Talk:Amanda Lillianne Drasciir

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If there is documentation, then can you please provide a link so that it can be referenced in the article itself as proof? SilverserenC 05:18, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
I agree with my fellow editor here. To present something as fact, it must be verifiable as such. Otherwise, it is an allegation and not a fact. --CodyDenton 05:25, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
Why don't you have Amanda get you the necessary links to provide documentation? Since it's her page and everything. SilverserenC 17:16, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
The thing is, all the stuff that I can find is all from your side. Things you have said on Eka's Portal or things you have written, but I can find absolutely nothing from her side, which is what I would need to verify this. Yes, you're the first party, but we need counter-confirmation to prove that you are telling the truth. And, i'm sorry, but this is slightly creepy...It's things like that and the lack of response from her end that makes me wonder if this isn't a one-sided "relationship", which is why I need confirmation from her end of things. If she's not going to be on until after tomorrow, then have her get on after that and find the necessary proof. Until then, i'm afraid that this statement cannot be shown on this article. SilverserenC 17:40, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
It is not someone else's job to verify it. This is not a personals site. If you want the whole fandom to know of your supposed romantic involvement (to which I ask, WHY?), then by all means, provide source material. Otherwise this is, as Silver seren noted, unproven rumor. I will also ask you to not remove the {{disputed}} and {{fact}} tags again until a consensus has been reached that the burden of proof has been met. Those tags, once placed, may not be removed by an individual editor -- especially not the editor who is making the controversial posts in the first place. They may only be removed when a consensus has been reached on the talk page. I am sorry that you feel so much pain and loathing towards this community now. This encyclopedia is not the place to use as your megaphone, however. With the exception of your Talk pages, the content of these articles is owned by the COMMUNITY, not by any one person. Please respect this fact, and keep things neutral. --CodyDenton 18:17, 20 July 2010 (UTC)
I will edit my page tomorrow (Thursday) and set things straight myself, then you dont have to endure this discussion. --Amanda Lillianne 13:40, 21 July 2010 (GMT+1)

Why doesnt my edit show up? (Amanda)

Sorry if you're having problems. Try refreshing your browser cache. Usually CTRL-F5 will do it. --CodyDenton 05:31, 22 July 2010 (UTC)

Talk history and guidelines for editing talk pages[edit]

For anyone interested in following this discussion, but who is wondering why it seems like some of the conversation is missing, one of the participants in this discussion removed several of his comments. The archive of those comments is visible from the history tab, or by clicking here. For the record, this post is not intended to take sides or to anger anyone. I am simply following the standard practice in Wiki communities, which is to preserve both sides of a conversation. I do not have any objection to the content in the article -- provided that, like any encyclopedia article, it can be properly verified with reliable references. I would encourage all editors to review the Wikipedia:Talk_page_guidelines; while this is not Wikipedia, these guidelines are still a well-written explanation of conventional behavior on Wikis such as this one. To quickly summarize, all editors should keep a neutral tone, ask questions in a non-threatening and non-judgmental way, explain their point of view (and offer references to back it up), and avoid deleting prior content in the discussion. Ultimately, we are all responsible for working together as adults to reach a consensus. I'd like to thank all parties involved for trying to make WikiFur a better resource for the furry community, and I look forward to reaching common ground. --CodyDenton 06:03, 22 July 2010 (UTC)

Asperger's Syndrome - making an ass out of myself and purging the evidence --BradRepko 4:33, July 23 2010
The nice thing about being human is that human error is a condition we all share.  :-) Best wishes to you, and thank you for being a part of WikiFur. --CodyDenton 17:52, 23 July 2010 (UTC)
Are you saying I'm not welcome here anymore? --BradRepko
Goodness, no! I was only trying to help you feel better about things. We're human, and we all have bad days and make mistakes. We welcome anyone who wants to be a part of this community and help make it better. There are good documents in the help section that will help you to get the most out of your membership here. I'm glad you gave me the chance to clear up what I meant. Thank you! CodyDenton 21:22, 23 July 2010 (UTC)