Interestingly, the DVD subs doesn't even show the "I think" part, though I agree that part is the only one that is clear. I beleive after that, Matt stone was just using gibberish and it was used a a joke.
Oh, really? That's disappointing. When I heard him talking, I interpretted it as "Yeah. I say we go to the Super Adventure Club, and maybe then we'll see what's wrong." But I was only confident in the first half of that.
Oh well, thanks for checking. Unowninator (talk) 15:20, September 19, 2018 (UTC)
But you are also not allowed to remove messages from administrators without asking them. Everything was in the template that you needed to know. I will put it back now as it tells us you have already been warned but it does nothing against your conduct other than that.
Well background characters can't be given fan names on pages here unfortunately, also I think they need to appear enough to really warrant a page. So for any favorites we can only wait and hope they are named :/ but if you want there is a South Park Fanon wiki, but I would be sure to check their rules first.
Hey, regarding this edit, __TOC__ will not place the table of contents, it is used to move the table of contents (if the table exists; if the table doesn't exists, then __FORCETOC__ should be used). For example if I want the table of contents to be at the middle of the article, I can type __TOC__ right at the middle of the article. __FORCETOC__ is for placing the table of contents if the article doesn't have at least 4 headings and __TOC__ is for moving it. I hope this will clear the confusions.
Hiya, just wanted to ask a tiny little thing.
Commonly the term "silenced" has been coined for a surpressed weapon, however the technical term for it is "surpressed" by the Military and by Firearms Specialists. I've seen pages that uses the term "silenced" rather than "surpressed". Which do you think is more appropriate for the matter?
Yea I know what you mean, I would say personally that 'suppressed' is the most correct term as there are few times that a weapon could be considered 'truly silenced' although you could debate by hearing the action it is still not a silent weapon. Anyhow, the incorrect term is the most common in use so is quickly understood to the general audience that reads the wiki. Also, enthusiasts could debate all day how to pronounce 'cupola' [on a tank/armoured vehicle] but it could be seen as something that doesn't matter. Somewhat relevant, even the 'official term' for a small pistol, "derringer", is actually a misspelling of the last name of Henry Deringer. So even though I think it's a good idea my own standing could be defeated by, 'did the person understand what you meant?' and the answer is most people would probably say no.
But maybe it would be worth starting a discussion post to see what others think. For now I will log the pages with such mentions on my sandbox in that section.
Hey there! Welcome back and great edits you've been making! I've noticed you were a former administrator and I'm curious if you're interested in joining the current team? Feel free to reach out to me if you need anything and it's great to have you back!
Thanks well it's helped that I've started going over the episodes again and listening to commentary ;) Well it's funny I've been thinking this over, the problem is I can't guarantee how long I will be on the wiki for because I sometimes have these spurts of activity that trails off. I wouldn't mind having it attached to my profile again but it would likely make me an "inactive admin". However, there have been one or two instances recently where I could have caught something; like even when I don't edit I essentially 'patrol' the recent activity. Anyway, the summary is I would not say no but I would not be offended if you felt it would be redundant.
Cryptar, vote cheating is taking place on the "Thoughts About" blog post. I'm going to use a new format for the future, but this may mean that I do the blog posts next time. We can split it up, if you'd like. I really like your format for the press releases. So you can do those, and I'll do the other(s). What do you think?