You have vandalized or made non-serious edits to this wiki. Please stop. Vandalism is reverted immediately upon being discovered. We normally welcome anyone to edit, but if you continue to vandalize you will be blocked from editing.
First off, blanking with no other reason given will always be reverted, as stated in the article in question. Now, if you will give me some time to do a little research, we can ge6t this sorted out. If you persist in blanking information, though, I will ban you until such time as this is dealt with. --Duncan da Husky 17:10, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)
- Can you not just remove the entry until, if you even do, find any evidence?
- No. Entries are generally assumed to be correct unless proven otherwise (or obviously incorrect). Please be patient - we're talking a matter of hours, not days. I've got some information in hand; I'm going to head to lunch and wrap this up when I get back. --Duncan da Husky 17:21, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)
- I see. It's not very fair, is it? I'll leave it to you for now then.
- Well, if stuff is patently incorrect, it can be removed easily. However, if something that is on the face of it not at all true, for all we know you may just be trying to cover up the past. I note that you still haven't said why you were removing it in the first place, nor did you ever make use of the edit summary box or article discussion pages to explain your actions. If you have evidence that the information previously given is false, that's one thing, but you should be willing to give us that information and let us make our own minds up about it. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 18:19, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)
- OK, I spent a good bit of time researching this article, and while the old Furbid forums are no longer available (not even on the Wayback Machine), there is enough evidence surrounding the controversy that, in my opinion, it it appears that the events described did indeed take place as described and the article should stand as written, along with what corroborating documentation I can find. --Duncan da Husky 19:13, 29 Dec 2005 (UTC)
Second notice: Please do not remove text from an article without commentary. As stated previously, changes of that nature are almost always reverted. If you have an issue with an article, please bring it to our attention. --Douglas Muth 19:54, 22 June 2006 (UTC)