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I've traditional not given much credence to the claims there are major problems with the way administors act here on en.wikipedia. I mean the occasional problem sure, but widespread? No. I'm starting to think perhaps I'm wrong. And no it has nothing to do with how I've personally been treated.
Hello Nil Einne, this is what I replied to Qed237, because I have the best intentions to make Wikipedia more complete: Dear Qed237, why do you want to block me? Because I've added a 'Bogus' article?? The Linafoot is the top-flight football league of DR Congo, the biggest sport in the country with almost 100 million inhabitants, with a club named TP Mazembe who made it to the prestigious FIFA Club World Cup final. The 2016-17 season, and with a reference to the league standings table. Can you PLEASE explain what's so bogus about that? Some Linafoot matches attracted crowds around 80,000... Really a bogus league...
re Your imagesEdit
Thank you for your comments. The point of the photograph was to illustrate the tilt wing vertical flight, the CL-84 being the first successful aircraft of this type.
To the best of my knowledge, there are no other photos of the CL-89 in flight. I could have produce a drawing of the latter, could not have guaranteed the dimensions.
I am trying to get Bombardier to release the photos from copyright in the low definition form.
My appologies, I was sending to both yourself (as above) and to Hammersoft, and they got muddles. Thanks for your quick acknowledgment which allowed me to correct.
Thanks for the comments. I went to the source material and added references to show that BSA numbers declined by 14% since Dale while in the similar period Scouts Canada declined by 50%. Feel free to make the reference "Wiki Pretty" GCW50 (talk) 21:02, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
May be useful stuffEdit
Talk:Main Page/Archive 115#News_picture (plenty more ITN and/or SA/OTD pictured discussions although most of other ones either generic complaints, suggestions to align or brief references of previous discussions)