Difference between revisions of "Talk:Northern Ireland"

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:My normal response to this kind of inquiry is "do it yourself; the article isn't locked!" However I'm not sure I'd want to clean up after you ("credable," "thurough"). So I guess I'll say this: if you run a spell checker on your edits, do it yourself! Articles are meant to be edited, not whined about. [[User:HelpJazz|Help]][[User talk:HelpJazz|Jazz]] 16:22, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
 
:My normal response to this kind of inquiry is "do it yourself; the article isn't locked!" However I'm not sure I'd want to clean up after you ("credable," "thurough"). So I guess I'll say this: if you run a spell checker on your edits, do it yourself! Articles are meant to be edited, not whined about. [[User:HelpJazz|Help]][[User talk:HelpJazz|Jazz]] 16:22, 12 October 2007 (EDT)
  
LOL, fair enough. I also can't believe that not a single referance was made to Bloody Sunday as a catylist.
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LOL, fair enough. I also can't believe that not a single reference was made to Bloody Sunday as a catylist.

Latest revision as of 14:43, 12 October 2007

I don't know if it was vandalism or a well-intentioned mistake, but I've deleted "UDA, UDF, UCR, Red Hand Brigades" from the list of IRA front organizations - as these are all pro-British groups!

Not that this site is very credable to begin with but the SMALL section on the Troubles seems to focus almost entirely on Provisional IRA terrorist actions whilst ignoring the actions of the UDA, UVF, LVF and other groups. I think that a thurough update is required. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Canadianpunk77 (talk)

My normal response to this kind of inquiry is "do it yourself; the article isn't locked!" However I'm not sure I'd want to clean up after you ("credable," "thurough"). So I guess I'll say this: if you run a spell checker on your edits, do it yourself! Articles are meant to be edited, not whined about. HelpJazz 16:22, 12 October 2007 (EDT)

LOL, fair enough. I also can't believe that not a single reference was made to Bloody Sunday as a catylist.