Talk:Richard Dawkins : Scientist or Activist?

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Several things[edit]

  1. Is there any notability to this blog? Most of the articles on the first page have 0 or 1 comment; it doesn't seem that popular.
  2. Why is it protected?
  3. There are several grammatical errors (but see 2)
  4. Is the list of blogs necessary? If I go to those articles, are they also non-notable, protected and filled with grammar errors?

HelpJazz 15:34, 12 October 2008 (EDT)

Nothin'? HelpJazz 22:39, 13 October 2008 (EDT)
Hello? HelpJazz 22:01, 16 October 2008 (EDT)
What grammatical errors? Secondly, I have it on good authority that a major creation science organization and two well known internet Christian apologetics websites will likely be endorsing this blog soon by offering it as a resource to its readers. I have also heard that other significant things may soon occur as well. conservative 22:57, 16 October 2008 (EDT)
I guess there's only one grammar error (intelligent design should not have an initial capital), but the second sentence is repetitive. It should probably just say "the blog" and not repeat the long name of the blog a second time.
No offence, but if you have it on good authority that a mystery is wrapped in an enigma and stuffed in a riddle, doesn't that by definition mean that this blog is not, at least at this point, notable? Even if those three sites you somewhat mentioned do link to RD : SoA (btw, the title of the blog itself is a grammar error; there shouldn't be a space before the colon) there's no garuntee that this blog will become notable, or for that matter, any better read. 23:27, 16 October 2008 (EDT) PS: Even if this article should be kept, I don't see any reason to keep it... protected. HelpJazz 23:27, 16 October 2008 (EDT)

Why?![edit]

I fixed errors, then you deleted it, recreated it (with at least one error still there) then reprotected it! And I still haven't seen any reasons why we should keep this article in the first place. HelpJazz 12:52, 1 November 2008 (EDT)