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Allen West sourcingEdit
You provided a noteworthy quote, but for future reference, blogs and youtube videos are not considered reliable sources. I'm not disputing that he said it, but a privately-listed video may not be the best citation. Do you know of any more mainstream or neutral organizations which happened to pick up on this? Also, it would be best to format with <ref> tags for consistency. Thank you. ~ S0CO(talk|contribs) 02:15, 8 June 2011 (UTC)
FYI, additional sourced quotesEdit
Please see note here about locations for additional related sourced quotes. Hope you find it useful. Cheers, -- Cirt (talk) 18:40, 23 January 2012 (UTC)
Your vandalism of the "Martin Luther King" quote page under "Quotes about King" Bullet points 2 and 3Edit
Please stop. If you continue to vandalize pages, add nonsense pages, or pages for nonnotable subjects, you will be blocked from editing Wikiquote.
Political propaganda, not relevant to King, and unsubstantiated in any case. This clearly constitutes an attempt at vandalism and the offending users account should be terminated.
- Stop what? I haven’t made any edits there lately.
- You’re apparently referring to an edit I made to Martin Luther King, Jr. last month, changing an attribution from Ron Paul to Ron Paul Political Report, because we were quoting an unsigned article and Ron Paul disclaims authorship of his newsletters. I wished to ensure that we did not put words in Ron Paul’s mouth.
- “political propaganda”: We quote a lot of political propaganda. Many of King's most famous quotes are political propaganda.
- “not relevant”: Denuncations of Martin Luther King as a communist sympathizer are obviously relevant to King.
- “unsubstantiated”: Not only was it substantiated, it became moreso when I added a secondary source.
- You don’t like what this newsletter said? Neither do I. “I don’t like it” ≠ “vandalism”. ~ Robin Lionheart (talk) 01:48, 28 February 2012 (UTC)
Thanks very muchEdit
discussion of "Further reading" sectionsEdit
You are mentioned in a discussion of "Further reading" sections at the Village Pump, because you have commented on the matter elsewhere. Your insights or opinions are welcome in that centralized discussion. ~ Ningauble (talk) 18:49, 14 October 2013 (UTC)
Regarding Buber's views of NietzscheEdit
I'd like to discuss the removal of Buber's views of Nietzsche from the page. Buber is specifically criticizing Nietzshce's doctrine, and is only incidentally discussing greatness. What was the motivation for removing the quote? Thanks for your reply ~ User:peter1c
Please take a look (and comment if you so choose) on my recent post on the Talk page for Antonin Scalia. I'm not sure that one of the quotes you added truly belongs on his page. Thanks. ~ UDScott (talk) 20:39, 18 February 2016 (UTC)
Your feedback matters: Final reminder to take the global Wikimedia surveyEdit
(Sorry to write in Engilsh)
Please see WQ:BLP. We should not be sourcing content on living persons to low quality primary sources like social media. If a tweet has been covered by published reliable source, then we should use the secondary source to include the content. Wikiquote is not the place to reprint someone's Facebook or Twitter feed. GMGtalk 19:12, 11 March 2020 (UTC)
- Already on it, looking up news quotations for Trump's tweets. ~ Robin Lionheart (talk) 19:20, 11 March 2020 (UTC)