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Hi, I'm KuyaBriBri and I'm just sort of around Wikipedia. I used to be a pretty active editor and am ranked somewhere above 2,300 in the List of Wikipedians by number of edits. Then some things happened in real life and I semi-retired for some years, but then I decided to come back, though not as actively as I did before.
See User:Kuyabribri/Policies for my personal policies on hoaxes, proposed deletion, vandalism warnings, and advertising.
I don't like calling something "non-notable". Everything on Wikipedia is notable to someone, otherwise no one would have taken the time to write something on it. But not everything deserves an article. The notability guidelines exist because Wikipedia is not about everything.
I throw WP:AGF and WP:BITE out the window for anyone who creates an attack page. The same goes for any user who supports an attack page.
I detest when an article opens by claiming a company's principal product is "solution(s)" or that a specific product is a "solution" unless the word "solution(s)" is part of a proper name or used in the chemistry context.
If you need to use an article's text or an edit summary to specify that...
an article subject is notable or how/why it is notable, I'm likely to believe that it doesn't meet Wikipedia's notability criteria.
MUCH appreciate your help in helping me get auto correct and also in your help with my WV pages!!! Coal town guy (talk) 14:48, 30 April 2012 (UTC)
The Original Barnstar
Thank you so much for your work on improving The Double (Seattle Mariners). I didn't know the article existed until I saw a link at your page. It brought tears to my eyes to read it and hear that recording of Dave Neihaus. Tom Hulse (talk) 00:21, 19 October 2012 (UTC)