Wikipedia talk:Requests for comment/Theresa Knott

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I am protesting the recent vandalism done by User:Mirv to this request for comment which has deliberately destroyed my work of several hours. This is not what I wrote. This is not the format that I used. I find the new layout totally confusing. And, I object to being forced to waste more of my valuable time while you people are going out of your way to let administrators personally attack and harass editors. -- John Gohde 15:39, 20 May 2004 (UTC)
This layout is a lot more clear, and summarises everything neatly, providing specific areas for comments. I don't see what the problem is -- Jim Regan 15:45, 20 May 2004 (UTC)
I do, and that is all that counts. I do not recognize my own request for comment. And, I find it extremely confusing!!! -- John Gohde 16:06, 20 May 2004 (UTC)
It is not your request for comment. RfCs are unsigned. Although you may have made the request, you have no ownership of it. Snowspinner 06:08, 21 May 2004 (UTC)

Veritatis Splendor[edit]

We'll live and we'll see. Theresa and the cabal had done too much harm in medical articles, in maintaining their lies and their NPOVs, in smearing and libeling practicing medical doctors to remain active Wiki editors. They have a place under the sun, like in parochial police departments, but not between generous, idealistic, competent editors - you know, average Wiki contributors. They only lose their time in the process, never their stamina. This happens because truth has this habit of always remaining visible in its full splendour :O) - irismeister 20:16, 2004 Jun 1 (UTC)

  • I have single handedly succeeded in making alternative medicine or CAM a collective of articles (See category:alternative medicine). It is no longer only a few isolated articles on kooky topics. CAM is now a collective maintained by a collective of editors. The science trolls have officially lost control over CAM. And, they now know that it is too late to reverse the situation. Time moves on and stops for nobody. Once a person locates just one article on CAM they are now tied in to the collective of over 200 articles. -- John Gohde 09:38, 3 Jun 2004 (UTC)
A perfect job which I'll see that you carry on, John, if it's the last thing I do before my next impending ban - this time for ever :O) - irismeister 19:31, 2004 Jun 4 (UTC)
At the risk of being labelled a troll, would you care to explain the apparent contradiction between "I have single handedly succeeded" and "a collective of editors"?-- ALargeElk | Talk 13:36, 3 Jun 2004 (UTC)
This is simple, ALargeElk | Talk. John did that despite tremendous and coordinated trolling activity from a bunch of "editors". Liked your stress on apparent though :O) - irismeister 19:31, 2004 Jun 4 (UTC)
Once this whole issue gets a broader public and Mr Natural Health's abuse of the edit summary box is exposed, along with his unwillingness to learn how categories work you'll learn that this is not co-ordinated trolling, but a simple resistence to poor editing. --bodnotbod 00:59, Jun 9, 2004 (UTC)

explain the apparent contradiction between I have single handedly succeeded" and "a collective of editors"?[edit]

Tiring of doing daily never ending battles with all the little people, trolls, bigots, and morons that populate Wikipedia, my approaching retirement to sanity grows nearer. No sooner do I clean up palliative care than do the fools endeavor to make it more bigoted than ever being the naturally born bigots with limited IQ and education that they are. Any fool who cannot figure out what is going on here in Wikipedia deserves their fate. I run a successful website, and I will be covering alternative medicine extensively as history. Facts, my dear trolls and bigots, are undisputable in the real world. And, on my website I always have the final word.

How many times, dear morons, do I really have to point out the perfectly obvious? Geniuses have no duty to educated the moronic masses. Just thought that you might want to know.

I have single handedly succeeded -- Why the project/talk side, of course, dear trolls, bigots, and morons.

I gave birth to the Wikiproject on Alternative Medicine, single handedly from conception, to implementation, and finally to perfection. The supporters of alternative medicine refuse to organize on Wikipedia and thus deserve their fate. They do not call in 24x7, like the science trolls and bigots do and reverse the vandalism done by trolls, bigots, and morons. Maybe these people, unlike you, actually have a life?

a collective of editors -- Why the article side, of course, dear trolls, bigots, and morons.

See category:Alternative medicine and more specifically:

category:alternative medicine is clearly being worked on and will be maintained forever by a collective of editors who have made hundreds of edits, to date. -- [[User:Mr-Natural-Health|John Gohde | Talk]] 18:02, 9 Jun 2004 (UTC)

Which is great. Everybody wants editors. It is only edit wars that nobody wants. --bodnotbod 18:35, Jun 9, 2004 (UTC)