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Stwa

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 11:25 am Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

sod98 wrote (View Post):
Well maybe it's the Uni you attended needed to spell it out to you. I can assure you Wiki isn't an accepted reference. Maybe lesser Uni's have lower standards. But please calm down and once again accept my true apology.


My freshman year in college was at a major university in Texas in 1972.

I am not agitated, so I do NOT need to calm down. And, I am not seeking your apology.
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sod98

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 11:37 am Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

My freshman year in college was at a major university in Texas in 1972.

I am not agitated, so I do NOT need to calm down. And, I am not seeking your apology.[/quote]


See dumbing down of society started in the US and you are probably just one of their casualties. I am trying to be nice to you when I suggest you should calm down and it looks as though I am right to with your use of capitals for the word " not ". Please accept my apology for upsetting you kid. The Dutch have had a foot in both camps in most world conflicts - WW2 the supplied the most per capita to the Nazi war machine and to the resistance. Likewise back in Napoleonic wars and also the Boer wars etc.

Wiki isn't an accepted reference though unless your Uni was actually just school even then the better schools won't accept it either.
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Stwa

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 11:50 am Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

sod98 wrote (View Post):
Well maybe it's the Uni you attended needed to spell it out to you. I can assure you Wiki isn't an accepted reference.


Here is a link to a page that contains links to all of the policy manuals of Arizona State University. Perhaps you can find their policy regarding Wikipedia. I assume other major universities have similar policy manuals. So maybe if you could provide some source material concerning your claims regarding University acceptance or non-acceptance of reference material as it relates to Wikipedia, you could bolster your argument.

ASU Policy Manuals
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Stwa

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 11:52 am Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

sod98 wrote (View Post):
See dumbing down of society started in the US and you are probably just one of their casualties.


But you are the one that cannot ascertain the quotation syntax.
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 12:27 pm Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

Stwa wrote (View Post):
sod98 wrote (View Post):
See dumbing down of society started in the US and you are probably just one of their casualties.


But you are the one that cannot ascertain the quotation syntax.



You are upset and worried about the quote system. The Dutch are so much like the Germans - everything has to be correct at all times or they just can't handle life. Stop worrying. As said before quote system was working fine previously but approximately a year ago stopped. Don't fret over the small things. I sense you are almost at the stage of needing to dry your eyes. Calm down reread what was written earlier so you don't embarrass yourself further.

I suggest you pour yourself a warm glass of milk as it appears you are handling things. Esp when you say things like Wiki is good. it's like saying war comics have history relevance. Once again thanks for the laughs at your expense.
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Stwa

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 12:41 pm Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

Hey, suddenly the quotation syntax in you last post worked. Very interesting since it has not been working for a year, but now, voila.  Laughing
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 1:02 pm Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

Stwa wrote (View Post):
Hey, suddenly the quotation syntax in you last post worked. Very interesting since it has not been working for a year, but now, voila.  Laughing


Well bugger me gently. It did and I did nothing different. See I told you it had played up. Please don't let your paranoia think I was playing mind games with you. It would be a wasted effort on my behalf. Check my other posts to see I was actually telling you the truth.

.......and it worked again. lol
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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 2:58 pm Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

Here is something interesting from a guy name Mark Davies at BYU (Brigham Young University)


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Stwa

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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 3:21 pm Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

Wikipedia being used by academics at Oxford and other European Universities.  Arrow


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 3:36 pm Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

Universities in Western US promoting use and editing of Wikipedia.  Arrow


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 01, 2015 5:06 pm Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

Wikipedia article creation and editing is 24x7 and worldwide, including India.  Arrow


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:36 am Post subject: Re: Common knowldge vs docs Reply with quote

[quote="Stwa";p="80824"]Wikipedia article creation and editing is 24x7 and worldwide, including India.  Arrow

He you go again. Are you sure it's Uni's and not just a night school you attended. I guess democracy hasn't helped the level of education as you are living proof of that. No slight meant of course, just a observation.
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