Talk:North Pole

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If possible renewal of article should include:

  • Location and conditions; physical description
  • History of attempts at reaching the Pole
  • Peary and Cook's attempts
  • Popular culture Karajou 17:53, 1 March 2013 (EST)

To Markman

This page is here following an agreement between AlanE and Karajou. If Karajou wants it deleted then that is it, but you have no right to arbitarily break i9nto that agreement.AlanE 16:29, 13 June 2013 (EDT)

You were never given permission for engaging in excessive talk pollution. - Markman 16:32, 13 June 2013 (EDT)
Markman: Karajou agreed to re-instate this page if I wrote an article to his satisfaction. To my knowledge the article is satisfactory - the page was reinstated by Karajou! and can be said to exist with the permission of Karajou seeing as he, in effect, created it. Since then there have been three or four edits totalling less than 50 words in more than three months. In fact the words generated in this little "conversation" total more than those puns added since Karajou replaced the page. AlanE 16:51, 13 June 2013 (EDT)
Karajou gave permission to reinstate the talk page - not any talk pollution in it. Notice that I'm not trying to have the talk page deleted, just to have it clean from talk pollution. - Markman 16:53, 13 June 2013 (EDT)

Karajou did not "give permission to reinstate the talk page" he reinstated it himself. It is a talk page for goodness sake! People talk on it. As far as the pun-page is concerned, I doubt whether I spent more than two minutes on it in over 4 years writing what? about 120 words (not counting the tithes.) In that same time I wrote up to 100,000 words of information at an average of over 300 words per article. So for you to invoke the 90/10 rule as you did with PennyT shows either ignorance of the rule or dishonesty.

I still want to add to this site but it's getting difficult. This of course is what you want. AlanE 17:34, 13 June 2013 (EDT)
It doesn't matter how much you spend on it. It's still talk pollution and it's making conservapedia look unprofessional. - Markman 17:40, 13 June 2013 (EDT)