Pepper spray vs. physical force

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I completely and totally disagree with your assessment. The suspension was not newsworthy at any time, however, the pepper-spraying of the students was and still is, with major reports in the process of being released in a matter of days to weeks - all of which highlight the incident, not the suspension of the police. The attempt to highlight a non-notable element of a news story in order to downplay the incident was either an act of incomprehensible incompetence, or a transparent attempt to dismiss it, and that is exactly what I objected to in the beginning of this thread, as the editor in question purposefully altered the relevant story to a non-notable one by changing the title. It was ridiculous then and it remains ridiculous now.

10:54, 29 January 2012

Gee. What a proctologist!

Let's see you write a news article then, instead of throwing peanuts from the cheap seats.

15:14, 29 January 2012

Shouldn't you be on Facebook updating your friends list? It doesn't look like you're writing any news articles on this dead site. Viriditas (talk) 01:29, 31 January 2012 (UTC)

01:29, 31 January 2012

Lemmie see,…

I wrote this a few days ago.

Doubt you could do anywhere near as well — except as a troll, which you're excelling at so far.

11:06, 1 February 2012

Now I know why that article is on top of the front page. This isn't Wikinews, this is Brian McNeil's ego-news. Thank you for explaining everything, it all makes sense now. No wonder there isn't anyone writing here. It's you and the tumbleweeds, Brian.

11:28, 1 February 2012

Luckily this is the comments namespace, you can troll all you like.

Hint: I'm not responsible for any of the other lead articles, so your implication holds less water than a colander.

12:05, 1 February 2012