Talk:Wikipedia prejudice and KAL 007

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There's an old Latin term for saying that you're not going to speak a certain way, when you are just going to speak that way anyway: as in, "I don't mean to insult you, but you're a fool." I guess it's an attempt to get away with the offense, by acknowledging it and denying it at the same time.

It's still a personal attack, and it shouldn't be tolerated.

More importantly, whether a contributor agrees with a source or not is irrelevant. The whole reason the topic is controversial is that there are two different sides, with one believing one thing and the other another. Of course the opposing side isn't going to accept the other side's sources. --Ed Poor Talk 15:31, 3 March 2010 (EST)

Proposed move

This reads like more of a first-person narrative, with uses of "my user page," etc. Perhaps this should be moved to User:BertSchlossberg's user space? -- Jeff W. LauttamusDiscussion 21:36, 3 March 2010 (EST)

Most of this is from Wikipedia talk pages. If you change the first use of "my user page" to the "<person name>'s user page" then it should be OK.--Wuhao1911 21:42, 3 March 2010 (EST)
This just doesn't read like an article to me. It's a copy/paste from a few Wikipedia talk pages. We could put a link to the archive on Examples of Bias in Wikipedia or move it to userspace and link to it as necessary. It's not really a big deal if we do keep it up; that's just my two cents. -- Jeff W. LauttamusDiscussion 21:46, 3 March 2010 (EST)
Maybe we can move it to Essay space?--Wuhao1911 21:55, 3 March 2010 (EST)
A novel idea, my good man. If it's okay with Bert, that is, seeing as how he wrote the article. Essay space would be a good home for this one. -- Jeff W. LauttamusDiscussion 21:57, 3 March 2010 (EST)

O.K. with meBert Schlossberg 23:13, 3 March 2010 (EST)