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User Talk:A D Monroe III

Welcome to my talk page. If you want to ask something of just me, this is the place to do that. I'll happily respond to you here.

However, if you want to discuss a change I made to an article, you should probably use the talk page for the article, not my talk page. Article talk pages allow for any and all editors interested in improving that article discussing and reaching consensus. Discussing my edit here with just me is much less likely to do this.

When starting a discussion about one of my edits on an article talk page, it would be nice to notify me, by adding either , , or to your comment on the article talk page, or by leaving a comment here telling me about the discussion you started - whatever you prefer.

Thank you, and happy editing.

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Thank you for quality contributions in over 10 years to articles of military history, beginning with additions to Irregular military and creating Daniel Harvey Hill, now refactoring a section of Armoured fighting vehicle, for welcoming new users, for a thoughtful search for problems, for quoting "If my soldiers were to begin to think, not one would remain in the ranks." - you are an awesome Wikipedian!

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Three years ago, you were recipient no. 1479 of Precious, a prize of QAI! --Gerda Arendt (talk) 21:50, 1 October 2019 (UTC)

Western Digital proposed History changes to address citations/source issue

Hello, A D Monroe III,

Thank you for considering my proposed changes to the History section of the Western Digital popflock.com resource article. I updated the sources per your request and have listed them in a Replace XYZ, With XYZ format for you.

The currently published Western Digital History section has several flags indicating that additional citations from reliable sources need to be added. These proposed changes adds reliable sources where possible and removes statements where sources cannot be found.

Please take a look at: http://www.popflock.com/learn?s=Talk:Western_Digital

and let me know if you agree to update them.

Thank you very much, AnneElizH (````) -- Preceding unsigned comment added by AnneElizH (talk o contribs) 21:38, 4 June 2019 (UTC)

AnneElizH; Response is at Talk:Western Digital#Western Digital proposed History changes to address citations/source issue. --A D Monroe III(talk) 20:57, 5 June 2019 (UTC)

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Battle of the Teutoburg Forest

Demanding source for statement:"Battle of the Teutoburg Forest is NOT greatest Roman defeat" is similar to asking source for statement that "Napoleon has NOT visited Australia".

Neutral Point of view noticeboard the_Teutoburg_Forest. I am new in this so maybe is better to see position of popflock.com resource on "greatest defeat" statement. Maybe I can learn something new about how popflock.com resource works. ps. I have not even used connection with German national myth Analitikos (talk) 08:57, 14 September 2019 (UTC)

Analitikos; Of course I wasn't expecting any "X is not the greatest" sources, but just any "Y is greatest" source to contradict the statement.
BTW, talking on editors' talk pages about their edits is great, if it's a question or issue only about them, rather than the article being edited. Discussions about the article issues really belong on the article talk page, so other editors can participate in the discussion.
Also BTW, calling something "POV" in WP has specific connotations; please see WP:POV. We know each source has its own point-of-view, and that's good; we present their views in articles if they're reliable authorities, and balance conflicting views per WP:DUE. In WP, accusations of "POV", especially on one of the "drama boards" like the POV Noticeboard, imply editors are pushing their personal viewpoint that contradicts sources because of some personal agenda; this should not be done lightly, per WP:AGF. I think your disagreement is about balancing sources -- a very routine one in WP -- not accusations of bad faith editing -- a very serious in WP, as they can result in editors losing editing privileges if true. False accusations of this nature often "boomerang", with the accuser's editing privileges being affected instead.
In general, I suggest moving a bit more slowly here. WP works because it is cooperative rather than combative. WP also works by understanding new editors are given more leeway to make some missteps, especially given the huge alphabet-soup of WP policies and guidelines; we were all new once, and we even have a guideline about this as well: WP:BITE. If you're worried about not having done something right, just play the "I'm new" card.
You are welcome to reply here about anything specifically relating to any of the above. Anything more about the article should probably go on the article talk page. --A D Monroe III(talk) 16:20, 14 September 2019 (UTC)

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Thanks for spam revert

Thank you for reverting a spam edit on Pavement light. I reverted your revert only because the spammer made four more edits, and I went back to the last spam-free version, but I didn't notice for five days, and you were on the spot. HLHJ (talk) 22:20, 21 December 2019 (UTC)

on reverting edit.

Thank you for noticing the problem. But the credit suisse report is 4.5 year old and outdated. there is notification about updating the list. And there is none other site gave detailed military power index like Global firepower, and many other sites also took this same data from global firepower. So I think reverting this article kind of unreasonable. Also the report in credit suisse in most common sense not quite perfect. Kingarthur581 (talk) 02:06, 12 February 2020 (UTC)

User:Kingarthur581; User talk pages are to discuss with a single user, only. To discuss changes to an article, use the article's talk page; that's what they're for. On article talk pages, any and all the article's editors can respond, and work to come to a consensus. Debating such changes on user talk pages cannot do this, so is pointless.
It's important to understand that repeating the same edit without discussion is edit warring, and if persistent, will lead to being blocked from further editing. But it's very easy to avoid this; just take what you posted above to the talk page of the article. --A D Monroe III(talk) 18:11, 12 February 2020 (UTC)

Recent edit in "Battle of the Bulge."

Hey. I've seen that you've reverted my edit, and although a reference must be applied, what if the references are documentary series about WW2, that are in Netflix? Their names are "World War II in HD Color" and "Greatest Events of World War II in HD color" -- Preceding unsigned comment added by VivaBlondie2000 (talk o contribs) 00:04, 15 March 2020 (UTC)

VivaBlondie2000; The quality of a source matters in popflock.com resource -- see WP:Reliable sources. In general, documentaries won't qualify for this, especially ones found on Netflix.
Also, as we are discussing changes to the article, you should have this discussion where other editors of the article can respond: Talk:Battle of the Bulge. --A D Monroe III(talk) 00:52, 15 March 2020 (UTC)

Bayonet

On what grounds was my edit deleted Bayonet? Do you consider yourself more competent in this matter? Then bring the battle where the troops were able to overturn the enemy without the use of firearms. I think this was only possible as an exception. In most battles, a bayonet attack was always accompanied by infantry fire. This means that a successful bayonet attack is impossible without a preliminary shootout. Otherwise, a logical error occurs. Why were soldiers armed with muskets? It is enough to arm them with spears, so that it would be easy to overturn the enemy. TooLRF (talk) 10:06, 16 April 2020 (UTC)

As this is about the contents of an article, I have moved this discussion to Talk:Bayonet#Uselessness of bayonet attacks, where all the editors of the article can participate.
Please reply here only if you have something that is specific to me, and not of interest to other editors. --A D Monroe III(talk) 02:32, 17 April 2020 (UTC)

Broadwood park

Thank you for the painstaking work to carefully fix the difficult to detect damage caused by this editor. For example they changed "The earliest recorded use" -> "The most first recorded use". I've only ever seen stuff like that one time before, it was someone using an automated grammar fix program without the required skills to fine-tune the suggestions. It may be the same person who did this edit in which they claim to be using Grammarly, because that edit contains the same change: "neutrally" -> "in a neutral way". -- GreenC 21:48, 22 April 2020 (UTC)

I appreciate the appreciation. :) It is a bit tedious to undo the damage after other edits have been layered on top, but given the muck they produced, still rewarding enough to keep me going; there are only about a dozen more edits to fix now.
My greatest appreciation goes to Drmies, who swiftly indeffed Broadwood-park, eliminating any further muck-splattering.
I agree that the style of edits match that of the IP you presented, but given the long time between these two editors' "contributions", I think the similarity is more to do with just both using the same tool. If these demonstrate the capabilities of Grammarly, I would recommend it only for its byproduct of unintended humor in clueless mangling of English prose. --A D Monroe III(talk) 00:49, 23 April 2020 (UTC)

New guy needs help

Hello A D Monroe III. I am trying to make a article but, I need help trying to get the quotes to Format properly can you help me and with anything else you see? http://www.popflock.com/learn?s=Mass_Rape_By_German_forces_During_The_Second_World_War#Historians_assessment_on_Mass_Rape_by_German_forcesDriverofknowledge (talk) 01:23, 10 May 2020 (UTC)

Hello, Driverofknowledge, and welcome to Wikipedia. I'm not a quote-box expert, and the long-standing various fancy quote boxes we had were recently all declared obsolete. But AFAIK, your use of the now-preferred one-size-fits-all {{Quote}} template seems fine. The only problem I see is that the quotes have no ordinary text to introduce them and set them off as quotes. This seems to be at odds with the template's intent.
Having a section that is nothing but a series of quotes is basically just reproducing primary sources without any context or interpretation, leaving all that up to the reader; the whole job of an encyclopedia is to summarize common information for the reader. In general, we avoid reliance on primary sources in popflock.com resource -- see WP:PRIMARY -- and that's when cited as sources for our summarizing text. To quote them at length directly in an article, one after another, is going well beyond that. This may even get into WP:COPYVIO territory, which is legally absolutely forbidden.
I can review the article and offer further suggestions if you like, but there's a class of editors called WP:New page reviewers that are experienced at guidance for new page creators. I'd be surprised if they weren't already aware of your efforts here, but I can contact them for you if you want. --A D Monroe III(talk) 02:56, 10 May 2020 (UTC)
A D Monroe III ok thank you. can you please I need all the help I can get!Driverofknowledge (talk) 03:01, 10 May 2020 (UTC)
I already tried to message. Everyone I have come in contact with, to get help but thanks for replying I appreciate it.Driverofknowledge (talk) 03:04, 10 May 2020 (UTC)

Bear in mind

If EEng's tournament were legit (not that it isn't), the shark would be the only one crying about meeting on the shoreline. Bears love the shore! It's where they literally eat big fish for breakfast. Seen it firsthand, at least this big, biggest fish east of the Pacific, ask anyone! But I've never seen Cher, a wolverine or an iceberg live. If you don't mind me asking, have you? InedibleHulk (talk) 09:26, 11 May 2020 (UTC)

Shark-infested shores aren't frequented by bears. So there. --A D Monroe III(talk) 18:17, 11 May 2020 (UTC)
Ah yes, the dreaded minnow shark, quite a scourge, bear beware! InedibleHulk (talk) 22:30, 12 May 2020 (UTC)
Oh, and for what it's worth, I have seen both a wolverine and iceberg in the wild, though while keeping my distance. I've not seen the elusive Cher in the flesh -- perhaps just an urban legend? --A D Monroe III(talk) 18:29, 11 May 2020 (UTC)
That's how I feel about wolverines sometimes, just a very elaborate rumour. I live where they're supposed to, seen all their supposed woodland associates, but neither hide nor hair of any legendary badass. Maybe tomorrow, though, there's always tomorrow up here! My dad says he went to a Cher concert around 1980, but he's been wrong about stuff like this before. I envy your eyes, glad you escaped your experiences with both intact, stay alert, stay safe! InedibleHulk (talk) 22:30, 12 May 2020 (UTC)

Stormtrooper

Your edit notes have been giving me the giggles but I feel your pain too. ;O) Keith-264 (talk) 10:10, 2 June 2020 (UTC)

I insert these bits of humanity in my bot-like efforts so I can keep slogging forward. That someone actually noticed these is an extra bonus. Thanks. --A D Monroe III(talk) 21:34, 2 June 2020 (UTC)

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Daft revert

Did you read the source? The Campbell book literally has 399 BC in the title. Don't be the problem. Be the solution.--Tataryn (talk) 03:21, 24 June 2020 (UTC)

Solutions for content disputes go on article talk. Unhelpful editor accusations go on drama pages, if anywhere. --A D Monroe III(talk) 03:26, 24 June 2020 (UTC)

Page for your law

The shortcut to the pump was deleted, so I created a page for it and directed the shortcut there. See popflock.com Resource: Monroe's law. {{u|Sdkb}} talk 20:42, 25 June 2020 (UTC)

Timur

You are the only one who has a problem with it apparently. Why? There shouldnt be any issue. I explained it clearly and yet you still acted disruptively. LordAgincourt (talk) 21:52, 9 July 2020 (UTC)

LordAgincourt, welcome to Wikipedia, and please see WP:BRD. The issue we have here is a typical article content dispute, something entirely routine on Wikipedia. The article talk page exists for this purpose. Please discuss this there, so that other editors have a chance to contribute, making it possible to reach a consensus. User talk pages aren't good for that.
In starting such a content discussion, it's typically more constructive to discuss just the changes to the article, not the editors. If you're unsure how to start such a discussion, I can start it for you; just ask (that's the sort of thing user talk pages are good for).
And, BTW, please be careful not to toss around the word "disruptive" casually on Wikipedia; it's a very serious matter here. Disruptive editors get blocked (no longer allowed to edit). False accusations of disruptive behavior can also get an editor blocked. --A D Monroe III(talk) 22:19, 9 July 2020 (UTC)

Yes Like i said i dont see anyone else contacting me because they have a problem with my edit. You gave me no explanation or reason. Not allowing certain editors to contribute is not constructive. The words you used are telling. If you are not interested in Reaching agreements then the talk ends here. LordAgincourt (talk) 22:33, 9 July 2020 (UTC)

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RE:

I will gladly participate, but you were the first one to stop discussions considering the last post in said talk page had been done a week prior to me making the edit- it was YOU who had chosen to stop discussing the topic at hand.Valkyrie Red (talk) 02:08, 30 July 2020 (UTC)

It's good we agree that participating in the discussion is constructive. As to the "but..", all I can say is I have no ability to stop a discussion. Let's leave it at that, and focus on improving the article instead of editors. --A D Monroe III(talk) 02:34, 30 July 2020 (UTC)

a message

"we don't put links in headings" we didn't asked you if you "put", by the way there are lots of pages that have links in their headings -- Preceding unsigned comment added by 119.235.251.172 (talk) 23:47, 2 August 2020 (UTC)

Again, please read MOS:NOSECTIONLINKS. This is simply popflock.com resource policy. If a small percentage of articles don't yet follow this, we are required to fix them. If you know of any such pages, please bring them to my attention so this can be remedied. If you disagree with the policy, start a discussion to change it on the policy talk page. Edit summaries and user talk pages have zero effect on this. --A D Monroe III(talk) 00:33, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

Cretaceous-Paleogene Event avialans/birds

I understand what you are trying to say, but not all avialans are birds and the article even states that enantiornithes were non-avian dinosaurs that went extinct in the course of the Cretaceous-Paleogene Extinction Event. Therefore, it is inaccurate to refer to them as birds, regardless of if it seems to make more sense to some people. I did link to the Avialae page when I made the edit, so clicking on the link should clear any confusion up. -- Preceding unsigned comment added by 98.10.3.178 (talk) 21:50, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

This issue is of interest to those editing the article, not just me. If you want to open a discussion about this on the article talk page, I'll respond there, allowing other interested editors to reach some consensus. Also, see WP:BRD, where it's noted that reverting without a talk page discussion is frowned upon. --A D Monroe III(talk) 22:13, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

History of aviation

I removed the CN tag, because I added reference to the main article on fifth generation aircraft. That seemed like a more elegant solution than adding 5-7 separate references for each country that has, or claims to have these aircraft. StanTwoCents (talk) 13:55, 6 August 2020 (UTC)

StanTwoCents; I'll gladly give you my response here, but I should point out that if you don't find my response satisfactory, you might want to move this discussion to the article's talk page. Editor talk pages, like this one, are generally for discussing something with only that one editor. Article talk pages allow for any and all editors interested in improving that article discussing and reaching consensus.
My immediate response is, you did not add any actual reference; you just added a link to another popflock.com resource article. Per WP:CIRCULAR, we cannot use popflock.com resource itself as a reference for anything in Wikipedia. For the format of proper citations, see WP:CITE; this is what the {{}} tag is requesting. It may well be that the article you linked has proper citations that could be used (copied or something similar) to fulfill this request, but the edit in question didn't provide any such, yet deleted the tag. Deleting tags without addressing their concerns is a no-no; this is why I reverted this edit.
(Also, as a minor point, your edit also left a stray pair of brackets ("[["). Had this been the only problem, I'd have just corrected this, but it did undermine my confidence that the major problem -- deleting the tag -- might be easy to fix on my own.)
--A D Monroe III(talk) 21:41, 6 August 2020 (UTC)
Thanks for responding, and my apologies for the inconvenience I caused. Have a nice day. StanTwoCents (talk) 13:56, 7 August 2020 (UTC)
Apologies are certainly not necessary. I'm happy to talk to rising editors about how to best thrive in the WP society and its intimidating WP:ALPHABETSOUP of policies and guidelines. Learning the basics took me years; if I can shorten that time for other editors, that helps all of us. All inquiries on any subject are welcome. --A D Monroe III(talk) 14:32, 7 August 2020 (UTC)

Bashkirs

The Agreement of the Central Soviet Power with the Bashkir Government on the Soviet Autonomous Bashkiria of March 20, 1919, regularized the foundation of Bashkir Soviet Republic. According to the Decree of the All-Russian Central Executive Committee of June 14, 1922, Bashkortostan became the Autonomous Bashkir Socialist Soviet Republic. 37.122.108.117 (talk) 18:25, 8 August 2020 (UTC)

First, welcome to Wikipedia. Second, please read the text box at the top of this page, where it notes that using my talk page to tell me alone about a change to an article isn't likely to do you much good. Third, if all you say is true and these are two separate and distinct states, this needs to be resolved at the main article -- Bashkir Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic --before this can be reflected in other popflock.com resource articles. Thus, if you want this to change, you should first take this claim to that article's talk page where the interested editors there can learn from you and reach consensus for it. None of your comments here can affect this claim in any way.
Feel free to comment here on anything of interest only to me. --A D Monroe III(talk) 19:25, 8 August 2020 (UTC)

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My break was a little longer than expected, but I'm back. --A D Monroe III(talk) 21:05, 7 October 2020 (UTC)

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Skirmishers

There is nothing wrong with the source however, I'll rewrite my sentence again. It will now be; Mossi infantry had skirmishers which they used in combat. Please do not just delete someone's whole post, you can simply correct the grammatical errors. Kwesi Yema (talk) 14:12, 19 October 2020 (UTC)

I'm moving this discussion to Talk:Skirmisher#Mossi_skirmishers, as this is about an article change, so is best discussed where other editors of the article can participate. --A D Monroe III(talk) 03:28, 21 October 2020 (UTC)

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