User talk:Spirou/Archive1

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If you want to do a signature with the time, just type ~~~~ at the end. It's a lot easier than figuring out the pacific time. If it's doing that when you sign like that, then check your preferences, but I think it automatically uses UTC . . . --GreenReaper(talk) 14:06, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Thank you for the info,... let me try Spirou 16:39, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Well, what do you know, it worked Spirou 16:39, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Titles with lower cases

Let me see if I read it right. Wikifur entries ---must--- always start with an uppercase letter (I.e nothinkat->Nothinkat,) but, if an entry is known to start with an lower case letter (I.e. any of Usenets alt. groups,) I must enter the article with an upper case (I.e,) but inser the caveat paragraph "The title of this article is incorrect due to technical limitations. The correct title is" before the opening paragraph of the article. --Spirou 20:08, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Yes. The correct method is to use this template at the top: {{wrongtitle|title=the correct title}} and it will insert the correct text. --GreenReaper(talk) 20:40, 30 Aug 2005 (UTC)


Question: why was SOF (Save our fandom) deleted?. SOF predates Richard Chandler's TBOF by almost a year, and I had already finished the TBOF article, along with the The Anthro Movement and Chuck Melville funny animal manifesto entries. Even though TBOF and PVF ran parallel to each other since their conceptions, SOF was definitely the first group furry protohate to appear in the furry scene way ahead of either these groups. SOF was definitely not Chandler's TBOF.

Is there anything that can be done to correct/ammend this?. Spirou 05:48, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Before I deleted it, the content of SOF matched exactly that of TBOF. Based upon the edits that were being made, it appeared that the editor wanted to move the content of SOF over to TBOF and wasn't aware of the page rename command. You are welcome to request a restore of the earlier version of the article which I can see is slightly different, as long as you can change it further so there is not redundent information. --Nidonocu - talk Nidonocu 05:55, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)
I've restored the version subsequent to NPOV copyediting but prior to replacement by the anonymous user. Suggest you proceed from there. --GreenReaper(talk) 06:01, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Technical Question

How does one go about adding a comment next to an entry in the "Recent Changes" page?:

! 18:29 Template:WikiFur Central/Wanted (diff; hist) . . GreenReaper (Talk) (add purrsia and ColoFurs) <-Example

Thanks in advance. Spirou 03:13, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)

That is contents of the Summary box, just above the Save page button). --GreenReaper(talk) 03:17, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Doh! >.< Thanks, GreenReaper =) Spirou 03:51, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)


Time to take some time off from the project. I feel I overstep my bounds on this, and, regarding the message I just got from FM (No, no, from a friend,) I may have just opened the Texas size, xtra large can of works here,... and my Kevlar flak vest still on the dryer, too. =(

Will try back (much) later, Chaps. Spirou 06:45, 14 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I'll place the 'away' user template on both here and you user page. Don't forget to take them off when you get back. :) --Nidonocu - talk Nidonocu 07:05, 14 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Thank you =) Spirou 07:06, 14 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Vacation over

Well, back to woik,... Spirou 03:57, 17 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Uh, could I have my account, like, totally be reactivated and stuff? ^-^ Spirou 02:44, 21 Sep 2005 (EDT)
You just need to take away the template text at the top of them. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 03:12, 21 Sep 2005 (EDT)
Ah. I thought (wrongly) that was a "Sysop's only" action. Thanks =) Spirou 03:18, 21 Sep 2005 (EDT)


Hmm, it would appear that someone disagrees rather vehemently with the terms you listed in the AWFR article (looking through the history, I believe it was you that put those in). Any comment on the validity of the edits, or is it someone trying to rewrite history in their own way? One way or another, it's going to need to be changed, but to my mind the question is whether to word it such that the terms are in dispute or just delete them entirely.--Duncan da Husky 15:11, 21 Sep 2005 (UTC)

WikiFur Furry Central and Safari

Okay, I give up,... I tried to find the template to change the "WikiFur Furry Central" font size problem with Mac's Safari, but it seems the procedure is just beyond my grasp, so,... I need an Admins help, please, on the matter. Thx Spirou 00:52, 7 Nov 2005 (UTC)

You mean Template:WikiFur Central/Header? As I said, I put a copy of it on the Sandbox - feel free to modify it there to make it look good! If you can find a way to make it not look any different (or at least not any wider) on other systems, that would be cool too. Or you could get firefox like our latest news item suggests. ;-) --GreenReaper(talk) 06:20, 7 Nov 2005 (UTC)
Actually, let's just make it 9pt. It's not worth the hassle, and it is more readable that way. I'm sure something can be removed from each row. --GreenReaper(talk) 06:21, 7 Nov 2005 (UTC)
Thanks. Spirou 07:01, 7 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Question on entry's title

Can a new entry's title have an (!) point on it, say, Burn the Chair!, and speaking of this entry, can we post the censored version of the.... "event," or is that going way beyond what is humanly tolerable?. Spirou 02:19, 8 Nov 2005 (UTC)

It can if it's the proper name for it, which appears to be the case. And no, unless you have copyright to the picture, please do not post it on here. We've had enough sites posting images without the consent of the creator for one week. :-) You're perfectly free to link to a page containing it, though. --GreenReaper(talk) 02:59, 8 Nov 2005 (UTC)
"And no, unless you have copyright to the picture,..." Steve martin owns it (Well, describe owning THAT.) The camera that took it was an Apple iSight webcam, which was rendered "unusable" by a very large sledgehammer. The chair was located on his secondary Computer room, and promptly wheeled out, and a "free sign" slapped to it. It was gone next morning
Doug Winger wanted to torch it (for real,) as for the... "photo," Martin just responded by saying that people can make murals out of, for what he caresa bout it. No, I was more worry about the effect it may cause people viewing it. Spirou 05:07, 8 Nov 2005 (UTC)
Ah, well WikiFur is not censored for the protection of minors, so . . . --GreenReaper(talk) 05:09, 8 Nov 2005 (UTC)
Otay =) Spirou 05:11, 8 Nov 2005 (UTC)

disambiguation page

How does one go about creating one? ("Doot".) Spirou 09:33, 12 Nov 2005 (UTC)

put Template:.disambig somewhere in it? Which one do you want to create? Unci 09:58, 12 Nov 2005 (UTC)
An entry for Doot. I need to know the steps to do so. Spirou 20:29, 13 Nov 2005 (UTC)
Go to Doot. Since it exists, move the current page (with the move tab, not cut and paste) to a new place, like Doot (sound). Go back to the old page, edit it to remove the redirect that was automatically made, and write some stuff to replace it, including links to each of the alternative topic pages. Put {{disambig}} at the bottom. That's about it. See Furry home for the sort of layout to use. --GreenReaper(talk) 20:41, 13 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Going on "Light mode" (And a Happy US Thanksgiving!.)

Getting ready for a Thanksgiving trip, that's why I haven't posted as much as before. Will still check, and do minor edit,... As for our US contributors, I hope everybody have a safe and Happy Thanksgiving! ^-^ Spirou 08:12, 17 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Have a good time! --GreenReaper(talk) 15:57, 17 Nov 2005 (UTC)

Chat on the Internet

If you are going to revert an edit, please give a reason on the edit summary or the talk page, as it is otherwise unclear what your intentions and reasoning is. It's usually better to rewrite the portions which you disagree with rather than reverting, as then extra information that you might not disagree with (or which are simply additional facts) is lost. For example, "and more recently an online messageboard as well" seems like an objective statement of fact that should have been included in future versions.

It might also be a good idea to drop by Talk:Gayfaggotinc, as your assertion that CotI is anti-furry (which does seem to be implied by the lead section of Gayfaggotinc) has been challenged. Any evidence you have to back up your assertions would be good. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 02:27, 16 Jan 2006 (UTC)


Well, that was kind of an anticlimactic milestone =) Spirou 19:36, 5 March 2006 (UTC)

Hey, I spruced up the front page for it! --GreenReaper(talk) 19:41, 5 March 2006 (UTC)


Well, that was fun. Three admins at once slapped him into a puddle of goo. :) -- Siege(talk) 06:41, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

  • Nice exercise before going to bed ^-^ Spirou 06:42, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
The vandals cannot stand before admins with usernames that begin with S! -- Sine 06:43, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
And all starting with an 'S'. And a 4th user helping, with an S. ^_^ Splarka 06:45, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
^-^ Spirou 06:49, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
Crap, sorry about that (deleting your comments). Something not working right with the edit conflicts, sometimes they don't trigger properly!. Splarka 06:53, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
I agree. That was rather amusing to sere the initial line of a vandal being turned into a puddle of goo. And the mass of messy redirects and vandalized pages all cleaned up in a hurry. This user's IP range can be blocked more broadly though. A range block is suggested. ----Markus(talk) 06:55, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
The (visible) IP's used:,,, are most likely proxies, and they have nothing in common that can be rangeblocked. Splarka 06:58, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
Well, then that means this vandal is exploiting open proxies or has multiple people helping. If open proxy, the server should be blocking them by default. But if multiple-user help, then that is somehting entirely different.. ----Markus(talk) 07:01, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
In a perfect would, it would block them automagically, but a wiki server can't completely portscan every IP on every edit, sadly. Splarka 07:08, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
TheCat88's IP isn't related to any of these; a proxy scan says it's not open. Mindspillage (spill yours?) 07:07, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

No, no, Splarka, don't worry,... that was my fault. Deleted the wrong space on the wrong line <=/ Spirou 06:59, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

I think it was my fault (that was my edit). As for the rollback: I just opened his contribs and rolled them all back, not noticing he'd done multiple edits to your page, oops ^_^. Still, easy to revert. hah. Splarka 07:05, 17 April 2006 (UTC)

The Flood (Better Admin communication system?)

Hmm, there needs to be a better way to get hold of an Admin for the next one. None of the messages I sent during the first minutes of this latest defacement garnered a response, and, after a while, I was just too overwhelmed to continue contacting somebody,... =/ Spirou 00:21, 25 April 2006 (UTC)

What would you suggest? Maybe a template to be thrown up at need? Unfortunately, there may simply be times when there don't happen to be any admins online; I came back home and dived in when I saw what was going on. Thanks for bailing away at the flood as you did! -- Sine 02:52, 25 April 2006 (UTC)
I bailed at the flood too. There was mroe than one person grabbing the rope and pulling to stop the tide of vandals. But in responce, there are instant messaging systems. And the IRC room. When the flood hit, I noticed that GR was already at work trying to clean it up and asked JasonR to block non-admin edits for a short time. This helped the cleanup considerably. ----Markus(talk) 04:15, 25 April 2006 (UTC)
I've posted my IM contact on my User page. If you message me and I'm around, I'll bail at it too. But for serious stuff, someone will still need to contact Wikia staff. --Rat 04:28, 25 April 2006 (UTC)
Yes. The "report a problem" link at the bottom left will take you to the appropriate chat. One or more of JasonR, Angela, mindspillage or sannse is usually around. --GreenReaper(talk) 04:59, 25 April 2006 (UTC)
I was trying to use the "Contact an Administrator" on the "Help<--*read*" page. I doesn't list all the contact information for all the administrators (Rat's IM, for example, is not listed there,) and, it would help if they were html formated to launch the appropriate helper app, instead of "cut 'n paste" the information over. I tried e-mail, but I forgot to get my email "verified" for use (doh). Spirou 05:23, 25 April 2006 (UTC)


Spirou stop editing my page, please. You are putting blatantly false information on it. Do it again and I WILL report you to the admins for vandalism.
  • There is the initial stub entry I started on you from a link from another article.
  • An edit to a version by Dmuth
  • ...And a revert to an edit were you were being called a Troll,...

Original entry: "Noitaroproc is a Nonfur who was one of many member of the IRC version of Gayfaggotinc."

Your correction: "Noitaroproc was one of many members of the IRC and LiveJournal versions of Gayfaggotinc. He is also an artist on FurAffinity."

Differences: "is a Nonfur". If you feel this statement is grounds of vandalism, please refer the matter to a Wikifur Admin for resolution. Apologies if entering this data on your entry may have offended you.

Spirou, you have done some great work on WikiFur. However, this edit was inappropriate, both in terms of the actual edit and for its misleading edit summary. I wouldn't normally comment, but you have done this twice before, this last case being the only one in which I think it would have been appropriate. Maybe you felt you had good reasons, but these edits are not "-POV", nor are they "minor edits". They appear to be trying to exclude the edits of other people.
Asserting that someone is a nonfur when they say that they are not appears to be a contradiction in terms, as the very definition of it requires someone to state that they are not a member of the fandom. Noitaroproc has made his position clear with the recent edit so there should be no question over that. Similarly, reverting to a previous version that lacks information present in a previous version (e.g. the existance of and link to FurAffinity galleries, the note about LiveJournal) is not good. It suggests that your prime concern was to restore your favoured version rather than to work with all other contributors to make the best and most informative article possible.
If you do make changes that have the effect of reverting anyting but a trivial vandalism (blanking, garbage, base insults) to any article, please make an effort to examine the article beforehand and include all valid information that has been added along with the assertions that you disagree with. It may be easier to do this if you edit the existing article rather than going back to a previous version and editing that. Understand that NPOV typically means including other people's viewpoints, even if you do disagree with them. :-)
Your recent edit was fine, although I did tweak it - it is better to end the external link before the internal link to the art archive's article, otherwise you get a mixed external/internal link which looks odd. --GreenReaper(talk) 08:23, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
While looking information on the individual to make sure the entry was correct, the person in question has stated twice publicly in the past to be an "nonfur" (Actually, also a "non-furtard", and a few other choice "non-X" word combos,) mainly on IRC (you can ask the gentleman directly.) I don't label anybody in any category, unless his/her position is clear in the matter.
As you can see in some of other of my "People" entries, I have left their relation to the Fandom ("Fur,"Non-Fur", etc,...) ambiguous, as I was not able to find their position regarding such anywhere. I do not "favor" any of my entries over real data, and if during a revert I may have deleted valid data, that's an oversight on my part, not my intent to steamroll my views thru.
"Similarly, reverting to a previous version that lacks information present in a previous version (e.g. the existance of and link to FurAffinity galleries, the note about LiveJournal) is not good." Uh, I actually haven't done that, Greenreaper. I actually did the opposite (Include that information back in.) Spirou 16:55, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
Just an additional note that may or may not apply: For my own part, I have found that, when dealing with entries by or about people with whom I do not necessarily see eye-to-eye with, I opt to to "recuse myself", that is, let someone else deal with the edits. That way I can be 100% sure that any feelings I may have about the matter or the person don't influence the entry. WikiFur has enough administrators that the issue will usually be dealt with fairly quickly (and if not, having a day or two to cool off and think things over is never bad, either :-) ----DuncanDaHusky(talk) 12:06, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
I don't know the person, or have feelings or agendas involving him or the article. It's just an Wikifur entry Spirou 16:55, 11 May 2006 (UTC)
But I perfectly understand your point in the matter =) Spirou 17:06, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

Evolving the personal exclusion system

I'd be interested in your thoughts at Template talk:Protected-Excluded regarding how we could make it easy for people to find public information while keeping the personal information personal. --GreenReaper(talk) 06:54, 26 June 2006 (UTC)

Oh, they themselves are the best tools to achieve this (the Templates,)... except they do not protect any personal information whatsoever. I already discussed with several people that putting a entry behind a Template talk:Protected-Excluded is like painting a huge bulls-eye, daring people to find elsewhere what "exactly" is the person afraid off and/or hiding.
In others words, inside exposition of protected data (a sanitized, open entry,) is the same as a protected entry, except that the second is more tantalizing, takes longer to retrieve all the data, but completely defeats its purpose "Protecting-Excluding" any and all private matter. I don't see anything we could do that wouldn't, ultimately, end up by doing the same thing, and sending someone seeking the protected data from the secured confines of Wikifur out to the wide open world wide web, and thus, finding the same unfettered data.
So, we are between a rock and a hard place on this matter, and the trick is really to decide on the lesser of two evils,... aaand, I don't see or have a solution that would make everybody happy right now, GreenReaper Spirou 08:10, 26 June 2006 (UTC)

The "Furry Concentration Camp"

"(I) assume you meant "if deemed""... Doh!. Yes, indeed. Thanks =) Spirou 08:14, 26 June 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the rewrite

Thank you for rewriting the furluminati article... it was in need of much work. :) -- DeVandalizer 16:48, 28 June 2006 (UTC)


well i do have a copy of the discussion about it >>

Stamps idea

Regarding your stamps idea, I know that Anthrocon spends quite a bit on postage every year, seeing that we mail out many pre-registrations. We might be interested in purchasing such stamps. --Douglas Muth 06:08, 22 July 2006 (UTC)

Roughly , how many pre-regs do you mail out, and, at what price? (I'm checking pricing, specially in bulk.) The test sample from should take about a week to arrive,... Looks like a simple way to reach a large group of people quickly, but I would need to get an a-ok from GreenReaper before using the logo on a real run (or, maybe a new logo could be deigned for the stamp. Will check the size requirements for the stamp services.)
Next will be Will see about a test sample, quality, and bulk pricing Spirou 19:04, 22 July 2006 (UTC)
At least 1,000 pre-regs each year. Each envelope is normal first class postage.
I should mention, though, that we are taking a look at some other ideas for postage, so we might end up not using stamps for too far into the future anyway. I'll keep you posted. --Douglas Muth 19:17, 22 July 2006 (UTC)
I should mention that I've thought about doing something similar for MFF's registration confirmation postcards, using artwork from one of our Guests of Honor. Since we're only getting 500 or so pre-registrations, I'm not sure it's cost-effective for us just yet. ----DuncanDaHusky(talk) 20:26, 22 July 2006 (UTC)

the TBOF attribution.

I was just doing a quick check to see if my non-fan-name had gotten posted (a-bloody-gain), and saw the Six Shallow Graves page.

I am afraid I don't know who you are (other than an apparently somewhat diligent wiki-editing person), and don't recall who was present at that conversation, but I believe I was the originator of the phrase you're attributing to Dave. It certainly smacks more of my sometimes ruthless repartee than Dave's generally more optimistic outlook. I'll check with him...Memory is a strange thing, and that talk was over a decade ago.

I'm rather amused now to read that it blew up into something that big. Chandler's tirade really is symptomatic of it, as the idea covers him, too. Everyone has their own ideas of who is 'ruining' the fandom. The remark initially was more global (and I contend that it remains more global than the fandom). While fans (vide 'fanatic') are more apt to take affront over minor and petty social differences (or are they? Visit any high school, college, or retirement home) the idea was that everyone thinks they could improve their social circle by weeding out some of the people who disagree with them and 'ruin' their fun.

Weird, the things that people remember and that become focuses of attention.

I'll also note that the discussion Dave and I had, as I recollect, wasn't an approbation of or a support of the SOF idea. We were simply discussing the way various people in the fandom were behaving. Linking our names into the TSOF thread as originators of the phrase without putting it in perspective could lead us to be viewed as 'supporters' or 'originators' of the movement, rather than people who came up with a phrase that someone else later used to head up an article.

"'ll also note that the discussion Dave and I had, as I recollect, wasn't an approbation of or a support of the SOF idea." Will adjust article to reflect that point.Spirou 19:43, 8 August 2006 (UTC)

That was dang sloppy of me...

The above two comments are from myself, Zjonni, and are re: the TBOF attribution.


You wrote: " it is the oversensitive reaction (or overreaction) to such attacks that some people would claim qualifies as "Fursecution."" That sounds like a typo. Tretonin 06:20, 11 August 2006 (UTC)

Please don't editwar

Please stop reverting my edits, as it seem to me to constitute an edit war. The variants I added are not used by myself alone. I don't see a justification for your reverts. --Chibiabos 21:36, 28 August 2006 (UTC)

Searches on all major engines find no matches related to furry and these words. At present time, these terms are not used (enough) in furry speak or media to warrant inclusion. As stated before, said terms are more than welcome on your user/personal page until such time they are common enough for reentry. No "edit war" were intended on this reverts Spirou 21:58, 28 August 2006 (UTC)
They are commonly used on places like FurryMUCK and other MUCKs. Popular environments such as those don't (so far as I know) feed search engines every word used on them. You won't find "snug" in a dictionary, nor many of the thousands of made-up furry terms, but I see no reason that should invalidate them. If a word is used in furrydom, and someone wants to know what it means, they should be able to go somewhere and look it up ... one such place should be Wikifur. Isn't that the whole point of having Wikifur separate from, say, wikipedia? --Chibiabos 22:07, 28 August 2006 (UTC)
"You won't find "snug" in a dictionary, nor many of the thousands of made-up furry terms, but I see no reason that should invalidate them." Actually, you will,... Normally we try to validate the term with reference and sources, and, yes, certain words are not "Googled," which doesn't means they should not be excluded.
That said, before I reverted the entries, I ran them thru all the search engines available, including esoteric ones like LJfind or POEsearch, apart of personal viewing of such on furry/non-furry sites or media.
Not saying that they are not in use, just that they have not become popular enough to leave FurryMUCK, and enter the furry mainstream vernacular, and thus, become an entry on the Wikifur, that's all Spirou 22:26, 28 August 2006 (UTC)
FurryMUCK /is/ the furry mainstream. At this very moment, 245 players are connected. Most furry conversations are on the various MUCKs, the two biggest of those being FurryMUCK and Tapestries but there are dozens more smaller ones. None of those go on any search engine, except for the occasional posted logfile (which is very frowned upon). --Chibiabos 22:42, 28 August 2006 (UTC)


hey zchan is an imageboard that has like 4 furry boards

All right, so, why don't you add it in? =) Anybody can enter and modify Wikifur entries, not just Admins, so you more than welcome in joining in. Help is always appreciated ^-^ Spirou 01:37, 30 August 2006 (UTC)

The resized image of Template:SpeedyDelete

I'm sorry, but i don't consider that vandalism. I just thought the imaged looked a little curious, and i found out that it was resized. Therefore i edited it so that it wouldn't be resized, and it looked better. I'll try to stay away from editing i in the future though, that big red box on my talk page looked scary. And BTW, how would you know I "know better than that"? :P

If there's a change that you think it would enhance an article, at least add the reason on the "summary" box so it doesn't "look" like a random act of minor vandalism,... We had anons just change minor items on an entry page (change/delete one letter, tweak spacing, change one character in a URL,...
An anon IP entry and no reason given for the change looked at first glance like another one of these cases. If this was legit, my apologies to you. My bad =( (Spirou from a Nickelodeon computer station) 21:28, 30 August 2006 (UTC)
Np! I'll register later on though, if i can come up with a suitable user name, that is. 05:31, 31 August 2006 (UTC)

Thank you

Thanks for the help. ^^ It's nice to see that things could run in a normal way on that site. Andraste

Anytime =) Spirou 04:34, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

Copyright status of Image:Sibe.png

Could you let me know about the copyright status of the above image? If it is under Sibe's copyright (that is, if he took it or purchased the copyright from the person taking it), then we should remove it. --GreenReaper(talk) 21:26, 15 September 2006 (UTC)

It's an image that was circulating through some of TEH DRAMA sites and forums when Sibe was arrested a while back. No copyright notice was present on the image, and none of the people posting it publicly claimed any. Actually, this is a cropped image, with the original one having a word macro stamped on the top and bottom with the phrase "I'm in yur(?) jail, getting TEH AIDS." I can try to find out exactly where it originated from. Spirou 22:13, 15 September 2006 (UTC)
That would be helpful, if possible. No sense in not trying to avoid trouble further down the line. --GreenReaper(talk) 22:26, 15 September 2006 (UTC)

False Accusation of Vandalism

I noted in the discussion page of [the discussion page of the page in question] that the vandalism (placement of the images) was the result of Nigra, not myself. Surgat

Hey, thanks for backing me up, Spirou. You're not a bad guy after all! Thanks again. --Elementseven 19:10, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

No problem Spirou 20:27, 9 October 2006 (UTC)

Please don't vandalize.

Please don't vandalize. --Chibiabos 06:46, 10 October 2006 (UTC)

Request for help on how to archive a talk page

Just thatSpirou 08:32, 10 October 2006 (UTC)

Go to and copy/paste it there. =3 Spaz Kitty 02:45, 12 October 2006 (UTC)