Talk:Gene Breshears

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I have no idea what this is but ill write anyway. Im bored out of my mind and looking up random Breshearsesessseses. Just sitting over here in Iraq working currently...noticed the name Gene Breshears...clicked a button...and here i am. Soooo Gene, if you ever read this...HI! Im Rob Breshears! Take care. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs)

I'm sure he'll notice it sometime. Howdy! :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 01:39, 18 March 2006 (UTC)
Hello, Rob! Take care of yourself over there. We should talk, figure out our common ancestors (since I haven't met an american with our last name that didn't turn out to be a relative, yet...)--Genebreshears(talk)

I removed the clean up tag from this page. I read the guidelines and this entry seems in keeping with them. I also compared this to several random writer bios in wiki-fur and found this entry, while breezy in style, to be both accurate and interesting. I'm not sure why it was marked for clean-up. --kehf(talk)

I reverted the mutilation of my biography. I will have to watch the page more closely in future to prevent inaccuracies resurfacing. I hereby officially ask the editors of Wikifur to leave my biography as I worded it without my explicit permission. Thanks. Genebreshears 00:03, 20 February 2008 (UTC)

This is a little late, but it's unclear what inaccuracies you were talking about - your edits at the time merely adjusted formatting (entirely reasonably), added a couple of bibliographical entries, and re-inserted "jokey" working that honestly seems rather out of place (this is an encyclopedia entry, not a back-of-the-book biography). You are welcome to use the watch feature and email notification to monitor for changes, and to argue for the value of your preferred wording, but all articles may be "edited mercilessly" to remove superfluous verbiage and conform to a standard tone, as noted beneath this edit box. Indeed, the phrase "Born in a small Oklahoma town that was inexplicably located in northwestern Colorado" makes it needlessly unclear in which state, if either, you actually were born. --GreenReaper(talk) 23:29, 6 April 2013 (EDT)