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- 17 Hello Chive Fungi! (perhaps, as a eukaryote, you are more clever than the average 'cis' prokaryote, like myself)
- 18 Inappropriate and insulting comment by ChiveFungi without proper proof or justification (wikipedia take notice)
- 19 Danica Roem
- 20 Not nice
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- 22 ANI Notice
- 23 BloodyKnuckles1 has been on a tear
- 24 Vandalism
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- 27 Naomi Wu conspiracy theories
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- 29 Reliable source?
- 30 Mentioning a couple's races
- 31 Laura Loomer
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- 35 Candace Owens
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- 37 Debate on the VidCon segment of Carl Benjamin's page
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Yes, I do have a question - in what way am I not adhering to "purpose of Wikipedia, our standards of behavior, or relevant policies"? How may I refute this claim?
Please see the talk page of Nat Turner regarding the African-American issue. It would be a violation Wikipedia guidelines to do a second revert without a discussion, which I have started. Eodcarl (talk) 20:28, 29 October 2016 (UTC)
ArbCom Elections 2016: Voting now open!Edit
Did you know that the citation templates have fields called:
- archive-date =
There is also another field:
- dead-url =
If you leave dead-url blank, it makes the archive link the main link. But if you want to give an archive URL whilst the original still works, you can do dead-url=no. This leaves the original URL as the most prominent link, but also displays an archive link.-- Toddy1 (talk) 05:02, 7 June 2017 (UTC)
Obstruction of justiceEdit
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Discussion on IPv6 contributions and talk pages this WednesdayEdit
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Zoë Quinn's PGPsEdit
In the last several months, you've participated in a discussion on Talk:Zoë Quinn about which preferred gender pronouns to use in the article. So I thought I'd give you a heads up that I'm starting a WP:RFC to hopefully resolve this issue! You can find the relevant discussion here.
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Asia Kate DillonEdit
Yes, I do have a question - in what way am I not adhering to "purpose of Wikipedia, our standards of behavior, or relevant policies"? How may I refute this claim?
Hello Chive Fungi! (perhaps, as a eukaryote, you are more clever than the average 'cis' prokaryote, like myself)Edit
So you have the authority to decide that my comment on the talk pages did not add anything to the topic of the article - that is very interesting. Perhaps it begs the question, "what is the topic of the article?". Where an article is identified as being 'about' an interesting term, which is yet contended as to its application, it seems to me that the article must be BOTH about how the term is commonly used, and about how the term is commonly contended. The term, I would argue, is probably useful when applied by a person to themselves, or when applied in an academic context, where its use is clearly demarcated as NOT personal. If a person chose to describe me as 'cis', I would describe such use as objectionable. I would also contend that this would not merely be a matter of opinion. No one has any right to label my gender identity directly, nor even indirectly. No one can construct any rational argument that would give them the right to label my gender identity, nor any right to allocate me to some group whose gender identity they feel entitled to label. When people choose to discuss gender identity, they ought to be clear in their mind about what exactly they are discussing, and my edit was designed to clarify that point. If you want to exert authoritarian power, why don't you just get a dog?
Inappropriate and insulting comment by ChiveFungi without proper proof or justification (wikipedia take notice)Edit
Full text/entry as it appears on my user page:
January 2018 
Wikipedia is not a forum. We don't want to hear your antisemitic rants.
Stop icon You may be blocked from editing without further warning the next time you disrupt Wikipedia. --ChiveFungi (talk) 13:03, 9 January 2018 (UTC)
(my response below)
ChiveFungi: I am not sure WHO you are and why you are intruding in my wikipedia experience with your most problematic attitude. Instead of making generalized statements about "wikipedia is not a forum" and "we do not want to hear your antisemetic rants" perhaps you can come up with a more civilized approach of why you think there is a problem and why you think I am the cause of that problem. Also, just out of curiosity, who told you Wikipedia is not forum. The talk pages of every topic ARE indeed a form of forum where people should be and ARE allowed to FREELY express their opinions, as long as of course they do so in a mature civilized way. Finally, who are the "we" who do not want to hear my "antisemetic rants"? Do you represent a group of people and who are they? Also can you define "antisemitic" in direct relationship to a quote attributed to me. I will be expecting your reply. But rest assured that if you continue to harrass me I will be the one who will file a complaint requesting that YOU are banned! Hopefully, you have the capacity to understand that what you did is extremely serious and will be handled in the most assertive way the law permits. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 06:17, 13 January 2018 (UTC)
I don't see how providing Roem's original name at "birth name" and "born" is wrong since it is referenced. Why is it?
I feel that your comment to me today was both not nice (as it complained about my edits, plural - suggesting they all offend you) and, lacking a pointer to what you are concerned about, too nonspecific to inform my self-improvement efforts as an editor. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 15:21, 3 February 2018 (UTC)
He makes a habit of being nasty, aggressive and confrontational. I suspect his ego can't handle what it sees as criticism, a common problem among juveniles. PetePassword (talk) 10:36, 5 February 2018 (UTC)
The "it's ok to be white" 4chan operation was not in any way white nationalist or white supremacist. It was done simply to show that an innnocuous phrase could be blown up by media outlets and progressives into something it was not. --2001:8003:548A:5600:E01E:9DA7:E730:223D (talk) 03:40, 5 February 2018 (UTC)
- The body of the article says it's related to white nationalism/supremacy. And there are sources backing this up. If you want to remove the categories, you must first remove the part of the article that says it's related to white nationalism/supremacy. (And yeah it is. It's obviously propaganda with the goal of converting people to white supremacy.) --ChiveFungi (talk) 12:52, 5 February 2018 (UTC)
There is currently a discussion at Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents regarding an issue with which you may have been involved. Nightfury 13:44, 5 February 2018 (UTC) - Posting on behalf of User:PetePassword.
BloodyKnuckles1 has been on a tearEdit
Dealing with repeated disruptive editing on several pages and for several days now:    Someone is not here to build an encyclopedia, from what I'm seeing. C. W. Gilmore (talk) 14:06, 13 February 2018 (UTC)
I note that you do not like some editing which I had done recently, and that you have suggested that my edit was vandalism. I would like to suggest that you are more careful in future with your interactions with myself and others. Vandalism is an exceptionally strong term which should not be thrown around when you merely dislike an edit. I would like to remind you that discussing with people you disagree with is a far better way to interact with others than throwing around terms like "vandalism". You never asked for the reasoning behind the edit or attempted to discuss with me anything before you posted what I would regard as a rather confrontation comment.Cadmium (talk) 13:31, 11 March 2018 (UTC)
Same here, different point of view from your strong left wing opinions is not vandalism, please refrain from removing common sense and spreading your propaganda. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 03:55, 18 August 2018 (UTC)
The reference is at the very beginning of the 48th paragraph of the Atlantic article. Also, it is a direct reflection of Neulander's attitude and position expressed in her article in the Jewish Folklore and Ethnology Review August 31 1994 volume 16 #1. I suggest you read it before deleting someone's edit. I will be following this matter very closely.--RioAtrisco (talk) 22:39, 5 April 2018 (UTC)
C Fungi: It took me seconds to count down the paragraphs. If you are compelled to edit this article to conform to your position then do the work, I have taken quite a bit of my time to research this subject. If you want to speak with any creditability consult the sources first hand. That way you know them and are not relying on anything I provide you.--RioAtrisco (talk) 23:04, 5 April 2018 (UTC)
Naomi Wu conspiracy theoriesEdit
Hi ChiveFungi, if it is not OT, I want to ask if you also consider the conspiracy theory that Naomi Wu got help or support from some expert boyfriend is totally bogus. Consider your average US college graduate: how many years of advice from experts and financial support from parents enabled that career? Does that make every college grad a phony? But Naomi Wu, largely self-educated, must be a phony if reddit can prove she has not been in an isolation tank, with no communication with anyone more expert than she is about any maker or tech issue? Inadvisedly sending you this comment, perhaps, but it is past midnight here on the US east coast. HouseOfChange (talk) 04:08, 6 April 2018 (UTC)
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- @SemiHypercube: It's my recollection that they're not a reliable source. But it's possible that I'm mistaken. --ChiveFungi (talk) 02:30, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
- If you're saying that they're not a reliable source because of bias, then why are other biased news sites considered reliable sources? SemiHypercube (talk) 14:12, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
- Well, technically, non-neutral sources can still be reliable, see WP:NPOVS. Therefore, a source like Daily Wire could be a reliable source. Additionally, there are many sources that are cited in articles that are biased, such as The Washington Post, HuffPost, etc. SemiHypercube (talk) 17:15, 21 April 2018 (UTC)
I might have to ask you again, why are you removing citations to right-leaning sites and calling them non-reliable sources, or sometimes even not as sources at all, as with this edit? Your edits seem to be pushing a leftist POV. Again, you should look at WP:NPOVS. If you are editing with too much bias, I might recommend that you edit outside of political articles, or at least put a reminder of this on your userpage. Thanks. SemiHypercube (talk) 18:07, 28 April 2018 (UTC)
- @SemiHypercube: That revert was unrelated to the quality of the source. The content they added said 75,000 signatures while the Fox News source says 10,000 signatures - it was a matter of uncited material being added. Feel free to read the article and verify my claim.
- I appreciate you questioning what you believe may be biased actions by me. However I think asking somebody to step away from editing because they removed a citation to Fox News (a source widely considered to be unreliable across Wikipedia, for an unrelated reason, I might add) is a little rude. We all have our biases, I don't pretend that I don't have a POV and I don't pretend that my edits don't reflect that to some extent, but I abide by the rules and I collaborate, I don't try and stop people from editing because they don't share my opinions. --ChiveFungi (talk) 01:23, 29 April 2018 (UTC)
Mentioning a couple's racesEdit
I saw that you reverted the addition of racial topics in Chelsea Peretti. But interracial marriages are beautiful things and should be promoted. I think it makes sense to celebrate that they are an interracial couple.220.127.116.11 (talk) 15:53, 23 April 2018 (UTC)
- @18.104.22.168: While a positive sentiment, Wikipedia is not really a venue for promoting stuff. See WP:NPOV. --ChiveFungi (talk) 17:31, 23 April 2018 (UTC)
Hi. I reversed your inclusion of labeling LAURA Loomer as alt-right. I looked into the source. The piece labels her though I have not seen anything to indicate she self-identify with the term. I’ve seen her say she rejects the term “alt-right” and that she spars with Richard Spencer in the very piece. Also IMPORTANT detail is you can’t be Jewish in the alt-right. I guess you missed a lot of their talking points because they emphasize a European-ancestry and reject Christian doctrine. TheTBirdusThoracis (talk) 22:28, 13 May 2018 (UTC)
Hello. Regarding the recent revert you made to Hypertext Transfer Protocol: you may already know about them, but you might find Wikipedia:Template messages/User talk namespace useful. After a revert, these can be placed on the user's talk page to let them know you considered their edit inappropriate, and also direct new users towards the sandbox. They can also be used to give a stern warning to a vandal when they've been previously warned. Thank you. - zfJames Please ping me in your reply on this page (chat page , contribs) 00:16, 15 May 2018 (UTC)
Please stop your disruptive editing. If you continue to violate Wikipedia's neutral point of view policy by adding commentary and your personal analysis into articles, you may be blocked from editing. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 12:08, 6 June 2018 (UTC)
Response to CommentEdit
Funny that you acuse other people of conspiracy theories when you seem to have obvious bias. I hope people like you don't manage to drag Wikipedia throught the mud. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk • contribs)
Hi Chive Fungi. Would it not be better to leave the Twiiter citation as  rather than  The "Candace Owens on Twitter" seems to be an odd title and if you put the quote in the title it serves the same role. Also if you had any input on the use of twitter to establish a subject's positions, there is a discussion on the talk page. cheersPatapsco913 (talk) 22:53, 13 June 2018 (UTC)
- @Patapsco913: Hi! I think the latter is marginally better. It's using the citation template as intended so I think it will look better and be a little easier for people to read - as readers will be expecting the quote to come at the end and to not look like a link. --ChiveFungi (talk) 11:44, 14 June 2018 (UTC)
About League of the SouthEdit
May you provide more evidences about it as a white supremacist association?--Talk 14:32, 2 July 2018 (UTC)
Debate on the VidCon segment of Carl Benjamin's pageEdit
Basically my argument is that it is a controversy and you can not exactly say it is officially harassment without seeming somewhat biased, so all I'm advocating for is a less biased-seeming tone of text. I'm not advocating that we say he didn't harass anybody (even though I wouldn't advocate that he did), just that (in this particular circumstance) there is controversy surrounding the situation depending on which side of the argument you look at, as there are people out there who defend him on this case. I would reference some articles or other sources but if I'm being honest I'm not really skilled enough in editing pages to add links without messing it up haha. But at least consider my argument. I'm not trying to be a troll or anything so sorry if I'm annoying you. I don't usually edit all that much so I don't really have the time to learn everything. Actually come to think of it, I scanned very briefly through the sources linked to that specific part of the article and I'm pretty sure there was some material in there to argue my case, but like I said I skimmed. All this conflict over a slight change of phrase seems a bit unnecesary however. — Preceding unsigned comment added by WiseJoeVescar (talk • contribs) 13:40, 15 July 2018 (UTC)
The 'T' wordEdit
I changed the word in the discussion and apologise for causing offence with it. I can't really say much because of WP:OUTING, but the Wikipedian I was referring to has used that phrase herself in a self-deprecating manner. I also know she's had grief for coming out as transgender, but she's had nothing but support from me, and I am certain she would tell you that herself. Ritchie333 (talk) (cont) 15:19, 19 July 2018 (UTC)
Sorry I didn't reply. At the time you posted to my talk page, it was the middle of my night (although I might have been up to let my old dog out!). I try to check people's contribution pages to see if they're likely to be around. But the key thing is never use talk pages to report threats of doxxing, see Wikipedia:Requests for oversight. This and a few other useful things are at the top of WP:ANI. I doubt many people read them! Doug Weller talk 11:59, 4 October 2018 (UTC)
Hi, i'm Tomybrz on fr.wikipedia. (I'm not a administrator) but i moved your request to fr:Wikipédia:Requête aux administrateurs (see w:fr:Special:diff/152948964). This user has been blocked. Thanks for your report. Regards . Tomybrz Bip Bip 16:43, 11 October 2018 (UTC)
Discussion at Talk:Rhea Butcher#Pronoun usage in articleEdit
Regarding my edit that you undid (by claiming that it was vandalism)- I want to dispute this, on the grounds that:
- I was not "lying" - I improved color consistency by changing the rgb value of the entry in row 4, column 2 to match the rgb values of the other highlighted entries in column
- I swapped the color coding between columns 1 and 2 to change the implication that "Oppose laws that require transgender individuals to use bathrooms that correspond to their birth sex" is bad because it had a red color coding. Wikipedia is a trans-friendly/pro-trans platform. Please see MOS:GENDERID and WP:Gender identity. Laws restricting trans people is negative, therefore being opposed to such laws is good, and vice versa.
Please do not accuse editors with valid contribution histories of lying. At least use less confrontational language and terminology such as "misleading" if you feel misled by an edit. Update: thank you for for understanding. Transphobia sucks, and I say this as a trans Wikipedian =) 𝒶𝓎𝒶𝓃𝓮_𝓂💬 • ✏ 19:29, 29 October 2018 (UTC)
- ChiveFungi, we had an edit conflict at Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Edit warring, where we both reported R.A Huston at the same time. I have merged the two reports.-- Toddy1 (talk) 11:43, 2 November 2018 (UTC)