User talk:Esseph

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Good Edit

Just wanted to commend you on the Daniel Dennett page edit, that was good work cleaning up some typos - fixing "apologetists" was a good catch. --Joshua Zambrano 12:40, 29 July 2012 (EDT)

Thanks, Joshua. I edit sparingly to avoid wars, but do try to weed out the most egregiously biased comments. I would like to strip out all the nonsense about atheism and obesity, but I think I know where that would land me. -- Esseph 12:54, 29 July 2012 (EDT)
The wiki does need more people interested in cleaning up the grammar. I personally try to keep my edits more NPOV but that's just a habit learned, a preference of my own. I don't mind Conservapedia having strong opinions on atheism or other issues, it's actually kind of refreshing compared to Wikipedia where you know a lot of editors have biases in refusing to focus on the facts and sources, and just claiming consensus - at least here they are more out in the open. And it's nice that people stand for what they believe in rather than pretending that having a point of view is wrong. --Joshua Zambrano 13:28, 29 July 2012 (EDT)
Biases as far as I'm concerned are just strong beliefs that everyone has based on personal experiences. These can be based on evidence or emotions or anything else. A lot of Wikipedians will condemn anyone they think has a conservative point of view but never liberal, pretty well illustrating how bad the liberal bias there has gotten. --Joshua Zambrano 13:38, 29 July 2012 (EDT)