User talk:Terinjokes/Archive 3
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Quote pages to be deleted 
I don't know any easy way to list all the quote pages you want deleted, if you can give me a page of wikilinks (i.e. [[pagename]]) then the latest version of AWB has a delete button. I can pull up a list from the page and delete all quickly. I just don't know how to track down all the pages you'd like deleted. --Brian McNeil / talk 22:09, 9 December 2006 (UTC)
- No, that did not sound mean. I'm addicted to Recent changes anyways. —FellowWikiNews (W) 22:28, 11 December 2006 (UTC)
Please do not submit my sub pages for deletion just because it is "really annoying". I am offended. Please do not click on my user page if it bothers you "Every freaking time". —FellowWikiNews (W) 22:42, 11 December 2006 (UTC)
- Please apologize properly for nominating my user space for deletion. —FellowWikiNews (W) 23:17, 11 December 2006 (UTC)
Hello, Terinjokes! I would like to let you know that I have indeed changed my vote from Oppose to Neutural, and changed my comment in your favor. Unfourtunantly, I cannot yet give you a full support. I apologize for this. I would also like to ask that you refrain from contacting me on my Gmail account, if you don't mind. If you need to contact me, please use the email function of Wikinews. Sorry about this inconvenience. Thunderhead(talk)(Check out my RFA test) 04:02, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
- Yes, Google Talk. I said 'Gmail' because Google Talk is integrated into Gmail. Sorry, again! Thunderhead(talk)(Check out my RFA test) 04:06, 12 December 2006 (UTC)
accredited reporter template 
removing the disclaimer from the Accredited reporter template on ur userpage is not a good idea, i think. it's in the template for a reason, and shld remain. — Doldrums(talk) 05:49, 20 December 2006 (UTC)
- looks fine to me. thanks for the (quick!) response and congrats on the adminship, happy mopping :) — Doldrums(talk) 05:40, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
Congrats, Terin! 
Congrajulations, and you've got the buttons now to show it () . Serve us well (and don't wreck the adminmobile)! I'll need it soon, I hope! Thunderhead - (talk) Congrajulations to Kat! 01:37, 21 December 2006 (UTC)
Merry Christmas! 
|Merry Christmas, Terinjokes/Archive 3! I have really enjoyed working with you this year, and I am honestly looking forward to another year just like it. Wikinews is a great community, and I am really excited to be a part of it. Again, Merry Christmas! Thunderhead|
|FellowWikiNews is whishing thou a Merry
realised they had
and therefore DEMANDS you have yourself a Merry Christmas... NOW!
Failure to comply will result in going to jail with Santa. (Note: Santa is Satan spelt backwards)!
Christmas Story (Children Friendly):
Often depicted as an obese man wearing a tasteless red, ermine trimmed suit, Santa Claus is a self-employed Caucasian male who's been married to the same woman for several centuries. It appears likely that he is a churchgoer, insofar as he is a Catholic saint and a former bishop. It has to be assumed here that Claus was released from his vows, or else he would not have been married.
Frequent arguments have erupted over the political affiliation of Claus. Ten years ago, Dick Cheney inadvertently dealt a savage blow to the morale of the Republican Party when he misidentified the political affiliation of Santa Claus in his best-selling book, Parliament of Whores. "Santa Claus," he said, "is a Democrat." However it is perfectly obvious from his demographic profile alone that Santa is in fact a Republican.
This assessment is often rebutted by Democrats with Anne-McCaffery counter-analysis: Santa Claus has no children. High-achieving professionals without children trend Democratic. While the Clausian canon does not specifically address the issue of Santa's children, numerous extra-canonical sources suggest that Claus did, in fact, reproduce. Numerous Christmas TV movie specials alone support this point.
Santa is renowned for an aggressive adherence to a binary naughty/nice list, which suggests an impatience for nuanced moral positions that betrays his Republican preferences. Santa's mere willingness to define individuals along a naughty/nice axis demonstrates his indifference to the philosophical stance of, say, The New York Times. And note that no canonical or extra-canonical Clausian text indicates that Santa ever attended college or, God forbid, graduate school.
FellowWikiNews approves of this story.