experiences (yours, mine, others) are not reliable and cannot be used unless they are documented in reliable sources (generally, secondary, independent sources). So, unfortunately, your experiences with pongal cannot stay in the article without verification to a reliable source.
By the way, you should read the "talk page guidelines" article to understand better how to use talk pages to communicate with other editors. It is customary that when another editor puts a comment on your talk page, that you respond on your talk page (unless the editor instructs otherwise). The ensures that the conversation is kept together and not split between talk pages. Also, to start a new conversation on a new topic on a talk page, you should create a new section. At the top of the talk page is a little plus sign (+). If you click on that, you will be prompted for the subject of the new section and a separate box will appear where you can write your comment. When replying to an existing comment, do not create a new section. Instead, click on the "edit" link next to the name of the section and add your comments at the bottom. Be sure to WP:INDENT your reply. This and more is all explained in the "talk page guidelines" article.
You are new on Wikipedia, so I strongly recommend you spend some time reading Wikipedia's policies and principles (see the links provided in the "Welcome!" section that user RegentsPark put on your talk page) and spend more time observing how other, more experienced editors make edits and handle situations where questionable edits are made. Welcome and good luck. – Archer1234 (talk) 20:50, 15 October 2019 (UTC)

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Thanks[edit]

Thanks for this. I don't know how I missed that it was already there. davidwr/(talk)/(contribs) 16:17, 31 October 2019 (UTC)

davidwr, yours was the second time it got added under "The Campus" section even though it was listed under History. It is easy to miss there (after all it is a "current event" and who would think it would be considered "history". The article needs some work partly because "The campus" section contains a hodge podge of facts, none of which appear to be directly related to the physical campus itself. The tornado event is one thing that maybe should be in that section. Thanks for your note. v/r – Archer1234 (talk) 16:31, 31 October 2019 (UTC)

October 2019[edit]

Hello Archer 1234. In response to your message on deleting historical airline information from the Las Cruces, New Mexico Airport, my sources are from the Official Airline Guide (OAG) and from timetables issued by the airlines themselves. The OAG has been around since at least the 1950's and all sources I can assure are completely reliable. I hate to see this valuable historical information deleted because these sources are not recognized by Wikipedia. Also the fact that I have personally witnessed these airlines flying to this airport back into the 1970's. Please reinsert this valuable historical info. Thanks. Chuska03 (talk) 21:06, 6 November 2019 (UTC)Chuska03

School infoboxes[edit]

Hi Archer1234, I've noticed you've been updating some of the US school infoboxes which is good, but there are a few issues with your edits (this also applies if you edit any other schools outside US). An example diff: Ridgefield High School (Connecticut)

  • Please use the full name of the country rather than abbreviation, so United States rather than US - I've noticed you have done this on many articles — you will see that typing "US" automatically changes to display as United States after saving, and it affects the automatic description as it will say US instead of United States
  • There is no need to change {{FTE}} to ([[Full-time equivalent|FTE]]) — this template allows us to see which school articles have the teaching staff updated with NCES and if an FTE parameter is added to the template which there has been a past discussion on this, it will be easier to go through the completed ones and remove the template by updating the parameter
  • There is no need to add an unbulleted list for the colors so they appear on the left with the color name on the right. Please display it like this: Black and white {{Color box|Black}}{{Color box|White}} which will display on the same line or will put the colors underneath if there is more than two
  • You've been adding Infobox mapframe to the module parameter, please don't add this. We are looking to hopefully get this implemented into the template and the module parameter is mainly for embedding other infoboxes such as NRHP. Please use the current pushpin map parameters available instead

Thanks Steven (Editor) (talk) 02:59, 7 November 2019 (UTC)

Re: Tupolev Tu-104[edit]

Please use common sense before reverting an edit that fixes an obvious typo. Thank you. Rocknrollsuicide (talk) 01:05, 13 November 2019 (UTC)