Talk:D.C. Simpson

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I suppose editing my own page may be a bit of a faux pas, but I feel it's more accurate, now. -DCS

On the contrary, they're generally welcome as long as they're not making the contributor out to be something they're not. Welcome to WikiFur. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 09:16, 11 November 2006 (UTC)


An editor accused me of having a "spat" with Simpson. I don't see how that relates to how other people view her interactions as the result of her political views. It's not malicious to add notable incidents which reflect upon how an artist is seen. I don't understand why it's required to promote the subjects of the articles we write.--KooKooBanana 11:02, 3 January 2012 (EST)

Your interactions until January 2, 2012, have been of an acrimonious state with her. This clouds any "good faith" regarding the edits on the person you are editing their article on. Oh, and very bad form and improper net etiquette to posts screenshots of public discussions, when in this case is Miss Simpson. Not very subjective - Spirou 16:47, 3 January 2012 (EST)
I don't understand your reasoning. You're accusing me of having a problem with Simpson because I quote people who have criticized her? How am I acrimonious for quoting other people?--KooKooBanana 18:15, 3 January 2012 (EST)
Oh, so you are assuming the thoughts and feelings of Mr Baranoff towards Miss Simpson?. *facepalm* I see also though you been slowly deleting the more acrimonious data you been trying wedge on her articles (Homosexuality+bestiality=her comics?, "Controversy" to "Personal life"?). Please defer to assume Baramoff" possible "assumption" on her articles, or adding portions of his life to her own life article - Spirou 18:26, 3 January 2012 (EST)
The homosexuality/bestiality remarks came from a pair of reviews on The Webcomic Overlook and Bad Webcomics Wiki, and I apologize if the reviewers' comments came across as acrimonious, but why are you asserting that I'm making these claims, rather than the reviewers (the quotes are not falsified, just read the reviews yourself). I'm not making any such claim, and for that matter, why are artist biographies on here being treated as being like a MySpace profile rather than a biography? I think that her interactions with other artists is worth noting. I'd like to know what happened between her and Dandy and Company creator Derrick Fish, who used to be friends with her until they had a falling out, and Fish criticized some of her recent work.--KooKooBanana 18:36, 3 January 2012 (EST)